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GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
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GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
avid
avid
brusque
brusqueness
_____________for the attention of their baby sitter, the chil…
Marcia is an ___________skier who spends each weekend on the…
The lawyer's _______________questioning intimidated the witne…
With a ____________unlike her, Melanie ended the phone conver…
avid
_____________for the attention of their baby sitter, the chil…
avid
Marcia is an ___________skier who spends each weekend on the…
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GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
poverty
affectionate
persecution
appeal
The food stamp program was started to help feed American fami…
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Hitler's _________________of the Jews led to the murder of mi…
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
poverty
The food stamp program was started to help feed American fami…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
48 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
abated
unabated
acknowledge
acknowledge
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
Did the police officer ___________your right to remain silent?
The new Wimbledon singles champion raised her hand to _______…
abated
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
unabated
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
brusque
brusqueness
concise
demean
The lawyer's _______________questioning intimidated the witne…
With a ____________unlike her, Melanie ended the phone conver…
"Speed Kills" is a ___________way of warning drivers of the d…
Don't ______________yourself by denying what everyone knows t…
brusque
The lawyer's _______________questioning intimidated the witne…
brusqueness
With a ____________unlike her, Melanie ended the phone conver…
50 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
30 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
50 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
48 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
abated
unabated
acknowledge
acknowledge
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
Did the police officer ___________your right to remain silent?
The new Wimbledon singles champion raised her hand to _______…
abated
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
unabated
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
48 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
abated
unabated
acknowledge
acknowledge
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
Did the police officer ___________your right to remain silent?
The new Wimbledon singles champion raised her hand to _______…
abated
The speaker waited until the applause had ___________ before…
unabated
Representative Millet showed _____________enthusiasm for camp…
24 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots - Unit 1 - Applying the Meanings
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
Because they are ___________, daisies always grow towards the…
Harvey stuck ____________ stars on his ceiling so that it wou…
Lucy was so _________ that total strangers often asked to tak…
Sophie's explanation of quantum physics was so ______ that I…
phototropic
Because they are ___________, daisies always grow towards the…
phosphorescent
Harvey stuck ____________ stars on his ceiling so that it wou…
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GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
To inaugurate someone is to
To be avid is to
To pervade something
A despicable comment is
install that person in office.
have a strong desire for something.
is to spread througout it.
one that deserves contempt.
To inaugurate someone is to
install that person in office.
To be avid is to
have a strong desire for something.
50 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
adj. Sweetly flowing or sounding
v. To make less heavy or serious
affluent
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
superfluous
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
bellicose
antebellum
belligerence
enamored
adj. Warlike in nature
adj. Occurring before a war
n. Warlike mood or attitude
adj. Fond of; feeling love towards
bellicose
adj. Warlike in nature
antebellum
adj. Occurring before a war
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 3
prohibit
inhibit
suffuse
confound
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
v. To get in the way of; hinder
v. To fill up from within; to spread throughout
v. To confuse and frustrate
prohibit
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
inhibit
v. To get in the way of; hinder
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
uniform
unison
unanimous
monologue
adj. The same all the way through; consistent
n. In one voice
adj. Showing complete agreement
n. A speech made by a single person
uniform
adj. The same all the way through; consistent
unison
n. In one voice
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
abscond
recondite
cryptic
apocryphal
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
adj. hard to understand; having a secret meaning
adj. coming from an unreliable source; untrue
abscond
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
recondite
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
16 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 14
semantic
semiotic
paradigm
phraseology
adj. having to do with the meaning of words or language
adj. of or relating to signs or symbols
n. a pattern or model
n. the way in which something is expressed
semantic
adj. having to do with the meaning of words or language
semiotic
adj. of or relating to signs or symbols
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
conducive
deduce
evince
impetuous
adj. Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
v. To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
v. To establish; to reflect the truth of
adj. Acting passionately and without forethought
conducive
adj. Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
deduce
v. To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
impediment
expedient
pedestrian
pedant
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
adj. Providing results quickly; practical and effective
adj. Lacking excitement; ordinary and dull
n. One possessing abundant knowledge of minor, often unintere…
impediment
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
expedient
adj. Providing results quickly; practical and effective
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
adherent
diffuse
diligent
dissolute
n. A follower of a person or idea
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
adj. Hard-working and careful
adj. Devoted to sensual pleasure; lacking in moral restraint
adherent
n. A follower of a person or idea
diffuse
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
adj. tending to grow or move towards light
adj. Giving off light without heat
adj. Attractive in pictures or photographs
adj. Easy to understand; clear
phototropic
adj. tending to grow or move towards light
phosphorescent
adj. Giving off light without heat
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
cogent
