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List 9

BENE- or BEN- mean WELL. MAL- means BADLY. SUPER-: The SUPERhero of prefixes. MIS-: The Anglo-Saxon way to say WRONGLY or BAD.
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benefit
anything that promotes or enhances well-being.
benevolent
kindly, full of good will.
benefactor
one who does good by giving financial or other aid.
benediction
the asking of a blessing, especially the short blessing which concludes a worship service.
benign
kind, gentle; harmless.
malign
to speak badly of, to slander, to defame.
malicious
filled with malice or ill will.
malevolent
wishing harm to others.
malediction
a curse or pronouncement of evil.
malignant
deadly; very harmful.
malingerer
someone who procrastinates or avoids work.
supercilious
proud, disdainful.
superficial
lacking depth; shallow.
supersede
to replace or take the place of.
misnomer
a name unsuitably applied to a person or object.
misconception
a wrong understanding or interpretation of an idea, person or event.
miscreant
(n) evildoer; scoundrel. (adj) villainous.