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11 terms
Vocab for the College-Bound Student 4.1
acrophobia (n.)
agoraphobia (n.)
Anglophobia (n.)
claustrophobia (n.)
fear of being at a great height
fear of open spaces
dislike of England or the English
fear of enclosed or narrow spaces
acrophobia (n.)
fear of being at a great height
agoraphobia (n.)
fear of open spaces
30 terms
Vocabulary College-Bound Group 4
acquittal
complex
complexity
consign
exculpation; discharge (conviction)
having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard to under…
difficulty; intricacy (simplicity)
give, transfer, or deliver, as if by signing over; hand over;…
acquittal
exculpation; discharge (conviction)
complex
having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard to under…
12 terms
Vocab for the College-Bound Student 4.13
anatomy (n.)
appendectomy (n.)
atom (n.)
atomizer (n.)
dissection of plants, animals, or other things to study their…
surgical removal of the appendix
smallest particle of an element
device for converting liquid into a fine spray
anatomy (n.)
dissection of plants, animals, or other things to study their…
appendectomy (n.)
surgical removal of the appendix
12 terms
Vocab for the College-Bound Student 4.2
philanthropist (n.)
philanthropy (n.)
philately (n.)
philharmonic (adj.)
lover of humanity; person active in promoting human welfare
love of humanity, especially as shown in donations to charita…
collection and study for stamps
pertaining to a musical organization, such as a symphony orch…
philanthropist (n.)
lover of humanity; person active in promoting human welfare
philanthropy (n.)
love of humanity, especially as shown in donations to charita…
15 terms
College-Bound Vocab - Set 4
respite
anecdote
drone
desecrate
a break; a rest... "After a busy fall season, we were all lookin…
A brief story that illustrates or makes a point... "The professo…
(v.) to talk on and on in a dull way... "Ask him about his work…
to show disrespect or to deface something sacred... "ISIS has __…
respite
a break; a rest... "After a busy fall season, we were all lookin…
anecdote
A brief story that illustrates or makes a point... "The professo…
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound: Lesson 4
animosity
anonymity
bibliophile
ebb
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
the state of being unknown or unidentified
one who loves books
to flow or fall back, as the tide does
animosity
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
anonymity
the state of being unknown or unidentified
10 terms
College Bound Vocabulary Lesson 4
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
to persuade with promise and flattery
outspoken, blunt; straightforward, honest
having to do with dogs
bigot
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
cajole
to persuade with promise and flattery
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound B:4
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
to persuade with false promises and flattery
1. outspoken, blunt 2. informal, unoposed
having to do with dogs; a dog
bigot
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery
15 terms
College Bound Vocabulary Lesson 4
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
adj. abstaining from sex
v to criticize sharply
n a stopping; discontinuance
n worthless matter
celibate
adj. abstaining from sex
censure
v to criticize sharply
15 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound - Lesson 4
Celibate
Censure
Cessation
Chaff
Abstaining from sex
To criticize sharply
A stopping; a discontinuance
Worthless matter
Celibate
Abstaining from sex
Censure
To criticize sharply
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound Green Lesson 4
animosity
anonymity
bibliophile
ebb
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
the state of being unknown or unidentified
one who loves books
to flow or fall back, as the tide
animosity
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
anonymity
the state of being unknown or unidentified
10 terms
Vocab for the College Bound Lesson 4
animosity
anonymity
bibliophile
ebb
n. hatred or hostility that is shown openly
n. the condition of being anonymous; unknown
n. one who loves books
v. to flow or fall back, as the tide does
animosity
n. hatred or hostility that is shown openly
anonymity
n. the condition of being anonymous; unknown
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound A: lesson 4
bilk
carp
blatant
blight
to cheat or swindle
to complain or to find fault
offensively noisy; obvious; conspicuous
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
bilk
to cheat or swindle
carp
to complain or to find fault
15 terms
College Bound Lesson Vocab 4
acme
apocryphal
catharisis
desiccate
(n) the highest point
(adj) of doubtful origin; fictitious; superficial
(n) an extremely emotional experience
(v) to dry up completely
acme
(n) the highest point
apocryphal
(adj) of doubtful origin; fictitious; superficial
15 terms
Lesson #4 Vocab for College Bound
Acme
Apocryphal
Catharsis
Desiccate
The highest point.
Of doubtful origin; fictitious.
An extremely emotional experience.
To dry up completely.
Acme
The highest point.
Apocryphal
Of doubtful origin; fictitious.
