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Latin - (Latyns) ::
Accent - (aksent) :: Certainly you can move away from a religious culture in which you were brought up in much the same way that one can change ones accent or mode of dress
Allusion - (verwysing) :: With its emphasis on personification and topical allusion allegory has a long association with political discourse
Decline - (afname) :: So as you can see Ill have to respectfully decline your invitation
Oblique - (skuins) :: He was expected to miss camp time with a strained oblique muscle which didnt help his chances of making the rosterSEE ALL
Only - (enigste) :: He has often arrived back in Aberdeen at one in the morning only to be on the hospital ward five hours later
Onto - (op) :: Try as he did the Dane could not manage to get the ball far enough onto the putting surface to stop it rolling back to his feet
Open - (oop) :: The programmes helped them open boutiques or join garment companies as fashion designersSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Proletarian - (proletariese) :: Illustrations moreover might undermine the authors attempt to describe the depersonalized process or facelessness of proletarianization
Proliferate - (vermenigvuldig) :: Flies homozygous for such hypomorphic mutations reach adulthood but often exhibit defects during the proliferative stages of gametogenesis
Prolific - (produktiewe) :: From Cape Wrath to Campbeltown once prolific river systems have been denuded of their most precious asset
Prominent - (prominente) :: Not surprisingly given his prominent position and family name racing and horses have always played a major part in Derbys lifeSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Maelstrom (maalstroom) :: A maelstrom of questions churned his mind and he had no answers
Mineral (minerale) :: The countrys lack of mineral resources weak colonial institutions and early cultivation of coffee allowed stable democratic foundations to form
Corbel (kraag) :: Bradford planning authority could legitimately have insisted that for part of such a highprofile city centre development the walls should be natural stone with natural stone corbels supporting the guttering