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Before a root word starting with L the prefix is il .

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illegal
The traffic warden gave me a ticket for illegal parking.
illegible
Her handwriting was nearly illegible.
illogical
Irrational means illogical or lacking in reason. *
illumination
It was a true illumination of bright lights in the city centre! *
illusion
It was an optical illusion. *
illusive
Harry was an illusive kind of guy, he didn't show his face much! *
illustrate
Illustrate the point. *
illness
She has a terminal illness.
illiterates
My Mum illiterates her point one more time to my stroppy sister. *
illicitly
The man illicitly tried to change the Governments decision on the parking issue. *
eight
I get to work at eight o'clock.
eighth
I was eighth in the class. *
enough
A dozen eggs will be enough.
exercise
Exercise is beneficial to your health.
earth
The earth is molten at the core.

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: Rowley Lane J I & N School.

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