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Prefix Roots

English Vocab

TermDefinition
spec to see/watch
port to carry
frag/frac to break
manu hand
anim/life spirit
ex out
dis away,from
post after
pre before
cent 100
ject to throw or push in
grimace to frown
wince to cringe
tenacious go getting
exuberant excited
somber serious or sad
fallible makes mistakes
belligerent confrontational
intricate detailed
luminous filled with light
nape back
drone low continuous sound
surreal fantastic and incongruous imagery
bedraggled messy or wiped out condition
expound explain, add details
warily manner marked by careful caution
oxymoron two conflicting or contrasting terms
agape mouth wide open as in wonder or awe
nostalgia warm feeling remembering the past
rail to complain bitterly
conniving something immoral, illegal, or harmful
brusque brief, rude, abrupt
shroud dead person is wrapped
gaunt lean and haggard
manacle shackle
Created by: sapijaso