exigent
assay
intransigent
adj. Strong and to the point; convincing
adj. Urgent; pressing
v. To test, analyze
adj. Refusing to compromise
cogent
adj. Strong and to the point; convincing
exigent
adj. Urgent; pressing
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
benevolent
benefactor
benign
accord
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
n. A person who gives friendly aid
adj. Causing no harm
n. Sameness of opinion; agreement
benevolent
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
benefactor
n. A person who gives friendly aid
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
comportment
confer
defer
deference
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
v. 1. To put aside until later; 2. To yield respectfully
n. Act or practice of yielding to another
comportment
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
confer
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
definitive
infinitesimal
infinite
innovative
adj. Defining for all others; standard
adj. Extremely small; incalculably or immeasurably small
adj. Without beginning or end
adj. Showing creativity and originality
definitive
adj. Defining for all others; standard
infinitesimal
adj. Extremely small; incalculably or immeasurably small
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 20
Admonition
Cautionary
Cautious
Conciliatory
Gentle scolding
Intended to serve as a warning
Careful not to get into danger
Intended to lessen another's anger
Admonition
Gentle scolding
Cautionary
Intended to serve as a warning
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 3
abject
compel
conjecture
dejected
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
n. A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
adj. Downcast or sad; depressed
abject
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
compel
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
n. A small sin or fault
adj. Having no flaws
adj. Violating a moral law; sinful
adj. Negative and critical ; insulting
peccadillo
n. A small sin or fault
impeccable
adj. Having no flaws
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
confide
credence
credible
credulity
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
n. Trust or believe
adj. Able to be trusted in or believed
n. Tendency to believe things too quickly or easily
confide
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
credence
n. Trust or believe
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 19
Abrogate
Acquisitive
Arrogant
Correspond
To cancel; to repeal
Seeking to get things; greedy
Excessively proud; haughty
To be similar to; compare
Abrogate
To cancel; to repeal
Acquisitive
Seeking to get things; greedy
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
adj. Cheerful; merry,
adj. Characterized by joking aka y so gravity?
v. To drape or adorn festively
v. To honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
adj. Cheerful; merry,
jocular
adj. Characterized by joking aka y so gravity?
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 18
aesthetic
anesthetic
antipathy
apathetic
Having to do with beauty or order
A substance which causes loss of feeling
Hostility or hatred
Not interested; having no strong emotion towards
aesthetic
Having to do with beauty or order
anesthetic
A substance which causes loss of feeling
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
misinformation
reform
formative
inept
n. Untrue or wrong information
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adj. Occurring at the time of most influence
adj. Unskilled; clumsy
misinformation
n. Untrue or wrong information
reform
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
n. Plan of action; purpose
adj. Seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
fortuitous
fortuity
auspices
auspicious
adj. Happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
n. Chance or accident
n. Protection or support; spices protect food
adj. Followed by favorable circumstances
fortuitous
adj. Happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
fortuity
n. Chance or accident
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
adj. Having to do with the country
n. A meal; food and drink for a meal
adj. Gathered into a whole ; total
adj. Standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
adj. Having to do with the country
repast
n. A meal; food and drink for a meal
24 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 1
avid
avid
brusque
concise
adj. having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
adj. eager; enthusiastic
adj. abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
adj. short and to the point
avid
adj. having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
avid
adj. eager; enthusiastic
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots- Unit 6
somnolent
soporific
sopor
languid
adj. Drowsy; sleepy, somnia
adj. Causing sleep or fatigue
n. Sleep; drowsiness
adj. Lacking energy; weak
somnolent
adj. Drowsy; sleepy, somnia
soporific
adj. Causing sleep or fatigue
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
enunciate
renounce
pronouncement
invoke
v. To pronounce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
v. To call on for support
enunciate
v. To pronounce or articulate
renounce
v. To reject by declaration
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15
advocate
benediction
clamorous
colloquial
1) v. To argue in favor of 2) n. Someone who argues for
n. A blessing
adj. Characterized by a loud noise or outcry
adj. Of or related to informal speech
advocate
1) v. To argue in favor of 2) n. Someone who argues for
benediction
n. A blessing
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15
detrimental
contrite
trite
detritus
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
adj. boring because of overuse or repetition
n. debris; junk
detrimental
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
contrite
adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
adverse
convoluted
deflect
extort
adj. Not helpful; harmful
adj. Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
v. To cause to turn aside or astray
v. To wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a dem…
adverse
adj. Not helpful; harmful
convoluted
adj. Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
recant
incantation
disenchanted
inaudible
v. To formally withdraw
n. Ritual chant; spell
adj. Losing fondness for; unhappy with
adj. So quiet as to impossible to hear
recant
v. To formally withdraw
incantation
n. Ritual chant; spell
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
importune
importunate
rapport
insufferable
v. To urge or beg without end
adj. Extremely demanding; insistent
n. a positive relationship
adj. Impossible to bear; intolerable
importune
v. To urge or beg without end
importunate
adj. Extremely demanding; insistent
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
annotate
connotation
conscientious
denotation
v. To explain of discuss through a note
n. An image or idea associated with a word
adj. Diligent and careful
n. The dictionary definition of a word
annotate
v. To explain of discuss through a note
connotation
n. An image or idea associated with a word
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
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