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stems 11-15

English 2 Wydo

cryptic hidden
path feeling
plus more
sed sit
contra against
cryptic having a hidden or mysterious meaning
antipathy feeling of intense disllike or hatred
surplus a quantity that is more that is needed
sedate calm, quite , or composed
contraband prohibited or illegal items
lent full of
epist knowledge
in not
nomy law
err wander
fraudulent deceitful, deliberately using, trickery to achieve something
epsitle a long , instructive letter
indiscreet lacking good judgement , rude , offensive
autonomy independence of freedom of will
errant devaiting from the regular or proper course
rid laugh
ten hold
prob test
ment mind
plat flat
deride to mock or laugh at in contempt
tenable capable of being held , maintained, or defended , against dispute
reprobate without morals , a person with morals
demented insane , mentally ill
platitude a flat or dull remark , cliche
scen stage
quis ask
ex out
ap away
transcend to go beyond;exceed
inquistion harsh , difficult, prolonged questioning
mutable constantly changing, fickle
exalted raised or elevated
appease to satify or relieve
Created by: currence