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English Scarlet letter quiz
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
Name of the jailer
What did Pearl's pain in the jail that…
Why was Chillingworth staying in the J…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Master Brackett
Hester's breast milk was transferring Hester's pain into the…
The indians and the magistrates still hadn't decided the pric…
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Name of the jailer
Master Brackett
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English Scarlet letter quiz
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
Name of the jailer
What did Pearl's pain in the jail that…
Why was Chillingworth staying in the J…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Master Brackett
Hester's breast milk was transferring Hester's pain into the…
The indians and the magistrates still hadn't decided the pric…
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Name of the jailer
Master Brackett
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English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ignominy
countenance
assimilate
subsistence
personal humiliation, disgrace, shame
bearing, demeanor, face, appearance
to enter into, to become absorbed
minimum required to sustain life
ignominy
personal humiliation, disgrace, shame
countenance
bearing, demeanor, face, appearance
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab-English
Rheumatism
Abhorrence
Propagate
Ignominy
(noun) Any disease marked by inflammation of the joints
(noun) A feeling of disgust, repugnance
(verb) To spread and promote
(noun) Public shame or disgrace
Rheumatism
(noun) Any disease marked by inflammation of the joints
Abhorrence
(noun) A feeling of disgust, repugnance
English - The Scarlet Letter definitions
inauspicious
ignominy
mien
sagacity
not showing or suggesting that future success is likely
disgrace, dishonor, or public contempt
air, bearing or demeanor
wisdom
inauspicious
not showing or suggesting that future success is likely
ignominy
disgrace, dishonor, or public contempt
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English Final: Scarlet letter
When and where does the Scarlet Letter…
What religious group does the novel re…
What was Hester's punishment for the s…
Why does Hester receive punishment?
1600s Boston Massachusetts
Puritans
Scarlet letter, jail pillory
She committed adultery when she was married and her husband w…
When and where does the Scarlet Letter…
1600s Boston Massachusetts
What religious group does the novel re…
Puritans
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English The Scarlet letter vocab
abashed
amenable
antipathy
ascetic
cause to feel embarrassed or ashamed
open and responsive to suggestion, easily persuaded or contro…
hatred, feeling of extreme dislike or aversion
characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self-di…
abashed
cause to feel embarrassed or ashamed
amenable
open and responsive to suggestion, easily persuaded or contro…
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English Vocabulary: The Scarlet Letter
edifice
sepulcher
scourge
ignominy
n. a large, usually impressive building
n. a tomb, grave, or burial place
v. causing affliction or calamity
n. disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
edifice
n. a large, usually impressive building
sepulcher
n. a tomb, grave, or burial place
English- The Scarlet Letter Vocab
venerable
*haughty
grave
*obliterate
respect
conceited... After she received $100, she walked in a ____ way.
look like death
to get rid of ... She ____ the donut.
venerable
respect
*haughty
conceited... After she received $100, she walked in a ____ way.
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English Vocab (The Scarlet Letter)
edifice
utopia
ponderous
portal
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
an imagined place or state of things in which everything is p…
slow and clumsy, being of great weight
an entrance, door or gate
edifice
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
utopia
an imagined place or state of things in which everything is p…
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English: the scarlet letter vocabulary
Ponderous. Adj
Edifice. N
Congenial. Adj
Inauspicious. Adj
Very heavy or massive
Large imposing building
Having similar tastes, interests; getting on well together
Not favorable; not promising
Ponderous. Adj
Very heavy or massive
Edifice. N
Large imposing building
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english - the scarlet letter people
Arthur Dimmesdale
Black Man
General Meller
Governor Bellingham
is a respected minister in Boston and the father of Pearl. Wh…
A nickname for the devil. The legend speaks of a Black Man wh…
The oldest inhabitant of the Customs House. He has the indepe…
