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10H
7√5
3
5√3+10
5√5
2√5+3√5+2√5
√3×√3
5(√3+2)
√125
7√5
2√5+3√5+2√5
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10H
dirigere
il fuoco d'artificio
l'avventura
stupire
führen
Feuerwerk
Abenteuer
erstaunen
dirigere
führen
il fuoco d'artificio
Feuerwerk
10 terms
10H Vocab
Precept
Salutary
Scathing
Scourge
n. a rule of conduct or action
adj. beneficial, helpful; wholesome
adj. bitterly severe, withering; causing great harm
n. a cause of affliction or suffering; a source of severe pun…
Precept
n. a rule of conduct or action
Salutary
adj. beneficial, helpful; wholesome
10h vocab
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Generous Antonym is stingy
Uncertain as of course of action Antonym is certain
Lean, sharp cornered Antonym is rotund
Insolently proud antonym is modest
Altruistic
Generous Antonym is stingy
Ambivalent
Uncertain as of course of action Antonym is certain
60 terms
vocabulary 10H
astute
aversion
calamity
depravity
quick to see how to use a situation to your advantage
a feeling of strong dislike or unwillingness to do something
a serious accident or bad event causing damage or suffering
the state of being morally bad, or an action that is morally…
astute
quick to see how to use a situation to your advantage
aversion
a feeling of strong dislike or unwillingness to do something
Vocabulary Unit 3 (10H)
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for... While my grand…
(n.) the modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute…
Abominate
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for... While my grand…
Acculturation
(n.) the modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
10 terms
10H Vocabulary List 7
Concede
Conservative
Contrary
Denounce
VERB... To give in... To admit that something is true
ADJECTIVE... 1. Traditional; hesitant to accept extreme changes…
ADJECTIVE... 1. Going against something... 2. Opposite
VERB... 1. To forcefully reject, often for moral reasons... 2. To c…
Concede
VERB... To give in... To admit that something is true
Conservative
ADJECTIVE... 1. Traditional; hesitant to accept extreme changes…
10 terms
10H Vocabulary List 2
Collaborate
Despondent
Instigate
Resilient
To work together... ROOTS:... Co - together... Labor - work
Deeply sad and unresponsive... ROOTS:... Spond - to promise, pledg…
To provoke, start something... ROOT:... -igate - to make or drive
1.Able to bounce back:... Literally - like a rubber band... Figurat…
Collaborate
To work together... ROOTS:... Co - together... Labor - work
Despondent
Deeply sad and unresponsive... ROOTS:... Spond - to promise, pledg…
10 terms
10H Vocabulary List 5
equivocate
fortuitous
impeccable
liaison
VERB... 1. To lie.... 2. To conceal the truth by speaking ambiguous…
ADJECTIVE... 1. Unexpectedly happening at just the right time... 2.…
ADJECTIVE... 1. Without any flaws; perfect... ROOTS:... Pec -... RELATE…
NOUN... 1. An alliance... 2. Close relationship that makes a task/c…
equivocate
VERB... 1. To lie.... 2. To conceal the truth by speaking ambiguous…
fortuitous
ADJECTIVE... 1. Unexpectedly happening at just the right time... 2.…
15 terms
10H Unit 3 Vocabulary
acknowledge
authoritarian
cordial
ebb
recognize; admit-verb
favoring or exercising total control; nondemocratic;-adj.
gracious; heartfelt-adj.
recede; lessen-verb
acknowledge
recognize; admit-verb
authoritarian
favoring or exercising total control; nondemocratic;-adj.
