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Bell Ringers Survey of Literature. Week 5 Quarter 3. multi plicity (adj) Holding firmly/ presistent. Monday , February 25. multi tude (n) A large number of things or people. multi cultural (adj) Many cultures. -multi= many/ much. multi ped (adj) Having many feet. multifaceted (adj)

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multiplicity (adj)

Holding firmly/ presistent

Monday , February 25

multitude (n)

A large number of things or people

multicultural (adj)

Many cultures

-multi= many/ much

multiped (adj)

Having many feet

multifaceted (adj)

Having different talents

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Multifarious (adj)

Having many parts

tenement (n)

An overcrowded apartment complex holding many people

Tuesday , February 26

impertinent (n)

Not having any importance

tenacity (adj)

Holding firmly/ presistant

-ten/ tain/tin= to have, hold, grasp


To keep someone from leaving

Tenant (noun)

A person who holds or occupies a dwelling place

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discontent (adj)

Not having any happiness

precedence (noun)

A status established in order of importance or urgency.

Wednesday , February 27

Predetermine (v)

To decide in advance

precedent (n)

A previous act or instance

-pre - before

Precondition (n)

A condition that must come before

precocious (adj)

development of mind and/or body before one's age.

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precognition (adj)

Knowing ahead of time

recur (adj)

To happen again

Thursday , February 28


To make someone feel young again

resonate (v)

To sound again

-re= back/backward again

Repugnant (adj)


reluctant (adj)

Not eager to do something again

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Lacking confidence or faith

Friday , February 29


To deprive of life or spirit

Disreputable (adj)

Lacking respectability in character or behavior

-dis/di/dif – apart, away, to lack

discombobulate (verb)

To throw into a state of confusion

disparage (verb)

To ridicukle

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To lack agreement