24 terms

English 2 Latin Roots for Mr. Pogreba: Week 7

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interloper
a person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted
intersperse
scatter among or between other things; place here and there
interject
say (something) abruptly; especially as an aside or interruption
intercede
intervene on behalf of another
interim
in for a brief or temporary period of time
interdict
to intercept and/or prevent something
interpose
place or insert between one thing and another.
internecine
relating to conflict within a group or organization
irrefutable
impossible to deny or disprove
reprehensible
deserving condemnation
requisite
a thing that is necessary for the achievement of a specified end
rejuvenate
to restore to youth
recant
to reject a belief or statement previously made
remonstrate
to say or plead in protest or disapproval
repute
the state of being highly thought of; fame
refrain
to stop oneself from doing something
vacancy
an unoccupied position or job.
vacation
an extended period away from work
evacuate
remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safe place
vacuum
a space entirely devoid of matter
vacuous
having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence; mindless
vacantly
showing no mental activity
vacate
to leave a place that was previously occupied
vacuole
a small cavity or space in tissue
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