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In-. Not. -ILE. = quality or state. To understand, to comprehend. Fathom (verb). Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined. Adamant (adj). Adamantly (adv). Guilt and regret. Remorse (noun). Remorseful (adj) Remorsefully (adv). Unable to be fixed.

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In-


Not


-ILE


= quality or state


  • To understand, to comprehend


Fathom (verb)


Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.


Adamant (adj)

  • Adamantly (adv)


Guilt and regret


Remorse (noun)

Remorseful (adj)

Remorsefully (adv)


Unable to be fixed


Irreparable (adj)

Irreparably (adv)


Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic


Cynical (adj)

  • Cynically (adv)


The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.


Irony (noun)

Ironic (adj)

Ironically (adv)


To feel a deep, brewing anger


Seethe (verb)


Ambi-


“Both”


Foreshadows something bad is going to happen


Ominous (adj)

ominously (adv)


Ante-


“Before”


Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive

liars


Wanton (adj.)

  • Wantonly (adverb)

  • Wantonness (noun)


Anti-


against


The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail


Antagonist (noun)

Antagonistic (adj)

Antagonistically(adv)


Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values


Integrity (noun)


Who the story is about; the one we want to win


Protagonist (noun)


Super freaked out; upset


Distraught (adj)

Distraughtly(adv)


To give up and/or to give in

…and I ate half a cake.


Succumb (verb)


Pan-


“all”


-ISM


= quality or state


-IC


= relating to


-DOM


= quality or state


Foreshadows something bad is going to happen


Ominous (adj)

ominously (adv)


-ULAR


= relating to


Easily tricked


Gullible (adj)

Gullibly (adv)


-OUS


= quality or state


Un-


Not


-TION


= quality or state


Omni-


“all”


-AL


= relating to


  • To understand, to comprehend


Fathom (verb)


Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.


Adamant (adj)

  • Adamantly (adv)


Guilt and regret


Remorse (noun)

Remorseful (adj)

Remorsefully (adv)


Unable to be fixed


Irreparable (adj)

Irreparably (adv)


Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic


Cynical (adj)

  • Cynically (adv)


The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.


Irony (noun)

Ironic (adj)

Ironically (adv)


To feel a deep, brewing anger


Seethe (verb)


Ambi-


“Both”


Ante-


“Before”


Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive


Wanton (adj.)

  • Wantonly (adverb)

  • Wantonness (noun)


Anti-


against


The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail


Antagonist (noun)

Antagonistic (adj)

Antagonistically(adv)


Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values


Integrity (noun)


Who the story is about; the one we want to win


Protagonist (noun)


Super freaked out; upset


Distraught (adj)

Distraughtly(adv)


To give up and/or to give in


Succumb (verb)


-DOM-ILE-ISM-OUS-TION


= quality or state


-AL-IC-ULAR


= relating to


“all”


Omni-Pan-


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