15 terms
College Bound 6- English 4
Camaraderie
Haughty
Hubris
Imbroglio
Rapport between friends
Proud; arrogant
Arrogance resulting from excessive pride
Difficult situation
Camaraderie
Rapport between friends
Haughty
Proud; arrogant
125 terms
Vocab for college bound student 4
Acrophobia
Agoraphobia
Anglophobia
Logy
Fear of being at a great height
Fear of open spaces
Dislike of england or the english (ant. Anglophilia)
Science, study, account
Acrophobia
Fear of being at a great height
Agoraphobia
Fear of open spaces
131 terms
College Bound Vocab 4-45
ameliorate
amelioration
conserve
conservation
become better; make better; improve; enhance
improvement
keep from waste, loss, or decay; save
preservation from loss, injury, or waste
ameliorate
become better; make better; improve; enhance
amelioration
improvement
Vocabulary for the College Bound List 4
bilk
blatant
blight
cache
to cheat or swindle; to thwart or frustrate.
offensively noisy; obvious, too conspicuous.
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation.
a hiding place; or things hidden, usually valuables.
bilk
to cheat or swindle; to thwart or frustrate.
blatant
offensively noisy; obvious, too conspicuous.
66 terms
College Bound Vocab Unit 4
alacrity
aversion
involuntary
loath
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
not done of one's own free will; automatic unintentional; spo…
unwilling; averse; disinclined; reluctant
alacrity
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
aversion
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
30 terms
College bound Vocab 4/5
Celibate (adj)
Censure (v)
Cessation (n)
Chaff (n)
Abstaining from sex
To criticize sharply
A stopping; discontinuance
Worthless matter
Celibate (adj)
Abstaining from sex
Censure (v)
To criticize sharply
10 terms
Lesson 4 vocab. College bound
Bigot
Cajole
Candid
Canine
One who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
To persuade with promises and flattery
Outspoken, blunt; strait forward, honest
Having to do with dogs
Bigot
One who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
Cajole
To persuade with promises and flattery
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College-Bound - Week 4
attenuate
buxom
burly
cherubic
(v) make thin; weaken. to lessen the amount, force, magnitude…
(adj) healthy; plump; jolly.
(n) big & strong; heavy & muscular. rough and hearty in manne…
(adj) chubby and innocent-looking; like a cherub.
attenuate
(v) make thin; weaken. to lessen the amount, force, magnitude…
buxom
(adj) healthy; plump; jolly.
15 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound 4 copy
Acme
Apocryphal
Catharsis
Dissipate
the highest point... syn: zenith, pinnacle
of doubtful origin; fictitious... syn: spurious, false, erroneous
an extremely emotional experience
to waste; exhaust... syn: squander, expend
Acme
the highest point... syn: zenith, pinnacle
Apocryphal
of doubtful origin; fictitious... syn: spurious, false, erroneous
10 terms
Vocab for the College Bound Yellow 4
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
to persuade with false promises and flattery
outspoken, blunt; informal, unposed
having to do with dogs
bigot
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery
15 terms
college bound: lesson 4 vocab
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
abstain from sex
to criticize
a stopping
worthless
celibate
abstain from sex
censure
to criticize
66 terms
College Bound Vocab Unit 4
alacrity
aversion
involuntary
loath
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
not done of one's own free will; automatic unintentional; spo…
unwilling; averse; disinclined; reluctant
alacrity
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
aversion
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
66 terms
College Bound Vocab Unit 4
alacrity
aversion
involuntary
loath
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
not done of one's own free will; automatic unintentional; spo…
unwilling; averse; disinclined; reluctant
alacrity
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
aversion
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
31 terms
Vocabulary College Bound Set 4
acquit
acquittal
complex
complexity
(v.) 1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; dis…
(n.) exculpation; discharge (ant. conviction)
(adj.) having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard t…
(n.) difficulty; intricacy (ant. simplicity)
acquit
(v.) 1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; dis…
acquittal
(n.) exculpation; discharge (ant. conviction)
37 terms
Vocabulary for the college bound group 4
acquit (2 defs)
acquittal
conviction (A)
complex
1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not quilty; discharg…
exultation; discharge
ant of acquittal
having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard to under…
acquit (2 defs)
1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not quilty; discharg…
acquittal
exultation; discharge
66 terms
College Bound Vocabulary Unit 4
alacrity
aversion
involuntary
loath (adj)
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
not done of one's own free will; automatic; unintentional; sp…
unwilling; averse; disinclined; reluctant
alacrity
cheerful willingness; readiness; liveliness
aversion
strong dislike; repugnance; antipathy
15 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound Lesson 4
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
abstaining from sex
to criticize sharply
a stopping; discontinuance
worthless matter
celibate
abstaining from sex
censure
to criticize sharply
15 terms
Vocab lesson 4 (college bound)
acme
apocryphal
catharsis
desiccate
the highest point
of doubtful origin; fictitious
an extremely emotional experience
to dry up completely
acme
the highest point
apocryphal
of doubtful origin; fictitious
10 terms
College Bound Vocabulary Lesson 4
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
to persuade with promise and flattery
outspoken, blunt; informal , unposed
having to do with dogs
bigot
one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or values
cajole
to persuade with promise and flattery
15 terms
College Bounds 4- English 4
Acme
Apocryphal
Catharsis
Dessicate
The highest point
Fictitious
An extremely emotional experience
To dry up completely
Acme
The highest point
Apocryphal
Fictitious
15 terms
College Bound Vocab Lesson 4
acme
apocryphal
catharsis
desiccate
the highest point
of doubtful origin; fictitious
an extremely emotional experience
to dry up completely
acme
the highest point
apocryphal
of doubtful origin; fictitious
10 terms
Vocab for the College Bound Lesson 4
animosity
anonymity
bibliophile
ebb
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
the condition of being anonymous; unknown
one who loves books
to flow or fall back, as the tide does
animosity
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
anonymity
the condition of being anonymous; unknown
15 terms
VOCABULARY FOR THE COLLEGE BOUND LESSON 4
Acme
Apocryphal
Catharsis
Desiccate
The highest point
Of doubting origin; fictious
An extremely emotional experience
To dry up completely
Acme
The highest point
Apocryphal
Of doubting origin; fictious
14 terms
Vocab for the College-Bound Student 4.25
peri
pericardium (n.)
