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  1. US/UT
    TO USE

    • abuse
    • usage
    • usurp: to seize and hold
    • utilitarian: efficient, functional, useful
  2. VEN/VENT
    TO COME OR MOVE FORWARD

    • convene
    • venturesome
    • intervene
    • contravene: ant- comply with
    • adventitious: accidental
  3. VER
    TRUTH


    • veracious: habitually truthful
    • verity: truthfulness
    • verisimilitude: the semblance of truth
    • aver: to affirm, declare to be true
  4. VERD
    GREEN

    verdure: fresh, rich vegetation
  5. VERS/VERT
    TO TURN

    • controversey
    • revert
    • diverse
    • aversion
    • introvert
    • inadvertant: unintentional
    • covert
    • avert
  6. VI
    LIFE

    • vicarious: performed, exercised, received in place of another
    • viable: capable of living
    • **feasible, ANTONYMS impracticable.
    • vivacity:quality of being lively
  7. VID/VIS
    to see

    • evident
    • vista: view or prospect
    • adviser
  8. VIL
    • BASE, MEAN
    • (base: adj without moral principles; ignoble)
    • vilify: to slander, defame
    • revile: to criticize with harsh language
  9. VOC/VOK
    TO CALL

    • avocation: something someone does in addition to a principle occpation
    • vociferous: crying out noisily, vehement, clamourous
    • convoke: to call together
    • invoke:
    • 1. to call on a diety, conjure (up).
    • 2. cite, refer to, adduce, instance; resort to,have recourse to, turn to.
    • 3 appeal to, pray to, call on, supplicate, entreat,solicit, beg, implore; literary beseech.
  10. VOL
    TO WISH

    • malevolent: malicious, baleful malign, malignant, rancorous, vicious,malefic, maleficent.
    • benevolent
    • volition: of one's own free will
  11. VOR
    TO EAT

    voracious
  12. SUA
    SMOOTH
  13. persuade
    assuage: to make less severe
  14. **expedient
    • ADJ :a politically expedient strategy: convenient, advantageous,
    • NOUN: a temporary expedient: measure, means, method, stratagem, contrivance, ploy, machination, dodge.
  15. artifice
    • noun: in our trade, artifice is an asset:
    • trickery, guile, cunning, artfulness, wiliness, craftiness, slyness, chicanery;
    • fraud, fraudulence.
  16. SUB/SUP
    BELOW

    • submissive
    • subterfuge:
    • 1. an artifice or expedient used to evade a rule, guile, cunning,craftiness, chicanery, pretense, fraud, fraudulence.
    • 2. a disreputable subterfuge: trick, hoax, ruse, wile, ploy, stratagem, artifice,
    • supposition: the act of assuming
  17. SUPER/SUR
    ABOVE

    • surpass
    • supersede
    • supercilious: arrogant
    • surmount: to get over or across, prevail
  18. TAC/TIC
    TO BE SILENT

    • reticent: disposed to be silent or not to speak freely
    • tacit: ANT: explicit
    • taciturn: uncommunicative
  19. TAIN/TEN/TENT/TIN
    TO HOLD

    • tenacious: holding fast
    • tenure: the holding or possesing of anything
    • tenable: capable of being held maintained or defended; ANTONYMS indefensible.
    • sustenance: nourishment
    • pertinacious: stubborn, determined, tenacious ANT: irresolute,tentative.
  20. TEND/TENS/TENT/TENU
    TO STRETCH TO THIN

    • tentative
    • tendentious: having a predispoistion towards a point of view
    • distend: to expand by stretching
    • extenuating: making less serious by offering excuses,
    • contentious: quarrelsome, disagreeable, belligerent, controversial
  21. THEO
    GOD

    • theocracy: a form of government in which a deity is recognized as the supreme ruler
    • apotheosis:
    • 1. glorification
    • 2. culmination or climax
  22. TRACT
    TO DRAG/ TO PULL

    • attract
    • detract
    • tractable: easily managed or controlled
    • protract: to prolong, draw out, extend ANT: curtail
  23. TRANS
    ACROSS

