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25 terms
AP Junior English List 2
Decorum
Cache
Rancor
Salacious
Propriety
Hiding place
Deep seated malice
Highly indecent
Decorum
Propriety
Cache
Hiding place
20 terms
AP Junior English (Lesson 1 & 2 Vocab)
Aberration
Abound
Abstemious
Abut
A departure from the usual course; a deviation; an abnormal d…
To be plentiful: to exist in large numbers: to have plenty
Sparing in eating and drinking; moderate
To touch at one end or edge: to join at a boundary
Aberration
A departure from the usual course; a deviation; an abnormal d…
Abound
To be plentiful: to exist in large numbers: to have plenty
38 terms
Junior AP English Vocab
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The interpretive level of a word based on it's associated mea…
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
Descriptive or figurative language in a literary work that ap…
A figure of speech that makes a reference to people, places,…
Connotation
The interpretive level of a word based on it's associated mea…
Denotation
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
15 terms
Junior AP English Vocab Week 2
alleviate
arbitrary
cordial
dogmatic
to ease a pain or burden
determined by impulse rather than reason
friendly; sincere
stubbornly adhering to unproved beliefs
alleviate
to ease a pain or burden
arbitrary
determined by impulse rather than reason
25 terms
AP junior English quarter 2 list 5
recreant
ungainly
asteroid
disparity
a coward; a disloyal person; a traitor; crying for mercy; unf…
clumsy; awkward; uncouth
starlike; a small planet
inequality; difference in age, rank, or condition; difference…
recreant
a coward; a disloyal person; a traitor; crying for mercy; unf…
ungainly
clumsy; awkward; uncouth
25 terms
AP junior English quarter 2 list 3
defamation
pilfer
chagrin
sundry
act of harming or destroying the good name of; slander
steal in small quantities; steal stealthily in small amounts…
distress of mind caused by humbling of pride, failure, disapp…
several; various; miscellaneous
defamation
act of harming or destroying the good name of; slander
pilfer
steal in small quantities; steal stealthily in small amounts…
25 terms
AP junior English quarter 2 list 4
pillage
reprisal
surfeit
hirsute
the act of looting or plundering, especially in war; plunder…
the act or practice in international law of resorting to forc…
an overabundant supply of something; disgust caused by excess
roughly hairy
pillage
the act of looting or plundering, especially in war; plunder…
reprisal
the act or practice in international law of resorting to forc…
20 terms
AP Junior English Vocabulary Unit 2
Aegis
Apprise
Bibulous
Claque
protection, sponsorship
to inform of, to make aware by giving a oral or written notice.
inclined to drink
a group of people hired to applaud a performer or performance
Aegis
protection, sponsorship
Apprise
to inform of, to make aware by giving a oral or written notice.
21 terms
AP Terms 1&2 Junior Year English
Ad Hominem Argument
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Definition: From the Latin meaning "to or against the person,…
Definition: The device of using character and or/story elemen…
Definition: The repetition of sounds, especially initial cons…
Definition: A direct or indirect reference to something that…
Ad Hominem Argument
Definition: From the Latin meaning "to or against the person,…
Allegory
Definition: The device of using character and or/story elemen…
25 terms
Ap Junior English Vocabulary list 2
Decorum
Cache
Rancor
Salacious
Propriety
Hiding Place
Deep-seated malice
Highly Indecent
Decorum
Propriety
Cache
Hiding Place
21 terms
AP Junior English Vocab Unit 2
carnal
restive
disingenuous
replenish
adj. of the body or flesh; opposed to spiritual; specifically…
adj. stubbornly resisting control or guidance, e.g., of a hor…
adj. not frank and candid; also deceptively simple
v.t. stock again, especially after having been emptied
carnal
adj. of the body or flesh; opposed to spiritual; specifically…
restive
adj. stubbornly resisting control or guidance, e.g., of a hor…
25 terms
AP Junior English Vocabulary List 2
Decorum
Cache
Rancor
Salacious
Propriety
Hiding place
Deep-seated malice
Highly indecent
Decorum
Propriety
Cache
Hiding place
15 terms
Unit 2 Vocab - AP Junior English
Cynical
Detached
Didactic
Diffidant
Adverse or dubious
Separated or apathetic
Intended for instruction
Shy
Cynical
Adverse or dubious
Detached
Separated or apathetic
20 terms
AP Junior English Vocabulary 1 & 2
annotation
appelation
eponym
linguistics
a critical note or explanatory note
a name, title, or designation
a person whose name is, or is thought to be the source of the…
the study of the nature, structure, and variation of language
annotation
a critical note or explanatory note
appelation
a name, title, or designation
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vocab list #2 wagner junior ap english
paralleled
sympathetic
infidel
pretense
mimicked
favor towards
an unbeliever
feigning, pretending
paralleled
mimicked
sympathetic
favor towards
38 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Literal meaning of a word
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
compare it to something else
Connotation
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Denotation
Literal meaning of a word
38 terms
Junior Ap english
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The implied meaning
Litteral meaning
Words that appeal to the senses ( sight,smell, hearing)
