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20 terms
English 2 - Set 2
admonish
amateur
amiable
anthropology
to warn of a fault; to gently but seriously reprimand
admirer; one who engages in a pursuit as a pastime rather tha…
generally agreeable; being friendly
the study of human beings and their ancestors
admonish
to warn of a fault; to gently but seriously reprimand
amateur
admirer; one who engages in a pursuit as a pastime rather tha…
20 terms
English 2, set 5
allay
abyss
absorbent
anonymous
to calm or to quiet
bottomless; deep chasm; unmeasurable depth
capable of taking in moisture
with no name
allay
to calm or to quiet
abyss
bottomless; deep chasm; unmeasurable depth
10 terms
English 2, Set 1
acquittal
fortitude
condescend
evolve
A judgement that a person is not guilty; released.
strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or adversity…
Lower oneself to a level considered beneath one's dignity
To develop gradually
acquittal
A judgement that a person is not guilty; released.
fortitude
strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or adversity…
10 terms
Set 2 English 11
rhetorical
matriarchal
formidable
chronic
for the sake of style; to produce an effect
like an authoritative female
of great strength
on a continuing basis
rhetorical
for the sake of style; to produce an effect
matriarchal
like an authoritative female
10 terms
English Vocabulary - Set 2
express
purpose
article
editorial
to make known one's thoughts or feelings
one's reason for writing.
discusses current or recent news of either general interest o…
an article giving opinions or perspectives
express
to make known one's thoughts or feelings
purpose
one's reason for writing.
11 terms
English 2 Final Exam Study Set 2
allusion
refrain
irony
verbal irony
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A line or set of lines repeated several times over the course…
A contrast or discrepancy between expectation and reality; 3…
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
refrain
A line or set of lines repeated several times over the course…
10 terms
English 2--Set 6
atrocious
compassion
composure
deteriorate
exceptionally bad or displeasing
(n.) sympathy for another's suffering; pity
Keeping control over one's expressions and actions
(v.) to lower in quality or value; to wear away
atrocious
exceptionally bad or displeasing
compassion
(n.) sympathy for another's suffering; pity
40 terms
English vocab set 2
Adjourn
Alien
Comely
Compensate
V. To stop proceeding a temporarily ... Synonym: postpone... Antony…
N. Citizen of another country, adj. foreign/ strange... Synonym:…
Adj. having a pleasing appearance ... Synonym: attractive... Antony…
V. To repay for services... Synonym: pay- back... Antonym: stiff/ f…
Adjourn
V. To stop proceeding a temporarily ... Synonym: postpone... Antony…
Alien
N. Citizen of another country, adj. foreign/ strange... Synonym:…
30 terms
English 2 vocab Set 2
abound
brigand
distract
harbinger
v. exist in large numbers or amounts; be plentiful; be numero…
n. a member of a gang that ambushes and robs people in forest…
v. prevent (someone) from giving full attention to something;…
n. person or thing that announces or signals the approach of…
abound
v. exist in large numbers or amounts; be plentiful; be numero…
brigand
n. a member of a gang that ambushes and robs people in forest…
9 terms
English 2: Set 2
Levanter
Omens
Objective
Abashed
strong Easterly wind in the Mediterranian
anything perceived that is believed to be good/bad event in t…
not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prej…
ashamed or embarrased
Levanter
strong Easterly wind in the Mediterranian
Omens
anything perceived that is believed to be good/bad event in t…
14 terms
English 2: Roots Set 2
gyn/gyno
cor/cord
