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Mrs. Rine's Honors Eng. II Vocab. 3 List
abstemious
archaic
dulcet
expurgate
eating and drinking moderately
no longer current or applicable; antiquated
melodious, pleasant to hear
to remove objectionable words from
abstemious
eating and drinking moderately
archaic
no longer current or applicable; antiquated
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Mrs. Rine's Honors Eng. II Vocab. 2 List
arable
brigand
carte blanche
consomme
fit for cultivation (land)
a robber or bandit
authority with no bounds
clear soup
arable
fit for cultivation (land)
brigand
a robber or bandit
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Mrs. Rine's Honors Eng. II Vocab. 1 List
abjure
anomaly
equanimity
estrange
to renounce
deviation from the norm; odd or peculiar occurrence
stability, calmness
to alienate
abjure
to renounce
anomaly
deviation from the norm; odd or peculiar occurrence
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Mrs. Rine's HEII Vocab. 3 List
bombast
bona fide
boor
bovine
impressive but meaningless language
in good faith
a rude or impolite person
pertaining to cows or cattle
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
bona fide
in good faith
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Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 3
jingoistic
implacable
affinity
coquette
overly patriotic
unable to be soothes
a natural skill
a woman who flirts to get what she wants
jingoistic
overly patriotic
implacable
unable to be soothes
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Mrs. Rine's Honors Am Lit Vocab. 10 list
idolatry
ignoble
imminent
immolate
noun - excessive or blind adoration, worship of an object
adj- dishonorable, shameful
adj - likely to happen; threatening
verb- to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
idolatry
noun - excessive or blind adoration, worship of an object
ignoble
adj- dishonorable, shameful
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Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 11
embroil
pious
infamous
regale
to involve deeply in an argument or conflict
deeply religious
well-known for a bad reason
to entertain or amuse with talk or storytelling
embroil
to involve deeply in an argument or conflict
pious
deeply religious
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Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 15
maudlin
orthodox
ostentatious
petulance
overly sentimental
conforming to tradition
excessively showy
angriness; foul mood
maudlin
overly sentimental
orthodox
conforming to tradition
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Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 9
acuity
debunk
adroit
pontificate
penetrating or clear
to show the falseness or hollowness of
clever or skillful in the use of hands or the mind
to express one's views in an arrogant or pompous manner
acuity
penetrating or clear
debunk
to show the falseness or hollowness of
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Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 10
adulation
bristle
laud
obtuse
excessive admiration or praise
to react defensively, typically by drawing back
to highly praise, especially in public
slow to understand, or difficult to understand
adulation
excessive admiration or praise
bristle
to react defensively, typically by drawing back
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Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 1, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 2, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 3, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 4
sycophant
pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
intending to cause harm
appearing everywhere
a statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
sycophant
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
pernicious
intending to cause harm
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Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 1, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 2, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 3, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 4, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 5, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 6, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 7
sycophant
pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
intending to cause harm
appearing everywhere
a statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
sycophant
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
pernicious
intending to cause harm
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Combo with "Mrs. Rine's Honors Eng. III Vocab. 5 List" and 5 others
consternation
conundrum
coterie
emollient
noun: dismay or worry, concern
noun: a puzzle or a dilemma; a problem
noun: a small group of people who share interests and associa…
noun: something softening; soothing to the skin
consternation
noun: dismay or worry, concern
conundrum
noun: a puzzle or a dilemma; a problem
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Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 1, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 2, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 3, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 4, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 5, Mrs. Rine's Eng. III List 6
sycophant
pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
intending to cause harm
appearing everywhere
a statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
sycophant
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
pernicious
intending to cause harm
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Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 9/10/11 combo
acuity
debunk
adroit
pontificate
penetrating or clear
to show the falseness or hollowness of
clever or skillful in the use of hands or the mind
to express one's views in an arrogant or pompous manner
acuity
penetrating or clear
debunk
to show the falseness or hollowness of
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Mrs. Rine's Hon. Eng. II Vocab. List 7
anecdote
cerebral
churlish
cogent
a short account or story
relating to the brain; intelligent
boorish or vulgar; surly
convincing; clear reasoning
anecdote
a short account or story
cerebral
relating to the brain; intelligent
35 terms
Combo with "Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 1" and 6 others
brusque
hone
espouse
odious
slightly rude in speech or manner
to make more pointed
to support
extremely unpleasant
brusque
slightly rude in speech or manner
hone
to make more pointed
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Mrs. Rine's Hon. Eng. II Vocab. 8 list
allay
ameliorate
asperity
exegesis
to reduce the intensity of; relieve; pacify
to make better, improve
roughness or harshness; severity
an analysis; interpretation of
allay
to reduce the intensity of; relieve; pacify
ameliorate
to make better, improve
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Vocabulary 3 - Ms. Doody's Honors English
affluence
amoral
antipathy
banal
abundant wealth
without moral standards or principles
the object of a feeling of intense aversion
repeated too often
affluence
abundant wealth
amoral
without moral standards or principles
60 terms
Combo with "Mrs. Rine's HEII Vocab. 10 list" and 3 others
idolatry
ignoble
imminent
immolate
noun - excessive or blind adoration, worship of an object
adj- dishonorable, shameful
adj - likely to happen; threatening
verb- to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
idolatry
noun - excessive or blind adoration, worship of an object
ignoble
adj- dishonorable, shameful
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Mrs. Rine's Hon. Eng. II Vocab. 9 list
benign
blithe
bumpkin
corroborate
adj - beneficial; favorable
adj - carefree and lighthearted
noun - an unsophisticated person
verb - to make more certain, add evidence to
benign
adj - beneficial; favorable
blithe
adj - carefree and lighthearted
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Pult's Honors English Chp. 3 Vocab
expiate
expedite
abominate
ascribe
v. to make amends, atone, make up for; to ward off or avert
v. to make easy, cause to progress faster
v. to have an intense dislike or hatred for
v. to assign or refer to (as a cause or source)
expiate
v. to make amends, atone, make up for; to ward off or avert
expedite
v. to make easy, cause to progress faster
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Quinn's Honors English B3
Excerpt (The students were assigned an…
Exhilarate (The roller coasted ride le…
Exonerate (The parent exonerated the…
Exorbitant (The man was very *exorbita…
A passage selected from a book, play, song, etc. (N.)... To take…
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven. (V.)
