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19 terms
Gifted AP English 11 terms
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
Device of using character and/or story elements symbolically…
Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants in two or…
A direct or indirect reference to something that is commonly…
The multiple meanings (intentional or unintentional) of a wor…
Allegory
Device of using character and/or story elements symbolically…
Alliteration
Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants in two or…
20 terms
9 November Gifted English II
disarmament
integral
propaganda
monolithic
Reduction of armed forces and weapons
necessary for completeness
Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cau…
massive, solid, uniform, and unyielding
disarmament
Reduction of armed forces and weapons
integral
necessary for completeness
20 terms
9 November Gifted English I
epithet
adversary
nectar
appalled
an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality chara…
An enemy, opponent
drink of the gods; sweet liquid collected by bees
horrified, shocked
epithet
an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality chara…
adversary
An enemy, opponent
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english 9-the gift of magi
author
inference
irony
point of view
(1862-1910), birth name- William Sydney Porter, went to jail,…
from the amount of money she has to spend, you can infer that…
he sold his watch to buy combs for his wife, but she cut and…
third person omniscient
author
(1862-1910), birth name- William Sydney Porter, went to jail,…
inference
from the amount of money she has to spend, you can infer that…
14 terms
English 9 The Gift of The Magi
Setting of the story
Della's dilemma at the beginning of th…
inference
Situational irony
Early 1900's; Christmas time
She didn't have enough money for Jim's gift
to guess something about the present
They each sold their prized possession and bought each other…
Setting of the story
Early 1900's; Christmas time
Della's dilemma at the beginning of th…
She didn't have enough money for Jim's gift
25 terms
The Gift of Magi: English 9
Instigates
Agile
Depreciate
Cascade
Urges on to some action.
Moving with ease.
Lower the value of.
Waterfall
Instigates
Urges on to some action.
Agile
Moving with ease.
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List#9
Exacting
Irrevocable
Felicity
Fortitude
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
Noun : intense happiness
Noun : strength of mind that allows kne to endure in pain or…
Exacting
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Irrevocable
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
12 terms
List 9 gifted English 2
Espouse
Erratum
Luminary
Beguile
To express support (verb)
Error (noun)
A wise or enlightened person (noun)
To trick or deceive (verb)
Espouse
To express support (verb)
Erratum
Error (noun)
16 terms
Gift of magi. English 9
Calculated
Craved
Hysterical
Immediate
Estimated; figured with numbers
Wanted to an extreme degree
Very excited, frightened , or angry
Happening or done at once
Calculated
Estimated; figured with numbers
Craved
Wanted to an extreme degree
50 terms
Literary Terms for English 3 AP Gifted
Allusion
Allegory
Anastrophe
Anecdote
A reference anyone can understand.... Ex: That famous person did…
A story with hidden meaning. Usually moral or political.... Ex:…
the inversion of the usual order of words or clauses. A turni…
A short story about a real person or incident. ... Ex: So I kno…
Allusion
A reference anyone can understand.... Ex: That famous person did…
Allegory
A story with hidden meaning. Usually moral or political.... Ex:…
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The Gift of The Magi Vocabulary English 9
Instigates
Depreciate
Scrutiny
Coveted
Urges on; Stirs up
To decrease in value
Critical observation or examination
Greedily desired or wished for
Instigates
Urges on; Stirs up
Depreciate
To decrease in value
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the gift of the magi test english9
dramatic irony
avuncular
theme
allusion
the irony used in the story (something the reader knows that…
like an uncle; the tone used in the story
