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Raisin in the sun Vocabulary - March 11th
Carriage
Dusky
Graft
Neurotic
The manner in which one's body is held; posture
Dark colored
Gaining profit through buying influence
A person suffering from an emotional disorder
Carriage
The manner in which one's body is held; posture
Dusky
Dark colored
15 terms
English Raisin
Beseech
Coquette
Dogged
Dumbfound
To ask earnestly for
A woman without sincere affection tries to gain the attention…
Marked by stubborn determination
To cause to become speechless with astonishment amazed.
Beseech
To ask earnestly for
Coquette
A woman without sincere affection tries to gain the attention…
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ENGLISH RAISIN
undistinguished
exasperated
viciously
vindicated
common; nothing special
Frustrated; annoyed
deliberately cruel or violent
Freed from blame
undistinguished
common; nothing special
exasperated
Frustrated; annoyed
15 terms
English raisin
Defer
Stupor
Erratic
Indictment
Postpone
A state in which the mind and senses are dulled
Having no fixed course
Blaming
Defer
Postpone
Stupor
A state in which the mind and senses are dulled
20 terms
English Raisin
Abruptly
Apologetically
Chauffeur
Consciousness
Quickly and without warning
...
A man paid to drive a privately owned car
Aware of yourself or ur situation, having knowledge
Abruptly
Quickly and without warning
Apologetically
...
25 terms
11th Grade English Vocabulary
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
adj. skillful; clever
adj. visible to the naked eye
adj. foolish; inane
adj. pretaining to cows or cattle
adroit
adj. skillful; clever
macroscopic
adj. visible to the naked eye
19 terms
11th Grade English Final
bollards
humidor
swag
tinned
thick posts on a ship or dock used to tie boats
a humid place or container for storing cigars, tobacco, etc
to walk proudly, swinging your shoulders in a way that shows…
cover with a thin layer of tin
bollards
thick posts on a ship or dock used to tie boats
humidor
a humid place or container for storing cigars, tobacco, etc
21 terms
11th English
Satire
Sarcasm
Sardonic
Parody
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose…
the use of irony to mock or convey contempt
grimly mocking or cynical
an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
Satire
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose…
Sarcasm
the use of irony to mock or convey contempt
9 terms
English 11th
Writhe
Auspiciously
Fulsome
Undulated
To twist or squirm in pain
Showing the likelihood of success in the future
Excessively flattering to the point of being offensive
To move with a wave like motion
Writhe
To twist or squirm in pain
Auspiciously
Showing the likelihood of success in the future
45 terms
11th English
-ize, -ise, yze​
ject, jac​
lateral​
-less​
​cause to be, (indicates a verb)
throw
​side
without
-ize, -ise, yze​
​cause to be, (indicates a verb)
ject, jac​
throw
11th Grade English Vocabulary
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
adj. skillful; clever
adj. visible to the naked eye
adj. foolish; inane
adj. pretaining to cows or cattle
adroit
adj. skillful; clever
macroscopic
adj. visible to the naked eye
10 terms
ENGLISH 11th
Arable
Askew
Gird
Gradation
Another basic problem was the &50-acre site chosen for the pa…
The planners also had to make shee that the areas of the park…
Miles of paths girded that various areas of the lark so thag…
In the construction progressed slowlg ans leklle came to watc…
Arable
Another basic problem was the &50-acre site chosen for the pa…
Askew
The planners also had to make shee that the areas of the park…
37 terms
English 11th
Indigenous
How many native American cultures
What is popular bond between 300 diffe…
What Native culture did not exist
Originated in a region
300 and 200 different languages
Storytelling
Written language
Indigenous
Originated in a region
How many native American cultures
300 and 200 different languages
10 terms
11th english
Whet
Discern
Appease
Abhor
Sharpened
To perceive or recognize something
To bring peace, quiet, or calm to; to soothe
To regard with disgust
Whet
Sharpened
Discern
To perceive or recognize something
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11th english
abstract
accompanying
adapt
address
not representing of imitating external reality
following as a consequesce
make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
direct one's effort towards something, such as a question
abstract
not representing of imitating external reality
accompanying
following as a consequesce
20 terms
11th English
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Archetype
Courteous and pleasant
To increase in greatness
Shapeless
An original model on which something was pattern or replicated
Affable
Courteous and pleasant
Aggrandize
To increase in greatness
56 terms
English 11th
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
Aphorism
Reference to another work
Similarity/comparison between two things, a relationship. Use…
A story
Concise pithy statement of an opinion or general truth.
