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A:
WITHOUT
amoral
atheist
atypical
AB/ABS
OFF, AWAY, FROM, APART, DOWN 
abduct
abhor: to hate, detest
abolish
abstract
abnormal
abdicate
abstinence
abtruse: hard to understand, secret, hidden
AC/ACR
SHAPR, BITTER
acid
acute
acerbic
acrid
ACT/AG
TO DO; TO DRIVE; TO FORCE; TO LEAD 
agile
agitate
litigate
prodigal
pedagogue
synagogue
AD/AL
TO, TOWARD, NEAR
adapt
adjacent
addict
admire
address
adhere
adjoin
advocate
AL/ALI/ALTER
OTHER,ANOTHER
alternative
alias
alibi
alien
alter
altruist
allegory: figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another
AM
LOVE
amateur
amatory: lovemaking
amenity: agreeable
amorous: inclined to love
enamored: inflamed with love
amity: friendship
inamorata: female lover
amiable: agreeable
amicable: exhibiting good will
AMB
TO GO(begin); TO WALK
ambient: moving freely
preamble
ambassador: to go represent
ambulatory: capable of walking
perambulator: tour of inspection on foot
AMBI/AMPH
BOTH, MORE THAN ONE, AROUND
ambigous
amphibian: twofold nature
ambidextrous
ANIM
OF THE LIFE, MIND, SOUL, SPIRIT
unanimous: complete accord
animosity: FEELING of ill will
animus: hostile feelings
equanimity: mental or emotional stability, especially under tension
magnanimous: generous in forgiving an insult
ANNUI/ENNI
YEAR
annual
anniversary
annuity
perennial: lasting for an indefinte time
annals: records of events
ANTE
BEFORE
anterior
antecedent
antedate: precede in time (space race antedated vietnam)

ANTHRO/ANDR
MAN, HUMAN
anthropology
android
misanthrope: one who hates humans
philanderer: continues flirting
androgynous
androgen
anthropocentric: humans as central
ANTI
AGAINST
antibody
antidote
antiseptic
antipathy: aversion
antipodal: opposite side of the globe
APO
AWAY
apology
apostle
apocalypse
apogee: highest or most distant point
apocryphal: away from authentic
apostasy: total desertion of one's religion, principles, party
ARCH/ARCHI/ARCHY
CHIEF, PRINCIPAL, RULER
architect: devisor, maker or planner
archenemy: cheif enemy
monarchy: one ruler,
anarchy
oligarchy: ruled by group
AUTO
SELF
automatic
autocrat
autonomy
BE:
TO BE, TO HAVE A PARTICULAR QUALITY; TO EXIST
belittle: regard as less impressive
bemoan: express pity
bewilder: confuse
belie: to misrepresent, contradict
BEl
WAR
antebellum: before the war
rebel: resist
belligerent: warlike,
BEN/BON
GOOD
benefit
benign
benediction: uttering a blessing
benevolent
bonus
bona fide
BI
TWICE, DOUBLE
binocular
biennial: every two years
bilateral
bilingual
bipartisan
CAD/CID
TO FALL, TO HAPPEN BY CHANCE
accident: happening by chance
coincidence:
decadent: decay (fall from bones)
cascade: water FALLING
recidivsit: one who repeatedly relapses
CAP/CIP/CEPT
TO TAKE; TO GET
capture
anticipate
susceptible
emancipate to get free
percipient: having perception, discerning, discriminating
precept: commandment or direction as a rule of conduct
CAP/CAPIT/CIPIT
HEAD, HEADLONG
CAPITAL
DISCIPLE
PRECIPITATE: to hasten the occurence; prematurely
CAPITULATE
CAPTION
CARD/CORD/COUR
HEART
cardiac
encourage
concord
discord
concordance
CARN
FLESH
carnivorous
carnage
carnival
reincarnation
incarnation
CAST/CHAST
CUT
cast: to hurl
caste: hereditary social group
castigate: to punish in order to correct
chastise: to discipline by corporal punishment
chaste: free from obscenity; decent
CED/CEED/ CESS
TO GO; TO YIELD; TO STOP
antecedent: existing, being, or going before
concede: acknowledge (yield to truth)
predecessor: comes before
cessation
incessant
CERN/CERT/CRET/CRIM/CRIT
TO SEPARATE; TO JUDGE; TO DISTINGUISH; TO DECIDE
discrete
ascertain
certitude
discreet
hypocrite
criterion
CHRON
TIME
synchronize
chronology
anachronism
chronic
chronometer
CIRCU
AROUND, ON ALL SIDES
cirumference
circumstances
circuit
circumambulate: to walk around
circuitous: roundabout, indirect
CIS
TO CUT
scissors
precise
exorcise
incision
incisive
CLA/CLO/CLU
SHUT, CLOSE
conclude
claustrophobia
disclose
exclusive
cloister
preclude: prevent the presence of
CLAIM/CLAM
TO SHOUT; TO CRY OUT
exclaim
proclaim
clamor: loud noise
disclaim
reclaim
CLI
TO LEAN TOWARD
decline
recline
climax
proclivity: inclination, bias
disinclination
CO/COL/COM/CON
WITH, TOGETHER
connect
coerce
compatible
collide
collaborate
conciliate: to placate, win over
commensurate, suitable in measure, proportionate
CRE/CRESC/CRET
TO GROW
accrue
creation
increase
increment
accretion
CRED
TO BELIVE; TO TRUST
incredible
credentials
credo: any form of belief
credulity
credit
CRYP
HIDDEN
crypt
apocryphal
cryptology
CUB/CUMB
TO LIE DOWN
succumb
incubate
incumbent
recumbent:lying down (foot rest allows recumbent position)
CULP
TO BLAME
culprit
culpable: deserving blame
inculpate: to charge with fault
mea culpa: through my fault
DAC/DOC
TO TEACH
doctor
doctrine
indoctrinate
docile
didactic
DE
AWAY, OFF, DOWN, COMPLETELY, REVERDSAL
descend
decipher
defile
defame
deferential
delineate:to sketch or trace
DEM
PEOPLE
democracy
epidemic
endemic
pandemic
demographics
DI/DIA
APART, THROUGH
dialogue
diagnose
dilate
dilatory: inclined to delay
dichotomy
DIC/DICT/DIT

TO SAY, TO TELL, TO USE WORDS
dictionary
predict
verdict
interdict: to forbid; prohibit
DIGN
WORTH
dignity
dignitary: holds high rank
deign: to think fit or accordance
condign: well desrved
disdain
DIS/DIF
AWAY FROM, APART, REVERSAL, NOT
disperse
disseminate
dissipate
dissuade
diffuse
DOG/DOX
OPINION
orthodox
paradox
dogma
DOL
SUFFER, PAIN
condolence
indolence: state of being lazy
doleful
dolorous: full of pain, grievous
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