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English 1 Stems #5

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deductDefinition
deprive to take an amount away for some purpose; subtract
dependent to prevent somebody from having something
undernourished needing to rely on or trust in somebody or something for help or support, especially financial support
undertaker lacking enough nutrients for good health
underachiever a person whose profession is to prepare the dead for burial or cremation and to arrange funerals
adhesive A person who performs worse or achieves less success than expected.
adept a substance used to stick things together
adversary skillful, highly proficient or expert at something
malapropism an opponent in a conflict, contest, or debate
malediction the misuse of a word through confusion with another word that sounds similar, especially when the effect is ridiculous
malady a curse or evil spell
cataclysm Any disorder or disease of the body, especially one that is chronic.
catacomb a sudden and violent upheaval or disaster that causes great changes in society
catalyst somebody or something that makes a change happen or brings about an event
Created by: Cayden_Chance_21