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8th Grade English Vocabulary
inference
procedure
purpose
narrative
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
the reason for which something is done or created or for whic…
a story or sequence of events
inference
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
procedure
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
10 terms
8th English Vocabulary 2
iridescent
pauper
reconciliation
reiterated
showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from di…
a very poor person
the restoration of friendly relations
say something again or a number of times, typically for empha…
iridescent
showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from di…
pauper
a very poor person
10 terms
8th English Vocabulary 1
aghast
adulation
condolences
disconsolate
filled with horror or shock
excessive pride or admiration
expression of sympathy
without consolation or comfort; unhappy
aghast
filled with horror or shock
adulation
excessive pride or admiration
8 terms
8th English Vocabulary 4
eluded
alluded
miscue
exemplified
evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically…
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at
informal word for making a mistake
be a typical example of
eluded
evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically…
alluded
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at
10 terms
8th English Vocabulary 3
adjudication
adage
strays
obstinacy
A formal judgment on a disputed matter.
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth which…
Moves away aimlessly from a group or from the right course or…
stubbornness, inflexibility
adjudication
A formal judgment on a disputed matter.
adage
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth which…
8th Grade English Vocabulary
inference
procedure
purpose
narrative
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
the reason for which something is done or created or for whic…
a story or sequence of events
inference
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
procedure
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
12 terms
8th Grade English Vocabulary
inference
procedure
purpose
narrative
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
the reason for which something is done or created or for whic…
a story or sequence of events
inference
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
procedure
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
38 terms
Vocabulary Words 8th Grade English
Sandal
Snowbank
Heralding
Sternness
Noun... any of various low shoes or slippers
Noun... a mound of snow, as a snowdrift or snow shoveled from a…
Verb... a person or thing that proclaims or announces
Noun... firm, strict, or uncompromising
Sandal
Noun... any of various low shoes or slippers
Snowbank
Noun... a mound of snow, as a snowdrift or snow shoveled from a…
8th Grade English Vocab
Obsolete
Obstinate
Obsess
Obliterate
no longer in general use; out of date
stubborn
to think and talk about someone or something in an unhealthy…
to destroy completely
Obsolete
no longer in general use; out of date
Obstinate
stubborn
8th Grade English Vocabulary
Renounce
Insolent
Simultaneous
Incredulous
To give up
Boldly rude or disrespectful
Happening at the same time
Disbelieving
Renounce
To give up
Insolent
Boldly rude or disrespectful
65 terms
8th grade English vocab definitions
Conspicuous... 1
Declare... 1
Eloquent (eloquence)... 1
Exhibit... 1
easily or plainly seen
to make known; to state openly
skilled at speaking or writing; having the power to move people
to show in public; an item or collection of items in a public…
Conspicuous... 1
easily or plainly seen
Declare... 1
to make known; to state openly
English 8th Jan 17
community
construct
exhibit
extinct
a group of people who live in the same area
to build or make something
to show something to the public
having died out
community
a group of people who live in the same area
construct
to build or make something
English 8th Jan 9
ceremony
climate
device
difficulty
actions, words, and often music to mark an important event
the usual weather in an area
a machine that does a particular job
not easy
ceremony
actions, words, and often music to mark an important event
climate
the usual weather in an area
English 8th December 5
candidate
develop
fossil
improve
someone who is applying for a job or running in an election
to grow or build on something
the remains of a plant or an animal from millions of years ago
to make better
candidate
someone who is applying for a job or running in an election
develop
to grow or build on something
English 8th November 28
achieve
ancient
campaign
celebrate
to do something successfully
very old
the event and activities held to help someone win an election
a joyous ceremony or gathering
achieve
to do something successfully
ancient
very old
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8th Grade english sheets
Crave
irrelevant
myriad
urbane
Disire
not related to
countless numbers
polished, civilized
Crave
Disire
irrelevant
not related to
English 8th Jan 3
century
culture
enormous
frigid
a period of 100 years
the way of life, ideas, customs, and traditions of a group of…
very large
very cold
century
