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MAVA Classical Roots



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Location:Greenfield MA
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Pinball

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Word Scramble - Words Only

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Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

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Hangman

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List Content

A-5

  • macrocosm -- the universe ; 2) any great whole
  • replete -- well stocked or abundantly supplied 2) completely filled ; utterly satisfied
  • magnitude -- greatness in importance or size; 2) the degree of brightness of a star
  • polygon -- A flat shape with many staight sides
  • minuscule -- extremely small
  • tenuous -- 1) thin in form 2) flimsy having little substance or validity
  • copious -- plentiful in large amounts
  • implement -- a tool or utensil; 2) to carry out or to put into effect
  • magnate -- a wealthy, influential person, especially in business
  • polygamy -- the system of having more than one spouse at a time
  • microcosm -- a miniture world ; something that resembles something else on a very small scale
  • attenuate -- 1) to make slender or small 2) to weaken: to reduce in force or value
  • comply -- to do as one is asked or ordered
  • magnanimous -- noble and generous, especially in forgiving; no petty
  • expletive -- an exclaimtion or oath, often obscene
  • megalomania -- a form of mental illness in which a person has an exaggerated idea of his/her own importance; 2) an obssessive idea to do things on a lgrand scale
  • microbe -- an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that causes disease
  • minutia -- a small trivial detail
  • satiate -- to satisfy an appetite fully 2) to gratify to excess

Classical Roots A -1

  • bipartisan --
  • monarch -- A person rules a kingdom or an empire; king, queen, emperor or empress
  • duplicate --
  • monolith -- 1).A large block of stone 2.)A large oranization that acts as one
  • duplicate -- To makean identical copy or double of something: to repeat
  • monarch --
  • bisect -- To divide into two equal parts
  • monopoly --
  • bilateral --
  • monologue -- A long speech made by one performer or person in a group.
  • duplex --
  • monopoly -- 1)Exclusive control of the tradeinsome item or service 2.) sole ownership of anyone or anything.
  • duplex -- A dwelling with two living units
  • monologue --
  • bipartisan -- Involving two political parties
  • monolith --
  • unilateral --
  • bisect --
  • monogram -- A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of the game.
  • unanimous -- Being in complete agreement
  • bilateral -- Having two sides: made between two persons or groups
  • monogram --
  • unanimous --

Classical Roots A -4

  • overt --
  • vanity --
  • inception --
  • nihilism --
  • vacuous --
  • aperture --
  • negate --
  • renegade --
  • vaunt --
  • annihilate --
  • incipient --

Classical Roots A 3

  • cloister --
  • omnipresent --
  • pandemonium --
  • totalitarian --
  • catholic --
  • omnipotent --
  • panacea --
  • recluse --
  • holocaust --
  • omnivorous --
  • preclude --

Classical Roots A-10

  • pretext --
  • accrue --
  • crescendo --
  • facile --
  • mollify --
  • context --
  • excrescence --
  • faction --
  • beneficence --
  • efficacious --
  • facsimile --

Classical Roots a-11

  • episode --
  • obituary --
  • transitive --
  • ambience --
  • exodus --
  • transient --
  • translucent --
  • aberration --
  • erratic --
  • transgress --
  • transitory --

Classical Roots A-13

  • succor --
  • abject --
  • concur --
  • discourse --
  • precursor --
  • celerity --
  • conjecture --
  • interjection --
  • accelerate --
  • conglomeration --
  • incur --

Classical Roots A-14

  • convalesce --
  • exult --
  • salient --
  • avail --
  • evolve --
  • resilient --
  • voluble --
  • assail --
  • desultory --
  • prevalent --
  • valor --

Classical Roots A-15

  • caper --
  • equestrian --
  • apiary --
  • canine --
  • capricious --
  • equitation --
  • bovine --
  • caprice --
  • equine --
  • aviary --

Classical Roots A-16

  • feline --
  • piscine --
  • simian --
  • lionize --
  • serpentine --
  • zoology --
  • leonine --
  • porcine --
  • ursine --

Classical Roots A-2

  • quadrant -- 1) A quarter of a circle or of its circumference 2) An early machine for measuring altitudes 3) Any of the four parts of an area divided by perpenicular lines
  • decimate -- 1)To destroy a large part 2) To kill one in every ten
  • centenary -- Pertaining to a hundred year period
  • centigrade --
  • quadrant --
  • trilogy --
  • triumvirate -- A group of three, especially in authority
  • quatrain -- A stanza or group of four lines of poetry.
  • bicentennial -- A two hundredth anniversary
  • centenary --
  • decimate --
  • quatrain --
  • trisect -- To divide into three parts
  • triumvirate --
  • quartet -- 1) A musical composition of four voices or instruments 2) A set of four, especially of four musicans
  • decathlon -- An athletic contest in which each contestant takes part in ten events
  • bicentennial --
  • centigrade -- Referring to a theremometer scale of 100 degrees where water freezes at 0 and boils at 100
  • decathlon --
  • quartet --
  • trilogy -- A group of three literary or musical works that have a related theme
  • trisect --

Classical roots A-5

  • comply --
  • microbe --
  • minutia --
  • tenuous --
  • attenuate --
  • implement --
  • minuscule --
  • satiate --
  • expletive --
  • microcosm --
  • replete --

Classical Roots A-6

  • copious --
  • magnate --
  • polygamy --
  • magnanimous --
  • megalomania --
  • macrocosm --
  • magnitude --
  • polygon --

Classical Roots A-7

  • preposterous --
  • antecedent --
  • precept --
  • premonition --
  • vanguard` --
  • antebellum --
  • avaunt-garde --
  • preempt --
  • pretentious --
  • anterior --
  • predestination --

Classical Roots A-8

  • premier --
  • primeval --
  • posterity --
  • prime --
  • posterior --
  • primate --
  • primordial --
  • posthumous --

Classical Roots a-9

  • incantation --
  • pictograph --
  • artifice --
  • depict --
  • parody --
  • rhapsody --
  • artifact --
  • artless --
  • ode --
  • recant --
  • artisan --

ClassicalRoots a-12

  • devious --
  • itinerant --
  • advent --
  • deviate --
  • intervene --
  • telepathy --
  • convene --
  • impervious --
  • itinerary --
  • circumvent --

Lesson 1 Numbers

  • monopoly -- Exclusive control of the tradeinsome item or service; sole ownership of anyone or anything.
  • monogram -- A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of the game.
  • monarch -- A person rules a kingdom or an empire; king, queen, emperor or empress
  • monolith -- A large organization that acts as a single unit
  • monologue -- A long speech made by one performer or person in a group.
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