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-AVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

enable

ability

able unable

ably

absence absentee

absent

accident

accidental

accommodate

accomodation

acknowledge

acknowledgement

act

action activity activist


active inactive
actress actor

activate

activation

add

addition additive

additional additive

adequacy inadequacy

adequate
inadequate

admiration

admirable

advantage
disadvantage

advantageous
disadvantageous

admire

admirably

advertise

advertisement
advertiser

admit

admission admittance

adopt

adoption

advise

advice advisability

advisable
inadvisable

affection

affectionate
unaffectionate

affect

effect

effective
ineffective

agree disagree

agreement
disagreement

agreeable
disagreeable

agreeably
disagreeably

alcohol

alcoholic

alcoholically

allow

allowance
ambition

amuse

amusement

annoy

annoyance

ambitious

advisably
inadvisably

excite

excitement
anxiety

anxious

apologise

apology

apologetic

apologetically

appear
disappear

appearance
disapperance

apparent

apparently

applaud

applause applauder

apply

application applicant

applicable

applicably

appoint

appointment

appreciate

appreciation

approve
disapprove

approval disapproval

argue

argument
argumentation

arrange

arrangement

arrive

arrival

assist

assistance

associate

association

assume

assumption

astonish

astonishment

attend

attendance

appreciative

arguable
argumentative

attention

attentive

attract

attraction
attractiveness
unattractiveness

attractive
unattractive

avoid

avoidance

avoidable
unavoidable

-BVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

base

base basic

basically

basis

beautify

beauty
beautician

beautiful

beautifully

believe

belief disbelief

believable

believably

arguably

avoidably
unavoidably

unbelievable
bleed

blood
bravery

brave

breathe

breath

breathless

broaden

breadth

broad

brighten

brightness

bright

brilliance

brilliant

burry

unbelievably

burial

-CVERBS

NOUN

calculate

calculation calculator
caution

change

ADJECTIVE

cautious

change changeability changeable


child childhood

ADVERB

unchangeable

childish childlike

choose

choice

circle

circle

circular

civilise

civiilsation civics

civil civic civilised


uncivilised

classify

class classification

enclose

enclosure

collect

collection collector

collective

comfort

comfort discomfort

comfortable
uncomfortable

comfortably
uncomfortably

compare

comparison

comparative
comparable

comparably

compel

compulsion

compulsory

compulsorily

compete

competition
competitor

competitive

complete

completion

complete
imcomplete

compose

composition
composer

conclude

conclusion

confirm

confirmation

confide

confidence

confess

confession

confirm

confirmation

confuse

confusion

congratulate

congratulation
consciousness
unconsciousness

confident
unconfident
confidential

confirmed
unconfirmed

conscious
unconscious

conserve

conservation

consider

consideration

considerable
inconsiderable

construct

construction

constructive

consume

consumption

continue
discontinue

continuation
discontinuation

continuous
discontinuous
continual

convenience
inconvenience

convenient
inconvenient

converse

conversation

conversational

cook

cook cooker

cookery

correct

correction

correct incorrect
corrective

encourage
discourage

courage
encouragement
discouragement

courageous

cowardice

coward

creation creature
creator

creative

crime criminal

criminal

critic criticism

critical

curiosity

curious

create

criticize

considerably
inconsiderably

cruelty

cruel

custom

customary

-DVERBS

NOUN

damage

damage

endanger

danger

dangerous

darken

darkness

dark

day

daily

deafness

deaf

deceit

deceitful

decide

decision

decisive indecisive

decorate

decoration
decorator

deepen

depth

deep

defend

defence defendant

defensive indefensible

deliver

delivery

deliverable undeliverable

depend

dependence
independence

dependent independent

describe

description

descriptive describable
indescribable

destroy

destruction

destructive nondestructive

determine

determination

determined
undetermined

develop

development

dictate

dictation

dictatorial

die

death

dead deadly

differ

difference

different

differentiate

differentiation

direct

direction director
directory

discover

discovery

deafen

ADJECTIVE

direct indirect

ADVERB

indefensibly

discuss

discussion
distance

distant

distribute

distribution

disturb

disturbance

divide

division

divisive

doubt

doubt

doubtful

dust duster

dusty

-EVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

ease

easy

easily

economic
economise economy economics economical
uneconomical
educate

education

educational

