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Know your roots. Come up with the meaning of the roots to determine the whole word’s meaning. Ambiguous- Anachronism- Bibliophile- Circumspect- Otolaryngologist- Neophyte- Sectarian- Verbose- Hemophilia Arthroscope Nudibranch Gastropod Hepatologist Chromatophore Osteichthyes

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Ambiguous-

  • Anachronism-
  • Bibliophile-
  • Circumspect-
  • Otolaryngologist-
  • Neophyte-
  • Sectarian-
  • Verbose-
  • Hemophilia
  • Arthroscope
  • Nudibranch
  • Gastropod
  • Hepatologist
  • Chromatophore
  • Osteichthyes
  • Pteranodon
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Ambiguous- having more than one meaning

  • Anachronism- misplacing of an event in time
  • Bibliophile- lover of books
  • Circumspect- cautious (Like to inspect around something completely)
  • Otolaryngologist- ear, nose, throat doctor
  • Neophyte- beginner, novice
  • Sectarian- narrow in focus
  • Verbose- excessively wordy
  • Hemophilia- blood love
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10. Arthroscope- device for looking into joints

11. Nudibranch- naked gills (“sea slug”)

12. Gastropod- stomach foot

13. Hepatologist- one that studies liver

14. Chromatophore – color bearer (cell)

15. Osteichthyes – bony fish

16. Pteranodon – winged no teeth

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