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Classical Roots Lesson 7 Separation
Lesson 7 Roots ab - away from Abstract
abrasive – adj. Harsh, rough Sand paper is quite abrasive, it can smooth very rough surfaces.
abound - v To exist in great quantities or numbers To be fully supplied or filled Jelly beans abounded in the candy jar, it was overflowing!
abscond - v To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself After robbing the bank, the thief absconded to the safe house to hide.
abhor - v To detest thoroughly I abhor brussel sprouts; I think they are the grossest vegetable.
Abstemious - adj Sparing or moderate, especially in eating and drinking The meals in expensive restaurants are often abstemious, containing very small portions.
Lesson 7 Roots cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum - to separate, to sift, to decide crevice
discreet - adj Showing tact, respect and restraint in speech or behavior. The girl promised to be discreet with her friend’s secret, she would not tell anyone the story.
ascertain - v To find out something for certain In order to ascertain the definition of the new word, I looked it up in the dictionary.
discern - v To perceive; to detect differences Can you discern the differences in the two pictures above?
Lesson 7 Roots frango, frangerem fregi, fractum - to break Fragile
Infraction -n A violation, especially of a law Running a red light is an infraction for a driver. If there is a camera, the driver will receive a large fine.
Infringe - v To go beyond set limits The close talker infringed upon Jerry’s personal space when talking to him.
suffrage - n The right to vote, or a vote itself In 1920, women were granted suffrage, the right to vote.
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