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7 November AP English III
pragmatism (pragmatic)
criteria
banal (banality)
inscrutable
a practical, matter-of-fact way of approaching problems
standards by which something is judged
predictable;commonplace, trite
Difficult to understand
pragmatism (pragmatic)
a practical, matter-of-fact way of approaching problems
criteria
standards by which something is judged
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AP English-List #7
hauteur
rakish
proprietary
reciprocal
(noun) haughtiness in bearing and attitude; arrogance
(adj.) jaunty; dashing
(adj.) pertaining to property or ownership
(adj.) in return; mutual
hauteur
(noun) haughtiness in bearing and attitude; arrogance
rakish
(adj.) jaunty; dashing
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AP English Vocab 7
brazen
compunction
din
edict
bold and without shame
the feeling of guilt or moral shame that follows the doing of…
a loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise
an official order or proclamation issued by a person in autho…
brazen
bold and without shame
compunction
the feeling of guilt or moral shame that follows the doing of…
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AP English Vocab 7
Incredulous
Inexorable
Inveterate
Offal
not able or willing to believe something: feeling or showing…
not able to be stopped or changed
always or often doing something specified: always or often ha…
the organs (such as the liver or kidney) of an animal that ar…
Incredulous
not able or willing to believe something: feeling or showing…
Inexorable
not able to be stopped or changed
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AP English List 7
abet
assertion
composed
flout
v. assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
n. a declaration that is made emphatically
adj. serenely self-possessed and free from agitation
v. treat with contemptuous disregard
abet
v. assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
assertion
n. a declaration that is made emphatically
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Ap English 7
Dubious
Fabricated
Hypocrisy
Slander
Doubtful; of unlikely authority
Made; concocted to deceive
The practice of pretending to be something one is not; instin…
False charges and malicious spoken statements about someone (…
Dubious
Doubtful; of unlikely authority
Fabricated
Made; concocted to deceive
AP English Vocabulary #7
Propitious
Laconic
Iniquity
Asperity
(adj) presenting favorable circumstances, auspicious, favorable
(adj) using or marked by the use of few words; terse, concise
(n) gross immorality or injustice; wickedness... a grossly immor…
(n) roughness or harshness, as of a surface, sound, or climat…
Propitious
(adj) presenting favorable circumstances, auspicious, favorable
Laconic
(adj) using or marked by the use of few words; terse, concise
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AP English Vocab 7
altercation
cathartic
coagulate
corpulent
(n.) a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
(adj.) providing psychological relief through the open expres…
(v.) to change from a fluid into a thickened mass; curdle; co…
(adj.) large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat
altercation
(n.) a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
cathartic
(adj.) providing psychological relief through the open expres…
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ap english vocab 7
abhor
abominable
appease
abscribe
hate; regard with disgust
thoroughly detestable
bring peace, quiet, calm
to assign or refer to
abhor
hate; regard with disgust
abominable
thoroughly detestable
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AP English Vocab 7
61. allay [uh-ley]
62. capacious [kuh-pey-shuh s]
63. didactic [dahy-dak-tik]
64. diurnal [dahy-ur-nl]
-verb (used with object), -layed, -lay•ing. ... 1. to put (fear…
-adjective ... 1. capable of holding much; spacious or roomy: a…
-adjective ... 1. intended for instruction; instructive. ... 2. t…
-adjective ... 1. of or belonging to the daytime ( opposed to n…
61. allay [uh-ley]
-verb (used with object), -layed, -lay•ing. ... 1. to put (fear…
62. capacious [kuh-pey-shuh s]
-adjective ... 1. capable of holding much; spacious or roomy: a…
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English III AP Vocab 7
Periodic Sentence
Cumulative (loose) sentence
Independent Clause
Dependent Clause
noun... 1.... a sentence that, by leaving the completion of its mai…
known as a loose sentence that starts with an independent cla…
(n) a complete sentence with a subject, verb, and complete th…
(n) a group of words with a subject and a verb; it does not e…
Periodic Sentence
noun... 1.... a sentence that, by leaving the completion of its mai…
Cumulative (loose) sentence
known as a loose sentence that starts with an independent cla…
49 terms
AP English Final - #7
Ambiguity
Allegory
Analogy
Allusion
Allows for two or more simultaneous interpretations of a word…
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
A comparison to a directly parallel case.
