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ac, acr = sharp Words ACRIMONIOUS – bitter ACERBITY – bitterness of temper ACRID – unpleasantly strong or bitter in smell or taste
agri, agrari = field Words AGRARIAN – one who works in the field AGRICULTURE – working the fields PEREGRINATION – wandering through the fields
alt = high Words ALTITUDE - height ALTIMETER - an instrument used to measure height ALTO – highest mans voice EXALT – to praise, to raise in rank or esteem
anim = mind, soul Words UNANIMOUS - of one mind MAGNANIMITY – greatness of mind or spirit ANIMATE – to give life to
anthrop = man Words ANTHROPOLOGY – study of man MISANTHROPE– hater of mankind PHILANTHROPY– love of mankind; charity
aqua = water Words AQUATIC – living in water AQUEDUCT – passageway for conducting water AQUARIUM - a tank or bowl for aquatic animals and plants
arch = ruler, first Words MONARCH – sole ruler ANARCHY – lack of government ARCHAEOLOGY – study of first things ARCHETYPE - an original model
aud = hear Words AUDIBLE - able to be heard AUDITION – the act of hearing AUDIENCE - hearers AUDITORY – pertaining to hearing
belli - war Words BELLICOSE – inclined to fight BELLIGERENT – inclined to wage war REBELLIOUS – resisting authority ANTEBELLUM - relating to time before a war, especially the Civil War
ben, bon = good Words BENEFACTOR - one who does good deeds BENEVOLENCE– wishing good (charity) BENISON - blessing BENIGN – kindly BENEDICTION – prayer, blessing
4/9/2013. Acrid: Sharp or bitter tasting or smelling Acid: A compound usually having a sour taste.
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