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Unit 4 Vocabulary - British Literature
atrophy
bastion
concord
consummate
(n.) the wasting of away of a body organ or tissue; any progr…
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
(n.) a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact…
(adj.) complete or perfect in the highest degree; (v.) to bri…
atrophy
(n.) the wasting of away of a body organ or tissue; any progr…
bastion
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
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Unit 4 British Literature
English Reformation
new literary art forms
The romantic allegory
The faerie queen's author
English Renaissance, Tudor Age, and Elizabethian period
Italian sonnet, lyric poetry, and the essay
The Faerie Queen
Edmund Spenser
English Reformation
English Renaissance, Tudor Age, and Elizabethian period
new literary art forms
Italian sonnet, lyric poetry, and the essay
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OTHS British Literature - Unit 4
Who are the five men on the Nellie?
Describe in detail the setting where t…
Who is the narrator of the story?
Describe Marlow's physical appearance.
the Director of Companies, the lawyer, the accountant, the na…
on the Thames River in a boat called the Nellie, where Marlow…
an anonymous sailor on the Nellie
ascetic aspects, sunken cheeks, yellow complexion, and wind s…
Who are the five men on the Nellie?
the Director of Companies, the lawyer, the accountant, the na…
Describe in detail the setting where t…
on the Thames River in a boat called the Nellie, where Marlow…
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British Literature unit 4
Pledge
Nectar
Just
Semblance
Drink a toast
Drink of the gods
Behaving to what is right and fair
Appearance
Pledge
Drink a toast
Nectar
Drink of the gods
British Literature - Vocab Unit 4
Maelstrom
Myopic
Overt
Pejorative
A whirlpool of great size and violence; a situation that rese…
Nearsighted; lacking a broad, realistic view of a situation.
Open, not hidden, expressed in a way that is easily recognized
Tending to make worse, expressing disapproval or disparagement.
Maelstrom
A whirlpool of great size and violence; a situation that rese…
Myopic
Nearsighted; lacking a broad, realistic view of a situation.
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BJU British Literature Unit 4
change
neutral
Catholic
government and church
A time of _________ could correctly describe the seventeenth…
With the accession of James I to the throne of England, the c…
The people felt that the country was now more pro-__________…
James believed that he should be the head of the _________ an…
change
A time of _________ could correctly describe the seventeenth…
neutral
With the accession of James I to the throne of England, the c…
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Unit 4 British Literature Vocabulary
Abstruse
Ecclesiast
Entreaty
Frugal
difficult to understand; obscure
a priest or member of the clergy
an earnest or humble request
sparing or economical with regard to money or food
Abstruse
difficult to understand; obscure
Ecclesiast
a priest or member of the clergy
British Literature Quiz Unit 4
The Authors Resolution in a Sonnet
To The Virgins to Make Much of Time /…
The Constant Lover (Known for the coup…
To Althea, from Prison / To Lucasta, G…
George Wither
Robert Herrick
Edmund Waller
Richard Lovelace
The Authors Resolution in a Sonnet
George Wither
To The Virgins to Make Much of Time /…
Robert Herrick
British Literature Unit 4
atrophy
flotsam
incumbent
bastion
immobilized and gets no exercise
floating wreckage of a ship
an official who holds an office
a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a…
atrophy
immobilized and gets no exercise
flotsam
floating wreckage of a ship
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British Literature Vocabulary Unit 4
Atrophy
Atrophy
Bastion
Concord
(Noun) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progre…
(Verb) to waste away
(Noun) a fortified place, stronghold
(Noun) a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pa…
Atrophy
(Noun) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progre…
Atrophy
(Verb) to waste away
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British Literature Vocab Unit 4
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Archetype
Courteous, Pleasant
To increase in power, greatness, or wealth
Shapeless, without definite form
An original model on which something was patterned or replica…
Affable
Courteous, Pleasant
Aggrandize
To increase in power, greatness, or wealth
British Literature Vocab Unit 4
atrophy
bastion
concord
consummate
(n) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue any progressiv…
(n) a fortified place, stronghold
(n) a state or agreement, harmony; a treaty, pact, covenant
(adj) complete or perfect in the highest degree; to bring to…
atrophy
(n) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue any progressiv…
bastion
(n) a fortified place, stronghold
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British Literature: Vocabulary Unit 4 Sentences
risible
elixir
folderol
affinity
The suggestion was so ______ that I couldn't help laughing ou…
The intensive merchandising and tremendous sale of patent med…
Foreign visitors sometimes dismiss our national political con…
All kittens display a natural _____ for mischief, but I have…
risible
The suggestion was so ______ that I couldn't help laughing ou…
elixir
The intensive merchandising and tremendous sale of patent med…
OTHS British Literature - Unit 4
Who are the five men on the Nellie?
