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1st Block Vocabulary Terms - Q4
Terms in this set (52)
to be different
to get, bring out
list or description of events in the order in which they happen
to celebrate the memory of s.o. or some event
no longer used, replaced by something better
the atmosphere of feeling created by a work
a writer's attitude toward a subject
to be in favor of or against someone or something
suggesting someone has done something wrong; complaining
well meaning and kindly
saying what one thinks even if it is unpleasant
not showing personal opinion or preference, unemotional, fair
unwilling or unable to believe something
full of laughter, cheerful
not influenced by emotions or personal beliefs, fair
serious; not cheerful
a comparison between two unlike things without using "like" or "as"
a comparison between two unlike things using "like" or "as"
to give human thoughts and qualities to something nonhuman.
the sound something makes if spelled out
an exaggeration that is so large people know it cannot be true
a person, object, or situation that represents something more (color, animal, object, character)
the thoughts, feelings, images, and ideas that come to mind when thinking of a word
when the same letter or sound appear at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
The comparison of two things for the purpose of showing what one of them is like; usually the comparison is between something familiar and something unfamiliar.
A description of information about what is shown in the illustrations (pictures).
To look at something critically and review it.
an expression in which words don't really mean what they say and cannot be understood by looking up the words in a dictionary
having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or understanding; knowing all things
to put something into your own words
a particular attitude toward or way of looking at something; a point of view
a basic word to which affixes (prefixes and suffixes) are added because it forms the basis of a new word
leaves of plants and trees
to change something so that making money is its main goal
to influence someone or something secretly, especially for one's own advantage
to give something formally
to go fast and usually out of control
bright and glowing
not believable, unlikely to be true
a false, absurd, or distorted representation of something
without a lot of, with much space between
very great or intense
a difference or inequality
not easy to sense, not obvious
one-sided, done without the approval of others
a group of people within a larger group
to admit something
totally different; opposite; conflicting
to openly condemn; express disapproval of
someone blamed for the mistakes of others
lacking depth or meaning; shallow
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