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Surcharge
An additional charge, tax, or cost
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Surface
Uppermost or outermost area; top layer
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Surfeit
Overindulgence in eating or drinking, an excessive amount
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Surmise
To guess, to inder without certain evidence
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Surveillance
A watch kept over someone or something
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Surplus
An amount greater than needed
Sur-: Over, above, or more
Subsequent
Occuring later, following
Sub-: Under, beneath
Subservient
Excessively submissive
Sub-: Under, beneath
Subsidiary
Subordinate or secondary
Sub-: Under, beneath
Substantiate
To establish by proof
Sub-: Under, beneath
Subvert
To overthrow something, such as a government; to cause the ruin of
Sub-; Under, beneath
Subsistence
A means of supporting life
Subsidiary
Ambiance or Ambience
The mood or atmosphere of a plave or situation
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well; unusually skillful
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Ambiguous
Having two or more possible meanings
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Ambivalent
Fluctuating between two choices; having opposing feelings
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Ambularoty
Capable of walking
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Ambition
Strong desire for fame or power
Ambi-: Around, about, both
Diagnosis
AL dertermination of the cause of medical symptoms; analysis of the cause of a situation
Dia-: Through
Dialogue
Conversation between two or more persons
Dia-: Through
Diametrical
A determination of the cause of medical symptoms; analysis of the cause of a situation
Dia-: through
Diatribe
A bitter, abusive criticism
Dia-: through
Dialect
A distinct variety of a language that differs from the standard
Dia-: throughf
Diagonal
An oblique or slanting line connecting opposite corners or angles
Dia-: through