Vocabulary sort cede ceed cess

muzahele's version from 2018-02-28 05:08


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exceed(v) to go or be beyond the limit or expectations
proceed(v) to keep on going; to go ahead with something; to move along
recede(v) to go or move back
accessory(n) an article or item worn with an outfit that "goes with" or matches the outfit
successor(n) a person who goes after someone else (usually related to a person taking over someone's job that is of higher rank)
intercede(v) to mediate; to go between people to help them reach an agreement
concede(v) to yield to an opponent that one has lost to; to give in; to admit that something is true and valid
recess(n) the time during which people go out to take a break
precede(v) to go before something else in time, order, place, or rank
accessible(adj) able to go in to, enter, or approach