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discordant – adj. Lacking harmony or agreement; conflicting discordance – noun discordantly – adv. Eventually, the two discordant personalities made peace with each other. volatile – adj. Highly unstable; explosive volatility – noun

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discordant adj

discordant – adj.

Lacking harmony or agreement; conflicting

discordance – noun

discordantly – adv.

Eventually, the two discordant personalities made peace with each other.

volatile adj

volatile – adj.

Highly unstable; explosive

volatility – noun

His volatile temper often got him in trouble with the law.

distend verb

distend - verb

To swell; extend

Overeating had distended his stomach.

The sea distended about them.

fecund adj

fecund – adj.

fertile; productive

The fecund farmland provided the farmer with his best crop ever.

connotation noun

connotation - noun

a meaning that is implied or suggested.

A “feeling” a word suggests.

Apossibleconnotation of “home” is “a placeof warmth, comfort, and affection.”

affixes

Affixes

Prefix: poly

Definition: many

Examples: polygon, polyculture

Suffix: -ish

Definition: belonging to, like, tending to, near or about; forms adjectives from nouns or other adjectives

Examples: Spanish, babyish, freakish, sevenish, reddish