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ROOT WORDS Dis = Not, None
Disadvantage An unfavorable situation that is not good.
Disagreement A quarrel; not able to come to an agreement; not of the same opinion.
Disappoint To let someone down; to not make someone proud or satisfied.
Discontinue To end something; to not use anymore; cease
Dismal Not good; depressing; dreary; bleak
Disobedient Not following the rules.
Disorganized Messy; not neat; not able to find things.
Disposable Not worthy of being kept; easily given or thrown away; able to be replaced.
Disrespectful Not polite; rude; not courteous
Disturb To bother or pester; not leaving someone alone.
The End!!! Take your grammar folders home nightly to study for your test on Friday!
Dis (Not/None). Disadvantage (N) A situation – That is unfavorable – Not good The fifth graders were at a disadvantage in the softball game.
ROOT WORDS Re-: again, back. Recheck To look at something again.
ROOT WORDS Cede, Ceed, Cess = go; yield. Accessible Able to go to, enter, or approach.
ROOT WORDS Scrib, Script = Write. Describe To say or write down how something or someone looks; to use adjectives in writing.
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ROOT WORDS Cred = Believe. Accreditation Granting approval or belief in a school.
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ROOT WORDS Ject = Throw. Dejected To feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
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ROOT WORDS Dict = Speak. Contradict To speak against; to say the opposite.
ROOT WORDS Strain, strict, string = Bind, tie, or draw tight.
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