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E3 - November Words

The English 3 November vocab words and roots.

Ab “away from”
abrasive adj. Harsh; rough.
abound 1. v. To exist in great quantities or numbers. 2. To be fully supplied or filled.
abscond 1. v. To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself.
abhor v. To detest thoroughly.
abstemious adj. sparing or moderate
Cerno/Cernere/Crevi/Cretum “to separate
discreet adj. Showing tact respect and restraint in speech or behavior.
ascertain v. To find out something for certain.
discern v. To perceive; to detect differences.
Frango/Frangere/Fregi/Fractum “to break”
infraction n. A violation
infringe v. To go beyond set limits (used with on or upon).
suffrage n. The right to vote
Super “above”
superlative adj. The highest; above the rest.
superfluous adj. Beyond what is required; extra.
Caedo/Caedere/Cecidi/Caesum “to cut”
concise adj. Saying or writing much in a few words.
herbicide n. A substance for killing plants
precise adj. Clearly expressed; exact; accurate in every detail.
Luien “to loosen” “to untie”
Lutos “capable of being untied”
analyze v. To look at something carefully by attention to its parts.
catalyst n. A force or person causing action
Solvo/Solvere/Solvi/Solutum “to loosen"
absolve v. To relieve of blame or obligation; to pardon a sin.
resolute adj. Determined; unshakable.n.
resolve 1. v. To make a firm decision about.2. To find a solution.
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