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APENG Vocabulary 24

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Jure
swear
Abjure
to renounce solemnly(a claim, right or belief), to renounce under oath
An
Not, without
ec
Out
dot
Give
anecdote
a short account of an interesting or humorous incident, an account regarded as unreliable or hearsay
a ab
apart, away
Vers
turn
averse
having a strong dislike of or opposition to something not people
circum
Around
spect
look or see
circumspect
Paying close attention to circumstances or consequences
con
Together or with
tig
Touch
Contiguous
sharing a common border, immediately preceding or following
Defunct
No longer functioning or existing
de
down, from
fungi
perform
dispassionate
Not influenced by strong emotion, free from passion, prejudice, or personal interest
dis
apart, away
passus
suffer
ate
that which
engender
To cause to exist, to give rise to, to bring about
en
inside, within
gen
start, begin
facilitate
To make easier or easy
facil
easy
imperturbable
Unable to be upset or excited
im
not
per
thoroughly
able
capable of
turb
agitate
Infidel
A person who doesn't believe in religion or who adheres to a religion other than one's own
fid
faith, belief
invective
Insulting, abusive, or highly critical language
in
in, into OR not
vect
carry
Megalopolis
A very large, heavily populated city or urban complex
megal
large, great
polis
city
Nonentity
A person or thing with no special or interesting qualities, an unimportant person or thing, nonexistance
non
not
esse
to be
ity
state, condition
Pernicious
Having a harmful effect, usually in a gradual or subtle way
nic
death
ious ous
full of
lud
play
Prostrate
adj. Lying facedown, especially to show respect
Pro
before, forth
sternere
lie flat
renegade
One who abandons his or her religion/group, one who gives up conventional or lawful behavior
re
back, again
negare
to deny
sequester
To isolate or hide something or someone, to isolate a jury from outside influences, to take temporary possesion of property as security against legal claims
se
apart, away
quest
seek
temporize
To act evasively to gain time, avoid argument, or postpone a decision or commitment, to yield to current conditions, to comply temporarily
tempor
time
ize
make, do, cause