    • transgress: violate a law
    • transcendent: going beyond ordinary limits, mystical, incomprabable
    • intransigent: refusing to agree or compromise, obstinate, obdurate, ANTONYMS compliant.
  24. A
    WITHOUT

    • amoral
    • atypical
    • anomaly: irregularity
    • agnostic: one who questions the existense of god
  25. AB/ABS
    OFF, AWAY FROM, APART, DOWN

    • abduct
    • abhor
    • abolish
    • abnormal
    • abstruse: hard to understand, secret, hidden
  26. AC/ACR
    SHARP, BITTER

    • acid
    • acute
    • acerbic: astringent in taste. harsh in temper
    • acrid
    • acrimonious:
    • 1. caustic
    • 2. rancorous, acerbic, scathing, sarcastic, acid
    • 3. virulent, vicious, vitriolic, hostile, venomous, malign, malicious
    • exacerbate: increase bitterness or violence
  27. ACT/AG
    TO DO, TO DRIVE, TO FORCE; TO LEAD

    • agile
    • agitate
    • litigate
    • prodigal: wasteful or recklessly extravagant
    • pedagogue: a teacher
    • synagogue: a gathering or congregation of jews
  28. AD/AL
    TO, TOWARD, NEAR

    • adapt
    • adjacent
    • addict: to give oneself, as habit
    • admire
    • address
    • adhere
    • adjoin
    • advocate
  29. AL/ALI/ALTER
    OTHER, ANOTHER

    • alternative
    • alias
    • alibi
    • alien
    • alter ego
    • altruist
    • allegory
  30. AM
    LOVE

    • amateur: engages for pleasure not professional gain
    • amatory: of or pertaining to lovers
    • amenity: agreeable ways or manners, facility
    • amity: peaceful harmony, friendship
    • inamorata: a female lover
    • amicable: characterized by exhibiting good will; ANT unfriendly
  31. AMB
    TO WALK, TO GO

    • ambient: moving freely, circulating, of or relating to the immediate surroundings of something
    • preamble
    • ambassador
    • ambush
    • perambulator-one who males a tour of inspection on foot
  32. AMBI/AMPH
    BOTH, MORE THAN ONE, AROUND

    • ambiguous
    • amphibian
    • ambidextrous
  33. ANIM:
    OF LIFE, MIND, SOUL, SPIRIT

    • unanimous: in complete accord ANT: divided
    • animosity: a feeling of ill will or enmity ANT: goodwill, friendship
    • animus: hostile feeling or attitude, motivation to do something
    • equanimity: mental or emotional stability, composure; ANT: anxiety
    • magnanimous: generous in forgiving an insult or injury ANT: selfish
  34. ANNUE/ENNI
    YEAR

    • annual
    • annuity: a specified income payable at stated intervals
    • perennial: lasting for an indefinite amount of time
    • annals: records of events, esp yearly record
  35. ANTE
    BEFORE

    • antecedent
    • antedate: precede in time
    • antediluvian: before the flood, out of date
  36. ANTHRO/ANDR
    MAN/HUMAN

    • andriod: robot mechanical man
    • philanderer: one who carries on flirtations, womanizer
    • androgen: any substance that promotes masculine qualities
    • anthropocentric: regarding man as the central fact of the universe
  37. ANTI
    AGAINST

    • antibody
    • antiseptic
    • antipathy
    • antipodal: on the opposite side of the globe
  38. APO
    AWAY

    • apology
    • apostle: missionary, disicple
    • apocalypse: the complete destruction of the work
    • apostasy: a total desertion of ones religion or political belief
  39. ARCH/ARCHI/ARCHY
    CHIEF, PRINCIPAL, RULER

    • architect
    • archenemy
    • monarchy
    • anarchy
    • oligarchy: society ruled by a select grop
  40. AUTO
    SELF

    • automatic
    • autocrat: an absolute ruler
    • autonomy
  41. BE
    TO BE; TO HAVE A PARTICULAR QUALITY; TO EXIST

    • belittle
    • bemoan: express pity for
    • bewilder: to confuse or puzzle completely
    • belie: misrepresent, contradict ANT: testify to, reveal
  42. BE/BEL
    WAR

    • antebellum
    • rebel
  43. BEN/BON
    GOOD

    • Benign
    • bona fide: in good faith, without fraud
    • bonus: something given over and above what is due
  44. BI
    TWICE, DOUBLE

    bilateral
  45. ***profligate
    • adjective
    • 1 profligate local authorities: wasteful, extravagant, spendthrift,improvident, prodigal. ANTONYMS thrifty, frugal.
    • 2 a profligate lifestyle: dissolute, degenerate, dissipated, debauched promiscuous, licentious,libertine, decadent, abandoned, fast; sybaritic, voluptuary.ANTONYMS moral, upright.

