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Which suffix or prefix is pejorative? A. dis– B. ad– C. –ate D. –ion
A pejorative prefix adds a negative meaning to a word. With that being said, A. dis, would be a pejorative prefix.
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User: Which suffix or prefix is pejorative? A. dis– B. ad– C. –ate D. –ion





Weegy: A pejorative prefix adds a negative meaning to a word. With that being said, A. dis, would be a pejorative prefix.
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User: Another word for a verbal bromide is a A. cliché. B. seltzer. C. euphemism. D. conceit.

Weegy: A verbal bromide is more properly called a cliché.
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User: A trite statement is called a(an) A. eulogy. B. bromide. C. euphony. D. anodyne.

Weegy: A trite statement is often called a bromide.
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User: Often applied to politicians, the term _______ suggests hiding one's feelings while obscuring or "spinning" facts. A. vacillate B. simulate C. dissemble D. dissimulate

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