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44 terms

Latin Roots I - IV

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strong
virile
agree
advocate
invisible
perceptible
approve
commend
informal
colloquial
unsafe
malicious
incapable of being changed or called back
irrevocable
unfairness
inequity
lack of energy
languorous
a command; a rule of conduct
precept
useful
expedient
cheerful
sanguine
deadly, extremely harmful, evil; spiteful, malicious
malignant
beginning
inception
perfectly clear; leaving no room for doubt or misunderstanding
unequivocal
easily affected
susceptible
beginning; in an early stage
incipient
consuming everything
omnivorous
to win someone over to one's side
seduced
to talk to oneself
soliloquize
surrender
capitulation
blessing
benediction
slaughter
carnage
meat-eating
carnivorous
sincere
cordial
pertaining to the body; bodily
corporeal
not pleasing to the eye; not harmonious
dissonant
flexible
ductile
to speed up; to carry out promptly
expedite
a notch
indentation
weakness
languor
talkative
loquacious
speaking in a boastful manner
magniloquent
curse
malediction
spiteful
malicious
degrade; discredit
malign
scarcity; lack of
paucity
rule
precept
to hasten
precipitate
saying
proverb
echoing; continuing to sound
resonant
to lead away from good to evil
seduce
to hasten
soliloquy
echoing; continuing to sound
veracious