Bell - Knoke's Classroom

Bell - Knoke's Classroom

Crim comes from the Latin for fault or crime or

accusation The root crim- produces such English

words as crime and criminal. Criminology

Criminology

Criminology (n) The study of crime, criminals, law enforcement, and punishment.

Decriminalize Decriminalize

Decriminalize (v.) To remove or reduce the criminal

status of. Incriminate

Incriminate

Incriminate (v.) To show evidence or involvement in a crime or a fault.

Recrimination Recrimination

Recrimination (n.) An accusation in retaliation for an

accusation made against oneself; the making of such an accusation

Prob/Prov comes from the Latin word

for prove or proof and honest or integrity. To prove a statement is to make it

honest, and probate court is where the genuineness of the wills of deceased people must be proved.

Approbation Approbation

Approbation (n.) A formal or official act of approving; praise,

usually given with pleasure or enthusiasm Disprove

Disprove

Disprove (v.) To show that something is not what it has been claimed to be; refute.

Probity Probity

Probity (n.) absolute honesty and uprightness.

Reprobate

Reprobate Reprobate

(n.) A person of thoroughly bad character.

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