    • noun
    • 1. he was an out-and-out profligate: libertine, debauchee, degenerate,dissolute, roué, rake, sybarite, voluptuary.
  46. CAD/CID
    TO FALL, TO HAPPEN BY CHANCE

    • accident
    • decadent:
    • Adjective 1. decaying, deteriorating, dissolute, licentious, profligate; sybaritic, hedonistic, pleasure-seeking, self-indulgent
    • 2. the decadent empire: declining,, ebbing, degenerating,
    • recidivist: one who repeatedly relapses, as into crime
  47. CANT/CENT/CHANT
    TO SING

    • accent
    • recant: to disavow a statement
    • incantation: the chanting of words purporting to have magical power
    • incentive: that which invites actions
  48. CAPT/CIP/CEPT
    TO TAKE; TO GET

    • emancipate: free from restraint
    • percipient: having perception, discerning
    • precept:
    • 1. the precepts of Orthodox Judaism: principle, rule, tenet, canon, doctrine, dictate, dictum, injunction, commandment; prescript
    • 2. maxim, saying, adage, axiom,aphorism, apophthegm.
  49. CAP/CAPIT/CIPIT
    HEAD, HEADLONG
  50. capital
    • precipice: cliff with a vertical face
    • capitulate: to surrender unconditionally, ANT: resist,
  51. CARD/CORD/COUR
    HEART

    • cardiac
    • concord: peace, agreement, ANT: concord
    • encourage: inspire wih confidence
  52. CARN
    FLESH

    • carnage: slaughter of a great number of people
    • incarnation: being invested with a bodily form
  53. CAST/CHAST
    CUT

    • cast: to throw, hurl
    • caste: social group limited to people of same rank
    • chaste: free from obscenity, decent
    • adjective
    • 1 virginal,virgin, intact, maidenly,unmarried, unwed;
    • celibate, self-denying,continent;
    • innocent, virtuous, pure, unsullied, vestal. ANTONYMS promiscuous, immoral.
    • 2 nonsexual, platonic, innocent. ANTONYMS passionate
    • 3. plain, simple, bare, unadorned, unembellished, austere.ANTONYMS ostentatious.
  54. CED/CEED/CESS:
    TO GO TO YIELD TO STOP

    • antecedent
    • concede
    • 1. Admit ANT: deny
    • 2. Surrender ANT: retain

    incessant
  55. CERN/CERT/CRET/CRIM/CRIT
    TO SEPARATE; TO JUDGE; TO DISTINGUISH; TO DECIDE

    • Distcreet: judicious in ones conduct of speech; unobtrusive
    • certitude: certainty ANT: doubt
  56. CIS
    TO CUT

    incisive
  57. CLA/CLO/CLU
    SHUT;CLOSE

    • cloister: courtard bordered with covered walks, esp in religious institution
    • 1. walkway, covered walk, arcade, loggia,gallery.
    • 2 abbey, monastery, friary, convent, priory,nunnery.
    • preclude: to prevent the presence, existence or occurrence of
  58. CLI
    TO LEAN TOWARD
  59. decline
    proclivity: inclination, bias
  60. CO/COL/COM/CON:
    WITH, TOGETHER

    • conciliate: to placate, appease ANT: provoke
    • commensurate:
    • 1 equivalent, correspondent, comparable, proportionate,
    • 2 appropriate to
  61. COUR/CUR
    RUNNING, A COURSE

    • recur: to happen again
    • incursion: hostile entrance
    • cursory: perfunctory, desultory ANT: thoroughly
  62. CRE/CRESC/CRET
    TO GROW

