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Livelihood

Noun: A means of supporting oneself, such as a job or career

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Effect

Noun: Something that is produces by a cause, a result or a consequence, Verb: to produce a result; Noun or Verb

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Remark

Noun: An observation or an opinion, Verb: To make an observation, to share an opinion

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Impress

Noun: To affect deeply in mind or feelings, to influence in opinion

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Internal

Adjective: Existing in the interior or inside of something

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Abandon

Verb: To leave behind

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Abandon (Synonyms)

Leave, desert, reject, forsake

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Abandon (Antonyms)

keep, re-claim, retain

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Access

Noun or Verb: The point of entering, the way in; admittance. To be allowed in

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Access (Synonym)

Entrance

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Access (Antonyms)

Exit

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Abundant

Adjective: Large amount; plentiful

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Abundant (Synonym)

Plentiful

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Abundant (Antonyms)

Scarce

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Backlash

Noun: an abrupt and sometimes violent motion or movement backward or a strong reaction against some prior development, esp. political or social change.
Passage of the new law produced a _______of anger and protest.

a strong reaction against something political or social

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Bumbling

Adj: acting or speaking clumsily or blunderingly

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Feeble

Adj: without strength; weak in body or mind

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Hoax

Noun: an act meant to trick or deceive

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Greek root:
Phon-

Sound

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Greek root:
Dict-

Say

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Greek root:
Mis-

Hate
Wrongly
Badly

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To be given enthusiastic approval.

Hailed

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The art of movie photography

Cinematography

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Specialist, expert

Connoiseur

25

Style or type

Genre

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Bizarre
Strange
Unreal

S____

Surreal

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To adjust
To bring into harmony

Attune

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Confused
Disturbed
Disordered

Disconcerted

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Root
Sur-

Above

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ambi-, amphi-

both, around

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Example: Amphibian

Lives both in water and on land.

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epi-

After, upon

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Example: Epicenter

Upon the center of an earthquake.

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Mag

great, large

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Example: Magnifying glass

Makes things appear larger in size.

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Post

After, Behind

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Example: Postscript

Anything written after the letter

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-duc-

to lead

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Example: Induce

To lead one to do

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-grad-, -gress-

to step

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Example: Gradually

To step up or down slowly

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-lev-

lift, light, rise

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Example: Elevator

A device that lifts people

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pon, post

to put, to place

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Example: Position

To put in place

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-rog-

to ask

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Example: Interrogate

to ask questions

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-dom

state or quality of

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Example: Freedom

The quality of being free

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-eur

one who

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Example: connoisseur

A person who can judge in an art or another field; a specialist or an expert

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-tude

State or quality of

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Example: Gratitude

The state of being thankful