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English Classical Roots Lesson 11
commander
management
maneuver
manicure
A person who is in charge, a leader.
The act of directing.
To move or manage a move skillfully.
To trim and clip carefully, particularly at the nails.... The c…
commander
A person who is in charge, a leader.
management
The act of directing.
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English Roots (lesson 11)
Trans
Transgress
Transitory
Translucent
Root- across
Verb- to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Adj- Lasting for only a short while
Adj- Permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
Trans
Root- across
Transgress
Verb- to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
BELLUM
DOMO, DOMARE, DOMUI, DOMITUM
FORTIS
"to beat", "to knock"
"war"
"to tame", "to subdue"
"strong"
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
"to beat", "to knock"
BELLUM
"war"
English Vocabulary Lesson 11
abstract
appreciate
dimension
illustration
art that has forms that are not recognizable
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
is a measurement
is a picture
abstract
art that has forms that are not recognizable
appreciate
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
English Vocabulary Lesson 11
abstract
appreciate
dimension
illustration
art that has forms that are not recognizable
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
is a measurement
is a picture
abstract
art that has forms that are not recognizable
appreciate
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
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English Roots lesson 11 and 12
transgress
TRANS
transitive
transitory
tr. and intr. v. To go beyond or over set limits; to break a…
across
adj. Describing an action carried from subject to verb to obj…
adj: Lasting for only a short while.... Most of the time, in mi…
transgress
tr. and intr. v. To go beyond or over set limits; to break a…
TRANS
across
English roots lesson 11
carnage
carrion
incarnate
accolade
the killing of many ppl; massacre
dead and decaying flesh
embodied in human form
1)any honor, award, or expression of approval ... 2)a ceremonial…
carnage
the killing of many ppl; massacre
carrion
dead and decaying flesh
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English Roots Lesson 11
Cide
Patricide
Culp
Culpable
Murder
To murder your father
Blame
Blameworthy, guilty
Cide
Murder
Patricide
To murder your father
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English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments
dried up
a stopping; a discontinuance
to place side-by-side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
dried up
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English 11 Vocabulary Lesson 11
ambivalent
beneficent
betrothed
congenital
Having mixed feelings
Doing good
Engaged to be married
Present at birth
ambivalent
Having mixed feelings
beneficent
Doing good
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English 10 Greek Roots Lesson 11
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
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English Roots Lesson 11
clud, clus (clos)
pon, posit (pose) (pound)
trud, trus
cruc
to close
to place, to put
to push, to thrust
cross
clud, clus (clos)
to close
pon, posit (pose) (pound)
to place, to put
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English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
fervid
effervescent
fervo, fervere, fervi
flagro, flagare, flagravi, flagratum
full of intense passion or zeal
1. bubbling up from a liquid... 2. very excited; bubbling over w…
to be boiling hot
to glow, to burn, to blaze
fervid
full of intense passion or zeal
effervescent
1. bubbling up from a liquid... 2. very excited; bubbling over w…
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Lesson 11 Classical Roots Vocabulary
trans
transgress
transitory
translucent
root - across
tr. v. - to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
adj. - lasting for only a short while
adj. - permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
trans
root - across
transgress
tr. v. - to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
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English Vocabulary Lesson 11
exclusionary
preclude
progress
include
(adj.) leaving certain people out; preventing people from par…
(v.) to make something impossible
(n.) the state of moving forward... (v.) to move forward or adva…
(v.) to make it a part of a whole
exclusionary
(adj.) leaving certain people out; preventing people from par…
preclude
(v.) to make something impossible
English Vocabulary Lesson 11
Apostate
Bravado
Consensus
Constrict
one who forsakes his or her religion, party, or cause
a display of false or assumed courage
a collection or general agreement of opinion, feeling, or thi…
to make smaller or narrower, draw together, squeeze; to stop
Apostate
one who forsakes his or her religion, party, or cause
Bravado
a display of false or assumed courage
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Lesson 11 Classical Roots Vocabulary
trans
transitory
translucent
ambience
root - across
adj. - lasting for only a short while
adj. - permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
n. - environment; the surrounding atmosphere
trans
root - across
transitory
adj. - lasting for only a short while
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English 11 Vocabulary Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
A supposed remedy for all ailments
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
A stopping; a discontinuance
To place side by side for comparison
elixir
A supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
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Classical Roots Lesson 11 Vocabulary
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
For a specific purpose or situation
To scold gently but firmly; To caution, to warn
To take in and make a part of the body; to digest; To cause t…
Pertaining to the sense of smell
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation
admonish
To scold gently but firmly; To caution, to warn
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9th English Vocab. Mrs. Simms Classical Roots LESSON 11 & 12
Carnage
Carrion
Incarnate
Accolade
The killing of many people; massacre
Dead and decaying flesh ... Pertaining to dead flesh
Embodied in human form
1. Any honor, award, or expression of approval ... 2. A ceremon…
Carnage
The killing of many people; massacre
Carrion
Dead and decaying flesh ... Pertaining to dead flesh
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object
lasting for only a short while
allowing light to pass through but not transparent
transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
transitive
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary English 10
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
a letter of literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle
a letter of literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Lesson 11 Classical Roots Vocabulary
trans
transgress
transitory
translucent
root - across
tr. v. - to break a rule
adj. - lasting for only a short time
adj. - allowing light to pass through, but not transparent
trans
root - across
transgress
tr. v. - to break a rule
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B - Lesson 11
AD
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
L. to, toward
For a specific purpose or situation.