Allusion
Reference to another work
Analogy
Similarity/comparison between two things, a relationship. Use…
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11th grade English vocab
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
whirlpool; turbulence; agitated state…
a correction
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
impotent
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
antithesis
10 terms
11th English Lesson 4
actuate
alleviate
beset
dire
To put into action.
To make more bearable; reliever; lesson.
To attack from all sides. To trouble constantly; harass.
Dreadful, horrible. Urgent; desperate.
actuate
To put into action.
alleviate
To make more bearable; reliever; lesson.
10 terms
11th English Lesson 7
anatomically
apparent
conifer
flawed
With reference to the bodily structure of a plant or an anima…
Easily understood; evident; obvious. Readily seen; visible.
A cone-bearing tree or shrub, chiefly evergreen.
Defective; not valid.
anatomically
With reference to the bodily structure of a plant or an anima…
apparent
Easily understood; evident; obvious. Readily seen; visible.
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11th English Lesson 10
collaboration
distill
evanescent
gravitate
Working together especially in an intellectual effort. Cooper…
To extract the essential elements of. To separate by heating…
Vanishing or likely to vanish like a vapor.
To move by the force of gravity. To be attracted by a strong…
collaboration
Working together especially in an intellectual effort. Cooper…
distill
To extract the essential elements of. To separate by heating…
25 terms
AHS 11th Grade English Vocab
wistful
pallor
superfluous
perplex
characterized by melancholy or sadness; longing, yearning
unusual or extreme paleness, as from fear, ill health, or death
more than is sufficient or required; excessive
to confuse mentally
wistful
characterized by melancholy or sadness; longing, yearning
pallor
unusual or extreme paleness, as from fear, ill health, or death
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11th English Lesson 6
accede
concession
defray
fractious
To give one's consent; agree
A giving in; yielding. An acknowledgment or admission.
To pay for (the costs or expenses).
Inclined to make trouble. Irritable, cranky.
accede
To give one's consent; agree
concession
A giving in; yielding. An acknowledgment or admission.
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11th English Lesson 9
anticipatory
captious
captivating
emancipate
Characterized by advance thought or action
Able to contain a great quantity; roomy or spacious.
Present participle of captivate. Attracting and holding by ch…
To liberate from control; free
anticipatory
Characterized by advance thought or action
captious
Able to contain a great quantity; roomy or spacious.
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11th English Lesson 13
autocrat
brook
elixir
entourage
A ruler or any person with unlimited power or authority.
To put up with; tolerate.
A remedy believed t cure all ailments. Substance believed to…
A group of associates or attendants.
autocrat
A ruler or any person with unlimited power or authority.
brook
To put up with; tolerate.
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11th English Lesson 14
aphorism
contemplative
dogma
empirical
A short, concise statement of a general truth or opinion.
Characterized by thoughtful observation and meditation.
Official doctrine of a church. Any principle or doctrine.
Relying or based on observation and experiments. Relying on p…
aphorism
A short, concise statement of a general truth or opinion.
contemplative
Characterized by thoughtful observation and meditation.
10 terms
11th English Lesson 8
boorish
brusque
felicitous
impetuous
Rude or bad mannered.
Abrupt or rude in manner or speech; blunt.
Suitable; appropriate. Showing an agreeably appropriate manne…
Acting impulsively with little thought; rash. Impulsive and p…
boorish
Rude or bad mannered.
brusque
Abrupt or rude in manner or speech; blunt.
