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AP Lang/Lit Fall Final Flashcards

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jaded
sated and surfeited/ unspoiled and uncloyed
lurid
gruesome and gory/ pleasant and attractive
meritorious
praiseworthy and laudable/ blameworthy and reprehensible
petulant
irritable and peevish/ even-temperd and placid
prerogative
perquisite and perk
provinicial
narrow-minded and parochial/ cosmopolitan and catholic
simulate
feign and pretend
transcend
surpass and outstrip
umbarge
irritation and pique/ pleasure and delight
unctuous
mealymouthed and servile/ gruff and blunt
interloper
trespasser and meddler
intrinsic
immanent and organic/ extrincis and external
inveigh
rail and harangue/ acclaim and glorify
lassitude
fatigue and lethargy/ energy and vitality
millennium
chiliad and golden age/ doomsday and day of judgement
occult
supernatural and esoteric/ mundane and common
permeate
penetrate and soak through
precipitate
provoke and impetuous/ wary and cautious
stringent
stern and rigorous/ lenient and mild
surmise
infer and presumption
inadvertent
accidental and unconsidered/ deliberate and intentional
nominal
titular and token/ real and actual
noncommittal
cagey and playing it safe/ positive and definite
peculate
embezzle and defraud
proclivity
natural bent and penchant/ inability or incapacity
sanfroid
poise and self-assurance/ excitability and hysteria
seditious
mutinous and rebellious/ supportive and loyal
tenuous
flimsy and insubstantial/ strong and solid
vitrolic
withering and acerbic/ bland and saccharine
wheedle
cajole and inveigle/ coerce and browbeat
irrevocable
irreversible and unrecallable/ reversible and changeable
propensity
natural bend and proclivity/ natural incapacity or inability
querulous
petulant and touchy/ uncomplaining and stoical
remonstrate
reason against and expostulate
repudiate
disavow and abjure/ avow and affirm
resilient
springy and elastic/ rigid and stiff
reverberate
rumble and thunder
scurrilous
obscene and filthy/ decorous and seemly
sedulous
assiduous and tireless/ lackadaisical and listless
sleazy
inferior and cheesy/ superior and first-rate
precept
principle and maxim
salutary
salubrious and curative/ detrimental and deleterious
scathing
searing and harsh/ bland and mild
scourge
flog and bane/ godsend and boon
sepulcharl
doleful and lugubrious
soporific
narcotic and anesthetic/ stimulating and stimulus
straitlaced
highly conventional and overly strict/ lax and loose
transient
impermanent and ephemeral/ permanent and imperishable
unwieldy
cumbersome and bulky/ manageable and easy to handle
vapid
insipid and lifeless/ zesty and spicy
fetter
bond and bind/ free and emancipate
heinous
evil and odious/ excellent and wonderful
immutable
unchangeable and unalterable/ changeable and inconstant
insurgent
revolutionary and rebellious/ loyalist and loyal
megalomania
delusions and grandeur/ humility and modesty
sinecure
"no-show" job and cushy job
surreptitious
furtive and covert/ open and frank
transgress
overstep and exceed/ obey and toe the line
transmute
transform and convert/ maintain unchanged and preserve
vicarious
surrogate and substitute/ real and actual
infraction
violation and transgression
mitigate
lessen and relieve/ aggravate and intensify
pillage
ravage and booty
prate
chatter and prattle/ come to the point and not waste words
punctilious
precise and scrupulous/ carless and negligent
redoubtable
formidable and fearsome/ laughable and risible
reprove
chide and chastise/ praise and commend
restitution
compensation and reimbursement
stalwart
sturdy and mainstay/ weak and infirm
vulnerable
defenseless and exposed/ invincible and protected
hypothetical
assumed and suppposed/ actual and real
ignoble
inferior and unworthy/ admirable and praiseworthy
impugn
challenge and deny/ confirm and prove
intemperate
excessive and extreme/ moderate and restrained
odium
abhorrence and opprobrium/ esteem and admiration
perfidy
betrayal and disloyalty/ faithfulness and loyalty
relegate
transfer and consign/ promote and elevate
squeamish
nauseated and queasy
subservient
secondary and servile/ primary and principal
susceptible
vulnerable and receptive/ resistant and immune