Amicable

Word Origin

1425-75; late Middle English < Late Latin amīcābilis, equivalent to amīc(us) friend, friendly

Root

Amic

Dict. Def

(of relations between people) having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement or rancor.

My Def

being friendly but not serious

Prefixes/Suffiixes

Prefixes

  • un
Suffixes

  • able
  • ilitly
  • ness

Synonums

  • Agreeable
  • Good- nature
  • Cooperative

Part of speech

Adjective

Pronuncation

[am-i-kuh-buh l]
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example

Mrs. Tucker is very opulent

Benevolent

Word Orgin

1425-75; late Middle English < Latin benevolent- (stem of benevolēns)kindhearted

Root

Benevol

Dict Def

  1. Expressing good willing or kindly feelings
  2. charitable
  3. intended for benefits rather than profits

My Def

Charitable/ kindly/ good willing person

Prefixes/Suffixes

Prefixes

  1. non
  2. pseudo
  3. super
Suffixes

  1. ly
  2. ness

synoums

  • good
  • kind
  • hummane

part of speech

adjective

pronuncation

[buh-nev-uh-luh nt]

Example

Alexis is a very benevolent person when you get to know her.
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Impervious

word origin

1640-50; < Latin impervius

root

impervi

Dict def

  1. not permitting penetration or passage; impenetrable
  2. incapable of being injured or impaired.
  3. incapable of being influenced, persuaded, or affected

my def

Not getting past

Prefixes/Suffixes

Prefixes

  1. un
  2. retro
  3. acri
Suffixes

  1. able
  2. alism
  3. ed

synonums

  • closed
  • invulnerable
  • Waterproof

part of speech

Adjective

noun

pronuncation

[im-pur-vee-uh s]

example

That rain coat is impervious
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