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doc
Latin root that means "teach"
documentary
film or television program that teaches the facts of an actual event
docent
a teacher or guide, especially one who gives museum tours
docile
easy to teach or manage, obedient
doctrine
what is taught as true by a church, nation, or group; teachings
indoctrinate
teach a particular belief or doctrine so that it is accepted completely
log
Greek root that means "word"
dialogue
words between two or more people
epilogue
words added after the end of a novel or play
illogical
referring to words that are contrary to the principles of sound reasoning
logistically
related to planning (reasoning) and carrying out a complex operation
prologue
introductory words in a novel or play
anti
Greek prefix that means "against"
antibacterial
something that is against bacteria and counteracts or destroys them
antidote
a remedy that works against anything harmful or undesirable
antigen
a foreign substance that causes the body to produce antibodies to fight against it
antipathy
a feeling against something; a strong dislike
antiphonal
related to singing or reciting responsively, one sound "against" another