35 terms

Vocab 12B

STUDY
PLAY
PLEN
(base) full
PRESS
(base) to press
SCRIB, SCRIPT
(base) to write
SOLV, SOLUT
(base) to loosen, free
SON
(base) sound
VOR
(base) to devour
Plentiful
existing in great quantities; abundant
Replenish
to add to or fill up again
Plenty
a large or sufficient amount; more than enough
Compress
flatten by pressure; squeeze; press
Pressure
the continuous force exerted on or against an object by something; the use of persuasion to make someone do something
Repress
to hold back, to put down or subdue by force
Oppress
keep (someone) in subservience and hardship, especially by the unjust exercise of authority.
Suppress
forcibly put an end to
Inscribe
to write, carve, or engrave words on a surface
Scribe
a person who writes documents
Scripture
Sacred writing; Biblical text
Scribble
Hasty, careless, illegible writing
Manuscript
writing, written by hand
Describe
to give an account of; represent with words
Absolve
to set free; to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
Solution
A substance dissolved in another substance; answer to a problem
Resolve
settle or find a solution to (a problem or dispute)
Solvent
The substance that dissolves another
Sonic
Pertaining to sound waves or audible sounds
Resonate
to produce or be filled with a deep, full reverberating sound
Sonar
A system using sound to detect objects
Unison
in one voice; harmony
Sonata
an instrumental musical composition
Vortex
whirlpool; mass of whirling fluid
Voracious
consuming or eager to consume great amounts of food; ravenous; rapacious; greedily hungry
Frugivorous
feeding on fruit
Omnivorous
accustomed to eating both animal and vegetable food items
Carnivorous
Meat-eating
Herbivorous
Plant-eating