a period of 100 years
culture
the way of life, ideas, customs, and traditions of a group of…
9 terms
English 8th
Recede
Fettered
Remonstrate
Latent
Go or move back or further away from a previous postition
Restain with chains or manacles , typically aroumd the ankles
Make a forcefully reproachful protest
Existing but not yet developed or manifest hidden or conceal
Recede
Go or move back or further away from a previous postition
Fettered
Restain with chains or manacles , typically aroumd the ankles
10 terms
English - 8th
contribute
immigrate
reaction
relocate
to give or supply for a common purpose
to enter and settle in a new country
a response to something
to move to a new place
contribute
to give or supply for a common purpose
immigrate
to enter and settle in a new country
8th English Jan 30
flutter
clutch
dodge
heartbreaking
wave or flap quickly
grab or hold onto very tightly
to move quickly to avoid someone or something
very sad or upsetting
flutter
wave or flap quickly
clutch
grab or hold onto very tightly
Close Reading Terms 8th English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Plot
Emotions and connections associated with a word
The dictionary definition of a word
To use figurative language to represent objects, actions and…
used to describe the events that make up a story or the main…
Connotation
Emotions and connections associated with a word
Denotation
The dictionary definition of a word
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8th English
baffle
deface
futile
harbor
frustrate, confound, foil
disfigure, mar, damage
vain, useless, unavailing
protect, secure, shelter
baffle
frustrate, confound, foil
deface
disfigure, mar, damage
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #9
adjacent
induce
mortify
foliage
next to: neighboring
to persuade
embarrass
leaves and flowers
adjacent
next to: neighboring
induce
to persuade
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #7
potential
demise
restore
despot
possibility
end
rebuild
someone with all the power
potential
possibility
demise
end
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #8
foray
impotent
malevolent
taciturn
short journey
Powerless
Evil
quiet
foray
short journey
impotent
Powerless
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #6
reproach
timid
endure
desolate
to criticize
shy
to deal with despite difficulty
barren; empty
reproach
to criticize
timid
shy
10 terms
8th English - Lesson 20
eminence
inconsequential
indispensable
indubitably
a position of fame, superiority
lacking importance
required, essential
clearly, without a doubt
eminence
a position of fame, superiority
inconsequential
lacking importance
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #10
articulate
peril
vague
commence
able to speak and express oneself clearly
danger
unclear
begin
articulate
able to speak and express oneself clearly
peril
danger
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8th DC English Poetry
poetry
rhyme
rhyme scheme
rhythm
A form of writing that often uses imagery, rhyme or rhythm to…
The repetition of the same sound at the end of several lines…
Pattern of rhymes at the end of lines of poetry
A musical quality produced by the repetition of stressed and…
poetry
A form of writing that often uses imagery, rhyme or rhythm to…
rhyme
The repetition of the same sound at the end of several lines…
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #13
bland
connive
denote
disillusion
nonirritating; tranquil
To cooperate secretly
to signify something
disappointed, dissatisfied
bland
nonirritating; tranquil
connive
To cooperate secretly
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #3
ingenuity
elegant
distress
dainty
cleverly inventive or successful
graceful and refined
Great pain, anxiety or sorrow
of delicate beauty
ingenuity
cleverly inventive or successful
elegant
graceful and refined
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #15
enmity
fervently
nullify
appease
hostility; animosity
exhibiting great intensity or feeling
to make of no use or value; cancel
to relieve; calm; soothe
enmity
hostility; animosity
fervently
exhibiting great intensity or feeling
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #11
subsequently
subtle
imprudent
disregard
coming after something; following
difficult to understand or perceive; slight
lacking good judgment
pay no attention to; ignore
subsequently
coming after something; following
subtle
difficult to understand or perceive; slight
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #2
dread
lore
superstition
repast
to fear greatly
set of knowledge
a blindly accepted belief or notion; (e.g., four leaf clovers…
a meal; the time in which a meal is eaten
dread
to fear greatly
lore
set of knowledge
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #12
adamant
inevitable
discreet
temerity
determined, unyielding
not able to be avoided
subtle; good at keep secrets; avoid attention
boldness; recklessness
adamant
determined, unyielding
inevitable
not able to be avoided
18 terms
English 8th
Domesticity (c)-
Epiphany(n)-
Coveted(v)-
Acolyte (n)-
home and family life.
sudden moment of clear understanding or inspiration.
wanted desperately to possess something belonging to another.
follower,apprentice.
