10words2[1] - 1. Moiety (noun) one of two equal parts; one...

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1. Moiety – (noun) one of two equal parts; one of two approximately equal parts; one of the portions into which something is divided component, part; one of two basic complementary tribal subdivisions. Sentence: Her necklace is the other half of the circle; she has the moiety of that necklace you’re wearing. 2. Nomenclature – (noun) name, designation; the act or process or an instance of naming; a system or set of terms or symbols especially in a particular science, discipline, or art; an international system of standardized New Latin names used in biology for kinds and groups of kinds of animals and plants. Sentence: The scientists created a nomenclature for all the plants the children had to use so they would not pick up the wrong plant. 3. Notarize – (verb) to acknowledge or attest as a notary public. Sentence: We had to notarize our documents to submit in the consulate to get our passports. 4.
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10words2[1] - 1. Moiety (noun) one of two equal parts; one...

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