Greek and Latin Roots - Weeks 3 and 4

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circumspect
being cautious; carefully looking at all possibilities before acting
inspect
to look carefully in search of flaws
introspection
looking into one's own thoughts and feelings
perspective
one way of looking at things
respect
to show honor; to look up to someone
retrospective
looking back at things
spectacle
something displayed for the public to see
spectacles
glasses to help someone see better
spectator
a person who watches something, such as a soccer game
speculate
to look at something from different points of view
contradict
to speak against; to say the opposite
dictation
what is written down as someone says it
dictator
a leader who speaks and rules with total power
diction
the way something is written or spoken
dictionary
a book in which spoken or written words are defined
dictum
a judge's ruling or statement
edict
public statement that explains a law or command
indictment ("in-DIE-t-ment")
a jury's statement charging someone with a crime
predict
to say what will happen before it occurs
verdict
the decision said by a jury (guilty or not guilty)