    • accrue
    • accretion: increase by natural growth
  63. CRED
    TO BELIEVE, TRUST

    • credo: axiom, creed, tenet, canon
    • credulity: tendency to believe or trust too readily
  64. CRYP
    HIDDEN

    • apocryphal: of doubtful authorship or authenticity, fictitious ANT: authentic
    • crypt: tomb, ossuary
  65. CULP
    TO BLAME

    Mea culpa:through my fault
  66. CUB/CUMB
    TO LIE DOWN

    • cubicle: any office that is partitioned off
    • incubate: Sit upon for the purpose of hatching
    • incumbent: holding an indicated position
    • recumbent: lying down, reclining, leaning
  67. DAC/DOC
    TO TEACH

    • didactic: intended for instruction
    • docile: easily managed, malleable, biddable, deferential, ANT: disobedient, willful
  68. DE
    AWAY OFF, DOWN, COMPLETELY, REVERSAL

    • Descend: to move from a higher to a lower place
    • decipher: to make out the meaning, interpret
  69. DEM
    PEOPLE
  70. DI/DIA
    APART/ THROUGH

    • Dilatory:
    • 1. inclined to delay, lazy. ANTONYMS fast, prompt.
    • 2 stalling, temporizing,procrastinating, filibustering.
  71. DIC/DICT/DIT
    TO SAY, TO TELL, TO USE WORDS

    • interdict:
    • 1. to forbid, prohibit ,proscribe, embargo, disallow, debar, Lawenjoin. ANTONYMS permit.
    • 2 intercept, stop, ;obstruct, impede, block; detain. ANTONYMS facilitate.
  72. DIGN
    WORTH

    • dignity: nobility or elevation of character, propriety
    • dignitary: a person who holds a high rank or office
    • deign:
    • 1. to think fit or in accordance with ones dignity;
    • 2. condescend, stoop, demean oneself; consent, vouchsafe;
    • condign: well deserved; fitting; adequate
  73. DIS/DICT/DIT
    TO SAY TELL USE WORDS
  74. DIS/DIF:
    AWAY FROM, APART, REVERSAL, NOT
  75. DOG/DOX
    OPINION
  76. DOL
    SUFFER/PAIN
  77. DOT/DOT/DOW
    TO GIVE

    • endow: provide with permanent fund
    • antidote
  78. DUB
    DOUBT

    dubiety: doubtfulness
  79. DUC/DUCT
    TO LEAD

    Conducive: ANT unfavorable
  80. DUR
    HARD

    • duress: compulsion by threat, coercion
    • dour: sullen gloomy, stern, austere; ANT cheerful
  81. DYS
    FAULTY, ABNORMAL

    • Dystrophy: faulty or inadequate nutrition or development
    • dyspepsia: impaired digestion
  82. E/EF/EX
    OUT OF, OUT, FROM, FORMER, COMPLETELY

    efface: to rub or wipe out, surpass, eclipse, make oneself inconspicious
  83. EPI
    UPON

    • epithet: a word or phrase used invectively as a term of abuse, sobriquet, moniker, appellation, denomination.
    • epigram:
    • 1. witticism, quip, bon mot;
    • 2. maxim, adage, aphorism, apophthegm, epigraph; informal one-liner, wisecrack, (old) chestnut.
  84. EQU:
    EQUAL; EVEN

    iniquity: gross injustice
  85. ERR
    TO WANDER

    • arrant: downright, thorough, notorious, utter
    • errant:
    • 1. offending ANT: innocent, lawabiding
    • 2. traveling, itinerant, roving ANT: sedentary
  86. ESCE
    BECOMMING

    • Obsolescent: becoming obsolete, moribund
    • convalescent: recovering from illness
  87. EU
    GOOD, WELL
  88. eugenics: the improvement of qualities of race by contro of inherited characteristics
  89. EXTRA
    OUTSIDE BEYOND

    • extradite: to hand over, deport, repatriate
    • extrasensory
  90. FAB/FAM
    SPEAK

