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146 terms

Combo with FRA 6th grade roots spring exam

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antisocial
1. Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. 2. Harmful or hostile to the society of other people.
association
1. A club, society, or organization of people with similar interests. 2. Connection, friendships.
dissociate
To break the ties between, separate from, or stop associating with.
society
1. People, human beings living and working as a group or a community. 2. A club, association, or organization of people with similar interests.
sociologist
A scientist who works in the area of sociology, which examines the relationships, values, and institutions of communities of people.
mem
remember
commemorate
To honor the memory of.
memento
An object that reminds one of a special time or place.
memorandum
A written or typed note to help one remember something.
memorial
A monument or statue built in memory of a person or an event.
remembrance
An object that keeps a memory of something alive.
SCRIB
To write
postscript
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS).
prescription
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor.
scribe
Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by hand; a writer.
script
1. The text of a play, movie, or broadcast. 2. Handwriting.
subscription
An order for, or pledge to pay for; regular copies of a publication, a group of plays or concerts, and so on.
GRAPH
To Write; To Record
autobiography
A life story written by the person who lived it.
autograph
1. To sign one's name. 2. A signature.
biography
An account of someone's life, written by another person.
geography
The study of the features of the different places on earth.
paragraph
A section of a piece of writing, dealing with one topic.
decrease
to make less to become smaller
dejected
downhearted, in low spirits, unhappy
demote
to lower in rand or position, to move down or back
denominator
the numeral below the line or to the right of the line in a fraction
descend
to come down to go from a higher to a lower place
subdue
to bring under control to quiet down to conquer
subheading
the title or heading for one section of an outline or paper
submerge
to move or be pushed under water
subside
to go down recede settle or sink to a lower level
subsistence
the minimum amount to sustain life
de-
from Latin meaning "down"
sub-
"under" or "below"
auto
self
soci
groups of people
bio
life
pro
forward
logy/logist
science/scientist
cosmopolitan
Representitive of many countries; at home anywhere, not bound by local or national limitations
metropolitan
Having to do with a city and its surronding communites.
policy
A plan for action, a governing principle
politician
A person who is running for, or serving in, political office.
gene
A unit of cells of living things that determines which traits are inherited
generation
The average time from birth of parents to the birth of their child; the act of producing
generosity
The act of giving to others, willingness to contribute
international
Between, among, or relating to two or more countries
nationality
The condition of belonging to a particular nation
naturalize
To become a citizen of one country after being born in a aonther country
inspire
To motivate, guide, or influence; to give hope and courage
perspire
To cool the body by emitting water through the pores; to sweat
respiration
The act of breathing
spirited
Having inner drive, lively, excited
photogenic
Looking attractive when photographed
photosynthesis
The formation of food in plants by means of sunlight
telephoto
A type of camera lens that makes it possible to take a close-up picture of a distant object
flamingo
A bird with a long neck, long legs, and pink or red feathers
flammable
Easily set on fire, able to burn
inflammation
A condition of soreness, swelling, irritation
horrible
Awful, able to cause horror
identifiable
Able to be recognized, capable of being identified
illegible
Not able to be read
predictable
Able to be fortold, capable to be predicted
colonize
to make settlements in a new place; to form colonies
generalize
to draw a broad conclusion from particular facts
socialize
to participate in a group, talking to many people at an event
trivialize
to make seem unimportant, to present as trivial
visualize
to make a picture in the mind, to imagine
vocalize
to produce the sound of the voice, as in babbling, talking, singing
civics
the study of a citizen's rights and duties in a society
coordinate
to bring together to work smoothly
uncivilized
without an organized or developed society, wild
extraordinary
more than the ordinary, beyond what is expected, remarkable
ordinarily
usually; generally, in the regular way
civility
courteous behavior
perimeter
the distance around a figure
geometry
the area of mathematics that deals with lines, angles, and figures and their measurements
symmetrical
similar in shape and size on opposite sides of a dividing line
metronome
a device that marks the beat for musicians
meter
measurement
construction
the act of putting something together in an organized way; building
destructive
tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put an end to
retract
to take back or withdraw
structure
the arrangement of the parts of a whole
protractor
a semicircular device for drawing and measuring angles
reconstruct
to build again, to make over
extract
to pull out or remove by force
traction
the power to grip or hold to a surface
uncivilized
acting without courtesy or consideration
retract
to draw back or in
structure
something built, constructed, organized
extract
to draw out by processing
extract
a concentrated for of a substance
traction
a pulling on pat of the body to help in healing
sol/solv
loosen
man
hand
vers/vert
turn
contra
against
mis/mit
send
port
carry
di - /dis -
appart
ped
foot
nat
nation
gen
family
poli
government
spir
breath
photo
light
flam
fire
-ize
verb suffix
-ible / -able
adj suffix
antisocial
1. Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. 2. Harmful or hostile to the society of other people.
association
1. A club, society, or organization of people with similar interests. 2. Connection, friendships.
dissociate
To break the ties between, separate from, or stop associating with.
society
1. People, human beings living and working as a group or a community. 2. A club, association, or organization of people with similar interests.
sociologist
A scientist who works in the area of sociology, which examines the relationships, values, and institutions of communities of people.
MEM <L.
Memory
commemorate
To honor the memory of.
memento
An object that reminds one of a special time or place.
memorandum
A written or typed note to help one remember something.
memorial
A monument or statue built in memory of a person or an event.
remembrance
An object that keeps a memory of something alive.
SCRIB
To write
postscript
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS).
prescription
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor.
scribe
Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by hand; a writer.
script
1. The text of a play, movie, or broadcast. 2. Handwriting.
subscription
An order for, or pledge to pay for; regular copies of a publication, a group of plays or concerts, and so on.
GRAPH
To Write; To Record
autobiography
A life story written by the person who lived it.
autograph
1. To sign one's name. 2. A signature.
biography
An account of someone's life, written by another person.
geography
The study of the features of the different places on earth.
paragraph
A section of a piece of writing, dealing with one topic.
decrease
to make less to become smaller
dejected
downhearted, in low spirits, unhappy
demote
to lower in rand or position, to move down or back
denominator
the numeral below the line or to the right of the line in a fraction
descend
to come down to go from a higher to a lower place
subdue
to bring under control to quiet down to conquer
subheading
the title or heading for one section of an outline or paper
submerge
to move or be pushed under water
subside
to go down recede settle or sink to a lower level
subsistence
the minimum amount to sustain life
de-
from Latin meaning "down"
sub-
from Latin meaning "under" or "below"