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Latin Words 10

Latin Words Lesson 10

QuestionAnswer
JURISDICTION the right, power, or authority to administer justice by determining controversies
PROBATION act of testing (of a person's conduct, character, qualifications, etc.)
DUBIOUS marked by or occasioning doubt
FIDELITY strict observance of promises, duties, etc.
SOLUTION the fact of being dissolved
OSCILLATE move to and fro
COMPUTE to determine by calculation; reckon
RATIOCINATION reasoning or a process of reasoning
OSSEOUS composed of, containing, or resembling bone
ARBITRATE to decide; to determine
VACILLATE to be irresolute or inconstant
NEGATIVE expressing denial
JUDICIAL pertaining to courts of law or to judges
DOCILE readily trained or taught
CREDIT influence or authority resulting from the confidence of others or from one's reputation
Created by: taytayhster