Reference to something commonly known ( trump , hitler )
Connotation
The implied meaning
Denotation
Litteral meaning
22 terms
Junior AP ENGLISH
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The interpretive level or a word based on its associated imag…
The literal dictionary meaning of the word
the sensory details or figurative language used to describe,…
A reference contained in a work
Connotation
The interpretive level or a word based on its associated imag…
Denotation
The literal dictionary meaning of the word
20 terms
Simsbury Juniors AP English Vocab 2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
v. to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challengi…
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval... synon…
adj. desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely e…
adj. having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink... synonym: sa…
accost
v. to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challengi…
animadversion
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval... synon…
68 terms
AP Junior English Semester 2 Final
Antiquated
Ferocity
Precarious
Intricacy
No longer in use; outmoded in design or style
Extreme fierceness; intensity
Dangerous; risky; dangerously uncertain
condition or state of being complex, involved, or detailed; e…
Antiquated
No longer in use; outmoded in design or style
Ferocity
Extreme fierceness; intensity
15 terms
JUNIOR AP English Rhetorical Terms Quiz #2
Apollonian
apostrophe
arch
archetype
refers to the most noble, godlike qualities of human nature a…
a locution that addresses a person or personified thing not p…
(adj) characterized by clever or sly humor, often saucy, play…
an abstract or ideal conception of a type; a perfectly typica…
Apollonian
refers to the most noble, godlike qualities of human nature a…
apostrophe
a locution that addresses a person or personified thing not p…
22 terms
Junior AP English Vocabualry
apathetic
audacious
belligerent
bitter
uncaring, uninvovled
bold
contentious
hating, malicious
apathetic
uncaring, uninvovled
audacious
bold
34 terms
Junior AP English Sem. 1 Final (PT. 2)
five
middle
ellipsis
an important impulse
Crime and Punishment was originally written in ____ acts.
Crime and Punishment primarily deals with the struggle of the…
What is a train of thought used as a rhetorical strategy call…
What does Dostoevsky use the word "suddenly" to mean?
five
Crime and Punishment was originally written in ____ acts.
middle
Crime and Punishment primarily deals with the struggle of the…
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The literary definition of a word to imply or infer a deeper…
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word. ... Ex./ The Heart…
...
...
Connotation
The literary definition of a word to imply or infer a deeper…
Denotation
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word. ... Ex./ The Heart…
AP Junior English
mood
metonymy
metaphor
loose sentence
attitude, atmosphere, aura, etc.
the name of one object is substituted for one closely associa…
comparing of two unlike things
main idea (independent clause) first, depenedent clause secon…
mood
attitude, atmosphere, aura, etc.
metonymy
the name of one object is substituted for one closely associa…
23 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
...
...
...
...
Connotation
...
Denotation
...
38 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
the interpretive level or a word based on its associated imag…
the literal or dictionary meaning of a word... Chick= Baby Chic…
the sensory details or figurative language used to describe;…
A reference contained in a work... "Don't act like a Romeo in f…
Connotation
the interpretive level or a word based on its associated imag…
Denotation
the literal or dictionary meaning of a word... Chick= Baby Chic…
41 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The implied meaning of the word.
The literal meaning of a word.
Words that appeal to the senses. Ex: seeing, hearing, smell,…
Reference to something that is usually commonly known.
Connotation
The implied meaning of the word.
Denotation
The literal meaning of a word.
37 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
An idea or feeling that a word can bring
The literal meaning of a word
The use of descriptive language to create an image
A reference to something that is commonly known
Connotation
An idea or feeling that a word can bring
Denotation
The literal meaning of a word
8 terms
Junior AP English
Figurative language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Not literal ... (pen jumped out of my hand)
Using like or as. ... (She is pretty like a rose)
Comparrison without use like or as ... (Your eyes are stars)
Human qualities to inanimate quality
Figurative language
Not literal ... (pen jumped out of my hand)
Simile
Using like or as. ... (She is pretty like a rose)
190 terms
Junior AP English Vocabulary
abandon
abase
accrue
acquiesce
lack of inhabition
to disgrace
to accumulate
to agree
abandon
lack of inhabition
abase
to disgrace
22 terms
Junior AP English
Apathetic
Belligerent
Contemptuous
Didactic
Not caring, univolved
Contentious, pertaining to war, aggressively hostile
Scornful, disdainful, disrespectful, irrelevant
Instructive, teaching a moral lesson
Apathetic
Not caring, univolved
Belligerent
Contentious, pertaining to war, aggressively hostile
24 terms
Junior Ap English
Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
...