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11th English Lesson 15
anthropoid
anthropomorphism
apotheosis
atheism
Resembling a human being. Any of the most highly developed ap…
The attributing of human characteristics to inanimate objects…
Raising a person to the rank of a god. A perfect exmple; glor…
The belief that there is no God or gods.
anthropoid
Resembling a human being. Any of the most highly developed ap…
anthropomorphism
The attributing of human characteristics to inanimate objects…
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11th English Lesson 12
abyss
adamant
amoral
anemia
An immeasurably deep or seemingly bottomless gulf or pit. Any…
Stubbornly unyielding; inflexible.
Neither moral nor immoral. Lacking moral
A condition in which there is a reduction in red blood cells,…
abyss
An immeasurably deep or seemingly bottomless gulf or pit. Any…
adamant
Stubbornly unyielding; inflexible.
10 terms
11th English Lesson 11
chimerical
clandestine
collusion
delusive
Fantastically improbable. Having a tendency for unrealistic f…
Kept or done in secret, often to hide an improper purpose.
A secret agreement or cooperation between two or more people…
Misleading; deceptive. False.
chimerical
Fantastically improbable. Having a tendency for unrealistic f…
clandestine
Kept or done in secret, often to hide an improper purpose.
10 terms
11th English Lesson 5
appellation
bowdlerize
cognate
doggerel
A descriptive name, title, or designation.
To edit or modify by taking out obscene or objectionable pass…
Related by having the same origin, as certain words. A word r…
Poetry with little artistic worth that is often humorous, cru…
appellation
A descriptive name, title, or designation.
bowdlerize
To edit or modify by taking out obscene or objectionable pass…
14 terms
11th Grade English Vocabulary
Inference/infer
invective
irony/ironic
juxtaposition
draw a reasonable conclusion from information stated (if it i…
an emotional violent verbal denunciation or attach using stro…
contrast between what is stated explicitly and what is really…
when two words phrases, images, ideas are placed close togeth…
Inference/infer
draw a reasonable conclusion from information stated (if it i…
invective
an emotional violent verbal denunciation or attach using stro…
49 terms
Raisin in the Sun: English I
first person point of view
allusion
antagonist
conflict
a character in the story is actually telling the story himsel…
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
A character or force in conflict with the main character
A struggle between opposing forces
first person point of view
a character in the story is actually telling the story himsel…
allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
10 terms
English vocab raisin
Anguish
Conspicuous
Grudgingly
Ledger
Serve mental or physical pain or suffering (NOUN)
standing out so as to be clearly visible (ADJ)
Showing reluctance or unwillingness.
a book or other collection of financial accounts of a particu…
Anguish
Serve mental or physical pain or suffering (NOUN)
Conspicuous
standing out so as to be clearly visible (ADJ)
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English - Raisin Vocab 1
Assimilationism
Insinuatingly
Proposition
Tyrant
belief that minority cultures should dissolve into a dominant…
with more meaning than the spoke word; implying
suggested plan
rules in power of a harsh, cruel manner
Assimilationism
belief that minority cultures should dissolve into a dominant…
Insinuatingly
with more meaning than the spoke word; implying
24 terms
English Raisin Vocab
Raucous
Graft
Doggedly
Ledger
(adj.) disagreeably harsh-sounding; disorderly
(noun) the acquisition of money, gain, or advantage by dishon…
(adv) stubbornly
(noun) a book for keeping financial records
Raucous
(adj.) disagreeably harsh-sounding; disorderly
Graft
(noun) the acquisition of money, gain, or advantage by dishon…
40 terms
English vocabulary Raisin in the Sun
Indictment
Affect
Conspicuous
Vindicate
1. Charging a person with an offense 2. An expression of stro…
1. To act on; produce and effect or change in 2. To impress t…
Obvious, celebrated, important
To clear, as from an accusation, suspicion, or the like
Indictment
