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173 terms
AP English: Vocab A-P
Adit
Abattoir
Aficionado
Abstract
Also called entry. Mining. a nearly horizontal passage leadin…
Slaughterhouse
an ardent devotee; fan, enthusiast
a summary of a text, scientific article, document, speech, et…
Adit
Also called entry. Mining. a nearly horizontal passage leadin…
Abattoir
Slaughterhouse
26 terms
AP English a Rhetorical Terms (P)
pace
paradox
parallelism
parenthesis
the speed with which a plot moves from one event to another…
aa statement that seems untrue on the surface but it is true…
a set of similarly structured words, phrases, or clauses that…
an insertion of material that interrupts the typical flow of…
pace
the speed with which a plot moves from one event to another…
paradox
aa statement that seems untrue on the surface but it is true…
28 terms
AP English 11 Logical Fallacies and A&P
Hasty generalization
Non sequitur
Red Herring
Post hos, ergo propter hoc
The writer bases argument on insufficient or unrepresentative…
writer's conclusion is not a logical result of the facts
writer introduces an irrelevant idea to divert the reader's a…
The fact that one event follow another is not proof that the…
Hasty generalization
The writer bases argument on insufficient or unrepresentative…
Non sequitur
writer's conclusion is not a logical result of the facts
137 terms
AP English Literature and Composition: Terms A-P
Antagonist
Antithesis
Aphorism
Apollonian
A character or force in a work of literature that, by opposin…
A rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of a gr…
A short, pithy statement of a generally accepted truth or sen…
In contrast to Dionysian, it refers to the most noble, godlik…
Antagonist
A character or force in a work of literature that, by opposin…
Antithesis
A rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of a gr…
7 terms
AP English P.L.E.A.S.E.S
P in pleases
L in Pleases
E in Pleases (background/history)
A in Pleases
purpose
listeners
exigence
appeals
P in pleases
purpose
L in Pleases
listeners
59 terms
A&P Ap skel
Ilium
Pubic Bone
Ischium
Base of Sacrum
What is the Bone?
What is the Bone?
What is the Bone?
What is the bone marking?
Ilium
What is the Bone?
Pubic Bone
What is the Bone?
200 terms
AP English Language and Composition, Barron's Glossary Terms (a-p)
abstract
ad hominem
adage
allegory
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
A story in which a second meaning is to be read beneath the s…
abstract
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
ad hominem
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
32 terms
A&P II AP
leak K+ channels
voltage-gated K+ channels
At equilibrium,
electrochemical gradient
A Selective transmembrane K+ channels that remain open in the…
A transmembrane K+ channels that open and close relative to t…
There is no net movement of K+ ions and the electrical gradie…
The gradient of electrochemical potential for an ion to move…
leak K+ channels
A Selective transmembrane K+ channels that remain open in the…
voltage-gated K+ channels
A transmembrane K+ channels that open and close relative to t…
15 terms
AP ENGLISH P-R
paradox
paralipsis
parallelism
parody
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
giving emphasis by professing to say little or nothing about…
The use of components in a sentence that are grammatically th…
An imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
paradox
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
paralipsis
giving emphasis by professing to say little or nothing about…
15 terms
AP English Essay Unit A vs P & Clauses
active voice
The dog jumped onto the boy (a or p)
passive voice
The boy was jumped on by the dog (a or…
subject comes before the verb
active
subject is either unknown or comes after the verb
passive
active voice
subject comes before the verb
The dog jumped onto the boy (a or p)
active
189 terms
AP English Language and Composition, Barron's Glossary Terms (a-p)
abstract
ad hominem
adage
allegory
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
A story in which a second meaning is to be read beneath the s…
abstract
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
ad hominem
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
33 terms
English II P-AP A Doll's House Review
How do Nora and Torvald differ in thei…
What aspects of Nora's personality are…
How do these aspects of her personalit…
How do the inclusion of the macaroons…
Torvald is frugal. Nora is a "spendthrift".
Nora is confident that she is capable of making mature decisi…
Torvald treats her as a child and she acts as one. She knows…
The relationship between Torvald and Nora. It shows how Torva…
How do Nora and Torvald differ in thei…
Torvald is frugal. Nora is a "spendthrift".
