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Lesson 11 Against Prefixes. RED HOT ROOT WORDS. Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading. All Together. antagonist. The hero in the story was very kind, and the antagonist was extremely evil. . antagonist. noun. an opponent. antiseptic. noun. Something used to kill germs;

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Lesson 11 against prefixes

Lesson 11

Against

Prefixes

RED HOT ROOT WORDS

Mrs. Pope

7th Grade Reading



Antagonist
antagonist

The hero in the story was very kind, and the antagonist was extremely evil.


Antagonist1
antagonist

noun

an opponent


Antiseptic
antiseptic

noun

Something used to kill germs;

Adjective- free of germs


Antiseptic1
antiseptic

She cleaned the wound with antiseptic before bandaging it. antagonist


Antisocial
antisocial

adjective

Unable to socialize with other people; not sociable


Antisocial1
antisocial

He is so antisocial ; he never wants to do things with other people.


Contradiction
contradiction

noun

a statement that is opposite to another statement


Contradiction1
contradiction

Cory’s statement was acontradiction of what James said happened.


Counterbalance
counterbalance

noun

A weight used to balance another weight;

;

verb

To balance or offset


Counterbalance1
counterbalance

When sitting on a teeter totter, it’s a good idea to have someone about the same weight to counterbalance you.


Counterproductive
counterproductive

adjective

Producing the opposite of what is desired or intended


Counterproductive1
counterproductive

Her actions were completely counterproductive;in fact they made the task more difficult.


Oblique
oblique

verb

Not straight; slanting, inclined, or sloping


Oblique1
oblique

Draw a oblique line through the square to make two triangles.


Obnoxious
obnoxious

adjective

Very unpleasant and objectionable.


ance

obnoxious

The rotting fruit gave off an obnoxioussmell.


Obscure
obscure

verb

To make unclear; to conceal or make less obvious


Obscure ate
obscureate

He tried to obscure his footsteps by brushing a tree branch over the trail.


Obstinate
obstinate

adjective

unyielding; unreasonably determined to have one’s own way.


Obstinate1
obstinate

Theobstinate child kicked and screamed when she didn’t get what she wanted.


Synthesize
synthesize

verb

To form a new things by combining parts from other things; to unite or merge.


Synthesize1
synthesize

The medical researcher synthesized a new drug by blending two existing remedies.



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