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The Crucible Act 4 vocab
gaunt
utmost
penitence
retaliation
very thin and haggard (worn out)
greatest
feeling or showing regret for having done wrong
revenge
gaunt
very thin and haggard (worn out)
utmost
greatest
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The Crucible - Act 4 Review
the Salem jail
Herrick is drinking.....
their confessions will confirm the jus…
Proctor refuses to sign the confession
setting of Act IV is
What can the audience infer from the brief scene involving Ti…
Parris hopes that Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor will confess…
climax of Act 4
the Salem jail
setting of Act IV is
Herrick is drinking.....
What can the audience infer from the brief scene involving Ti…
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The Crucible Act 4
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
with mouth open in astonishment
to charm or deceive
to faithfully cling to
a verbal disagreement; argument
agape
with mouth open in astonishment
beguile
to charm or deceive
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
gaunt
agape
gibbet
excommunication
extremely thin and bony
with the mouth wide open
the gallows
expulsion from church membership
gaunt
extremely thin and bony
agape
with the mouth wide open
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The Crucible Act 4
Adamant
Beguile
Conciliatory
Disputation
Not responding to please
To deceive
Trying to overcome disagreement
An argument
Adamant
Not responding to please
Beguile
To deceive
Crucible Act 4 Vocab
Prodigious
Stench
Gaunt
Pardon
So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe
A distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
Very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
The act of excusing a mistake or offense
Prodigious
So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe
Stench
A distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
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The Crucible Act 4
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
Excommunication
To charm or enchant, sometimes in deceptive way
become strongly involved with or emotionally attached to
Dispute or argument
A banishment from a church
Beguile
To charm or enchant, sometimes in deceptive way
Cleave
become strongly involved with or emotionally attached to
Act 4 Vocab; The Crucible
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
To stand in awe or amazement
To influence through trickery or flattery; To cheat or charm
To adhere closely; stick; cling (usually followed by to)
The act of disputing or debating; verbal controversy; discuss…
Agape
To stand in awe or amazement
Beguile
To influence through trickery or flattery; To cheat or charm
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Crucible Act 4
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What is the condition of Salem at this…
Help those who are accused save themselves.
Confess to witchcraft
She has left and taken his money
chaos; They have already over thrown the courts and stopped p…
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
Help those who are accused save themselves.
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
Confess to witchcraft
The crucible act 4
astonished
sensing
empowered
conspired
very surprised
practical and prefer routine, order focus on details
to give power or authority to; to enable; to permit
planned together secretly
astonished
very surprised
sensing
practical and prefer routine, order focus on details
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
presently
stench
gaunt
agape
soon
foul odor; stink
excessively thin and angular
being in a state of wonder
presently
soon
stench
foul odor; stink
28 terms
ACT 4 Crucible
at night, foreshadows bad things to come
the marshall Cheever. He was drunk (gu…
the farmers and powerful land owners w…
Abigail
what time of the day does ACT IV open
whose presence in the jail makes Danforth upset?
Cheever says that cows are running freely in the Streets. why…
who does Parris say has robbed him and vanished from the town?
at night, foreshadows bad things to come
what time of the day does ACT IV open
the marshall Cheever. He was drunk (gu…
whose presence in the jail makes Danforth upset?
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The Crucible Act 4
Adamant
Beguile
Conciliatory
Gaunt
Inflexible, immovable, obstinate
To deceive, mislead, or persuade with charm
Pacifying, appeasing
Very thin, emaciated, angular
Adamant
Inflexible, immovable, obstinate
Beguile
To deceive, mislead, or persuade with charm
The Crucible Act 4 Vocababulary
conciliatory
adamant
beguile
cleave
eager to make peace, to reconcile
unyielding, unshakable or immovable especially in opposition
deceive by guile; hoodwink
cling; to adhere firmly and closely or loyally and unwaveringly
conciliatory
eager to make peace, to reconcile
adamant
unyielding, unshakable or immovable especially in opposition
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Act 4 Vocab "The Crucible"
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
/adjective... /wide open, especially with surprise or wonder.... /H…
/verb... /charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive w…
/verb... /split or sever (something), especially along a natural…
/noun... /debate or argument.... /Giles was having a disputation wi…
agape
/adjective... /wide open, especially with surprise or wonder.... /H…
beguile
/verb... /charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive w…
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The Crucible Act 4 Test
stench
contention
gaunt
astonished
There is a prodigious _______ in this place.
