Growing Your Vocabulary — Book B, Chapter 5
Terms in this set (16)
a root that means "one" or "single"
to join together
two or more things joined together for a purpose
the act of doing things at the same time
a suffix that means "the state, quality, or condition of"
a school where people earn degrees in many different subject areas
a root that means "two"
music performed by two people playing or singing together
to make another thing just like the original
twice as much
having two parts or traits
the act of intending to do the opposite of what you say
a root that means "three"
a muscle in your arm that has three parts
a collection of three works of art that are related to each other
1. a group or set of three people
2. three people who sing or play music together