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vocabulary 2018

terms for English

syn/sym same
scrip to write
port carry
gen family, life
mono/uni one single
auto self
domin to lead
struc to build
carn flesh
cred believe
ped foot
man hand
mob/mot move
bene good
mal bad
wince cringe
tenacious determined
condescend talk down to, humiliate
empathy feel bad, you know how it feels
console to soothe
fallible makes mistakes
luminous bright
hospitable friendly
ominous dark, threatening
grieve mourn
banish send out
contempt disgust, hatred
profound thoughtful, intense
indignant stubborn
ponder think
grimace dissapointed
tenacious determined
exubarent thrilled
apathetic not caring
condescend to look down at someone
empathy caring
banish get rid of
grieve to mourn over loss
ponder to think about
profound deep and thoughtful
indigant angry
dillemma serious problem
decorum a polite manner
Created by: tommygeer1