Do you know what a suffix is? A suffix is a word ending that changes the meaning of a word. The suffix ‘-tropism’ is a common one, and it means ‘to turn or bend’. In this article, we will explore a list of words that contain the suffix ‘-tropism’. Examples of these words include ‘paraphototropism’ (turning towards light), ‘lipotropism’ (turning towards fat), ‘selenotropism’ (turning towards the moon), ‘gamotropism’ (turning towards marriage) and ‘hemitropism’ (turning in one direction).
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All of the words in this list are arranged by common usage. This list contains a total of 70 words.
By understanding the meaning of the suffix ‘-tropism’, and exploring the words in this list, you can gain a better understanding of how words are formed. We hope that this list will be useful in your language learning journey.
The words arranged in the lists below are in order of frequency of use, from left to right and down.
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