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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
analysis
paraphrase
description
refer
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
to put in your own words
is a verbal representation of something
means "to turn to"
analysis
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
paraphrase
to put in your own words
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Lesson 10: English Vocabulary ex-
ex-
export
expel
exhale
out of, outside, from
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
to force to leave; to drive out
to breathe out
ex-
out of, outside, from
export
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
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English lesson 10 roots
Ag... Act... Ig
Am
Err
Firm
To do, to drive
To love
To wander
Firm,strong
Ag... Act... Ig
To do, to drive
Am
To love
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Vocabulary Roots Lesson 10
divert
reverse
versatile
version
v., to turn aside or in another direction... to entertain or amuse
adj., causing movement backward... v., to change or turn in a di…
adj., talented, not limited, able to turn easily from one thi…
n., a way of presenting, a point of view
divert
v., to turn aside or in another direction... to entertain or amuse
reverse
adj., causing movement backward... v., to change or turn in a di…
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English Lesson 10 Roots
Anima
Animus
Aether
Aither
Wind
Mind
Clear sky
Air
Anima
Wind
Animus
Mind
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Vocabulary for Roots lesson 10
Supercilium
Supercilious
Os,Oris
Oro,Orare,Oravi,Oratum
eyebrow
Disdainful:haughty and aloof.
Mouth
To Speak
Supercilium
eyebrow
Supercilious
Disdainful:haughty and aloof.
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
Supercilium
Supercilious
Os, Oris
Oro, Orare, Oravi, Oratum
L. "Eyebrow"
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
L. "mouth"
L. "to speak"
Supercilium
L. "Eyebrow"
Supercilious
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
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Lesson 10 Vocabulary English 10
expound
cajole
inscrutable
balk
to explain in detail; to clarify
to persuade with false promises and flattery
not easily understood; hard to fathom
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
admission
dear
decided
edge
an acknowledgement or confession.
high-priced; costly; expensive
1. definite and unmistakable; unquestionable... 2. unhesitating;…
favorable position; advantage
admission
an acknowledgement or confession.
dear
high-priced; costly; expensive
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English from the Roots Up - Volume I - Lesson 10 (37-40)
quinque (Latin Root)
quinquennial
quinquagenarian
quinquesyllable
five
(annus - year) - five-year period or celebration
(quinquangeni - fifty each) - person who is 50-59 years old
(syllaba - several letters taken together to make one sound)…
quinque (Latin Root)
five
quinquennial
(annus - year) - five-year period or celebration
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Lesson 10: English Roots
Specto
Auspicious
Introspection
Retrospect
To look at
Showing signs that promise success
Examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
A survey of past times or events
Specto
To look at
Auspicious
Showing signs that promise success
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English 3 - Vocab - Lesson 10 - Latin and Greek Roots
Totalitarian
Totality
Holistic
Catholic
Having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
Completeness
Concerning the whole rather than the parts
Covering a broad range; university
Totalitarian
Having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
Totality
Completeness
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
Beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
Abnormal growth or outgrowth
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
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English 10 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
commemorate
cower
ethical
exhibit
to remember by holding a ceremony
to crouch down in fear
having to do with judgements about right and wrong
1. to show or present something... 2. a presentation
commemorate
to remember by holding a ceremony
cower
to crouch down in fear
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English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
Lesson 10 English Vocabulary
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage
A gradual increase in sound often referring to to music
Abnormal growth or outgrowth
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound often referring to to music
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English 3 Lesson 10 Roots
Cal, Kal
Cent(r)
Cephal
Drom
Beautiful
Center
Head
A running, a course
Cal, Kal
Beautiful
Cent(r)
Center
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
quickness or accuracy of judgement
to act as judge in a matter
chronological
doubtful or questionable authenticity
acumen
quickness or accuracy of judgement
adjudicate
to act as judge in a matter
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Vocabulary Lesson 10 english
animus - anonymous b.c hate
aspiration
diaphanous
dispirited
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
allowing light to show through; translucent; (delicate)
dejected; discouraged; gloomy
animus - anonymous b.c hate
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
aspiration
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
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Vocabulary Lesson 10 for English 10
Emphatically
Renegade
Weaponry
Mercenary
very strongly
someone who lives outside a group
