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A story conveying a moral. (fabula)

Fable

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Minister (pastores)

Pastor

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Young (iuvenis)

Juvenile

4

Written request (petit)

Petition

5

Express approval loudly (plaudit)

Applaud

6

Womanly (femina)

Feminine

7

Shouting (clamor)

Clamour

8

Irritate (vexat)

Vex

9

Riotous (turba)

Turbulent

10

Excessively fond of one's wife (uxor)

Uxorious

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Of infinite power (omnes)

Omnipotent

12

Boyish or childish (puer)

Puerile

13

Legendary; incredible (fabula)

Fabulous

14

Of sailors or navigation (nauta)

Nautical

15

Cultivation of the soil (agricolae)

Agriculture

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Because the bully picked on him so much, he became ___________ in his dealings with others. (pugna: fight)

Pugnacious

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The lengthy argument resulted from a very __________ point of discussion. (contentio: argument)

Contentious

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The problem seemed __________, but we found a solution eventually. (superat: to overcome)

Insuperable

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Very sensitive children are often ____________. (lacrimat: to cry).

Lachrymose

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The agreement exchanged had to be _________ with nothing exchanged in writing to keep it's secrecy. (tactite: quietly)

Tacit

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The nun spent a period of time as a _______. (postulat: to demand)

Postulant

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University students may sometimes join a ________. (sororem: sister)

Sorority

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His reputation for _______ was well-deserved, since he could always be counted on. (fidelus: faithful)

Fidelity

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His unwillingness to spend money gave him a reputation for ________. (avarus: miser)

Avarice

25

The ice cream _______ is always welcome. (vendit: to sell)

Vendor

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The doctor ordered the nurse to bring his tools _______. (statim: at once)

Stat.

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The stadium seemed to ________ with the crowd. (pulsat: to hit, to knock)

Pulsate

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The man's _______ appearance caused suspicion. (fur: thief)

Furtive

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Her constant desire to gossip earned her a rep as a ________. (quid: what, nunc:how)

Quidnunc

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Some unmotivated classes suffer from a ________ of ambition. (parvus: small)

Parvitude

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Root words: paene - almost; insula - island

Peninsula

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Root word: rogat - to ask

Interrogative

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Root word: celeriter - quick

Accelerate

34

Root word: duo - two

Dual

35

Root word: totam - whole

Total

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Root word: narrat - to tell

Narrator

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Root word: habitat - to live

Inhabitant

38

I should ________ so when I speak it is more clear. (nuntius: messenger)

Enunciate

39

The church is led by the ________. (pastores: shepherd)

Pastor

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One who can not stop eating has an _________ appetite. (satis: enough)

Insatiable

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One who can not stop eating has an insatiable ________. (petit: to attack)

Appetite

42

Do not ________. (turba: crowd)

Disturb

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An airplane shaking is called __________. (turba: crowd)

Turbulence

44

Young adult books would be found in the _________ section. (iuvenes: young men)

Juvenile

45

To be boyish is also to be ________. (puer: boy)

Puerile

46

If you eat vegetables and meat you are an __________. (omnes: all)

Omnivore

47

Tattoos are ________. (manet: to remain, stay)

Permanent

48

If you are called _______, someone is calling you lazy. (otiosi: at leisure, idle)

Otiose

49

Apollo the god of wisdom is ________, because he knows everything that will happen. (omnes: all)

Omniscient

50

Matthew is _______ from school again. (abset: not here)

Absent

51

Someone who speaks different languages is called __________. (many: multi, linguam: language)

Multilingual

52

City Council will _______ to debate the issue of the mayor's recent admission. (convenit: to come together)

Convene