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Classical Roots Book B Lessons 9&10 with Challenge Words
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
to say over again
a quick witty reply
a collection of works that an artist or company can perform
refute
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
44 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lessons 9&10 with Challenge Words
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
to say over again
a quick witty reply
a collection of works that an artist or company can perform
refute
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
35 terms
Challenge Words Classical Roots Book B - Lesson 4~Lesson 6
extragalactic
extrajudicial
extraterritorial
medial
adj. Situated, occurring, or originating outside the Milky Wa…
adj. (Of a sentence) not legally authorized:
adj. (Of a law or decree) valid outside a country's territory:
adj. Situated in the middle, in particular:
extragalactic
adj. Situated, occurring, or originating outside the Milky Wa…
extrajudicial
adj. (Of a sentence) not legally authorized:
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Challenge Words Classical Roots Book B - Lesson 7~8
abdicate
abduct
ablution
abstract
v. (Of a monarch) renounce one's throne:
v. Take (someone) away illegally by force or deception; kidna…
n. The act of washing oneself (often used for humorously form…
adj. Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physi…
abdicate
v. (Of a monarch) renounce one's throne:
abduct
v. Take (someone) away illegally by force or deception; kidna…
20 terms
Classical Roots book B Lesson 3&4 (without challenge words)
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
exorbitant
a passage selected from a book, play, or piece of music
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
To free from blame
excessive
excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, or piece of music
exhilarate
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
53 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lessons 1 & 2 (challenge included)
contend
defer
dilatory
elation
maintain or assert
hold back to a later time
delaying
a feeling of joy and pride
contend
maintain or assert
defer
hold back to a later time
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Challenge Words Classical Roots Book B - Lesson 1~3
imperturbable
perambulate
perigee
perpetuity
adj. Unable to be upset or excited; calm:
v. Walk or travel through or round a place:
n. The point in the orbit of the moon or a satellite at which…
n. [MASS NOUN] The state or quality of lasting forever:... A bon…
imperturbable
adj. Unable to be upset or excited; calm:
perambulate
v. Walk or travel through or round a place:
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Challenge Words Classical Roots Book B - Lesson 7~
abdicate
abduct
ablution
abstract
v. [NO OBJECT] (Of a monarch) renounce one's throne:... [WITH OB…
v. Take (someone) away illegally by force or deception; kidna…
n. An act of washing oneself:
adj. Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physi…
abdicate
v. [NO OBJECT] (Of a monarch) renounce one's throne:... [WITH OB…
abduct
v. Take (someone) away illegally by force or deception; kidna…
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Challenge Words Classical Roots Book B - Lesson 9~10
rebate
rebuff
rebuke
recapitulate
n. A partial refund to someone who has paid too much for tax,…
v. Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious m…
v. Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) becaus…
v. Summarize and state again the main points of:
rebate
n. A partial refund to someone who has paid too much for tax,…
rebuff
v. Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious m…
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Classical Roots book B Lesson 3&4 (without challenge words)
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
exorbitant
a passage selected from a book, play, or piece of music
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
To free from blame
excessive
excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, or piece of music
exhilarate
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
44 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lessons 9&10 with Challenge Words
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
to say over again
a quick witty reply
a collection of works that an artist or company can perform
refute
to prove a person or statement to be wrong; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
25 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 2 with challenge words by Tess and friends(: (: (: (:
Subvert
Subservient
Contort
Distort
SUB <L "under"... 1.To upset; to overthrow;to ruin
SUB <L "under"... 1. Excessively willing to yield; submissive
TORQUEO,TORQUERE,TORSI,TORTUM <L "to twist" " to bend" " to t…
TORQUEO,TORQUERE,TORSI,TORTUM <L "to twist" " to bend" " to t…
Subvert
SUB <L "under"... 1.To upset; to overthrow;to ruin
Subservient
SUB <L "under"... 1. Excessively willing to yield; submissive
Vocabulary From Classical Roots (Book B) Lessons 9 and 10: Words, Roots (Plus Ways To Remember Them), and Analogies
Re
Refute
Repartee
Reiterate
Back; again
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
1.) A quick witty reply... 2.) Conversation characterized by suc…
To say over again
Re
Back; again
Refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
36 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots (Book B) Lessons 9 and 10: Words, Roots (Plus Ways To Remember Them), and Analogies
Re
Refute
Repartee
Reiterate
Back; again
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
1.) A quick witty reply... 2.) Conversation characterized by suc…
To say over again
Re
Back; again
Refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
25 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots (Book B) Lessons 9 and 10: Words, Roots (Plus Ways To Remember Them), and Analogies
Re
Refute
Repartee
Reiterate
Back; again
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
1.) A quick witty reply... 2.) Conversation characterized by suc…
To say over again
Re
Back; again
Refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; disprove
14 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 6
tenere
apere
aptitude
inept
to hold, to keep; verb
to fasten, to attach
apere; n. a natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
apere; adj. without skill; inappropriate our out place; fooli…
tenere
to hold, to keep; verb
apere
to fasten, to attach
275 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B
Nolo contendere.
