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English Literature Study Guide Chapter 13
Imagist
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Young Abe Lincoln
Philadelphia Childhood
group of international experimental poets who organized a rev…
Author: Benjamin Franklin... Quote: "This bookish inclination at…
Author: Carl Sandburg
Author: Marian Anderson... Quote: "I was born on Webster Street…
Imagist
group of international experimental poets who organized a rev…
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Author: Benjamin Franklin... Quote: "This bookish inclination at…
English 12 Chapter 13
Advocate
antipathy
emancipate
idiosyncrasy
Synonym: to speak or write in favor of; support... Antonym: oppo…
Synonym: a strong dislike or distaste; hatred... Antonym: love
Synonym: to set free from slavery, captivity, or oppression... A…
Synonym: a personal peculiarity; quirk... Antonym:typical behavi…
Advocate
Synonym: to speak or write in favor of; support... Antonym: oppo…
antipathy
Synonym: a strong dislike or distaste; hatred... Antonym: love
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Chapter 13 Literature
Swift
Accelerate
Celerity
To run
CELER
To cause faster movement, to go faster
Swiftness, quickness, speed
CURRO, CURRE, CUCURRI, CURSUM
Swift
CELER
Accelerate
To cause faster movement, to go faster
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LITERATURE: CHAPTER 13 VOCABULARY
Tone
Satiric poetry
Persona
Irony
The mood or manner of expression of a literary work, which co…
Poetry that blends criticism with humor to convey a message,…
Latin for "mask." A fictitious character created by an author…
In language, a discrepancy between what is said and what is m…
Tone
The mood or manner of expression of a literary work, which co…
Satiric poetry
Poetry that blends criticism with humor to convey a message,…
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Chapter 13 Vocab for Literature
ad infinitum
apportion
bona fide
buoyant
(adv.) endlessly
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
(adj.) genuine; sincere
(adj.) able to float easily; able to hold things up; cheerful…
ad infinitum
(adv.) endlessly
apportion
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
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Literature vocabulary chapter 13
Ad infinitum
Bond fide
Rancid
Untenable
Again and again in the same way, for forever
Genuine, real
Smelling or tasting unpleasant; as old and stale
Not able to be maintained against attack
Ad infinitum
Again and again in the same way, for forever
Bond fide
Genuine, real
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English chapter 13
indifferent
impulsive
exotic
emerged
unconcerned
acting without planning
foreign
come out
indifferent
unconcerned
impulsive
acting without planning
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English Chapter 13 Vocabulary
abet
aver
blatant
broach
to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in something w…
to affirm, declare confidently.
noisy in a coarse, offensive way; obvious or conspicuous, esp…
to bring up or begin to talk about (a subject); to announce,…
abet
to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in something w…
aver
to affirm, declare confidently.
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Chapter 13 Vocabulary Literature
Curtail
Devastate
Digress
Incentive
to shorten
to upset greatly; overwhelm
to go off the subject, to turn aside
encouragement, motivation
Curtail
to shorten
Devastate
to upset greatly; overwhelm
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Literature Chapter 13-15 Vocab
Vibrance
Skeptically
Chaos
Assimilated
Radience; brightness
Doubtful
Disorder; turmoil
Absorbed
Vibrance
Radience; brightness
Skeptically
Doubtful
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Chapter 13 English 1.
Congenial
Flippant
Impasse
Perception
friendly
Rude
Deadlock
A view
Congenial
friendly
Flippant
Rude
10 terms
English 3: Chapter 13
decorum
espouse
exhilaration
exhorbitant
(n.) proper behavior, good taste in conduct or appearance
(v.) to make one's own; adopt or embrace, as in a cause
(n.) excitement; a state of elation
(adj) unreasonably high price
decorum
(n.) proper behavior, good taste in conduct or appearance
espouse
(v.) to make one's own; adopt or embrace, as in a cause
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CHAPTER 13 English Voc.