___________ make him weep, sir; it were always a man that wee…
He is ______, frightened, and sweating in his greatcoat.
Hathorne, ____________: She have robbed you?
stench
There is a prodigious _______ in this place.
contention
___________ make him weep, sir; it were always a man that wee…
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
presently
stench
gaunt
agape
soon
foul odor; stink
excessively thin and angular
being in a state of wonder
presently
soon
stench
foul odor; stink
crucible act 4 vocab
agape (adj.)
gaunt (adj)
gibbet (n.)
conciliatory (adj.)
(mouth) wide open, especially with surprise or wonder
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of sufferi…
a gallows; place for hanging
intended or likely to placate or pacify
agape (adj.)
(mouth) wide open, especially with surprise or wonder
gaunt (adj)
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of sufferi…
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The Crucible Act 3 and 4
Befuddled
Callously
Harlot
Qualm
make someone unable to think clearly
Insensitive
A promiscuous woman
An uneasy feeling
Befuddled
make someone unable to think clearly
Callously
Insensitive
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"The Crucible" Act 4 Vocab
Presently
Stench
Gaunt
Agape
Quote: "Presently footsteps are heard" (121).... Definition: At…
Quote: "There is a prodigious stench"(124).... Definition: A str…
Quote: "He is gaunt" (125).... Definition: very thin usually bec…
Quote: "Danforth stands agape" (126).... Definition: In a state…
Presently
Quote: "Presently footsteps are heard" (121).... Definition: At…
Stench
Quote: "There is a prodigious stench"(124).... Definition: A str…
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The Crucible Act 3 and 4
Defamation
Contentious
Pretense
Recess
Ruin another's reputation
Argumentative
An attempt to make something that is not the case appear true…
Break
Defamation
Ruin another's reputation
Contentious
Argumentative
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The Crucible Act 4 Quotes
"Oh, it be no Hell in Barbados. Devil,…
"I met him [Parris] yesterday coming o…
"My niece, sir, my niece - I believe s…
"Mr. Parris, you are a brainless man!"
Tituba
Hathorne
Parris
Danforth
"Oh, it be no Hell in Barbados. Devil,…
Tituba
"I met him [Parris] yesterday coming o…
Hathorne
Act 4 Crucible
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Sale…
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What is the condition of Salem at this…
He has returned to speak with and pray for those who are in s…
He is advising them to confess to witchcraft and return to Go…
He reveals that she has vanished. She stole money from him an…
Salem is in bad condition because so many people are in jail.…
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Sale…
He has returned to speak with and pray for those who are in s…
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
He is advising them to confess to witchcraft and return to Go…
The Crucible Act 4
Why has Hale returned to Salem?
What happened to Abigail?
Why is Parris afraid?
What happened to Giles Corey?
Because he want to confess them to save people lives
She's been aboard on ship and she stole Parris' money
Because people were throwing daggers at him
He was stoned to death
Why has Hale returned to Salem?
Because he want to confess them to save people lives
What happened to Abigail?
She's been aboard on ship and she stole Parris' money
Crucible Act 4 vocab
gaunt
agape
conciliatory
beguile
thin
mouth is open in wonder
regain friendship or reconcile
trick
gaunt
thin
agape
mouth is open in wonder
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Crucible act 4
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What did Abigail do
Parris says you cannot hang this sort…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
Because there were cows wondering around town
She stole 31 pounds from her uncle and skipped town
The good respected Christians. A riot could start and he is f…
He has already convicted and hung people for the same crime
What explanation does Cheever give for…
Because there were cows wondering around town
What did Abigail do
She stole 31 pounds from her uncle and skipped town
The Crucible act 3 and 4
Befuddle (V)
Beguile (V)
Tantalize (V)
Contentious (ADJ)
to confuse, perplex
to trick or deceive
to tease or torment by keeping something out of reach.
