Unit 1-6 Review

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  1. to force someone to comply or obey;, as by pressure, threat, or intimidation; to effect by force
    coerce
  2. to strenthen or confirm by aggreeing statements or new evidence
    corroborate
  3. to defeat completetly, overthow rout
    discomfit
  4. to thwart plans or purposes of; to throq into confution
    discomfit
  5. reclining; lying down resting
    recumbent
  6. the act of objecting or protesting
    remonstrance
  7. the act of formally or voluntarily giving up a claim or title
    renunciation
  8. abundantly supplied; well filled
    replete
  9. deserving of blame rebuke or censure
    reprehensible
  10. forcivle seizure in retaliation for injuries received done in return for injury received
    reprisal
  11. an interval of relief or rest a delay of punishment
    respite
  12. inclination to be silent
    reticene
  13. punishment for offenses; compensation
    retribution
  14. chirf first to rule
    ARCH
  15. to lie
    CUM CUMB
  16. to do to make
    FAC FACT FECT FIC
  17. to bear, to carry, to produce
    GER GEST
  18. water
    HYDR
  19. to fear
    PHOB
  20. to write
    SCRIB, SCRIPT
  21. god
    THE, THEO
  22. with together
    com-
  23. apart- away not
    die-
  24. over above above beyond
    hyper-
  25. back again
    re-
  26. state qulity act of
    -age
  27. state qulity act of
    -ence, -ency,, -ance, -ancy
  28. able to
    -ible
  29. state quality act of ing
    -tion, -ion
  30. Lacking freshness or originality; commonplace, ordinary
    Banal
  31. Trickery especially in legal dealings; the use of subterfuge or trickery in debate
    Chicanery
  32. One who organizes and manages a business, assuming the risk of profit or less
    Entrepreneur
  33. An inanimate object thought to have inherent magical powers, and therefore worshiped
    Fetish
  34. Anything irrationally reverenced
    Fetish
  35. Hatefully bad or wicked; abominable
    Heinous
  36. Thinking deeply or seriously, often of sad or melancholy things
    Pensive
  37. Pleasantly sharp or pungent to taste; whetting to the appetite
    Piquant
  38. Stimulating or exciting interest or curiosity
    Piquant
  39. Expressing sorrow; mournful
    Plaintive
  40. Powerful; mighty
    Puissant
  41. Formidable; causing fear; commanding respect
    Redoubtable
  42. Forceful and effective; keen, penetrating
    Trenchant
  43. Green with growing plant or grass; green in color
    Verdant
  44. Unripe in knowledge or judgment; unsophisticated
    Verdant
  45. Mis-1
    Bad(ly), Wrong(ly)
  46. Mis-2
    Hater, hatred
  47. Trans-
    Across
  48. Un-
    Not
  49. AGON
    Struggle, contest
  50. CAD, CAS, CID
    to fall, to befall, to happen
  51. DIC, DICT
    To say
  52. FER
    To bear, to carry
  53. JUR
    To swear
  54. Mort
    Death
  55. OMNI
    All
  56. PEND, PENS
    To hang, to weigh, to pay
  57. -ac, -iac
    Pertaining to
  58. -er, -yer
    One who, that which
  59. -ian
    One who
  60. -men
    Result of
  61. Outstandingly bad
    Egregious
  62. To flow forth or originate from a source
    Emanate
  63. Profit or gain arising from employment or position
    Emolument
  64. A state of urgency; a situation calling for immediate action
    Exigency
  65. Necessary or suitable under the circumstances
    Expedient
  66. Based on what is to one’s advantage, rather than on what is right
    Expedient
  67. To root out or destroy completely; to exterminate, eradicate
    Extirpate
  68. Imbibe to drink; to absorb or take in with the senses as if by drinking
    Imbibe
  69. To imprison
    Incarcerate
  70. Fearless
    Intrepid
  71. To cover with water; to overwhelm as if with a flood
    Inundate
  72. A violent verbal attack; an abusive term
    Invective
  73. Firmly established over a long period; settled on a habit
    Inveterate
  74. Out (of), away from, without, intensive
    Ex-
  75. In, into
    In-1
  76. Not
    In-2
  77. With, together
    Syn-
  78. To do, to drive
    AG, ACT
  79. Book
    BIBLE
  80. To take, to seize
    CAP, CARP, CEPT, CIP
  81. To learn, to slope
    CLIN
  82. Faith
    FID
  83. Birth, race, kind, cause
    GEN, GENIT
  84. Foot
    PED
  85. To drag, to draw
    TRACT
  86. One who, that which, -ing
    -ent1
  87. Like, pertaining to, -ing
    -ent2
  88. That which; state quality act of
    -ment
  89. State, quality, act, result of
    -y
  90. not capable of sin; faultless
    impeccable
  91. not easily discrouaged or defeated; uncinquerable
    indomitabl
  92. rising in active revolt against constituted authority
    insurgent
  93. to make unnecessary; to prevent or to do away with
    obviate
  94. feeling sorrow for one's sins and being willing to repent
    penitent
  95. tending to destroy; dangerous to the moral, socail, or political welfare or society
    pestilent
  96. to put off doing something until a future time; to postpone habitfully;
    procrastinate
  97. to shew the cud; to meditate or reflect on
    ruminate
  98. loud, harsh, and grating
    strident
  99. extremly poisonous, highly injurioud bitterky antagonistic or spiteful
    virtulent
  100. to weaken morally; to corrupt
    vitiate
  101. to render legally ineffective
    vitiate
  102. susceptible to wounds; open to attack.
