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DE, DIV
God
deify, deification
to make someone a god
JOUR(N)
day
OR
the mouth
orifice
something that is made in the shape of a mouth
peroration
summing up of your speech
PROB, PROV
to test
RAP, RAPT, REPT
to seize, grab, carry off
rapture
to be seized by joy, sudden capture
rapacious
one who is inclined to pick things up and carry them off
surreptitious
to come up from underneath and grab something, sneaky
CID, CIS
cut, to kill
regicide
murder of a king
excise
cut out
patrimony
inheritance that allows you to become father of a family
patriarchy
rule from father to son
SEQU, SECUT
to follow
obsequious
servile, follows you all the time
SOL
alone
VIV, VIT
life
CRE, CRESC, CRET
to grow
excrescence
something growing out
I, IT
to go
transitory
not lasting long, going across
JUG, JUNCT
join two things together
LEG, LIG, LECT
to pick something, choose, read
MON
to warn
SOLV, SOLUT
to break something up, come apart
dissolute
person who is morally loose
FERV
boils, bubbles
fervent / effervescent
bubbling over with excitement
FRANG, FRING, FRACT, FRAG
to break
minocity
smaller
banal
commonplace
bauble
trinket
beatitude
state of great happiness
belligerent
manifesting a warlike spirit
beneficient
characterized by charity and kindness
blithe
joyous
boisterous
unchecked merriment or animal spirits
bombast
inflated or extravagant language, especially on unimportant subjects
boorish
rude
brandish
to wave, shake, or flourish triumphantly or defiantly, as a sword or spear
brevity
shortness of duration
brogue
any dialectic pronunciation of English; especially that of Irish people
browboat
to overwhelm, or attempt to do so, by stern, haughty, or rude address or manner
bumptious
full of offensive and aggressive self-conceit