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RED HOT ROOT WORDS Lesson 40 Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading Take a Stand
Red Hot Root Words
desist verb to cease or discontinue
desist The policeman ordered the children to desist writing on the wall.
obstacle noun something that stands in the way
obstacle His inability to speak Spanish was an obstacle to communicating with native people.
obstinate adjective unyielding, stubborn
obstinate The young child was extremely obstinate, always screaming when she did not get her way.
persistent adjective to continue steadily despite opposition or obstacle
persistent He was persistent in working toward his goal of being a skilled drummer.
stability noun the quality of being firm; not likely to collapse
stability The stability of the building was undermined by the flood.
stamina noun physical strength; endurance
stamina You’ll need a lot of stamina in order to complete the 15-mile race.
static adjective unchanging
static The score between the two football teams was static throughout the third quarter.
stationary adjective standing still; not moving
stationary Despite the fact that four people were pulling, the large rock remained stationary.
stature noun the height of any object, especially a person
stature His stature made him stand out in a crowd.
staunch adjective characterize by firmness, steadfastness, or stability
staunch He was a staunch supporter of the football team.
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