(V.) 1. To free from blame. 2. To relieve of a task
Excessive (Adj.)
Excerpt (The students were assigned an…
A passage selected from a book, play, song, etc. (N.)... To take…
Exhilarate (The roller coasted ride le…
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven. (V.)
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Honors English 10: Week 3 S2
Affiliation
Concise
Consensus
Conspicuous
A close connection or relationship
Expressing or conveying much in few words
General agreement
Easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable
Affiliation
A close connection or relationship
Concise
Expressing or conveying much in few words
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Honor's English Vocab 3
Matrix
Matriarchy
Matriculate
Patriarch
The surroundings within which something begins or developes.
A society ruled or controlled by women.
To register as a student at a college or a university.
The male head of a family or tribe.
Matrix
The surroundings within which something begins or developes.
Matriarchy
A society ruled or controlled by women.
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S:2 V:3 English honors 10
Mesmerize
Martial
Erotic
Cupidity
Hypnotize, fascinate... Spellbind, captivate
Warlike, military, pertaining to the armed forces ... Combative…
Pertaining to or arousing sexual love and desire... Passionate,…
Greed... Graspingness, avarice
Mesmerize
Hypnotize, fascinate... Spellbind, captivate
Martial
Warlike, military, pertaining to the armed forces ... Combative…
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Honors English 12A List 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
to make shorter
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
an angry argument
resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a beauti…
abridge
to make shorter
adherent
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
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Vocabulary 3 - Ms. Doody's Honors English
affluence... (n)
amoral... (adj)
antipathy... (n)
banal... (adj)
abundant supply; great amount of wealth
unconcerned about the right or wrong of something
a deep-seated feeling of dislike
lacking in originality as to be obvious or boring
affluence... (n)
abundant supply; great amount of wealth
amoral... (adj)
unconcerned about the right or wrong of something
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Honors English Vocab S2 Week 3
Lugubrious
Metamorphosis
Mitosis
Moitey
Mournful or gloomy
A profound change in form from one stage to the next
The usual method of cell division
A half
Lugubrious
Mournful or gloomy
Metamorphosis
A profound change in form from one stage to the next
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Honor's English Lesson 3
Dogma
Dogmatic
Heterodox
Agnostic
A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
Pertaining to dogma... Expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox op…
A person who believes nothing can be known about the existenc…
Dogma
A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
Dogmatic
Pertaining to dogma... Expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
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Honor'sEnglish Unit 3
CORD
accord
concordance
cordial
HEART
to grant; to be in harmony; agree
an index of the important words in a book or in an author's w…
warm, friendly, gracious; something that warms and revives, e…
CORD
HEART
accord
to grant; to be in harmony; agree
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Honors English Unit 3 S&A
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
s: antagonist, foe... a: friend, ally, supporter, confederate
s: separate, drive apart, estrange... a: befriend, attract, capt…
s: ruse, stratagem, contrivance
s: pressure, bully, constrain... a: persuade, cajole
adversary
s: antagonist, foe... a: friend, ally, supporter, confederate
alienate
s: separate, drive apart, estrange... a: befriend, attract, capt…
40 terms
Combo with "Combo with "Mrs. Rine's English III Sem2 Vocab. List 1" and 6 others" and 1 other
brusque
hone
espouse
odious
slightly rude in speech or manner
to make more pointed
to support
extremely unpleasant
brusque
slightly rude in speech or manner
hone
to make more pointed
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Honors English 3 Vocab Exam- S1
discern
beguile
complacent
feasible
recognize/discriminate
deceive/mislead
pleased with oneself
possible
discern
recognize/discriminate
beguile
deceive/mislead
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Laurel Honors English 9 S2: set 3
craven
amalgamate
exigency
prodigal
cowardly
to combine into a unified whole
crisis; urgent requirement
wasteful; extravagant; lavish
craven
cowardly
amalgamate
to combine into a unified whole
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Mrs. Rine's Hon Eng I Vocab. 5 list
syndicate
syn
vessel
vacuous
an association of people promoting similar interests
root meaning united
container
mindless or empty (like a VACuum)
syndicate
an association of people promoting similar interests
syn
root meaning united
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Mr. Lev's Honors English 3 Midterm Review 2016-17
conflict
man vs man
man vs self
man vs nature
a struggle between two opposing forces
when two characters in the story go against each other (Luke…
when the main character has internal conflicts (deciding betw…
when the main character is faced with natural events (man in…
conflict
a struggle between two opposing forces
man vs man
when two characters in the story go against each other (Luke…
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Honors English 3 S1 Midterm
What is the basic pattern of a fairyta…
What is a parable?