    • fable:
    • affable: easy to talk to, nice, ANT unfriendly
    • ineffable: unutterable, indescribable
    • defame: attack of good name
  91. FAC/FIC/FIG/FAIT/FEIT/FY:
    TO DO; TO MAKE

    • faction: small dissenting group within a larger one
    • deficient
    • prolific: producing many offspring or much output
    • ratify: confirm or accept by formal consent ANT: reject
    • effigy: sculpture or model of person, likeness, image
  92. FER
    TO BRING, TO CARRY TO BEAR

    • confer: to grant, bestow; consult
    • referendum: to vote on the political question open to the entire electorate, plebiscite
    • proffer: to offer ANT: refuse, withdraw
  93. FERV
    to BOIL BUBLE
  94. FID:
    FAITH, TRUST

    • affidavit: written statement on oath
    • fiduciary: of a trust, held or given in trust, involving trust, esp. with regard to the relationship between a trustee and a beneficiary : heir
  95. FIN
    END
  96. FLAG/FLAM
    TO BURN

    • flambeau: a lighted torch
    • flagrant: blatant, scandalous
    • conflagration: a large destructive fire
    • flag: banner; indicate; become weaker
  97. FLECT/FLEX
    TO BEND

    Genuflect: kneel in worship
  98. FLU/FLUX
    TO FLOW

    • Effluence: flowing out of (light electricity), or substance that flows out of something
    • confluence: convergence
    • mellifluous: pleasing, musical
  99. FORE
    BEFORE

    forthright: straightforward, outspoken decisive
  100. FORT
    CHANCE

    fortuitous: happening by luck
  101. FORT
    STRENGTH
  102. FRA/FRAC/FRAG/FRING
    TO BREAK

    • fractious:
    • 1. irritable, peevish ANT: contented, affable
    • 2. wayward, recalcitrant, contumacious ANT: dutiful
    • refractory: obstreperous, wayward, balky, froward ANT: obedient
    • infringe:
    • 1. contravene ANT: comply with
    • 2. restrict, impair ANT: preserve
  103. FUS:
    TO POUR

    • profuse:
    • 1. lavish, copious, effusive
    • 2. riotous, teeming, rampant, luxuriant ANT: meager, sparse
    • fusillade: continuous discharge of firearms or outburst of criticism, salvo, barrage
    • suffuse: permeate, imbue
    • diffuse:
    • 1. to spread out, diasporic
    • 2. verbose, periphrastic, maundering, digressive
    • infusion
  104. GEN
    BIRTH, CREATION, RACE, KIND

    • congenital:
    • 1. inborn ANT: acquired
    • 2. inveterate, compulsive, persistent
    • progeny: offspring, descendants
    • miscegenation: interbreeding of races
  105. GR/GNO:
    KNOW

    ignoramus: a person lacking knowledge, uninformed
  106. GRAD/GRESS
    TO STEP

    • degrade: reduce to lower rank
    • egress: going out
  107. GRAT
    PLEASING

    ingratiate: to bring oneself into favor, toady to
  108. HER/HES
    TO STICK

    • adherent
    • heredity
  109. HOMO
    SAME

    homonym: spelled and sound the same
  110. HYPER
    OVER, EXCESSIVE
  111. HYPO
    UNDER, BENEATH, LESS THAN

    hypothesis
  112. IDIO
    ONE'S OWN

    idiom: parlance, argot, patter, locution
  113. IM/IN/EM/EN
    IN, INTO

    • influx
    • embrace
    • enclose
  114. IM/IN
    NOT, WITHOUT

    • indolence: inertia; slothful, torpor, langour, hebetude, torpidity
    • indigent: poor, insolvent, penurious, ANT: rich
  115. INTER
    BETWEEN, AMONG

    intermittent: stopping or ceasing for a time
  116. JECT
    TO THROW, TO THROW DOWN
  117. JOIN/JUNCT
    TO MEET, TO JOIN

    junta: usually military) , clique taking power after a coup d'état
  118. JUR
    TO SWEAR

