the root word for spectacle is spectacular
Spectacle means look in Latin.
The Latin root is spec, from specere or spectum, which mean "to look". Spectacle means an amazing sight, which must be seen with the eyes, or looked upon.
spectacle, inspect, respect, aspect, specimen, introspective, spectacular, spectator, etc.
what does spctacle mean? this is something i always get stuck on all it is is just a pair of glasses an
Hindi word for Spectacle is 'Tamasha'.
The spectacle was amusing to watch. I was a public spectacle. The fireworks evening was quite a spectacle.
my friend got a bit of spectacle in his eye
Marvel at the awesome spectacle of the Grand Canyon.
where did i put my reading spectacles? (as in 'glasses') "The circus certainly was a spectacle to see."
The word spectacular come from the word spectacle, which means an amazing and interesting sight. The word spectacle comes from the Latin word 'spectaculum'.
Inspect Respect Spectacle
I can give you several sentences. Don't make a spectacle of yourself! The spectacle of the parade amazed the children. That band puts on quite a spectacle. And spectacles are eyeglasses!
The word 'spectacle' is a noun, a singular, common noun. The noun 'spectacle' is an abstract noun as a word for a visually striking performance or display. The plural noun 'spectacles' is a concrete noun as a word for eyeglasses.
The man made a spectacle of himself by trying to play basketball with professionals. The view from the mountain summit was an unforgettable spectacle.
The word 'spectacle' is a noun, a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for something visually striking or memorable.
An adjective form is "spectacular." The word is also used as a noun for presentations that are supposed to be a spectacle.
My uncle made a spectacle of himself at the New Year's Eve party.
doulful.A pair of eyeglasses.
NOUN: spectacle is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for something which one looks at with interest, a thing.
There is no such word. You may be looking for "spectacle" or "skeptical".
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