15 terms
10H Unit 7 Vocabulary
ambivalence
anecdote
calculated
deliberate
the state of contradictory feelings about someone or somethin…
short account of an amusing or interesting event-noun
deliberately planned; likely-adj.
consider; ponder-verb
ambivalence
the state of contradictory feelings about someone or somethin…
anecdote
short account of an amusing or interesting event-noun
13 terms
10H Vocabulary List 4
Berate
Estrange
Estranged
Euphoric
VERB... To criticize harshly... ROOTS... Be = Thoroughly... Rate = Scold
NOUN... 1. To end all contact with someone... 2. To turn someone fa…
ADJECTIVE... Separated from someone close (like a husband, wife,…
ADJECTIVE... Intensely happy... ROOTS:... Eu = Good, normal, happy... Ph…
Berate
VERB... To criticize harshly... ROOTS... Be = Thoroughly... Rate = Scold
Estrange
NOUN... 1. To end all contact with someone... 2. To turn someone fa…
15 terms
10H Unit 4 Vocabulary
acrimonious
adversary
aversion
bane
bitter in words or manner -adj.
opponent -noun
firm dislike -noun
cause of ruin -noun
acrimonious
bitter in words or manner -adj.
adversary
opponent -noun
15 terms
10H Unit 10 Vocabulary
arable
diminution
discrepancy
discursive
fit for growing crops-adj.
lessening; reduction in size-noun
lack of consistency; difference-noun
digressing; rambling-adj.
arable
fit for growing crops-adj.
diminution
lessening; reduction in size-noun
10 terms
Vocabulary 10H.1.3
compassion
commodity
conception
convene
sympathetic consciousness of others' distress; wanting to hel…
something that is bought and sold
process of becoming pregnant; process of understanding
to come together in a group
compassion
sympathetic consciousness of others' distress; wanting to hel…
commodity
something that is bought and sold
15 terms
10H Unit 8 Vocabulary
antagonistic
charlatan
civil
despondent
hostile; opposed-adj.
quack; pretender to knowledge-noun
having to do with citizens or the state; courteous and polite…
depressed; gloomy-adj.
antagonistic
hostile; opposed-adj.
charlatan
quack; pretender to knowledge-noun
15 terms
10H Unit 6 Vocabulary
altruistic
cacophonous
degenerate
ethereal
unselfishly generous; concerned for others-adj.
discordant; inharmonious-adj.
become worse; deteriorate-verb
light; heavenly; unusually refined-adj.
altruistic
unselfishly generous; concerned for others-adj.
cacophonous
discordant; inharmonious-adj.
10 terms
10H Lesson 2 Vocab
the crime of holding a belief that goe…
easy to teach
a drink, especially an alcoholic one
a hated person
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
the crime of holding a belief that goe…
heresy
easy to teach
docile
15 terms
10H Unit 5 Vocabulary
advocate
affable
bequeath
bland
urge; plead for -verb
easily approachable; warmly friendly -adj.
leave to someone by a will; hand down -verb
soothing; mild; dull -adj.
advocate
urge; plead for -verb
affable
easily approachable; warmly friendly -adj.
15 terms
10H Unit 1 Vocabulary
abate
abrasive
ascetic
assuage
subside or moderate-verb
rubbing away; tending to grind down-adj.
practicing self-denial; austere-adj.
ease or lessen (pain); satisfy (hunger); soothe (anger)-verb
abate
subside or moderate-verb
abrasive
rubbing away; tending to grind down-adj.
15 terms
10H Unit 9 Vocabulary
antiquated
clemency
digression
facile
old-fashioned; obsolete-adj.
disposition to be lenient; mildness, as of the weather-noun
wandering away from the subject-noun
easily accomplished; ready or fluent; superficial-adj.
antiquated
old-fashioned; obsolete-adj.
clemency
disposition to be lenient; mildness, as of the weather-noun
15 terms
10H Unit 2 Vocabulary
absolute
austerity
converge
disperse
complete; totally unlimited; certain-adj.
sternness; severity; strict economy; lack of luxuries-noun
approach; tend to meet; come together-verb
cause to break up; scatter-verb
absolute
complete; totally unlimited; certain-adj.