The former governor, who believes Hester should not be allowe…
Arthur Dimmesdale
is a respected minister in Boston and the father of Pearl. Wh…
Black Man
A nickname for the devil. The legend speaks of a Black Man wh…
English The scarlet letter 1
Ignominy
Iniquity
Penal
Wont
Personal humiliation; dishonor
Wickedness; sinfulness
Subject to punishment
Accustomed or used to
Ignominy
Personal humiliation; dishonor
Iniquity
Wickedness; sinfulness
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English.11th.The Scarlet Letter
Letter A to puritans
Letter A to Hester
Letter A to Dimmesdale
Letter A to Chillingworth
Mark of punishment
Unjust humiliation 不公正的羞辱
reminder of his own guilt
a Spur to the quest of revenge 报仇
Letter A to puritans
Mark of punishment
Letter A to Hester
Unjust humiliation 不公正的羞辱
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English Final- The Scarlet Letter
Background
Background on novel
Characters
Symbols
Nathaniel Hawthrone - ... -1804-64 ... -Often found it impossible…
-Published in 1850 ... -Set in 17th century Puritan Mass. - in B…
Hester Prynne- ... -protagonist and the wearer of the scarlet l…
Scarlet Letter- changes because she realizes it more of a sig…
Background
Nathaniel Hawthrone - ... -1804-64 ... -Often found it impossible…
Background on novel
-Published in 1850 ... -Set in 17th century Puritan Mass. - in B…
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English The Scarlet Letter Flashcards
-a woman who wears a scarlet leter ... -h…
-a man with a kind spirit... -eldest cler…
-Hester's husband... -sent Hester to Amer…
-Hester's daughter with Dimmesdale... -ha…
Hester Prynne
Reverend John Wilson
Roger Chillingworth
Pearl
-a woman who wears a scarlet leter ... -h…
Hester Prynne
-a man with a kind spirit... -eldest cler…
Reverend John Wilson
The Scarlet letter English 11
True
True
True
False
True or False?... Before Hester left England, Chillingworth was…
True or False? ... Hester first mounts the scaffold in June
True of False? ... Pearl is not yet a year old when Hester is re…
True or False? ... Roger Chillingworth is Pearl's father
True
True or False?... Before Hester left England, Chillingworth was…
True
True or False? ... Hester first mounts the scaffold in June
English quiz for scarlet letter
Sepuchers
Edifice
Utopia
Beetle browed
A small room where a dead person is buried
A structure that has a roof and walls
An imagined state where everything is perfect
Big bushy eyebrows
Sepuchers
A small room where a dead person is buried
Edifice
A structure that has a roof and walls
26 terms
English Final: The Scarlet Letter
Author
Setting
What influenced author to write this?
What is the black flower of civilized…
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Boston, mid 17th century
ashamed of his ancestors... hated Puritans
the prison
Author
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Setting
Boston, mid 17th century
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The Scarlet Letter // AP English
classic
symbolism
symbols
setting
conveys precisions of style, formality of structure, and, abo…
the practice of using symbols by investing things with a symb…
objects, colors, people, etc., that represent, express, or id…
Boston, Massachusetts; 17th century
classic
conveys precisions of style, formality of structure, and, abo…
symbolism
the practice of using symbols by investing things with a symb…
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English-Scarlet Letter Study Guide
What is the setting of the story
What legend accounts for the existence…
What is the mood of the crowd, and why…
What reasons are given as to why Heste…
Boston Massachusetts (New England)
That their fragrance and fragile beauty might show the prison…
They were arguing the anticipated execution of Hester Prynne
They did not know who her husband was so they could not charg…
What is the setting of the story
Boston Massachusetts (New England)
What legend accounts for the existence…
That their fragrance and fragile beauty might show the prison…
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English test Scarlet Letter
Abate
Entreaties
Impropriety
Amid
Lesson; reduce in amount or degree
Pleas; petitions,request
Something improper, incorrect, not appropriate
Surrounded by, in the middle of
Abate
Lesson; reduce in amount or degree
Entreaties
Pleas; petitions,request
English Vocabulary: The Scarlet Letter
utopia
rigidity
transgressor
ignominy
ideal society
stiffness
violator of the law
disgrace
utopia
ideal society
rigidity
stiffness
English vocab-the scarlet letter
benevolence
allude
acute
vivifies
an act of kindness
to make an indirect reference something
sharp penetrating intense
to give life, to animate
benevolence
an act of kindness
allude
to make an indirect reference something
English Vocabulary The Scarlet Letter
Sojourn (noun)
Expound (verb)
Obstinacy (noun)
Lurid (adj.)