mania
homo (Greek)
woman
heart
madness
same
gyn/gyno
woman
cor/cord
heart
10 terms
English 2 Set 3
archaic
macabre
malevolence
forlorn
old-fashioned
dwelling on the gruesome
ill will, malice, hatred
lonely and sad; unhappy or miserable
archaic
old-fashioned
macabre
dwelling on the gruesome
10 terms
English 2, Set 11
synthetic
pensive
repentance
burdened
made by chemical synthesis to imitate a natural product
engaged in deep or serious thought
sincere regret or remorse
load heavily
synthetic
made by chemical synthesis to imitate a natural product
pensive
engaged in deep or serious thought
12 terms
english 2 set 2
enroach
archaic
vigerous
perpetuity
intrude on
very old
strong and healthy
a thing that lasts forever
enroach
intrude on
archaic
very old
20 terms
english 2 set 2
augment
austere
banel
complacent
bigger, (V)
forbidding (adj)
unoriginal (adj)
self-satisfied (adj)
augment
bigger, (V)
austere
forbidding (adj)
12 terms
English III Set #2
abject
sacrilege
propensity
projectile
(adj.) degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; compl…
(n.) improper or disrespectful treatment of something held sa…
(n.) a natural inclination toward
an object that is fired, thrown, or self-propelled
abject
(adj.) degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; compl…
sacrilege
(n.) improper or disrespectful treatment of something held sa…
30 terms
English 10 vocabulary set #2
Cohesive
collaborate
comply
concurrent
strongly bonded, working well together
work together on an activity
Go along with what someone asks of you
happening at the same time
Cohesive
strongly bonded, working well together
collaborate
work together on an activity
20 terms
Set #2 Caesars English
unabashed
unequivocal
unobtrusive
interstellar
not embarrassed or ashamed
absolute; certain... clear; obvious
not readily noticeable, inconspicuous
between or among stars
unabashed
not embarrassed or ashamed
unequivocal
absolute; certain... clear; obvious
23 terms
English 2 Set 5 - Literary Elements Quiz
Simile
Metaphor
Imagery
Personification
Time is like a river.
He's a rock.
The sky had gold and orange stripes below the clouds.
The winding is calling my name.
Simile
Time is like a river.
Metaphor
He's a rock.
english 2 set 5
gesticulate
perilous
inarticulate
tempestuous
to move in an expressive way
dangerous
not spoken clearly
violently emotional
gesticulate
to move in an expressive way
perilous
dangerous
15 terms
English set #2 Walli 2016
bustling
luxury
long for
enrolled
fast paced and busy
makes life more comfortable
to feel a strong wish
signed up
bustling
fast paced and busy
luxury
makes life more comfortable
English 2 set 9
severity
arraignment
shackles
prosecution
very serious
charges brought in front of a judge
metal bands to constrain hands and feet
side that argues against the defense
severity
very serious
arraignment
charges brought in front of a judge
8 terms
English set 2
genre
homophones
imagery
irony
genre
homophones
10 terms
Vocabulary Set #2 English II
analogy
antiquity
electorate
ethical
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
an artifact surviving from the past
a citizen who has a legal right to vote
the philosophical study of moral values and rules, conforming…
analogy
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
antiquity
an artifact surviving from the past
18 terms
ENGLISH II VOCABULARY SET-2
Persuasive writing
expository writing
Narrative writing
Descriptive writing
Writing that attempts to convince people to agree with a posi…
Writing that informs or explains.
Writing intended to tell a story.
Writing that creates a vivid picture for readers and makes th…
Persuasive writing
Writing that attempts to convince people to agree with a posi…
expository writing
Writing that informs or explains.
