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10 terms
English 10A: Lesson 10
degenerate
implausible
incoherent
intercede
to worsen; to deteriorate
difficult to believe; unlikely
not understood in a logical way
to plead or make request on behalf of someone
degenerate
to worsen; to deteriorate
implausible
difficult to believe; unlikely
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 10A
absolution
blithe
counterfeit
cryptic
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
(adj) free-spirited; carefree; happy; joyous
(adj) fake; false
(adj) puzzling; enigmatic
absolution
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
blithe
(adj) free-spirited; carefree; happy; joyous
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English 10A Vocabulary List 10
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
Bare, dreary, dismal
to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
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English 10 Vocab 10a
accrue (v)
annotation (n)
bedlam (n)
covert (adj)
to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for liter…
a state or scene of uproar and confusion
hidden, disguised,purposefully kept secret ... (n) a sheltered p…
accrue (v)
to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
annotation (n)
critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for liter…
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English 10A Lessons 9 & 10
Innate
Recourse
Mutable
Compliance
Inborn; natural; inherent
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
Capable of change; inconstant
The act of adapting to or giving in; a tendency to yield ; co…
Innate
Inborn; natural; inherent
Recourse
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
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English 10A 10
Abstain
Compel
Enigma
Intervene
Verb; restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
Verb; force or oblige someone to do something
Noun; someone or something that is mysterious and difficult t…
Verb; to get involved so as to alter or hinder an action or t…
Abstain
Verb; restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
Compel
Verb; force or oblige someone to do something
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English 10A - List 10 (Final)
a-, an-
-ar, -er, -or
derm, dermis
gest
not, without
one who, that which
skin
carry, bear, bring
a-, an-
not, without
-ar, -er, -or
one who, that which
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English 10A list 10
optimistic
neutral
ambivalence
frank
expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds
having no personal preference
mixed feelings or emotions
characterized by directness in manner or speech
optimistic
expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds
neutral
having no personal preference
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English 10A List 10
ample
avow
dowry
earnest
more than enough in size or scope or capacity
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true
money brought by a woman to her husband at marriage
characterized by a firm, humorless belief in one's opinions
ample
more than enough in size or scope or capacity
avow
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true
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English 10a Week 10
megalopolis
magnificent
magnanimous
autonomous
Literally "large city"; a population center where boundaries…
Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich and sumptuous in de…
of great mind and soul; noble in mind; one who is not petty
functioning independently, without control by others
megalopolis
Literally "large city"; a population center where boundaries…
magnificent
Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich and sumptuous in de…
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English 10A Vocabulary 10
VIV
Vivacious
Vivid
Revival
To live
Adj- attractively lively and animated
Adj- producing powerful feelings or strong clear images in th…
Noun- an improvement in the condition of something
VIV
To live
Vivacious
Adj- attractively lively and animated
25 terms
English 10A Vocabulary 10
Adverse
Affluent
Augment
Bicker
unfavorable or negative
Very Wealthy
To increase or enhance
To quarrel in a petty or meaningless way
Adverse
unfavorable or negative
Affluent
Very Wealthy
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English 10A Vocabulary 10
Expound
Cajole
Inscrutable
Balk
V To explain in detail: to clarify... Elaborate... Muddle:confuse
V To persuade with false promises and flattery... Coax;wheedle... D…
adj Not easily understood; hard to fathom... Enigmatic... Obvious;e…
V To refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse…
Expound
V To explain in detail: to clarify... Elaborate... Muddle:confuse
Cajole
V To persuade with false promises and flattery... Coax;wheedle... D…
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English 10A set 10
abstain
compel
enigma
intervene
restrain oneself from doing something or enjoying something V…
Force or oblige someone to do something VERB
someone or something that is mysterious or difficult to under…
Get involved so as to alter or stop an action VERB
abstain
restrain oneself from doing something or enjoying something V…
compel
Force or oblige someone to do something VERB
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English 10A+ Chapter 10
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
verb) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... syn) comp…
verb) to entice, tempt... syn) beguile/temptation
adv) twisted to one side... syn) lopsided
adj) cheerful, lighthearted... syn) carefree
acquiesce
verb) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... syn) comp…
allure
verb) to entice, tempt... syn) beguile/temptation
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English 10a set 10
Abstain verb
Compel verb
Enigma noun
Intervene verb
