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WW10-Quarter 2

Warrior Words 10, Quarter 2
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"il, ir"
prefix; means "not"
illegible
not able to read
illicit
not allowed; not lawful
illiterate
having little education; cannot read or write
illogical
not having sense
irrelevant
has nothing to do with the case; unrelated
irreparable
cannot be repaired
irreproachable
cannot be blamed in any way
irreverent
showing a lack of respect about holy matters
irrevocable
cannot be recalled
"-al"
suffix; relating to
"-ite"
suffix; native of, quality of, mineral product
aural
relating to the ear; heard
cerebral
relating to the brain
expedite
to hasten; to quicken
infernal
relating to hell
reprisal
related to the paying back of evil for evil
stalactite
a rock formation which hangs like an icicle from the ceiling of a cave; product of dripping
stalagmite
a rock formation which rises from the floor of a cave
suburbanite
one who lives in a suburb
coniferous
bearing cones, as in a pine tree
deference
respect for, courtesy
"di-"
prefix; means two, double, separate
dichotomy
a separation into two parts
diphthong
a sound made by joining two vowels, as OU in house.
divulsion
a tearing apart
"fer"
root word; means bring, bear, yield
odoriferous
bearing an odor, usually pleasant
preference
bring forward, as in the first choice
proffer
to bring forward; to offer
"-en"
suffix; made of, make
"in-, im-"
prefix; in, into
brazen
made by melting; unrestrained by convention or propriety
hasten
make haste; put on speed
imbibe
to drink in, to take into the mind
imbue
to inspire
impinge
to dash, strike; to come into close contact with something
implosion
a bursting inward
influx
an inward flow
ingress
act of entering, coming in (noun)
"-ic"
suffix; means "nature of, like"
"nasc, nat"
root word; meaning "to be born; to spring forth"
caustic
characterized by burning, sharpness
emphatic
characterized by strong expression
endemic
native to a particular people or country
innate
inborn; inherent in
naivete
lack of sophistication or worldliness
nativity
coming into the world; process of being born
renascence
the revival of learning and culture
renascent
reborn, showing new life (adjective)