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Somn/ambul/ist
N. A sleepwalker.
Ambul/at/ory
Adj. Pert. to walking.
Pre/ambl/e
N. An introduction that states a purpose.
Per/ambul/at/or
N. One who walks around in order to inspect.
Also- A baby buggy.
Fun/ambul/ist
N. Tight rope walker.
Ag/gress/ive
Adj. Ready or willing to take issue or start action; forceful; assertive.
Di/gress
V. To leave the main subject of talking or writing.
Pro/gress/ive
Adj. Moving forward or onward.
Re/gress
V. To go back in a demeaning way.
Re/gress/ive
Tending to go back or return.
Retro/gress/ive
Adj. Declining or degenerating.
Trans/gress
V. To overstep or break.
E/gress
N. An exit.
De/grad/at/ion
N. The act of being lowered in status or condition.
De/grad/e
To cause to demote.
Migrat/ory
Adj. Pert. to moving from one place to another.
Migr/ant
N. Something- one, that moves from place to place at seasonal changes.
E/migrat/e
V. To leave a country
E/migr/ant
One who leaves.
Im/migrat/e
V. To move into a new country.
Re/ced/e
V. To go or move back.
Re/cess/ion
A withdrawal.
se/cess/ion
N. The withdrawal from the union.
Pre/de/cess/or
N. Object that comes before something/one else.
Ac/ced/e
V. To accept; give in; yield.
Un/pre/ced/ent/ed
Adj. Never done before.
Ante/ced/ent
N. Any happening prior to another.
Pre/ced/ent
N. An occurrence or example.
Pre/ced/e
To come before.
Pro/ceed
V. To advance; to continue.
De/ced/ent
N. A dead person.
Err/ant
V. To make a mistake.
Err/on/eous
Adj. Mistakent; wrong.q
Ab/err/at/ion
N. A departure from what's right; abnormality.
Extra/vag/ant
Adj. Exceeding reasonable limits; overgenerous.
Vag/rant
N. A person who wanders from place to place, no home, no job.
Vag/ue
Adj. Unclear; not expressed.
Vag/ary
N. A wild notion.
Dis/curs/ive
Adj. Passing from one topic to another; covering a broad area/ wide field.
Curs/ory
Adj. Superficial; hasty .
Curs/ive
Having flowing character.
Curr/ent
Adj. Most recent.
Con/curr/ent
Adj. Meeting or intersecting.
Re/curr/ent
Adj. Happening time after time, running or turning back in a direction opposite to a former course.
In/curs/ion
N. A hostile entrance into a territory; raid.
pre/curs/or
N. One that precedes and indicates the approach of another.
Curr/iculum
N. All of the courses of study offered.
Man/i/cur/e
N. A treatment for the care of the hands and fingernails.
Cura/tor
N. One who has the care and super intendency of something; a caretaker (usu. a museum)
Ped/i/cur/e
N. Professional care and treatment of the feet and toenails.
Sine/cur/e
N. An office or position requiring little or no work.
Fugit/ive
N. One who flees or tries to escape.
Re/fug/ee
N. One who flees.
Fug/ue
N. A temporary flight from reality; day dream.
Subter/fug/e
N. Deception by artificial in order to conceal, escape, or evade; a deceptive device or scheme.
Late/nt
Adj. Hidden and inactive; dormant.
Late/scent
Adj. Becoming hidden.
Lat/it/ude
N. Measurement from side to side; freedom from restrictions.
Di/lat/e
V. To widen; to become larger.
Later/al
Adj. Of or rel. to the side.
Equi/later/al
Adj. Having equal sides.
Uni/later/al
Adj. One-sided.
Bi/later/al
Adj. Having 2 sides.
Super/lative
Adj. Surpassing all others.
E/lation
N. The condition of having very high spirits of happiness.
Re/late
V. To tell or give an account of.
Cor/re/lative
Adj. Naturally related, corresponding.
Di/lat/ory
Adj. Slow; inclined to delay; procrastinating.
Mob/il/e
Movable
Mob/il/ity
N. The ability to move.
Loc/o/mot/ion
N. The act of moving from place to place; power to move.
Mot/iv/at/ion
N. Act of process of furnishing an incentive or inducement to action; driving force.
Mo/ment/ous
Adj. Very import. or memorable.
Mo/ment/ary
Temporary; short lived.
Re/mot/e
Adj. Far off away.
De/mot/e
V. To put back in a lower position; reduce in rank; degrace.
E/mot/ion/al
Adj. Showing strong feeling.
Pro/mot/e
V. To raise in grade or level.
Com/mot/ion
N. Noisy Confusion.
Re/ven/ue
N. Income, usu. in terms of money.
Con/ven/e
V. To meet for some purpose; assemble.
Ad/vent/it/ious
Adj. Accidental; unexpected.
Ad/vent
The coming or arrival; a beginning.
Pre/vent/ive
Adj. Stopping or hindering.
Prevent
To stop or keep from happening.
Inter/ven.e
V. To come between.
Con/vent/ion
N. A meeting arranged for a particular place; gathering; assembly.
E/vent/ual/ity
N. A possibility of something that may take place.
Con/ven/ant
N. A binding agreement.
Con/ven/ient
Adj. Easy to use; well suited for a purpose.
Con/stit/uent
N. A part of the whole
Con/stit/ute
To make up or compose
Sub/sta/ntiat/ion
N. The act of supporting with evidence.
Re/stit/ut/ion
N. An act of making up for a loss; repayment; compensation.
Stat/ute
N. An accepted law.
In/sist
V. To demand.
Sub/sist/ence
N. The act of existence at a low level.
Per/sist
V. To continue throughout; to last or endure.
Per/sist/ent
Lasting; enduring.
Sta/nchion
N. A supporting post.
As/sid/uous
Adj. Constant in attention diligent.
Sub/sid/ize
V. To support with money to give financial aid.
In/sid/ious
Adj. Harmful and evil in a sneaky way.
Super/sed/e
V. To take the place of; to replace.
Sed/i/ment
N. Any matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid.
Sed/ul/ous
Adj. Hardworking; Diligent.
Sed/at/ive
N. A medicine that lessens nervousness, pain, or excitement.
Re/sid/ue
N. That which is left over.
Dis/sid/ent
Adj. Disagreeing with the opinion of the group.
Sed/ent/ary
Settled; sitting.
Re/cumb/ent
Adj. Lying back; reclining.
Pro/cumb/ent
Adj. Lying face down.
In/cumb/ent
Adj. Resting on.
N. Person holding office.
Suc/cumb
V. To give way; yield; die.
Cumb/er/some
Adj. Burdensome, heavy; creating a problem.
Ambul
Walk.
Grad, Gred, Gress
Step.
Migr, Migrat
Move; Travel
Ced, Cess
Move; Withdraw
Err
Stray; Wander
Vag
Wander
Curr, Curs, Corr(Cours)
Run
Cura, Cur
Care
Fug, Fugit
Flee
Late
Hide
Lat
Wide
Later
Side
-Late, -Lation, -Lativ
Carry; Bear
Mov, Mob, Mot
Move
Ven, Vent
Come
Sta, Stat, Stit, Sist
Put in place; cause to stand; stand.
Sed, Sid, Siss
Sit; Settle
Cumb, Cub
Lie; Recline