What aspects of Nora's personality are…
Nora is confident that she is capable of making mature decisi…
A.P English vocab
condone
unctuous
sycophant
strumpet
to forgive
excessively flattering
self seeking flatterer
hooker
condone
to forgive
unctuous
excessively flattering
54 terms
A.P. English - moberly
intermittent
intangible
apprehend
elocution
coming and going at intervals
unable to be touched
take into custody; understand
art of speaking in public
intermittent
coming and going at intervals
intangible
unable to be touched
7 terms
AP English S.N.A.P R.E. D.O. F.A. F.A.
S
N (current outlook)
AP
RE
situation
now
proposition
reasonable evidence
S
situation
N (current outlook)
now
107 terms
A.P. English III
Artful Dodger
Augean Stables
Belling the cat
Brahmin
It Means a clever crook.
It represents a very difficult clean up or task, literal or f…
A person who helps his friends regardless of personal risk.
Refers to a social elite and intellectually refined person.
Artful Dodger
It Means a clever crook.
Augean Stables
It represents a very difficult clean up or task, literal or f…
10 terms
A.P English 2
Auspicious
Perquisite
Stoic
Hackneyed
Promising success A
A profit beyond regular pay N
One who is impassive to emotions N
Dull A
Auspicious
Promising success A
Perquisite
A profit beyond regular pay N
10 terms
A.P English 6
Enervate
Disparage
Cupidity
Apathy
To lesson the strenght V
To degrade someone V
An excessive desire for money N
Lack of emotion N
Enervate
To lesson the strenght V
Disparage
To degrade someone V
10 terms
A.P English 3
Itinerant
Mawkish
Ameliorate
Superficial
Traveling from place to place ,a
Sickly sentimental, a
To improve, V
Fake appearance, A
Itinerant
Traveling from place to place ,a
Mawkish
Sickly sentimental, a
10 terms
A.P English 1
Phlegmatic
Splenetic
Melancholy
Sanguine
A, unemotional and calm
A, bad temper
N, feelings of pensive sadness
A, optimistic
Phlegmatic
A, unemotional and calm
Splenetic
A, bad temper
10 terms
A.P. English #1
phlegmatic
splenetic
melancholy
sanguine
adj having a calm or apathetic temperament
adj of or affecting the spleen/ irritable, peevish, or spiteful
n a gloomy state of mind; dejection/ affected with melancholy…
adj cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident/ reddish; ru…
phlegmatic
adj having a calm or apathetic temperament
splenetic
adj of or affecting the spleen/ irritable, peevish, or spiteful
12 terms
Ap English letter p
Paradox
Parrallelism /parallel construction /p…
Parody
Pedantic
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or opposed…
This term comes from he Greek roots meaning "beside one anoth…
A work imitates another authors style of working in order to…
Describes the words or phrases used that are too academic ,sc…
Paradox
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or opposed…
Parrallelism /parallel construction /p…
This term comes from he Greek roots meaning "beside one anoth…
19 terms
A Raisin in the sun P/AP
Hansberry used Mrs. Johnson to
stage directions
Beneatha's character foil
Beneatha is
foreshadows bombings
show true emotions
NOBODY
passionate
Hansberry used Mrs. Johnson to
foreshadows bombings
stage directions
show true emotions
14 terms
week 8 A.P. English
adverse (adj.)
brazen (adj.)
bourgeois (n.)
construe (v.)
unfavorable, dangerous
excessively bold, brash
a middle class person
to interpret
adverse (adj.)
unfavorable, dangerous
brazen (adj.)
