This is Word City - #2. You can also go to Word City #1.
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The root SCRIB-SCRIPT meaning "write" has the following 29 "everyday words". Some of them are derived from the list of 20 possible prefixes and 14 number-related prefixes below:SCRIBal, SCRIBble, SCRIBbler, SCRIBbling, SCRIBe, SCRIP, SCRIPT, SCRIPTory, SCRIPTural, SCRIPTure, nondeSCRIPT, proscribe, subSCRIBE, subSCRIPTion, tranSCRIPT, conSCRIBe, indeSCRIBable, preSCRIBER, tranSCRIBing, conSCRIPTed, deSCRIPTive, inSCRIPTion, manuSCRIPT, subSCRIPTion, tranSCRIPTion, conSCRIPT, deSCRIPTion, inSCRIBE, postSCRIPT.
Prefixes that are Prepositions
and are used with SCRIB:
Prefixes that are number-related where
some may be used with SCRIB:
Can you create other words in this fashion with the above prefixes?
For those of you who want some really high-powered, SAT-type words from the root SCRIB-SCRIPT, try defining these 8:SCRIBblative, conSCRIPT, aSCRIBe, circumSCRIBed, proSCRIBE, superSCRIBE, circumSCRIPTion, eSCRIToire.
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