selflessness,, sacrifice for the ones you love
story of the 3 kings; something to reference
dramatic irony
the irony used in the story (something the reader knows that…
avuncular
like an uncle; the tone used in the story
15 terms
English Aarons Gift 9/29
main characters
Setting
exposition
rising action part one
Aaron,pidge,grandma,Carl/gang
modern day time in the city
Aaron likes to rollerskate he lives in an apartment in the city
Aaron finds a pigeon injured and needs Aarons help. Aaron bri…
main characters
Aaron,pidge,grandma,Carl/gang
Setting
modern day time in the city
20 terms
Gifted English I: 9/19/16
precipitous (precipice)
acquiesce
marauder (marauding)
pinioned
Very steep
To accept without protest
a raider, plunderer
Confined; held down
precipitous (precipice)
Very steep
acquiesce
To accept without protest
20 terms
Gifted English I: 9/26/16
incessantly (cease)
dinginess (dingy)
disconsolate (console, consolation)
curio
Continuing without interruption
discoloration due to dirtiness
Inconsolable
small, ornate decoration on furniture
incessantly (cease)
Continuing without interruption
dinginess (dingy)
discoloration due to dirtiness
20 terms
Gifted English I: 9/6/16
compel
rampant
surreal
timid
to force
growing without check, running wild
outside common reality
timorous, shy
compel
to force
rampant
growing without check, running wild
20 terms
Gifted English I: 9/12/16
transcend
eerie (eerily)
uniformity (uniform, united)
predicament
to rise above or beyond, exceed
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
sameness; monotony
difficult situation
transcend
to rise above or beyond, exceed
eerie (eerily)
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
12 terms
2: Gifted English Vocab List #9
Espouse
Erratum
Luminary
Beguile
(v.) to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to…
(n.) an error in writing
Noun: a very successful person
(v.) to trick, deceive: something that catches your eye
Espouse
(v.) to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to…
Erratum
(n.) an error in writing
10 terms
WIHS-English-9-"The Gift of the Magi" Voc.
instigates
agile
depreciate
cascade
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
moving with ease
make something seem less important; lower the value of
waterfall
instigates
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
agile
moving with ease
20 terms
English 9 The Gift of the Magi and The Lady, or the Tiger?
instigates
agile
depreciate
cascade
v. urges on to some action usually negative, or sets somethin…
adj. moving with ease
v. make something seem less important; lower the value of
n. waterfall
instigates
v. urges on to some action usually negative, or sets somethin…
agile
adj. moving with ease
20 terms
22 August, Gifted English III, TKAM, ch 6-9,
beckoning
vaguely
reckon
ascertain
Calling, summoning
not clearly expressed
expect, believe, or suppose
To find out
beckoning
Calling, summoning
vaguely
not clearly expressed
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English 9 Honors: The Gift of Magi Vocabulary
chronicle
instigate
falter
agile
To record information; usually done in chronological order
To urge on; stir up
To waver in confidence; to hesitate
Moving with ease
chronicle
To record information; usually done in chronological order
instigate
To urge on; stir up
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L9 - English midterm Gift of the Magi
has no money for the holidays
grandfather's pocket watch
hair
sell her hair
Della is crying at the beginning of the story because she ___…
Jim's most valuable possession is his _________
Della's biggest treasure is her ________
Della visits Mme. Sofronie because Della wants to _______
has no money for the holidays
Della is crying at the beginning of the story because she ___…
grandfather's pocket watch
Jim's most valuable possession is his _________
10 terms
Vocabulary - 'Gift of the Magi' English Honors Grade 9
Instigate
Vestibule
Agile
Falter
V. To stir up; provoke
N. A small entryway within a building
Adj. able to move quickly and easily
V. To hesitate from lack of courage or confidence
Instigate
V. To stir up; provoke
Vestibule
N. A small entryway within a building
The Gift of the Magi/ English 9-3/ Mrs. Smith
