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immutable (adj)
unchangeable
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mut-
I am an immutable field hockey player; I will never play another sport.
metamorphosis (n)
a transformation
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meta-
morph-
The person went through a metamorphosis from an ordinary girl to a beautiful girl.
rupture (v)
to break open
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rupt-
The water balloon ruptured as it was thrown at me.
transmute (v)
to transform
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mut-
The pony transmuted into a horse during a few months time.
amorphous (adj)
lacking shape; changeable in form
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morph-
The herd of horses galloped away into an amorphous of dangerous animals.
mercurial (adj)
subject to wild changes in character
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Our coach was mercurial and always moody.
protean (adj)
capable of assuming different forms
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She was protean when it came to discussing politics.
mutate (v)
to change form
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mut-
The caterpillars mutated into butterflies.
fickle (adj)
likely to change opinion unpredictably
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The fickle teacher was hard to predict when she made opinions on things.
fluctuate (v)
to vary irregularly
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When the doctor took my temperature, the thermometer fluctuated, so i wasn't able to tell if i had a fever or not.
vacillate (v)
to change one's mind repeatedly
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He vacillated when we discussed President Bush.
revamp (v)
to revise or renovate
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The house was revamped after the tornado hit.
amend (v)
to improve
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I amended the problems I had in class in order to acheive more.
hackneyed (adj)
overused
One Boring World
The statement was hackneyed after I had heard it said over and over again.
mundane (adj)
ordinary, typical
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mund-
The story line was mundane, so i was uninterested.
vacuous (adj)
lacking substance
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vac-
The authors book was vacuous, and lacked a climate.
prosaic (adj)
unimaginative, ordinary
One Boring World
The creators made a prosaic movie, so I wasn't interested in seeing it.
insipid (adj)
uninteresting, dull
One Boring World
The book was insipid, so I began another one.
banal (adj)
ordinary
One Boring World
The television show was banal and extremely boring.
pedestrian (adj)
commonplace, ordinary
One Boring World
The pedestrian story was not the least bit interesting.
dormant (adj)
inactive, sleeping
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There was no lava flowing in the volcano, so it was dormant.
unanimous (adj)
in full agreement
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anima-
After the discussion, the work people were unanimous about the new law.
uniform (adj)
always the same, unvarying
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uni-
The soldiers were in a uniform positioning.
equanimity (n)
quality of being even-tempered
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anima-
It was great that he had equanimity when it came to stressful projects.
magnanimous (adj)
generous, forgiving
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anima-
Her grandmother was magnanimous especially when it came to Christmas time.