54 terms

Weeks 1-9 Combo Set for Cumulative Quiz 17-18

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Irreparable
Cannot be repaired, unfixable
Irrelevant
Having no connection to the subject or issue, unrelated
Irrevocable
Can not be taken back, reversed, or changed, permanent
Irreproachable
Cannot be blamed in any way, flawless, perfect
IR
Not
Innocuous
Harmless, not likely to offend.
Inadequate
Insufficient, not having enough
Inconceivable
Unimaginable, unthinkable, hard to believe
Insatiable
Unable to be satisfied
In
Not
Im
Not
Impartial
Not favoring one side more than another, but treating all equally without a bias.
Impediment
An obstacle, barrier, restriction that interferes with movement or progress.

Something that stands in one's way.
Imprecise
Not exact or accurate, not detailed.
Immutable
Unchanging over time, fixed, permanent.
improbable
Unlikely to happen or be true
IL-
Not
Illegible
Not clear enough to be read.
Illicit
Not allowed by laws, rules, or customs.
illogical
Lacking sense or clear reasoning.
Illegitimate
Unlawful, illegal, not allowed
Illusion
A false idea or perception
Antithesis
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone of something else.
Antisocial
Not social, not wanting the company of others.
Antipathy
A strong feeling of hate and dislike.
Antibody
A substance produced by the body to fight a disease.
Antidote
1. Noun: A medicine given to counteract a poison or disease
2. Verb: To counteract or cancel
Anti
Against
Reiterate
To say again for emphasis
Recant
To draw back, withdraw a statement about something
Rejuvenate
To make young, new, or fresh again with energy.
Revert
To return to a former state or belief.
Recede
To move away, go back to a distant place.
Re
Prefix with the meaning: Again
Emphatic
Causing, showing, giving emphasis and strong emotion.
Embellish
To cause to be fancier by decorating with more details.
Empower
To cause someone to have authority and power .
Embody
To give or cause to have bodily form, or make part of a system, to represent.
Embark
To go on a journey.
EM
within, in, to cause
Enlighten
To cause knowledge or understanding.
Enable
To cause to have power, ability, or authority.
Endeavor (verb)
To cause to make an effort to try
Endeavor (noun )
an attempt at a duty or task.
Encapsulate
To place into something small
Endanger
To place in danger, expose to danger, cause to be in danger.
EN-
within, in, to cause
Prefix
A grammar affix placed before a base word or another prefix to modify a words meaning.
Pre-
Before
Precedent
An act or occurrence that happens before and acts as a reason or justification for something that follows.
Preclude
To prevent the existence or presence of something
Predecessor
Something that came before someone or something else.
Premonition
A feeling or anticipation or anxiety about a future event, a forewarning about the future.
Prerequisite
Something that is required in advance
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