Restrain someone from doing or enjoying something
Force someone to do something
A person or thing that is mysterious
To come between to prevent a cause of something (like a fight)
Abstain verb
Restrain someone from doing or enjoying something
Compel verb
Force someone to do something
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English 10A Vocabulary List 10
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
Bare, dreary, dismal
to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
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English 10 VOCAB 10A Antonyms
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
resist, protest
(v.) repel, turn off; (n.) repellent
straight, symmetrical
glum, morose, despondent, depressed
acquiesce
resist, protest
allure
(v.) repel, turn off; (n.) repellent
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English 10 VOCAB 10A Definitions
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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ENGLISH 10A VOCAB 10/12
hearth
strewn
supplication
bough
the floor of the fireplace
scattered over an area
asking or begging
main branch of a tree
hearth
the floor of the fireplace
strewn
scattered over an area
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English 10A Lessons 9 & 10
Innate
Recourse
Mutable
Compliance
Inborn; natural; inherent
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
Capable of change; inconstant
The act of adapting to or giving in; a tendency to yield ; co…
Innate
Inborn; natural; inherent
Recourse
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
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English 10 VOCAB 10A Synonyms
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
comply with, accede, consent, yield
(v.) beguile, tantalize; (n.) temptation, enticement
awry, lopsided, cockeyed
carefree, nonchalant, indifferent
acquiesce
comply with, accede, consent, yield
allure
(v.) beguile, tantalize; (n.) temptation, enticement
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English 10A vocab unit 10
CRIMIN
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
crime, charge of crime
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
CRIMIN
crime, charge of crime
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
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English 9H: Spelling 10-10A
achievement
believe
chief
conceivable
...
...
...
...
achievement
...
believe
...
20 terms
English 10A Lessons 9 & 10
Innate
Recourse
Mutable
Compliance
Inborn; natural; inherent
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
Capable of change; inconstant
The act of adapting to or giving in; a tendency to yield ; co…
Innate
Inborn; natural; inherent
Recourse
A person or thing looked to for help, safety, and so on; a tu…
20 terms
English 10A Vocabulary Lesson 10
expound
cajole
inscrutable
balk
v. To explain in detail; to clarify... syn: elaborate... ant: muddle
v. To persuade with false promises and flattery... syn: coax, wh…
adj. Not easily understood; hard to fathom... syn: enigmatic... ant…
v. To refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse…
expound
v. To explain in detail; to clarify... syn: elaborate... ant: muddle
cajole
v. To persuade with false promises and flattery... syn: coax, wh…
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Vocabulary Unit 10 - English 10A
acquiese
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiese
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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H English 10A - Vocab #10
Adversity
Conflagration
Debacle
Quagmire
difficulties or disasters that cause great trouble or hardship
a huge fire, an inferno
a disaster based on a failure, breakdown or collapse that doe…
a difficult or troubling situation, swampy ground, bog, mire
Adversity
difficulties or disasters that cause great trouble or hardship
Conflagration
a huge fire, an inferno
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English 10A Vocabulary 1-10
embellish
embody
eminent
empathy
to beautify or enhance
to express or exemplify in concrete form
high in station or rank
to feel another person's desires or feelings
embellish
to beautify or enhance
embody
to express or exemplify in concrete form
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English 10A Vocab 10 Antonyms
Expound
Cajole
Inscurtable
Balk
muddle; confuse
dissuade; deter
obvious; evident
agree; continue
Expound
muddle; confuse
Cajole
dissuade; deter
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English 10A Vocabulary Week 10
Quibble (V.)
Salient (Adj.)
Undulate (V.)
Variegated (Adj.)
To argue over silly inconsequential things.
Prominent; of notable significance.
To move in a wave like pattern.
Having streaks, blotches or spots of different colors.
Quibble (V.)
To argue over silly inconsequential things.
Salient (Adj.)
Prominent; of notable significance.
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Vocab 10 Honors English 10A
kismet
lackadaisical
lambent
largesse
Fate
Lacking life, spirit, zest
playing lightly on or over a surface; marked by lightness or…
liberal giving (as of money) to or as if to an inferior
kismet
Fate
lackadaisical
Lacking life, spirit, zest
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English 10A vocab #10 Berry
expound
cajole
inscrutable
balk
to explain in detail (elaborate)
to persuade with false promises and flattery (coax, wheedle)
not easily understood; hard to fathom (enigmatic)
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
expound
to explain in detail (elaborate)
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery (coax, wheedle)
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English 10A V.1-10
demeanor
demise
demure
denounce
conduct, behavior (n.)
death or decease (n.)
shyness or modesty (adj.)
to condemn openly or publicly (v.)
demeanor
conduct, behavior (n.)
demise
death or decease (n.)
