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lesson 15 vocab-Thomas

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expident-adj
appropriate to a purpose or useful in achieving a goal
expident-noun
a means to an end
expedite-verb
to help or hurry the progress of something
expedite-verb
of business, to perform business quickly
impede-verb
to hinder, to block the way of
pedigree-noun
a line or list of ancestors especially of a distinguished kind
pedigree-noun
a recorded line of descent showing pure breeding of animals
pedometer-noun
a device that calculates the distrance traveled by counting the number of steps taken
antipodes-noun
any two places on the opposite sides of the earth
antipodes-noun
somehting that is the exact opposite of or contrary to something else
podiatry-noun
the study and treatment of foor ailments
podium-noun
an elevated platform fir an orchestra conductor
aggression-noun
the act of launching attacks, hostile action or behavior
degradation-noun
reduction in rank or status especially of office or dignity
digress-verb
the stray away from the main topic in writing or speaking
gradation-noun
a systematic progression through a series of stages
gradient-noun
an incline or sloope, the rate of incline
regress-verb
to go back, to return to a former or less developed condition