Lesson 12

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ac(u), acr

sharp

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cap (cip), capt (cept)

to take; to sieze

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cred, credit

to believe; to trust

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cur(r), curs(cours)

to run; to go

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de, div

a god

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nunci (nounce)

to announce

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plen

full

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press

to press

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scrib, script

to write

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solv, solut

to loosen; free

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son

sound

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vor

to devour

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plentitude

abundance

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acumen

mental keenness

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occur

happen

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voracity

greediness

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suppress

subdue

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credulous

gullible

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capacious

spacious

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divine

sacred

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resonant

echoing

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dissolute

loose in morals

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ascribe

attribute

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enunciate

pronounce

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participate

take part

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manuscript

a book, document, or piece of music written by hand

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plenipotentiary

an agent invested with full power to transact business

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omnivore

an animal or person that eats food of both plant and animal origin

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unison

simultaneous performance of action or utterance of speech

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conscription

compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces

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acrimonious

angry and bitter

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dissonance

lack of harmony among musical notes

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incredible

impossible to believe

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captivated

attract and hold the interest and attention of; charm

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courier

a messenger who transports goods or documents

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divinity

the state or quality of being divine

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acid

sharp-tasting or sour

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discredit

to harm the good reputation of something

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deity

a god or goddess

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plenty

a large or sufficient amount or quantity

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subscribe

arrange to receive something regularly, typically a publication, by paying in advance

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sonar

a system for the detection of objects under water and for measuring the water's depth by emitting sound pulses and detecting or measuring their return after being reflected

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capture

take into one's possession or control by force

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concourse

a walkway

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announce

to make a public and typically formal declaration about a fact, occurrence, or intention

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compress

flatten by pressure; squeeze; press

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solvent

able to pay debts

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carnivore

an animal that feeds on flesh

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