austerity
sternness; severity; strict economy; lack of luxuries-noun
60 terms
10H Final Exam 2016
argument
hook
claim
empirical evidence
A form of writing that presents a particular opinion or idea…
An interesting quotation, anecdote, or example at the beginni…
A position statement (or thesis) that asserts an idea or make…
Evidence based on experiences and direct observation through…
argument
A form of writing that presents a particular opinion or idea…
hook
An interesting quotation, anecdote, or example at the beginni…
17 terms
Global 10H
enlightened
Scientific revolution ... Natural law
Air
Vaccination
to have a higher knowledge and wisdom
cause of enlightenment
smallpox spread through__________
less harmful virus
enlightened
to have a higher knowledge and wisdom
Scientific revolution ... Natural law
cause of enlightenment
60 terms
English 10h
Adroit
Adulterate
Adversary
Alienate
Skillful; clever; expert in the use of hands of mind
To corrupt; make worse by the addition of something less valu…
An enemy or opponent
To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
Adroit
Skillful; clever; expert in the use of hands of mind
Adulterate
To corrupt; make worse by the addition of something less valu…
32 terms
Global 10h
Jean jaques rousseau
Renee descartes
Oliver Cromwell
King Philip II
"General will of society" reason has corruoted goodness; prom…
"I think therefore i am"
"Lord protector" puritan miliarty dictator of england
Mr catholic; el escorial; spanish inquisition, armada
Jean jaques rousseau
"General will of society" reason has corruoted goodness; prom…
Renee descartes
"I think therefore i am"
20 terms
English 10H
Acumen
Adjudicate
Anachronism
Apocryphal
Accuracy of judgement
Referee
Chronological error
Bogus
Acumen
Accuracy of judgement
Adjudicate
Referee
22 terms
English 10H
Tone
Symbolism
Metaphor
Simile
The attitude a literary work takes toward its subject and the…
The use of specific TANGIBLE/VISIBLE objects or images to rep…
A direct relationship where one thing or idea substitutes for…
An indirect relationship where one thing or idea is described…
Tone
The attitude a literary work takes toward its subject and the…
Symbolism
The use of specific TANGIBLE/VISIBLE objects or images to rep…
79 terms
10H Vocab
Prudence
Constrain
Candid
Magnanimity
Sound judgment
Forces
Unbiased, fair, frank
Nobility of spirit
Prudence
Sound judgment
Constrain
Forces
20 terms
10H Vocab
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Aura
(adj) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v) to increase in greatness, power, or wealthy; to build p o…
(adj) shapeless, without definite form; of no particular type…
(n) that which surrounds (as an atmosphere); a distinctive ai…
Affable
(adj) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
Aggrandize
(v) to increase in greatness, power, or wealthy; to build p o…
Geometry 10H
Point
Space
Line
Colinear Points
A single spot.
A set of all points.
A bunch of points grouped together.
Points that lie on a single line.
Point
A single spot.
Space
A set of all points.
50 terms
Vocab 10H
demeanor
lithe
impasse
conciliate
a person's manner towards others
graceful;supple;readily bent
a) a road or passage without an exit... b) a difficult situation…
to ease the anger or agitation of;pacify
demeanor
a person's manner towards others
lithe
graceful;supple;readily bent
25 terms
English 10H
con
counter
cred
dict
with or together
against
believe
to speak
con
with or together
counter
against
Vocab 10H
acrimonious
affable
caprice
contentious
angry and bitter
good-natured
unaccountable change of mood or behavior
heated argument
acrimonious
angry and bitter
affable
good-natured
38 terms
Vocab 10H
atrevido(a)
comprensivo(a)
considerado(a)
desagradable
daring
understanding
considerate
unpleasant
atrevido(a)
daring
comprensivo(a)
understanding
Vocab 10H
El Bosque
La Colina
El Desierto
La Luna
Forest
Hill
Desert
Moon
El Bosque
Forest
La Colina
Hill
20 terms
Vocab 10H
Affluent
Apprehensive
Apprentice
Aptitude
Adj. to have a great deal of money
Adj. Anxious or fear something bad is going to happen
Noun. A person who works for another in order to learn a trade
Noun. Natural ability to do something.
