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10 terms
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
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
54 terms
English 10A
"Whence true authority in men; though…
Two syllable poetic rhythms
Three syllable poetic rhythms
Iamb
Title: Paradise Lost... Author: John Milton... Time period: 17th ce…
1) Iambic... 2) Trochaic... 3) Spondaic
1) Anapestic... 2) Dactylic
Nonstress, stress
"Whence true authority in men; though…
Title: Paradise Lost... Author: John Milton... Time period: 17th ce…
Two syllable poetic rhythms
1) Iambic... 2) Trochaic... 3) Spondaic
27 terms
English 10A
Exposition
Falling Action
Rising Action
Resolution
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Exposition
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Falling Action
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7 terms
English 10A
ethos
pathos
logos
connotation
how an author builds credibility or trustworthiness
words or phrases an author uses to active emotions
the arguement itself; the reasoning the author uses; logical…
a secondary meaning to a word or expression in addition to it…
ethos
how an author builds credibility or trustworthiness
pathos
words or phrases an author uses to active emotions
10 terms
English 10A - List 1
-al
bi-
cycl
-ic
relating to
two
circle, round
nature of
-al
relating to
bi-
two
19 terms
English 10A
Abbess Hilda
Caedmon's Hymn
Caedmon's Song -- characteristics
Rumination
"Caedmon's Hymn"... - was the grandniece of a Christian king & f…
O.E.... Genre: lyric / prose... Written by: The Venerable Bede... Caed…
1. Epithet ... Example: Weard which means "Guardian" is an epith…
scripture-reading. The monks would read scriptures aloud to f…
Abbess Hilda
"Caedmon's Hymn"... - was the grandniece of a Christian king & f…
Caedmon's Hymn
O.E.... Genre: lyric / prose... Written by: The Venerable Bede... Caed…
10 terms
English 10A
Acquiesce
Allure
Askew
Blithe
To agree without protest
To be attracted to
Twisted to one side
Cheerful
Acquiesce
To agree without protest
Allure
To be attracted to
20 terms
English 10A
augment
bereft
fortitude
pliable
to make bigger - verb
unhappy in love; sorrowful through loss - adj.
strength of mind that enables one to endure - noun
flexible - adj.
augment
to make bigger - verb
bereft
unhappy in love; sorrowful through loss - adj.
18 terms
English 10A
Adept
Adept
Aspire
Bleak
Masterful, accomplished, proficient
Clumsy, unskilled, maladroit, novice (ant)
Seek, yearn, aim for, soar
Grim, cheerless, gloomy, desolate, barren
Adept
Masterful, accomplished, proficient
Adept
Clumsy, unskilled, maladroit, novice (ant)
52 terms
English 10A
Allusion
Alliteration
Rhyme
Simile
a reference to something from literature, history, or culture…
repetition of an initial consonant sound; there should be at…
correspondence of sound between words or the endings of words…
a comparison between two unlike things using the words like,…
Allusion
a reference to something from literature, history, or culture…
Alliteration
repetition of an initial consonant sound; there should be at…
20 terms
ENGLISH 10A
Unequivicle
Indeterminate
Vacillate
Benevolent
Absolute, Certain, Plain, Obvious
Not a Definite Answer or Result
To Sway From One Side to Another
Generous in Providing Aid
Unequivicle
Absolute, Certain, Plain, Obvious
Indeterminate
Not a Definite Answer or Result
15 terms
English 10a
Circumscribed
Mediocrity
Perfidious
Distinctive
Defined by a limit or boundary
Poor in quality
Disloyal, treachurous
Serving to identify or distinguish
Circumscribed
Defined by a limit or boundary
Mediocrity
Poor in quality
25 terms
English 10A
Deor
The Ruin
The Wanderer
Judith
Old English... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous ... Themes: identity,…
Old English... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous... Themes: identity, t…
Old English... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous... Themes: social isol…
Old English ... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous... Themes: heroic nar…
Deor
Old English... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous ... Themes: identity,…
The Ruin
Old English... 1000 AD... Exeter Book... Anonymous... Themes: identity, t…
11 terms
English 10a
Reiterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
to repeat
Able to use both hands equally well
To make larger
Make unhappy through a loss
Reiterate
to repeat
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well
English 10A
Diatribe
Offall
Parley
Fray
Bitter verbal attack
Waste parts of a butchered animal; rubbish
A conference between opposing sides in a dispute, especially…
Usually disorderly or protracted fight or dispute
Diatribe
Bitter verbal attack
Offall
Waste parts of a butchered animal; rubbish
16 terms
English 10A
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack
Waste parts; part of a butchered animal; rubbish
A conference, especially between enemies
Fight or scuffle; brawl
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack
Offal
Waste parts; part of a butchered animal; rubbish
32 terms
English 10A
Inference
Situational irony
Verbal irony
Dramatic irony
