Vocabulary set 9

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  • Vocabulary set 9

    1. 1. Vocabulary Set 9 The Size of Things Just Not
    2. 2. mega
    3. 3. mega
    4. 4. megalarge, great
    5. 5. megalarge, greatmegalosaurus
    6. 6. megalithDefinitionExample
    7. 7. megalithDefinition nounExample
    8. 8. megalithDefinition noun ~ a large prehistoric stone monumentExample
    9. 9. megalithDefinition noun ~ a large prehistoric stone monumentExample Stonehenge is a group of megaliths located in England.
    10. 10. megalithDefinition noun ~ a large prehistoric stone monumentExample Stonehenge is a group of megaliths located in England.
    11. 11. megalopolisDefinitionExample
    12. 12. megalopolisDefinition nounExample
    13. 13. megalopolisDefinition noun ~ very large city or urban areaExample
    14. 14. megalopolisDefinition noun ~ very large city or urban areaExample I could spend days shopping in the megalopolis!
    15. 15. megalopolisDefinition noun ~ very large city or urban areaExample I could spend days shopping in the megalopolis!
    16. 16. multi
    17. 17. multi
    18. 18. multi many
    19. 19. multi manymultiply
    20. 20. multi manymultiply multivitamin
    21. 21. multifacetedDefinitionExample
    22. 22. multifaceted adjectiveDefinitionExample
    23. 23. multifaceted adjectiveDefinition ~ having many facets, as in precious stones; having many talentsExample
    24. 24. multifaceted adjectiveDefinition ~ having many facets, as in precious stones; having many talentsExample Her application showed how truly multifaceted she was.
    25. 25. multifaceted adjectiveDefinition ~ having many facets, as in precious stones; having many talentsExample Her application showed how truly multifaceted she was.
    26. 26. multinationalDefinitionExample
    27. 27. multinational adjectiveDefinitionExample
    28. 28. multinational adjectiveDefinition ~ having interests in many foreign countries; many nationsExample
    29. 29. multinational adjectiveDefinition ~ having interests in many foreign countries; many nationsExample His multinational company made him a billionaire.
    30. 30. multinational adjectiveDefinition ~ having interests in many foreign countries; many nationsExample His multinational company made him a billionaire.
    31. 31. multitudeDefinitionExample
    32. 32. multitude nounDefinitionExample
    33. 33. multitude nounDefinition ~ a great number of people or things; a crowdExample
    34. 34. multitude nounDefinition ~ a great number of people or things; a crowdExample A multitude gathered to hear the president speak.
    35. 35. multitude nounDefinition ~ a great number of people or things; a crowdExample A multitude gathered to hear the president speak.
    36. 36. poly
    37. 37. poly
    38. 38. poly many
    39. 39. poly manypolygon
    40. 40. poly manypolygon polygamy
    41. 41. polychromaticDefinitionExample
    42. 42. polychromaticDefinition adjectiveExample
    43. 43. polychromaticDefinition adjective ~ having many colorsExample
    44. 44. polychromaticDefinition adjective ~ having many colorsExample Those polychromatic shoes will match anything!
    45. 45. polychromaticDefinition adjective ~ having many colorsExample Those polychromatic shoes will match anything!
    46. 46. polytheisticDefinitionExample
    47. 47. polytheistic adjectiveDefinitionExample
    48. 48. polytheistic adjectiveDefinition ~ the belief in more than one religion or godsExample
    49. 49. polytheistic adjectiveDefinition ~ the belief in more than one religion or godsExample Hinduism is a polytheistic religion.
    50. 50. polytheistic adjectiveDefinition ~ the belief in more than one religion or godsExample Hinduism is a polytheistic religion.
    51. 51. semi, hemi
    52. 52. semi, hemi
    53. 53. semi, hemi half
    54. 54. semi, hemi halfsemicircle
    55. 55. semi, hemi halfsemicircle semicolon
    56. 56. semi, hemi halfsemicircle semicolon semifinal
    57. 57. hemisphereDefinitionExample
    58. 58. hemisphere nounDefinitionExample
    59. 59. hemisphere nounDefinition ~ half of the world or globeExample
    60. 60. hemisphere nounDefinition ~ half of the world or globeExample Canada is in the northern hemisphere, and Australia is in the southern hemisphere.
    61. 61. hemisphere nounDefinition ~ half of the world or globeExample Canada is in the northern hemisphere, and Australia is in the southern hemisphere.
    62. 62. semimonthlyDefinitionExample
    63. 63. semimonthly adjectiveDefinitionExample
    64. 64. semimonthly adjectiveDefinition ~ something happening twice a monthExample
    65. 65. semimonthly adjectiveDefinition ~ something happening twice a monthExample The praise team plays semimonthly in chapel.
    66. 66. semimonthly adjectiveDefinition ~ something happening twice a monthExample The praise team plays semimonthly in chapel.
    67. 67. semitransparentDefinitionExample
    68. 68. semitransparent adjectiveDefinitionExample
    69. 69. semitransparent adjectiveDefinition ~ partially allowing light to pass throughExample
    70. 70. semitransparent adjectiveDefinition ~ partially allowing light to pass throughExample Only a small amount of light came through the semitransparent glass.
    71. 71. semitransparent adjectiveDefinition ~ partially allowing light to pass throughExample Only a small amount of light came through the semitransparent glass.