PER <L
percussion
cuss=quatere <L
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
through
(n) 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another... 2. Ins…
to strike
Nolo contendere.
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
PER <L
through
14 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 2
Sub
Subvert
Subservient
Torqueo, Torquere, Torsi, Tortum
"under"
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
"to twist", "to bend", "to turn around"
Sub
"under"
Subvert
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
12 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson Three
EX
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
from, out of
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
to free from blame
EX
from, out of
Excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
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Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 4
EXTRA
Extraneous
Extraterrestrial
Extrovert
on the outside
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
EXTRA
on the outside
Extraneous
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
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Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
cum
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
<L. "with"
Showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
cum
<L. "with"
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
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Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
condone
1. Showing an orderly relation of parts... 2. sticking together.…
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
1. to forgive or disregard an offense... 2. to approve or sanction
coherent
1. Showing an orderly relation of parts... 2. sticking together.…
colloquial
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
30 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 4
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
mediate
not essential or vital, coming from outside, foreign
Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
to act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute
extraneous
not essential or vital, coming from outside, foreign
extraterrestrial
Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
13 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 1
The sharp striking of one thing agains…
Lasting for an indefinitely long time;…
To go, to pass; to penetrate through s…
To hold fast to a task or purpose desp…
PERCUSSION
PERENNIAL
PERMEATE
PERSEVERE
The sharp striking of one thing agains…
PERCUSSION
Lasting for an indefinitely long time;…
PERENNIAL
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Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 2
Sub
Subvert
Subservient
Torqueo, Torquere, Torsi, Tortum
"under"
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
"to twist", "to bend", "to turn around"
Sub
"under"
Subvert
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
20 terms
ALA Classical Roots Lesson 5 Book B, Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B Lesson 6
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
condone
adj. 1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking tog…
adj. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than form…
tr. and intr. v. To feel or express sorrow or pity (used with…
tr. v. To forgive; to disregard an offense
coherent
adj. 1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking tog…
colloquial
adj. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than form…
13 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 1 Vocabulary
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
(n)1. The sharp striking of one thing against another.... 2. Ins…
(adj.)1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. Continuing…
(tr v) To penetrate through spaces;to spread throughout.
(intr v) To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps…
Percussion
(n)1. The sharp striking of one thing against another.... 2. Ins…
Perennial
(adj.)1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. Continuing…
11 terms
classical roots book b lesson 11
ad voc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
for specific purpose or situation
1. to scold gently but firmly... 2. to caution; to warn
1. to take in and make part of the body; to digest... 2.to cause…
pertaining to the sense of smell
ad voc
for specific purpose or situation
admonish
1. to scold gently but firmly... 2. to caution; to warn
20 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13, Classical Roots Chapter 14
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
1) Showing disrespect toward god or sacred things ... 2) Nonrel…
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
Prodigal
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
10 terms
ALA Classical Roots Lesson 5 Book B
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
condone
adj. 1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking tog…
adj. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than form…
tr. and intr. v. To feel or express sorrow or pity (used with…
tr. v. To forgive; to disregard an offense
coherent
adj. 1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking tog…
colloquial
adj. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than form…
16 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 15
circuitous
circumspect
circumference
orbit
Roundabout; indirect... We took a CIRCUITOUS route to the st…
Cautious and watchful; prudent... I will take a CIRCUMSPECT a…
The outer boundary of a circle; the perimeter... The CIRCUMF…
Path of one body as it revolves around another body; A sphere…
circuitous
Roundabout; indirect... We took a CIRCUITOUS route to the st…
circumspect
Cautious and watchful; prudent... I will take a CIRCUMSPECT a…
11 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
1) Showing disrespect toward god or sacred things ... 2) Nonrel…
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
Prodigal
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
16 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 16
Ore rotundo
Fingo
Feign
Feint
With round (eloquent) mouth.
<L. "to shape"
To pretend.
A misleading movement or pretended attack.
Ore rotundo
With round (eloquent) mouth.
Fingo
<L. "to shape"
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Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 12
assent
dissent
presentiment
sensuous
TO CONSENT; TO EXPRESS AGREEMENT
TO HAVE OR EXPRESS A DIFFERENT OPINION; DISAGREEMENT
A SENSE OF SOMETHING ABOUT TO HAPPEN
APPEALING TO THE SENSES, ESPECIALLY AESTHETICALLY (TO SEE)
assent
TO CONSENT; TO EXPRESS AGREEMENT
dissent
TO HAVE OR EXPRESS A DIFFERENT OPINION; DISAGREEMENT
13 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
cum
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
<L. "with"
Showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
cum
<L. "with"
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
13 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 9
Re
refute
reiterate
repartee
<L. "back," "again"
TO PROVE A STATEMENT OR PERSON TO BE INCORRECT, DISPROVE
TO SAY OVER AGAIN!
