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mon
to remind; advise; warn
mar
sea
medic
physican; to heal
mov, mob, mot
to move
mort
death
mit, mis
to send
migr
to move; to travel
ment
mind
memor
mindful
med, medi
middle
deteriroate
become or make worse
discern
to understand something that is not obvious
insipid
dull- lacking character orflavorless
aura
a characteristic or impression created by someone or something
reactionary
opposed to progressive or political change
zephyr
a light wind or breeze
mediocre
to be average or in the middle
stamina
enduring physical strength, of mind and body
zealous
actively and unreservedly excited
qualm
feeling of unease or a sudden pang of nausea
opportune
fitting or fortunate. Occuring at the right time
impediment
an impairment affecting speech or and obstacle that hinders progress
fabricate
to make something up that is not true
loathe
to hate or detest something
painstaking
invovling or showing great care
repress
to check or restrain an action that would reveal feelings
atrocious
appallingly bad; evil; ugly in taste
compassion
Sympathy for suffering of others; often with a desire to help
Composure
emotional control; calm and steady
lament
express sadness: to show regret
zephyr
a light wind or breeze
mediocre
to be average or in the middle
stamina
enduring physical strength, of mind and body
zealous
actively and unreservedly excited
qualm
feeling of unease or a sudden pang of nausea
opportune
fitting or fortunate. Occuring at the right time
impediment
an impairment affecting speech or and obstacle that hinders progress
fabricate
to make something up that is not true
loathe
to hate or detest something
painstaking
invovling or showing great care
repress
to check or restrain an action that would reveal feelings
atrocious
appallingly bad; evil; ugly in taste
compassion
Sympathy for suffering of others; often with a desire to help
Composure
emotional control; calm and steady
lament
express sadness: to show regret