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RE
back, again
CED
to go
recede
to go back
CAP
to take
receive
to take something offered
CREAT
to create
recreation
the refreshment of mind or body through some form of play or amusement
FER
to carry
referee
one to whome questions are carried back; an official in a sports contest
MIT
to send
remit
to send back
SID
to sit
reside
to dwell
residue
the part that remains after part has been separated away
TEN
to hold
RE
back, again
CED
to go
recede
to go back
CAP
to take
receive
to take something offered
CREAT
to create
recreation
the refreshment of mind or body through some form of play or amusement
FER
to carry
referee
one to whome questions are carried back; an official in a sports contest
MIT
to send
remit
to send back
SID
to sit
reside
to dwell
residue
the part that remains after part has been separated away
TEN
to hold
retain
to hold back or keep in one's possession
VEN
to come
revnue
money that comes back from an investment or other source; taxes and other income collected by a government
VIS
to see
revise
to see again in order to correct errors
VIV
to live
revive
to cause to live again
CALC
heel
recalcitrant
obstinate; stubbornly rebellious
CANT
to sing
recant
to renounce a belief formerly held, especially in a formal/public manner
CESS
to go
recession
a period of reduced economic activity
CLUS
to shut
recluse
one who lives shut back from the world
MISS
to send
remiss
(sent back) negligent; lax in attending to duty
remission
a lessening; forgiveness
NASC
to be born
Renaissance
a rebirth; the revival of classical art, literature, and learning in Europe in the 14th/15th/16th centuries.
SIL
to leap
resilience
the ability to recover quickly from illness, change, or misfortune
VERT
to turn
revert
to return to a former habit or conclusion
PRO
forward, before, for ,forth
CEED
to go
proceed
to go forward
CLAM
to cry out
proclaim
to announce officially and publicly
CLIVUS
slope
proclivity
an inclination toward something, especially toward something objectionable
FUS
to pour
profuse
pouring forth freely; generous
JECT
to throw
projectile
something thrown forward by force; a missile
profusion
an abundance
MONT
mountain
promontory
a high peak of land or rock (mountain) jutting forward into the sea
MOT
to move
promotion
a moving forward (as to a better job)
PEL
to push
propel
to push or drive forward
PENS
to hang
propensity
a natural inclination
PON
to put
proponent
one who argues in favor of something; an advocate
SPECT
to look
prospectus
a printed description of a proposed enterprise
TUBER
swelling
protuberant
bulging
VID, VIS
to see
provide
to get ready beforehand
provident
making provision for the future
provision
a preparation for the future
SCRIB, SCRIPT
to write
AD
to
ascribe
to attribute
CON
together
conscription
an enforced enrollment or military draft
IN
in
inscribe
orig. to engrave words in stone; now, to write in, as the dedication of a book
MANU
hand
manuscript
orig. something written by hand; now, a composition for publication
NON
not
nondescript
not easy to write about/describe; lacking distinctive qualities
PRE
before
prescribe
to write down a rule beforehand; in medicine, to order a treatment
PRO
before
proscribe
in ancient Rome, to publish the name of one condemned to death; now, to condemn or forbid as harmful
scribe
one who copies manuscripts
script
handwriting; the written copy of a play used by actors to learn their lines
Scripture
orig. anything written; now, the Bible
SUB
under
subscribe
to write one's name on an agreement; also, to support/give approval to an idea
TRANS
over
transcribe
to write over again, as to transcribe notes
SED, SID, SESS
to sit
AD
to
assess
to estimate the value of property for taxation
assessor
an official who assesses property for taxation
assiduous
persistent
IN
in
insidious
treacherous; more dangerous than seems evident
OB
against
obsess
to besiege like an evil spirit; to preoccupy the mind abnormally
obsession
orig. the act of an evil spirit in ruling one; now, a persisten idea/desire/emotion that cannot be got rid of by reasoning
PRE
before
preside
to sit before a meeting to conduct it
president
one who sits before a group as its head
sedative
a medicine that calms nervousness or excitement
sedentary
requiring much sitting
sediment
material that sits at the bottom of a liquid
session
the sitting together of a group
siege
a prolonged attack
SUB
under
subside
to sink to a lower level; to settle down
subsidiary
serving to assist or supplement; subordinate
subsidy
government financial support
SUPER
above
supersede
to take the place of; to displace