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Position Lesson 4

Classical Roots Lesson 4

extra (L) on the outside
extraneous adj. coming from outside; foreign/ not essential or vital
extraterrestrial adj. outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmosphere
extrovert n. a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, directing thoughts outward rather than inward
medius (L) middle
mediate v. to act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute
mediocrity n. the condition of being commonplace or ordinary, somewhere in the middle between high and low; a very ordinary person
medium n. a substance or element through which something is transmitted/a person thought to have communication with spirits of the dead
sequor, sequi, secutum (L) to follow
non sequitur n. a statement that does not follow logically from evidence
obsequious adj. excessively willing to yield to others
subsequent adj. coming after or later
sequester v. to go into hiding; to seek solitude/to isolate
Created by: hingram2000