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graph bio auto man, manu, mani ped-Greek ped-Latin ambi hypergrotesque regaled fickle inoffensive comely infer
graph- Greek root word to write, to draw, to record, to describe
bio- Greek root word life
auto-, aut-, Greek prefix self, same or from within
ped- Latin root word foot
ped, pedo-Greek root- child, boy, infant
hyper- Greek root word Above, over, more than normal
Man-, mani, manu- Latin root word hand
ambi- Latin prefix Both or around
Infer-verb To guess based on evidence
Grotesque-adjective Fantastically ugly, bizarre
To entertain extravagantlyregaled-verb To entertain extravagantly
fickle-adjective Likely to change, picky
comely-adjective Pleasing in appearance, attractive
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