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World Literature (Block A) - List 8
bronto
cog-
fid
-ile
thunder
think
loyal
of, relating to
bronto
thunder
cog-
think
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World Literature Vocab 8
patrician (adj)
noxious (adj)
lobotomize (v.t)
limpid (adj)
noble; aristocratic
offensive
To dulled or deadened, suggesting the after effects of a lobo…
perfectly clear; transparent; not cloudy or murky
patrician (adj)
noble; aristocratic
noxious (adj)
offensive
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Vocabulary 8 - World Literature
ascetic
attenuate
attribute
depravity
a person who renounces material comforts
to reduce, weaken, or lessen
to ascribe; to relate to a cause or source
moral corruption; perversion
ascetic
a person who renounces material comforts
attenuate
to reduce, weaken, or lessen
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World Literature Vocabulary Terms #8
charlatan
corroborate
disseminate
diverge
A fake; one who pretends to have expert knowledge
(v.) to confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, ve…
(v.) to scatter or spread widely
to vary; go in different directions from the same point
charlatan
A fake; one who pretends to have expert knowledge
corroborate
(v.) to confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, ve…
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World Literature-Unit 8
fixed form
continuous form
stanzaic form
stanzas
is a traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem such…
a poem which employs a written line upon like with no groupin…
a poem using _ is written in stanzas
groups of lines having the same metrical pattern repeated thr…
fixed form
is a traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem such…
continuous form
a poem which employs a written line upon like with no groupin…
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World literature unit 8
fixed form
continuous
stanzaic form
stanzas
a traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
written line upon line with no grouping of lines or breaks
written in stanzas
groups of lines having the same metrical pattern repeated thr…
fixed form
a traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
continuous
written line upon line with no grouping of lines or breaks
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World Literature Vocab #8
Avow
Awry
Belabor
Burgeon
to claim, to declare boldly, to admit
off-course, twisted to one side
to go over repeatedly, usually to an absurd extent
to expand, to flourish
Avow
to claim, to declare boldly, to admit
Awry
off-course, twisted to one side
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World Literature Vocab 8
Equivocal
Ardor
Cacophony
Euphony
Ambiguous
Passion
Harsh combination of sounds
Flowing combination of sounds
Equivocal
Ambiguous
Ardor
Passion
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World literature vocab 8
Animosity
Apathy
Apprehensive
Commend
Bitter hostility, active hatred
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
1. To praise 2. Commit to the care of
Animosity
Bitter hostility, active hatred
Apathy
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
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World Literature Vocabulary Jan. 5-8
sublimity
stupendous
ballad
stanzas
awe-inspiring, wonder, and terror
extraordinary
a short narrative song written in stanzas depicting a dramati…
groups of repeated lines usually containing the same meter an…
sublimity
awe-inspiring, wonder, and terror
stupendous
extraordinary
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World Literature 8-14
abate
decorum
abhor
dole
to lessen in violence or intensity
conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
to detest; to hate strongly
to distribute; to give out sparingly
abate
to lessen in violence or intensity
decorum
conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
World Literature unit 8
Refrain
Sonnet
Italian or Petrarchan sonnet
English or Shakespearean sonnet
A phrase or sentence which is repeated at intervals in a poem…
A fourteen line poem
Has two parts, an octave (abba-abba) and a sestet (cdc-dcd or…
Contains three quatrainsand a couplet with a rhyme scheme of…
Refrain
A phrase or sentence which is repeated at intervals in a poem…
Sonnet
A fourteen line poem
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WORLD LITERATURE UNIT 8
refrain
fixed form
continuous form
stanzaic form
a phrase or sentence which is repeated at intervals in a poem…
traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
written line upon line with no grouping of lines or breaks
written in stanzas, which are groups of lines having the same…
refrain
a phrase or sentence which is repeated at intervals in a poem…
fixed form
traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
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World Literature Quiz 8
Gerard Manely Hopkins
Edgar Allen poe
John Updike
Alliteration
Jesus preist and "God's Grandeur"
"The Bells"
"Winter Ocean" and poet and novelist whose fiction deals prim…
Repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
Gerard Manely Hopkins
Jesus preist and "God's Grandeur"
Edgar Allen poe
"The Bells"
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World Literature Week 11 8 Terms
FID
FALL
CRED
DUB
to trust, believe
to deceive
to trust, believe
to doubt
FID
to trust, believe
FALL
to deceive
World Literature III Vocab 8
irrevocable
propensity
querulous
remonstrate
incapable of being changed or called back
a natural habit or tendency, especially of human behavior
peevish, complaining, fretful
to argue with someone against something, protest against
irrevocable
incapable of being changed or called back
propensity
a natural habit or tendency, especially of human behavior
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World Literature Vocab(8-15)
Assurance
asylum
console
dilate
freedom from doubt
Institution for the care of children
to comfort
to make or become larger
Assurance
freedom from doubt
asylum
Institution for the care of children
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World Literature Vocabulary Unit 8
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
antipathy... The child showed great animosity toward his abusiv…
indifference... The apathy among the students was caused by the…
uneasy... Most students are apprehensive during exams, but if y…
1. to praise... 2. entrust... The teacher commended her for finall…
animosity
antipathy... The child showed great animosity toward his abusiv…
apathy
indifference... The apathy among the students was caused by the…
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ABEKA WORLD LITERATURE QUIZ 8
alliteration
euphony
consonance
assonance
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
smooth, pleasant effect
repetition of final consonant sounds
repetition of like vowel sounds followed by unlike consonants
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
euphony
smooth, pleasant effect
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World Literature (Block B) - List 8
poli, polis
stell
temp
-ure
city, government
star
time
action, process, function or group
poli, polis
city, government
stell
star
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World Literature Honors Vocab #8
Avow
Awry
Belabor
Burgeon
to claim; to declare boldly; to admit
off course; twisted to one side
to go over repeatedly, usually to an absurd extent
to expand; to flourish
Avow
to claim; to declare boldly; to admit
Awry
off course; twisted to one side
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WORLD LITERATURE HONORS Vocab #8
Acolyte (n.)
