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APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to logos, or re…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to logos, or re…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
40 terms
APLAC Vocabulary - SET 2
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(n.) self-government, political control... S: home rule... A: depen…
(adj.) self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(v.) to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
amnesty
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
autonomy
(n.) self-government, political control... S: home rule... A: depen…
29 terms
APLAC Vocabulary List #2
acquired
apprehension
contemporary
egregious
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
anxiety or fear about the future
current, modern; from the same time
conspicuously bad or offensive
acquired
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary 2
Bias
Cite
Claim
Close reading
Prejudice or predisposition towards one side of a subject or…
Identifying a part of a piece of writing as being derived fro…
AN assertion, usually supported by evidence Ex.) Smoking caus…
A careful reading that is attentive to organization, figurati…
Bias
Prejudice or predisposition towards one side of a subject or…
Cite
Identifying a part of a piece of writing as being derived fro…
28 terms
APLAC Vocabulary List 2
Acquired
Apprehension
Contemporary
Egregious
learned
anxiety or fear about the future
current
conspicuously bad
Acquired
learned
Apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
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APLAC Vocabulary Test #2
Deductive Reasoning
Enthymeme
Inductive Reasoning
Major premise
Reasoning that begins with a general principle and concludes…
Logical reasoning with one premise left unstated
Reasoning that begins by citing a number of specific instance…
The first premise in a syllogism. It states an irrefutable ge…
Deductive Reasoning
Reasoning that begins with a general principle and concludes…
Enthymeme
Logical reasoning with one premise left unstated
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2) Vocabulary Paper APLAC
Appellation
Diphthong
Eponym
Linguistics
A name or title the distinguishes or identifies.
A speech sound that consists of either two vowels or a vowel…
A person for whom something is or is thought to be named
The study of human speech, especially its components, structu…
Appellation
A name or title the distinguishes or identifies.
Diphthong
A speech sound that consists of either two vowels or a vowel…
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APLAC: Vocabulary List 2
Albeit
Alleviate
Ameliorate
Amicable
Although, even though
To make easier to endure; to make more bearable
Make or become better; improve
Friendly
Albeit
Although, even though
Alleviate
To make easier to endure; to make more bearable
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Set 2
Superfluous
Apathy
Polychromatic
Posthumously
Adj. Unnecessary, excessive, too much
N. Lack of interest, absence of emotion
Adj. Many colored, having a variety of colors
Adv. After death
Superfluous
Adj. Unnecessary, excessive, too much
Apathy
N. Lack of interest, absence of emotion
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APLAC vocabulary unit 2
ameliorate
aplomb
bombastic
callow
to improve, make better correct a flaw or shortcoming
poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
poppus or overblown in language; full of high sounding words…
without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking so…
ameliorate
to improve, make better correct a flaw or shortcoming
aplomb
poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
29 terms
APLAC Week 2 Vocabulary
acquired
apprehension
contemporary
egregious
developed or learned; not naturally occurring.
anxiety or fear about the future
current, modern; from the same time period
conspicuously bad or offensive
acquired
developed or learned; not naturally occurring.
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
10 terms
APLAC Vocabulary 2
Altercation
Ambivalent
Amicable
Anathema
(noun) a heated argument
(adj.) to be uncertain; to be unable to decide between two op…
(adj.) friendly; peaceable
(noun) a greatly disliked, hated person or thing; a curse or…
Altercation
(noun) a heated argument
Ambivalent
(adj.) to be uncertain; to be unable to decide between two op…
26 terms
APLAC vocabulary 2
Anaphora
Anaphora
Paradox
Hyperbole
The regular repition of the same word or phrase at the begini…
"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the grounds…
A statement that appears to be contradictory or opposed to co…
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
Anaphora
The regular repition of the same word or phrase at the begini…
Anaphora
"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the grounds…
28 terms
APLAC Vocabulary List 2
acquired
apprehension
contemporary
egregious
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
anxiety or fear about the future
current, modern; from the same time
conspicuously bad or offensive
acquired
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
20 terms
APLAC vocabulary 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Poise, assurance, great selfconfidence; perpendicularity
Pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding words…
Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking so…
Ameliorate
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
Poise, assurance, great selfconfidence; perpendicularity
29 terms
APLAC Vocabulary #2
Acquired
Apprehension
Contemporary
Egregious
Developed or learned; not naturally occurring
Anxiety or fear about the future
Current, modern; from the same time
Conspicuously bad or offensive
Acquired
Developed or learned; not naturally occurring
Apprehension
Anxiety or fear about the future
