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Terms in this set (16)
PED
Latin meaning foot
impediment
noun; something that gets in the way; obstacle
expedient
adjective; practical; prudent
pedestrain
adjective; lacking excitement; ordinary and dull
PED
Greek meaning child
pedant
noun; one possessing abundant knowledge or minor, often uninteresting things
pedagogue
noun; a teacher, especially one who is dull and narrow-minded
VEST
Latin meaning clothing
travesty
noun; a bad imitation of ; a perversion of
vested
adjective; significant to one's own profit or well-being
vestment
Noun; clothing worn to symbolize religious or political authority
divest
verb; to strip or remove a title or position of authority
CORPOR / CORPU
Latin meaning body
corporeal
adjective; having to do with the body
corpulent
adjective; extremely fat; obese