armaments, such as guns
someone who fights for money
Emphatically
very strongly
Renegade
someone who lives outside a group
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Lesson 10: English Vocabulary ex-
ex-
export
expel
exhale
out of, outside, from
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
to force to leave; to drive out
to breathe out
ex-
out of, outside, from
export
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
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Level 4-Lesson 10-Blood Pressure-English 4E Vocabulary and Reading
artery (noun)
attitude (noun)
neglect (verb)
persuade (verb)
long tube that carries blood away from the heart through the…
general way of thinking or feeling, a tendency to think in a…
not give enough attention or care to someone or something
use opinion and information to cause... someone to believe or do…
artery (noun)
long tube that carries blood away from the heart through the…
attitude (noun)
general way of thinking or feeling, a tendency to think in a…
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English From the Roots Up - Volume II - Lesson 10 (37-40)
rhinology
rhinoplasty
rhinoscope
cornet
branch of medicine concerned with the nose
plastic surgery for the nose
instrument for examining the interior of the nose
horn, a brass instrument like a trumpet
rhinology
branch of medicine concerned with the nose
rhinoplasty
plastic surgery for the nose
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English Lesson 10 Vocabulary
Devious
Duplicity
Fictitious
Guile
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
Not real; false
Sly or cunning intelligence
Devious
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Duplicity
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
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English Lesson 10 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
APO
CASTUS
CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGA…
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUM
away from
pure; spotless
to correct; to restrain
to close
APO
away from
CASTUS
pure; spotless
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AP English Lesson 10 Vocabulary
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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Etymology Latin Lesson 10 Roots & Vocabulary
put (root)
ratio, ration (root)
prob (root)
solv, solut (root)
Cut; Prune away; Clear up; Think; Suppose
Reason; Relationship
Test; Prove
Loosen; Set free
put (root)
Cut; Prune away; Clear up; Think; Suppose
ratio, ration (root)
Reason; Relationship
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English 10 Lesson 10 Vocabulary
encompass
implacable
postulate
transcend
include
relentless
assume
rise above
encompass
include
implacable
relentless
english roots lesson 10 & 11
agr
bell
ous, ose
ante
field
war
full of
before
agr
field
bell
war
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AP English Lesson 10 Vocabulary
xenophobia
agoraphobia
glossophobia
acrophobia
an unreasonable hatred or fear of foreigners or strangers; a…
abnormal fear of open or public spaces
unreasonable fear of speaking in public
abnormal fear of heights
xenophobia
an unreasonable hatred or fear of foreigners or strangers; a…
agoraphobia
abnormal fear of open or public spaces
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Red Hot Roots Book 2 Lesson 10
Abandon
Abdicate
Abduct
Abnormal
(v) - to leave or give up completely; to discontinue
(v) - give up power, authority or the throne
(v) - to take away by force, kidnap
(adj) - not typical, average or normal
Abandon
(v) - to leave or give up completely; to discontinue
Abdicate
(v) - give up power, authority or the throne
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Lesson 10 Roots Vocabulary
"vers/vert"
divert
divert
reverse
to turn
to turn aside or in another direction
to entertain or amuse
causing movement backward
"vers/vert"
to turn
divert
to turn aside or in another direction
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Roots of English Book 1 Lesson 10
announce
annunciation
announcement
pronounce
to report publicly
to process or result of announcing
the act of announcing or something announced
to say correctly
announce
to report publicly
annunciation
to process or result of announcing
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Vocabulary Roots Lesson 10
supercilious
inexorable
oracle
oration
adj. disdainful, haughty, and aloof
adj. relentless; unyielding
n. 1. a shrine where the ancient Greeks consulted on of their…
n. an address or formal speech given on a special occasion
supercilious
adj. disdainful, haughty, and aloof
inexorable
adj. relentless; unyielding
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English 11 Lesson 10 Vocabulary
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to contaminate; to make impure
to send forth; to come forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to contaminate; to make impure
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English IV Lesson 10 Vocabulary
veneer
luminous
tacit
untenable
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
emitting light
indicated but not expressed; implied silently
impossible to defend or justify
veneer
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
luminous
emitting light
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Vocabulary Lesson 10 - English II
Coerce
Cogent
Cohere
Collaborate
v. To force someone to do something against his or her will b…
adj. Forceful and convincing; to the point.
v. To hold or stick together; to fit together into an orderly…
v. To work together on some kind of joint project. (In this s…
Coerce
v. To force someone to do something against his or her will b…
Cogent
adj. Forceful and convincing; to the point.
