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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book Four Lesson 1

Word Etymology: Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes Antonyms
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Camaraderie
Antonym: Enmity; hostility
Frangible
Antonym: Sturdy; strong
Litany
Antonym: ...
Moratorium
Antonym: Rush; continuation
Zealous
Antonym: Uninterested; indifferent
Desiccate
Antonym: Moisten; dampen
Wrenching
Antonym: Pleasant; comforting
Replete
Antonym: Full; abundant
interminable
Antonym: fleeting; limited
Arable
Antonym: Barren; infertile
Lugubrious
Antonym: Joyful
Truncate
Antonym: Lengthen; increase
Ubiquitous
Antonym: Nonexistent
Vernacular
Antonym: ...
Equanimity
Antonym: Anxiety; agitation
ortho-
"straight" or "correct"
hetero-
"different"
homo-
"same"
-dogm-, -dox-
"belief
-gen-
"type"
-logy
"word"