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11 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
immortalize
morbid
mortify
moribund
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
adj. In a dying or deathlike state
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
morbid
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
11 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving or jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving or jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
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
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
synopsis
myopic
adumbrate
umbrage
n. a short outline or review of main points
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
v. to briefly outline or describe
n. anger caused by an insult or slight
synopsis
n. a short outline or review of main points
myopic
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
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
16 terms
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
17 terms
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 10
ben
benevolent
benefactor
benign
Latin bene, "well, good"
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
n. A person who gives friendly aid
adj. Causing no harm
ben
Latin bene, "well, good"
benevolent
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
17 terms
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
14 terms
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
15 terms
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
16 terms
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
12 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
constructive
construe
destitute
expound
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
adj. Having no money; poor
v. To explain or discuss in detail
constructive
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
construe
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
17 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15
advocate
benediction
clamorous
colloquial
V. To argue in favor of
N. A blessing
adj. Characterized by a loud noise or outcry
adj. Of or related to informal speech
advocate
V. To argue in favor of
benediction
N. A blessing
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
assertion
exertion
dissertation
disconcert
n. something declared or stated positively
n. the use of power and of strength
n. a formal and long paper, written for a degree at a univers…
v. to upset and confuse
assertion
n. something declared or stated positively
exertion
n. the use of power and of strength
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
monotonous
mononsyllabic
monotone
divulge
adj. unvarying; lacking in variety
adj. having only one syllable
n. sameness of sound, style, manner, or color
v. to make public
monotonous
adj. unvarying; lacking in variety
mononsyllabic
adj. having only one syllable
15 terms
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
24 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
apparition
aspect
diaphanous
envisage
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
adj. Lightweight and transparent
v. To imagine, to conceive of
apparition
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
aspect
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
16 terms
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 ... He had worked e…
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
adj. Brief and straightforward ... his explanation in this dicti…
n. Two opposite parts of one whole ... There is a dichotomy betw…
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
12 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
moratorium
demure
demur
extemporaneous
n. a formal delay; a suspension
adj. modest and shy
v. to express unwillingness to do something; to object
adj. done without planning; improvised
moratorium
n. a formal delay; a suspension
demure
adj. modest and shy
10 terms
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
16 terms
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
16 terms
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
17 terms
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 ... He had worked e…
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
adj. Brief and straightforward ... he explanation in this dictio…
n. Two opposite parts of one whole ... There is a dichotomy betw…
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
17 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
aberrant
circumvent
congress
covenant
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule
v. To avoid by going around; bypass
n. A coming together
n. A mutual or legal agreement
aberrant
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule
circumvent
v. To avoid by going around; bypass
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
14 terms
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
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 14
apolitical
civic
civility
civilize
adj. Having no interest in politics; not political
adj. Having to do with the business of a town or community
n. Politeness; courteousness
v. To make more cultured or refined
apolitical
adj. Having no interest in politics; not political
civic
adj. Having to do with the business of a town or community
16 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10 Austin
totalitarian
totality
holistic
catholic
adj. having to do with a government in which one person, grou…
n. completeness
adj. concerning the whole rather than the parts
adj. covering a broad range; universal
totalitarian
adj. having to do with a government in which one person, grou…
totality
n. completeness
17 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 16
acerbic
acrid
acrimonious
crucial
adj. Harsh and biting in tone
adj. Stinging or biting in odor or taste; harsh; irritating
adj. Exhibiting harsh sharpness in speech or mood
adj. Extremely necessary; essential
acerbic
adj. Harsh and biting in tone
acrid
adj. Stinging or biting in odor or taste; harsh; irritating
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
complacent
docile
doctrine
gratuitous
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
n. That which is taught; body of beliefs or ideas
adj. Unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
docile
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
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,My uniform was…
n. In one voice, My unison voice was demanding
adj. Showing complete agreement, I was unanimous during class
n. A speech made by a single person, His monolouge was very g…
uniform
adj. The same all the way through; consistent,My uniform was…
unison
n. In one voice, My unison voice was demanding
15 terms
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
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
complacent
docile
doctrine
gratuitous
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
n. That which is taught; body of beliefs or ideas
adj. Unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
docile
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
16 terms
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
10 terms
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
12 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
complacent
docile
doctrine
gratuitous
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
n. That which is taught; body of beliefs or ideas
adj. Unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
adj. Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
docile
adj. Easily taught; submissive to instruction
16 terms
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
12 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
17 terms
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
12 terms
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
12 terms
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…
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
approbation
culpable
culprit
decriminalize
n. Praise or approval
adj. Deserving blame
n. One responsible for a crime
v. To do away with legal penalties for
approbation
n. Praise or approval
culpable
adj. Deserving blame
64 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15-18
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
impartial
v. To command; to urge
n. An order which legally prevents something
n. An answer; a reply
adj. Having no bias or favor
enjoin
v. To command; to urge
injunction
n. An order which legally prevents something
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 18
incognito
cognitive
cognizant
sophisticate
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
adj. Relating to the processes of thought
adj. Aware
n. One well-traveled and knowlegeable about culture, etiquett…
incognito
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
cognitive
adj. Relating to the processes of thought
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15-18
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
impartial
v. To command; to urge
n. An order which legally prevents something
n. An answer; a reply
adj. Having no bias or favor
enjoin
v. To command; to urge
injunction
n. An order which legally prevents something
11 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 16
implicit
inexplicable
diverge
converge
adj. implied or understood but not directly expressed
adj. difficult or impossible to explain
v. to branch out; to go different ways
v. to come together; to gather; to meet
implicit
adj. implied or understood but not directly expressed
inexplicable
adj. difficult or impossible to explain
16 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
totalitarian
totality
holistic
catholic
adj. having to do with a government in which one person, grou…
n. completeness
adj. concerning the whole rather than the parts
adj. covering a broad range; universal
totalitarian
adj. having to do with a government in which one person, grou…
totality
n. completeness
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