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tom cut HINT:
ton, ten stretch; tone HINT : The spelling of “ton” is close to it’s meaning!
chir hand HINT: A bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush. Chirp!
pod foot HINT:
cephal head HINT:
dactyl finger; toe HINT:
gloss; glott; glot tongue; language HINT:
osteo bone HINT:
derm, dermat skin HINT: Dumbo is a pachy derm.
plas, plasm, plast mold; shape; form HINT:
pachy thick HINT:
tauto same HINT:
algia, algy pain HINT:
itis inflammation HINT:
machy, -machia war; fight HINT: Tele mach us did this with Odysseus.
atom Smallest particle of matter that cannot be cut HINT:A T O M not cut
osteotomy Surgical cutting and removal of bone HINT:O S T E O T O M Y bonecut
monotone Vocal utterance in one unvaried tone HINT:M O N O T O N E onetone
chirography Penmanship; handwriting HINT:C H I R O G R A P H Y hand write
cephalopod Mollusks with tentacles around the head HINT:C E P H A L O P O D head foot
chiromancy foretelling of future by reading palm or hand HINT:C H I R O M A N C Y hand prophecy
cephalalgia headache HINT:C E P H A L A L G I A head pain
dactylology Sign language HINT:D A C T Y L O L O G Y finger
polyglot One who speaks several or many languages HINT:P O L Y G L O T many language
pachyderm thick skinned HINT:P A C H Y D E R M thick skin
dermatitis Inflammation of the skin HINT:D E R M A T I T I S skin inflammation
hypodermic Under the skin HINT:H Y P O D E R M I C under skin
plastic capable of being molded HINT:P L A S T I C mold, shape, form, substance
tautology Needless repetition; saying the same thing over and over HINT:T A U T O L O G Y same
logomachy fight or battle using words HINT:L O G O M A C H Y word; speech War; fight
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