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common something that happens often or belongs to or is shared by two or more people com - belonging to more than one
combination the act of combining things to form a new whole com - belonging to more than one
complete having a finished item with all needed parts com - belonging to more than one
connect to join ideas together con - join or link together
conjunction a connecting word that joins words or groups of words together. con - join or link together
contact a coming together of object or touching con - join or link together
descend to move in a downward direction de - off or down from
depart to leave or go away from a place de - off or down from
deplete use up resources or materials de - off or down from
disrespect having little or no respect;hold in contempt dis - not
disarray a lack of order or sequence dis - not
disapprove to refuse to approve or to reject dis - not
disadvantaged not having all the necessary things in order to succeed at something with ease dis - not
Created by: smithnebo