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adj)careful and exact; free from errors
ACCURATE

(cur)
That micrometer is ___ to a thousandth of an inch.
n) written account of events year by year; historical records
ANNALS

(ann/enn)
The ___ of West Point make interesting reading.
n) a private meeting
CONCLAVE

(claus/clave/close/clud/clus)
The cardinals held a(n) ___ to select the new Pope.
v) deny; to assert the opposite
CONTRADICT

(dict)
It is best not to ___ a man who has the facts.
n) a pupil, follower, or adherent of any teacher or school of learning
DISCIPLE

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
Peter was a(n) ___ of Jesus Christ.
n) clique; group wthin a body having common interests usually in opposition to the majority
FACTION

(fac)
The pro-gold ___ made two demands of the caucus.
n) step; degree; stage; amount of slope

v) to rate by quality or rank; move ground
GRADE

(grad/gress)
It takes practice to correctly ___ lumber.
adj) dead; dull; spiritless; having no life
INANIMATE

(anima)
A cold snake seems ___ until it warms up.
n) wrong; an act which violates rights
INJUSTICE

(jud/juris/jus)
Theft is a(n) ___, and so is murder.
n) words or symbols engraved on a surface
INSCRIPTION

(scribe/script)
The ___ on the ring said "Love Forever".
n) mediation, prayer, or pleading on behalf of others
INTERCESSION

(cede/ceed/cess)
Christ makes ___ for His people to God.
v) include; envelop or enfold; complicate or entangle
INVOLVE

(volv/volv)
A good organizer will ___ many people in a project.
v) to defame; slander; speak evil of

adj) evil; baleful; sinister
MALIGN

(mal)
A gossip will ___ you behind your back.
n) mollusk with eight legs covered with suckers
OCTOPUS

(ped/pus)
The ___ from Marineland climbed over the glass wall using its suction grippers.
n) written acknowledgment that something (goods, money) has been received
RECEIPT

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
The salesman handed us the ___ with a smile.
v) to lesson in any way; diminish; decrease; lose weight
REDUCE

(duc)
It is not always easy to ___ the bills we pay each month.
adj) accustomed to sit much of the time
SEDENTARY

(sed/sess/sid)
Computer operators have a(n) ___ job.
adj) under authority of; contingent upon

n) topic; main idea; course

v) cause to undergo
SUBJECT

(jac/ject)
A loyal ___ doffs his hat before his king.
n) renter; occupant; one who dwells or occupies
TENANT

(tain/ten/tin)
The former ___ said he liked the apartment.
n) surgery performed on a living animal
VIVISECTION

(sec/sect)
The researchers performed a(n) on a pig.