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Literature 8 - Lesson #11
firmament
flail
fluent
forgo
the expense of the heavens; the sky
manual tool for threshing grain; to beat or strike at something
having facility in the use of a language; flowing smoothly; e…
to refrain or abstain from; to go without
firmament
the expense of the heavens; the sky
flail
manual tool for threshing grain; to beat or strike at something
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Junior Literature Lesson 12 11 LA
Badinage
Bilious
Blandishment
Debauchery
Playful, teasing talk
Bad Tempered; cross
Flattery
Corruption; Self-indulgence
Badinage
Playful, teasing talk
Bilious
Bad Tempered; cross
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Holt Literature Lessons 11 and 12
analyze
biography
career
debate
to examine in detail, to study the nature of something (v)
the story of a person's life (n)
the work one does all one's life, a job, rapid progress (n),…
to argue, to take part in a formal discussion (v), the discus…
analyze
to examine in detail, to study the nature of something (v)
biography
the story of a person's life (n)
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Literature Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
(grammar) Describing an action carried from subject to verb t…
Lasting for only a short while.
Permitting light to pass through, but not transparent.
transgress
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
transitive
(grammar) Describing an action carried from subject to verb t…
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Lesson 11 literature
Jabberwocky
lilliputain
quixotic
narcissus
speech that makes no sense
very tiny
romantic and impractical
flower that grows from a blulb
Jabberwocky
speech that makes no sense
lilliputain
very tiny
American literature lesson 11
Cessation
Delineate
Desiccated
Elixir
A stopping; a discountinuance
To describe, to depict
Dried up
An unposed remedy for all ailments
Cessation
A stopping; a discountinuance
Delineate
To describe, to depict
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Literature words lesson 11
athlete
competitor
championship
professional
a person who is trained in or is good at physical exercises g…
a person or group that competes with another or others oppone…
a contest to determine the winner of a game or contest, accep…
making money for doing something that other people do for ple…
athlete
a person who is trained in or is good at physical exercises g…
competitor
a person or group that competes with another or others oppone…
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Literature Lesson 11
Commander
Management
Maneuver
Manicure
A person who is in charge, a leader
The act of directing and controlling. 2. The people on charge…
To move or manage cleverly or skillfully n. A plan, scheme, o…
To trim and clip carefully, particularly the fingernails.
Commander
A person who is in charge, a leader
Management
The act of directing and controlling. 2. The people on charge…
Literature Lesson 11 Vocab
trans
transgress
transitive
transitory
across
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
lasting for only a short while
trans
across
transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
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Literature Exam Lessons 11 & 12
ad hoc
admonish
admonish
assimilate
for specific purpose or situation
to scold gently but firmly
to caution, to warn
to take in and make part of the body; to digest
ad hoc
for specific purpose or situation
admonish
to scold gently but firmly
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Survey of Literature: Lesson 11
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous (syn: offensive, shameless, br…
n. aristocrat (syn: noble/ant: commoner)
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others (syn: am…
adj. having a similar origin, nature, or character (syn: homo…
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous (syn: offensive, shameless, br…
patrician
n. aristocrat (syn: noble/ant: commoner)
AP Literature, Lesson 11
cacophony (n)
confrere (n)
convoke (v)
filial (adj)
harsh or jarring sound
comrade; colleague
to summon or call together for a meeting
of, relating to, or befitting a son or daughter
cacophony (n)
harsh or jarring sound
confrere (n)
comrade; colleague
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American Literature- Lessons 11 & 12
abound
amplitude
augment
brevity
To be great in number or amount. To be fully supplied or fill…
Greatness of size; magnitude. Fullness. Breadth or range, as…
To make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity; increase.
Briefness of duration. Concise expression; terseness.
abound
To be great in number or amount. To be fully supplied or fill…
amplitude
Greatness of size; magnitude. Fullness. Breadth or range, as…
AP Literature Vocabulary Lesson #11
a-... an-
amphi-
ant-... anti-
cor-
not, without... Examples - atheist, atypical, apart, anemic, ane…
two, both... Examples - amphibian, amphitheater, amphora, amphic…
against, opposite... Examples - anti-abortion, antifreeze, antis…
with, together... Examples - corroborate, correspond, correlate,…
a-... an-
not, without... Examples - atheist, atypical, apart, anemic, ane…
amphi-
two, both... Examples - amphibian, amphitheater, amphora, amphic…
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Literature Exam Lessons 11 and 12
Transgress
Transitive
Transitory
Translucent
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object
Lasting for only a short while
Permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
Transgress
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Transitive
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object
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Lesson 11 - Words from literature
Jabberwocky
Lolliputian
Quizotic
Narcissus
Writing or speech that makes no sense.
Something very tiny.
Someone who is romantic and impractical.
