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CRED (to believe) 200

A system of doing business by trusting a person will pay at a later date for goods and services.

CRED (to believe) 400
A set of beliefs or principles

CRED (to believe) 600

CRED (to believe) 800
Verb, prefix meaning “not”; word means to damage the good reputation of

CRED (to believe) 1000
An adjective, prefix ac, word means officially recognized

DUCT (to lead) 200
A person who directs the performance of a choir or an orchestra

DUCT (to lead) 400
To train the minds and abilities of

DUCT (to lead) 600
To enroll as a member of a military service

DUCT (to lead) 800
The formal presentation of one person to another

DUCT (to lead) 1000
An artificial channel carrying water across country

FER (to bear, carry) 200
(Plants) able to bear fruit; (Animals) able or likely to conceive young

FER (to bear, carry) 400

FER (to bear, carry) 600

FER (to bear, carry) 800
Endurance of pain; distress

FER (to bear, carry) 1000
Cone bearing, as the fir tree

To carry again; to To convey to another submit to another for place, passed from opinion one place to another

PRESS (to press) 200
A printing machine

PRESS (to press) 400
Verb: to utter; noun: any fast conveyance

PRESS (to press) 600
To press against, to burden, to overpower

PRESS (to press) 800
State of being “pressed down” or saddened

PRESS (to press) 1000
To put down, to prevent circulation

SPIR (to breathe) 200
An immaterial intelligent being

SPIR (to breathe) 400
To breathe out: to die

SPIR (to breathe) 600
To breathe through; to emit through the pores of the skin

SPIR (to breathe) 800
To breathe into; to instruct by divine influence

SPIR (to breathe) 1000
To plot; to ban together for an evil purpose

SPECT (to look) 100
One who watches; an onlooker

SPECT (to look) 200
The prospect of good to come; anticipation

SPECT (to look) 300
To regard with suspicion and mistrust

SPECT (to look) 400
Verb: to esteem Noun: to regard, difference Literally: to look again

SPECT (to look) 500
Looking around, watchful, prudent

FORM (shape) 100
One “form” or style of clothing such as is worn by nurses

FORM (shape) 200
One who does not conform

FORM (shape) 300
To form or make a new; to reclaim

FORM (shape) 400
To change into another substance, change of form

FORM (shape) 500
Disfigurement spoiling the shape

PORT (to carry) 100
Goods brought into a country from another country to be sold

PORT (to carry) 200
One who carries burdens for hire

PORT (to carry) 300
To remove from one place to another

PORT (to carry) 400
To give a count of

PORT (to carry) 500
A case for carrying loose papers

TRACT (draw or pull) 100
Adjective: having power to attract; alluring; inventing

TRACT (draw or pull) 200
A powerful motor vehicle for pulling farm machinery, heavy loads, etc.

TRACT (draw or pull) 300
The power to grip or hold to a surface while moving without slipping

TRACT (draw or pull) 400
An agreement: literally, to draw together

TRACT (draw or pull) 500
To take apart from the rest, to dedicate

DICT (to say, speak) 100
A book containing the words of a language explained

DICT (to say, speak) 200
A speaking against, a denial

DICT (to say, speak) 300
A blessing offered at the end of a worship service

DICT (to say, speak) 400
An order proclaimed by an authority

DICT (to say, speak) 500
To charge with a crime