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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
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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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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 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
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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
13 terms
8th grade Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 1 and 2 Familiar Words/Challenge Words - Action
impervious
perceive
percent
perfect
not allowing something (such as water or light) to enter or p…
to notice or become aware of (something); to think of (someon…
in the hundred : of each hundred
having no mistakes or flaws; completely correct or accurate;…
impervious
not allowing something (such as water or light) to enter or p…
perceive
to notice or become aware of (something); to think of (someon…
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Classical Roots Challenge Words
conception
nagative
negotiate
renege
beginning
expressing refusal to do something
to deal or bargin
to take back or go back on ones word
conception
beginning
nagative
expressing refusal to do something
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Classical Roots Challenge Words
Credo
Miscreant
Recreant
Deism
Noun: A statement of the beliefs or aims which guide someone'…
Noun: A person who has done something wrong or unlawful
Adjective/Noun: ( a person who does something) Unfaithful to…
Noun: Belief in the existence of a supreme being, specificall…
Credo
Noun: A statement of the beliefs or aims which guide someone'…
Miscreant
Noun: A person who has done something wrong or unlawful
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Classical Roots Challenge Words 9
Portage
Deportment
Purport
Demise
The Practice of carrying water craft or cargo over land
behavior
to profess, suppose, claim
death
Portage
The Practice of carrying water craft or cargo over land
Deportment
behavior
9 terms
Classical Roots 16 Challenge
piscatorial
pork barrel
porker
porky
of or concerning fishermen or fishing
the use of government funds for projects designed to please v…
a pig raised for food
of or resembling pork.
piscatorial
of or concerning fishermen or fishing
pork barrel
the use of government funds for projects designed to please v…
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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
35 terms
Classical Conversations Challenge B Mock Trial
Affirmative defense
Allegation
Bodily Injury
Burden of Proof
A defense that admits doing the act charged, but seeks to jus…
An accusation that has not yet been proven true or false.
Physical pain,illness, or impairment of physical condition.
the necessity of the State to prove, beyond a reasonable doub…
Affirmative defense
A defense that admits doing the act charged, but seeks to jus…
Allegation
An accusation that has not yet been proven true or false.
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
9 terms
classical roots 15 challenge words
expeditionary
millipede
pedicab
pied-a-terre
designed for military operations; pertaining to an expedition
a worm-like creature with 1,000 feet
similar to a tricycle, and two or three people sit in the back
a secondary or temporary place of lodging
expeditionary
designed for military operations; pertaining to an expedition
millipede
a worm-like creature with 1,000 feet
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Classical Roots B2
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
upset; overthrow
submissive; yielding
twist; bend
change; twist
subvert
upset; overthrow
subservient
submissive; yielding
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Classical roots 7 challenge words
Delete
Delinquent
Demolish
Deplete
: to remove (something, such as words, pictures, or computer…
: a young person who regularly does illegal or immoral things
: to destroy (a building, bridge, etc.) : to forcefully tear…
: to use most or all of (something important) : to greatly re…
Delete
: to remove (something, such as words, pictures, or computer…
Delinquent
: a young person who regularly does illegal or immoral things
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Classical Conversations Challenge B: Latin Week 1
terra, terrae
porta, portae
Marīa, Marīae
nauta, nautae
earth, land
gate
Mary
sailor
terra, terrae
earth, land
porta, portae
gate
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots B
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
to twist or bend out of shape
to change something to make it false; to twist out of its nat…
subvert
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
subservient
excessively willing to yield; submissive
35 terms
Classical Conversations Challenge B Mock Trial
Affirmative defense
Allegation
Bodily Injury
Burden of Proof
A defense that admits doing the act charged, but seeks to jus…
An accusation that has not yet been proven true or false.
Physical pain,illness, or impairment of physical condition.
the necessity of the State to prove, beyond a reasonable doub…
Affirmative defense
A defense that admits doing the act charged, but seeks to jus…
Allegation
An accusation that has not yet been proven true or false.
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
10 terms
Classical conversations challenge B scientist info
Samuel Morse
Nicolaus Copernicus
Albert Einstein
Marie Curie
changed communication during the war; born in Charlestown, Ma…
influenced astronomy; father of heliocentrism; born in Torun,…
influenced physics; father of relativity; Born in Ulm, Germany
Influenced women to make more of them self; mother of Physics…
Samuel Morse
changed communication during the war; born in Charlestown, Ma…
Nicolaus Copernicus
influenced astronomy; father of heliocentrism; born in Torun,…
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Classical Roots B Lesson 2B
torqueo L.
contort
distort
distort
to twist
To twist or bend out of shape.
