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Strength and Power. RED HOT ROOT WORDS. Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading. Lesson 35 . Red Hot Root Words. dynamic. adjective. full of energy and forcefulness; related to energy and power. dynamic. The dynamic speaker soon had the whole audience on its feet clapping. dynamo. noun.

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red hot root words

Strength and Power

RED HOT ROOT WORDS

Mrs. Pope

7th Grade Reading

Lesson 35

dynamic
dynamic
  • adjective
  • full of energy and forcefulness; related to energy and power
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dynamic

The dynamic speaker soon had the whole audience on its feet clapping.

dynamo
dynamo
  • noun
  • an energetic, hard-working person
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dynamo

The job needs a real dynamo who is willing to put a lot of time and energy into the project.

dynasty
dynasty
  • noun
  • a succession of rulers
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dynasty

The Ming dynasty ruled China for three hundred years.

fortify
fortify
  • verb
  • to make stronger
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fortify

They fortified the sea wall with large boulders.

fortitude
fortitude
  • noun
  • courage; endurance of pain or misfortune
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fortitude

The climber’s attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest showed great fortitude.

omnipotent
omnipotent
  • adjective
  • all-powerful; having great or unlimited power
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omnipotent

The omnipotent ruler made all decisions and had authority in all matters.

potent
potent
  • adjective
  • mighty; powerful; having great authority
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potent

The hurricane was potent, destroying everything in its path.

valid
valid
  • adjective
  • sound or just because it is based on legal principles or sound evidence
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valid

I gave the teacher a valid excuse for not having my homework, but she still gave me a zero.

valor
valor
  • noun
  • bravery; courage; fearlessness
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valor

Because of his valor in battle, the town gave a parade in his honor.

valorous
valorous
  • adjective
  • brave, courageous
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valorous

He received a medal of honor for his valorous conduct.

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