magni = great Part of Speech Definition Synonyms Antonyms compound or complex Sentence adjective very good; excellent brilliant excellent outstanding bad common unimpressive Katniss’ outfits are magnificent, so they grab everyone’s attention. magnification noun the action or process of magnifying (making larger) something enlargement exaggeration glorification reduction decrease When the cell was magnified, the miniscule nucleus became visible. magnitude noun the great size or extent of something significance greatness importance insignificance triviality unimportance The magnitude of the earthquake was strongest in San Francisco because the city is located on the fault line. magnificent min = small Part of Speech Definition Synonyms Antonyms compound or complex Sentence miniscule adjective extremely small; tiny infinitesimal meager minute large gigantic enormous Since the amount of milk left in the carton is miniscule, don’t put it back in the refrigerator. minute adjective extremely small microscopic little miniscule big huge mighty noun sixty seconds The nucleus of a cell is minute, but it can be seen when magnified with a microscope. verb to make or become less decrease dwindle lessen develop enlarge increase As the food supply diminished, the soup kitchen held a food drive. diminish minimum minnow mince poly = much or many polysyllabic noun the least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required minimal least possible smallest maximum largest most adjective noun smallest or lowest a small fish None none verb cut up or grind food into very small pieces crumble grind dice combine join Part of Speech Definition Synonyms Antonyms adjective having more than one syllable multisyllabic monosyllabic polygon noun a shape with multiple sides line plane polyglot noun a person who knows several languages shape form hexagon, octagon, etc. linguist bilingual-speaker multilingualspeaker polytechnic noun an institution of higher education college offering courses in many subjects, esp. vocational or technical subjects adjective dealing with or devoted to various vocational or technical subjects monolingualspeaker mute none The minimum amount of sentences to write in a paragraph is five, so you need to add at least one more. I caught a minnow on the fishing trip, and my son caught a shark! Before you put it in the pan, you must mince the garlic. compound or complex Sentence Polysyllabic is a polysyllabic word because it has five syllables. Draw a polygon with four sides, so draw a square, rectangle, trapezoid, or rhombus. Employees of international companies must be polyglots because they have to communicate with people all over the world. If you attend a polytechnic university, you could learn how to become a mechanic or an engineer. polygamy equ = equal noun the practice or custom of having more than one wife or husband at the same time Part of Speech Definition None Synonyms monogamy Antonyms Polygamy seems strange to many people because it is not a custom that is familiar to us. compound or complex Sentence unequal adjective not equal differing uneven inequivalent equal same similar Girls in some countries receive an unequal education because they are considered to be inferior. equitable adjective fair and impartial decent fair unbiased biased prejudiced unjust Since I want to be fair, I try to be equitable. equation noun a mathematical statement None none This equation is difficult, but I know I can solve it. equanimity noun mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation serenity tranquility composure excitement agitation frustration Katniss displayed equanimity even in times of distress, and that helped her to become the victor. equator noun an imaginary line drawn around the earth, dividing the earth into northern and southern hemispheres Band belt center middle Because the Equator is closest to the sun, it is the hottest place on Earth. adjective having all its sides of the same length rectangular squared right-angled scalene In order to draw an equilateral triangle, all three sides must be the same length. equilateral equivalent omni = all adjective equal in value, amount, function, or meaning noun a person or thing that is equal to or corresponds with another in value, amount, function, meaning, etc. Part of Speech omnipotent omnivore omniscient Definition comparable equal identical Synonyms different dissimilar opposite Antonyms If you want to make a delicious smoothie, use equivalent amounts of each fruit to blend out the flavor. compound or complex Sentence adjective having unlimited power; able to do anything (usually describing a god) almighty divine supreme weak President Snow believed he was omnipotent, so he tried to control all of the districts. noun an animal or person that eats food of both plant and animal origin none herbivore carnivore Unless a person decides to be a vegetarian, humans are omnivores. adjective knowing everything all-seeing knowledgeable wise stupid ignorant unknowing Although we are all smart, we are not all omniscient.