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Cred - believe. Accredit – to regard as true (verb) Molly accredited her biology professor as a trustworthy source after seeing his doctorate diploma on his office wall. Cred - believe. Credulous – willing to believe (Adj.) Anyone who believes in the Loch Ness monster is a

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Cred believe

Cred - believe

Accredit – to regard as true

(verb)

Molly accredited her biology

professor as a trustworthy source

after seeing his doctorate diploma on

his office wall.


Cred believe1

Cred - believe

Credulous – willing to believe

(Adj.)

Anyone who believes in the

Loch Ness monster is a

credulous fool.


Cred believe2

Cred - believe

Incredible – unbelievable

(Adj.)

It seems incredible that the

students performed the play

with only four weeks of

rehearsal.


Ic art

ic - art

Aesthetic – the philosophy of art

and beauty

The painting represents the clean lines,

bare surfaces, and sense of space that

reflect the machine-age aesthetic.


Ic art1

ic - art

Eclectic – the art of selecting sources out

of the ordinary (Adj.)

Lady Gaga has eclectic

taste in her personal

fashion.


Ic art2

ic - art

Rhetoric – the art of writing or speech (n)

Many people prefer not

to hear the empty

rhetoric of politicians.


Sci to know

Sci – to know

Nescience – lack of knowledge (n)

Since Billy has been sick for two

weeks, he didn’t turn in his project due to nescience of its due date.


Sci to know1

Sci – to know

science – a branch of knowledge

(noun)

Modern forensic science is often

used to research many old cases

that were never solved.


Sci to know2

Sci – to know

Sciolism – superficial knowledge

(noun)

Tossing around trendy academic terms

is a common display of sciolism.


Vac empty

Vac - empty

Vacate – to empty of occupants (verb)

Buddy the Elf was order to

immediately vacate the store

after punching Santa in the

face.


Vac empty1

Vac - empty

Vacuous – without contents (adj.)

Jeremy’s vacuous wallet

was empty after his

Wife went shopping.


Vac empty2

Vac - empty

Vacuum – space empty of matter (noun)

At high speed, the rushing air tends to create a partial vacuum inside the tube.


Zygo yoke

Zygo - yoke

Zygomorphic – bilaterally symmetrical

James was able to cut the

watermelon into two equal halves

because of it’s zygomorpic shape.


Zygo yoke1

Zygo - yoke

Zygosis – the union of gametes to form a zygote; conjungation (verb)

Zygosis is essential to the creation of life.


Zygo yoke2

Zygo - yoke

Zygosity – the genetic condition of a zygote (noun)

The zygosity of the

unborn fetus was

determined to be

identical twins!


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