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STEM LIST 65. DIALECTIC (N) A LOGICAL DISCUSSION ABOUT THE TRUTH OF A THEORY OR OPINION STEM : DIA - ACROSS. CONVERSATION, WRITING ABOUT A THEORY OR OPINION Human relationships are a complex dialectic involving two relating to each other despite their differences. SOPHIST. SOPHIST (N)

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stem list 65
STEM LIST 65
  • DIALECTIC (N)
  • A LOGICAL DISCUSSION ABOUT THE TRUTH OF A THEORY OR OPINION

STEM : DIA - ACROSS

  • CONVERSATION, WRITING ABOUT A THEORY OR OPINION
  • Human relationships are a complex dialectic involving two relating to each other despite their differences.
sophist
SOPHIST
  • SOPHIST (N)
  • ANY OF A CLASS OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHER IN ANCIENT GREECE
  • STEM:
  • SOPH- WISDOM
  • IST- ONE WHO
  • GREEK TERM FOR TEACHER
  • Mr. Allen would be called a sophist if he taught in Ancient Greece.
erudite
ERUDITE
  • ERUDITE
  • CHARACTERIZED BY GREAT KNOWLEDGE
  • STEM
  • EX - OUT
  • SOMEONE OF HIGH INTELLIGENCE
  • Mr. Jenkins is an erudite professor when it comes to teaching computer engineering.
denouement
DENOUEMENT
  • DENOUEMENT
  • THE FINAL RESOULTION OF A PLOT IN A NOVEL OR DRAMA
  • STEM
  • DIS – AWAY
  • NOD- KNOT
  • MOMENT WHEN THE PLOT OF A DRAMA IS DISCOVERED
  • IN PAY IT FORWARD THE DENOUNMENT IS WHEN THE LITTLE BOY DIED AND HIS ACTIONS AFFECTED THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.
esculent
ESCULENT
  • ESCULENT
  • SUITABLE FOR USE AS FOOD
  • STEM
  • LENT – FULL OF
  • ED - EAT
  • FOOD IS SAFE TO EAT
  • IN COUNTRIES THAT ARE VERY POOR IT MAY BE HARD TO FIND FOOD THAT IS ESCULENT BECAUSE THEY DO NOT HAVE THE SAME FOOD STANDARDS WE HAVE.
circumvent
CIRCUMVENT
  • CIRCUMVENT
  • TO GO AROUNDOR BY PASS
  • STEM
  • VENT - COME
  • TO TRY AND BYPASS
  • MARK STOLE THE ANSWER SHEET TO THE TEST TO CIRCUMVENT STUDYING.
autodidact
AUTODIDACT
  • AUTODIDACT
  • a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher
  • STEM
  • AUTO - SELF
  • Self taught
  • Mark Zuckerburg displayed autodidact qualities because since he was a boy he showed expertise in creating computer programs.
reify
REIFY
  • REIFY
  • to convert into or regard as a concrete thing
  • STEM
  • RES- THING
  • FY- MAKE
  • TO MAKE IT “REAL” NO LONGER ABSTRACT
  • The doctor telling the teenager he had cancer was what he need to reify his condition and move forward.
exculpate
EXCULPATE
  • EXCULPATE
  • to clear from a charge of guilt or fault
  • STEM
  • Culp - blame
  • TO BE FREED FROM GUILT

Cameras exculpate people just as well as they incriminate them.

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pertinacious
PERTINACIOUS
  • PERTINACIOUS
  • holding tenaciously to a purpose, course of action, or opinion
  • STEM
  • TEN – HOLD
  • TO BE STUBBORN
  • STUDENTS WHO DO NOT FOLLOW THE RULES AT SCHOOL ARE PERTINACIOUS
  • BEHAVIORS.
interlocutor
INTERLOCUTOR
  • INTERLOCUTOR
  • a person who takes part in a conversation or dialogue
  • STEM
  • INTER –BETWEEN
  • LOCU - TALK
  • A PERSON IN THE MIDDLE OF CONVERSATION
  • Counselors like Mr. Gibson play a interlocutor role in the relationship between students, teachers, and parents.
aphorism
APHORISM
  • APHORISM
  • a terse saying embodying a general truth, or astute observation
  • STEM
  • APO - AWAY
  • A SAYING WITH A MEANING
  • “What goes around comes around”
  • “Treat people how you are suppose to be treated”