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CRED

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To believe, to trust

Credentials, credit, credo, credulity, incredible

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CRE/CRESC/CRET

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To grow

Accretion, accrue, creation, excrescence, increase, increment

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CRYPT

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Hidden

Apocryphal, crypt, cryptography, cryptology

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CUB/CUMB

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To lie down

Cubicle, incubate, incumbent, recumbent, succumb

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CULP

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Fault, blame

Culpable, culprit, inculpate, mea culpa

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DAC/DOC

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To teach

Didactic, docile, doctrine, indoctrinate

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DE

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Away, off, down, completely, reversal

Decipher, defame, deferential, defile, delineate, descend

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DELE

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Erase

Delete, indelible

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DEM

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People

Democracy, demographic, endemic, epidemic, pandemic

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DEXT

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Right hand, right side, deft

Ambidextrous, dexter, dexterity

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DI

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Day

Dial, diary, dismal, diurnal, meridian, quotidian

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DI/DIA

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In two, through, access

Diagnose, dialogue, diameter, dichotomy

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DI/DIF/DIS

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Away from, apart, reversal, not

Diffuse, dilate, dilatory, disperse, disseminate, dissipate, dissuade

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DIC/DICT/DIT

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To say, to tell, to use words

Dictionary, interdict, predict, verdict

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DIGN

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Worth

Condign, deign, dignitary, dignity, disdain

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DOG/DOX

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Opinion

Dogma, orthodox, paradox

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DOL

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to suffer, to pain, to grieve

Condolence, doleful, dolor out, indolence

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DON/DOT/DOW

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To give

Anecdote, antidote, donate, endow, pardon

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DORM

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Sleep

Dormant, dormitory

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DORS

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Back

Dorsal, dormitory

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DUB

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Doubt

Dubiety, dubious, indubitable

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DUC/DUCT

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To lead

Abduct, conducive, conduct, induce, induct

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DULC

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Sweet

Dulcet, dulcified, dulcimer

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DUR

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Hard, lasting

Dour, durable, duration, duress, endure, obdurate

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DYS

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Faulty, abnormal

Dysfunctional, dyslexia, dyspepsia, dystrophy

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E/EX

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Out, out of, from, former, completely

Efface, evade, exclude, exonerate, expire, extricate

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EGO

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Self

Ego, egocentric, egoism/egotism

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EM/EN

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In, into

Embrace, enclose

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EPI

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Upon

Epidemic, epidermis, epigram, epilogue, epithet

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EQU

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Equal, even

Adequate, equation, equidistant, iniquity

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ERR

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To wander

Arrant, err, erratic, error

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ESCE

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Becoming

Adolescent, convalescent, incandescent, obsolescent, reminiscent

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EU

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Good, well

Eulogy, eugenics, euphemism, euphony, euthanasia

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EXTRA

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Outside, beyond

Extract, extradite, extraordinary, extrapolate, extrasensory

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FAB/FAM

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To speak

Affable, defame, fable, famous, ineffable

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FAC/FIC/FIG/FAIT/FEIT/FY

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To do, to make

Configuration, counterfeit, deficient, effigy, faction, factory

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FAL

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To err, to deceive

Default, fail, fallacy, false, faux pas, infallible

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FATU

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Foolish

Fatuity, fatuous, infatuated

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FER

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To bring, to carry, to bear

Confer, offer, proffer, proliferate, referendum

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FERV

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To boil, bubble

Effervescent, fervid, fervor

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FI/FID

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Faith, trust

Affidavit, confide, fidelity, fiduciary, infidel