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AP English 11 - Whitman Vocab
rhapsody
jingoism
sartorial
peruse
an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling
extreme patriotism, especially in the form of aggressive or w…
of or relating to tailoring, clothes, or style of dress
read (something), typically in a thorough or careful way
rhapsody
an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling
jingoism
extreme patriotism, especially in the form of aggressive or w…
Whitman+Morrison Vocab Quiz-AP English 11
fervor
sidled
salve
rife
(n.) intense and passionate feeling
(v.) walk in a furtive, unobtrusive, or timid manner, especia…
(n.) an ointment used to promote healing of the skin or as pr…
(adj.) widespread, commonplace, especially of something undes…
fervor
(n.) intense and passionate feeling
sidled
(v.) walk in a furtive, unobtrusive, or timid manner, especia…
AP English Vocab Level H Unit 4
Affinity
Bilious
Cognate
Corollary
(n.) A natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
(adj.) Peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
(adj.) Closely related in origin, essential nature, or functi…
(n.) A proposition that follows from one already proven; a na…
Affinity
(n.) A natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
Bilious
(adj.) Peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
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AP Terms for H English
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Atmosphere
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
AP English Vocab H
cogent
exacerbate
trepidation
altruism
logically forceful; compelling; convincing
to aggravate; to intensify the bad qualities of
fear, anxiety
unselfish concern for others
cogent
logically forceful; compelling; convincing
exacerbate
to aggravate; to intensify the bad qualities of
20 terms
AP English Vocab Unit 4 Level H
Affinity
Bilious
Cognate
Corollary
Attraction to a person or thing
Irritable
Closely related in origin, nature, or function
Natural consequence or result
Affinity
Attraction to a person or thing
Bilious
Irritable
40 terms
AP English H-L
Heroic Couplet
Hubris
Hyperbole
Iambic Pentameter
In poetry, a rhymed couplet written in iambic pentameter
Insolence, arrogance, or pride
An extreme exaggeration for literary effect that is not meant…
A five-foot line made up of an unaccented followed by an acce…
Heroic Couplet
In poetry, a rhymed couplet written in iambic pentameter
Hubris
Insolence, arrogance, or pride
20 terms
AP English Vocal Unit 4 H
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
a natural attraction to a person, thing or activity; a relati…
peevish, irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
closely related in origin, essential nature or function... n. su…
a proposition that follows from one already proven, a natural…
affinity
a natural attraction to a person, thing or activity; a relati…
bilious
peevish, irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
Hitchings English AP #4
rake
crux
inquest
matriarchy
scratch over the surface of something
an essential or pivotal point; a perplexing difficulty
an investigation; an inquiry
a society where the mother is the head of the family and desc…
rake
scratch over the surface of something
crux
an essential or pivotal point; a perplexing difficulty
38 terms
AP English H
Accord
Adhere
Advocate
Alleviate
To grant
To stick to
To talk in favor of
To lessen the severity
Accord
To grant
Adhere
To stick to
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Ap English: Vocab H
Accord
Adhere
Advocate
Alleviate
To grant or assign
To stick to, abide by
To talk in favor of, support, recommend
To lessen the severity or intensity of something bad
Accord
To grant or assign
Adhere
To stick to, abide by
Ap English H-L
Heroic couplet
Hubris
Hyperbole
Iambic pentameter
In poetry arrived couple it written in iambic pentameter 5 fe…
Insolence arrogance, or pride. The Greek tragedy the protagon…
Extreme exaggeration for literary effect it is not meant to b…
5 foot line made up of and unaccented followed by an accented…
Heroic couplet
In poetry arrived couple it written in iambic pentameter 5 fe…
Hubris
Insolence arrogance, or pride. The Greek tragedy the protagon…
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H/AP English Literature
Adulation
Aesthetic
Censure
Demagogue
High praise
Pertaining to beauty or the arts
To criticize harshly
Leader, rabble rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejud…
Adulation
High praise
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty or the arts
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H/AP English Literature
Assiduous
Deleterious
Enervating
Florid
Persistent or hard-working
harmful, destructive, or detrimental
Weakening; tiring
Red-colored; flushed
Assiduous
Persistent or hard-working
Deleterious
harmful, destructive, or detrimental
33 terms
Ap English H-O
Heuristic
House analogy
Hyperbole
Image
Strategy/method for solving problems
Ancient Rome, method speakers used to memorize speeches. Conn…
Exaggeration for effect
passage in text that evokes emotional sensation intensity
Heuristic
Strategy/method for solving problems
House analogy
Ancient Rome, method speakers used to memorize speeches. Conn…
61 terms
H AP English IV Midterm
Offred
Gilead
Handmaids
The Commander
The narrator of The Handmaid's Tale, she is a Handmaid in the…
...
fertile women forced to bear children for elite, barren couples
He is the head of the household where Offred works as a Handm…
Offred
The narrator of The Handmaid's Tale, she is a Handmaid in the…
Gilead
...