Describe in detail the setting where t…
Who is the narrator of the story?
Describe Marlow's physical appearance.
the Director of Companies, the lawyer, the accountant, the na…
on the Thames River in a boat called the Nellie, where Marlow…
an anonymous sailor on the Nellie
ascetic aspects, sunken cheeks, yellow complexion, and wind s…
Who are the five men on the Nellie?
the Director of Companies, the lawyer, the accountant, the na…
Describe in detail the setting where t…
on the Thames River in a boat called the Nellie, where Marlow…
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British Literature Vocab Unit 4
aberrant
analogous
bevy
circumspect
departing from the right, normal, or usual course
similar or alike; compatible, akin; corresponding in some par…
a large group or collection; a group of birds
watchful and discreet; cautious; prudent; well-considered; ca…
aberrant
departing from the right, normal, or usual course
analogous
similar or alike; compatible, akin; corresponding in some par…
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British Literature Unit 4 Vocab
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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British Literature: Vocabulary Unit 4 Words
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
a natural attraction to a person, place, thing or activity; a…
peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
closely related in origin, essential nature, or function; suc…
a proposition that follows from one already proven; a natural…
affinity
a natural attraction to a person, place, thing or activity; a…
bilious
peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
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British Literature Honors ~ Vocabulary Unit 4
Atrophy
Bastion
Concord
Consummate
The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressive d…
A fortified place, stronghold
A state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact, cov…
Complete or perfect in the highest degree; to bring to a stat…
Atrophy
The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressive d…
Bastion
A fortified place, stronghold
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British Literature Unit 1
portmanteau
malapropism
figurative language
metaphor
Coined by Lewis Carroll, based on the concept of two words pa…
the act of using an incorrect word in place of one that is si…
language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that i…
a figure of speech which makes an implicit, implied or hidden…
portmanteau
Coined by Lewis Carroll, based on the concept of two words pa…
malapropism
the act of using an incorrect word in place of one that is si…
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Unit 4 Vocabulary (Honors British Literature)
atrophy
bastion
concord
consummate
(n.) the deterioration of an organ or tissue; a decline or fa…
(n.) a fortified place or stronghold
(n.) a state of agreement, harmony and unity; a treaty or pact
(adj.) absolutely complete or perfect; (v.) to bring to the h…
atrophy
(n.) the deterioration of an organ or tissue; a decline or fa…
bastion
(n.) a fortified place or stronghold
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Semester 2 Unit 4 British Literature
The mood Jacob's Room can best be desc…
After re-reading the paragraph describ…
In Jacob's Room, what comparison can b…
Eliot most likely included allusions t…
True
he is sensitive to his surroundings and world events.
They are both keenly aware of the effects the war had on the…
False
The mood Jacob's Room can best be desc…
True
After re-reading the paragraph describ…
he is sensitive to his surroundings and world events.
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British Literature- Unit 4 Exam Review
In A Modest Proposal, what is the prim…
The following question refers to the v…
The Life of Samuel Johnson is an examp…
When reading from The Diary of Samuel…
a) economics
c) flammable
d) a biography
a) the middle class
In A Modest Proposal, what is the prim…
a) economics
The following question refers to the v…
c) flammable
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Unit 3 Vocabulary - British Literature
articulate
cavort
credence
decry
(v.) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to co…
(v.) to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
(n.) belief, mental acceptance
(v.) to condemn, express strong disapproval; to officially de…
articulate
(v.) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to co…
cavort
(v.) to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
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Honors British Literature 1 Level F Unit 4 Vocabulary Synonyms
Affable
Affable
Affable
Aggrandize
Genial
Amicable
Cordial
Augment
Affable
Genial
Affable
Amicable
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Honors British Literature 1 Level F Unit 4 Vocabulary Antonyms
Affable
Affable
Affable
Affable
Surly
Cantankerous
Dour
Inhospitable
Affable
Surly
Affable
Cantankerous
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Unit 1 Vocabulary - British Literature
acquisitive (adj.)
arrogate (v.)
banal (adj.)
belabor (v.)