Accessible
awe
cite
compatible
within reach
respect
to mention
able to work together
Accessible
within reach
awe
respect
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Chapter 13 Engaging Children with Literature
Booktalk
Literature Discussion
Literature circle
Graffiti boards
_______- is an oral presentation by a teacher, a librarian or…
________ _______- usually accompanies a read aloud. In these…
_______ ______- where students meet in small groups to share…
______ ________- a large sheet of paper on the table and stud…
Booktalk
_______- is an oral presentation by a teacher, a librarian or…
Literature Discussion
________ _______- usually accompanies a read aloud. In these…
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English II Chapter 13
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
To cut short or reduce
To upset greatly; to lay waste to, ruin
(v) go off-topic when speaking or writing
a reason for doing something; something that stimulates actio…
curtail
To cut short or reduce
devastate
To upset greatly; to lay waste to, ruin
Literature chapter 13 and 14 vocab
Aphorism
Contemplative
Dogma
Empirical
Brief statements of truth or an opinion
Characterized by thoughtful observation or study
Beliefs considered to be absolutely true
Based on observation or experiment
Aphorism
Brief statements of truth or an opinion
Contemplative
Characterized by thoughtful observation or study
BJU American Literature Chapter 13
Developers of Plot and Conflict
Shirley Jackson (1919-1965)
Charles
Richard Connell (1893-1949)
• Shirley Jackson ... • Richard Connell ... • James Thurber ... • Arch…
She combined humor, mystery, and suspense to create stories w…
An entertaining story in which appearances are deceptive.
After the war he became a free lance writer working primarily…
Developers of Plot and Conflict
• Shirley Jackson ... • Richard Connell ... • James Thurber ... • Arch…
Shirley Jackson (1919-1965)
She combined humor, mystery, and suspense to create stories w…
English 1 Chapter 13
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
to promote
a strong dislike
to free
a personal habit
Advocate
to promote
Antipathy
a strong dislike
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English 33 Chapter 13
Elaborate
Emerge
Exotic
Frugal
having a lot of small details or parts that are connected tog…
to appear after being hidden: to come out
unusual and exciting because of a connection with a foreign c…
careful to only buy what is necessary: thrifty
Elaborate
having a lot of small details or parts that are connected tog…
Emerge
to appear after being hidden: to come out
English 4B chapter 13
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
To promote
A strong dislike
To free
A personal habit
Advocate
To promote
Antipathy
A strong dislike
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English I Vocabulary Chapter 13
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
to shorten
to upset greatly
to go off the subject
encouragement
curtail
to shorten
devastate
to upset greatly
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English III Vocabulary Chapter 13
acquiesce
articulate
belittle
bombastic
to consent
using words effectively
to put down
pompous or using high-sounding language without much meaning
acquiesce
to consent
articulate
using words effectively
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Chapter 13-15 Literature Terms
Poem
Poet
Old English
Middle English
from the Greek "poiein" which means "to create or make"; a li…
a person who writes poems
earliest poems date back to this period; many of these reflec…
written about many other subjects, but religious themes have…
Poem
from the Greek "poiein" which means "to create or make"; a li…
Poet
a person who writes poems
Academic English Vocab. Chapter 13
bombastic
acquiesce
belittle
diffident
using high sounding language without much meaning; overblown
to consent without protest; comply; assent
to make something seem less worthy or less important
lacking self-confidence; timid
bombastic
using high sounding language without much meaning; overblown
acquiesce
to consent without protest; comply; assent
English IV Vocabulary Chapter 13
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
to cut short or reduce
to upset deeply; overwhelm
to turn aside, or stray, especially from the main topic in sp…
something that moves someone to work harder; a motivation
curtail
to cut short or reduce
devastate
to upset deeply; overwhelm
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Practical English Chapter 13 Vocabulary
