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Governmental Words. RED HOT ROOT WORDS. Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading. Lesson 42. Red Hot Root Words. affidavit. noun. a statement (usually written) made under oath. affidavit. He signed an affidavit claiming to be the real owner of the property. aristocracy. noun.

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Red hot root words

Governmental Words

RED HOT ROOT WORDS

Mrs. Pope

7th Grade Reading

Lesson 42



Affidavit
affidavit

  • noun

  • a statement (usually written) made under oath


Affidavit1
affidavit

He signed an affidavit claiming to be the real owner of the property.


Aristocracy
aristocracy

  • noun

  • people in the upper class; a government run by the upper class


Aristocracy1
aristocracy

The citizens revolted against the aristocracy and formed a government that represented all citizens, regardless of wealth or social standing.


Autocrat
autocrat

  • noun

  • a ruler with unlimited powers


Autocrat1
autocrat

While the autocrat had ultimate power, he truly tried to treat his people well.


Confident
confident

  • adjective

  • self-assured; having full trust


Confident1
confident

I am confident that I will be able to do it.


Confidential
confidential

  • adjective

  • secretive or relating to secret matters


Confidential1
confidential

What I am about to tell you is strictly confidential. Don’t tell anyone.


Domineering
domineering

  • adjective

  • overbearing; inclined to rule with arrogance


Domineering1
domineering

Domineering people often get their way, but everyone thinks they are bullies.


Dominion
dominion

  • noun

  • supreme authority; an empire


Dominion1
dominion

The king had dominion over the entire country.


Federation
federation

  • noun

  • a union a league of individual people or states


Federation1
federation

As a group, the federation decided to send aid to the war-torn country.


Fidelity
fidelity

  • noun

  • faithfulness; loyalty; belief


Fidelity1
fidelity

Fidelity is a key ingredient of good friendships and marriages.


Infidel
infidel

  • noun

  • an unbeliever; someone who has no faith


Infidel1
infidel

The infidel was banished from the church.


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