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clud/clus
Latin root that means "close" or "shut"
secluded
being "shut" away or "closed" off
conclude
to decide; to bring to a close or finish
exclusive
not open to everyone - shutting or closing some people out
inclusion
being "closed" or contained within
inconclusive
not able to close the thinking about an issue; not convincing
occlude
to stop up or close up
preclude
to shut out beforehand, make impossible, prevent
recluse
a person who lives closed off or withdrawn from the world
seclusion
being shut off or apart from others, undisturbed
rid/ris
Latin root that means "laugh"
ridiculous
something that is "laughable"
deride
to laugh at, make fun of, scorn
derision
scornful laughter or ridicule
derisive
showing contempt or lack of respect, usually with mocking laughter
ridicule
to laugh at or make fun of