Unit 3 Vocab- Tally

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Reputed

verb- believed to be a certain way by popular opinion

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Disrepute

noun- loss or lack of good reputation; disgrace

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Impute

verb- to attribute

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Putative

verb- to strengthen the case for the defense; assumed to exist

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Physiology

noun- the life process and activities of a living thing or any of it's body parts

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Methodology

noun- a set of methods or rules followed in a science or field

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Cardiology

noun- the study of the heart and its actions and diseases

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Ideology

noun- the set of ideas and beliefs of a group

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Parterre

noun- a decorative garden with pahts between the beds of plants

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Subterranean

adjective- underground

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Terrarium

noun- an enclosure, usually transparent, with a layer of dirt in the bottom in which plants and sometimes small animals are kept indoors

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Terrestrial

adjective- living or growing on land instead of in water or air

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Marina

noun- a dock or harbor where pleasure boats can be moored securely

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Aquamarine

adjective- A pale greenish blue that is the color of clear seawater in sunlight

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Mariner

noun- a seaman or sailor

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Maritime

adjective- having to do with navigation or commerce on the sea; bordering the sea

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Pathos

noun- an emotion of sympathetic pity

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Apathetic

adjective- having no interest or emotion

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Empathy

noun- the feeling of, or the ability to feel, the emotions or sensations of another

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Telepathic

adjective- involving apparent communication from one mind to another without speech or signs

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Penal

adjective- having to do with punishment or penalties, or institutions where punishment is given

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Impunity

noun- freedom from punishment, harm, or loss

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Penance

noun- an act of self-punishment or religious devotion to show sorrow or regret for sin or wrongdoing

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Punitive

adjective- giving, involving, or aiming at punishment

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Maternity

noun/adjective- the state of being a mother; motherhood

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Matriarch

noun- a woman who controls a family, group, or government

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Matrilineal

adjective- based on or tracing the family through the mother

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Matrix

noun- something in which something else forms

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Aquaculture

noun- the farming of plants and animals that live in the water

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Aquanaut

noun- a scuba diver who lives and works both inside and outside an underwater shelter for an extended time

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Aqueduct

noun- a pipe or channel for water; a bridgelike structure for carrying water over a valley

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Aquafier

noun- a layer of rock, sand, or gravel that can absorb and hold water

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Junoesque

adjective- having mature, poised, and dignified beauty

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Cereal

noun- the food made from grain

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Sisphyean

adjective- endless and difficult, involving many dissapointments

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Promethean

adjective- new or creative in a daring way

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Titanic

adjective- having great size, strength, or power; colossal

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Triton

noun- a being with a human upper body and the lower body of a fish

any of various large mollusks with a heavy, conical shell

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Martial

adjective- having to do with war and military life

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Vulcanize

verb- to treat crude or synthetic rubber or plastic so that it becomes elastic and strong and resists decay

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PUT

"to think, consider, or believe"

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LOG

"word", "speech", "reason"

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TERR

"earth"

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PEN/PUN

"penalty", "to punish"

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MATR/MATER

"mother"

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PATH

"feeling", "suffering"

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MAR

"sea"

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AQU

"water"

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