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15 terms
Crucible Act 4 vocab
Stench
Gaunt
Agape
Strongbox
An offensive smell or odor
Extremely tin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger
Mouth wide open, especially with surmise or wonder
A strongly made lockable box or cheats for safeguarding valua…
Stench
An offensive smell or odor
Gaunt
Extremely tin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger
23 terms
The Crucible, Act 4
Why are the cows wandering loose on th…
Why has Hale come back to Salem?
What does Hale want Elizabeth to do?
What is Giles Corey arrested for?
Many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
To encourage the accused to confess and save their lives
Convince Proctor to confess
Contempt of court
Why are the cows wandering loose on th…
Many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
Why has Hale come back to Salem?
To encourage the accused to confess and save their lives
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The Crucible: Act 4
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
What do Reverend Parris and Hale want…
What do Hale and Danforth request of E…
He wants to convince people to confess to witchcraft to save…
She has run away and stolen all his money
Postpone the rest of the hangings because he is afraid of how…
They ask her to tell Proctor to confess to witchcraft
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
He wants to convince people to confess to witchcraft to save…
What does Reverend Parris reveal about…
She has run away and stolen all his money
25 terms
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
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Crucible Act 4 Vocab
Reprieve
Indictment
Conspiracy
Purged
To delay the punishment of
A formal written statement framed by a prosecuting authority…
An agreement among people secretly planning an unlawful act
To clear of guilt to rid an impurity
Reprieve
To delay the punishment of
Indictment
A formal written statement framed by a prosecuting authority…
18 terms
Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
presently
stench
gaunt
agape
soon
strong, unpleasant smell
haggard, thin, drawn
extremely surprised
presently
soon
stench
strong, unpleasant smell
Act 4 Vocab the crucible
Adamant
Rescind
Gibbet
Disputation
Unyielding;inflexible
Revoke take back
Gallows
Debate;discussion
Adamant
Unyielding;inflexible
Rescind
Revoke take back
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crucible act 4
agape (adj)
gaunt (adj)
gibbet (n)
conciliatory (adj)
mouth wide open with wonder
skinny
gallows
intended to create peace
agape (adj)
mouth wide open with wonder
gaunt (adj)
skinny
Crucible Act 4 vocab
Prodigious
stench
gaunt
pardon
extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc
an offensive smell or odor; stink.
extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hun…
to make courteous allowance for or to excuse
Prodigious
extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc
stench
an offensive smell or odor; stink.
16 terms
Act 4 Crucible
Stench
Gaunt
Pardon
Summon
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant.
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold.
the act of excusing a mistake or offense.
ask to come.
Stench
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant.
Gaunt
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold.
22 terms
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
The Crucible: Act 4 Vocab
agape
conciliatory
beguile
floundering
wide open
tending to soothe anger
trick
awkward struggling
agape
wide open
conciliatory
tending to soothe anger
26 terms
The Crucible Act 4
flask
rile
stench
providence
a flat, small container for alcohol
to irritate someone enough to provoke anger; aggravate
a horrible smell; stink
the wisdom, care, and guidance believed to be provided by God
flask
a flat, small container for alcohol
rile
to irritate someone enough to provoke anger; aggravate
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4
adamant
beguile
conciliatory
contentious
immovable, especially in opposing something
to deceive; to charm; to enchant
tending to soothe anger
argumentative
adamant
immovable, especially in opposing something
beguile
to deceive; to charm; to enchant
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The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
Adamant
Rescinded
Belie
Calamity
Determined
To cancel or revoke a law, order, or agreement.
Lie
A disaster
Adamant
Determined
Rescinded
To cancel or revoke a law, order, or agreement.