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
Ambiguity
Allows for two or more simultaneous interpretations of a word…
Allegory
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
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AP English-Week 7
Cogent
Conceit
Despotic
Eloquent
(Adj) Convincing; reasonable argument
(Noun) A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an exten…
(Adj) Exercising absolute power; tyrannical
(Adj) Vivid or persuasive speech
Cogent
(Adj) Convincing; reasonable argument
Conceit
(Noun) A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an exten…
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AP English: Week 7
Allay
Capacious
Didactic
Diurnal
(V.): To calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve.…
(Adj.): Able to hold a large amount; roomy. ... Synonym: abundan…
(Adj.): A term used to describe writing that teaches a specif…
(Adj.): Occurring every day; occurring during the daytime. ... S…
Allay
(V.): To calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve.…
Capacious
(Adj.): Able to hold a large amount; roomy. ... Synonym: abundan…
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AP English 11 #7
Imbibe
Imminent
Impeccable
Impetuous
v. drink; absorb
adj. about to happen
adj. faultless; held to highest standards
adj. quick to act without thought
Imbibe
v. drink; absorb
Imminent
adj. about to happen
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AP English Unit 7 Vocab
abeyance
ambivalent
beleaguer
carte blanche
(n.) a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set…
(adj.) having opposite and conflicting feelings about someone…
(v.) to set upon from all sides; to surround with an army; to…
(n.) full of freedom or authority to act at one's one discret…
abeyance
(n.) a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set…
ambivalent
(adj.) having opposite and conflicting feelings about someone…
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AP English Vocabulary List #7
surfeit
immutable
laconic
impede
n.overindulgence in food or drink; an excessive amount, ... v. t…
adj. unchanging over time or unable to be changed
adj. using few words, terse, concise
v. to obstruct or delay the progress
surfeit
n.overindulgence in food or drink; an excessive amount, ... v. t…
immutable
adj. unchanging over time or unable to be changed
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AP English 9 Vocab Week 7
quell
banish
potential
furitive
(v) to calm or settle
(v) to force to leave somewhere
(n) the ability to grow and improve
(adj) sneaky
quell
(v) to calm or settle
banish
(v) to force to leave somewhere
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AP ENGLISH VOCABULARY #7
adept
ominous
venal
excruciating
very skillful
very threatening
very corrupt
very painful
adept
very skillful
ominous
very threatening
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AP English 7
Hasty Generalization
Intended reader
Rogerian Theory
Invitational Argument
Drawing a conclusion from a small sample size that may not tr…
The reader in which the argument is designed to persuade
If the audience and arguer find common ground about a problem…
Calls for the arguer to pay attention and respect the audienc…
Hasty Generalization
Drawing a conclusion from a small sample size that may not tr…
Intended reader
The reader in which the argument is designed to persuade
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English AP vocab 7
Eclectic (I write the song)
Medley (I write the song)
Dilettante (I write the song)
Parallelism (A little bit of everything)
Made up of a variety of sources or styles
An assortment or a mixture, especially of musical pieces
One with an amateurish or superficial interest in the arts or…
Phrases or sentences of a similar construction/meaning placed…
Eclectic (I write the song)
Made up of a variety of sources or styles
Medley (I write the song)
An assortment or a mixture, especially of musical pieces
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AP english list 7
arid
belligerent
cosmopolitan
cumulative
dry, parched, boring
aggressive, confrontational
international
collective
arid
dry, parched, boring
belligerent
aggressive, confrontational
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AP English vocab 7
scintillating
sedentary
dilatory
fractious
(adj.) animated, vivacious, brilliantly clever
(adj.) characterized by or requiring a sitting posture; accus…
(adj.) tending to delay or procrastinate; intended to cause d…
(adj.) unruly; easily-angered, peevish, irritable, quarrelsome
scintillating
(adj.) animated, vivacious, brilliantly clever
sedentary
(adj.) characterized by or requiring a sitting posture; accus…
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AP English Words #7
Induction
Subjectivity
Syntactic Fluency
Tricolon
A conclusion reached through reasoning, it is derived using f…
Think of perspective