Likely to cause argument or disagreement
Befuddle (V)
to confuse, perplex
Beguile (V)
to trick or deceive
The Crucible Act 4 Quiz
Why doesn't Danforth allow John Procto…
When Elizabeth is brought to see John…
What is Parris' real concern when he a…
Why does John Proctor choose death, in…
He will be seen as a hypocrite/They might start a riot/Look b…
Apologizes for being an unloving wife
He is concerned with only his own safety
He knows that confession means that his name is forever ruined
Why doesn't Danforth allow John Procto…
He will be seen as a hypocrite/They might start a riot/Look b…
When Elizabeth is brought to see John…
Apologizes for being an unloving wife
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Act 4 The Crucible
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What was the last inappropriate thing…
Parris says, "You cannot hang this sor…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared; she reported…
Proctor, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and others were upstandin…
If he had pardoned the remaining accused, the people who had…
What explanation does Cheever give for…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
What was the last inappropriate thing…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared; she reported…
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The Crucible Act 4 Study Guide
Reverend Hale
Reverend Parris
Rebecca Nurse
Reverend Parris
Advises that the condemned confess. He knows these confession…
Reveals that Abigail has stolen all of his money and run off…
A respectable person, not an outcast.
Wants Danforth to postpone, not cancel, the hangings. He is s…
Reverend Hale
Advises that the condemned confess. He knows these confession…
Reverend Parris
Reveals that Abigail has stolen all of his money and run off…
act 4 crucible
excommunication
concilatory
beguile
belie
the action or state of being cut off from a community
characterized by trying to reconcile or make an agreement
to trick, to decieve
to disguise or contradict
excommunication
the action or state of being cut off from a community
concilatory
characterized by trying to reconcile or make an agreement
Crucible Act 3 and 4
scorn (v)
remorseless (a)
beckons (v)
deposition (n)
to express mockery or disrespect for something
heartless and without guilt
to gesture someone to come towards them
a formal piece of evidence usually in writing
scorn (v)
to express mockery or disrespect for something
remorseless (a)
heartless and without guilt
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
adamant
bellow
contention
embodiment
unyielding, unrelenting
to roar or cry out loudly
dispute, argument, rivalry
concrete expression of an idea or quality
adamant
unyielding, unrelenting
bellow
to roar or cry out loudly
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The Crucible-Act 4 Quiz
Why are the cows wandering loose on th…
Where does Tituba say she is going to…
Why has Hale come back to Salem?
What does Hale want Elizabeth to do?
Many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
She will take a boat to Barbados
To encourage the accused to confess and save their lives
Convince Proctor to confess
Why are the cows wandering loose on th…
Many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
Where does Tituba say she is going to…
She will take a boat to Barbados
The Crucible: Act 4
Why did Sara Good and Tituba say they…
What is Hale's mission in Act 4?
Paris Tells Danforth "You cannot hang…
How is Abigail's disappearance a signi…
They were the first accused and have gone insane in Jail.
To get people to confess so they can be saved. (Also to clear…
these people are well respected and have done little wrong. P…
- She was the only one speaking against people as being witch…
Why did Sara Good and Tituba say they…
They were the first accused and have gone insane in Jail.
What is Hale's mission in Act 4?
To get people to confess so they can be saved. (Also to clear…
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
Adament
Bellow
Contention
Embodiment
Unyielding; unrelenting
To roar or cry out loudly
Dispute; argument; rivalry
Concrete expression of an idea or quality
Adament
Unyielding; unrelenting
Bellow
To roar or cry out loudly
15 terms
Crucible act 4
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What is the condition of Salem at this…
Help those who are accused save themselves.
Confess to witchcraft
She has left and taken his money
chaos; They have already over thrown the courts and stopped p…
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
Help those who are accused save themselves.
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
Confess to witchcraft
18 terms
The Crucible: Act 4 Vocabulary
Presently
Stench
Gaunt
Agape
Soon
foul odor; stink
excessively thin and angular
being in a state of wonder
Presently
Soon
Stench
foul odor; stink
87 terms
Crucible Act 3 & 4
Where does the opening scene of this a…
What was the salem meeting house used…
Who is on trial in the beginning of th…
According to Giles, what is puntnams p…
Salem meeting house
Served as a court, town meeting place, and worship place
Martha Corey is being questioned for reading books and killin…
He was the only one who could afford the dead people's land s…
Where does the opening scene of this a…
Salem meeting house
What was the salem meeting house used…
Served as a court, town meeting place, and worship place
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Crucible act 4
What is Reverend Hale doing at the jai…
What is happening to the farms and ani…
What has happened to Abigail and Mercy…
What happened in the town of Andover?…
praying with them and trying to get the convicted to confess
Cows are wandering the streets because they have no owners to…
They stole Parris's money and ran away.
