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Stems List #2

al pertaining to, of a kind of
ial relating to
ism beliefs, studies, or way of behaving
ize to make
ment an action or process
ive relating or belonging to
acquittal freeing from charge or offense, a judgement that a person is not guilty of charges
unethical unwilling to adhere to proper rules of conduct
communal used or shared in common by everyone in a group
superficial only concerned with what is on the surface or obvious; shallow (lacking depth)
celestial of or relating to the sky; heavenly
criticism the act of passing severe judgement; finding fault with something
mysticism a spiritual belief stating that a connection can be obtained with God or the spirits through thought and meditation
utilize to make use of something or to find a practical purpose for something
materialize to appear suddenly or unexpectedly
bombardment a continuous attack with artillery or bombers; a continuous attack with verbal questions
confinement the state of being enclosed or limited in space
kinship relationship by blood or marriage to another or others
apprenticeship when a person works for another in order to learn a trade
comparative judged by comparison; or in relation to something else
repulsive making somebody feel disgust or very strong dislike
Created by: Mrs. Joline