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Stem/WordDefinitionExamples Comtogether Combine, Complete, Complex Intrawithin Intracellular, Intravenous, Intramural CentOne hundred Century, Centimeter, Centurion Adto Adapt, Advocate, Adhere FerCarry Aquifer, Conifer, Transfer BiTwo Binocular, Bilingual, Binary SubUnder Subterranean, Subordinate, Submit DeDown Deduct, Demolish, Denounce PreBefore Preposition, Precede, Predecessor SuperOver Superfluous, Supernatural, Supercilious
Stem/WordDefinition PlacateTo appease DerisionRidicule VivaciousFull of life ProcureTo acquire RetortA quick, clever reply CountenanceFacial expression ProfoundDeep ManifestObvious ProdigiousHuge LanguorWeakness
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples VitaLifeVital, Vitamin, revitalize VidLookVideo, evidence, provide PaterFatherPaternal, Patriarch, Expatriate MatriMotherMaternal, Matriarch, Matrimony PopPeoplePopular, Population, Populous UnNotUnfit, Unclear, Unequaled InterBetweenInterstate, Intermediary, Interface SemiHalfSemitone, Semi lucid, Semicircle DisAwayDispute, Dissonant, Dissuade SymTogetherSymbol, Symposium, Symbiosis
Stem/WordDefinition AudibleAble to be heard BenevolentCharitable SomberGloomy ProstrateLying flat ProfuseAbundant SereneCalm AcuteSharp CondescendTo patronize GrotesqueDistorted OdiousHateful
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples LocoPlaceLocomotion, location, dislocate SurOverSurface, surrealist, surfeit AlterOtherAltercation, Alternative, Altruism ContraAgainstContradiction, Contrast, Contrary StellStarStellar, Constellation, Interstellar CircumAroundCircus, Circumpolar, Circumlocution MalBadMalcontent, Malign, Malapropism PostAfterPostgraduate, Posterior, Postlude EquiEqualEquation, Equinox, Equitable AnteBeforeAntedate, Ante Meridiem, Antepenult
Stem/WordDefinition OstentatiousShowy InexorableInevitable IndolentLazy DolefulMournful AlacrityEagerness ExquisiteBeautifully Made ClamorOutcry SublimeLofty TremulousQuivering AlludeIndirectly refer to
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples AmatLoveAmorous, Amateur, Amity LunaMoonLunar, Lunatic, Sub lunar GregGroupCongregate, Segregate, Gregarious ClamCry outClamor, Exclamation, Declaim TangTouchTangle, tangent, Intangible AquaWaterAquifer, Aquaplane, Semi aquatic AudiHearAudition, Audiology, Audit ScribWriteTranscribe, Scribble, Ascribe CedeGoAntecedent, Concede, Intercede CiseCutPrecise, Concise, Decisive
Stem/WordDefinition ObliqueIndirect or slanting PensiveThoughtful MagnanimousGenerous ImportuneTo Pester PeremptoryImperious PlacidCalm SingularUnique AmiableFriendly IncredulousSkeptical PerplexConfuse
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples MarSeaMarine, Maritime, Mariner JunctJoinJunction, Conjunction, Adjunct, LuceLightLucidity, Translucent, Pellucid MediMiddleMedium, Mediterranean, in medias res TemporTimeTemporal, Temporize, Contemporary CredBelieveCredulous, Credit, Discredit MissSendMissionary, Missile, Admission CideKillGenocide, Herbicide, Fungicide DictSayPredict, Dictionary, Interdict, Diction BellWarRebel, Belligerence, casus belli
Stem/WordDefinition TacitUnspoken AffableFriendly SanguineCheerfully Confident TorpidSluggish MortifyProfoundly Humiliate MelancholySadness VisageThe Face VenerateTo Respect AbateTo Lesson ReposeResting