What are examples of parables?
What is a folklore?
-Family and dysfunction... -leaves home/separation from family... -…
A story in prose or verse illustrating a lesson or principle.…
Bible stories, particularly in the Book of Matthew
A story usually passed down orally and originating from super…
What is the basic pattern of a fairyta…
-Family and dysfunction... -leaves home/separation from family... -…
What is a parable?
A story in prose or verse illustrating a lesson or principle.…
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Honors English 3 exam S1
oral literature
myth
creation myth
origin myths
stories passed down from one generation to the next as told i…
anonymous, traditional story that explains a natural phenomen…
how the world and humans came to exist
how natural phenomena (stars, moon, mountains) came to be or…
oral literature
stories passed down from one generation to the next as told i…
myth
anonymous, traditional story that explains a natural phenomen…
English 2 Honors Word Wealth 3 LWC S.M.S.
Affinity
Despot
Effigy
Hybrid
Attraction, kinship
A ruler with absolute power, a tyrant
Image, likeness
A cross between two varieties
Affinity
Attraction, kinship
Despot
A ruler with absolute power, a tyrant
English Honors Word Wealth 3 LWC S.M.S.
Brusque
Surly
Blatant
Caustic
Abrupt, blunt, curt
Abrupt, blunt, curt (crude, haughty, bad-tempered, and thus b…
Abrupt, blunt, curt (disagreeably loud, noisy, or gaudy) Syn:…
Abrupt, blunt, curt (cutting, biting, stinging, sarcastic) Sy…
Brusque
Abrupt, blunt, curt
Surly
Abrupt, blunt, curt (crude, haughty, bad-tempered, and thus b…
20 terms
Honors English I - List 3
Disposition
Esteem
Rapier
Trespass
your stance on a topic
high regard
sword
to pass somewhere without permission
Disposition
your stance on a topic
Esteem
high regard
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Honors English III- Lesson 3
parochial
obfuscate
edify
ambiguous
local, narrow, limited... syn: provincial; narrow-minded... ant: un…
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle... syn: muddle; obscure... ant: cla…
to improve someone morally
open to more than one interpretation... syn: unclear; vague; unc…
parochial
local, narrow, limited... syn: provincial; narrow-minded... ant: un…
obfuscate
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle... syn: muddle; obscure... ant: cla…
7 terms
Dawson's Vocab Week #3 (HONORS ENGLISH 10)
Avarice
Bigot
Diffident
Loquacious
(n) greediness; extreme desire for wealth
(n) a person stubbornly and inherently devoted to his own ide…
(adj.) shy; lacking in self-confidence
(adj.) talkative; enjoys talking
Avarice
(n) greediness; extreme desire for wealth
Bigot
(n) a person stubbornly and inherently devoted to his own ide…
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Mrs. Rine's Hon Eng I Vocab. 7 list
indictments
treason
sedition
aberration
accusations of wrongdoing
disloyalty to one's country
inciting rebellion
abnormality, OR a person who believes in an unacceptable and…
indictments
accusations of wrongdoing
treason
disloyalty to one's country
26 terms
Honors English 11 Vocab Week 3 S3
Welter
Allusive
Conjecture
Compunctious
Chaotic mess
Referring/hinting
Judgement based off a guess
Regretful
Welter
Chaotic mess
Allusive
Referring/hinting
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English 3 Honors - Unit 1
analyze
connotative
denotative
figurative
examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing whic…
the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the…
departing from a literal use of words; metaphorical.
analyze
examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
connotative
a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing whic…
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English II Honors - Lesson #3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
to make shorter; condense
a follower; supporter; disciple
an angry argument
resembling an angel portrayed as a beautiful little child
abridge
to make shorter; condense
adherent
a follower; supporter; disciple
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Mrs. Rine's Hon Eng I Vocab. 2 list
titan
prodigal
anointed
ushers in
person of tremendous power or significance
wasteful or overly extravagant
appointed to a powerful or important position
begins or guides in
titan
person of tremendous power or significance
prodigal
wasteful or overly extravagant
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Honors English Suffix's
able, ible
al, ial
ed
en
can be done... ex: comfortable
having characteristics of... ex: dismissal
past-tense verbs... ex: cursed
made of, nature of... ex: wooden
able, ible
can be done... ex: comfortable
al, ial
having characteristics of... ex: dismissal
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