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Unit 1 Nonfiction

This is for the Unit 1 Nonfiction Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
deemed thought or considered old English word Letter from Birmingham Jail
compelled required to com=together pel=urge Letter from Birmingham Jail
cognizant aware of, knowledgeable about cogn=to know or think Letter from Birmingham Jail
provincial regional, specific to one area of the country province=similar to a state or region Letter from Birmingham Jail
moratorium an end or temporary suspension mor=dead Letter from Birmingham Jail
retaliate to respond the same way that someone has acted upon, usually with harmful intent re=again Letter from Birmingham Jail
unfettered without chains, bondage, or restrain un=not fetters=chains Letter from Birmingham Jail
lamentably sadly lament=to show sadness Letter from Birmingham Jail
segregation the separate and unequal treatment of two groups se=away greg=groups Letter from Birmingham Jail
ordinance a law or code ord=correct Letter from Birmingham Jail
provocative exciting or stimulating pro=forward voc=voice The Winning Edge
opined stated an opinion related to opinion The Winning Edge
tenacious persistent in seeking a goal; putting maximum effort and strain ten=strain The Winning Edge
curdled spoiled or soured; gone bad curd=when something becomes chunky The Upside of Quitting
empirical based upon observation or experience; associated with empire: the most powerful form of truth The Upside of Quitting
poignant emotionally affecting; touching, moving poign=point The Upside of Quitting
correspondence letters and calls; forms of communication co=together respond=communicate Letter from Birmingham Jail
affiliated/affiliates officially attached or connected to an organization fils=son or part of a family Letter from Birmingham Jail
Created by: t9bailey