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Word Roots 2

ant against;opposite
ex out, away, from
in in,into; not
agon struggle
culp fault, blame
prot first, ahead
-able able to be
-ate to make, to act, one who, that which
-ic like, related to
-ist one who
-y state of, quality of, body, group
com with together
agora marketplace, assembly
fort strong
phob fear of
-ation an action or process
-fy to make, to act, do
-ia condition
-tude state, quality, act
exculpate to clear from alleged fault or guilt, to free from blame
agony an intense feeling
culpable deserving
protagonist key figure in a contest or dispute, main character in a novel
antagonist contending with or opposing another, adverbial
inculpate to incriminate, to blame
fortitude courage and strength in bearing pain or trouble
agora a gathering place
fortification the act or process of strenthening
comfortable more than adequate
agoraphobia an abnormal fear of being in open or public places
fortify to strengthen, especially in order to protect
Created by: amour.keisha