ASVAB Word Knowledge 1.5 Word Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes

ASVAB Word Knowledge: Word Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes Drill 1, Problem 5. Which of these words is closest in meaning to abhor?

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just like something like that turtleneck your mom makes you

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wear in family photo All right well let's just go

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one by one and look at b for starters unnatural

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unnatural means odd or strange You might hate something That's

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otters dream but it's not a thing All right well

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next up is statuesque which literally means like us at

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you It can also mean something majestic like a bald

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eagle I usually don't hate things like that If you

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do we probably shouldn't get in the middle of it

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All right then there's covets which means who wants something

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you don't have shmoop well you know thou shalt not

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covet thy neighbor's iphone five asked Well close but not

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quite there alright leaves us with a low low the

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means to really hate or despise something making it a

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synonym of a bore The correct answer is a hello

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and remember don't hate the game a person who made

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you play the game in the first Shmoop