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JECT Origin: Latin Root Definition: To throw Word(s): Subject, Projectile
PASS Origin: Latin Root Definition: Spread out, step Word(s): Encompass, Passable
PEND Origin: Latin Root Definition: To hang Word(s): Appendix, Suspend
CERT Origin: Latin Root Definition: To decide, determine Word(s): Certify, Certainty, Concerted, Ascertain
JECT Word(s) Subject- to cause to undergo or experience Projectile- something sent through the air
PASS Word(s) Encompass- to include; to cover Passable- good enough, but not excellent
PEND Word(s) Appendix- material added at the end of a book Suspend- to stop; to put on hold
CERT Word(s) Certify- to prove good or true; declare correct Certainty- something not in doubt Concerted- done together; combined Ascertain- to figure out through reasoning
Root Word– ject = throw Prefix- poly = many. dejected.
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JECT = throw. Dejected (adj.) – to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
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