efficiency

efficient
inefficient

elect

election

electrify

electricity electrician electric electrical

embarrass embarrassment
employ

employment
unemployment
employee employer

enjoy

enjoyment

enter

entrance

enthuse

enthusiasm
enthusiast

equalise

equalisation equality
equal unequal
inequality

except

exception

exhibit

exhibition
expense

explain

explanation

enjoyable

enjoyably

enthusiastic
unethusiastic

enthusiastically
unenthusiastically

expensive
inexpensive
explanatory
explicable

equally

inexplicable
explode

explosion

explosive

express

expression

extend

extension

extensive

extinction

extinct

extensively

-FVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

fail

failure

falsify

falsity falsehood false

ADVERB

fame

famous infamous

famously

fashion

fashionable
unfashionable

fashionably
unfashionably

fat fatness

fat fattening

fault

faulty faultless

faultily

favor

favor favorite

favorable unfavourable
favoured favorite

favorably
unfavorably

fear

fear fearlessness afraid fearful fearless

ferfilise

fertility fertiliser fertile

fit

fitness

fly

flight

fatten

unfit misfit

foot footprint
footstep
forget

forgetfulness

forgetful

forgetfully

forgive

forgivingness

form

formation
deformity

formative

formatively

fortune
misfortune

fortunate unfortunate

fortunately
unfortunately

formalise formality

formal

formally

free

freedom

free

freely

refresh

refreshment

fresh

frequency

frequent infrequent

frequently

infrequency
befriend

friend friendship friendly unfriendly

furnish

furniture
furnisher

furnished unfurnished

VERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

generosity

generous

generously

gentleness

gentle

gently

gold

golden

govern

grow

government
governor
greed

greedy

greed

greedy

growth
guilt

guilty

-HVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

happiness unhappiness

happy unhappy

happily
unhappily

hasten

haste

hasty

hastily

hate

hatred hatefulness

hateful

hatefully

head

head headline headache


heading

heal

health

healthy unhealthy

healthily
unhealthily

heat

heat heater

hot

heighten

height

high

hero heroine heroism

heroic

hesitate

hesitation

hesitative

hinder

hindrance
honesty

honest dishonest

honour dishonour

honourable
dishonourable

heroically

horizon

horizontal

house household
housekeeper housewife
hunger

hungry

hungrily

-IVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ice

icy

identify

identification

identified unidentified

imagine

image
imagination

imaginary imaginative
unimaginative

imitate

imitation

imitative

importance

important unimportant

impress

impression

impressive

improve

improvement

include

inclusion

inclusive

industrialise

industry
industrialist

industrial industrilised

infer

inference

influence

influence

influential

inform
misinform

information

informative
uninformative

injure

injury
innocence

innocent

inquire

inquiry

insure

insurance

intellectualise

intellect
intellectual

intellectual

intend

intention

intentional unintentional

interest
disinterest

interest
disinterest

uninterested uninteresting

interpret

interpretation

interrupt

interruption

ADVERB

imaginarily

interrogate

interrogation

introduce

introduction

invent

invention

invite

invitation

interrogative

inventive

-KVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

know

knowledge

knowledgeable

ADVERB

-LVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

laugh

laughter

laughable

lead
mislead

leader leadership

legalise

legality illegality

lend

loan

lengthen

length

lessen

less

lighten

light lighter lighthouse


lightness

light

literature literacy
illiteracy

literary literate
illiterate

life

live lively alive

loneliness aloneness

lonely alone

live

legal illegal

ADVERB

legally
illegally

long

lose

loss

loosen

looseness

loose

loyalty disloyalty

loyal disloyal

luck

lucky

luckily

-MVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

maintain

maintenance

manage
mismanage

management
managerial
mismanagement manager manageable

ADVERB

manageress
marry

unmanageable

marriage
mountain mountaineer

mountainous

measurement

measurable

mechanic mechanism

mechanical

memorise

memory memo

memorial

modernise

modernisation modernity modern

modify

modification

moralise

morality immorality

moral immoral

mother motherhood

motherly

mountain mountaineer

mountainous

multiplication

multiple

mystery

mysterious

measure

multiply

measurably

VERBSNOUNADJECTIVEADVERBnationalizenation
nationalitynational naturalisenaturenatural unnatural necessitatenecessitynecessary
unnecessarynecessarily unnecessarilyneglectnegligencenegligible -OVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

