1. Contentment : content MENT (kon tent’ ment) n.
A state of being satisfied with one’s lot
2. Aggrandizement : aggrandize MENT (a gran’diz ment) n.
State of becoming greater
3. Alignment : align MENT ( a line’ ment) n.
Result of setting in line
4. Amendment : amend MENT (a mend’ ment) n.
Result of adding to a law
5. Apartment : apart MENT (a part’ ment) n.
A set of rooms to live in
6. Appeasement : appease MENT (a peze’ ment) n.
Act of quieting anger
7. Compliment : compli MENT (kom’ pli ment) n.
Praise given as a result of an action
8. Attainment : attain MENT (a tane’ ment) n.
The state of having reached a goal
9. Achievement : achieve MENT (a cheve’ ment) n.
A thing accomplished with effort
10. Appointment : appoint MENT (a point’ ment) n.
The result of an arrangement for a meeting
A state of being aroused
12. Ferment : fer MENT (fer’ ment) n.
A state of unrest’ excitement
13. Indictment : indict MENT (in dite’ ment) n.
The result of an action in writing charging one with an offense
14. Instrument : instru MENT (in stru ment) n.
A means to get a result; a tool
15. Nourishment : nourish MENT (nur’ ish ment) n.
Food for the body
16. Postponement : postpone MENT (post pone’ ment) n.
The result of putting a thing off for later; a delay
17. Presentiment : presenti MENT (pre sent’ I ment) n.
A forewarning of evil to come
18. Resentment : resent MENT (re zent’ ment) n.
Result of anger against another for cause
19. Statement : state MENT (state’ ment) n.
An expression of fact or opinion
20. Testament : testa MENT (tes’ ta ment) n.
Result of an expression of tribute; credo