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with
to claim or take without right
hackneyed, trite, commonplace
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
acquisitive (adj.)
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with
arrogate (v.)
to claim or take without right
Vocabulary Unit 4 Level F Honors British Literature (Ms. Bass)
affable ... adj.
aggrandize ... v.
amorphous ... adj.
aura ... n.
courteous and pleasant ... synonyms: genial, amicable, agreeabl…
to increase in greatness ... synonyms: augment, amplify, enhanc…
without definite form ... synonyms: formless, unstructured, neb…
that which surrounds ... synonyms: ambience, atmosphere
affable ... adj.
courteous and pleasant ... synonyms: genial, amicable, agreeabl…
aggrandize ... v.
to increase in greatness ... synonyms: augment, amplify, enhanc…
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Unit 2 Vocabulary - British Literature
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
(v.) to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challen…
(n.) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
(adj.) desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely…
(adj.) having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
(v.) to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challen…
animadversion
(n.) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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British Literature Vocabulary List #4
evade (v)
evocation (n)
exult (v)
flouting (v)
to escape by cleverness or deception
act of bringing something to mind
to feel great joy, especially in conquest or triumph
disregarding in a contemptuous way; scorning
evade (v)
to escape by cleverness or deception
evocation (n)
act of bringing something to mind
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BJU British Literature 2nd Edition Unit 4 - The Stuart Period
Novum Organum
"Father of Modern Science"
"Advancement of Learning"
"Of Studies"
Bacon's work that explains the "new instrument"--scientific i…
Sir Francis Bacon
Bacon's work that states his objections to traditional philos…
Essay by Bacon that states the value of book learning
Novum Organum
Bacon's work that explains the "new instrument"--scientific i…
"Father of Modern Science"
Sir Francis Bacon
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Unit 1--The Periods of British Literature
dominion
depredation
incumbent
redress
n. rule or power to rule; mastery
n. destruction caused by robbery or looting
adj. required as a duty or an obligation
n. repayment for a wrong or an injury
dominion
n. rule or power to rule; mastery
depredation
n. destruction caused by robbery or looting
Unit 4 (American-British)
Baggage
Line
Movie theater
Vacation
Luggage
Queue
Cinema
Holiday
Baggage
Luggage
Line
Queue
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British Literature Unit Four
Restoration Period
Satire
Novel
When was Miguel's Cervantes' early nov…
The Restoration came about after approximately 20 years of ci…
a kind of writing that ridicules human weakness, vice, or fol…
it is literature that tells a story
early 1600's
Restoration Period
The Restoration came about after approximately 20 years of ci…
Satire
a kind of writing that ridicules human weakness, vice, or fol…
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British Lit. Unit 4
Wary
Tillage
Grisly
Florins
Cautious
Land suitable for farming
Horrible/terrifying
Gold coins
Wary
Cautious
Tillage
Land suitable for farming
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British Literature Romantics Unit
accord
acquiesce
ameliorate
benevolent
(n.) agreement, harmony
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(adj.) kindly, charitable
accord
(n.) agreement, harmony
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
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British Literature Unit: British Revolution
Charles I
Dissenters
Oliver Cromwell
Charles II
• Crowned in 1625 ... • Dissolved parliament because of war mone…
one who did not submit to catabolism during Charles I reign
• Parliaments forces leader... • defeated the royalist army... • to…
• Son of Charles I ... • offered the monarchy in 1660... • invited…
Charles I
• Crowned in 1625 ... • Dissolved parliament because of war mone…
Dissenters
one who did not submit to catabolism during Charles I reign
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British Literature Unit 2
Degenerate
Engender
Genre
Cognate
a corrupt wrongdoer
to bring about, to produce
a kind or type of art
related to or coming from the same source
Degenerate
a corrupt wrongdoer
Engender
to bring about, to produce
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British literature set 4
Allay
Byline
Demur
Exacerbate
To lessen
The line that tells you who wrote an article
Hesitate;refuse
Make worse
Allay
To lessen
Byline
The line that tells you who wrote an article
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British Lit Unit 4 Vocabulary
atrophy
bastion
concord
consummate
n. the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
n. a fortified place, stronghold
n. a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact,…
adj. complete or perfect in the highest degree; v. to bring t…
atrophy
n. the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
bastion
n. a fortified place, stronghold
British Literature Unit Two
estate satire
fabliau
confessional poetry
wife of bath's tale
a genre of writing that praised the glories and purity of eac…
a metrical tale, typically a bawdily humorous one; has many c…
like the wife of Bath's prologue, an explanation of one's act…
which of the tales in Canterbury tales is considered a romanc…
estate satire
a genre of writing that praised the glories and purity of eac…
fabliau
a metrical tale, typically a bawdily humorous one; has many c…
British Lit Unit 4
What happens to the mouse's home in "T…
In "To a Mouse" the poet's attitude to…
According to the speaker in "To a Mous…
Translate the line from "To a Mouse"
Speaker's plow tore up the mouse's house
Pity
Humans and mice alike are vulnerable to disaster
But Mouse, you are not alone!