Admonitory (adj.)
Capricious (adj.)
Cornucopia (n.)
disciple; follower or attendant
scolding
given to changes in mood or behavior
symbol (horn filled with fruit etc.) denoting natural abundance
Acolyte (n.)
disciple; follower or attendant
Admonitory (adj.)
scolding
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world literature quiz 8 study
euphony
cacophony
alliteration
john updike
a soft, smooth, or pleasant effect
a rough, harsh, unpleasant effect
the use of initial vowel sounds that are the same
author that wrote about small town life in Pennsylvania
euphony
a soft, smooth, or pleasant effect
cacophony
a rough, harsh, unpleasant effect
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World Literature - Unit 8 Vocabulary
temper
ingrate
placebo
placid
to make less severe
one who is not properly thankful
something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
calm; undisturbed
temper
to make less severe
ingrate
one who is not properly thankful
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ABEKA WORLD LITERATURE QUIZ 8
alliteration
euphony
consonance
assonance
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
smooth, pleasant effect
repetition of final consonant sounds
repetition of like vowel sounds followed by unlike consonants
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
euphony
smooth, pleasant effect
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Vol. 8, Words 1-10 (World Literature)
connoisseur
asunder
blighted
aghast
an expert, particularly of art and taste
in separate parts
ruined, destroyed, withered
struck with fear, dread, or consternation
connoisseur
an expert, particularly of art and taste
asunder
in separate parts
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World Literature Vocab Quiz #8
enigma
dispatch
nocturnal
attest
A mystery or puzzle.... Ex: Science does not have enough evidenc…
To send to a specific place or on specific business.... Ex: When…
Of, about, or happening in the night; active at night.... Ex: Th…
To make a statement about something on the basis of personal…
enigma
A mystery or puzzle.... Ex: Science does not have enough evidenc…
dispatch
To send to a specific place or on specific business.... Ex: When…
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World Literature Units 5-8
convoluted
endorse
enhance
evade
intricate and complicated
to give approval or support to
improve; make better or clearer
to elude or avoid by cunning; to flee from a pursuer
convoluted
intricate and complicated
endorse
to give approval or support to
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world literature unit 8 vocab
Port
Importune
Importunate
Rapport
Carry
To beg
Very Demanding
A good relationship
Port
Carry
Importune
To beg
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ABEKA WORLD LITERATURE TEST 8
setting of "The Skater and the Wolves"
wrote ~The Call of the Wild~
Sarah Orne Jewett described life in wh…
Sarah Orne Jewett's masterpiece is ent…
Maine
Jack London
New England
~The Country of the Pointed Firs~
setting of "The Skater and the Wolves"
Maine
wrote ~The Call of the Wild~
Jack London
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Honors World Literature Vocab 8/8/16
Reproach
Render
Obstinate
Denounce
To find fault with
Give or supply
Unwillingness to yeild
To speak out against
Reproach
To find fault with
Render
Give or supply
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World Literature Unit 8-9
fixed form
continuous form
stanzaisc form
sonnet
traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
written line upon line with no grouping of lines or breaks
written in stanzas, groups of lines having the same metrical…
fourteen-line poem with a definite patter of two basic variet…
fixed form
traditional pattern which applies to the whole poem
continuous form
written line upon line with no grouping of lines or breaks
10 terms
World Literature Vocab Lesson 8
blight
cataclysm
decomposition
eradication
to have a negative affect on; to ruin OR something that ruins…
an intense and violent disaster or change
the process of rotting, breaking down, or disintegration
the act of tearing out by the roots, or of eliminating as if…
blight
to have a negative affect on; to ruin OR something that ruins…
cataclysm
an intense and violent disaster or change
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World Literature Quiz 8 Prep
Alliteration
Euphony
Conosonance
Assonace
...
