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clud (close) exclude, included, preclude. CLUD means close. To exclude is to close out; to be included is to be admitted; and to preclude something that might happen means to stop it, to close the possibility before it happens! Spanish… includido.

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Clud close exclude included preclude
clud (close) exclude, included, preclude

  • CLUD means close.

  • To exclude is to close out; to be included is to be admitted; and to preclude something that might happen means to stop it, to close the possibility before it happens!

  • Spanish…includido


Se apart separate secede sedition
se (apart) separate, secede, sedition

  • SE means apart.

  • To separate is to put something apart; to secede is to go apart, as the South did in the Civil War; and sedition is exciting people to rebel against the government!

  • Spanish…sedición


Plu more plus pluralism nonplused
plu (more) plus, pluralism, nonplused

  • PLU means more.

  • A plus is an addition of more; pluralism is the belief in a society of many different groups; and to be nonplused is to be overwhelmingly confused, feeling like “No more, tell me no more!”

  • Spanish…pluralismo


Germ vital germ germinate germane
germ (vital) germ, germinate, germane

  • GERM means vital.

  • A germ is a tiny living organism; to germinate is to become vital and grow; and a germane idea is one that is vital to the conversation.

  • Spanish…germinar


Fus pour transfusion infusion fusillade
FUS (pour) transfusion, infusion, fusillade

  • FUS means pour.

  • In a transfusion, blood pours from one person to another; in an infusion of ideas, the ideas pour in from elsewhere; and when warships unleash a fusillade, there is a great outpouring of gunfire.

  • Spanish…fusilería


Advanced word preclude
Advanced Word: Preclude

The verb preclude (pree-KLOOD) from the Latin praecludere, contains the stem pre (before) and clud (close) and refers to heading off something in advance, closing it off as a possibility, before it even happens. In 1911 in her novel Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton wrote that “for the moment his sense of relief was so great as to preclude all other feelings.”


Caesar s english ii lesson xiii

Caesar’s English II Lesson XIII

Stem meaning example

clud close exclude, conclude

se apart separate, secede

plu more plus, plural

germ vital germinate, germane

fus pour transfuse, profuse


PRECLUDE : AVOID ::

  • secede : withdraw

  • seed : germinate

  • exclude : include

  • blood : transfusion


PRECLUDE : AVOID ::

  • secede : withdraw

  • seed : germinate

  • exclude : include

  • blood : transfusion


GUNS : FUSILLADE ::

  • separate : unify

  • germane : relevant

  • exclude : barriers

  • tubes : transfusion


GUNS : FUSILLADE ::

  • separate : unify

  • germane : relevant

  • exclude : barriers

  • tubes : transfusion


Find the best opposite.

NONPLUSED

  • germane

  • lucid

  • infused

  • precluded


Find the best opposite.

NONPLUSED

  • germane

  • lucid

  • infused

  • precluded


SEDITION

  • exclusion

  • patriotism

  • germination

  • treachery


SEDITION

  • exclusion

  • patriotism

  • germination

  • treachery






In the panic of the barbarian assault, the legion commander was __________.

  • nonplused

  • separate

  • germane

  • transfused


In the panic of the barbarian assault, the legion commander was __________.

  • nonplused

  • separate

  • germane

  • transfused


The grammar of vocabulary nonplused an adjective
The Grammar of Vocabulary: was __________.nonplused, an adjective.

When the generals refused, Caesar was completely nonplused.

________________________________________

________________________________________

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Caesar s classic words challenge
Caesar’s Classic Words Challenge was __________.

From Herman Melville’s Billy Budd

Nothing especially __________ to the story occurred.

  • separate

  • precluded

  • germane

  • nonplused


Caesar s classic words challenge1
Caesar’s Classic Words Challenge was __________.

From Herman Melville’s Billy Budd

Nothing especially __________ to the story occurred.

  • separate

  • precluded

  • germane

  • nonplused


From Edith Wharton’s was __________.Ethan Frome

His sense of relief was so great as to _________ all other feelings.

  • separate

  • transfuse

  • germinate

  • preclude


From Edith Wharton’s was __________.Ethan Frome

His sense of relief was so great as to _________ all other feelings.

  • separate

  • transfuse

  • germinate

  • preclude


From Herman Melville’s was __________.Billy Budd

He was ____________, evincing a confusion.

  • germane

  • nonplused

  • included

  • pluralistic


From Herman Melville’s was __________.Billy Budd

He was ____________, evincing a confusion.

  • germane

  • nonplused

  • included

  • pluralistic


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