A QUICK WITTY CONVERSATION.
Re
<L. "back," "again"
refute
TO PROVE A STATEMENT OR PERSON TO BE INCORRECT, DISPROVE
20 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 16
feign
feint
effigy
fictive
to pretend
a misleading movement or pretended attack... a pretense
a sculpture or model of a person
fake or imaginary
feign
to pretend
feint
a misleading movement or pretended attack... a pretense
9 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 12
assent
dissent
presentiment
sensuous
TO CONSENT; TO EXPRESS AGREEMENT
TO HAVE OR EXPRESS A DIFFERENT OPINION; DISAGREEMENT
A SENSE OF SOMETHING ABOUT TO HAPPEN
APPEALING TO THE SENSES, ESPECIALLY AESTHETICALLY (TO SEE)
assent
TO CONSENT; TO EXPRESS AGREEMENT
dissent
TO HAVE OR EXPRESS A DIFFERENT OPINION; DISAGREEMENT
14 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 7
Ab
Abrasive
Abound
Abscond
<L. "Away from"
Harsh; rough
to exist in great quantities or numbers
to leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
Ab
<L. "Away from"
Abrasive
Harsh; rough
11 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Chapter 11
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
for a specific purpose or situation
TO SCOLD GENTLY BUT FIRMLY... CAUTION, WARN
to take in and make a part of the body; to digest to cause to…
PERTAINING TO SENSE OF SMELL
ad hoc
for a specific purpose or situation
admonish
TO SCOLD GENTLY BUT FIRMLY... CAUTION, WARN
28 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 6
aptitude
inept
adjunct
conjugate
n. a natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
adj. without skill; inappropriate our out of place; foolish o…
n. an added part (not essential to the whole)
v. to give forms of verbs in a fixed order
aptitude
n. a natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
inept
adj. without skill; inappropriate our out of place; foolish o…
13 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 9
Re
refute
reiterate
repartee
<L. "back," "again"
TO PROVE A STATEMENT OR PERSON TO BE INCORRECT, DISPROVE
TO SAY OVER AGAIN!
A QUICK WITTY CONVERSATION.
Re
<L. "back," "again"
refute
TO PROVE A STATEMENT OR PERSON TO BE INCORRECT, DISPROVE
20 terms
classical roots and vocabulary book b lesson 15
circumstance
circulate
circumvent
disfigure
n. a certain condition
v. to move continuously or freely
v. to escape using cleverness
v. to spoil the beauty of
circumstance
n. a certain condition
circulate
v. to move continuously or freely
12 terms
Classical Roots Book A Lesson 5 Challenge Words
mince
minuet
microbiology
microclimate
1. to cut or chop into very small pieces.... 2.to soften, modera…
1. a slow, stately dance in triple meter, popular in the 17th…
the branch of biology dealing with the structure, function, u…
the climate of a small area, as of confined spaces such as ca…
mince
1. to cut or chop into very small pieces.... 2.to soften, modera…
minuet
1. a slow, stately dance in triple meter, popular in the 17th…
14 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book B: Lesson 2
Sub
Subvert
Subservient
Torqueo, Torquere, Torsi, Tortum
Latin: under
v. to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
adj. excessively willing to yield; submissive
to twist; to bend; to turn around
Sub
Latin: under
Subvert
v. to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
10 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a statement to be incorrect
to say over again
a quick, witty reply
The Stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a pl…
refute
to prove a statement to be incorrect
reiterate
to say over again
15 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 8
Superlative
Superfluous
Concise
Herbicide
The highest; above the rest
Beyond what is required; extra
Saying or writing much in few words
A substance for killing plants, especially weeds
Superlative
The highest; above the rest
Superfluous
Beyond what is required; extra
16 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 16
feign
feint
effigy
ideology
to pretend
a misleading movement or pretended attack... a pretense
a sculpture or model of a person
the main ideas of a class, group, or movement
feign
to pretend
feint
a misleading movement or pretended attack... a pretense
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 4
Extra
Extraneous
Extraterrestrial
Extrovert
on the outside
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
Extra
on the outside
Extraneous
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
162 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B
percussion
perennial
permeate
persevere
n. 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another; 2. Ins…
adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time; 2. Continuing…
tr. v. To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.
intr. v. To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps…
percussion
n. 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another; 2. Ins…
perennial
adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time; 2. Continuing…
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