Affluent
Adj. to have a great deal of money
Apprehensive
Adj. Anxious or fear something bad is going to happen
32 terms
10H vocab
Ambi
Amphi
E-
Ecto
Both
Both around
Out of, from
On the outside
Ambi
Both
Amphi
Both around
35 terms
10H english_winzenread
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
v. to tell, to reveal (a secret)... ant: conceal
v. to assist in wrong doing... ant: impede, dissuade
adj. arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs... syn: dictatori…
adj. lifeless, dull... ant: challenging
Divulge
v. to tell, to reveal (a secret)... ant: conceal
Abet
v. to assist in wrong doing... ant: impede, dissuade
26 terms
Vocab 10H
Fallacious
Fastidious
Fervor
Fickle
False; misleading
Difficult to please
Strong passion
Lacking loyalty; unpredictably changeable; erratic
Fallacious
False; misleading
Fastidious
Difficult to please
59 terms
10H vocab
Abstruse
Acerbic
Acumen
Anomaly
Difficult to understand
Bitter, severe, like acid
Good judgment; mental sharpness
An irregularity or oddness
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
Acerbic
Bitter, severe, like acid
10H vocab
affliction
alliteration
caesura
gorge
something that causes pain or suffering
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
a break between words within a metrical foot; a built- in pau…
to eat a large amount greedily; to fill oneself with food
affliction
something that causes pain or suffering
alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
200 terms
Vocabulary 10H
Analogy (noun)
Squander (verb)
Relinquish (verb)
Zenith (noun)
A comparison between two things in order to clarify or dramat…
To spend or use waste fully or thoughtlessly
To surrender (something) ; To give (something) up
The highest point or condition ; Peak
Analogy (noun)
A comparison between two things in order to clarify or dramat…
Squander (verb)
To spend or use waste fully or thoughtlessly
20 terms
vocab 10h
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment; persp…
to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use of a j…
a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs, or pe…
of doubtful or questionable authenticity; fictitious, mythica…
acumen
keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment; persp…
adjudicate
to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use of a j…
40 terms
10H Vocab
abhor
abrasive
abstain
bigot
regard with disgust and hatred
tending to annoy or cause ill will
restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something, formally d…
a person who is intolerant toward those holding different opi…
abhor
regard with disgust and hatred
abrasive
tending to annoy or cause ill will
22 terms
10H Vocab
adroit
bombast
boor
carrion
clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
high sounded language with little meaning used to impress peo…
an unrefined, ill-mannered person
the decaying flesh of dead animals
adroit
clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
bombast
high sounded language with little meaning used to impress peo…
10 terms
Vocab 10H
Clairvoyant
Surreptitious
Convalesce
Phylactery
Psychic; having a power beyond the range of natural vision (a…
Acting in a stealthy way; made by stealth (adjective)
To recover in health (verb)
A jewish text written in 2 cubes and is strapped to a man dur…
Clairvoyant
Psychic; having a power beyond the range of natural vision (a…
Surreptitious
Acting in a stealthy way; made by stealth (adjective)
15 terms
10H Vocabulary Week 13
sociology
hamper
secede
shun
the study of society and culture
hinder to make difficult
to withdraw
to avoid
sociology
the study of society and culture
hamper
hinder to make difficult
24 terms
10h terms
climax
conflict
symbol
allusion
the decisive moment in a novel or play
opposition in a work of drama or fiction between characters o…
something that stands for something else
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
climax
the decisive moment in a novel or play
conflict
opposition in a work of drama or fiction between characters o…
15 terms
10H Vocabulary Week 14
indigenous
polemic
staid
lurid
originating in and characteristic of a particular region or c…
a controversial argument, as one against some opinion, doctri…
fixed; settled; permanent
gruesome; horrible; revolting
indigenous
originating in and characteristic of a particular region or c…
polemic
a controversial argument, as one against some opinion, doctri…
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