Flower that grows from a bulb
Jabberwocky
Writing or speech that makes no sense.
Lolliputian
Something very tiny.
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Lesson 11 - Words from Literature
jabberwocky
lilliputian
quixotic
narcissus
writing or speech that makes no sense
something very tiny
someone who is romantic and impractical
a flower that grows from a bulb
jabberwocky
writing or speech that makes no sense
lilliputian
something very tiny
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AM. Literature Vocab Lesson 11
Eccentric
Copious
Diverse
Benevolent
Not conventional; a little kooky; irregular
Extensive
Varied
Kind; good-hearted; generous
Eccentric
Not conventional; a little kooky; irregular
Copious
Extensive
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lesson 11 words from literature
writing or speech that makes no sense
very tiny
person who is romantic and impractical
flower that grows from a bulb
jabberwocky
Lilliputian
quixotic
narcissus
writing or speech that makes no sense
jabberwocky
very tiny
Lilliputian
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AP Literature Vocab Lesson 11
Abscess
Aphasia
Arteriosclerosis
Benign
swollen, inflamed area of body tissues
loss of power to use or understand words
a thickening and hardening of the walls of the arteries, as i…
beneficial; not malignant
Abscess
swollen, inflamed area of body tissues
Aphasia
loss of power to use or understand words
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AP Literature vocab lesson 11
dogmatic
dormant
duplicity
ebb
positive and emphatic in asserting opinions
lying asleep; in a state of rest
deceitfulness
to decline
dogmatic
positive and emphatic in asserting opinions
dormant
lying asleep; in a state of rest
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12th literature vocab lesson 11
Imbroglio
Secretarian
Peregrimnation
Accoutrement
an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation…
denoting or concerning a sect or sects.... "ethnic and sectarian…
Travel by walking
And accessory item of a dress or equipment
Imbroglio
an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation…
Secretarian
denoting or concerning a sect or sects.... "ethnic and sectarian…
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Words From Literature- Lesson 11
jabberwocky
lilliputian
quixotic
narcissus
writing the makes no sence
very tiny
romantic and impractical
a flower that grows from a bulb
jabberwocky
writing the makes no sence
lilliputian
very tiny
Lesson 11: Words From Literature
jabberwocky
lilliputian
quixotic
narcissus
Writing or speech that makes no sense
very tiny, very small
Someone who is romantic and impractical
flower that grows from a bulb
jabberwocky
Writing or speech that makes no sense
lilliputian
very tiny, very small
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Literature: Vocab Lesson 11 and 12
Generic
Engender
Degenerate
Regenerate
pertaining to a race or kind
to produce, cause, beget
to decline from a higher or normal form
to form or produce again
Generic
pertaining to a race or kind
Engender
to produce, cause, beget
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Literature Worldly Wise lesson 11
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
1 To go or cause to go faster... 2 To bring about at an earlier…
Height above sea level or the earth's surface
1 Worried; concerned... 2 Eager; wishing strongly ... anxiety- Grea…
1 To make stronger by giving support to... 2 To make ready for a…
accelerate
1 To go or cause to go faster... 2 To bring about at an earlier…
altitude
Height above sea level or the earth's surface
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LITerature Vocab lesson 11-13
Agitation
Blurt
Chronological
Countenance
Noun: A violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excite…
Verb: to say suddenly or without thinking
Adjective: arranged in order of time of occurrence
Noun: a face, facial expression; Verb: to tolerate or approve
Agitation
Noun: A violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excite…
Blurt
Verb: to say suddenly or without thinking
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American Literature- Vocab Lesson 11
beseech
cajole
elicit
enjoin
to request earnestly
to urge with gentle appeal
to bring out or call forth
to direct or order with authority
beseech
to request earnestly
cajole
to urge with gentle appeal
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary Lessons 11-15
frustrate
furtive
gadfly
galvanize
(verb)... to disappoint; thwart, baffle
(adjective)... done in a stealthy or secretive manner
(noun)... a person who annoys others
(verb)... to startle into sudden activity
frustrate
(verb)... to disappoint; thwart, baffle
furtive
(adjective)... done in a stealthy or secretive manner
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English Vocabulary Lessons 11-20 and Literature Vocabulary
bland
contemptible
obtuse
ideally
soothing, mild, dull
despicable, hateful, low
not sharp edged or pointed; blunt; dull, slow to understand
perfectly; in theory
bland
soothing, mild, dull
contemptible
despicable, hateful, low
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AP Literature Vocab (lessons 11-14)
Abet
Agile
Antidote
Ascertain
To encourge or assist
Move with grace, supple
Something that relieves the effects of posion
To determine
Abet
To encourge or assist
Agile
Move with grace, supple
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English 11 AP Language/Literature Lesson 5
Deride
Desiccated
Despicable
Desultory
To ridicule, to mock
Dried up
Contemptible, hateful
Wandering from subject to subject
Deride
To ridicule, to mock
Desiccated
Dried up
