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ROOT WORDS Strain, strict, string = Bind, tie, or draw tight
Astringent A substance used on the skin to make the skin tight.
Boa Constrictor A snake that kills its prey by squeezing it tightly.
Constrict To hold in; to make smaller; to squeeze or bind to make it smaller.
District A region or area that is bound together by specific rules, laws, resources, and /or money.
Restrain To hold back; to keep under control; to limit; to draw tight by force.
Restricted Bound by limits; kept within certain rules.
Strain to draw or stretch tight beyond the normal limits.
Strainer A device used for letting the water leave the food so the food is drawn together.
String A thin piece of twisted fiber that can be used to tie things together.
Stringent Demanding strict attention to rules; rigid; having a tight set of rules.
The End!!! Take your grammar folders home nightly to study for your test on Friday!
Word List: strain, strict, string = bind, tie, or draw tight.
PHON, PHONO, PHONE = SOUND, VOICE STRAIN, STRICT, STRING = BIND, TIE OR DRAW TIGHT.
Strain, Strict, String = bind, tie, or draw tight.
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