To change something to make it false.
To twist something out of its natural shape.
torqueo L.
to twist
contort
To twist or bend out of shape.
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Classical Roots Lesson 9 Challenge words ONLY
ars
aoide
pingo
artiste
art
song
paint
a public performer (a dancer or singer)
ars
art
aoide
song
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Classical Roots B Lesson 2B
torqueo L.
contort
distort
retort
to twist
To twist or bend out of shape.
1. To twist something out of its natural shape.... 2. To change…
To reply quickly and sharply.
torqueo L.
to twist
contort
To twist or bend out of shape.
5 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 2A
sub L.
subvert
subservient
perverse
under
To upset, overthrow, ruin.
Extremely compliant.
Stubbornly doing something other than what is expected.
sub L.
under
subvert
To upset, overthrow, ruin.
6 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 1A
percussion
perennial
permeate
persevere
Instruments that make a sound when struck.
Lasting for an indefinitely long time.
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
percussion
Instruments that make a sound when struck.
perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time.
10 terms
Classical roots B lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
- to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
- to say over again
- quick, witty reply... - conversation characterized by such rem…
- the stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a…
refute
- to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
reiterate
- to say over again
11 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4 Challenge Words
incipit
abnegate
renege
devoid
the opening words of a text, manuscript, early printed book,…
renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).
go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.... another term…
entirely lacking or free from.
incipit
the opening words of a text, manuscript, early printed book,…
abnegate
renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).
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Classical conversations challenge b week 3
Pars, partis
Collis, Collis
Hostis
Caedēs, caedia
Part
Hill
Enemy (in war)
Slaughter
Pars, partis
Part
Collis, Collis
Hill
10 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
to say over again
a quick, witty reply; a conversation characterized by such re…
the stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a pl…
refute
to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
5 terms
Lesson 6 Classical Roots 6 Challenge Words
memoir
memorabillia
immemorial
sociability
an official note or report : memorandum
objects or materials that are collected because they are rela…
extending or existing since beyond the reach of memory, recor…
the quality or state of being sociable also the act or an ins…
memoir
an official note or report : memorandum
memorabillia
objects or materials that are collected because they are rela…
54 terms
Classical Roots B
Per
Fero
Ferre
Tuli
=Through
=To bring, to bear, to carry
=To bring, to bear, to carry
=To bring, to bear, to carry
Per
=Through
Fero
=To bring, to bear, to carry
10 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 10
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
specimen
showing signs that promise success
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
a survey of past times or events
a single thing that is taken as an example of a whole category
auspicious
showing signs that promise success
introspection
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
11 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
harsh; rough
to exist in great quantitates or numbers; to be fully supplie…
to leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
to detest thoroughly
abrasive
harsh; rough
abound
to exist in great quantitates or numbers; to be fully supplie…
10 terms
Classical Roots 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
14 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
Harsh; rough
To exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
abrasive
Harsh; rough
abound
To exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
8 terms
Lesson 7 Classical Roots Challenge Words
Delete
Delinquent
Demolish
Deplete
to remove (something, such as words, pictures, or computer fi…
a young person who regularly does illegal or immoral things
to destroy (a building, house, structure, etc.) : to forceful…
to use most or all of (something important) : to greatly redu…
Delete
to remove (something, such as words, pictures, or computer fi…
Delinquent
a young person who regularly does illegal or immoral things
12 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 1 Challenge Words
imperturbable
perambulate
perigee
perpetuity
1. incapable of being upset or agitated; not easily excited;…
1. to walk through, about, or over; travel through; traverse
1. the point in the orbit of a heavenly body, especially the…
1. the state or character of being perpetual... 2. endless or i…
imperturbable
1. incapable of being upset or agitated; not easily excited;…
perambulate
1. to walk through, about, or over; travel through; traverse
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 1
percussion
perennial
persevere
permeate
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
to hold fast to a task despite handicaps or obstacles
to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
percussion
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
perennial
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 11
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
For a specific purpose or situation
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
to take in and make a part of the body; to digest OR to cause…
PERTAINING TO SMELL
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 1
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
1. The sharp striking of one thing against anothe
(adj.) lasting for a long time, persistent; (n.) a plant that…
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
1. The sharp striking of one thing against anothe
Perennial
(adj.) lasting for a long time, persistent; (n.) a plant that…
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
Classical Roots Lesson 6 Challenge Words
sociability
socialism
memoir
memorabilia
...
...
...
...
sociability
...
socialism
...
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