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80 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 16
bi
de
super
inter
two
down
over
between
bi
two
de
down
80 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
Felicity
incompatible
ill will
Uncertain
great happiness
Incongruous
incompatible
Malevolence
ill will
10 terms
Caesar's English lesson 16
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
Felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
Incongruous
incompatible
Malevolence
ill will
11 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
Incongruous
incompatible
Malevolence
ill will
Caesar's English lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16 slash 17
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
incongruous
ill will
malevolence
80 terms
Caesar's English I: Lesson 16
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
80 terms
Caesar's English I: Lesson 16
Bi
De
Super
Inter
Two
Down
Over
Between
Bi
Two
De
Down
115 terms
Caesar's English I Lesson 16
bi
sym
pre
post
two
together
before
after
bi
two
sym
together
5 terms
Caesar's English II - Lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
40 terms
Caesar's English 1 Lesson 16
countenance
manifest
languor
acute
facial expression
obvious
weakness
sharp
countenance
facial expression
manifest
obvious
33 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
malevolence
felicity
irrevocable
incongruous
ill will
great happiness
unalterable
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
felicity
great happiness
120 terms
Caesar's English II Lesson 16
com
vid
ad
pop
together
look
to
people
com
together
vid
look
80 terms
Caesar's English I Lesson 16
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
Per
Anim
Tort
Sanct
Through
Mind
Twist
Holy
Per
Through
Anim
Mind
20 terms
Caesar's English II Lesson 16 -19
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
5 terms
Caesar's English Book 2 Lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16 Book 1
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
Caesar's vocab lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
Felicity
Incompatible
Ill Will
Uncertain
Great Happiness
Incongruous
Incompatible
Malevolence
Ill Will
Caesar's English 2, Lesson 16 (cum.)
com
vid
ad
pop
together
look
to
people
com
together
vid
look
8 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 16-WORDS!
Candid
Deter
Redundant
Impede
To speak or act honestly
To stop or prevent
Unnecessarily repetitive
To block, to slow down
Candid
To speak or act honestly
Deter
To stop or prevent
Caesar's English 1 Lesson 16
bi
sub
de
pre
two (bicycle, biped, bilateral)
under ( submarine, submerge, subtract)
down (descend, deposit, deduce)
before (predict, prepare, prelude)
bi
two (bicycle, biped, bilateral)
sub
under ( submarine, submerge, subtract)
33 terms
Caesar's English Vocab Lesson 16
malevolence
felicity
irrevocable
verdure
ill will
great happiness
unalterable
vegetation
malevolence
ill will
felicity
great happiness
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16 Book 1
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16 Book 2
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
incongruous
ill will
malevolence
80 terms
Caesar's English Book 1 Lesson 16
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
13 terms
Caesar's English 2 - lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
Caesar's English 1: Lesson 16 - 40 Words
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
50 terms
Combo with Caesar's English I Lesson 16 and 9 others
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
45 terms
Combo with Caesar's English I Lesson 16 and 8 others
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 16 Book 2
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
Felicity
Incompatible
ill Will
uncertain
Great happiness
Incongruous
Incompatible
Malevolence
ill Will
15 terms
Combo with "Caesar's English I Lesson 16" and 2 others
articulate
vex
prostrate
abyss
express clearly
to irritate
lying down
a bottomless depth
articulate
express clearly
vex
to irritate
5 terms
Caesar's English Book 2 Lesson 16
Ambiguous
Incongruous
Felicity
Malevolence
Uncertain
Incompatible
Great Happiness
Ill Will
Ambiguous
Uncertain
Incongruous
Incompatible
80 terms
Caesar's English Book 1 Lesson 16
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
80 terms
Caesar's II Lesson 16
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
10 terms
Caesars English Lesson 16 Shortened
martyr
abyss
prostrate
vex
one who suffers
a bottomless depth
lying down
to irritate
martyr
one who suffers
abyss
a bottomless depth
80 terms
Caesar's English Book 2 Lesson 16-5
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
10 terms
Caesar's vocab lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incomplete
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
incongruous
incomplete
malevolence
ill will
62 terms
Caesars english lesson 16 to 21
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
great happines
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
27 terms
LET'S LEARN ENGLISH Lesson 16: Where Are You From?
​Abraham Lincoln
alive
art
carousel
(n.) the 16th President of the United States (Abraham Lincoln)
(adj.) living; not dead (vivo)
(n.) something that is created with imagination and skill and…
(n.) a machine or device with a moving belt or part that carr…
​Abraham Lincoln
(n.) the 16th President of the United States (Abraham Lincoln)
alive
(adj.) living; not dead (vivo)
5 terms
Caesar's Book 2 Lesson 16
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatible
ill will
uncertian
great happiness
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
27 terms
LET'S LEARN ENGLISH Lesson 16: Where Are You From?
​Abraham Lincoln
alive
art
carousel
(n.) the 16th President of the United States
( adj.) living; not dead
(n.) something that is created with imagination and skill and…
(n.) a machine or device with a moving belt or part that carr…
​Abraham Lincoln
(n.) the 16th President of the United States
alive
( adj.) living; not dead
Caesar's English II Lesson 16: Classic Stems
Incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
felicity
incompatable
ill will
uncertain
great happiness
Incongruous
incompatable
malevolence
ill will
20 terms
Caesar's stem lesson 16, 17
Incongruous
Malevolence
Ambiguous
Felicity
Incompatible
I'll will
Uncertain
Great happiness
Incongruous
Incompatible
Malevolence
I'll will
33 terms
Ceasae's English Lesson 16
Malevolence
Felicity
Irrevocable
Incongruous
Ill Will
Great Happiness
Unalterable
Imcompatible
Malevolence
Ill Will
Felicity
Great Happiness
13 terms
Intermediate General English Lesson 16 - It's a Conspiracy
cover up
myth
disprove
plot
an attempt to prevent people discovering the truth about a se…
common belief
To prove to be false or erroneous; to confute; to refute.
a plan made in secret by a group of people to do something il…
cover up
an attempt to prevent people discovering the truth about a se…
myth
common belief
25 terms
Caesar's English Lessons 16-20
incongruous
malevolence
ambiguous
irrevocable
incompatible
ill will
uncertain
unalterable
incongruous
incompatible
malevolence
ill will
10 terms
Caesar's English Lessons 15 and 16
ject
dorm
magn
ver
throw
sleep
great
true
ject
throw
dorm
sleep
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