Smooth ,Pleasnt efect
...
...
Alliteration
...
Euphony
Smooth ,Pleasnt efect
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Abeka World Literature Quiz 8
alliteration
euphony
consonance
assonance
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
smooth, pleasant effect
repetition of final consonant sounds
repetition of like vowel sounds followed by unlike consonants
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant or vowel sounds
euphony
smooth, pleasant effect
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British & World Literature Vocabulary List 8
amass
callow
depravity
execrable
accumulate
immature
moral corruption
very, very bad
amass
accumulate
callow
immature
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World Literature Authors-to-Know Units 1-8
Who wrote "A School of Facts"?
Who wrote "The Garden-Party"?
Who wrote "How They Brought the Good N…
Who wrote "The Ballad of the Harp-Weav…
Charles Dickens
Katherine Mansfield
Robert Browning
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Who wrote "A School of Facts"?
Charles Dickens
Who wrote "The Garden-Party"?
Katherine Mansfield
World Literature: Vocabulary Units 7 & 8
Austere
Beneficent
Cadaverous
Crass
(adj.) severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury…
(adj.) performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring ben…
(adj.) pale, gaunt, resembling a corpse
(adj.) coarse, unfeeling; stupid, vulgar
Austere
(adj.) severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury…
Beneficent
(adj.) performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring ben…
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World Literature
Plot
Theme
Rhythm
Rhyme
Arrangement of incidents or events in a story
The controlling idea or insight the author seeks to impart to…
The regular recurrence of sound or motion.
The correspondence of sounds.
Plot
Arrangement of incidents or events in a story
Theme
The controlling idea or insight the author seeks to impart to…
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World Literature Vocabulary Terms (8-29)
Audience
Narrator
Plot
Point of View (POV)
Who the author is writing for
Who is telling the story
The main event of the story
The mode of narration that an author empbys to let the reader…
Audience
Who the author is writing for
Narrator
Who is telling the story
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Honors World Literature Vocabulary Unit 8
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
(n.) strong dislike, bitter hostility ... s: enmity, rancor, ant…
(n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest ... s: indifference…
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future ... s: wo…
(v.) to praise, express approval, to present as worthy of att…
animosity
(n.) strong dislike, bitter hostility ... s: enmity, rancor, ant…
apathy
(n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest ... s: indifference…
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Abeka 10th Grade World Literature Unit 8
continuous form
stanza form
stanza
fixed form
form of poetry with no grouping of lines or breaks
form of poetry written with groups of lines having the same m…
groups of lines having the same metrical pattern repeated thr…
traditional pattern which applies to an entire poem
continuous form
form of poetry with no grouping of lines or breaks
stanza form
form of poetry written with groups of lines having the same m…
80 terms
World Literature Vocabulary Set #1-8
abet
coerce
divulge
dogmatic
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
to force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
to tell; reveal (as a secret)
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
abet
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
coerce
to force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
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World Literature Vocabulary Set #1-8
abet
coerce
divulge
dogmatic
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
to force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
to tell; reveal (as a secret)
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
abet
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
coerce
to force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
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World Literature Quiz #1
Who is the author of "The Garden Party"
What did Laura say when she saw the de…
What did Laura want to do when she hea…
"A School of Facts" was written by whom?
Katherine Mansfield
"Forgive my hat"
Cancel the Party
Charles Dickens
Who is the author of "The Garden Party"
Katherine Mansfield
What did Laura say when she saw the de…
"Forgive my hat"
Honors World Literature Vocabulary Lesson 8
Abate
Decorum
Abhor
Dole
To lessen in violence or intensity
Conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
To detest; to hate strongly
To distribute; to give out sparingly
Abate
To lessen in violence or intensity
Decorum
Conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
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Advanced World Literature - Unit 8 Vocabulary
plac
complacent
placebo
placid
to please
satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
calm; undisturbed
plac
to please
complacent
satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
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World Literature (Blake) Vocabulary Lesson 8
aegis
amends
conciliatory
conducive
noun. Protection; sponsorship; guidance.
noun. Compensation for a wrong
adjective. Peacemaking; appeasing; intended to overcome distr…
adjective. Tending to cause or bring about.
aegis
noun. Protection; sponsorship; guidance.
amends
noun. Compensation for a wrong
20 terms
World Literature Honors SAT Vocabulary List #8
Cliché
Contiguous
Damp
Ellipsis
(n.) overused expression
(adj.) adjacent; touching; abutting
(v.) reduce in extent
(n.) omission of essential words
Cliché
(n.) overused expression
Contiguous
(adj.) adjacent; touching; abutting
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World Literature Vocabulary Units 8-15
Unit 8
Assurance
Asylum
Console
...
A pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
An institution for the care of children, elderly, etc.; a pla…
To comfort; the keyboard of an organ; a control panel for an…
Unit 8
...
Assurance
A pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
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