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
Situation including contradictions or sharp contrasts. ... Ex) r…
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
Words/actions done/said by character where audience knows som…
Inference
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
Situational irony
Situation including contradictions or sharp contrasts. ... Ex) r…
13 terms
English 10A
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack
Wasted parts of a butchered animal
A conference between enemies
Fight or brawl
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack
Offal
Wasted parts of a butchered animal
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
24 terms
English 10A
The Exeter Riddles
The Wanderer
Beowulf
Sir Orfeo
Unknown, 950-1000
in the Exeter Riddles
1,000, Unknown
Unknown, 1333
The Exeter Riddles
Unknown, 950-1000
The Wanderer
in the Exeter Riddles
21 terms
English 10A
Riddles
Beowulf
Judith
Deor, Ruin Wanderer
Old English 1000
Anonymous... Old English... 1000
Anonymous... Old English... 950
Unknown... Old English... 1000
Riddles
Old English 1000
Beowulf
Anonymous... Old English... 1000
English 10A
Canonical
Conjures
Elucidation
Ensues
conforming to orthodox or recognized rules; reduced to the si…
make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowher…
an act of explaining that serves to clear up and cast light o…
happen or occur afterward or as a result.
Canonical
conforming to orthodox or recognized rules; reduced to the si…
Conjures
make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowher…
15 terms
English 10a
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack
Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
A conference, especially between two enemies
Fight or scuffle; Brawl
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack
Offal
Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
23 terms
English 10A
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack
Waste parts especially of a butchered animals,rubbish
A conference, especially between enemies
Fight or scuffle; brawl
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack
Offal
Waste parts especially of a butchered animals,rubbish
10 terms
English 10A: Lesson 11
blatant
blight
contrive
garble
unmistakable; obvious
something that harms
to plan or think up
to mix up, confuse or scramble
blatant
unmistakable; obvious
blight
something that harms
12 terms
English 10A
Paradox
Realm
Compound
Annals
Something that is up of two oppsite things and that seems imp…
An area of activity, interest knowledge
To make worse, to add to
Historical Events
Paradox
Something that is up of two oppsite things and that seems imp…
Realm
An area of activity, interest knowledge
23 terms
English 10a
Diatribe... Noun
Offal ... Noun
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack ... Ex: Sitting bull retalied with a DIAT…
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish... Ex: The…
A conference, especially between enemies... Ex: a PARLEY was sch…
Fight or scuffle; brawl... Ex: the party turned into a FRAY when…
Diatribe... Noun
A bitter verbal attack ... Ex: Sitting bull retalied with a DIAT…
Offal ... Noun
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish... Ex: The…
32 terms
English 10A
TP-CASTT
SOAP
Tone & Mood
Rhythm
Title- Look at the title to see if you can gather information…
Speaker- Who is the poem about... Occasion- Where would this poe…
Tone- The author's attitude towards the audience, subject, or…
A strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound
TP-CASTT
Title- Look at the title to see if you can gather information…
SOAP
Speaker- Who is the poem about... Occasion- Where would this poe…
24 terms
English 10A
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
(n) a bitter, forceful verbal attack ... "All of the stress and…
(n) waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish... "A…
(n) a conference, especially between enemies ... "The parley be…
(n) fight or scuffle; brawl (actually fighting; physically)…
Diatribe
(n) a bitter, forceful verbal attack ... "All of the stress and…
Offal
(n) waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish... "A…
25 terms
English 10A
Diatribe (noun)
Offal (noun)
Parley (noun)
Fray (noun)
A bitter verbal attack.... EX:"Coach Johnson's ________ was futi…
Waste parts of a butchered animal; Rubbish.... EX:"The dog roote…
A conference, especially between enemies.... EX:"A ______ was se…
Fight or scuffle; Brawl... EX:"The party turned into a ____ when…
Diatribe (noun)
A bitter verbal attack.... EX:"Coach Johnson's ________ was futi…
Offal (noun)
Waste parts of a butchered animal; Rubbish.... EX:"The dog roote…
20 terms
English 10A Unit 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(V) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
(ADJ) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; dec…
(V) to make larger; increase
(ADJ) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
(V) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
ambidextrous
(ADJ) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; dec…
26 terms
English 10a
Distortion
Evaluate
Evolve
Explanation