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AP English H-M
Hubris
Heroic Couplet
Hyperbole
Imagery
Extreme expression of pride in a character
Rhyming pair of lines in iambic pentameter usually found in e…
Figure of speech that involves an exaggeration of ideas in or…
description that appeals to five senses.
Hubris
Extreme expression of pride in a character
Heroic Couplet
Rhyming pair of lines in iambic pentameter usually found in e…
10 terms
H/AP English Literature
Antogonist
Asylum
Clairvoyant
Evanescent
Foe, oppenent, adversary
Sanctuary, shelter, or place of refuge
Exceptionally insightful, able to foresee the future
Quickly fading, short lived
Antogonist
Foe, oppenent, adversary
Asylum
Sanctuary, shelter, or place of refuge
52 terms
AP English Vocab D-H
decorous
deleterious
denotation
derived
proper; marked by good taste
having a harmful effect; injurious
the literal meaning of a word; the dictionary definition
copied or adapted from a source
decorous
proper; marked by good taste
deleterious
having a harmful effect; injurious
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H/AP English Literature
Abhor
Placid
Talisman
Counterfeit
Hate
Calm; peaceful
Lucky charm
Fake; false
Abhor
Hate
Placid
Calm; peaceful
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PRE AP ENGLISH VOCAB H
hamper
hapless
haggard
heretic
impede or prevent
unfortunate
exhausted
non comformist
hamper
impede or prevent
hapless
unfortunate
34 terms
H English AP Terms-Granito
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Atmosphere
The repetition of sounds, especially initial constant sounds…
a direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial constant sounds…
Allusion
a direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
19 terms
AP English Vocab E-H
epigraph
epistrophe
euphemism
extended metaphor
the use of a quotation at the beginning of a work that hints…
repetition of a word or expression at the end of successive p…
a more acceptable and usually more pleasant way of saying som…
a sustained comparison throughout a text
epigraph
the use of a quotation at the beginning of a work that hints…
epistrophe
repetition of a word or expression at the end of successive p…
10 terms
H4 AP 4
ik ben verliefd op...
Ik hoe van hem/haar
De meisjes vinden hem leuk
Ik vind hem/haar helemaal niet aardig.
Je suis amoureux/amoureuse de...
Je l'aime
Il plaît aux filles
Je ne le trouve pas du tout sympa
ik ben verliefd op...
Je suis amoureux/amoureuse de...
Ik hoe van hem/haar
Je l'aime
AP English List 4
coda
epilogue
addendum
postscript
a concluding musical section
a concluding section of literary work
an addition or supplement to a book
a note or series of notes appended to a completed letter
coda
a concluding musical section
epilogue
a concluding section of literary work
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AP English Vocab E-H
ebullient
effrontery
effulgent
egregious
extremely lively, enthusiastic
impudence, nerve, insolence, rude
radiant, splendorous
extremely bad
ebullient
extremely lively, enthusiastic
effrontery
impudence, nerve, insolence, rude
AP English Vocab Level H Unit 5
aficionado
browbeat
commensurate
diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent
aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan
browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully
AP English Vocabulary E-H
ebullient
effrontery
effulgent
egregious
extremely lively, enthusiastic
impudence, nerve, insolence
radiant, splendorous
extremely bad
ebullient
extremely lively, enthusiastic
effrontery
impudence, nerve, insolence
AP English Terms E-H
elegiac
enumerate
enunciate
epilogue
having a mournful quality
to mention a number of things one by one
to say or pronounce clearly
a section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves…
elegiac
having a mournful quality
enumerate
to mention a number of things one by one
AP English Vocab: C-H
comeuppance
congenial
congenital
connoisseur
a well-deserved punishment or fate, retribution
pleasant to be around, sociable
present from birth, inherent, innate
an expert in matters of taste
comeuppance
a well-deserved punishment or fate, retribution
congenial
pleasant to be around, sociable
AP English Level H Unit 2
Aegis
Apprise
Bibulous
Claque
(n.) Protection; patronage; sponsorship
(v.) To inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj.) Fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent
(n.) A group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
Aegis
(n.) Protection; patronage; sponsorship
Apprise
(v.) To inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
39 terms
h ap english midterm
narrative
description
definition
classification
telling a story
describing something
explaining the meaning of something
putting something into a category
narrative
telling a story
description
describing something
AP English Vocab Level H Unit 7
abeyance
ambivalent
beleaguer
carte blanche
(noun)... a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or s…
(adjective)... having opposite and conflicting feelings about so…
(verb)... to set upon from all sides; to surround with an army;…
(noun)... full freedom or authority to act at one's own discretion
abeyance
(noun)... a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or s…
ambivalent
(adjective)... having opposite and conflicting feelings about so…
AP English Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