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APLAC Vocabulary List 2
Aesthetic
Array
Avant-Garde
Conjecture
Concerning the appreciation of beauty
system, arrangement
a group active in inventing and applying new techniques, esp.…
to guess; to deduce or infer on slight evidence
Aesthetic
Concerning the appreciation of beauty
Array
system, arrangement
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APLAC Vocabulary-Sem. 2
Adjunct
Bellwether
Caterwaul
Chimerical
Somthing added to something else as helpful or useful but not…
An indicator of trends
To howl or screech like a cat, a harsh noise or racket
Absurd, impossible
Adjunct
Somthing added to something else as helpful or useful but not…
Bellwether
An indicator of trends
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APLAC Weekly Vocabulary #2
acquired
apprehension
contemporary
egregious
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
anxiety or fear about the future
current; modern; from the same time
conspicuously bad or offensive
acquired
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
8 terms
Vocabulary 1 and 2 aplac
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
(N) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(V) to make easier or milder,relieve; to quiet, calm;to put a…
(N) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose…
(N) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period o…
Approbation
(N) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
Assuage
(V) to make easier or milder,relieve; to quiet, calm;to put a…
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APLAC Vocabulary 2,4
Precocious
Monomania
Extricate
Debilitate
Advanced in mind or skills at an early age
Having an intense preoccupation on one subject
Free from a difficult situation
To make weak or feeble
Precocious
Advanced in mind or skills at an early age
Monomania
Having an intense preoccupation on one subject
12 terms
APLAC 1984 Vocabulary 2
rectify
virtuosity
didactic
zealous
to put right or correct
great skill, usually in an artistic pursuit
instructive, especially with a moral flavor
full of energy or enthusiasm
rectify
to put right or correct
virtuosity
great skill, usually in an artistic pursuit
20 terms
APLAC Unit 2 Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(V.) to improve, make better, correct flaw or shortcoming
(N.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
(Adj.) pompous or overblown in language; full of high soundin…
(Adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Ameliorate
(V.) to improve, make better, correct flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
(N.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to logos, or re…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to reason, by o…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to , or reason,…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to logos, or re…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
20 terms
Vocabulary Quiz #2 APLAC
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
Pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding words…
Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking so…
Ameliorate
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
20 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Unit 2
rhetorical appeals
ethos
logos
counterargument
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
Greek for "embodied thought." Speakers appeal to logos, or re…
An opposing argument to the one a writer is putting forward.…
rhetorical appeals
Rhetorical techniques used to persuade an audience by emphasi…
ethos
Greek for character, the self-image a writer creates to defin…
27 terms
APLAC 2 vocabulary set 2
banal (adj.)
cogent (adj.)
didactic (adj.)
objective (adj.)
lacking freshness or originality, dull
convincing (example: cogent evidence)
trying to teach someone something
clear cut and concrete
banal (adj.)
lacking freshness or originality, dull
cogent (adj.)
convincing (example: cogent evidence)
25 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 2: APLAC
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A contrast between 2 things
To go up or climb
Strict in manner, attitude, appearance
Acting independently or having the freedom to do so
Antithesis
A contrast between 2 things
Ascend
To go up or climb
25 terms
APLAC Vocab List #2
Tropes
Metaphor
Simile
Analogy
a figure of speech through which speakers or writers intend t…
makes an implicit, implied or hidden comparison between two t…
uses LIKE or AS to compare two things
compares two things, often point to point, to show similarity…
Tropes
a figure of speech through which speakers or writers intend t…
Metaphor
makes an implicit, implied or hidden comparison between two t…
30 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Test 1&2
allegory
appeal
archetype
claim
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
One of three strategies for persuading audiences... - e____ tar…
a repeated pattern that echoes across cultures and time perio…
- the ultimate conclusion, generalization, or point that a sy…
allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
appeal
One of three strategies for persuading audiences... - e____ tar…
28 terms
APLAC 2 vocabulary set 1
ambiguous (adj.)
ambivalent (adj.)
bombastic (adj.)
colloquial (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
mixed feelings about someone/something
with big words that have little thought/significance
used in ordinary conversation, informal
ambiguous (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
ambivalent (adj.)
mixed feelings about someone/something
27 terms
APLAC 2 vocabulary set 2
banal (adj.)
cogent (adj.)
didactic (adj.)
objective (adj.)
lacking freshness or originality, dull
convincing (example: cogent evidence)
trying to teach someone something
clear cut and concrete
banal (adj.)
lacking freshness or originality, dull
cogent (adj.)