10 terms
Gruehn English 11 Vocab Set #2
Germane
Intransigent
Invidious
Largesse
(adj.) relevant, appropriate or fitting
(adj.) refusing to compromise
(adj.) offensive, hateful; tending to cause bitterness and re…
(n.) generosity in giving; lavish or bountiful contributions
Germane
(adj.) relevant, appropriate or fitting
Intransigent
(adj.) refusing to compromise
20 terms
English I Vocabulary: Set #2
tout
extol
quell
brawn
(v.) to publicly brag
(v.) to praise highly
(v.) to calm, pacify
(n.) muscular strength
tout
(v.) to publicly brag
extol
(v.) to praise highly
10 terms
English Vocab Set #2
Begrudged
Effusive
Wane
Goad
to envy or resent the pleasure or good fortune of (someone)…
pouring out; overflowing.... Synonym : demonstrative
to decrease in strength, intensity, etc.:... Synonym : decrease,…
something that encourages, urges, or drives; a stimulus.... Syno…
Begrudged
to envy or resent the pleasure or good fortune of (someone)…
Effusive
pouring out; overflowing.... Synonym : demonstrative
10 terms
English 2: Set 1
Contemplate
Sacristy
Proprietor
Zenith
to look at or view with continued attention: observe or study…
a room in a church where a priest prepares for a service, and…
Owner of a business
the highest point reached by a celestial or other object
Contemplate
to look at or view with continued attention: observe or study…
Sacristy
a room in a church where a priest prepares for a service, and…
10 terms
english 2 (set 2)
anathema
banter
castigate
docile
someone or something that is very strogly sisliked
playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks
reprimand someone severely
ready to accept control or instruction
anathema
someone or something that is very strogly sisliked
banter
playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks
11 terms
English 2 Final Exam study set 4
voice
literal meaning
protagonist
setting
The writer's distinctive use of language in a story, the choi…
dictionary meaning or exactly what the word says
Main character who is the focus of our attention. In a good s…
indication of where and when the action takes place
voice
The writer's distinctive use of language in a story, the choi…
literal meaning
dictionary meaning or exactly what the word says
10 terms
English 2--Set 10
encompass
implacable
incentive
militant
(v.) to encircle, go or reach around; to enclose; to include…
unable to be calmed down or made peaceful
(n.) a reason for doing something; something that stimulates…
(adj.) given to fighting; active and aggressive in support of…
encompass
(v.) to encircle, go or reach around; to enclose; to include…
implacable
unable to be calmed down or made peaceful
20 terms
English - Vocab Set 2
indifferent
diffident
obscure
objective
noun - lack of interest in or concern about something : an in…
adjective - hesitant in acting or speaking through lack of se…
adjective - 1. not well-known , not known to most people... 2. d…
adjective - 1. based on facts rather than feelings or opinion…
indifferent
noun - lack of interest in or concern about something : an in…
diffident
adjective - hesitant in acting or speaking through lack of se…
20 terms
English 2: Set 2
Abysmal
Antagonistic
Blasphemy
Connoisseur
(Adj) bottomless
(Adj) hostile
(N) cursing
(N) act as judge
Abysmal
(Adj) bottomless
Antagonistic
(Adj) hostile
10 terms
English 2 Final Exam Study Set 1
dramatic monolgue
soliloquy
free verse
genres
long speech by individual character that is spoke by one char…
long speech by individual character that is spoken by a chara…
a loose kind if rhythm that sounds more like natural speech t…
The category that a work of literature is classified under. 5…
dramatic monolgue
long speech by individual character that is spoke by one char…
soliloquy
long speech by individual character that is spoken by a chara…
27 terms
English 2 set 2
allegory
apostrophe
citation
colloquial
a story with more than one level of meaning
when the writer speaker directly to an idea, quality, object,…
use proof for support; quote authoritative sources and the pa…
characteristic to a particular region; informal in diction or…
allegory
a story with more than one level of meaning
apostrophe
when the writer speaker directly to an idea, quality, object,…
15 terms
Vocabulary Set 2- English
remedial
humanitarian
dither
obscure
adjective; given as cure; intended to improve a student's lea…
noun/adjective; concerned with human welfare; a person concer…
verb; to vacillate, to be indecisive to the point of agitatio…