To create a variety of sentence structures and have sentence…
Consist of three parallel clauses, phrases, or words, which h…
Induction
A conclusion reached through reasoning, it is derived using f…
Subjectivity
Think of perspective
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AP English #7
Adriot
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Adj-... Skillful, clever
Adj-... Visible to the the naked eyes
Adj-... Foolish, inane
Adj-... Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adriot
Adj-... Skillful, clever
Macroscopic
Adj-... Visible to the the naked eyes
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Week 7 AP English
apathetic
arbitrary
capricious
equivocate
fooling or showing little emotion
determined by impulse rather than reason
impulsive and unpredictable
to avoid making definite statement
apathetic
fooling or showing little emotion
arbitrary
determined by impulse rather than reason
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AP English Week 7
concomitant
importune
refrectory
unadulterated
companion, mate
plead, urge, question
cafeteria
pure, virginal
concomitant
companion, mate
importune
plead, urge, question
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AP English 7
ambivalence
brevity
idyllic
synecdoche
simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attr…
the use of few words to say something; to last very short per…
very peaceful, happy, and enjoyable
is a literary device in which a part of something represents…
ambivalence
simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attr…
brevity
the use of few words to say something; to last very short per…
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AP English | List 7
ambulatory
brazen
din
eenui
walking or moving around
showing or expressing boldness and a complete lack of shame
a system of standard electrical connections, used especially…
weariness and dissatisfaction with life that results from a l…
ambulatory
walking or moving around
brazen
showing or expressing boldness and a complete lack of shame
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AP English 7
Allay V.
Capacious ADJ.
Ignominious ADJ.
Palpitate V.
To put to rest; calm; quiet
Capable of holding much; spacious or roomy
Deserving or causing public disgrace or shame
To beat rapidly, strongly, and irregularly (of the heart)
Allay V.
To put to rest; calm; quiet
Capacious ADJ.
Capable of holding much; spacious or roomy
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AP English Vocab #7
Allay
Capacious
Didactic
Diurnal
Diminish or put at rest
Having a lot of space inside
Intended to teach
Active during the day
Allay
Diminish or put at rest
Capacious
Having a lot of space inside
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AP English Vocab 7
addendum
amorphous
antecedent
banter
something in addition to
shapeless; having no definite form
preceding a cause
to speak in a witty or teasing manner
addendum
something in addition to
amorphous
shapeless; having no definite form
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AP English List 7
Abhorrence
Allusive
Angst
Animosity
a feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing
having reference to something implied or inferred
feeling of deep anxiety or dread
a strong feeling of dislike or hatred
Abhorrence
a feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing
Allusive
having reference to something implied or inferred
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List 7 AP english
numer
fort
osteo
ornith
number
strong
bone
bird
numer
number
fort
strong
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AP English vocab 7
Allay
Capacious
Diurnal
Extricate
diminish or put at rest (fear, suspicion, or worry)
having a lot of space inside; roomy
of or during the day
free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty
Allay
diminish or put at rest (fear, suspicion, or worry)
Capacious
having a lot of space inside; roomy
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AP English 11 #7
meed
remuneration
restitution
retribution
a merited reward
compensation pay or recompense
a reimbursement or a restoration of something to its rightful…
a deserved punishment
meed
a merited reward
remuneration
compensation pay or recompense
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AP English week 7
Allay
Capacious
Didactic
Diurnal
(v.) to lessen
(adj.) roomy/spacious
(adj): intended to teach
(adj) of or during the day
Allay
(v.) to lessen
Capacious
(adj.) roomy/spacious
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AP English Vocabulary (7)
Rhetorical Effects
Bombast
Cadence
Change of Opinion
Produced by a writer's employment of rhetorical strategies; E…
A diction-based and tonal rhetorical effect created by inflat…
A desirable syntactical rhetorical effect created by rhythmic…
A logical rhetorical effect created when the author has succe…
Rhetorical Effects
