Vocabulary Set 15      Body Parts       Moving
cap, capit
cap, capit
cap, capit    head
cap, capit    head   captain
capitulateDefinitionExample
capitulate              verbDefinitionExample
capitulate                     verbDefinition   ~ to surrender   unconditionallyExample
capitulate                     verbDefinition   ~ to surrender   unconditionallyExample    The lieutenant waved the white f...
capitulate                     verbDefinition   ~ to surrender   unconditionallyExample    The lieutenant waved the white f...
decapitateDefinitionExample
decapitate            verbDefinitionExample
decapitate               verbDefinition   ~ to cut the head offExample
decapitate               verbDefinition   ~ to cut the head offExample   This device was used to decapitate   criminals.
decapitate               verbDefinition   ~ to cut the head offExample   This device was used to decapitate   criminals.
cor, cour,cord, card
cor, cour,cord, card
cor, cour,cord, card   heart
cor, cour,cord, card   heart    core
accordDefinitionExample
accord            nounDefinitionExample
accord          nounDefinition   ~ agreement, harmonyExample
accord          nounDefinition   ~ agreement, harmonyExample   The committee quickly reached an accord in   deciding how it...
accord          nounDefinition   ~ agreement, harmonyExample   The committee quickly reached an accord in   deciding how it...
cardiacDefinitionExample
cardiac            adjectiveDefinitionExample
cardiac            adjectiveDefinition   ~ related to the heartExample
cardiac            adjectiveDefinition   ~ related to the heartExample   It was so scary when my grandma went into   cardia...
cardiac            adjectiveDefinition   ~ related to the heartExample   It was so scary when my grandma went into   cardia...
cordialDefinitionExample
cordial            adjectiveDefinitionExample
cordial              adjectiveDefinition   ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample
cordial               adjectiveDefinition   ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample   It is wise to greet the headmaster in ...
cordial               adjectiveDefinition   ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample   It is wise to greet the headmaster in ...
man
man
manhand
man handmanicure
maneuverDefinitionExample
maneuver            verbDefinitionExample
maneuver            verbDefinition   ~ to plan to move   (especially troops) to   skillfully moveExample
maneuver            verbDefinition   ~ to plan to move   (especially troops) to   skillfully moveExample   She was able to ...
maneuver            verbDefinition   ~ to plan to move   (especially troops) to   skillfully moveExample   She was able to ...
manipulateDefinitionExample
manipulate             verbDefinitionExample
manipulate              verbDefinition   ~ to operate with the hands;   to skillfully handleExample
manipulate              verbDefinition   ~ to operate with the hands;   to skillfully handleExample   Please don’t manipula...
manipulate              verbDefinition   ~ to operate with the hands;   to skillfully handleExample   Please don’t manipula...
ped,pod
ped,pod
ped,pod  foot
ped,pod         foot pedal
ped,pod         foot pedal          podium
expediteDefinitionExample
expedite            verbDefinitionExample
expedite               verbDefinition    ~ to hasten, accelerate, or    make something happen    quicker or easierExample
expedite               verbDefinition    ~ to hasten, accelerate, or    make something happen    quicker or easierExample  ...
expedite               verbDefinition    ~ to hasten, accelerate, or    make something happen    quicker or easierExample  ...
impedimentDefinitionExample
impediment             nounDefinitionExample
impediment              nounDefinition    ~ something that hinders or    stops the progressExample
impediment              nounDefinition    ~ something that hinders or    stops the progressExample    If wearing these shoe...
impediment              nounDefinition    ~ something that hinders or    stops the progressExample    If wearing these shoe...
pedestrianDefinitionExample
pedestrian  adjectiveDefinitionExample
pedestrian  adjectiveDefinition    ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking,    going on footExample
pedestrian  adjectiveDefinition    ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking,    going on footExample    The pedestrian was careful cro...
pedestrian  adjective nounDefinition    ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking,    going on footExample    The pedestrian was carefu...
pedestrian  adjective nounDefinition    ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking,    going on foot          ~ someone who walksExample...
pedestrian  adjective nounDefinition    ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking,    going on foot          ~ someone who walksExample...
curr, curs
curr, curs
curr, curs  run, course
curr, curs    run, course current
curr, curs    run, course current   cursive
concurrentDefinitionExample
concurrent            adjectiveDefinitionExample
concurrent            adjectiveDefinition    ~ occurring at the same    time; in agreementExample
concurrent            adjectiveDefinition    ~ occurring at the same    time; in agreementExample   Assembly and chapel are...
concurrent            adjectiveDefinition    ~ occurring at the same    time; in agreementExample   Assembly and chapel are...
currencyDefinitionExample
currency            nounDefinitionExample
currency            nounDefinition   ~ money in circulationExample
currency            nounDefinition   ~ money in circulationExample   South Korean’s currency is the Won.
