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synchronize (v)
to do at same time
syn
chron
apathy (n)
without feeling
a
path
sympathy
to feel sorry
sym
path
parity
state of being equal
par
disperse
to distribute out over a wide area
dis
deign
to do something beneath ones destiny
dign
chronicle
history in order
chron
aparthied
a policy or system of segregation
a
par
empathy
ability to understand the feelings of others
path
disparate
not equal
dis
par
dissuade
to persuade
not to take a particular course of action
dis
disdain
the felling that someone is unworthy
dis
dain
anachronism
a thing belonging to something oter than its historic period of time
a
chron
amorphous
without a clear shape or form
a
morph
pathos
a quality of pity
path
dissociate
to disconnect or seperate
dis
dissipate
to scatter
dis
amoral
without a moral
a
metamorphosis
process from changing into an adult from a child
morph
antipathy
a strong feeling of dislike
a
path
disparity
a great difference
dis
par
dignify
to make something seem impressive and important
dign
dissociate
to disconnect or seperate
dis
dissipate
to scatter
dis
amoral
without a moral
a
metamorphosis
process from changing into an adult from a child
morph
antipathy
a strong feeling of dislike
a
path
disparity
a great difference
dis
par
dignify
to make something seem impressive and important
dign
dissociate
to disconnect or seperate
dis
dissipate
to scatter
dis
amoral
without a moral
a
metamorphosis
process from changing into an adult from a child
morph
antipathy
a strong feeling of dislike
a
path
disparity
a great difference
dis
par
dignify
to make something seem impressive and important
dign