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Root: Inter
between
Interloper
One who intrudes by meddling on the rights of others
Internecine
Very destructive to both sides in a conflict
Interpolate
To intsert something between two parts (especially in writing) / to falsify a text
interregnum
A period where a state is without a ruler
Root: Pono
to put
interpose
to insert between parts of something; to apply perrsure of influence, to meddle
juxtapose
to place side by side
propinquity
nearness / proximity
rapprochment
reconciliacion
quiescent
at rest / dormant
acquiesce
to agree / consent
requiem
a mass or the dead / a composition (musical / poetry / etc.) for the dead
unrequited
not reciprocal
Root: trudo
to push
abstruse
difficult to understand; complex
extrude
to push or thrust out a liquid or malleable substance that retains or solidifies into a predetermined shape
obtrude
to force idea on another / to stick out
Root: Alter
other
altercation
a noisy quarrel
altruism
concern for the welfare of others
Root: Epi
on
ephermeral
lasting for a very short time
epitaph
inscription on a tombstone
epitome
a typical representation of something
eponymous
a person who something is named for
Root: Para
beside
paradigm
example
paradox
statement which seems contradictory but contains a truth or valid deduction
paragon
model of excellence / perfection
parameter
a boundary
Root: peri
around
peripatetic
walking or traveling about
peripheral
pertaining to the boundary of an area
anathema
a person or thing who is shunned / a curse
antithesis
exact opposite
epithet
word or phrase which describes a person = usually replaces a name