protection; patronage; sponsorship
to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written notice
fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent
a group of people hired to applaud a performer or performance…
aegis
protection; patronage; sponsorship
apprise
to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written notice
AP English Level H Unit 1
Adjunct
Bellwether
Caterwaul
Chimerical
(n.) Something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
(n.) The male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
(v.) To howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel... (n.) A harsh o…
(adj.) Absurd; wildly fantastic; impossible
Adjunct
(n.) Something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
Bellwether
(n.) The male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
AP English Vocab Level H Unit 6
abortive
bruit
contumelious
dictum
(adjective)... failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose;…
(verb)... to spread the news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
(adjective)... insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insulting…
(noun)... a short saying; an authoritative statement
abortive
(adjective)... failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose;…
bruit
(verb)... to spread the news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
12 terms
H4 Ap 7
vertrekken
woedend
boos
stellen
partir
furieux furieuse
fâché
poser
vertrekken
partir
woedend
furieux furieuse
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H4 AP 2
le mot
la liste
correspondre à
le plus
het woord
de lijst
overeenkomen met
het meest
le mot
het woord
la liste
de lijst
22 terms
H4 Ap 1
la tristesse
le bonheur
la colère
le caractère
het verdriet
het geluk
de woede
het karakter
la tristesse
het verdriet
le bonheur
het geluk
184 terms
Close Reading AP English Literature (AP 4)
Inference
Archetype
Antagonist
Protagonist
opinion with evidence to support
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
person who opposes the protagonist
the hero or main character
Inference
opinion with evidence to support
Archetype
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
90 terms
AP English Vocab 4
Disseminate
Dissent
Dissipate
Dissonance
(V) to spread widely
(V) to disagree ... (N) the act of disagreeing
(V) to disappear, cause to disappear ... (V) to waste
(N) lack of harmony of consistency
Disseminate
(V) to spread widely
Dissent
(V) to disagree ... (N) the act of disagreeing
17 terms
H4 AP 10
de postbode
het pakje
maak open
de verrassing
le facteur
le colis
ouvre
la suprise
de postbode
le facteur
het pakje
le colis
9 terms
H4 Ap 9
ik ben woedend
ik begrijp niet waarom
Hij irriteert mij
ze probeert altijd in de smaak te vall…
je suis furieuse.
je ne comprends pas pourqoui
il m'énerve
elle essaye tourjours de plaire aux profs
ik ben woedend
je suis furieuse.
ik begrijp niet waarom
je ne comprends pas pourqoui
AP English #4
Frivolous (adj.)
Pompous (adj.)
Flippant (adj.)
Recalcitrant (adj.)
not having any serious purpose or value; petty
having or exhibiting self-importance
not showing a serious or respectful attitude; irrelevant
stubborn; uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipline
Frivolous (adj.)
not having any serious purpose or value; petty
Pompous (adj.)
having or exhibiting self-importance
20 terms
English 4 H/Pre-Ap Weeks 9&10 Vocab
acuity
acuity
debunk
debunking
penetrating of clear intelligence or skill
A supreme court justice must demonstrate great legal _______.
to show the falseness or hollowness of
The stars of the television show Mythbusters take great joy i…
acuity
penetrating of clear intelligence or skill
acuity
A supreme court justice must demonstrate great legal _______.
18 terms
AP English Vocab (H-I)
Hypothetical
Immutable
Implications
Implicit
Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
Unchangeable.
That which is hinted at or suggested.
Understood but not stated.
Hypothetical
Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
Immutable
Unchangeable.
20 terms
AP English Terms E-H
Elegiac
Enumerate
Enunciate
Epilogue
relating to mourning or expressing sorrow, poem of serious re…
mention (a number of things) one by one
to say or pronounce clearly
a section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves…
Elegiac
relating to mourning or expressing sorrow, poem of serious re…
Enumerate
mention (a number of things) one by one
AP ENGLISH LANG H-O
heuristic
house analogy
hyperbole
image
a systematic strategy or method for solving problems
in ancient Roman oratory, the method that speaker used to mem…
an exaggeration for effect
a passage of text that evokes sensation or emotional intensity
heuristic
a systematic strategy or method for solving problems
house analogy
in ancient Roman oratory, the method that speaker used to mem…
21 terms
Pre AP English 9 - H
Haggard
Hamper
Hapless
Haphazard
Gaunt, Weakened
Impede, Block, Restrict
Unfortunate, Unlucky
Careless, Uncoordinated
Haggard
Gaunt, Weakened
Hamper
Impede, Block, Restrict
52 terms
AP English Vocabulary D-H
Decorous
Deleterious
Denotation
Derived
Proper; marked by good taste.
Having a harmful effect; injurious.
The literal meaning of a word; the dictionary definition.
Copied or adapted from a source.
Decorous
Proper; marked by good taste.
Deleterious
Having a harmful effect; injurious.
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