456 Roots of English-38 Ject Throw
Now today we have taken 'JECT/JET' as a ROOT which has a meaning : Throw
1) Jettison- (jet-ti-son ) - 'throw' out, to eliminate something Usage - Keep the good memories in your heart and jettison the bad ones
3) Conjecture- (kon-jek-tur) guess 'thrown' together, an opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidence Usage - Why are you getting upset about something that is simply conjecture and has not been proven?
4)Trajectory- ( truh-jek-ter-ee) - path 'thrown' across, a course or route takern
5) Abject: - (ab-ject) - (of something bad) experienced or present to the maximum degree. Usage - When Simran failed in the exam, she was abject for weeks and would not leave her house.
9) Interject:-(in-ter-jekt) - to cut in on another person's statement by making a remark , 'throw' between Usage - In Mr. Roy's classroom, you are not allowed to interject when another person is talking.
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