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Week 1 Honors

Week 1 Honors Stems and Vocabulary

ante before
anti against
bi two
circum around
com together
con together
de down
dis away
equi equal
extra beyond
antecedent a thing or event that existed before
antithesis a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone/something else
bilateral involving two parties (usually countries); affecting both sides
circumspect wary and unwilling to take risks
commensurate corresponding in size and degree
confidant someone who is trusted to keep a secret on a private matter
denounce to publicly declare to be wrong or evil
dissuade to persuade someone not to take a particular course of action
equitable fair and impartial
extrovert an outgoing, overtly expressive person
pauper a poor person, especially one who depends on public charity
adulation excessive praise or flattery
aghast filled with shock and horror
ruinous bringing ruin or downfall; disastrous
gamut the entire range or series of something
privation lack of the basic necessities or comforts of life
exorbitant much too high: excessive
askew crooked; to one side
vexation anger or annoyance
disconsolate very unhappy; beyond cheering up
Created by: English I