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Amo Derivatives

amiable He was a bright, kind, and witty fellow; he had an _____________________ personality.
enmity They oppose each other on the court, but there is otherwise no __________________ between the players.
amorous The newlywed couple was locked in an _______________________ gaze.
amateur A college athlete who is not paid for playing a sport is an ______________________ .
amicable Though they disagreed, the two parted on ____________________ terms.
enamored Many who visit Paris are _____________________ of the beautiful “City of Lights.”
amigo What word taken from Spanish might I call my friend?
enemy A defeated ___________________ of Rome was forced to “pass under the yoke” as a sign of submission.
adjective When a word ends with able or ous, what part of speech is it likely to be?
inimical In which derivative does the pre x in mean “not”?
Created by: kathleen.ferrell