11 terms

Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Lesson 13, synonyms

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accelerate
brisk up, quicken, speed up
celerity
prompt, immediate, rapid, fleet, fast, spry
concur
arrange, agree, cooperate, settle, conclude, resolve, coincide
discourse
discuss, speak, interview, converse, talk, address
incur
obtain, receive, get, acquire
precursor
forerunner, harbinger, predecessor, herald
succor
aid, help, assistance, solace, comfort, relief, mercy
conglomeration
grop, collection, clutter, sum, aggregate, congeries
abject
humiliating, miserable, contemptible, unfortunate, submissive
conjecture
guess, hypothesis, theory, possibility, speculation
interjection
exclamation