24 terms

English 2 Latin Roots for Mr. Pogreba: Week 14

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fractals
A geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is a reduced-size copy of the whole.
fracture
a break in a part of the body
infraction
a breaking of a law or obligation
refract
bend from a straight path
suffrage
the right to vote in political elections
frail
weak
conflate
combine into one
congenial
agreeable
connote
to suggest; to imply
convocation
a group united for a particular purpose
conjugal
relating to marriage
contingent
dependent on something else
conclave
private secret meeting
concomitant
naturally accompanying or associated
contumacious
disobedient; rebellious
conjecture
guess
contemporary
belonging to the present time
tempestuous
turbulent, stormy
extemporaneous
made or delivered on the spur of the moment
tempo
speed of music
temporary
not permanent
temporize
to act evasively in order to gain time
contemporaneous
happening at or around the same time
contretemps
an embarrassing occurrence
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