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Honors English, Tri 3 SAT/ACT vocab
Condescending
Conditional
Conformist
Congregation
Patronizing
Provisional, contingent, dependent on or possibility of
Follower of customs
Crowd of people
Condescending
Patronizing
Conditional
Provisional, contingent, dependent on or possibility of
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English Honors ACT/SAT Vocab
Hackneyed
Haughty
Hedonist
Hypothesis
(Adj.) Not interesting, funny, etc., because of being used to…
(Adj.) Having or showing the insulting attitude of people who…
(N.) A person who believes that the pursuit of pleasure is th…
(N.) A supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis…
Hackneyed
(Adj.) Not interesting, funny, etc., because of being used to…
Haughty
(Adj.) Having or showing the insulting attitude of people who…
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SAT/ ACT English honors 10
aspire
bilateral
candor
defraud
to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent o…
having two sides
honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest about…
to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie, de…
aspire
to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent o…
bilateral
having two sides
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English Honors ACT/SAT 6
Nonchalant
Novice
Opulet
Orator
relaxed and calm in a way that shows that you do not care or…
a person who has just started learning or doing something
very comfortable and expensive: very wealthy
a person who makes speeches and is very good at making them
Nonchalant
relaxed and calm in a way that shows that you do not care or…
Novice
a person who has just started learning or doing something
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honors english act 3
posterior
declaiming
meteorite
ether
rear, buttocks (n)
reciting/speaking in a dramatic/artificial manner (v)
body from outer space that falls to Earth (n)
substance once thought to fill outer space (n)
posterior
rear, buttocks (n)
declaiming
reciting/speaking in a dramatic/artificial manner (v)
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Honors English 10 SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 3
abstract
bizarre
cajole
decadence
theoretical, not applied or practical; not concrete; hard to…
strikingly odd in appearance or style; grotesque
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises
decay; decline
abstract
theoretical, not applied or practical; not concrete; hard to…
bizarre
strikingly odd in appearance or style; grotesque
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Honors English 9 SAT/ACT Vocab (Tri. 3)
Compromise
Condescending
Conditional
Conformist
To settle differences
Patronizing/superior or snobbish
Provisional; Contingent, dependent on or possibility
Follower of customs
Compromise
To settle differences
Condescending
Patronizing/superior or snobbish
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Honors English 10 Vocab (SAT/ACT words)
Absurdly
Acquiesced
Ascend
Beneficent
wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate
accept something reluctantly but without protest
go up or climb
generous or doing good
Absurdly
wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate
Acquiesced
accept something reluctantly but without protest
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English 3 SAT/ACT
Affable
Amenable
Amiable
Apt
Easy-going; friendly; easy to talk to ... Synonyms: easy-going,…
Favorably disposed; willing to change; willing... Synonyms: Resp…
Good-natured and likable... Synonyms: Pleasant, agreeable... Antony…
Suitable, appropriate; to the point; having a tendency... Synony…
Affable
Easy-going; friendly; easy to talk to ... Synonyms: easy-going,…
Amenable
Favorably disposed; willing to change; willing... Synonyms: Resp…
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Honors English 9 SAT/ACT Antonyms
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
Expand, lengthen
Excess, indulgence
Abuse, criticism
Favor, fortune
Abbreviate
Expand, lengthen
Abstinence
Excess, indulgence
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Honors English 9 SAT/ACT Synonyms
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
Abridge, summarize
Avoidance, refraining
Flattery, worship
Disaster, calamity
Abbreviate
Abridge, summarize
Abstinence
Avoidance, refraining
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ACT/SAT Vocab 10 Honors English
Accolade
Acquiesce
Acrid
Adamant
Award, honor, or laudatory notice
Agree, consent
Extremely or sharply stinging or bitter
Unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals
Accolade
Award, honor, or laudatory notice
Acquiesce
Agree, consent
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Honors English Shakespeare Act 3
Who is Tybalt looking for and why?
Why does Romeo fight back against Tyba…
How does Mercutio get hurt? How is thi…
What does Mercutio say when he is dying?
