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PAS/PAT/PATH
FEELING/SUFFERING/DISEASE
sympathy
empathy
compassion
dispassionate
impassive
sociopath
PAU/PO/POV/PU
FEW,LITTLE, POOR
poverty
paucity
pauper: person without any means of support
impoverish
pusillanimous:lacking courage/ resolution
puerile: childish/immature
PED
CHILD, EDUCATION
pedagogue: teacher
pediatrician
pedant: displays learning impressively
excyclopedia
PED/POD
FOOT
pedal
pedestrian
expedite
impede
podium
antipodes
PEN/PUN
TO PAY; TO COMPENSATE
penal: punishment for crimes
penalty
punitive
penance
penitent: Contrite(feeling remorse)
PEND/PENS
TO HANG;TO WEIGH; TO PAY
depend
stipend
compensate
indispensable
appendix
appendage
PER
COMPLETELY
persistent
perforate
perplex
peruse: read with thoroughness
perfunctory: rountine duty
pertinacious: resolute
perspicacious: shrewd, astute
PERI
AROUND
perimeter
periscope
peripatetic: walking or traveling
PET/PIT
TO GO;TO SEEK; TO STRIVE
appetite
compete
petition
centripetal: moving towards center
impetuous: sudden rash action or emotion
petulant: sudden irritation
PHIL
LOVE
philosophy
philatelist: loves postage stamps
philology: study literature&determine authenticity
bibliophile:loves collecting books
PLAC
TO PLEASE
placid
placebo
implacable: unable to please
complacent
complaisant:disposed to please
PLE
TO FILL
complete
deplete
supplement
implement
replete
plethora
PLEX/PLIC/PLY
TO FOLD, TWIST,TANGLE, OR BEND
COMPLEX
REPLICA
IMPLICIT
IMPLICATE
DUPLICITY
SUPPLICATE:to make humble and earnest entreaty
PON/POS/POUND
TO PUT; TO PLACE
component
expose
expound
juxtapose
repository
PORT
TO CARRY
import
export
portable
deportment: conduct/ behavior
disport: divert/ amuse oneself
importune: to urge/ press with excessive persistence
PREHEND/PRISE
TO TAKE;TO GET;TO SEIZE
surprise
enterprise
reprehensible
comprise
reprisal
apprehend
PRO
MUCH, FOR, A LOT
prolific
profuse
prodigal
prodigious
proselytize: to convert/ recruit
provident: showing foresight
PROB
TO PROVE; TO TEST
Probe
approbation
opprobrium
reprobate
problematic
probity: honesty
PUG
TO FIGHT
pugnacious: quarrel or fight readily
impugn: to challenge as false
repugnant: objectionable or offensive
pugillist: fighter
PUNC/PUNG/POIGN
TO POINT; TO PRICK
point
puncture
pungent
compunction: feeling of unease for doing wrong
punctilious: strictly formal
expunge: erase/ eliminate
QUE/QUIS
TO SEEK
acquire
exquisite
conquest
inquisitive
query
querulous
perquisite: gratuity
QUI
QUIET
quiet
disquiet: lack of calm
tranquil
acquiesce
quiescence: condition of rest/still/inactive
RID/RIS
TO LAUGH
riddle
derision
risible: causing laughter
ROG

TO ASK interrogate 
arrogant 
abrogate: formally abolish 
surrogate 
derogatory 
arrogate: to claim presumptuously
SACR/SANCT/SECR
SACRED
sacred
sacrifice
sanctify
sanction
execrable: abominable
sacrament
sacrilege:violating sacred
SAL/SIL/SULT
TO LEAP, TO JUMP
insult
assault
somersault
saliet
resilient
insolent
exult: to show or feel triumphant joy
desultory: at random (jumping around), unmethodical
SCI
TO KNOW
Conscious
conscience
unconscionable: unscrupulous/ duplicit
omniscient
prescient: premonition
SE
APART
select
separate
seduce
segregate
secede
sequester: to reove or withdraw into solitude
sedition: incitement of discontent
SEC/SEQU
TO FOLLOW
second
prosecute
sequence
obsequious
non sequitur: an inference or conclusion that does not follow from the premises
SED/SESS/SIS
TO SIT; TO BE STILL; TO PLAN; TO PLOT
preside
resident
sediment
dissident: disagreeing, as in opinion or attitude
residual
subsidiary
insidious
assiduous: dilligent, persistent
SENS/SENT
TO FEEL; TO BE AWARE
sense
sensory
sentiment
presentiment:feeling that something is about to happen
dissent
resent
sentinel
insensate: without feeling or sensitivity
SOL
TO LOOSEN; TO FREE
dissolve
soluble
resolution
dissolution
dissolute
absolution
SPEC/SPIC/SPIT
TO LOOK; TO SEE
perspective
speculation
suspicious
spectrum
retrospective
circumspect
perspicacious: having keen mental persception and understanding
conspicuous
specious:deceptively attractive
STA/STI
TO STAND; TO BE IN PLACE
static
destitute
obstinate
constitute
stasis
apostasy: renunciation
SUA
SMOOTH
suave
persuade
dissuade
assauge
TAC/TIC
TO BE SILENT
reticent: dispose to be silent
tacit
taciturn: uncommunicative
TAIN/TEN/TENT/TIN
TO HOLD
detain
pertain
tenacious
abstention
tenure
tenable
sustenance
pertinacious: persistent
TEND/TENS/TENT/TENU
TO STRETCH; TO THIN
tension
tentative
tendentious:predisposed to a point of view
distend
attenuate: to weaken or reduce
extenuating
contentious:quarrelsome,disagreeable
TRACT
TO DRAG; TO PULL; TO DRAW
tractor
attract
contract
detract: to take away a positive
abstract: to draw or pull away,
tractable: easily managed or controlled
protract: to prolong
US/UT
TO USE
abuse
usage
usurp
utilitarian
VEN/VENT
TO COME OR TO MOVE TOWARD
convene
venturesome
intervene
contravene:come into conflict
adventitious: accidental
VER
TRUTH
verdict
veracious
verity
verisimilitude
aver: to affirm
VERD
GREEN
verdant
verdure:fresh, rich vegetation
VERS/VERT
TO TURN
controversy
revert
diverse
aversion
introvert
extrovert
inadvertent
covert
avert
VI
LIFE
vivid
vicarious
viable
vivacity
vita
VID/VIS
TO SEE
evident
video
adviser
survey
vista: a view or prospect
VIL
BASE, MEAN
vilify
revile
vile
VOC/VOK
TO CALL
vocabulary
advocate
vociferous: crying out noisily
convoke:to call together
invoke
VOL
TO WISH
voluntary
malevolent: bad will
volition
VOR
TO EAT
voracious
carnivorous
omnivorous
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