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples GratPleasingGratitude CurrRunCurrent, Recur, Incur TransAcrossTransfer, Transfusion, Transcendent MigrWanderMigrate, Migratory, Transmigration RuptBreakAbrupt, Corrupt, Disrupt SpecLookSpecter, Specious, Spectrum PendHangPending, Impeding, Depend OmniAllOmnipotent, omnivorous, Omniscient ReAgainReiterate, Regurgitate, Revive ExOutExculpate, Exorbitant, Except
Stem/WordDefinition ObsequiousCringing, Submissive IgnominyDisgrace AcquiescencePassive Compliance ImpassiveExpressionless, without emotion ImpendingAbout to Happen VulgarCommon TraverseTo Cross UndulateTo Wave VividBright PallorPaleness
Stem/WordDefinitionExample CludeCloseExclude, Include, Preclude SeApartSeparate, Secede, Sedation PluMorePlus, Pluralism, Nonplused GermVitalGerm, Germinate, Germane FusPourTransfusion, Infusion, Fusillade BeneGoodBeneficial, Benevolent, Benign SonSoundConsonant, Resonant, Assonance NovNewInnovate, Renovate, Nova SanguiBloodSanguine, Sanguinary, Consanguinity CongnKnowRecognize, Cognomen, Precognition
Stem/WordDefinition VerdureVegetation EquivocalAmbiguous OrthodoxTraditional ProfaneIrreverent TumultDisturbance WistfulYearning SubtleSlight SagacityWisdom RemonstrateTo Object TediousBoring
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples CulpBlameCulprit, Culpable, Exculpate PugnFightPugnacious, Pugilist, Oppugn UrbCityUrban, Suburb, Urbane NumerNumberNumeral, Enumeration, Supernumerary AcrSharpAcrid, Acerbity, Acrimony JectThrowSubject, Deject, Interjection DormSleepDormancy, Dormitive, Dormient MagnGreatMagna Carta, Magnum Opus, Magnanimous VerTrueAver, Verisimilitude, Cinema Verite PutThinkImpute, Computer, Dispute
Stem/WordDefinition IncongruousIncompatible MalevolenceIll Will AmbiguousUncertain FelicityGreat happiness IrrevocableUnalterable ArticulateExpress Clearly VexTo Irritate ProstrateLying Down AbyssA Bottomless Depth MartyrOne Who Suffers
Stem/WordDefinitionExamples PerThroughPercolate, Peregrinate, Perspicacity AnimMindAnimal, Animadversion, Magnanimous TortTwistTorturous, Tortuous, Retort SanctHolySacrosanct, Sanctimonious, Sanction VocVoiceVocal, Invocation, Vociferous ArchyGovernmentMatriarch, Patriarch, Hierarchy BioLifeBiogenesis, Exobiology, Biomorphic AutoSelfAutomatic, Automaton, Autocracy ChronTimeChronometer, Anachronism, Chronic DecTenDecade, Decagon, Decathlon
Stem/WordDefinition AdjacentAdjoining TransientExisting Briefly LatentPresent but Inactive LividBruised or Pale CensureStrong Criticism ApprehensionFear SuperfluousExtra TangibleTouchable LuridSensational PervadeSpread Throughout
Stem/WordDefinition PunctPointPunctuate, Punctual, Punctilious TribPayTribute, Retribution, Diatribe CapTakeCapture, Captivate, Captious PondWeightPonder, Preponderance, Ponderous RectRightCorrect, Rectify, Rectitude GeoEarthGeothermal, Geophysics, Geosynchronous ScopeLookHoroscope, Electroscope, Periscope AntiAgainstAnticline, Antibody, Antitoxin IntroIntoIntroduce, Introspective, Introvert NeoNewNeologism, Neoclassic, Neonatal
Stem/WordDefinition EpithetA characterizing term AbjectMiserable EccentricUnconventional ImperiousOverbearing SolicitudeConcern GenialKind StolidUnemotional PalpableTouchable AustereBare FurtiveStealthy
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