He is looking for Romeo and wants to fight him, but Romeo doe…
Romeo tries to be patient with Tybalt because he is now relat…
Romeo tried to stop Tybalt and Mercutio from fighting, but by…
He says "a plague on both your houses" Which means that Mercu…
Who is Tybalt looking for and why?
He is looking for Romeo and wants to fight him, but Romeo doe…
Why does Romeo fight back against Tyba…
Romeo tries to be patient with Tybalt because he is now relat…
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Vocabulary Honors English Act 3
Devise
Rapier
Mortal
Gallant
(V) Plot; invent (n) property given by a will
(n) a straight two edged sword with a narrow pointed blade
(n) (adj) fatal; causing death; human
(adj) a young man of fashion; smart; polite and attentive to…
Devise
(V) Plot; invent (n) property given by a will
Rapier
(n) a straight two edged sword with a narrow pointed blade
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English 3 SAT/ACT
Acquisitive
Arrogate
Banal
Belaborte
able to get and retain ideas of information concerned with ac…
to claim or take without right
commonplace, normal, ordinary
to work excessively
Acquisitive
able to get and retain ideas of information concerned with ac…
Arrogate
to claim or take without right
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Honors English SAT/ACT vocabulary for Tri 2
Arid
Assiduous
Asylum
benevolent
Extremely dry
Hard-Working
Sanctuary
Friendly, helpful
Arid
Extremely dry
Assiduous
Hard-Working
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English 9 Honors SAT/ACT List #1
ambulatory
anarchy
cant
breadth
able to walk or move around, verb. roving, vagrant, nomadic
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition to autho…
hypocritical and sanctimonious talk, jargon or slang, noun. s…
the distance or measurement from side to side of something, n…
ambulatory
able to walk or move around, verb. roving, vagrant, nomadic
anarchy
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition to autho…
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SAT ACT Set #3
disparaged
sanguine
intrepid
wanton
to lower in rank or reputation/ degrade
consisting of or relating to blood/ red in complexion/ marked…
characterized by resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and endura…
playfully mean or cruel/ lewd, bawdy/ hard to control
disparaged
to lower in rank or reputation/ degrade
sanguine
consisting of or relating to blood/ red in complexion/ marked…
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ACT/SAT English #3
Mendacious
Dither
Demure
Burnish
having a lying, false charcter
to be indecisive
quiet, modest, reserved
to polish or shine
Mendacious
having a lying, false charcter
Dither
to be indecisive
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Honors English ACT voc- week 3
Determine
Differentiate
Digression
Diligent
(v) cause (something) to occur in a particular way; be the de…
(v) recognize or ascertain what makes (someone or something)…
(n) a temporary departure from the main subject in speech or…
(adj) having or showing care and conscientiousness in one's w…
Determine
(v) cause (something) to occur in a particular way; be the de…
Differentiate
(v) recognize or ascertain what makes (someone or something)…
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English 3 SAT/ACT#2
Propriety
Sanguine
Abhor
Diffident
appropriateness of behavior; the state of exhibiting proper e…
optimistic; cheerfully confident... Synonyms: enthusiastic, buo…
to hate intensely... Synonyms: detest, loathe... Antonyms: love
lacking confidence; quiet and shy... Synonyms: demure, introver…
Propriety
appropriateness of behavior; the state of exhibiting proper e…
Sanguine
optimistic; cheerfully confident... Synonyms: enthusiastic, buo…
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English 3 Honors The Crucible: Act 1
Where does the play take place?
What type of government is there?
What takes up most of the Salem reside…
What is a source of constant, bitter d…
Salem, Massachusetts.
A theocracy.
Hard work and church.
Disputes over land, matters of boundaries and deeds.
Where does the play take place?
Salem, Massachusetts.
What type of government is there?
A theocracy.
