Flashcards in Unit 15 Deck (16):
Latin. Means "to say, to order".
Dictate, Malediction, Benediction.
Verb. To speak aloud in order that one's words may be copied or recorded. Verb. To give an order; to make necessary.
Noun. A recital of words intended to harm; a curse.
Noun. A blessing.
Latin. Means "to speak".
Locution, Eloquent, Colloquial.
Noun. Style or action of speaking.
Adjective. Powerful and expressive.
Adjective. Of or related to informal speech; conversational.
Latin. Means "to call".
Evocative, Equivocate, Advocate
Adjective. Calling forth a vivid image or impression.
Verb. To use misleading or confusing language.
(1) Verb. To argue in favor of. (2) Noun. Someone who argues for.
Synonym: recommend, supporter
Antonym: oppose, enemy
Latin. Means "to shout or call".
Exclamatory, Declaim, Clamorous.
Adjective. Having a forceful, excited, or emotional tone.
Verb. To speak loudly and with feeling.