Latin roots pli ploy plic to fold coil
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Latin Roots: Pli/Ploy/Plic- to fold, coil. 1. ploy v. a maneuver or stratagem to gain the advantage; ruse; subterfuge; gambit. 2. pliant adj. having a variety of uses; adaptable; pliable. 3. ply v. to work with diligently; employ busily; wield. 4. deploy v.

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Latin roots pli ploy plic to fold coil

Latin Roots:Pli/Ploy/Plic- to fold, coil.


1 ploy v

1. ploy v.

a maneuver

or stratagem

to gain the

advantage;

ruse; subterfuge; gambit


2 pliant adj

2. pliant adj.

having a variety of uses; adaptable; pliable


3 ply v

3. ply v.

to work with diligently; employ busily; wield.


4 deploy v

4. deploy v.

to spread out; to arrange,

place, or move

strategically


5 employ v

5. employ v.

to engage

the services

of


6 complicit y n

6. complicity n.

involvement as an

accomplice or associate

in wrongdoing in

a questionable

act or a crime


7 duplicity n

7. duplicity n.

deliberate

deceptiveness

in behavior or speech;

an instance of

deliberate

deceptiveness;

double-dealing


8 inexplicable adj

8. inexplicable adj.

difficult or impossible to explain or account for


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