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English 3 SAT/ACT #1
Affable
Amenable
Amiable
Apt
Easy-going; friendly; easy to talk to
Favorably disposed; willing to change
Good natured & likable
Suitable, appropriate; to the point; having tendency
Affable
Easy-going; friendly; easy to talk to
Amenable
Favorably disposed; willing to change
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English Honors Vocab Quiz ACT #3
Edifice
Ambidextrous
Belated
Animate
A large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
Equally skillful with either hand
Delayed
To give life or motion to
Edifice
A large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
Ambidextrous
Equally skillful with either hand
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English 2 Honors Caesar Act 3 Vocab
abide
appease
apprehensive
banished
to stay, remain
to calm, pacify
cautious
forced to leave
abide
to stay, remain
appease
to calm, pacify
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Honors English Unit 3 ACT Vocab
interloper
intrinsic
inveigh
lassitude
An intruder; noun; synonyms: tresspasser
belonging to someone or something by its very nature, origina…
to make a violent attack in words, express strong disapproval…
weariness of body or mind, lack of energy; noun; fatigue, let…
interloper
An intruder; noun; synonyms: tresspasser
intrinsic
belonging to someone or something by its very nature, origina…
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Adv. Honors English ACT VOCAB#3
abominate
acculturation
adventitous
ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for
(n.) the modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj) resulting from chance rather than from an inherent caus…
(v.) to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute
abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for
acculturation
(n.) the modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
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ACT-SAT #3
adulation
adversity
aesthetic
circuitous
(n.) high praise
(n.) misfortune
(adj.) pertaining to beauty
(adj.) indirect, roundabout
adulation
(n.) high praise
adversity
(n.) misfortune
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Honors English 3 Lesson 1: ACT Vocab.
Factious
Ignoble
Boor
Aegis
Adj. Causing disagreement
Adj. Dishonorable; shameful
N. Rude person
N. A shield protection
Factious
Adj. Causing disagreement
Ignoble
Adj. Dishonorable; shameful
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English 1 ACT\SAT Vocabulary I
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
cautious; aware of potential consequences... (adj.) careful, cau…
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
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English 3 sat/act vocabulary
Ambivalence
Austere
Benevolent
Brood
Condition of having conflicting attitudes
Stern in manner or appearance; stricted morals
Characterized by or expressing goodwill; kindly feeling
Dwell on subject with morbid persistence. MEDITATE
Ambivalence
Condition of having conflicting attitudes
Austere
Stern in manner or appearance; stricted morals
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Simsbury Sophomores Honors English Macbeth Act 3
Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis…
Our fears in Banquo... Stick deep, and in…
Upon my head they placed a fruitless c…
'Tis safer to be that which we destroy…
-Banquo soliloquy... -Context: Macbeth will become king because…
-Macbeth soliloquy... -Context: Banquo and Macbeth just spoke; B…
-Macbeth soliloquy ... -Context: Macbeth is thinking about how h…
-Lady Macbeth says this alone on stage... -Context: Lady Macbeth…
Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis…
-Banquo soliloquy... -Context: Macbeth will become king because…
Our fears in Banquo... Stick deep, and in…
-Macbeth soliloquy... -Context: Banquo and Macbeth just spoke; B…
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English ACT/SAT list 3
V.... To make numb w/ amazement, to stun…
V.... To mace to action
ADJ.... Producing sound, especially deep…
Stupefy
Spur
Sonorous
V.... To make numb w/ amazement, to stun…
Stupefy
V.... To mace to action
Spur
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English 3 SAT and ACT words
Allotment
Braggart
Colloquy
Convivial
A portion of;a share granted
A vain bolster; a boastful individual
Conversation; a dialogue or exchange of words
Devoted to feasting, eating, and drinking in good fellowship
Allotment
A portion of;a share granted
Braggart
A vain bolster; a boastful individual
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary (review): 3-28-16
Abjure
Abrogate
Acerbic
Acrimony
(v.) to reject, renounce
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
(n.) bitterness, discord
Abjure
(v.) to reject, renounce
Abrogate
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
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English 3 Honors The Crucible: Act 1
Where does the play take place?
What type of government is there?
What takes up most of the Salem reside…
What is a source of constant, bitter d…
Salem, Massachusetts.
A theocracy.
Hard work and church.
Disputes over land, matters of boundaries and deeds.
Where does the play take place?
Salem, Massachusetts.
What type of government is there?
A theocracy.
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Honors English 10 - Pygmalion - Act 3 - Quiz
Where does Mrs. Higgins live?
Why does Higgins go to see his mother?
Why does Mrs. Higgins want Henry to le…
What does Mrs. Higgins think Henry mea…
Chelsea, London
To convince her to let him test out his experiment (test Eliz…
He offends all of her friends
He found a wife
Where does Mrs. Higgins live?