    • abjure: to renounce on oath, repudiate, abnegate,
    • adjure: beg or command, urge request
  119. LAV/LUT/LUV
    TO WASH
  120. LECT/LEG
    TO SELECT. TO CHOOSE

    eclectic: selecting ideas, etc
  121. LEV
    LIFT, LIGHT, RISE

    levee: embankment against river flooding
  122. LOC/LOG/LOQU
    WORD, SPEECH

    • Grandiloquent: pompous inflated language
    • elocution: art of clear and expressive speaking
  123. LUC/LUM/LUS
    LIGHT

    • illustrious:highly distinguished
    • lackluster: lacking luster
  124. LUD/LUS
    TO PLAY

    • delude: to mislead the mind or judgement of deceive
    • prelude: a preliminary to an action event etc.
  125. MAG/MAJ/MAX
    BIG

    magnate: influential person
  126. MAL/MALE
    BAD, ILL, EVIL, WRONG

    • malign: to speak harmful untruths about
    • to slander

    • malady: disorder disease of body
    • malapropism: humorous misuse of a word
    • malfeasance: misconduct or wrongdoing often committed by a public official
  127. MAN
    HAND

    • manual
    • emancipate
  128. MIN
    SMALL

    minutiae: small or trivial details
  129. MIN
    TO PROJECT, HANGOVER

    • imminent: about to occur, impending
    • preeminent: superior to or notable above all others
    • minatory: menacing, threatening
  130. MIS/MIT
    TO SEND
  131. MISC
    MIXED

    miscegenation: interbreeding of races
  132. MON/MONT
    TO REMIND; TO WARN

    • admonish: caution; counsel against something
    • monitor: one that admonishes
  133. MORPH
    SHAPE

    anthropomorphism: attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals or natural phenomena
  134. MORT
    DEATH
  135. MUT
    CHANGE

    permutation: complete transformation
  136. NAT/NAS/NAI
    TO BE BORN

    cognate: related by blood; having a common ancestor
  137. NIC/NOC/NOX
    HARM

    • innocent
    • innocuous
  138. NOM
    RULE, ORDER

    • economy
    • autonomy
  139. NOM/NYM/NOUN/NOWN
    NAME

    • nomenclature
    • nominal
  140. NOUNC/NUNC
    TO ANNOUNCE
  141. NOV/NEO/NOU
    NEW

    • neologism: newly coined word, phrase, or expression
    • neophyte: a recent convert
  142. OB/OC/OF/OP
    TOWARD/TO/AGAINST/OVER

    • obstreperous: noisliy defiant, unruly
    • obfuscate: to render indistinct or dim
    • obscure,confuse, make unclear, blur, muddle, complicate, muddy, cloud,befog. ANTONYMS clarify.2 her work became more and more obfuscated by mathematics and jargon:bewilder, mystify, puzzle, perplex, confuse, baffle, confound,bemuse, befuddle, nonplus; informal flummox.
    • obsequious: over submissive
  143. OMNI
    ALL
  144. PAC/PEAC
    PEACE
  145. PAN
    ALL, EVERYONE

    • panegyric: formal or elaborate praise at an assembly
    • panoply: a wide ranging and impressive array or display
  146. PAR
    EQUAL

    apartheid: any system that separates people according to race etc.
  147. PARA
    NEXT TO, BESIDE

    • parable
    • parasite
    • paragon: a model of excellence
  148. PAS/ PAT/PATH
    FEELING, SUFFERING, DISEASE

    pathogenic: causing disease
  149. PAU/PO/POV/PU
    FEW, LITTLE, POOR

    • paucity: scarcity, scantiness
    • pusillanimous: lacking courage or resolution
    • puerile: childish, i
  150. PED
    CHILD, EDUCATION
  151. PED/POD
    FOOT

    • expedite:speed up process of
    • podium
    • antipodes: places diametrically opposite each other on the globe
  152. PEN/PUN:
    TO PAY, TO COMPENSATE

    • penal: of or pertaining to punishment, as for crimes
    • punitive: serving for, concerned with or inflicting punishment
    • penance: a punishment undergone to express regret for a sin
    • penitent: contrite, remorseful
  153. PEND /PENS
    TO HANG, TO WEIGHT, TO PAY

