Word Roots . Miss, mitt. ddd. Prefixes. Suffixes. c ommissioner, n. A person sent to meet with others to plan and make official decisions. The baseball commissioner decided to suspend the players for 10 games. s mite, v. To send a sharp blow; to strike.
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The baseball commissioner decided to suspend the players for 10 games.
He vowed that he would smite his enemy.
The technology allows data to be transmitted by cellular phones.
The judge decided that the confession was admissible in court.
The two old friends like to fire off missives filled with good-natured teasing and mock insults.
The class was submissiveto their teacherâ€™s demands.
Mrs. Gigantino permitted herself one more cookie after lunch on Friday.
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The young college student always mails in her remittance late, so she usually gets charged a late fee on her phone bill.