adjective/verb; unknown or uncertain, not discovered; to hide…
remedial
adjective; given as cure; intended to improve a student's lea…
humanitarian
noun/adjective; concerned with human welfare; a person concer…
11 terms
English 2 Final Exam Study Set 3
tone
suffix
intent
round characters
Author's attitude toward the subject or audience. Helps the r…
word part (group of letters) that is added to a word or word…
purpose; bias or prejudiced interest in a topic or presenting…
3 dimensional qualities of real-life people, with many traits…
tone
Author's attitude toward the subject or audience. Helps the r…
suffix
word part (group of letters) that is added to a word or word…
English Vocab | Set #2
appeal to reasons
archetype
argument
argument by definition
the authors attempt to influence readers by means of logic, a…
a theme, motif, symbol, or stock character that holds a famil…
the expression of a position or claim supported by reasons; a…
a form of argument in which the writer defines a term by plac…
appeal to reasons
the authors attempt to influence readers by means of logic, a…
archetype
a theme, motif, symbol, or stock character that holds a famil…
20 terms
English Vocabulary Set 2
Adroit
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
clever, deft, slick, *clumsy, inept, all thumbs ... dexterous…
congenial, neighborly, *hostile, antagonistic... cordial ... ... adj.…
disinclined, loath *favorably disposed, eager,... *keen... adj., h…
assertive, truculent, *peaceful, conciliatory, ... pugnacious *p…
Adroit
clever, deft, slick, *clumsy, inept, all thumbs ... dexterous…
Amicable
congenial, neighborly, *hostile, antagonistic... cordial ... ... adj.…
15 terms
English 2 set 2
Dissolution
edify
elated
emancipated
formal ending of an assembly
improve morally or intellectually
extremely happy
to set free
Dissolution
formal ending of an assembly
edify
improve morally or intellectually
English 2 Set 2
Fract/fring/frang
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
to break 💁
Tending to argue or cause discord
Minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
Fract/fring/frang
to break 💁
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
20 terms
english vocab set 2
AFFability
RUDdy
MUSE
deRISion
the quality of being pleasantly easy to approach and to talk…
of or having a fresh, healthy reddish color
to think or mediate in silence, as on some subject
ridicule, mockery
AFFability
the quality of being pleasantly easy to approach and to talk…
RUDdy
of or having a fresh, healthy reddish color
English II set 2
Crucial
aftermath
discrepancy
expedition
of extreme importance
the consequence of an event
a difference between facts
an organized group of people
Crucial
of extreme importance
aftermath
the consequence of an event
15 terms
English 2, set 2
volatile
pragmatic
susceptible
adjunct
Able to violently change very quickly
Practical and sensible
Vulnerable to be harmed, affected, or influenced
Attached without permanent status; auxiliary
volatile
Able to violently change very quickly
pragmatic
Practical and sensible
English 2 vocab set
Idealism
Ignorant
Impale
Imply
Practice of forming ideas, standards of perfection.
General condition of not knowing.
Pierce with something sharp.
To indicate by reference.
Idealism
Practice of forming ideas, standards of perfection.
Ignorant
General condition of not knowing.
13 terms
MFSP M2 Occupations in English Set 2
bank teller
mechanic
sales clerk
pharmacist
bank teller
mechanic
10 terms
English 2, Set 12 Vocabulary
diverged
clutch
tenement
pendulum
develop into a different direction
grasp or seize tightly
a room or set of rooms
freely swinging weight suspended from a fixed point to regula…
diverged
develop into a different direction
clutch
grasp or seize tightly
9 terms
english Vocabulary set 2
Healthy
Quit
Amusement park
Disappear
good for the body.
to give something up; to leave a job.
a park that has rides, shows, food, and other fun things to do.
to go away
Healthy
good for the body.
Quit
to give something up; to leave a job.
10 terms
English 11 set 2
contingent
eventuality
implausible
inconceivable
conditional; dependent on other things
something that may occur; a possibility
difficult to believe; not likely or credible
impossible to comprehend or grasp fully
contingent
conditional; dependent on other things
eventuality
something that may occur; a possibility
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