Chelsea, London
Why does Higgins go to see his mother?
To convince her to let him test out his experiment (test Eliz…
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Act 3 honors English Cyrano De Bergerac
Jasmine
Candelabrum
Meteorite
Ether
Noun. A plant with sweet-smelling yellow, white, or red flowers
Noun. A branched candlestick with holders for several candles
Noun. A body from outer space that falls to earth
Noun. A substance once thought to fill outer space
Jasmine
Noun. A plant with sweet-smelling yellow, white, or red flowers
Candelabrum
Noun. A branched candlestick with holders for several candles
English V Honors--ACT/SAT vocabulary--set two
adulation
amicable
anecdote
assiduous
high praise
agreeable
short account of an event
hard-working
adulation
high praise
amicable
agreeable
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English 3 Honors The Crucible Act 1
Ascertain
Inquity
Junta
Arbitrate
Find something out for certain; make sure of
Immoral or grossly unfair behavior
A military or political group that rules a country after taki…
(Of an independent body or person) reach an authoritative jud…
Ascertain
Find something out for certain; make sure of
Inquity
Immoral or grossly unfair behavior
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Honors English 9 Tri 1 Final Vocabulary\Act-Sat Vocab
Abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
anecdote
shorten, abridge
Act of refraining from
High praise
A short account of an interesting event.
Abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
Act of refraining from
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ACT Vocab #3 Honors English McKinney
Juxtapose
Lethargy
Ambiguous
Inane
Place closely together, even when comparing or contrasting.
Great lack of energy; inactivity due to laziness
able to be interpreted in more than one way; not clear
Without sense or meaning; foolish
Juxtapose
Place closely together, even when comparing or contrasting.
Lethargy
Great lack of energy; inactivity due to laziness
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Honor English 10 ACT Vocabulary week 3
Ephemeral
Epic
Exacerbate
Exhort
Temporary; short-lived (adj.)
Long narrative poem centered on a hero (n.)
To intensify severity or violence (v.)
To urge, advise, or caution strongly (v.)
Ephemeral
Temporary; short-lived (adj.)
Epic
Long narrative poem centered on a hero (n.)
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English root #3 and SAT/ACT
ab
ad
arch
circum
from, away, apart
to, toward
first, chief, rule
around, about
ab
from, away, apart
ad
to, toward
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English III Honors-Alewine-ACT 3
ambiguous
analyze
burgeon
complement
Open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
examine in detail typically for purposes of explanation and i…
begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish
a thing that completes or brings to perfection a larger whole
ambiguous
Open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
analyze
examine in detail typically for purposes of explanation and i…
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English III Honors crucible act3
abundant(adj)
auger(n)
deposition(n)
effrontery(n)
present in great quantity
tool for making holes
putting aside someone/putting them off of office/interrogatio…
act as if you have right to do something when you don't
abundant(adj)
present in great quantity
auger(n)
tool for making holes
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Honors English 10 ACT/SAT Vocabulary List 4
acclaim
blithe
callous
deference
loud applause; approval
happy and cheerful; gay
unfeeling; insensitive
great respect
acclaim
loud applause; approval
blithe
happy and cheerful; gay
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English III Honors crucible act3
abundant(adj)
auger(n)
deposition(n)
effrontery(n)
present in great quantity
tool for making holes
putting aside someone/putting them off of office/interrogatio…
act as if you have right to do something when you don't
abundant(adj)
present in great quantity
auger(n)
tool for making holes
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Lesson 3 ACT Honors English Vocabulary
Edifice
Ambidextrous
Belated
Animate
large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... Syn. fortres…
equally skillful with either hand
delayed... syn. Tardy, late... ant. Timely
to give life or motion to ... syn. enliven; encourage;excite... ant…
Edifice
large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... Syn. fortres…
Ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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Honors English 10 ACT/SAT Vocabulary List 2
Abstinence
Bequeath
Cacophony
Debilitate
the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
to leave money or property by a will; to pass along
discord; harsh sound
to weaken
Abstinence
the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
Bequeath
to leave money or property by a will; to pass along
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