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English 11 AP Language/Literature Lesson 4
Celibate
Censure
Cessation
Chaff
Unmarried
To criticize sharply
A stopping ; a discontinuance
Worthless matter
Celibate
Unmarried
Censure
To criticize sharply
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English 11 AP Literature/Language Lesson 2
Anyipathy
Antihesis
Banal
Baroque
An inntense dislike
An wxact opposite ; an opposte extreme
Common, ordinary
Overly decorated
Anyipathy
An inntense dislike
Antihesis
An wxact opposite ; an opposte extreme
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Holt Literature Vocabulary Summative 3 (Lessons 11-15)
abundant
analyze
architect
barrier
plentiful, more than enough (adj)
to examine in detail, to study the nature of something (v)
a person who designs plans for the construction of buildings…
something that prevents passage, a blockade, anything that se…
abundant
plentiful, more than enough (adj)
analyze
to examine in detail, to study the nature of something (v)
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British Literature Final Vocabulary Lessons 8-11
Deride
Censure
Gambol
Immolate
Verb. To ridicule; to mock
Verb. To criticize sharply
Verb. To frolic; to romp about plaufully
Verb. To kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
Deride
Verb. To ridicule; to mock
Censure
Verb. To criticize sharply
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary Lessons 11-15
frustrate
furtive
gadfly
galvanize
(verb)... to disappoint; thwart, baffle
(adjective)... done in a stealthy or secretive manner
(noun)... a person who annoys others
(verb)... to startle into sudden activity
frustrate
(verb)... to disappoint; thwart, baffle
furtive
(adjective)... done in a stealthy or secretive manner
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English 11 AP Literature/Language Lesson 1
Adroit
Adulterate
Adventitious
Aegis
Skillful, clever
To make impure, to contaminate
Accidental ; nonessential
A shield ; protection ; sponsorship
Adroit
Skillful, clever
Adulterate
To make impure, to contaminate
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World Literature Vocab Lesson 11-12
Aristocracy
autocracy
polymorphic
polyphony
privilege class holding titles and nobility
political system governed by ingle individual
having several distinct form
music arranged in parts for several different voices and inst…
Aristocracy
privilege class holding titles and nobility
autocracy
political system governed by ingle individual
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AP Literature & Composition Lesson 11 Vocabulary
anarchy
cajole
commodious
ethnology
(noun) political and social disorder due to the absence of go…
(verb) to persuade by flattery or promises
(adjective) spacious and convenient; roomy
(noun) a branch of anthropology that analyzes cultures, espec…
anarchy
(noun) political and social disorder due to the absence of go…
cajole
(verb) to persuade by flattery or promises
Honors World Literature Vocabulary Lesson 11
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Enthusiastic, extremely interested
An irritating and persistent person
Absence of vanity
Epistle
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
Enthusiastic, extremely interested
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IB English Literature Vocabulary Lesson 11
Amenity
Averse
Complacent
Decompose
(n) A feature that contributes to physical comfort
(adj) Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
(adj) Unconcerned
(v) To decay or to break down into basic elements
Amenity
(n) A feature that contributes to physical comfort
Averse
(adj) Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
English literature lesson 11 e-d
elexir
desiccated
juxtapose
kinetic
Elexir
getrocknet
nebeneinander
Adj. stossen
elexir
Elexir
desiccated
getrocknet
English literature lesson 11 syn. & ant.
elexir
cessation
cessation (A)
juxtapose
Syn: medicine; panacea
Syn: ceasing; end
Ant: beginning; commencemet
Syn: measure; examine
elexir
Syn: medicine; panacea
cessation
Syn: ceasing; end
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World Literature Vocabulary Unit III Lesson 11
Megalopolis
Uncivil
Citadel
Polity
A very large city
Rude; offensive
Fortress
Constitution, form of government
Megalopolis
A very large city
Uncivil
Rude; offensive
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Honors World Literature: Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating or persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
Epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Lesson 11 and 13 vocab words literature
commander
management
maneuver
manicure
a person who is in charge, a leader.
The act of directing and controlling
to move or manage cleverly or skillfully
to trim and clip carefully particularly the fingernails
commander
a person who is in charge, a leader.
management
The act of directing and controlling
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Literature 11
Trope
Synecdoche
Metonymy
Metaphor
A figurative or metaphorical use of word or expression.
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
The substitution of the name of an attribute or adjunct for t…
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
Trope
A figurative or metaphorical use of word or expression.
Synecdoche
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
English literature Lesson 11 e-e
elexir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
N. a supposed remedy for all ailments
Adj. dried up
N. a stopping; a discontinuance
V. to place side-by-side for comparison
elexir
N. a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
Adj. dried up
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