    72. 72. semitransparent adjectiveDefinition ~ partially allowing light to pass throughExample Only a small amount of light came through the semitransparent glass.
    73. 73. a, an
    74. 74. a, an
    75. 75. a, an not
    76. 76. a, an notemploy
    77. 77. a, an notemploy embrace
    78. 78. anonymousDefinitionExample
    79. 79. anonymous adjectiveDefinitionExample
    80. 80. anonymous adjectiveDefinition ~ without a name or with an unknown nameExample
    81. 81. anonymous adjectiveDefinition ~ without a name or with an unknown nameExample I don’t know who wrote the book because the author was anonymous.
    82. 82. anonymous adjectiveDefinition ~ without a name or with an unknown nameExample I don’t know who wrote the book because the author was anonymous.
    83. 83. atypicalDefinitionExample
    84. 84. atypicalDefinition adjectiveExample
    85. 85. atypicalDefinition adjective ~ not typical, abnormalExample
    86. 86. atypicalDefinition adjective ~ not typical, abnormalExample His bad grade in literature class was atypical.
    87. 87. atypicalDefinition adjective ~ not typical, abnormalExample His bad grade in literature class was atypical.
    88. 88. il, ir
    89. 89. il, ir
    90. 90. il, ir not
    91. 91. il, ir not irregular
    92. 92. il, ir not irregular illegible
    93. 93. il, ir notillegal irregular illegible
    94. 94. illiterateDefinitionExample
    95. 95. illiterate adjectiveDefinitionExample
    96. 96. illiterate adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to read or writeExample
    97. 97. illiterate adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to read or writeExample Because he was illiterate, it was difficult for him to get a decent-paying job.
    98. 98. illiterate adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to read or writeExample Because he was illiterate, it was difficult for him to get a decent-paying job.
    99. 99. illogicalDefinitionExample
    100. 100. illogical adjectiveDefinitionExample
    101. 101. illogical adjectiveDefinition ~ not logical, unsoundExample
    102. 102. illogical adjectiveDefinition ~ not logical, unsoundExample She did not convince me with her illogical argument.
    103. 103. illogical adjectiveDefinition ~ not logical, unsoundExample She did not convince me with her illogical argument.
    104. 104. irrepressibleDefinitionExample
    105. 105. irrepressible adjectiveDefinitionExample
    106. 106. irrepressible adjectiveDefinition ~ not able to be kept under controlExample
    107. 107. irrepressible adjectiveDefinition ~ not able to be kept under controlExample The kindergartners were irrepressible after we gave them Pixi Sticks.
    108. 108. irrepressible adjectiveDefinition ~ not able to be kept under controlExample The kindergartners were irrepressible after we gave them Pixi Sticks.
    109. 109. im, in
    110. 110. im, in
    111. 111. im, in not
    112. 112. im, in notimpossible
    113. 113. im, in notimpossible immortal
    114. 114. im, in notimpossible immortal inability
    115. 115. improbableDefinitionExample
    116. 116. improbable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    117. 117. improbable adjectiveDefinition ~ unlikely to happenExample
    118. 118. improbable adjectiveDefinition ~ unlikely to happenExample It is improbable that you will win the lottery.
    119. 119. improbable adjectiveDefinition ~ unlikely to happenExample It is improbable that you will win the lottery.
    120. 120. inanimateDefinitionExample
    121. 121. inanimate adjectiveDefinitionExample
    122. 122. inanimate adjectiveDefinition ~ dead; not livingExample
    123. 123. inanimate adjectiveDefinition ~ dead; not livingExample You should practice giving your speeches in front of inanimate objects because they will not laugh at you.
    124. 124. inanimate adjectiveDefinition ~ dead; not livingExample You should practice giving your speeches in front of inanimate objects because they will not laugh at you.
    125. 125. inclementDefinitionExample
    126. 126. inclementDefinition adjectiveExample
    127. 127. inclementDefinition adjective ~ stormy; not kind or niceExample
    128. 128. inclementDefinition adjective ~ stormy; not kind or niceExample We had a day off of school due to inclement weather.
    129. 129. inclementDefinition adjective ~ stormy; not kind or niceExample We had a day off of school due to inclement weather.
    130. 130. non
    131. 131. non
    132. 132. non not
    133. 133. non notnonsense
    134. 134. nonentityDefinitionExample
    135. 135. nonentity nounDefinitionExample
    136. 136. nonentity nounDefinition ~ a person or thing that is of little importanceExample
    137. 137. nonentity nounDefinition ~ a person or thing that is of little importanceExample Don’t worry about what she said, it’s a nonentity.
    138. 138. nonentity nounDefinition ~ a person or thing that is of little importanceExample Don’t worry about what she said, it’s a nonentity.
    139. 139. nonsensicalDefinitionExample
    140. 140. nonsensical adjectiveDefinitionExample
    141. 141. nonsensical adjectiveDefinition ~ not making senseExample
    142. 142. nonsensical adjectiveDefinition ~ not making senseExample I don’t understand this nonsensical math problem.
    143. 143. nonsensical adjectiveDefinition ~ not making senseExample I don’t understand this nonsensical math problem.

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