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15 terms

Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C Lesson 8

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concoct
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.

2. To invent or devise.
cuisine
n. A characteristic style of cooking.
precocious
adj. Showing unusually early devolpment, especially mentally.
carnivorous
adj. Meat-eating.
herbivorous
adj. Plant-eating
voracious
adj. 1. Extremely hungry; greedy.

2. Eager for some activy or interest
mellifluous
adj. Sweet as honey (referring to a voice or words).
saline
adj. Having to do with salt
imbibe
tr. v. To drink.
potable
adj. Fit to drink
potion
n. A liquid fro drinking, especially a medicinal, magic, or poisonous drink.
allude
intr. v. To make an indirect reference to.
collusion
n. A secret agreement for a deceitful purpose; conspiracy.
delusion
n. 1. A false belief or opinion, especially one held in spite of contradictory evidence.
elude
tr. v. 1. To avoid or escape from cunning; to evade.

2. To escape detection; to baffle.