Domesticity (c)-
home and family life.
Epiphany(n)-
sudden moment of clear understanding or inspiration.
English 8th
Aloof
Austere
Bulwark
Cerebral
distant, reserved in manner; unlnvolved
Stern, unadorned
A defensive wall; something serving as a principal defense
Of or relating to the brain; an intellectual person
Aloof
distant, reserved in manner; unlnvolved
Austere
Stern, unadorned
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary # 4
observation
obvious
confer
deflated
a conclusion based upon looking closely
something very apparent
to talk to another about something
acted let down; let air out
observation
a conclusion based upon looking closely
obvious
something very apparent
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #5
Amiable
Condole
Enthrall
Dubious
Friendly;social
To express sympathy
To captivate or charm
Doubtful
Amiable
Friendly;social
Condole
To express sympathy
English 8th
Tendril
Splendor
Succumb
Triumphantly
Slender threadlike plant
Magnificent appearance
Feel to resist
Victorious
Tendril
Slender threadlike plant
Splendor
Magnificent appearance
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary # 14
assuage
augment
banter
digress
to lessen in severity
to make greater
to talk or exchange remarks in a good- mannered way
to turn aside from the main topic of attention
assuage
to lessen in severity
augment
to make greater
6 terms
English 8th
Acquire
Nuisance
Meritorious
Subordinate
To get or gian through hard work
Something that is annoying
Something worthy for a reward
Someone who is lesser in rank than someone else
Acquire
To get or gian through hard work
Nuisance
Something that is annoying
9 terms
8th English
Purpose
Claim
Counterclaim
Reason
To convince or persuade
*Stating what you want to prove... *Not just an opinion, what yo…
*The other side of an argument... *Provable and supportable, not…
Tells why, tells the importance, makes them care
Purpose
To convince or persuade
Claim
*Stating what you want to prove... *Not just an opinion, what yo…
26 terms
8th English
repugnant- adj.
surplus- noun
pertinent- adj.
potent- adj.
Causing a feeling of strong dislike or disgust
an amount that is more than needed
relating to the matter at hand
powerful, effective, or persuasive
repugnant- adj.
Causing a feeling of strong dislike or disgust
surplus- noun
an amount that is more than needed
15 terms
English 8th
abhor
affable
amiss
despondent
To shrink from disgust.
pleasant; approchable
Wrong or imperfect way.
utterly discouraged
abhor
To shrink from disgust.
affable
pleasant; approchable
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #18
congenial
flippant
impasse
perception
sociable
rude
a deadlock
a view
congenial
sociable
flippant
rude
English 8th
Dissimulation
Sagacity
Wane
Profound
To hide under false appearance
Ability to make good judgements
To become smaller or less
Having or showing great knowledge or understanding
Dissimulation
To hide under false appearance
Sagacity
Ability to make good judgements
7 terms
English 8th
Amoral
Atypical
Atheism
Apathy
Adj. not caring about right or wrong
Adj. unusual
N. No belief in God or a religion
N. Lack of interest or concerned
Amoral
Adj. not caring about right or wrong
Atypical
Adj. unusual
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #23
credible
cursory
designate
deviate
believable
done quickly and without attention to detail
to name an office or duty; appoint
to turn aside or stray, as from a path, direction, or standard
credible
believable
cursory
done quickly and without attention to detail
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #24
concurrent
confiscate
constitute
decipher
happening or existing at the same time
(v.) to seize by authority; to take and keep
To make up; be the parts of
to interpret, decode; work out meaning of
concurrent
happening or existing at the same time
confiscate
(v.) to seize by authority; to take and keep
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