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8 English Vocabulary Lesson 10
eliminate
apparel
stifle
negative
(v.) to remove something
(n.) pieces of clothing... (v.) to dress or decorate something
(v.) to hold something back or try to prevent it from happening
(adj.) unfavorable, disagreeable... (n.) a disadvantage
eliminate
(v.) to remove something
apparel
(n.) pieces of clothing... (v.) to dress or decorate something
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English 6 Vocabulary Lesson 10
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
brisk
v. 1. To look forward; to expect.... 2. To be aware of and to p…
adj. 1. Unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
adj. Short; not long lasting.... v. To give a short explanation…
adj. 1. Quick; active.... 2. Stimulating; refreshing.
anticipate
v. 1. To look forward; to expect.... 2. To be aware of and to p…
bankrupt
adj. 1. Unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book A Lesson 10
CRESCO, CRESCERE, CREVI, CRETUM
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
<L "to grow" "to increase"
to come as a natural increase or advantage
a gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
abnormal growth or outgrowth
CRESCO, CRESCERE, CREVI, CRETUM
<L "to grow" "to increase"
accrue
to come as a natural increase or advantage
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English Latin Roots- Lesson 10
Path, pathy
Ped, pod
Pedo
Pel, puls
feeling, suffering
foot
child
drive, urge
Path, pathy
feeling, suffering
Ped, pod
foot
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English From the Roots Up - Volume II - Lesson 10 (37-40)
rhinos (Greek Root)
rhinoceros
rhinocerotoid
rhinology
(HREE noss, REYE noss) nose; snout
(keras G. - horn) - large animal with one or two horns on its…
like a rhinoceros; one of the rhinoceros family
(logos G. - study) - branch of medicine concerned with the nose
rhinos (Greek Root)
(HREE noss, REYE noss) nose; snout
rhinoceros
(keras G. - horn) - large animal with one or two horns on its…
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Vocabulary Roots Lesson 10
Supercilium
Supercilious
Os, Oris
Oro, orare, oravi, oratum
Eyebrow
Eyelid (a lifted eyebrow conveys an impression of haughtiness…
Mouth
To speak
Supercilium
Eyebrow
Supercilious
Eyelid (a lifted eyebrow conveys an impression of haughtiness…
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ACT English Vocabulary: Lesson 10
fallible (adjective)
blatant (adjective)
dawdle (verb)
affiliate (noun)
capable of error
obvious; too conspicuous
to waste time
an associate; partner
fallible (adjective)
capable of error
blatant (adjective)
obvious; too conspicuous
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Lesson 10 Vocabulary (Pinyin/English)
zuì
xǐhuan
chī
shuǐguǒ
most
like, enjoy
eat
fruit
zuì
most
xǐhuan
like, enjoy
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lesson 10
Specto
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
to look at
showing signs that promise success
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
a survey of past times or events
Specto
to look at
auspicious
showing signs that promise success
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english classical roots lesson 10
divert
reverse
versatile
version
to turn aside in another direction{vers/vert}
causing movement backward{vers/vert}
talented not limited ability to turn from one thing to anothe…
a way of presenting a point of view{vers/vert}
divert
to turn aside in another direction{vers/vert}
reverse
causing movement backward{vers/vert}
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7 English WW Lesson 10 (Book 9)
abject
advocate
atrocity... atrocious
commemorate
adj. - extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading:
verb - To plead in favor of; to defend. ... noun - One who argu…
noun - An act of great cruelty and wickedness.... adj. - Very b…
verb - To serve as a memorial to; to remember in a solemn man…
abject
adj. - extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading:
advocate
verb - To plead in favor of; to defend. ... noun - One who argu…
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C - Lesson 10
supercilious
inexorable
oracle
oration
disdainful: haughty and aloof
relentless: unyielding
a shrine where the ancient Greeks consulted on of their gods…
an address or formal speech given on a special occasion
supercilious
disdainful: haughty and aloof
inexorable
relentless: unyielding
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
Beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
Abnormal growth or outgrowth
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
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