1. Charging a person with an offense 2. An expression of stro…
Affect
1. To act on; produce and effect or change in 2. To impress t…
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english raisin in the sun
heathenism
forlornly
dejection
suppress
barbaric
sad and lonely because of isolation or desertion
defeat or depression
to keep secret; to hold back
heathenism
barbaric
forlornly
sad and lonely because of isolation or desertion
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English vocab raisin in the sun
Deferred
Assimilate
Futile
Graft
Delayed
Adapt
Ineffective
The acquisition of money in an illegal way
Deferred
Delayed
Assimilate
Adapt
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English: Raisin in the sun VOCAB
accommodate
Dusky
Erratic
Theme
provide lodging or sufficient space for; adapt or fit in with
darkish in color, not clear
not even or regular in pattern or movement
in literature a central idea or the author's message
accommodate
provide lodging or sufficient space for; adapt or fit in with
Dusky
darkish in color, not clear
English Raisin Vocab
Beseech
Coquette
Dogged
Dumbfound
V. To ask earnestly for
N. A woman who without sincere affection tries to gain the at…
Adj. Marked by stubborn determination
V. To cause to become speechless with astonishment; amazed
Beseech
V. To ask earnestly for
Coquette
N. A woman who without sincere affection tries to gain the at…
English Raisin Vocab
Disheveled
Fester
Erratic
Indictment
Untidy or unkempt
To form pus
Uneven pattern or movement
A formal accusation
Disheveled
Untidy or unkempt
Fester
To form pus
12 terms
english vocal: raisin in the sun
bastion
indignant
heathen
forlorn
an intuition, place, or person strongly defending or upholdin…
feeling/showing anger or annoyance at what is recognized as u…
one who is irreligious, uncultured, or uncivilized
pitifully sad or lonely
bastion
an intuition, place, or person strongly defending or upholdin…
indignant
feeling/showing anger or annoyance at what is recognized as u…
27 terms
English: A Raisin in the Sun
Joseph Asagai (symbol)
Plant (symbol)
Karl Linder (symbol)
New house (symbol)
Nigerian/African culture: represents everything Beneatha want…
Represents mama & hope
Represents discrimination/prejudice
Represents freedom
Joseph Asagai (symbol)
Nigerian/African culture: represents everything Beneatha want…
Plant (symbol)
Represents mama & hope
37 terms
A Raisin in the Sun English
Mama
Ruth
Walter
Beneatha
Head of the family- had to decide where her husbands money wi…
Walter's wife
Mama's son- wants to open a liquor store with his father's mo…
Mama's daughter- Wants to become a doctor
Mama
Head of the family- had to decide where her husbands money wi…
Ruth
Walter's wife
36 terms
English Raisin Vocab
Undistinguished (adj)
Pretense (n)
Exasperated (adj)
Viciously (adv)
Common, nothing special
Pretending or feigning; make-believe;a false show of something
Irritated;provoked;irked
With violence or fury
Undistinguished (adj)
Common, nothing special
Pretense (n)
Pretending or feigning; make-believe;a false show of something
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english raisin vocab
pretense
vindicated
vengeance
furtively
pretending, make believe
cleared of accusation
revenge
stealthily
pretense
pretending, make believe
vindicated
cleared of accusation
English Raisin Vocab
Deferred
Fester
Juxtaposition
Erratic
"Dream --", postponed, put off
"-- like a sore," become infected, inflamed
The fact of two things being placed next to each other
Unpredictable, uneven
Deferred
"Dream --", postponed, put off
Fester
"-- like a sore," become infected, inflamed
15 terms
English Vocab Raisin
Beseech (verb)
Dumbfound (verb)
Coquette (noun)
Insinuate (verb)
To ask earnestly for
To cause to become speechless with astonishment; amazed
A woman who without sincere affection tries to gain love and…
To suggest in an indirect way, to imply
Beseech (verb)
To ask earnestly for
Dumbfound (verb)
To cause to become speechless with astonishment; amazed
15 terms
English raisin vocab
Beseech
Coquette
Dogged
Dumbfound
To plead, verb
A flirt, noun
Stubborn, adjective
To be left speechless, verb
Beseech
To plead, verb
Coquette
A flirt, noun
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