1. To scold gently but firmly. 2. To caution; to warn.
1. To take in and make a part of the body; to digest. 2. To c…
AD
L. to, toward
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation.
15 terms
English 12 - Vocabulary Lesson 11
etymology
simian
requisite
wont
the history of a word; the study of word origins
related to or resembling an ape or monkey
required; necessary
likely
etymology
the history of a word; the study of word origins
simian
related to or resembling an ape or monkey
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English - Lesson 11 & 12 roots
caro, carnis
collum
corpus, corporis
cor, cordis
"flesh"
"neck"
"body"
"heart"
caro, carnis
"flesh"
collum
"neck"
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AP English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
abet
agile
antidote
ascertain
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
something that relieves the effects of poison
to find out definitely; to determine
abet
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
agile
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
Lesson 11 English Vocabulary
authoritarian
avenge
bewilder
bristle
adj. pertaining to absolute authority and unquestioning obedi…
v. to inflict punishment for a perceived wrong; to take venge…
v. to confuse
v. to become angry
authoritarian
adj. pertaining to absolute authority and unquestioning obedi…
avenge
v. to inflict punishment for a perceived wrong; to take venge…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 11
across <L
transgress
transitive
transitory
trans <L
(tr and intr v) to go beyond or over set limits; to break a r…
(adj) describing an action carried from subject to verb to ob…
(adj) lasting for only a short while
across <L
trans <L
transgress
(tr and intr v) to go beyond or over set limits; to break a r…
16 terms
English Latin Roots- Lesson 11
Pop
Port
Portion
Pot
people
carry
part, share
power
Pop
people
Port
carry
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English Vocabulary lesson 11
Flagrant
Patrician
Emissary
Kindred
Adj. Glaringly bad; outrageous
N. An aristocrat; high rank
N. One sent on a special mission to represent others
Adj. having a similar origin, nature, or character
Flagrant
Adj. Glaringly bad; outrageous
Patrician
N. An aristocrat; high rank
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English: Vocabulary Lesson 11
Caro, Carnis
carnage
carrion
incarnate... (incarnation, n.)
L. "Flesh"
n. The killing of many people; massacre.
n. dead and decaying flesh.... adj. Pertaining to dead flesh.
adj. Embodied in human form.
Caro, Carnis
L. "Flesh"
carnage
n. The killing of many people; massacre.
15 terms
English lesson 11 vocabulary
Epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
n. a letter or literary composition in letter form
adj. enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: voracious; eager…
n. an irritating and persisten person... syn: nuisance; pest
n. absence of vanity: humbleness... syn: modesty... ant: vanity; ar…
Epistle
n. a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
adj. enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: voracious; eager…
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Flagrant
Patrician
Emissary
Kindred
Glaringly badly; outrageous
An aristocrat
One sent on a special mission to represent others
Having similar origin, nature, or character
Flagrant
Glaringly badly; outrageous
Patrician
An aristocrat
15 terms
English vocabulary lesson 11
Allegory
Anaphora
Argument
cliche
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
the use of a word referring to or replacing a word used earli…
a reason or set of reasons given with the aim of persuading o…
a trite, stereotyped expression; a sentence or phrase, usuall…
Allegory
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Anaphora
the use of a word referring to or replacing a word used earli…
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English Vocabulary: Lesson 11
Agrarian
Burgeon
Cataclysm
Culinary
Having to do with farming or agriculture
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe
Having to do with cooking
Agrarian
Having to do with farming or agriculture
Burgeon
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
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English Vocabulary Lesson 11
flagrant
flaunt
furtive
latent
Extremely or deliberately noticeable; glaring.
To show of in order to impress others; display boastfully.
Done quickly and with stealth; sly.