...
...
...
Figurative Language
...
Simile
...
8 terms
Junior AP English
Figurative language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Explaining something figuratively
Comparing something with using like or as
Comparing something without using like or as
To tube something human characteristics
Figurative language
Explaining something figuratively
Simile
Comparing something with using like or as
24 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
Connected to a words meaning
The literal meaning of a word
Created detailed descriptions to illustrate mental picture
References to the past in order to create emphasis
Connotation
Connected to a words meaning
Denotation
The literal meaning of a word
38 terms
Junior AP English
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
An idea that is implied or suggested
Literal meaning of a word
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
A reference
Connotation
An idea that is implied or suggested
Denotation
Literal meaning of a word
22 terms
junior AP English
connotation
denotation
imagery
allusion
...
...
...
...
connotation
...
denotation
...
18 terms
JUNIOR AP ENGLISH
Anaphora
Juxtaposition
Asyndeton
Polysyndeton
Repetition of the same words(or groups) at the beginning of s…
Two things placed together for contrasting effects.
Omission of conjunction. (and)
use of several conjunctions in close succession.
Anaphora
Repetition of the same words(or groups) at the beginning of s…
Juxtaposition
Two things placed together for contrasting effects.
61 terms
AP Junior English
Confirmation
Periodic Sentence
Counterargument
Backing
Usually the major part of the text, the confirmation includes…
Sentence whose main clause is withheld until the end
Opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward. (St…
Consist of further assurance or data without which the assump…
Confirmation
Usually the major part of the text, the confirmation includes…
Periodic Sentence
Sentence whose main clause is withheld until the end
25 terms
AP English Junior
Imponderable
Sardonically
Beleaguered
Examinate
Incapable of being understood
Sarcastically
Troubled
Appearing lifeless
Imponderable
Incapable of being understood
Sardonically
Sarcastically
119 terms
AP JUNIOR ENGLISH 1
allegory
alliteration
allusion
using story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction…
the repitition of sounds
a direct or indirect referenceto something assumed commonly k…
allegory
using story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction…
alliteration
the repitition of sounds
149 terms
vocab ap english junior
cognate
inflection
orthography
paradigm
a word that looks like and is related to another word in a di…
altercation of pitch or tone of voice
the study of letters and spelling system of a language
the set of inflected forms of a word
cognate
a word that looks like and is related to another word in a di…
inflection
altercation of pitch or tone of voice
32 terms
AP Junior English
Visual
Auditory
Olfactory
Tactile
sight
hearing
smell
touch
Visual
sight
Auditory
hearing
AP Junior English Final
Censure
Felicity
Recourse
Inverse
expressing severe disapproval
great happiness
source of help
opposite in nature or effect
Censure
expressing severe disapproval
Felicity
great happiness
13 terms
AP Junior English CA 1 MC Terms
euphemism
onomatopoeia
parable
fable
An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is c…
A word that imitates the sound it represents.... example: boom,…
A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson…
A brief story that leads to a moral, often using animals as c…
euphemism
An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is c…
onomatopoeia
A word that imitates the sound it represents.... example: boom,…
SAT/ AP Junior English Vocab
Altruistic (adj)
Acquiesce (verb)
Bilk (verb)
Banal (adj)
Showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; self…
To accept something reluctantly but without protest- conform,…
To obtain or withhold money from (someone) by deceit or witho…
So lacking in originality as to be obvious and boring; ordina…
Altruistic (adj)
Showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; self…
Acquiesce (verb)
To accept something reluctantly but without protest- conform,…
20 terms
AP Junior English List 4
Aberration
Affable
Balmy
Benison
Departure from the normal
Sociable
Mild; refreshing
Blessing
Aberration
Departure from the normal
Affable
Sociable
20 terms
AP Junior English List 3
Acerb
Adulation
Askew
Bibliophile
Acidic; sour
Excessive praise
Turned to one side
Lover of books
Acerb
Acidic; sour
Adulation
Excessive praise
20 terms
AP Junior English List 4
Aberration
Affable
Balmy
Carouse
Departure from the normal
Sociable
Mild; refreshing
Revel
Aberration
Departure from the normal
Affable
Sociable
30 terms
AP Junior English List 8
Abrogate
Aeon
Anathema
Conducive
Cancel
Age
Curse; abomination
Contributing to a result
Abrogate
Cancel
Aeon
Age
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