A temporary stay
To explain in careful and elaborate detail
fixed and unyielding; stubborn
Gruesome; sensational
Sojourn (noun)
A temporary stay
Expound (verb)
To explain in careful and elaborate detail
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English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
Ponderous Definition
Ponderous Sentence
Physiognomy Definition
Physiognomy Sentence
Adjective - Very heavy, unwieldy
The metal balls attached to the prisoner's ankles were design…
Noun - A person's facial features or expression
It was clear from Martha's anxious physiognomy that she was n…
Ponderous Definition
Adjective - Very heavy, unwieldy
Ponderous Sentence
The metal balls attached to the prisoner's ankles were design…
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English The Scarlet Letter
ignominy
countenance
assimilate
subsistence
personal humiliation, disgrace, shame
bearing, demeanor, face, appearance
to enter into, to become absorbed
minimum required to sustain life
ignominy
personal humiliation, disgrace, shame
countenance
bearing, demeanor, face, appearance
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The scarlet letter vocab English
Amenable
Auspicious
Congenial
Deportment
(Adj) ready; willing; agreeable
(Adj) favorable
(Adj) friendly
(N) a person's behavior/manners
Amenable
(Adj) ready; willing; agreeable
Auspicious
(Adj) favorable
21 terms
English vocabulary The Scarlet Letter
alchemy
mien
sagacity
evanescent
: a science that was used in the Middle Ages with the goal of…
appearance;
wisdom
lasting a very short time; fleeting
alchemy
: a science that was used in the Middle Ages with the goal of…
mien
appearance;
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The Scarlet Letter English Vocab
Mien
Plebian
Sagacity
Antipathy
Appearance, air or attitude
Common, unrefined
Wisdom
Hatred
Mien
Appearance, air or attitude
Plebian
Common, unrefined
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English vocab "The scarlet letter"
Edifice
Invariably
Sepulcher
Congenial
a building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance
in every case or every occasion
a tomb, grave, or burial place
friendly or pleasant
Edifice
a building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance
Invariably
in every case or every occasion
English The Scarlet letter
abashed
amenable
antipathy
ascetic
cause to feel embarrassed or ashamed
open and responsive to suggestion, easily persuaded or contro…
hatred, feeling of extreme dislike or aversion
characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self-di…
abashed
cause to feel embarrassed or ashamed
amenable
open and responsive to suggestion, easily persuaded or contro…
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English vocab the scarlet letter
Edifice
Augur
Abash
Evanescent
N. A building, one of imposing size
N. A seer or prophet... V. To fortell or predict
V. To make ashamed or uneasy; embarrass
Adj. vanishing or likely to vanish
Edifice
N. A building, one of imposing size
Augur
N. A seer or prophet... V. To fortell or predict
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English the scarlet letter
Sojourn
Obstinancy
Heterogeneous
Fervor
A temporary stay
Stubbornness
Different in-kind
Intensity passion
Sojourn
A temporary stay
Obstinancy
Stubbornness
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English vocab: the scarlet letter
Inimical
Solace
Propagate
Palliate
Unfriendly; hostile
Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of dis…
To publicize
To relieve or lessen without curing
Inimical
Unfriendly; hostile
Solace
Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of dis…
English Vocabulary The Scarlet Letter
Physiognomy
Transgressor
Malefactress
Ignominy
n. A person's facial features or expression
n. A violator of the law
n. A wrong-doing woman
n. Shamefulness
Physiognomy
n. A person's facial features or expression
Transgressor
n. A violator of the law
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English Vocabulary: The Scarlet Letter
edifice
sepulcher
scourge
ignominy
n. a large, usually impressive building
n. a tomb, grave, or burial place
v. causing affliction or calamity
n. disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
edifice
n. a large, usually impressive building
sepulcher
n. a tomb, grave, or burial place
english: the scarlet letter vocab
ignominy
physiognomies
indubitably
heterogenous
loss of dignity
the appearance of someone's face
obvious; definitely true
parts or aspects varying from each other
ignominy
loss of dignity
physiognomies
the appearance of someone's face
English The Scarlet Letter Vocab
Petrify
Countenance
Solemn
Sombre or somber
(v) to make rigid; to make lifeless or inactive; deaden; to c…
(n) face, visage, especially the face as an indication of moo…
(adj) marked by the invocation of a religious sanction; serio…
(adj) conveying gloomy suggestions or ideas; dismal, depressing
Petrify
(v) to make rigid; to make lifeless or inactive; deaden; to c…
Countenance
(n) face, visage, especially the face as an indication of moo…
25 terms
English Vocab: The Scarlet Letter
Ponderous
Unsightly
Malefactress
Grisly
adj. of great weight; heavy; slow, cumbersome
adj. distasteful unpleasant to look at
n. a female offender who has broken a law or does evil.