currency            nounDefinition   ~ money in circulationExample   South Korean’s currency is the Won.
cursoryDefinitionExample
cursory            adjectiveDefinitionExample
cursory            adjectiveDefinition   ~ careless; without close   examination or attentionExample
cursory            adjectiveDefinition   ~ careless; without close   examination or attentionExample   He made a cursory at...
cursory            adjectiveDefinition   ~ careless; without close   examination or attentionExample   He made a cursory at...
grad, gress
grad, gress
grad, gress move forward, step
grad, gress move forward, step   progress
grad, gress move forward, step   progress   grade
digressDefinitionExample
digress            verbDefinitionExample
digress              verbDefinition   ~ in talking or writing, to   temporarily stray from   the main topic; to rambleExample
digress              verbDefinition   ~ in talking or writing, to   temporarily stray from   the main topic; to rambleExamp...
digress              verbDefinition   ~ in talking or writing, to   temporarily stray from   the main topic; to rambleExamp...
gradationDefinitionExample
gradation            nounDefinitionExample
gradation              nounDefinition   ~ the process of arranging   in steps or stages; a   sequence; shadingExample
gradation              nounDefinition   ~ the process of arranging   in steps or stages; a   sequence; shadingExample   We ...
gradation              nounDefinition   ~ the process of arranging   in steps or stages; a   sequence; shadingExample   We ...
regressDefinitionExample
regress            verbDefinitionExample
regress               verbDefinition   ~ to go back; to return to a   previous positionExample
regress               verbDefinition   ~ to go back; to return to a   previous positionExample   His condition regressed un...
regress               verbDefinition   ~ to go back; to return to a   previous positionExample   His condition regressed un...
mob, mov, mot
mob, mov, mot
mob, mov, mot     move
mob, mov, mot     move      mobile
mob, mov, mot     move      mobile motion
mob, mov, mot         move movement mobile motion
immobileDefinitionExample
immobile            adjectiveDefinitionExample
immobile          adjectiveDefinition   ~ not moveableExample
immobile           adjectiveDefinition   ~ not moveableExample   I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
immobile           adjectiveDefinition   ~ not moveableExample   I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
mobilizeDefinitionExample
mobilize            verbDefinitionExample
mobilize            verbDefinition   ~ to put into motion   or useExample
mobilize            verbDefinition   ~ to put into motion   or useExample   The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
mobilize            verbDefinition   ~ to put into motion   or useExample   The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
promotionDefinitionExample
promotion            nounDefinitionExample
promotion            nounDefinition   ~ an advancement to a   higher position or rank; a   forward movementExample
promotion            nounDefinition   ~ an advancement to a   higher position or rank; a   forward movementExample   He was...
promotion            nounDefinition   ~ an advancement to a   higher position or rank; a   forward movementExample   He was...
motivationDefinitionExample
motivation             nounDefinitionExample
motivation                nounDefinition   ~ the inner drive to do   something or act in a   certain wayExample
motivation                 nounDefinition   ~ the inner drive to do   something or act in a   certain wayExample   The pret...
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  • Vocabulary Set 15

    1. 1. Vocabulary Set 15 Body Parts Moving
    2. 2. cap, capit
    3. 3. cap, capit
    4. 4. cap, capit head
    5. 5. cap, capit head captain
    6. 6. capitulateDefinitionExample
    7. 7. capitulate verbDefinitionExample
    8. 8. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample
    9. 9. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample The lieutenant waved the white flag and his troops capitulated.
    10. 10. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample The lieutenant waved the white flag and his troops capitulated.
    11. 11. decapitateDefinitionExample
    12. 12. decapitate verbDefinitionExample
    13. 13. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample
    14. 14. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample This device was used to decapitate criminals.
    15. 15. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample This device was used to decapitate criminals.
    16. 16. cor, cour,cord, card
    17. 17. cor, cour,cord, card
    18. 18. cor, cour,cord, card heart
    19. 19. cor, cour,cord, card heart core
    20. 20. accordDefinitionExample
    21. 21. accord nounDefinitionExample
    22. 22. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample
    23. 23. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample The committee quickly reached an accord in deciding how it should raise money.
    24. 24. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample The committee quickly reached an accord in deciding how it should raise money.
    25. 25. cardiacDefinitionExample
    26. 26. cardiac adjectiveDefinitionExample
    27. 27. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample
    28. 28. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample It was so scary when my grandma went into cardiac arrest.
    29. 29. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample It was so scary when my grandma went into cardiac arrest.
    30. 30. cordialDefinitionExample
    31. 31. cordial adjectiveDefinitionExample
    32. 32. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample
    33. 33. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample It is wise to greet the headmaster in a cordial manner.
    34. 34. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample It is wise to greet the headmaster in a cordial manner.