obey
disobey

obedience
disobedience

obedient disobedient

object

objection objectivity

objective objectionable
unobjectionable

oblige
obligate

obligation

obligatory

observe

observation
observant
observatory
occasion

occasional

occupy

occupation occupant

officiate

office officer official official unofficial

omit

omission

operate

operation

originate

origin originality

own

owner ownership

original

ADVERB

objectionably

-PVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

pack

packet package

part

part partner particle partial

ADVERB

patience impatience patient impatient


pay

payment payee

payable unpaid

peculiarity

peculiar

permission

permissive

person personlity

personal impersonal

perceive

perception

perceptive
unperceptive

perfect

perfection

perfect imperfect

perform

performance

permit

permanence
permanency

parmanent

persuade

persuasion

persuasive
unpersuasive

please

pleasure displeasure pleasurable


plenty

plentiful

politics politician

political

poison

poisounous

popularise

popularity
unpopularity

popular unpopular

populate

population
poverty

poor

possess

possession
possessor

possessive

post

postage

postal

possibility
impossibility

possible impossible

practicality
practicability

practical impractical
practicable
impracticable

possibly
impossibly

practise

practice practitioner

prefer

preference

preferable

present

presence

present

preserve

preservation

preservative

press

pressure

prevent

prevention

preventive

pride

proud

preferably

prison prisoner
imprisonment

imprison

probability
improbability

probable improbable

production product
producer

productive
unproductive

profession

professional
unprofessional

profit

profit

profitable
unprofitable

pronounce
mispronounce

pronunciation
mispronunciation

propose

proposal

protect

protection

prove disprove

proof disproof

publicise

publicity

public

punctuality

punctual

produce

punish

punishment

purify

purify impurify

probably
improbably

profitably
unprofitably

protective

pure impure

-QVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

qualify

qualification

qualified disqualified

quarrel

quarrel

quarrelsome

ADVERB

-RVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

rapidity, rapidness

rapid

realisation, reality, realist

real, unreal,
realistic,
unrealistic

reason

reasonable,
unreasonable

receive

receiver, receipt, recipient,


reception, receptionist

receptive,
unreceptive

recognise

recognition

recognisable
unrecognisable

realise

rapidly

reasonably,
unreasonably

recommend recommendation
reduce

reduction

reflect

reflection

regret

regret

regrettable,
regretful

regularise

regularity irregularity

regular irregular

refer

reference, referee, referent

referent

refuse

refusal

relieve

relief
religion

religious
unreligious

repeat

repetition

repeatable
unrepeatable

reside

residence, resident

residential

resign

resignation

respect

respect, respectability,
disrespect

respond

response

regrettably

respectful,
respectable,
unrespectable

respectably,
respectfully

responsibility,irresponsibility

responsible,
irresponsible

responsibly,
irresponsibly

enrich

richness

rich

rob

robber, robbery
romance

romantic,
unromantic

romantically

roughen

roughness

rough

royalty

royal

-SVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

sadden

sadness

sad

satisfy

satisfaction
dissatisfaction

satisfied unsatisfied
satisfactory unsatisfactory

save

safety safe

safe unsafe

scarcity

scarce

scene scenery

scenic

science scientist

scientific

season

seasonal

secure

security

secure insecure

select

selection

selective

sense

sense

sensation sensitive
insensitive senseless sensible
insensible sensational

separate

sepatation

separate separable
inseparable

serve

service servant
shade

shady

shame

shame

shameless ashamed shameful

sharpen

sharpness

sharp

shorten

shortage

short

sign

signature
silence

silent

similarity
dissimilarity

similar dissimilar

simplify

simplicity

simple

situate

situation
sincerity

sincere

ADVERB

scientifically

simply

sleep

sleep sleeper

sleepy sleepless asleep

slip

slip slipper

slippery

smooth

smoothness

smooth

soften

softness

soft

solve

solution
sorrow

sorry sorrowful

speak

speech

speechless

spell
misspell

spelling
misspelling

stabilize

stability
instability

state

statement
stone

stable unstable

stony

stop

stopper stoppage

straighten

straightness

straight

strengthen

strength

strong

stupidity

stupid

success

successful

sun

sunny suntanned sunburned

suffice

sufficiency

sufficient insufficient

support

support supporter supportive

suspect

suspect

suspicious unsuspicious

sweeten

seetness

sweet

succed

systematize system

systematic unsystematic

sympathise

sympathetic unsympathetic

sympathy

sleepily

-TVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

talk

talk

talkative

taste

taste taster tastefulness


tastelessness

tasty tasteful
tasteless

tend

tendency

ADVERB

tastefully
tastelessly

thicken

thickness

thick

think

thought

thoughtful

threaten

threat

tighten

tightness

entitle

title

toughen

toughness

translate

translation translator

treat

treatment

entrust

type

tight

tough

trouble

troublesome

truth truthfulness

true truthful

trust trustee

trustworthy

type

typical untypical

typist typeface typesetter


typewriter

typewritten

truly

-UVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

unite

union unit unity

urge

urgency

urgent

urgently

use

use user usefulness useful useless

-VVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

vacancy

vacant

ADVERB

vaccinate

vaccination vaccine

validate

validity

valid invalid

value

value

valuable invaluable

valuably
invaluably

vary

variety variation
variability

variable invariable
various

variably
invariably

vibrate

vibration

vibrant

violence

violent

visibility invisibility
invisibleness

visible invisible

visibly
invisibly

visualise

visual

-WVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

wake awake,
awaken

ADVERB

awake

warm

warmth

warm

wave

wavy

wealth

wealthy

weaken

weakness

weak

weigh

weight weightiness

weightless

widen

width

wide widespread

wisdom

wise unwise

wool

woollen

work worker
workshop

workless

worth

worthless
worthy

VERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

x-ray

x-ray

work

-XADVERB

-YVERBS

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

youth young youngster


youthfulness

young younger
youthful

youthfully

-ZVERBS

zip unzip

NOUN

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

zeal zealousness
zealot

zealous

zealously

zip zipper zipfastener


zoo zoologist zoology zological
negligentnegligibly nervenervous noisenoisynoisily