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Ex/ig/ency
N. Urgency; state of demanding immediate attention.
Act/uate
To put into action; bring into existence.
In/trans/ig/ent
Adj. uncompromising; stubborn; inflexible.
Co/ag/ul/at/ion
N. the act of thickening or becoming immoble.
In/d/ig/ent
Adj. Poverty stricken.
C/og/nent

C/og/itate
Adj. Convincing.

To think deeply.
Re/press
V. to hold back; to restrain.
Re/vul/sion
N. Disgust; strong dislike.
Pro/trud/e
V. To push or jut outward.
Ex/trud/e
To push out.
Abs/trus/e
Adj. unclear.
Un/ob/trus/ive
Adj. Not easily noticeable.
Trac/k/able
Adj. Able to be followed.
Tract/able

In/tract/able
Adj. Docile; obedient; easily managed or led.
Adj. Disobedient.
Tract/ion
N. The adhesive friction of something on the surface on which it moves.
Frang/ible
Adj. Readily or easily broken.
Re/fract/ory
Adj. Resisting control or authority; stubborn; unmanageable.
Re/fract/ion
Deviation from a straight path.
Dif/fract/ion
N. A modification of behavior of light.
In/fring/e
V. To violate the law or rights of another.
in/fract/ion
N. the act of violating; a violation.
Fract/ious
Adj. troublesome; irritable or quarrelsome; argument.
Prehens/ile
Adj. Adapted for seizing or grasping.
Com/prehens/ive
Covering the full scope.
Re/prehens/ible
Adj. Deserving disapprovement.
Re/pris/al
N. Punishment; criticism.
Re/pre/hend
To criticise.
Ex/hib/it
V. To present a view or to show or display.
Habit/at/ion
N. occupancy; a dwelling place.
De/bil/ity
N. A weakness.
Dis/habil/le
N. A state of being carelessly dressed.
Con/serv/at/ive
Moderate.
Serv/ile
Slave-like
Dis/serv/ice
N. A storage container; a large supply.
Con/not/e
To convey or suggest additional meaning.
De/not/e
Refer to; explain.
Re/co/gni/zance
N. on your own personal obligation.
In/co/gnit/o
Adj./Adv. W/one's identity concealed; disguised.
I/gno/rant
Adj. Uninformed; uneducated.
I/gno/ble
Adj. Morally low and dishonorable.
Co/gni/zant
Adj. Informed; aware of.
Co/gni/zance
N. Awareness.
Co/gnomen
N. An earned name or family name.
Nomen/cla/ture
N. Set or system of names or terms.
I/gnomin/y
N. Loss of one's good name; public shame.
Nasc/ent
Adj. Coming into being and being born.
Re/nasc/ence
Rebirth (Renaissance)
In/nat/e
Adj. Possessed at Birth.
Co/gnat/e
Adj. Related by family.
Preter/nat/ur/al
Adj. Existing beyond the natural or normal (abnormal)
Esse/nce
Most important crucial element.
Non/ent/ity
N. Something that doesn't exist or exists only in the mind.
Ac/cret/ion
N. Increase in size by accumulation.
Ex/cresc/ence
N. An abnormal out-growth; an enlargement.
De/cre/ment
N. A gradual decrease.
Aux/il/iary
Adj. Offering or providing help; supplementary.