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balance, having a similar appearance on all sides.
symmetry
sun
similar
metron
measure
too dark or too thick for light to pass through.
opaque
opacus
dark
not yet fully developed.
inchoate
in
into, not
cohum
to strip from yoke(?) to plow
choare
to harness
greed, especially for money.
cupidity
cupere
to desire
feeling repelled, wanting to avoid.
averse
avertere
to turn away
someone with an extreme enthusiasm for a particular belief or activity, a fanatic.
zealot
zelos
zeal
showy; making ridiculous claims; excessively ambitous.
pretentious
praetendre
to pretend
absurd; ridiculous.
ludicrous
ludere
to play
to free from a trap or a difficult situation; to disentangle.
extricate
ex
out, completely
tricae
problems, perplexities
large, roomy, spacious.
capacious
capere
to hold
government based on absolute power or cruelty.
tyranny
tyrannus
tyrant
ordinary; earthly(not spiritual); practical temporary.
mundane
mundus
world
unable to change.
immutable
mutare
to change
the quality of being bubbly or full of life.
effervescence
fervere
to be hot
to push someone away, or cause him to seperate from people.
alienate
alius
other
examine closely, inspect carefully.
scrutinize
scrutari
to search
having to do with money; financial .
pecuniary
pecunias
wealth
notice; to pay attention to.
heed
hedan
to pay attention
the act of yielding to someone else out of respect.
defference
de
away
ferre
carry
top, highest point, summit.
apex
apex
top
bring in to balance, moderate.
temper
temperare
to mix in proportion
to appease, pacify, mullify.
placate
placere
to calm
an unexpected outcome, or the use of a word that is opposite of its literal meaning.
irony
eironeia
feigned ignorance
temporary, short lived.
ephemeral
epi
over
humera
day
demos
people
op
vision
to give an impression that is the opposite of the way things really are; to misrepresent.
belie
be
completely
war
pledge
logan
to deceive with lies