Produced by a writer's employment of rhetorical strategies; E…
Bombast
A diction-based and tonal rhetorical effect created by inflat…
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AP English Vocab #7
Augustan Age
Cavalier Poets
Conceit
Epiphany
The period of Roman Literature when Augustus was emperor. The…
Soldiers and courtiers who wrote light-hearted lyric poetry t…
An elaborate figure of speech comparing two very dissimilar t…
A moment of revelation or profound insight (ex: In Greek Myth…
Augustan Age
The period of Roman Literature when Augustus was emperor. The…
Cavalier Poets
Soldiers and courtiers who wrote light-hearted lyric poetry t…
6 terms
AP English Vocab 7
Feigned
Detached
Grudgingly
Cynicism
Simulated or pretend to be affected by something
Separate or disconnected; aloof or objective
given, granted, or allowed only reluctantly or resentfully
A belief that people are motivated to do things by self inter…
Feigned
Simulated or pretend to be affected by something
Detached
Separate or disconnected; aloof or objective
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AP English 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful; clever
Visible to the naked eye
Foolish; inane
Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
Skillful; clever
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye
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AP English vocab 7
Absolve
Arbitrary
Camaraderie
Deter
to free from guilt, to exonerate
based on random or merely personal preference
a spirit of friendship
to discourage from acting, prevent the progress, dissuade
Absolve
to free from guilt, to exonerate
Arbitrary
based on random or merely personal preference
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AP English Vocab 7
obstreperous
lethargic
pernicious
fervent
noisy and difficult to control
drowsy; sluggish
ruinous; injurious; fatal
displaying passionate intensity, enthusiasm
obstreperous
noisy and difficult to control
lethargic
drowsy; sluggish
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AP English III Vocabulary Unit One 2016-7
aesthetic
conventional
mitigate
pragmatic
pertaining to a sense of the beautiful; of or pertaining to t…
conforming or adhering to accepted standards, as of conduct o…
to lessen in force or intensity, as wrath, grief, harshness,…
of or pertaining to a practical point of view or practical co…
aesthetic
pertaining to a sense of the beautiful; of or pertaining to t…
conventional
conforming or adhering to accepted standards, as of conduct o…
36 terms
AP English Vocab #7
Pacifist
Panacea
Panegyric
Pantheon
Strongly and actively opposed to conflict and especially war
Something that will make everything about a situation better
Something (such as a speech or a piece of writing) that prais…
A group of people who are famous or important
Pacifist
Strongly and actively opposed to conflict and especially war
Panacea
Something that will make everything about a situation better
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AP English Vocab 7
ambi
be
bi/du
fid
on both sides
thoroughly
two
faith/trust
ambi
on both sides
be
thoroughly
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AP English stems (7)
numer
fort
osteo
ornith
number
strong
bone
bird
numer
number
fort
strong
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AP English 7
Auspices
Auspicious
1Circumspect... 2Circumspectly
1Despicable... 2Despicably... 3Despise
Plural Noun... A) Protection or support; patronage... B) A portent,…
Adjective... Attended by favorable circumstances... "The Romans oft…
1Adjective... Heedful of circumstances or consequences; prudent…
1Adjective... Deserving of scorn or contempt; vile... "The despicab…
Auspices
Plural Noun... A) Protection or support; patronage... B) A portent,…
Auspicious
Adjective... Attended by favorable circumstances... "The Romans oft…
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AP English Vocab 7
abey'ance
ambiv'alent
belea'guer
carte blanche
n. a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set a…
adj. having opposite and conflicting feelings about someone o…
v. to set upon from all sides; to surround with an army; to t…
n. full freedom or authority to act at one's own discretion... s…
abey'ance
n. a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set a…
ambiv'alent
adj. having opposite and conflicting feelings about someone o…
18 terms
AP English Vocab #7
Gibberish
Inimical
Nexus
Coeval
(n.) Nonsense; unintelligible speech.... • Synonyms: Babble; c…
(adj.) Unfriendly; hostile; injurious.... • Synonyms: Meann*…
(n.) A link, tie, or bond.... • Synonyms: Connectionn*; *corre…
(adj.) Of the same time period.... • Synonyms: Contemporaneous.
Gibberish
(n.) Nonsense; unintelligible speech.... • Synonyms: Babble; c…
Inimical
(adj.) Unfriendly; hostile; injurious.... • Synonyms: Meann*…
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