    • indispensable
    • appendage
  154. PER
    COMPLETELY

    • perfunctory: performed merely as a routine duty
    • pertinacious: resolute
    • determined, tenacious,persistent, persevering, purposeful, resolute, dogged, indefatigable,insistent, single-minded, unrelenting, relentless, tireless, unshakable;stubborn, obstinate, inflexible, unbending. ANTONYMS irresolute,tentative.
    • perspicacious: shrewd, astute
  155. PERI
    AROUND

    Peripatetic: walking or traveling about, itinerant
  156. PET/PIT
    TO GO, TO SEEK, TO STRIVE

    • appetite
    • centripetal
    • compete
    • petulant: showing sudden irritation
  157. PHIL
    LOVE

    • philosophy
    • philatelist: loves to collect postage stamps
  158. PLAC
    PLEASE

    • placebo
    • placid
  159. PLE
    TO FILL

    Deplete: to decrease seriously or exhaust the supply of
  160. PLEX/PLIC/PLY
    TO FOLD, TO TWIST, TANGLE, BEND

    • implicit
    • supplicate
  161. PON/POS/POUND
    TO PUT TO PLACE

    repository
  162. PORT
    TO CARRY

    • disport: to divert or amuse oneself
    • importune: to urge or press with excessive persistance
  163. POST
    AFTER

    post facto
  164. PRE
    BEFORE

    precocious: unusually advanced or mature in mental development or talent
  165. PREHEND/PRISE
    TO TAKE, TO GET, TO SEIZE

    • surprise: to strike with unexpected feeling of wonder or astonishment
    • enterprise: a project undertaken
    • reprehensible: deserving rebuke or censure
    • reprisals: retaliation against an enemy
  166. PRO
    • MUCH, FOR A LOT
    • prolific: highly fruitful
    • prodigious: extraordinary in size amount or extent
    • proselytize: to convert or attempt to recruit
  167. PROB
    TO PROVE, TO TEST

    • approbation: praise, consideration
    • opprobrium: the disgrace incurred by shameful conduct
    • reprobate: wicked depraved person
    • probity: honesty
  168. PUG
    TO FIGHT

    pugilist: a fighter or boxer
  169. PUNC/PUNG/POIGN
    punctilious:strict or exact in the observance of formalities
  170. QUE/QUIS:
    TO SEEK

    • querulous: full of complaints
    • perquisite: a gratuity a tip
  171. QUI
    QUIET

    quiescence: the condition of being at rest
  172. RID/RIS
    TO LAUGH

    risible: causing laughter
  173. ROG
    TO ASK

    • arrogate: to claim unwarrantably
    • abrogate: to abolish by formal means
  174. SACR/SANCT/SECR
    SACRED

    execrable: abominable
  175. SAL/SIL/SAULT/SULT
    TO LEAP TO JUMP

    • exult: to show or feel triumphant joy
    • desultory: at random, unmethodical
  176. SCI
    TO KNOW

    unconscionable: unscrupulous
  177. SCRIBE:SCRIP
    TO WRITE
  178. SE
    APART

    • sedition: incitement of discontent or rebellion against goverment
    • secede
  179. SEC/SEQU
    TO FOLLOW

    • obsequious: fawning
    • non sequitur: an interference or a conclusion that does not follow from the premises
  180. SED/SESS/SID
    TO SIT, TO BE STILL, TO PLAN, TO PLOT

    • dissident
    • subsidiary: serving to assist or supplement
    • insidious: intended to entrap or beguile
    • assiduous: diligent,persistent, hardworking
  181. SENS/SENT
    TO FEEL, TO BE AWARE


    • sentinel: person or thing that stands watch
    • insensate: without feeling or sensitivity
  182. SOL
    LOOSEN, TO FREE

    • dissolution
    • absolution: forgiveness for wrongdoing
  183. SPEC/SPIC/SPIT
    TO LOOK, TO SEE

    • perspicacious: having keen mental perception
    • conspicuous: easily seen or noticed, readily observable
    • specious: deceptively attractive
  184. STA/SIT
    TO STAND, TO BE IN PLACE

    • Statis: state of equilibrium or inactivity caused by opposing equal forces
    • apostasy: renunciation of an object of one's previous loyalty

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