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11 terms

Root Word: "ord"

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coordinate
to work together; to place in the same order, rank, or class
disorder
confusion; disarray; lack of regular order or arrangement
inordinate
not regulated; disorderly; exceeding reasonable limits
insubordinate
not submissive to authority; does not follow orders
ordain
to authorize; to decree or enact; to order by virtue of superior authority, often in religious sectors
orderly
adheres to a system; neat; systematically arranged
ordinal
being of a specified position or order in a numbered series
ordinance
an authoritative command or order
subordinate
belonging to a lower rank or class; subject to the authority or control of another person; has to follow orders
uncoordinated
lacking planning, method, or organization
"ord"
order