excessively bold, brash
20 terms
AP LIT A-P
Anachronism
Aphorism
Archaism
Canto
"misplaced in time"; ex. Julius Caesar forgets to take off hi…
short and witty saying; ex. "Classic? A book which people pra…
deliberately old fashioned language; used to create feelings…
name for a section division in a long work of poetry; similar…
Anachronism
"misplaced in time"; ex. Julius Caesar forgets to take off hi…
Aphorism
short and witty saying; ex. "Classic? A book which people pra…
A.P English - Quiz
Tone
Allusion
Syntax
Anaphora
the general character or attitude of a place, piece of writin…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
how the chosen words are used to form a sentence
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
Tone
the general character or attitude of a place, piece of writin…
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
20 terms
A&P - AP
A&P
A&P
AAA
ABG
anatomy and physiology
auscultation and percussion
abdominal aortic aneurysm
arterial blood gases
A&P
anatomy and physiology
A&P
auscultation and percussion
20 terms
AP ENGLISH P2
Abbreviate
Adulation
Aesthetic
Anachronistic
to shorten, abridge
high praise
pertaining to beauty or the arts
out-of-ate, no attributed to the correct historical period
Abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
Adulation
high praise
13 terms
AP English p.2
Denotation
Diction
Didactic
Epistrophe
Strict, literal definition of a word w/out any emotion, atitu…
Writers word choices (ex:formal or informal)
Works that have primary aim of teaching
Repetition at the end of a clause
Denotation
Strict, literal definition of a word w/out any emotion, atitu…
Diction
Writers word choices (ex:formal or informal)
26 terms
Ap English P
Pace
Paradox
Parallelism
Parenthesis
Speed in which a plot moves from one event to another
Statement that seems untrue on the surface but is true nevert…
Set of similar words,phrases, clauses that appear in text... Lik…
Insertion of material that interrupts flow of material
Pace
Speed in which a plot moves from one event to another
Paradox
Statement that seems untrue on the surface but is true nevert…
AP ENGLISH LANG P
pace
paradox
parallelism
parenthesis
the speech with which a plot moves from one event to another
a statement that seems untrue on the surface but is true neve…
a set of similarly structured words, phrases, or clauses that…
an insertion of material that interrupts the typical flow of…
pace
the speech with which a plot moves from one event to another
paradox
a statement that seems untrue on the surface but is true neve…
53 terms
P-AP English 10
Puritan
Elect
Rationalism
Deism
Number of Protestant groups that sought to purify the Church…
Idea that the person was to go to heaven, showed in actions a…
Human beings could arrive at truth by using reason, rather th…
Universe is orderly and good, and perfectibility through use…
Puritan
Number of Protestant groups that sought to purify the Church…
Elect
Idea that the person was to go to heaven, showed in actions a…
18 terms
AP English Ms.P
rhetorical device
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
A technique that a speaker uses to convey to the audience a m…
The three elements to the art of persuasion as defined by Ari…
Credibility or ethical appeal. ... Means convincing by the chara…
Logical means persuading by the use of reasoning through the…
rhetorical device
A technique that a speaker uses to convey to the audience a m…
rhetorical appeals
The three elements to the art of persuasion as defined by Ari…
English Terminology A-P
active voice
allegory
alliteration
allusion
"the boy killed the ant" NOT "the ant was killed by the boy"
Animal Farm/ Pilgrims Progress; story with an underlying mean…
"peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers"
"its raining so hard, hopefully it wont rain for 40 days and…
active voice
"the boy killed the ant" NOT "the ant was killed by the boy"
allegory
Animal Farm/ Pilgrims Progress; story with an underlying mean…
25 terms
English P-AP terms
Accord
Annulment
Arduous
Astute
agreement, state of harmony
a voiding, invalidation
very difficult to accomplish or to achieve, very demanding
shrewd, perceptive
Accord
agreement, state of harmony
Annulment
a voiding, invalidation
52 terms
AP English Glossary (G-P)
genre
harangue
homily
hubris
a term used to describe literary forms
a forceful sermon, lecture, or tirade
a lecture or sermon on a religious or moral theme meant to gu…
excessive pride that often affects tone
genre
a term used to describe literary forms
harangue
a forceful sermon, lecture, or tirade
39 terms
P-AP English WODS
honeymoon
secular
Tin Pan Alley
anticlimactic
•German- adding night/month... •the holding spent together by a…
•adj, Latin- of an age/ generation... •relating to worldly thing…
noun, at turn of 20tj century a dur strict of NYC where there…
•adj, Greek- against/ ladder, slope/ characteristic of... •havin…
honeymoon
•German- adding night/month... •the holding spent together by a…
secular
•adj, Latin- of an age/ generation... •relating to worldly thing…
27 terms
AP English Unit 1 P+P Vocab
fastidious
affectation
ductility
civil/civility
adj. ... paying close attention to details; hard to please
noun... show or pretense; artificial show or display
noun... ability to be molded and shaped; quality of being easily…
adj/noun... polite/courtesy
fastidious
adj. ... paying close attention to details; hard to please
affectation
noun... show or pretense; artificial show or display
165 terms
A.P. English Language Vocab
adroit
adulterate
adventitious
aegis
skillful, clever
to make impure, contaminate (verb)... impure (adj.)
accidental, nonessential
a shield, protection, sponsorship
adroit
skillful, clever
adulterate
to make impure, contaminate (verb)... impure (adj.)
