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Ject- (To Throw)
De ject ed E ject In jec tion Jet ti son Pro ject ile Pro jec tor Re ject Sub ject Tra ject ory
Dejected (adj) –To feel sad Down in spirit After the test, the student felt dejected.
Eject (v) To throw –out The toy stopped so I had to eject the batteries and replace them.
Injection (n) A shot –Given by a needle –“throwing” the medicine into the body Before flu season started, the doctor gave me an injection in the arm.
Interjection (n) To throw – into a sentence or conversation. During our conversation, Billy was giving interjection after interjection.
Jettison (v) To throw –Overboard to lighten the load The boat is sinking; we must jettison the furniture!
Projectile (n) An object –Thrown into the air with great force During the earthquake, a projectile hit me in the head.
Projector (n) A machine –That throws an image onto the wall For math, Mrs. Pang uses the projector to show us the answers to our homework.
Reject (v) To throw –Something out because it is defective. The factory has a special pile for the items that they would like to reject.
subject (v) To throw –One’s self under someone else’s rule. I refuse to subject myself to negative people.
Trajectory (n) A curved path –Of an object thrown in space. Elijah had the right trajectory on the ball to get a homerun.
JECT = throw. Dejected (adj.) – to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
ROOT WORDS Ject = Throw. Dejected To feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
Root Words ject = throw eject Verb to throw out The referee will eject or throw out the basketball player after five fouls.
Root Words ject = throw. dejected (adjective) Definition: To feel sad; To feel thrown down in spirit Kara felt very dejected when her friends made.
Vocabulary Graphic Organizer for Ject Root word Ject = to throw.
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Root Word– ject = throw Prefix- poly = many. dejected.
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