causing a shudder or feeling of horror; horrible; gruesome.
Ponderous
adj. of great weight; heavy; slow, cumbersome
Unsightly
adj. distasteful unpleasant to look at
English 11 The Scarlet Letter
grim
scaffold
scandal
repent
stern, harsh, cruel
an elevated platform
a disgraceful or discreditable action
to feel sorry, self-reproachful, or contrite for past conduct
grim
stern, harsh, cruel
scaffold
an elevated platform
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english terms for the scarlet letter
ignominy (noun)
lurid (adjective)
infamy (noun)
indubitably (adverb)
public shame or disgrace
shining with an unnatural red glow
a state of extreme dishonor
in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted
ignominy (noun)
public shame or disgrace
lurid (adjective)
shining with an unnatural red glow
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english - the scarlet letter people
Arthur Dimmesdale
Black Man
General Meller
Governor Bellingham
is a respected minister in Boston and the father of Pearl. Wh…
A nickname for the devil. The legend speaks of a Black Man wh…
The oldest inhabitant of the Customs House. He has the indepe…
The former governor, who believes Hester should not be allowe…
Arthur Dimmesdale
is a respected minister in Boston and the father of Pearl. Wh…
Black Man
A nickname for the devil. The legend speaks of a Black Man wh…
English 11H- The Scarlet Letter
ignominy
epoch
conspicuous
sojourn
disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
a particular period of time marked by distinctive features, e…
Easily seen or noticed; attracting special attention
a temporary stay
ignominy
disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
epoch
a particular period of time marked by distinctive features, e…
54 terms
English The Scarlet Letter Test
adultery, angel, able
a jail, cemetery
bird
in the middle of the night, inaugurati…
Name three things that the letter "A" represents in the story
What are the 2 things that Hawthorne says most people wouldn'…
What does Nathanel Hawthorne use repeatedly to describe Pearl?
When does Dimmesdale go to stand on the pillory?
adultery, angel, able
Name three things that the letter "A" represents in the story
a jail, cemetery
What are the 2 things that Hawthorne says most people wouldn'…
English The Scarlet Letter #1
ascetic
augur
contumacious
evanescent
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
stubborn, disobedient, rebellious or insubordinate
short-lived, vanishing quickly
ascetic
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
augur
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
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English Vocab the Scarlet Letter
Vicissitude
Irrefragable
Comport
Obeisance
Changing circumstances
Not to be disputed or contested
To conduct or behave
A bodily gesture, such as a bow, that express respect
Vicissitude
Changing circumstances
Irrefragable
Not to be disputed or contested
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English 3- The scarlet letter
abase
avail
congenial
enumerate
humble, humiliate
benefit, useful
agreeable, suitable
detail, list
abase
humble, humiliate
avail
benefit, useful
28 terms
English vocabulary for the scarlet letter
Hypocrisy
Congenial
Perplexed
Vulnerable
Pretending to be what one is not or to believe what one does…
Pleasant, existing together in harmony
Filled with uncertainty, puzzled
Open to attack or damage
Hypocrisy
Pretending to be what one is not or to believe what one does…
Congenial
Pleasant, existing together in harmony
40 terms
English 11 the scarlet letter
hibbins
winthrop
black man
bellingham
is a witch
dies on the same night that hester's lover climbs the scaffold
the term used to describe evil, satan, or the devil by puritans
commissions a pair of gloves from Hester
hibbins
is a witch
winthrop
dies on the same night that hester's lover climbs the scaffold
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