    35. 35. man
    36. 36. man
    37. 37. manhand
    38. 38. man handmanicure
    39. 39. maneuverDefinitionExample
    40. 40. maneuver verbDefinitionExample
    41. 41. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample
    42. 42. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample She was able to carefully maneuver the car into the small parking space.
    43. 43. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample She was able to carefully maneuver the car into the small parking space.
    44. 44. manipulateDefinitionExample
    45. 45. manipulate verbDefinitionExample
    46. 46. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample
    47. 47. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample Please don’t manipulate me--I’ve made up my mind.
    48. 48. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample Please don’t manipulate me--I’ve made up my mind.
    49. 49. ped,pod
    50. 50. ped,pod
    51. 51. ped,pod foot
    52. 52. ped,pod foot pedal
    53. 53. ped,pod foot pedal podium
    54. 54. expediteDefinitionExample
    55. 55. expedite verbDefinitionExample
    56. 56. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample
    57. 57. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample If you could expedite my order, I could get what I needed and leave quickly.
    58. 58. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample If you could expedite my order, I could get what I needed and leave quickly.
    59. 59. impedimentDefinitionExample
    60. 60. impediment nounDefinitionExample
    61. 61. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample
    62. 62. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample If wearing these shoes is an impediment to running the race, put on other shoes.
    63. 63. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample If wearing these shoes is an impediment to running the race, put on other shoes.
    64. 64. pedestrianDefinitionExample
    65. 65. pedestrian adjectiveDefinitionExample
    66. 66. pedestrian adjectiveDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample
    67. 67. pedestrian adjectiveDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
    68. 68. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
    69. 69. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on foot ~ someone who walksExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
    70. 70. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on foot ~ someone who walksExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
    71. 71. curr, curs
    72. 72. curr, curs
    73. 73. curr, curs run, course
    74. 74. curr, curs run, course current
    75. 75. curr, curs run, course current cursive
    76. 76. concurrentDefinitionExample
    77. 77. concurrent adjectiveDefinitionExample
    78. 78. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample
    79. 79. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample Assembly and chapel are concurrent.
    80. 80. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample Assembly and chapel are concurrent.
    81. 81. currencyDefinitionExample
    82. 82. currency nounDefinitionExample
    83. 83. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample
    84. 84. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample South Korean’s currency is the Won.
    85. 85. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample South Korean’s currency is the Won.
    86. 86. cursoryDefinitionExample
    87. 87. cursory adjectiveDefinitionExample
    88. 88. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample
    89. 89. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample He made a cursory attempt to correct his grammar mistakes before handing in the paper.
    90. 90. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample He made a cursory attempt to correct his grammar mistakes before handing in the paper.
    91. 91. grad, gress
    92. 92. grad, gress
    93. 93. grad, gress move forward, step
    94. 94. grad, gress move forward, step progress
    95. 95. grad, gress move forward, step progress grade
    96. 96. digressDefinitionExample
    97. 97. digress verbDefinitionExample
    98. 98. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample
    99. 99. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample I always digress and tell you guys random stories.
    100. 100. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample I always digress and tell you guys random stories.
    101. 101. gradationDefinitionExample
    102. 102. gradation nounDefinitionExample
    103. 103. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample
    104. 104. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample We created different gradations in art class.
    105. 105. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample We created different gradations in art class.
    106. 106. regressDefinitionExample
    107. 107. regress verbDefinitionExample
    108. 108. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample
    109. 109. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample His condition regressed until he had to be admitted to the hospital.
    110. 110. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample His condition regressed until he had to be admitted to the hospital.
    111. 111. mob, mov, mot
    112. 112. mob, mov, mot
    113. 113. mob, mov, mot move
    114. 114. mob, mov, mot move mobile
    115. 115. mob, mov, mot move mobile motion
    116. 116. mob, mov, mot move movement mobile motion
    117. 117. immobileDefinitionExample
    118. 118. immobile adjectiveDefinitionExample
    119. 119. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample
    120. 120. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
    121. 121. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
    122. 122. mobilizeDefinitionExample
    123. 123. mobilize verbDefinitionExample
    124. 124. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample
    125. 125. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
    126. 126. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
    127. 127. promotionDefinitionExample
    128. 128. promotion nounDefinitionExample
    129. 129. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample
    130. 130. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample He was proud of his promotion to “starter” on the basketball team.
    131. 131. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample He was proud of his promotion to “starter” on the basketball team.
    132. 132. motivationDefinitionExample
    133. 133. motivation nounDefinitionExample
    134. 134. motivation nounDefinition ~ the inner drive to do something or act in a certain wayExample
    135. 135. motivation nounDefinition ~ the inner drive to do something or act in a certain wayExample The pretty girl sitting next to him was his motivation for doing well in the class.
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