vocab13 - Root Rud Meaning Rough, crude Word *Rude (adj.)...

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Root Meaning Word Definition Rud Rough, crude *Rude (adj.) Relatively undeveloped. Being in a crude, rough, unfinished condition; Exhibiting a marked lack of skill or precision in work; In a natural, raw state; Lacking the graces and refinement of civilized life; uncouth. Lacking education or knowledge; unlearned. Ill-mannered; discourteous. Abruptly and unpleasantly forceful *Erudite (adj.) Possessing or displaying extensive knowledge acquired chiefly from books ; profound, complex, or bookish learning. Learned Rudimentary (adj.) Of or relating to basic facts or principles; elementary. Rupt Break Disrupt (v) To throw into confusion or disorder; To interrupt or impede the progress, movement, or procedure of; To break or burst; rupture. *Interrupt (v) To break the continuity or uniformity of; To hinder or stop the action or discourse of (someone) by breaking in on. Rupture (n) The process or instance of breaking open or bursting. The state of being broken open. A break in friendly relations. *Erupt (v) To emerge violently from restraint or limits; explode. To become violently active. To force out or release something, such as steam, with violence or suddenness. To emerge through the gum. Sacr, sanct Holy Sacred (adj.) Dedicated to or set apart for the worship of a deity. Worthy of religious worship. Made or declared holy. Dedicated or devoted exclusively to a single use, purpose, or person. Worthy of respect; admired. Of or relating to religious objects, rites, or practices. Sacrilege (n) Violation, misuse, or theft of something sacred Consecrate (v) To declare or set apart as sacred. To dedicate solemnly to a service or goal. *Sanctify (v) To make holy; purify. To give religious sanction to, as with an oath or vow. To give social or moral sanction to. To make productive of holiness or spiritual blessing. Sanction (n) Authoritative permission or approval that makes a course of action valid. Support or encouragement, as from public opinion or established custom. A consideration, influence, or principle that dictates an ethical choice. A law or decree. A penalty, specified or in the form of moral pressure, that acts to ensure compliance or conformity. A coercive measure adopted usually by several nations acting together against a nation violating international law. *Sacrosanct (adj.) Regarded as sacred, holy, pure. Scrib, script, scriv Write Scribe (n) A public clerk or secretary, especially in ancient times. A professional copyist of manuscripts and documents. A writer or journalist. Ascribe (v) To attribute to a specified cause, source, or origin; To assign as a quality or characteristic Circumscribe (v) To draw a line around; encircle. To limit narrowly; restrict. To determine the limits of; define. To enclose (a polygon or polyhedron) within a configuration of lines, curves, or surfaces so that every vertex of the enclosed object is incident on the enclosing configuration. To erect (such a configuration) around a polygon or polyhedron
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vocab13 - Root Rud Meaning Rough, crude Word *Rude (adj.)...

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