Interloper

INTER <L. "between"

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: One who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of others.

Original Sentence: Even though Alice would constantly ask for privacy, her sister continued to interlope in her room.

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Juxtapose

PONO, PONERE, POSUI, POSITUM
<L. "to put," "to place"

Part of Speech: transitive verb

Definition: To place side by side

Original Sentence: As a child, Laura was very neat and would juxtapose her shoes all along her closet wall and put everything in order.

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Abstruse

TRUDO, TRUDERE, TRUSI, TRUSUM
<L. "to push"

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: Difficult to understand; complex.

Original Sentence: Mr. Smith's teaching style and unwillingness to help made his class very rigorous and abstruse.

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Unrequited

QUIES, QUIETIS <L. "quiet," "rest" QUIESCO, QUIESCERE, QUIEVI, QUIETUM  <L. "to rest," "to remain quiet"

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: Not reciprocal; not given in payment or returned in kind.

Original Sentence: Mark's unrequited love for Sara had her running away, as she was not interested or looking for a relationship.

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Rapprochement

PROPE <L. "near"
PROPINQUUS <L. "near"

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: Reconciliation; restoration of cordial relations, especially between two countries.

Original Sentence: The rapprochement of North and South Korea is not likely to occur any time soon considering North Korea's dictatorship.

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