instigates
agile
depreciate
cascade
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
move with ease
make something seem less important; t lower the value of
waterfall
instigates
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
agile
move with ease
18 terms
Honors English 9- "The Gift of the Magi" Vocabulary
instigates
agile
depreciate
cascade
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
moving with ease
make something seem less important; lower the value of
waterfall
instigates
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
agile
moving with ease
20 terms
14 March Gifted English I OM&M p 1-9
mottled
juncture
recumbent
skittering
Spotted
point of time, especially where two things are joined
lying down
Moving rapidly; skipping
mottled
Spotted
juncture
point of time, especially where two things are joined
10 terms
AP English 9 Vocab Week 9
weather
diminish
jostle
sabotage
(v) to wear away
(v) to make or become smaller
(v) to bump roughly against someone
(v) to cause deliberate damage to something
weather
(v) to wear away
diminish
(v) to make or become smaller
10 terms
AP English 9 Vocab week of 9/21
attentive
subside
somber
brackish
(adj) paying attention
(V) becoming less intense
(adj) dark in color/tone
(adj) salty flavor of water
attentive
(adj) paying attention
subside
(V) becoming less intense
15 terms
AP English List 9
abject
bereavement
defy
desist
adj. utterly hopeless, miserable, humiliating, or wretched
n. a period of mourning after a loss, especially after the de…
v. to challenge the power of; resist boldly or openly
v. to cease, as from some action or proceeding; stop
abject
adj. utterly hopeless, miserable, humiliating, or wretched
bereavement
n. a period of mourning after a loss, especially after the de…
10 terms
AP English Vocab 9
affront
blase'
cajole
choleric
an action or remark that causes outrage or offense
unimpressed or indifferent to something because one has exper…
persuade someone to do something by sustained coaxing or flat…
bad tempered or irritable
affront
an action or remark that causes outrage or offense
blase'
unimpressed or indifferent to something because one has exper…
11 terms
AP English: Week 9
Alacrity
Aplomb
Barrage
Cognizant
(N.): A cheerful readiness; brisk and eager action. ... Synonym:…
(N.): Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendiculari…
(N.): A curtain of artillery fire; any overwhelming attack, a…
(Adj.): Aware; having knowledge of something. ... Synonym: infor…
Alacrity
(N.): A cheerful readiness; brisk and eager action. ... Synonym:…
Aplomb
(N.): Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendiculari…
64 terms
Pre AP English 9
-dicto-
pan-
dis-
-mono-
say
across
seperate
one
-dicto-
say
pan-
across
20 terms
14 March Gifted English I OM&M p 1-9
mottled
juncture
recumbent
skittering
spotted
an act of joining; combining.
lying down; reclining; leaning.
to go, run, or glide lightly or rapidly.
mottled
spotted
juncture
an act of joining; combining.
34 terms
Pre AP English 9
Bindle
Morosely
Brusquely
Contorted
A blanket roll that carries clothes and personal items
Sullenly, melancholy, gloomy
Abrupt and curt in Manner or speech
Twisted
Bindle
A blanket roll that carries clothes and personal items
Morosely
Sullenly, melancholy, gloomy
10 terms
AP English 9
Extended Metaphor
Euphemism
Prose
Exposition
A metaphor stretched through many sentences
A polite word or phrase that refers to a harsher or more impo…
Form of language with no structure
Writing that explains, informs, or analysis information
Extended Metaphor
A metaphor stretched through many sentences
Euphemism
A polite word or phrase that refers to a harsher or more impo…
10 terms
AP English Vocab #9
Alacrity
Aplomb
Barrage
Cognizant
Brisk and cheerful readiness
Self-confidence
Artillery bombardment over a wide area
Having knowledge or being aware
Alacrity
Brisk and cheerful readiness
Aplomb
Self-confidence
21 terms
English 9 pre-ap
Ray Bradbury
ecsape literature
Interpretive literature
Dystopia
author of science fiction
Takes the reader away from real life
Takes the reader deeper into the real world
antinym of utopia
Ray Bradbury
author of science fiction
ecsape literature
