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CR 8 11-12

Lessons 11-12

Ad Latin for to or toward
ad hoc adj. for a specific purpose or situation
admonish tr. v. to scold gently but firmly or to caution and warn
assimilate v. to digest or to cause to become part of a whole
Oleo Latin for to smell
olfactory adj. pertaining to the sense of smell
redolent adj. smelling strong or full of memories
Sono Latin for To sound
resonate intr. v. to produce or show sound vibrations; to echo or resound
sonic adj. pertaining to sound waves
Vocare latin for to call
advocate v. to speak in favor of something or n. a person who supports a cause
evoke tr v. to summon or call for; to inspire or to produce a reaction
provocative adj. exciting; stimulating
vociferous adj. making an outcry; characterized by loudness
Sensi Latin for to feel with the senses
assent intr. v. to consent or express agreementn. agreement or consent
dissent intr. v. to have or express a different opinion n. disagreement
presentiment n. a sense of something about to happen
sensual physical; gratifying to the body or indulging in any physical appetite
sensuous adj. appealing to the senses, esp. aesthetically
sentinel n. a sentry; one who keeps watch
tactum Latin for to touch
contiguous adj. adjoining; sharing a boundary
tangible adj. perceptible by sense of touch; clear, real or concrete
tactile adj. pertaining to or usingthe sense of touch; tangible
tangen adj. touching or irrelevant; off the subject
Created by: seils