The rioted against the executions; he is afraid the people of…
What is Reverend Hale doing at the jai…
praying with them and trying to get the convicted to confess
What is happening to the farms and ani…
Cows are wandering the streets because they have no owners to…
Act 4- Crucible
What are Tituba and Sarah Good discuss…
What has happened that has made Parris…
What happened in Andover?
Why is Parris so afraid to hang John P…
They're talking about the devil giving them wings and letting…
Abby and Mercy have been missing for 3 days and they took all…
A court in the town was overturned for thinking that people i…
He's scared that what happened in Andover will also happen in…
What are Tituba and Sarah Good discuss…
They're talking about the devil giving them wings and letting…
What has happened that has made Parris…
Abby and Mercy have been missing for 3 days and they took all…
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The Crucible Act 4 Study Guide
1. Why has Reverend Hale returned to S…
2.What is Reverend Hale advising the c…
3.What does Reverend Parris reveal abo…
4. What is the condition of Salem at t…
Rev. Hale returned to Salem to pray with the people who are c…
Rev. Hale advises that the condemned confess. He knows these…
Rev. Parris reveals that Abigail and Mercy Lewis have stolen…
The condition of Salem at this point is that so many are in t…
1. Why has Reverend Hale returned to S…
Rev. Hale returned to Salem to pray with the people who are c…
2.What is Reverend Hale advising the c…
Rev. Hale advises that the condemned confess. He knows these…
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The Crucible: Study Guide, Act 4
What has happened in Salem during the…
What is the mood of Salem at the begin…
How might the mood of Salem be respons…
Why might Herrick be nearly drunk at t…
More people have been condemned, there are signs of rebellion…
The mood is fearful, tense, and resigned
It seems that the fear of losing authority leads the judges t…
Executions are scheduled for that morning, and he probably fe…
What has happened in Salem during the…
More people have been condemned, there are signs of rebellion…
What is the mood of Salem at the begin…
The mood is fearful, tense, and resigned
English 3 The Crucible Act 4
excommunication
conciliatory
beguile
floundering
a kind of banishment that is handed out by a church; punishme…
something done to get reconcile or to try to make someone fee…
to deceive someone in a cunning way or to enchant someone and…
clumsily struggling or awkward confusion; ... •DANFORTH: Postpon…
excommunication
a kind of banishment that is handed out by a church; punishme…
conciliatory
something done to get reconcile or to try to make someone fee…
The Crucible Act 4 Questions
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What is the condition of Salem at this…
Help those who are accused, save themselves
To confess their crimes and save their lives
She has left and taken his money
Chaos
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
Help those who are accused, save themselves
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
To confess their crimes and save their lives
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The Crucible Act 4 Defitions
stench
contention
gaunt
astonished
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
a dispute where there is strong disagreement
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise
stench
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
contention
a dispute where there is strong disagreement
15 terms
The Crucible : Act 4
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What is the condition of Salem at this…
Help those who are accused save themselves.
Confess to witchcraft
She has left and taken his money
chaos; They have already over thrown the courts and stopped p…
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
Help those who are accused save themselves.
What is Reverend Hale advising the con…
Confess to witchcraft
Crucible Act 4
What is Danforth's response to Marshal…
What reason does the Reverend Parris g…
What is Danforth's response to Hale's…
What reason does Danforth give for ref…
says that Hale has no authority to enter here
his daughter heard them talking of ships, they were scared th…
it would not be just to the 12 already hanged for the same cr…
it is God's will; postponement now speaks a floundering on my…
What is Danforth's response to Marshal…
says that Hale has no authority to enter here
What reason does the Reverend Parris g…
his daughter heard them talking of ships, they were scared th…
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Act 4 The Crucible Questions
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What did Abigail do?
Parris says, "You cannot hang this sor…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
Because Proctor, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and others were u…
If he had pardoned the remaining accused, the people who had…
What explanation does Cheever give for…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
What did Abigail do?
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
25 terms
Crucible vocab act 3 & 4
Auger
Contentious
Denounce
Effrontery
a sharp tool that is used chiefly for making holes
likely to cause people to argue or disagree; causing or likel…
to publicly state that someone or something is bad or wrong;…
insolent or impertinent behavior
Auger
a sharp tool that is used chiefly for making holes
Contentious
likely to cause people to argue or disagree; causing or likel…
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