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English Vocab 10A 1-10
divisive
dogmatic
domestic
dominant
creating division or discord
asserting opinions, but in a negative way
of, or pertaining, to the home
having authority or influence
divisive
creating division or discord
dogmatic
asserting opinions, but in a negative way
16 terms
English 10A slides 7-10
claim/clam
pro
ex
clud
shout
forth/forward
out
shut
claim/clam
shout
pro
forth/forward
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English 10A V.1-10
demeanor
demise
demure
denounce
conduct, behavior (n.)
death or decease (n.)
shyness or modesty (adj.)
to condemn openly or publicly (v.)
demeanor
conduct, behavior (n.)
demise
death or decease (n.)
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Pre-AP English 10: #10A
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in... one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in... one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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English 10A
Agitate (verb)
Avaric (noun)
Benevolent (adjec.)
Blatant (adjec.)
to disturb (a person) or to stir up (liquid)... trouble
extreme greed for wealth and money... desire
kind and generous... giving
obvious especially in an offensive manner... sarcasm
Agitate (verb)
to disturb (a person) or to stir up (liquid)... trouble
Avaric (noun)
extreme greed for wealth and money... desire
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English 10A Unit 10 Vocabulary
huzza(n)
lea(n)
macadam(n)
militant(adj)
a loud shout of joy
a meadow
small broken stones used in making roads
aggressive
huzza(n)
a loud shout of joy
lea(n)
a meadow
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English 10A Unit 10 Vocab
huzza (n)
Lea (n)
macadam (n)
militant (adj)
a loud shout of joh
a meadow
small broken stones used in making roads
aggressive
huzza (n)
a loud shout of joh
Lea (n)
a meadow
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English 10A Vocabulary Set 10
Abstain
Compel
Enigma
Intervene
V. restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
V. force or oblige someone to do something
N. someone or something that is mysterious and difficult to…
V. get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or throu…
Abstain
V. restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
Compel
V. force or oblige someone to do something
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English 10A Vocab Unit 10
CRIMIN
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
CRIME, CHARGE OF CRIME
to do away with penalties for
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
an accusation made in reply, a counter-charge
CRIMIN
CRIME, CHARGE OF CRIME
decriminalize
to do away with penalties for
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English 10A Unit 10 Vocabulary
CRIMIN
Decriminalize
Incriminate
Recrimination
Latin CRIMEN "crime, charge of crime"
v. To do away with legal penalties
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
n. An accusation made in reply; a counter charge
CRIMIN
Latin CRIMEN "crime, charge of crime"
Decriminalize
v. To do away with legal penalties
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English 10A Vocabulary set 10
Compel
Intervene
Justify
Logical
Verb; force or oblige someone to do something
Verb; get involved, so as alter or hinder an action, or throu…
Verb; to give reasons why something is right or necessary
Adjective; using careful reasoning or good sense
Compel
Verb; force or oblige someone to do something
Intervene
Verb; get involved, so as alter or hinder an action, or throu…
25 terms
English 10A
aberrant
baleful
cacophony
defer
markedly different from an acceptable form
malignant, evil in nature
a disagreeable, harsh, or discordant sound/group of sounds
to delay or postpone
aberrant
markedly different from an acceptable form
baleful
malignant, evil in nature
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English 10A Vocabulary Set 1 (1-10)
demeanor (noun)
demise (noun)
demure (adjective)
denounce (verb)
conduct, behavior (example sentence: Walt's clam 'demeanor' p…
death or decease (example sentence: Video caused the 'demise'…
shyness or modesty (example sentence: Shelly's 'demure' appea…
to condemn openly or publicly (example sentence: After steali…
demeanor (noun)
conduct, behavior (example sentence: Walt's clam 'demeanor' p…
demise (noun)
death or decease (example sentence: Video caused the 'demise'…
57 terms
English 10A Vocabulary Test 9, 10, & 11
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
n. A letter or literary composition in letter form
adj. Enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: eager... ant: apath…
n. An irritating and persistent person... syn: nuisance, pest
n. Absence of vanity; humbleness... syn: modesty... ant: arrogance,…
epistle
n. A letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
adj. Enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: eager... ant: apath…
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10A Vocabulary 10/21
blemish
capable
conclude
detect
a mark or stain, a flaw
able to do something
bring something to an end; to finish
to find or discover something; to notice
blemish
a mark or stain, a flaw
capable
able to do something
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10A Vocabulary 10/19
cautious
despise
haven
obstacle
avoiding unnecessary risks or mistakes
dislike strongly
a safe place
something that gets in the way
cautious
avoiding unnecessary risks or mistakes
despise
dislike strongly
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