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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
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The Crucible - Act 4
providence
gibbet
conciliatory
beguile
(p.116) n.... the protective care of God or of nature as a spiri…
(p.118) n.... gallows from which criminals are hanged
(p.119) adj.... Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reco…
(p.119) v.... To deceive; to charm; to enchant
providence
(p.116) n.... the protective care of God or of nature as a spiri…
gibbet
(p.118) n.... gallows from which criminals are hanged
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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…
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"The Crucible" Act 4 Vocabulary
stench
gaunt
agape
strongbox
foul odor; stink
excessively thin and angular
being in a state of wonder
locked box for keeping valuables
stench
foul odor; stink
gaunt
excessively thin and angular
9 terms
The Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
agape
gibbet
sibilance
reprieve
in awe or amazement of, with the mouth wide open
gallow
hissing sound
cancel or postpone of punishment
agape
in awe or amazement of, with the mouth wide open
gibbet
gallow
The Crucible Act I, The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary, Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary, Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
abomination
conjured
contention
deference
feeling of hatred or something that causes hatred
to make something appear by magic
a heated disagreement
humble respect or submission to
abomination
feeling of hatred or something that causes hatred
conjured
to make something appear by magic
13 terms
Crucible Act 4 Vocab
gaunt(adjective)
agape(adjective)
gibbet(noun)
excommunicate(verb)
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of hunger,…
wide open
a gallows with a projecting arm at the top, from which the bo…
officially exclude(someone) from participation in the sacrame…
gaunt(adjective)
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of hunger,…
agape(adjective)
wide open
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The crucible act 4
Prodigious
Stench
Gaunt
Indictment
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
N. a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
(adj.) thin and bony, starved looking; bare, barren
(n.) the act of accusing; a formal accusation
Prodigious
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
Stench
N. a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
10 terms
Crucible Act 4
What is the significance of the scene…
Why does Reverend Hale tell the accuse…
What does the news of what is happenin…
Why does Parris say Abigail has vanish…
Girls have the possibly gone from being in jail for so long.
So they can live.
The people overthrew the court and Salem is scared the same w…
She hasn't been seen in 3 days, there was talk of her boardin…
What is the significance of the scene…
Girls have the possibly gone from being in jail for so long.
Why does Reverend Hale tell the accuse…
So they can live.
13 terms
The Crucible - Act 4
congregation
floundering
adamant
belie
(p.118) n.... crowd of people
(p.119) v.... to struggle clumsily or helplessly
(p.120) adj.... Stubborn
(p.121) v.... Contradict
congregation
(p.118) n.... crowd of people
floundering
(p.119) v.... to struggle clumsily or helplessly
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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…
20 terms
The crucible act 4
creed
somber
predilection
maraud
A statement of belief
(adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
Preference
to raid
creed
A statement of belief
somber
(adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
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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…
11 terms
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
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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
18 terms
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
10 terms
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 Vocabulary Act 2-4
falter
jabberer
contempt
indictment
to act hesitantly; show uncertainty
chatterer; someone who speaks nonsense
looking down on somebody as being low, mean, or unworthy
formally charging someone with a crime
falter
to act hesitantly; show uncertainty
jabberer
chatterer; someone who speaks nonsense
12 terms
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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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
9 terms
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 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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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 Review Act 4
Dungeon
Twelve
Hangings
She is pregnant
Where is John Proctor placed three months later?
How many members of the community have been executed for witc…
Tituba and Nurse Rebecca Nurse sit in jail and wait for what?
What excuse does Elizabeth have so that she won't be executed…
Dungeon
Where is John Proctor placed three months later?
Twelve
How many members of the community have been executed for witc…
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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
10 terms
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…
34 terms
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
20 terms
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
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
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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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
23 terms
"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…
18 terms
The Crucible Acts 3 and 4
What can the audience infer from Judge…
Francis Nurse tells the judges that th…
What is Proctor's main purpose in brin…
Which character represents the tactic…
the court presumes that everyone accused of witchcraft is gui…
dramatic irony
to save his wife from condemnation
Parris
What can the audience infer from Judge…
the court presumes that everyone accused of witchcraft is gui…
Francis Nurse tells the judges that th…
dramatic irony
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