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Lesson 3: Change. evolve. From latin ex “ out ” + volvere , “ to roll” verb - To develop or achieve gradually. Immutable. From Latin im - , “ not ” + mutar e , “ to change ” adjective - Unchangeable; not subject or susceptible to change. Inveterate.

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evolve
evolve
  • Fromlatinex “out” + volvere, “to roll”
  • verb- Todeveloporachievegradually
immutable
Immutable
  • FromLatinim-, “not” + mutare, “tochange”
  • adjective- Unchangeable; notsubjector susceptible tochange
inveterate
Inveterate
  • FromLatinin-, “in” +vetus, “old”
  • adjective- Firmlyestablished and havingexistedfor a long time ; deeprooted
  • adjective- Habitual; repeatedlyactingaccordingtoaningrainedhabit
malleable
malleable
  • FromLatinmalleus, “hammer”
  • adjective -Capable of being

shapedorformed as by

hammeringorpressure

  • adjective- Easilycontrolled

orinfluenced

metamorphosis
Metamorphosis
  • FromGreekmeta-, “change” +morphe, “form”
  • noun- A markedchange in form, character, orfunction;

a transformation

modulate
modulate
  • fromLatinmodus, “measure”
  • verb-Toadjustoradoptto a certainlevelorproportion; toregulate
protean
protean
  • FromtheGreekgodProteus
  • adjective-Readilytakingondifferentforms, characteristics, ormeanings
sporadic
Sporadic
  • fromGreeksporadikos, “scattered”
  • adjective-scattered; occuring at irregular intervals; having no regular pattern
  • adjective-isolated; infrequent
transmute
transmute
  • FromLatintrans-, “across”+ mutare, “tochange”
  • verb-Tochangefromoneformtoanother; totransform
volatile
Volatile
  • fromLatinvolare, “tofly”
  • adjective-Tendingtovaryoftenorwidely, as in price; subjecttowidevariation; inconstant
  • adjective-Tendingtoward

violence; explosive

  • adjective-Evaporating

readily at normal tempera-

tures

and pressures

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