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audible
Latin - adj.

Able to be heard
coherence
Latin - noun

The quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
digress
Latin - verb

To stay from the main subject when writing or speaking
eloquent
Latin - adj

Persuasive and powerful in speaking or writing
garble
verb

To mix or confuse sa as make unclear
impromptu
adj

Without preperation or rehearsal
orator
Latin - noun

A skilled public speaker
proclaim
Latin - verb

a. To announce publicly and officialy

b. To make clear or plain
reiterate
Latin - verb

To say or to do again or repeatedly
terse
adj

Brief and to the point
applicable
adj

Appropriate or relevant to a situation
expedient
adj - Convenient an dself-serving rather than morally correct

noun - A convenience; something used to achieve a result
extraneous
Latin - adj

Not essential or relevant; unrelated
functional
adj

a. Able to operate; in working order

b. Intended to be useful
futile
adj

Not successful; without effect or result
obsolete
Latin - adj

No longer in use or fashion
opportune
adj

Well timed; occuring at an appropriate or fitting time
pragmatic
Latin - adj

Practical; concerned with realities and actual needs
relevant
adj

Related or connected to; important in a given context
utilitarian
Latin - adj

designed to be useful rather than beautiful or pleasing
alliance
Latin - noun

A close association or relationship based on shared needs or intrests
collaborate
Latin - verb

a. to work together on an intellectual or creative project
colleague
Latin - noun

A member of the same staff or profession; an associate
conspire
Latin - verb

To plan together secretly
federation
Latin - noun

A formal association containing many individual groups or countries
harmonious
adj

Peaceful, pleasing, or appropriate when together or combined
interact
Latin - verb

To act on or affect each other
populace
Latin - noun

The general public; the population
unanimous
Latin - adj

In complete agreement; sharing the same opinion or veiw
uniform
Latin - adj

Always the same; not varying
unus
one
forma
shape
spirare
to breathe
clamare
to cry out
populus
the people
re
again
uti
to use
inter
between
pro
forward
co
together
with
exter
outside
e
speak
dis
to go
audire
to hear
pragmaticus
skilled in business