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Vocab 13,14,and 15

Jasmine Jackson

cinct bind, border, surround
cuss strike, shake
precinct a part of a territory with definite boundaries
percussions the group of instruments that produce sounds by being struck, such as drums, cymbals , and tambourines
repercussions expressed in few words; concise
cincture anything that encircles, such as a belt or girdle
concussion an injury to the brain, often resulting from a blow to the head
succinct the effects, often remote or indirect, of some event or action
graph write, written
cinemat/cinemato/kin motion
esth/esthe perception, sensation
kinetic the ability to feel movement in the limbs and body
cinematic related to movement
kinesiology study of human musculoskeletal movement
cinematization relating to the production or showing of motion pictures
cinematography the process of adapting a novel, play, etc. for film or movies
anesthekinesia lost of sensibility and motor power
ciner ash
combus burn up
combustible able to burn easily
cinerary containing or used for ashes
combustion act or process of burning
incinerator a furnace for burning waste under controlled conditions
incombustible not capable of being burned
Created by: 12jasjac