Anything that shows something in an untrue way
To determine the worth of something
Develop through gradual change
A statement that makes something clear
Distortion
Anything that shows something in an untrue way
Evaluate
To determine the worth of something
54 terms
English 10A
Alleged
Ambled
Amiable
Apothecary
asserted to be true or to exist (Keyword: courtroom)
to go at or as if at an amble (walk leisurely): saunter (Keyw…
agreeable or being friendly, sociable, and congenial (Keyword…
One who prepares and sells drugs or compounds for medical pur…
Alleged
asserted to be true or to exist (Keyword: courtroom)
Ambled
to go at or as if at an amble (walk leisurely): saunter (Keyw…
10 terms
English 10a
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack against someome or something
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal
A confrence especially between enemies
Fight, scuffle or brawl
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack against someome or something
Offal
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal
10 terms
English 10A
Acquiesce
Blithe
Exponent
Insuperable
To accept without protest
Cheerful
One who explains things
Impossible to overcome
Acquiesce
To accept without protest
Blithe
Cheerful
8 terms
English 10A
call
call back
get hold of something/someone
hear from someone
Anruf
zurückrufen
jdn erwischen/finden
von jdm. hören
call
Anruf
call back
zurückrufen
15 terms
English 10A
Ward (suffix)
Meta (prefix)
Y (suffix)
Ism (suffix)
In the direction of (forward, downward)
Beyond, after, with (Metamorphosis)
Inclined to; tend to (cheery crafty)
System, manner, characteristic (heroism, alcoholism)
Ward (suffix)
In the direction of (forward, downward)
Meta (prefix)
Beyond, after, with (Metamorphosis)
14 terms
English 10a
oral tradition
theme
cultural experience
universal themes
stories and poems passed from one generation to the next thro…
insights about life and human nature
core value and concerns
truths about life that are meaningful
oral tradition
stories and poems passed from one generation to the next thro…
theme
insights about life and human nature
20 terms
English 10a
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
The expression of approval or favorable opinion
To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet calm. Appease, sa…
A combination, union, merger for some specific purpose.
Deterioration, decay. OR excessive indulgence
Approbation
The expression of approval or favorable opinion
Assuage
To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet calm. Appease, sa…
English 10A
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack against someone or something.
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish.
A conference, especially between enemies
Fray is a noun and it means a fight, battle, or skirmish
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack against someone or something.
Offal
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish.
English 10A
Dispassionate
Elation
Dearth
Circuitous
Free from emotion; inpartial, unbiased
Exhilaration, joy
Lack, scarcity, insufficiency
Roundabout
Dispassionate
Free from emotion; inpartial, unbiased
Elation
Exhilaration, joy
10 terms
English 10a
Adept
Aspire
Bleak
Childe
Thoroughly skilled
To have ambitions hopes or plans
Bare,dreary,dismal
To blame;scold
Adept
Thoroughly skilled
Aspire
To have ambitions hopes or plans
10 terms
English 10a
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
bare, dreary, dismal
to blame; scold
adept
thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
10 terms
English 10A: Lesson 8
attest
attribute
discern
dispatch
to bear witness; to testify
a quality or feature of a person or thing; to give credit
to see clearly; to recognize or detect
to send out
attest
to bear witness; to testify
attribute
a quality or feature of a person or thing; to give credit
20 terms
English 10A
Deference
Coherent
Abashed
Inculcation
respect
logical, clear
shame and embarrassed
instill with repetition
Deference
respect
Coherent
logical, clear
10 terms
English 10A: Lesson 9
concurrent
confiscate
constitute
decipher
happening at the same time; simultaneous
to seize; to take possession of
to make up; to be the parts of
to interpret, read, or figure out
concurrent
happening at the same time; simultaneous
confiscate
to seize; to take possession of
10 terms
English 10A
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
refusing to accept something
to abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority
eating and drinking in moderation
quickness and keenness of judgment or insight
abjure
refusing to accept something
abrogate
to abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority
17 terms
English 10A
Parallelism
Motif
Theme
Thesis
Creating characters, events that mirror one another
A reoccurring theme or idea that is phrased or constructed in…
A central idea the author uses to communicate in a literary w…
Gives a topic and an attitude about the topic
Parallelism
Creating characters, events that mirror one another
Motif
A reoccurring theme or idea that is phrased or constructed in…
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