convincing (example: cogent evidence)
15 terms
APLAC BAV 2
rhetorical analysis
connotation
denotation
syntax
an examination of how a writer has crafted a text so that it…
an association, an effect, that a word provokes
a literal meaning of a word
the formation and structure of a sentence
rhetorical analysis
an examination of how a writer has crafted a text so that it…
connotation
an association, an effect, that a word provokes
25 terms
APLAC TGOW Vocabulary 2/2
phial
derelict
transcend
ostracism
.vial... .shallow vessel
.no longer cared for or used by anyone... .failing to do what sh…
.to rise above or go beyond the normal limits of something
.method of temporary banishment by popular vote without trial…
phial
.vial... .shallow vessel
derelict
.no longer cared for or used by anyone... .failing to do what sh…
28 terms
APLAC 2 vocabulary set 1
ambiguous (adj.)
ambivalent (adj.)
bombastic (adj.)
colloquial (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
mixed feelings about someone/something
with big words that have little thought/significance
used in ordinary conversation, informal
ambiguous (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
ambivalent (adj.)
mixed feelings about someone/something
28 terms
APLAC 2 vocabulary set 1
ambiguous (adj.)
ambivalent (adj.)
bombastic (adj.)
colloquial (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
mixed feelings about someone/something
with big words that have little thought/significance; high so…
used in ordinary conversation, informal
ambiguous (adj.)
open to more than one interpretation
ambivalent (adj.)
mixed feelings about someone/something
14 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Tri 2 4
slovenly
feral
querulous
languid
Unclear in appearance
existing in a natural side
full of complaint
slow
slovenly
Unclear in appearance
feral
existing in a natural side
36 terms
APLAC Vocabulary Test 2&3
deductive reasoning
enthymeme
inductive reasoning
major premise
Reasoning that begins with a general principle and concludes…
Logical reasoning with one premise left unstated.... ex. We cann…
Reasoning the begins by citing a number of specific instances…
The first premise in a syllogism. The ______ premise states a…
deductive reasoning
Reasoning that begins with a general principle and concludes…
enthymeme
Logical reasoning with one premise left unstated.... ex. We cann…
14 terms
APLAC 2
indelible
tranquil
laden
ad hominem
of ink or pen, making things that can't be erased, not able t…
free from disturbance, calm
negative connotation, heavy, loaded, or weighed down
attacking the person's motivation rather than their general a…
indelible
of ink or pen, making things that can't be erased, not able t…
tranquil
free from disturbance, calm
25 terms
APLAC TGOW Vocabulary 1/2
dissipated
bemused
protruded
dispersal
.to cause something to spread out or disappear
.to make confused... .wry/tolerant amusement
.jutting out from the surrounding surface or context
.spreading of organisms/objects from one place to another
dissipated
.to cause something to spread out or disappear
bemused
.to make confused... .wry/tolerant amusement
29 terms
Aplac #2
Acquired
Apprehension
Contemporary
Egregious
Developed or learned; Notnaturally occuring
Anxiety or fear about the future
Current modern or from the same time
Conspicuously bad or offensive
Acquired
Developed or learned; Notnaturally occuring
Apprehension
Anxiety or fear about the future
28 terms
Aplac 2
archetype
connotation
denotation
diction
recurring symbol, character, landscape, or event found in myt…
idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its litera…
actual dictionary meaning of a word
word choice
archetype
recurring symbol, character, landscape, or event found in myt…
connotation
idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its litera…
30 terms
APLAC Vocab Essay #2 Vocabulary
appellation
diphthong
eponym
linguistics
a name or title that distinguishes or identifies
a speech sound that consists of either two vowels or a vowel…
a person for whom something is or is thought to be named
the study of human speech, especially its components, structu…
appellation
a name or title that distinguishes or identifies
diphthong
a speech sound that consists of either two vowels or a vowel…
21 terms
APLAC 2
ameliorate
aplomb
bombtastic
callow
verb- to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
noun- poise, assurance, great self- confidence; perpendicular…
adj- pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding…
adj- without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacki…
ameliorate
verb- to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
aplomb
noun- poise, assurance, great self- confidence; perpendicular…
29 terms
APLAC 2
acquired
apprehension
contemporary
egregious
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
anxiety or fear about the future
current, modern, or from the same time period
conspicuously bad or offensive
acquired
developed or learned; not naturally occurring
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
15 terms
APLAC Vocab List #2
Formal Language
Informal Language
Archaic
Colloquialism
Standard language of written communication; Used in specializ…
Like casual conversation; can be found in writings like newsp…
Words that are old-fashioned and no longer used
Expressions accepted in informal writings and spoke by the ge…
Formal Language
Standard language of written communication; Used in specializ…
Informal Language
Like casual conversation; can be found in writings like newsp…
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