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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots
Grade Level. Mill "Hansard Commons"from Greek dys. The questions given require students to really know their vocabulary words and how to use them in context. Latln Preview See a Problem.
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POSIT To put forth; assert Synonym: propose Antonym: ignore I posit the belief that all human beings are xnd equal and capable of unimaginable beauty? Worksheets. Needs Improvement Love it. Radhika Gotame marked it as to-read Jan 10.
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