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

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