22 terms

Lesson 3: All or Nothing

STUDY
PLAY
PAN
ALL
OMNI, OMNIS
ALL
TOTUS
WHOLE
HOLOS
WHOLE
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE
TO CLOSE
CLAUSI, CLAUSUM
TO CLOSE
RECLUSE
someone who avoids company of others
RECLUSIVE
describing someone who avoids other people
PRECLUDE
to make impossible, to prevent from happening
CLOISTER (n)
1. covered walkway along inside of building, 2. a monastery or similar place of religious seclusion
CLOISTER (v)
to hide away, to seclude as in a monastery
TOTALITARIAN
referring to a government in which one party or one person holds absolute control
HOLOCAUST
1. great destruction (fire) 2. great destruction of 6 million Jews by Nazi Germans in WWII
CATHOLIC
1. universal, including most things 2. Roman Catholic church
OMNIVOROUS
1. feeding on both plants and meat 2. devouring everything, especially intellectually
OMNIVORE
one who eats plants AND meat
OMNIPRESENT
present everywhere
OMNIPRESENCE
state of being present everywhere
OMNIPOTENT
all-powerful, having unlimited power
OMNIPOTENCE
the state of being all-powerful
PANACEA
a cure-all
PANDEMONIUM
uproar, chaos

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