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34 terms

World Literature Units 1-3 game cards

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fract
break
infraction
minor violation of a rule or law
infringe
to intrude on an area belonging to another, to tresspass
incisive
direct and powerful
concise
brief and to the point
epitome
best/most typical example
dichotomy
divided into two opposite parts
anatomy
the structure or parts of a plant or animal
pungent
strong taste or smell
cis
cut, kill
tom
to cut
punct
to sting, pierce
vinc/vict
to conquer
invincible
unable to be conquered
provincial
limited knowledge of the world, narrow minded
duc/duct
to lead
conducive
supportive, encouraging, helping to bring about
deduce
to draw a conclusion from fact, to infer
tract
to drag
protracted
extended in time
retract
to withdraw
peto
to rush, to assail
impetuous
acting passionately and without forethought, rash, impulsive
impetus
that which drives one; momentum
delete
to erase
impartial
fair
integrity
honesty
legitimate
considered proper
lenient
easygoing
menace
a danger
morale
spirit
naive
lacking experience
overt
obvious
undermine
weaken