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Unit VI Derivatives!. exemplum, exempli (n.) example. 1. EXEMPLIFY. (verb): to be a good example of something My dad exemplifies what a good neighbor should be---he’s always helping others around him. egregius , egregia egregium : distinguished, excellent. 2. EGREGIOUS.

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exemplum,

  • exempli (n.)
  • example
1 exemplify
1. EXEMPLIFY
  • (verb): to be a good example of something
  • My dad exemplifies what a good neighbor should be---he’s always helping others around him.
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egregius,

  • egregia
  • egregium:
  • distinguished,
  • excellent
2 egregious
2. EGREGIOUS
  • (adjective): very bad and easily noticed
  • The little boy’s egregious conduct in the restaurant included throwing food at other customers.
  • That was an egregious case of police brutality.
3 primitive
3. PRIMITIVE
  • (adjective): of, belonging to, or seeming to come from an early time in the very distant past
  • Sago palms are primitive plants---they’ve been around since the dinosaurs!
  • The outhouse was a primitive toilet.
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suscipio,

  • suscipere,
  • suscepi,
  • susceptus:
  • undertake, take up, start
4 susceptible
4. SUSCEPTIBLE
  • (adjective): easily affected, influenced, or harmed by something
  • He is susceptible to colds.
  • Many people are susceptible to peer pressure.
5 perilous
5. PERILOUS
  • (adjective): full of danger
  • The climb up the mountain was very perilous.
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integer, integra, integrum

fresh, whole, untouched

6 integrity
6. INTEGRITY
  • (noun): the quality of being honest or fair
  • He is a man of great integrity in his business dealings.
  • (noun): the state of being complete or whole
  • The earthquake may have damaged the building’s structural integrity.
7 cupidity
7. CUPIDITY
  • (noun): greed
  • The cupidity of the investors led to the downfall of the bank.
8 indubitably
8. INDUBITABLY
  • (adverb): undoubtedly
  • She was indubitably the hardest worker at the souvenir shop.
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ego, mei

I, of me

9 egocentric
9. EGOCENTRIC
  • (adjective): self-centered
  • The egocentric movie actor cared nothing about her hard-working staff.
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ubi

when, where

10 ubiquitous
10. UBIQUITOUS
  • (adjective): seeming to be seen everywhere
  • Advertisements for GEICO are ubiquitous---TV, radio, billboards, everywhere!