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undefined, object
copy deck
marinade
a salty formula used to soak meat
Struct
Latin: to build
double
two of something
magnate
a rich or powerful person
premier
first in time or importance
terminal
an end or limit
centimeter
one-one hundredth of a meter
magnify
to make greater in size; to worship
monarch
one person who rules a kingdom or empire
maritime
relating to sea navigation
poly
Greek: many
regression
a movement backward to an earlier state of being
memory
an ability to retain knowledge; an individual's stock of retained knowledge
immobile
motionless or the inability to be moved
mar
Latin: the sea
digression
a departure from the main issue
subterranean
below the surface of the earth
monotheism
The belief in one god
ante
Latin: before
monologue
a speech made by one person or performer
commemorate
related to remembering a person or event
removable
able to be taken or carried away
centigrade
referring to a thermometer scale of 100 degrees where water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees
recognize
to identify someone or something seen before
bicentennial
a two-hundredth anniversary
antecedent
a thing or event that preceeds another
duplex
a home with two living units
antebellum
pertaining to a period before a war
memor
Latin: to remember
terminate
to put an end to
reconstruction
the act of putting back together again
destruct
the act of destroying or tearing down
polytheism
belief in more than one god
predestination
the belief that what happens in life has already been determined by some higher power
primus
Latin: primary or first
determination
an intent to reach a goal
centum
Latin: one hundred
pre
Latin: before
prime
first in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time
premonition
an advanced warning; forwarning
memorial
to honor the memory of as by a ceremony
magnus
Latin: great
obstruct
an obstacle or something put up against something else
extraterrestrial
coming from outside of the earth's atmosphere; foreign
submarine
being, living, or used under the water
duplicate
to make an identical copy or double of something; to repeat
aquamarine
the color of the sea; a blue-green color
terrain
land
precaution
care taken before an event
territory
one's range of land
mob, mot, mov
Latin: to move
duo
a twosome
magnificent
great in size; wonderful
commotion
the scene of noisy confusion or activity
marine
relating to the sea
polygamy
marriage to more than one spouse at a time
unrecognizable
not able to be identified
cogn/cogni
Latin: to know
exterminate
to destroy or get rid of completely
magnitude
greatness of importance or size
progress
movement forward or onward; improvement
terra incognito
unknown or unexplored land
percent
by the hundred; out of one hundred
indeterminate
without a set limit or end
gress
Latin: to step
preamble
an introduction, especially to a constitution
polyglot
the ability to speak or write in several languages
terra
Latin: land
infrastructure
The underlying framework of a system or building
agression
the act of being forward or argumentative
primordial
original, fundamental
cognition
The process of acquiring knowledge
construct
to creating by putting parts together
magnanimous
noble and generous; forgiving
monogram
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a name
polymorphic
having many shapes
polygon
a two dimensional shape with many angles
incognito
in disguise; secretive
ancient
belonging to times long before present history
centenary
pertaining to a 100 year period
anterior
coming before in position or time
termin
Latin: end, limit
monos
Greek: one; single; alone
duo, duplex
Latin: two; two-fold
promotion
an advancement in rank or position
transgress
to step across a boundary; to violate a rule

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