What happens to the mouse's home in "T…
Speaker's plow tore up the mouse's house
In "To a Mouse" the poet's attitude to…
Pity
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Unit 1 British Literature
Kenning
Wergeld
The Three Estates
Chivalry
Metaphorical phrase used instead of a name
restitution for murder or expect revenge
Aristocrats, Clergy, and peasants
qualifications of a knight that include courtesy, generosity,…
Kenning
Metaphorical phrase used instead of a name
Wergeld
restitution for murder or expect revenge
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British Lit Vocab Unit 4
stratagem
recumbent
pusillanimous
pecuniary
(n.) a scheme to outwit or deceive an opponent or to gain an…
(adj.) in a reclining position, lying down, in the posture of…
(adj.) contemptibly cowardly or mean spirited
(adj.) consisting of or measured in money; of or related to m…
stratagem
(n.) a scheme to outwit or deceive an opponent or to gain an…
recumbent
(adj.) in a reclining position, lying down, in the posture of…
Advanced British Lit Vocab Unit 4
Atrophy
Bastion
Concord
Consummate
n. the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
n. a fortified place, stronghold
n. a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact,…
adj. complete or perfect in the highest degree; v. to bring t…
Atrophy
n. the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
Bastion
n. a fortified place, stronghold
British Literature Vocabulary Week 4
Pasty
Pram
Windscreen
Redundant
a pastry turnover, filled with potatoes, turnips and meat
stroller or baby carriage
windshield
to be laid off from work
Pasty
a pastry turnover, filled with potatoes, turnips and meat
Pram
stroller or baby carriage
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British Literature Vocabulary #4
Myopic
Overt
Pejorative
Propound
Adjective; nearsighted or lacking imagination, foresight, or…
Adjective; done or shown openly, plainly or readily apparent,…
Adjective; expressing contempt or disproval
Verb; put forward(an idea, theory, or point of view) for cons…
Myopic
Adjective; nearsighted or lacking imagination, foresight, or…
Overt
Adjective; done or shown openly, plainly or readily apparent,…
British Literature: Unit 1
monk
Anglo Saxons
Christianity
- valueless... - powerless
Bede was a Benedictine _________.
Bede's "Ecclesiastical History of the English People" is our…
The purpose of the "History" was to chart the spread of _____…
In "The Conversion of Edwin", Coifi, the high priest, describ…
monk
Bede was a Benedictine _________.
Anglo Saxons
Bede's "Ecclesiastical History of the English People" is our…
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British Literature Vocab #4
Floral
Acronym
Mercurial
Halcyon
Flowery
A word made up from the initial letters of the other words
Changeable
Happy
Floral
Flowery
Acronym
A word made up from the initial letters of the other words
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British Literature Vocab. # 4
Arid
Camaraderie
Conditional
Discredit
Extremely dry... Ex:The desert is arid.
Friendship... Ex: The camaraderie between the boys was real.
Allow on certain terms. ... Ex: Her English grade is conditional…
Destroy reputation.... Ex: The pollution discredited each other.
Arid
Extremely dry... Ex:The desert is arid.
Camaraderie
Friendship... Ex: The camaraderie between the boys was real.
british lit vocab unit 4
engendering
sundry
array
chivalry
to bring into existence
various, miscellaneous
splendid attire, finery, dress
the medieval principles of a knight
engendering
to bring into existence
sundry
various, miscellaneous
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