Takes the reader away from real life
20 terms
AP English vocab 9/16
reprobate
prepossess
abstruse
reverential
a depraved, unprincipled, or wicked person
to possess or dominate mentally beforehand, as a prejudice do…
hard to understand; recondite; esoteric
of the nature of or characterized by reverence; reverent
reprobate
a depraved, unprincipled, or wicked person
prepossess
to possess or dominate mentally beforehand, as a prejudice do…
10 terms
AP English 9 Vocab Week 8
adversary
repugnant
terse
waft
(n) opponent or enemy
(adj) causing disgust; offensive
(adj) brief and to the point
(v) to float in the air
adversary
(n) opponent or enemy
repugnant
(adj) causing disgust; offensive
20 terms
AP English Vocab 9
beatitude
bete noire
bode
dank
(n) a state of perfect happiness or blessedness; a blessing
(n) someone or something that one especially dislikes, dreads…
(v) to be an omen of; to indicate by signs
(adj) unpleasantly damp or wet
beatitude
(n) a state of perfect happiness or blessedness; a blessing
bete noire
(n) someone or something that one especially dislikes, dreads…
10 terms
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
10 terms
AP English 9
elliptics
behoove
serendipitous
epiphany
of or relating to extreme economy of oral or written expressi…
to be necessary or proper
to have luck that takes the form of finding valuable or pleas…
a moment in which you suddenly see or understand something in…
elliptics
of or relating to extreme economy of oral or written expressi…
behoove
to be necessary or proper
10 terms
AP English vocab 9
obtuse
oscillate
incessant
onerous
(adj) not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect
(v) to swing or move to and fro; to vacillate between differi…
(adj) continuing without interruption; ceaseless
(adj) burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome
obtuse
(adj) not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect
oscillate
(v) to swing or move to and fro; to vacillate between differi…
20 terms
AP English 9.1
Beseech
Capitulate
Nonplused
Deprecate
To implore; to make an earnest and sincere request
To give up all resistance; to acquiesce; to surrender
Bewildered; perplexed; confounded
To express disapproval; to belittle ; to put down
Beseech
To implore; to make an earnest and sincere request
Capitulate
To give up all resistance; to acquiesce; to surrender
10 terms
Ap English week 9
Relegate
Dogmatic
Adamant
Indolent
(Verb)To send or consign to an inferior position, place, or c…
(Adjective)Asserting opinions on a doctrinaire or arrogant ma…
(Adjective)Utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite…
(Adjective)1.Having or showing a disposition to avoid exertio…
Relegate
(Verb)To send or consign to an inferior position, place, or c…
Dogmatic
(Adjective)Asserting opinions on a doctrinaire or arrogant ma…
35 terms
AP English Vocabulary List #9
peccadillo
harbinger
vitiate
subjugate
n. a minor offense
n. one that indicates or foreshadows what is to come; forerun…
v. to make impure; to pollute
v. to subdue and dominate
peccadillo
n. a minor offense
harbinger
n. one that indicates or foreshadows what is to come; forerun…
18 terms
AP English Vocab #9
Provocative
Bumpkin
Toady
Culpable
(adj.) Tending to excite or stimulate.... • Synonyms: *Provoki…
(n.) An unsophisticated, awkward person.... • Synonyms: Yokel;…
(n.) A person who flatters for personal gain.... • Synonyms: S…
(adj.) Deserving blame or condemnation; guilty.... • Synonym…
Provocative
(adj.) Tending to excite or stimulate.... • Synonyms: *Provoki…
Bumpkin
(n.) An unsophisticated, awkward person.... • Synonyms: Yokel;…
20 terms
AP English Vocab #9
acri
carn
cruc, crux
dign
bitter
flesh
cross
worthy
acri
bitter
carn
flesh
20 terms
AP English Unit 9 Vocab
beatitude
bete noire
bode
dank
(n.) a state of perfect happiness or blessedness; a blessing…
(n.) someone or something that one especially dislikes, dread…
(v.) to be an omen of; to indicate by signs... SYNONYMS: presag…
(adj.) unpleasantly damp or wet... SYNONYMS: clammy, moist, soggy
beatitude
(n.) a state of perfect happiness or blessedness; a blessing…
bete noire
(n.) someone or something that one especially dislikes, dread…
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