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INVOKE (VERB)

IN-VOK
TO CALL IN ASSISTANCE;TO CALL UPON

WE INVOKE THE HELP OF GOD WHEN
WE NEED IT
DICTATOR (NOUN)

DIK TA-TER
A RULER WITH TOTAL AUTHORITY

ALDORF HITLER WAS A DICTATOR
FOR THE NAZI'S
DEMOGRAPHIC (ADJ)

DEM E-GRAF IK
REFERRING TO THE STUDY OF POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS

WE HAVE SEVERAL KINDS OF DEMOGRAPHIC IN THE U.S.
CONTRADICT (VERB)

KON TRE-DIKT
TO SAY OR PUT FORTH THE OPPOSITE OF SOMETHING

I HAD A CONTRADICT AT WORK WITH MY BOSS
LOQUACIOUS (ADJ)

LO-KWA SHES
VERY TALKATIVE

MY MOTHER IS A LOQUACIOUS WHEN
SHE'S ON THE PHONE
EDICT (NOUN)

E DIKT
AN ORDER OR DECREE

MR.BUSH GIVES A EDICT WHEN WE GO TO WAR
VOCIFEROUS (ADJ)

VO-SIF ER-ES
CRYING OUT NOISILY;SPEAKING LOUDLY

BABIES ARE VOCIFEROUS WHEN THEY START TO CRY
IMPLY (VERB)

IM-PLI
TO SUGGEST
TO SAY SOMETHING INDIRECTLY

I'M GOING TO IMPLY SOMETHING
LATER TO A FRIEND

INSCRIPTION (NOUN)

IN-SKRIP SHEN
CARVING OR WRITING ON A SURFACE;A SIGNED MESSAGE ON A PICTURE OR A BOOK

STUDENTS GET ALOT OF INSCRIPTIONS IN THEIR YEARBOOKS FROM OTHERS
CONSCIENCE (NOUN)

KON SHENS
SENSE OF RIGHT AND WRONG
MORAL SENSE

PEOPLE HAVE THEIR OWN CONSCIENCE OF RIGHT&WRONG DOINGS
MANUSCRIPT (NOUN,ADJ)

MAN YE-SKRIPT
THE ORIGINAL TEXT OF A BOOK OR ARTICLE BEFORE PUBLICATION;REFERRING TO WRITTING DONE BY HAND


INFER (VERB)

IN-FUR
TO CONCLUDE;TO GUESS

I INFER THAT THE VIKINGS WILL
NOT BE IN THE PLAYOFFS THIS YR
ECOLOGY (NOUN)

I-KOL E-JE
THE RELATIONSHIP OF LIVING THINGS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT;THE STUDY OF THIS RELATIONSHIP

TRANSCIBE (VERB)

TRAN-SKRIB
TO MAKE A COMPLETE WRITTEN COPY;TO COPY SOMETHING INTO ANOTHER FORM

CASSETTE TAPES ARE TRANSCRIBE ONTO A COMPACT DISK
EPIGRAM (NOUN)

EP I-GRAM
A SHORT,CLEVER SAYING,OFTEN IN
RHYME

CONSCIOUS (ADJ)

KON SHES
AWARE;AWAKE

PEOPLE ARE NOT CONSCIOUS WHEN THEY TALK ON THEIR CELL PHONES
WHEN DRIVING
COLLOQUIAL (ADJ)

KE-LO KWE-EL
INFORMAL CONVERSATION OR EXPRESSION

PEOPLE USES THE COLLOQUIAL WORD "YEAH" INSTEAD OF "YES"
AFFECT (VEREB)

E-FECT
TO HAVE AN INFLUENCE ON
TO CHANGE

GOING TO PRISON HAD A AFFECT ON ME
PROLOGUE (NOUN)

PRO LOG
THE INTRODUCTION TO A LITERACY OR ARTISTIC WORK

THE PROLOGUE OF THE MOVIE THE CROW IS BASED UPON THE NIGHT BEFORE HALLOWEEN
EFFECT (NOUN)

I-FEKT
A RESULT

THEY SAY THAT PETS HAVE AN EFFECT ON PEOPLE'S HAPPINESS
GRAPHIC (ADJ)

GRAF IK
REFERRING TO DRAWINGS OR ARTISTIC WRITING;DESCRIBED VIVIDLY OR CLEARLY

THE COMPUTER HAS ALOT OF EXCELLENT GRAPHIC ON IT

ADVOCATE (VERB,NOUN)

AD VE-KAT;AD VE-KIT
TO URGE PUBLICILY;TO RECOMMEND

A PERSON WHO PUBLICLY URGES A CAUSE

REVOKE (VERB)

RI-VOK
TO CANCELL OR WITHDRAW

WE REVOKE FROM CLASS WHEN WE NEED TO OR TOLD TO