perigee (n.)
perihelion (n.)
around, about, near, enclosing
membranous sac enclosing the heart
nearest point to the earth in the orbit of a heavenly body
nearest point to the sun in the orbit of a heavenly body
peri
around, about, near, enclosing
pericardium (n.)
membranous sac enclosing the heart
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student: 4.14 (-pod)
pod
antipodes
arthropod
chiropodist
foot
parts of the globe (or their inhabitants) diametrically oppos…
invertebrate with jointed legs
one who treats ailments of the human foot
pod
foot
antipodes
parts of the globe (or their inhabitants) diametrically oppos…
15 terms
College Bound C Lesson 4
Celibate
Censure
Cessation
Chaff
abstaining from sex
to criticize sharply
a stopping; discontinuance
worthless matter
Celibate
abstaining from sex
Censure
to criticize sharply
13 terms
Vocab for the College-Bound Student 4.23
path
antipathy (n.)
apathy (n.)
empathy (n.)
1. feeling, suffering 2. disease
aversion; dislike
lack of feeling, emotion, interest, or excitement; indifference
complete understanding of another's feelings, motives, etc.
path
1. feeling, suffering 2. disease
antipathy (n.)
aversion; dislike
25 terms
Vocab for the College Bound Credit 4
Fragile
ad
Fracture
Vivid
easily broken; frail; delicate
prefix meaning "to"
to break or crack; a break in the bone
having the vigor and spirit of life
Fragile
easily broken; frail; delicate
ad
prefix meaning "to"
15 terms
vocab for college bound lesson 4
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
abstaining from sex
to criticize sharply
discontinuance
worthless matter
celibate
abstaining from sex
censure
to criticize sharply
10 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound Lesson 4
bilk
blatant
blight
cache
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart or frustrate
(adj.) obvious, too conspicuous; offensively noisy
(n.) disease; anything that destroys, prevents growth, or cau…
(n.) a hiding place; or things hidden, usually valuables
bilk
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart or frustrate
blatant
(adj.) obvious, too conspicuous; offensively noisy
15 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound Lesson 4
Celibate
Censure
Cessation
Chaff
abstaining from sex
to criticize sharply
a stopping; discontinuance
worthless matter
Celibate
abstaining from sex
Censure
to criticize sharply
15 terms
Vocabulary for the College Bound - Lesson 4
Acme
Apocryphal
Catharsis
Desiccate
The highest point
A doubtful origin; fictitious
An extremely emotional experience
To dry up completely
Acme
The highest point
Apocryphal
A doubtful origin; fictitious
10 terms
Lesson 4 Vocab for the College Bound
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
(n)one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or v…
(V) to persuade with false promises and flattery
1. (Adj) outspoken, blunt... 2. informal, unposed
(Adj or noun)having to do with dogs
bigot
(n)one who is intolerant of another's beliefs, opinions, or v…
cajole
(V) to persuade with false promises and flattery
15 terms
College bounds 7- English 4
Anectode
Cerebral
Churlish
Cogent
A short personal story
Intelligent
Surly
Convincing; sound
Anectode
A short personal story
Cerebral
Intelligent
15 terms
College bounds 8- English 4
Allay
Ameliorate
Asperity
Exegesis
Relieve; pacify
Improve
Roughness or harshness
An analysis
Allay
Relieve; pacify
Ameliorate
Improve
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