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Roots 2: Unit 16
Terms in this set (13)
vers / vert
(adj) fat and round
(adj) turning around a central point like a wheel
(v) to get something, such as money, from a person by the use of force or threats
to change the natural, normal, or original shape, appearance, or sound of something in a way that is usually not attractive or pleasing; to change something so that it is no longer true or accurate
(adj) having many twists and turns; deceitfully roundabout; tricky;complicated, long, and confusing
(n) a quick and often angry or sarcastic reply; a severe, incisive, or witty reply, especially one that counters the first speaker's statement or argument
(v) to reply to another remark, usually in a sharp or retaliatory way.
(n) an enemy, opponent
(adj) relating to or causing much discussion, disagreement, or argument
(n) a quiet person who does not find it easy to speak with other people
(n) a difficult situation or condition; misfortune or tragedy
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