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PREFIX: MONO = ONE ROOT WORD: FLEX/FLECT = CURVE
monochrome having one color; a painting, design, photo, or outfit that is only one color or shades of one color
monocle an eyeglass for one eye
monolingual How many ways do I have to say it!?! Look this one up on your own!
monolith something made out of one single large block or piece of stone; one single stone monument
monologue a long speech given by one person
monophobia Don’t worry, you won’t be the only one finding this definition.
monopoly control of a product or service by one company
monorail a track for subway or train cars that only has one rail
monosyllabic having only one syllable
monotone a speech in which every word has one tone of voice
circumflex to bend around or curve
deflect to turn or move to one side; to bend; to swerve
flexible capable of bending without breaking
flexor a muscle that bends a part of the body, such as an arm or a leg
inflection It doesn’t sound that boring to find the definition of this word.
inflexible not capable of being bent without breaking
reflect to bend or throw back light or heat; to fold or turn back
reflection the image in a mirror that is the result of bending light when it is thrown back
retroflex You may have to look back in a dictionary for this word.
reflex angle an angle that is greater than 180 degrees because the angle is bent beyond a straight line
The End! Now go look up the rest of your words!
Word List: flect, flex = bend. to turn or move to one side: to bend; to swerve.
Word List: mono- mono = one a track for subway or train cars that only has one rail a track for subway or train cars that only has one rail.
Spelling/Vocabulary Prefix: mono mono = one monochrome adjective Having one color; a painting, design, photo, or outfit that is only one color or.
circumflex To bend around or curvedeflect To turn or move to one side; to bend; to swerve flexible Capable of bending without breaking flexor A muscle.
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