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Week 13 and 14 Words

pioneer etc

QuestionAnswer
mania craving, insanity
klept(o) to steal
crac government
co/com with, together
eer/or/er/yer/ist person who, that which
metre/meter to measure
maniacal of or pertaining to mania or a maniac.
maniac a raving or violently insane person; lunatic
kleptomaniac a person who craves to steal
aristocracy a class of persons holding exceptional rank and privileges
cohabit to live together as husband and wife
combine to bring into or join in a close union or whole; unite
pioneer a person who is among those who first enter or settle a region
lawyer a person whose profession is to represent clients in a court of law
abolitionist A person who tries to change a law by working against it
thermometer an instrument for measuring temperature
chronometer a timepiece
chromometer an apparatus for comparing the color of a substance
Semester half year term in high school in college
semiconscious partially aware
circumference the area of a circle
perimeter the continuous line surrounding a geometric shape
foreboding warning of something bad
premature earlier than expected
fracture broken bone or something
fragile easy to break
monogamy Staying with one partner for life
polygamy One person having more than one spouse at the same time
gamete sex cell, either a sperm or egg
dermatologist skin doctor
Created by: anniscott