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tract root words
Latin root tract mstalkowski
Terms in this set (22)
root - tract
to drag or pull
a vehicle designed to drag or pull something else often used on farms
to be pulled toward something because you like what it is or what it looks like
a word describing something one feels pulled toward because one likes it or what it looks like
something one is pulled toward because one likes it
to pull back like an inaccurate newspaper story
something that pulls one attention toward it
to pull one's attention away
to pull or take something out
something pulled or taken out
an agreement that pulls people together because they agree on the terms
to pull together or to "catch" a disease or illness like a cold or the flu
a person who reaches an agreement with someone to perform certain responsibilities or duties
to have grip or the ability to move or drag something
two small words pulled together to form one word by omitting a letter or letters and substituting an apostrophe for the missing letters
to diminish or decrease in value or opinion because of a flaw, mannerism, or characteristic
not able to be easily managed or led like someone who is stubborn
able to be easily managed or led
to drag something out for a longer time
a tool often used in math to measure angles
a path that things are pulled down like the gastro-intestinal tract or a segment of land
doesn't represent something in it's actual form like an abstract painting; or an idea that is not easily described like freedom
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