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root : AG
do, go , lead, drive
agitate
to stir up or excite, move something w/ a violent action
litigate
to sue, start a legal process
prodigal
over the top, wasteful
synagogue
the center of worship and communal life of a jewish person, a temple
root : ven, vent
latin for come

"intervene" is to come between
advent
an arrival
provenance
origin or source
venturesome
inclined to seek out risk, bold, daring, adventurous
venue
a place for gathering
root : cap/cep/cip
latin: capture, take or seize
reception
1. act of receiving
2. formal gathering
inicipient
beginning, starting
perceptible
noticeable or able to be felt by senses
susceptible
vulnerable, exposed
root : fin
latin for end or boundary
affinity
1)sympathy,attraction2) relationship
definitive
1)final 2) explained perfectly
infinitesimal
extremely small
finite
having an end or limits
root : jac/jec
latin for throw or hurl
adjacent
neighbor or sharing a boundary or boarder
conjecture
to guess
dejected
downcast, depressed
trajectory
the curved path that an object makes in space
root : tract
latin for drag or draw
detract
to decrease importance or value of effectiveness of something
protracted
drawn out, continued or extended
retraction
taking back, withdrawal
intractable
not easly handled
root : duc
to lead
conductive
encourage
deductive
subtraction, reacing a conclusion
induce
persuade, influence
seduction
temptation to wrong doing
root : sec/sequ
follow
consequential
resulting, importance
execute
to carry out perform
obsequious
excessivly submissiant. obideant
sequential
arranged in order
root : ambi/amphi
on both sides
ambiguous
doubtfull or uncertaint
ambient
exsisiting on both sides
ambivalent
opposite feelings
amphitheater
oval or circular building