24 terms
A.P. English - Tone Words
Audacious
Nostalgic
Somber
Didactic
(adj.) bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
longing for something past or far away; homesick; pensive; ca…
Dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
From the Greek, didactic literally means "teaching." Didactic…
Audacious
(adj.) bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
Nostalgic
longing for something past or far away; homesick; pensive; ca…
21 terms
AP english 'A' vocab
Ad Hominem Argument
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
an argument that attacks the opposing speaker or another pers…
fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
the repetition of constant sounds, usually at the beginning o…
passing reference to a familiar person, place, or thing drawn…
Ad Hominem Argument
an argument that attacks the opposing speaker or another pers…
Allegory
fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
23 terms
Ap English A set
Bountiful
Titanic
Rotund
Scant
In great supply, Abundant
Awesome in size or effect, monumental
Round of body, chubby
Barely enough, meager insufficient
Bountiful
In great supply, Abundant
Titanic
Awesome in size or effect, monumental
9 terms
English A&P vocabulary
Any of various red cosmetics for color…
Carefully weighed or considered; studi…
Formally precise or proper, as persons…
To walk with a leisurely gait.... stroll…
Rouge
deliberate
Prim
saunter
Any of various red cosmetics for color…
Rouge
Carefully weighed or considered; studi…
deliberate
21 terms
AP english A-D
ambiguity
anadiplosis
anapestic
anaphora
multiple meanings
the reputation of a key word
a foot in poetry with two unstressed syllables followed by on…
repeating a word or phrase @ the beginning of word or a phras…
ambiguity
multiple meanings
anadiplosis
the reputation of a key word
12 terms
AP English Vocab A
patronizing
sanguine
chauvinistic
rectitude
condescending; rude; acting as if superior
cheery, optimistic
showing a prejudiced belief in superiority of one's kind
the quality of moral correctness
patronizing
condescending; rude; acting as if superior
sanguine
cheery, optimistic
18 terms
AP English Vocab O/P
Obdurate
Onerous
Oblate
Opprobrium
unmoved by persuasion, pity, or tender feelings; stubborn; un…
burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing hardship; hav…
flattened at the poles, as a spheroid generated by the revolu…
the disgrace or the reproach incurred by conduct considered o…
Obdurate
unmoved by persuasion, pity, or tender feelings; stubborn; un…
Onerous
burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing hardship; hav…
30 terms
AP English A-B
Accusing
admiring
admonitory
affectionate
allege apprehend arraign
adore applaud appreciate
exemplary monitory reproachful
all-over attached caring
Accusing
allege apprehend arraign
admiring
adore applaud appreciate
23 terms
AP English Vocab A
archetype (N)
prototype (N)
dearth (N)
girth (N)
the first/ one of its kind, the model; a typical representati…
the first/ one of its kind, the model; a typical representati…
scarcity or lack; paucity
the measurement around
archetype (N)
the first/ one of its kind, the model; a typical representati…
prototype (N)
the first/ one of its kind, the model; a typical representati…
20 terms
AP ENGLISH A VOCABULARY
Abstract
Ad hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
Something that exists in thought but not in physical existence
Appealing to emotion rather than logic
A story picture or poem that can conceal a hidden meaning
Repeated constant sounds
Abstract
Something that exists in thought but not in physical existence
Ad hominem
Appealing to emotion rather than logic
32 terms
A.P. English Chapter 3
ad hominem
ad populum
appeal to false authority
argument
(fallacy)switching the argument to another issue
(fallacy)(band wagon appeal) "Everyone is doing it so it must…
(fallacy)When someone with no experience on an issue is cited…
A process of reasoned inquiry; a persuasive discourse resulti…
ad hominem
(fallacy)switching the argument to another issue
ad populum
(fallacy)(band wagon appeal) "Everyone is doing it so it must…
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