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ject/sect

Mrs. SoRelle's vocabulary flashcards ject/sect

QuestionAnswer
bisect to cut into two pieces
dissect to cut apart in order to investigate
insect a class of small animals that have three separate sections
intersection the point at which two lines or roads meet
section a separate part of something
sectional a couch
sector a separate part of society, group, or area
transect to cut across something
trisect to cut into three pieces
vivisection surgery on living animals
dejected depressed
eject to throw out
injection a shot
interjection a word thrown into a conversation
jettison to throw goods overboard
projectile an object thrown into the air with great force
projector a machine that puts an image on the wall
reject to throw something out
subject to throw oneself under someone else's rule
trajectory the curved path of an object thrown into space
Created by: emsorelle