Opulent

Orgin

1595-1605; < Latin opulentus wealthy, equivalent to op- (stem of opspower, wealth)

root

opul

Def

characterized by or exhibiting opulence

wealthy

Richly supplied

My Def

Wealthy

Prefixes/Suffixes

Prefixes

  • Op
  • opul
  • pul
Suffixes

  • ent
  • le
  • nt

Synonyms

sumptuous

luxurious

rich

Part of speech

Adjective

Pronunication

[op-yuh-luh nt]
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Example

Julian is very opulent.

Meticulous

Word orgrin

1525-35; < Latin metīculōsus full of fear, fearful, equivalent to metī- formetū

root

metic

dict. def

  1. Talking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise;thorough
  2. fussy

my def

fussy

Prefixes/ Suffixes

Prefixes

  1. un
Suffixes

  1. ness
  2. ly
  3. ous

synonums

  • exact
  • strict
  • scrupulous

Part of Speech

Adjective

adverb

noun

Pronucation

[muh-tik-yuh-luh s]
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example

My mom is very meticulous over her hair.

nostalgia

Word Origin

1770-80; < New Latin < Greek nóst (os) a return home

root

nostal

dict def

  1. a wistful desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time inone's life, to one's home or homeland, or to one's family and friends;a sentimental yearning for the happiness of a former place or time:
  2. something that elicits or displays nostalgia.

my def

missing a time in a period feeling remorse

Prefixes/ Suffixes

Suffixes

  • cally
  • gist
  • ologic
Prefixes

  • un

Synonums

longing

remorse

homesickness

part of speech

noun

adjective

pronuncation

[no-stal-juh, -jee-uh, nuh-]
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example

The old man was feeling nostalgia when he was with his wife.