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ROOT WORDS Cede, Ceed, Cess = go; yield
Accessible Able to go to, enter, or approach.
Accessory An article or item worn with an outfit that “goes with” or matches the outfit.
Concede To yield to an opponent that one has lost; to give in; to admit that something is true and valid
Exceed To go or be beyond the limit of expectations.
Intercede To mediate; to go between people to help them reach an agreement.
Precede To go before something else in time, order, place or rank.
Proceed To keep on going; to go ahead with something; to move along
Recede To go or move back.
Recess The time during which people go out to take a break.
Successor A person who goes after someone else (usually related to a person taking over a job that is of higher rank)
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