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PRS. Week 3. a, an = not, without. anemia anorexia atheist apathy. anti = against. antibody antithesis antitoxin. dia = through. diagonal diatribe dialect. dys = ill, bad. dyslexia dysentary dystrophy. epi = upon, above. epitaph epidemic epidermis. hypo = under.

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Prs

PRS

Week 3


A an not without

a, an = not, without

  • anemia

  • anorexia

  • atheist

  • apathy


Anti against

anti = against

  • antibody

  • antithesis

  • antitoxin


Dia through

dia= through

  • diagonal

  • diatribe

  • dialect


Dys ill bad

dys= ill, bad

  • dyslexia

  • dysentary

  • dystrophy


Epi upon above

epi= upon, above

  • epitaph

  • epidemic

  • epidermis


Hypo under

hypo = under

  • hypodermic

  • hypocrite

  • hypothermia


Micro small

micro = small

  • micron

  • microphone

  • microbe

  • microscope


Retro backward

retro = backward

  • retrospection

  • retroactive

  • retrofit


Se away apart

se = away, apart

  • secede

  • segregate

  • sedition


Tele far

tele= far

  • telekinesis

  • telepathy

  • telethesia


Vocab words

Vocab Words

Week 3


Denounce v to speak out against to condemn

Denounce (v.)– to speak out against, to condemn

  • The administration denounced smoking on school grounds.


Embellish v to add details to exaggerate

Embellish (v.)– to add details, to exaggerate

  • To compete in the tough job market,the applicant embellished his qualifications on his resume.


Obscure adj unclear clouded hard to understand

Obscure (adj.)– unclear, clouded,hard to understand

  • The teacher’s obscure directions made it difficult for the students to complete the assignment.


Revere v to worship to honor

Revere (v.)– to worship, to honor

  • Many people tend to revere nice cars, but Mr. Moring likes Star Wars.


Stagnant adj not moving

Stagnant (adj.)– not moving

  • The stagnant pond water that Luke jumped in was unpleasant and full of algae. R2-D2 didn’t like it either.


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