Present or capable of coming into existence but not evident,…
flagrant
Extremely or deliberately noticeable; glaring.
flaunt
To show of in order to impress others; display boastfully.
15 terms
English vocabulary lesson 11
Authorization
Avenge
Bewildered
Bristle
Pertaing to absoulute authority and unquesting obidience
To inflict punishment for a presided wrong to take avengence
To confuse
Becoming angry
Authorization
Pertaing to absoulute authority and unquesting obidience
Avenge
To inflict punishment for a presided wrong to take avengence
15 terms
English vocabulary lesson 11
Amenity
Averse
Complacent
Decompose
A feature that contributes to physical comfort... A feature that…
Having a feeling or opposition of distaste
So self satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned
To decay or to break down into basic elements
Amenity
A feature that contributes to physical comfort... A feature that…
Averse
Having a feeling or opposition of distaste
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English-Vocabulary Lesson 11
Reconstruction
Reconstruction
colossal
colossal
Period following the American Cvil War (1867-1877) when the S…
......it was always in danger of being taken away, as his was…
astonishingly great; extraordinary
.....those who strength or stubbornness was so ________ they…
Reconstruction
Period following the American Cvil War (1867-1877) when the S…
Reconstruction
......it was always in danger of being taken away, as his was…
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English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
flagrant (adj.)
patrician (n.)
emissary (n.)
kindred (adj.)
glaringly bad; outrageous... Ex. His flagrant disregard for aut…
an aristocrat... Ex. The patrician could not marry the man she…
one sent on a special mission to represent others... Ex. Before…
having similar origin, nature, or character... Ex. They had met…
flagrant (adj.)
glaringly bad; outrageous... Ex. His flagrant disregard for aut…
patrician (n.)
an aristocrat... Ex. The patrician could not marry the man she…
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English 6 Vocabulary Lesson 11
abbreviate
appropriate
exclude
fanciful
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose.... v. To set aside for a…
v. To leave out; to keep from being part of.
adj. 1. Not based on reason; unrealistic.... 2. Not real; imagi…
abbreviate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
appropriate
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose.... v. To set aside for a…
Lesson 11 English vocabulary
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
A letter composition
Enthusiastic
An irritating and persistent person
Absence of vanity
Epistle
A letter composition
Avid
Enthusiastic
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English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Bulwark
Crescendo
Disingenuous
Dogged
A wall or embankment of defense
A steady increase of force
Crafty
Unrelenting, persistent
Bulwark
A wall or embankment of defense
Crescendo
A steady increase of force
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Lesson 11 English Vocabulary
Flagrant... (Adjective)
Fluent... (Adjective)
Flux... (Noun)
Foible... (Noun)
Glaringly bad; outrageous... Syn: offensive
Able to speak and/or write easily, clearly... Syn: flow
State of continual change or movement ... Syn: flow ... Ant: inacti…
A minor weakness in character... Syn: weakness, fault
Flagrant... (Adjective)
Glaringly bad; outrageous... Syn: offensive
Fluent... (Adjective)
Able to speak and/or write easily, clearly... Syn: flow
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English lesson 11 vocabulary
Pacify
Bilk
Mar
Expedite
V. To have a calming effect
V. To defraud, to cbeat or swindle, escape paying ones debts
V. To render less attractive, less useful, to spoil to a cert…
V. To speed the progress of something
Pacify
V. To have a calming effect
Bilk
V. To defraud, to cbeat or swindle, escape paying ones debts
25 terms
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Abet
Agile
Antidote
Ascertain
To encourage or to assist
Characterized by the ability to move quickly with suppleness…
Something that relieves the effects of poison
To find out definitely; to determine
Abet
To encourage or to assist
Agile
Characterized by the ability to move quickly with suppleness…
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Lesson 11 English Vocabulary
connoisseur
consensus
construe
consummate
NOUN... expert
NOUN... general agreement
VERB... to interpret
ADJECTIVE/VERB... perfect and complete
connoisseur
NOUN... expert
consensus
NOUN... general agreement
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
Noun. A letter or literary composition in letter form
Adjective. Enthusiastic; extremely interested
Noun. An irritating and persistent person
Noun. Absence of vanity; humbleness
Epistle
Noun. A letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
Adjective. Enthusiastic; extremely interested
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English Vocabulary Lesson 11
affiliations
anthology
inexhaustible
inherently
relationships, alliances; connections with organizations such…
a collection of short stories and/or poems; sometimes a colle…
unable to be depleted, used up, or exhausted; tireless; limit…
based on the nature of something or of an individual; essenti…
affiliations
relationships, alliances; connections with organizations such…
anthology
a collection of short stories and/or poems; sometimes a colle…
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