    vulnerable
  103. under below
    hypo-
  104. against toward completely
    ob-
  105. forward
    pro-
  106. over above, beyond
    super-
  107. to love
    AM
  108. head
    CAPIT, CIPIT
  109. to throw
    Jac Ject
  110. to move
    MOV, MOT, MOB
  111. feeling, suffering, disease
    PATH
  112. first, original primitive
    PROTO
  113. to know
    SCI
  114. to come
    VEN, VENT,
  115. able to (be)
    -able
  116. to make, to act, ect.
    -ate1
  117. having the quality of
    -ate2
  118. one who, that which
    -ate3
  119. mercy in the exercise of authority or power; lenuency toward an offender ir enemy
    clemency
  120. Insulting ir iffensivly contemptuous treatment which tends to infkict dishonor and humiliation upon someone; a humiliating insult
    contumely
  121. a funeral song or lament; any song or poem expressing mourning
    dirge
  122. the quality of being thrifty ; not spending or using unnecessarily
    frugality
  123. A brerak or intyerruption in simething; a gap; a pause
    hiatus
  124. one who works at cutting, polishing or engraving gems
    lapidary
  125. pertaining to the art of cutting or engraving [recious stones
    lapidary
  126. a begger
    mendicant
  127. extreme povery
    penury
  128. the act of stealing using the ideas or writtings as one's own
    plagarism
  129. a person or thing that goes before e and heralds the coming of another person or one who precedes another in a course or office
    precursor
  130. Authoritative permmission for an action
    saction
  131. a well-paid position with little or no responsibility
    sinecure
  132. two
    di-
  133. not
    non-
  134. before
    pre-
  135. apart
    se-
  136. BIO
    life
  137. CARN
    flesh
  138. CURS,CURS, COURSE
    to run, to go
  139. JUNCT, JUG, JOIN
    to join, to maryy
  140. PET,PETIT
    to seek , to assail
  141. PCYCH
    mind, soul
  142. TOM
    to cut, a section
  143. VIV
    to live
  144. state, quality, act of
    -ism
  145. like, having the quality of
    -ly1
  146. in the manner of
    -ly2
  147. one who, that which, state quality act of
    -or
  148. one who holds that the existence of God is unknown and unknowable; one who asserts that all claims to knowledge are uncertain
    agnostic
  149. a person or thing accursed or consigned to damnation; formal ecclesiastical curse or ban
    anathema
  150. a person ori thing greatly detested
    anathema
  151. a curse or thing greatly detested
    anathema
  152. capapble of burning, corroding, or destroying tissue by chemical action
    caustic
  153. cutting or sarcastic in utterance
    caustic
  154. a test, rule, or standard by which somehting is judged
    criterion
  155. Physically or morally
    deleterious
  156. a leader who appearls to the emontions and prejudices of the populace in order to
    • obtain power
    • demagogue
  157. a name or title used to describle or characterize a person or thing
    epithet
  158. a temperament peculiar to an individual; any personal perculiarity or mannerism
    idiosyncrasy
  159. a supposed rememfor all diseases or ills
    panacea
  160. excess; superabuundent
    plethora
  161. a fictitious neam, as one assumed by an author
    pseudonym
  162. occuring in occasional or isolated in stances
    sporadic
  163. up, back, again
    ana-
  164. out, out of
    ec-
  165. upon, outiside, beyond
    epi- (ep-)
  166. all
    pan-
  167. ANTHROP
    man, human, being
  168. CEDE CEED CESS
    to go, to yeild
  169. DEM(O)
    people
  170. LEG LECT LIG
    to choose, to gather, to read
  171. NOMEN, NOMIN, NOM
    name
  172. PHIL
    to love
  173. RUPT
    to break
  174. SERV
    to serve, to protect, to save
  175. state, quality, act of
    -acy, -cy
  176. state, quality, act of
    -ery -ry
  177. state quality act of
    -ice
  178. pertaining to, having the quality of
    -otic

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