15 terms

Chapter 13

Vocabulary from classical routes. Book C. Episcopal Collegiate Upper School. English 9, Ms. Hamilton.
1st To free from restraint or influence.
The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ___ women as free voters.
2nd To free a slave from bondage.
President Lincoln issued in 1863 and edict to ___ slaves.
1st A device for confining the hands; handcuffs.
Their___ were removed and, the prisoners were set free.
2nd Anything that constrains.
With consistent practice one can throw off the ___ of insecurity as a public speaker.
3rd To restrain, as with ___.
Lack of money has ___ed many projects to improve roads and public transportation.
1st A formal order from a higher court; an authoritative command, order or, interjection.
A court appeals ___ overturned the verdict of the district court.
1st Clearly apparent to sight or understanding; obvious.
Although Helen Keller was blind and deaf from age two, her intelligence became ___ though all the patience and skill of her teacher, Anne Sullivan.
2nd To show plainly; to reveal.
After months in the tropics the travelers ___ed the symptoms of Malaria.
3rd To prove.
Her birth certificate ___s her american citizenship.
4th A list of cargo or passengers.
Check the ___ to see if a doctor is on board.
1st To use or handle skillfully.
After learning in high school how to ___ stage lights on cue, she went on to a career in theatrical lighting.
2nd To manage with devious skill, or adjust to suit one's purpose.
Queen Elizabeth I of England cleverly ___ed her royal suitors, pretending intrest in a marriage as a way to maintain peace with their countries.
1st Skill in the use of the hands or body; adroitness.
The ___ of the jugglers was manifest as balls, then knives and then, flaming torches kept flying over their heads.
2nd Mental skill or adroitness; cleverness.
The complexity of a computer program shows the ___ of their designers.
1st Able to use either hand equally well.
The ___ pitchers kept batters off balance.
1st Relating to a finger or to a unit of measure (3/4 inch) the breadth of a finger.
Lacemaking requires exceptional ___ skill.
2nd Referring to a numerical system for encoding data.
___ recordings capture fine distinctions in sound.
1st To turn aside.
The official tried to ___ the reporter's embarrassing questions.
2nd To swerve or turn aside.
The rocket ___ed from its course and exploded seconds after firing.
1st To bend the knee in a kneeling or half-kneeling position to express reverence or respect.
King Richard II chided the Duke of Northumberland for failing to ___, an honor due the English monarch.
1st An alteration of pitch or tone of the voice.
The English often ask questions with a falling ___; Americans, with a rising ___.
2nd In grammar, an alteration of the form of a word to show different grammatical or syntactical relationships.
The second-person pronoun 'you' has no ___, but the third person pronouns 'we, our' and, 'us' are ___ed forms.
1st The act or condition of being thrown back.
Their good manners were a ___ of a gentle upbringing.
2nd Something thrown back, as light, heat, sound or, an image.
The breeze over the pond blurred the ___ of autumn foliage.
3rd Discredit; indirect reproach.
His inability to share is a ___ on his character.
4th Deep thought.
Isak Dinesen's book, Out of Africa, includes ___ about Africa and her life there.
1st Excessively grasping or greedy.
___ land developers endangered the wildlife preserve.
2nd given to seizing for plunderer or as prey.
___ slave traders destroyed flourishing kingdoms in Africa.
1st Giving one's complete attention.
The storyteller held the children in ___ silence as they listened to the adventures of Fire and Brigan.
2nd Overcome with emotion; completely filled with joy.
The ___ gaze that Romeo and Juliet exchange signifies love at first sight.
1st Done secretly, without approval.
Our ___ raids on the cookie jar ended when we got caught.