refundable deposit
landlord
credit reference
utilities
money that can be returned if certain conditions are met
a person who owns rental property
a person or business that can vouch that you pay your bills
services, such as gas, electricity, and water
refundable deposit
money that can be returned if certain conditions are met
landlord
a person who owns rental property
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English Literature Quiz 13
William Blake
Robert Burns
Oliver Goldsmith
apostrophe
wrote "The Tyger" and "The Clod and the Pebble"
Scotland's greatest poet
wrote The Deserted Village
an address to an inanimate object as if it were a person
William Blake
wrote "The Tyger" and "The Clod and the Pebble"
Robert Burns
Scotland's greatest poet
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English II Chapter 13 Vocabulary
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
to shorten
to upset greatly
to get off the subject
encouragement
curtail
to shorten
devastate
to upset greatly
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L9 English chapter13
Hypothermia
marina
medivac
witch doctors
body temperature drops due to cold
where boats dock
emergency transport to hospital
Indian medicine men/women
Hypothermia
body temperature drops due to cold
marina
where boats dock
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English 10 Vocabulary Chapter 13
advocate
antipathy
emancipate
idiosyncrasy
verb; to speak or write in favor of; support
noun;a strong dislike or distaste; hatred
verb; to set free from slavery, captivity, or oppression
noun; a personal peculiarity; a quirk
advocate
verb; to speak or write in favor of; support
antipathy
noun;a strong dislike or distaste; hatred
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 13
Nirvana
Salutary
Despicable
Harlequin
A condition of great peace or happiness
Healthful; wholesome
Contemptible; hateful
A clown
Nirvana
A condition of great peace or happiness
Salutary
Healthful; wholesome
English - Chapter 13 WH quotes
Stranger
Man
Devil
Ruffianly
'Her eye, long _____ to any gleam of pleasure'
'Is Mr Heathcliff a ___?'
'Is he a ____?'
'_____ child'
Stranger
'Her eye, long _____ to any gleam of pleasure'
Man
'Is Mr Heathcliff a ___?'
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Chapter 13 English vocabulary
Ad infinitum
Apportion
Bona fide
Buoyant
Endlessly
To divide and give out in shares
Genuine ; sincere
Able to float easily; abke to hold things up; cheerful, hopeful
Ad infinitum
Endlessly
Apportion
To divide and give out in shares
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Essential Idioms in English- Chapter 13
to break down
to turn out
once in a blue moon
to give up
to stop functioning
to become or result; to appear, to attend (also: to come out)
rarely, infrequently
to stop trying; to stop a bad habit; to surrender
to break down
to stop functioning
to turn out
to become or result; to appear, to attend (also: to come out)
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Chapter 13 important details literature
Billy then heard a _______ squeal so h…
The Prichard boys didn't give Billy th…
The dogs get in a fight and __________…
Rubin starts to beat up _________
Baby
Kill
Billy's
Billy
Billy then heard a _______ squeal so h…
Baby
The Prichard boys didn't give Billy th…
Kill
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English Chapter 13
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
To promote
A strong dislike
To free
A personal habit
Advocate
To promote
Antipathy
A strong dislike
10 terms
English: Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Acquiesce
Articulate
Belittle
Bombastic
To consent
Using words effectively
To put down
Wordy and pretentious
Acquiesce
To consent
Articulate
Using words effectively
10 terms
Chapter 13 - English II
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
to shorten
to upset greatly
to go off the subject
encouragement; motivation
curtail
to shorten
devastate
to upset greatly
English vocab chapter 13
bombastic
acquiesce
belittle
diffident
using high sounding language without meaning; overblown
to consent without protest; comply; assent
to make something seem less worthy or less important; disparage
lacking self confidence; timid
bombastic
using high sounding language without meaning; overblown
acquiesce
to consent without protest; comply; assent
20 terms
English Vocab Chapter 13
antecedent
antediluvian
antemeridian
antepenult
word that a pronoun refers to
very old, primitive
occurring before noon
third syllable from the end of a word
antecedent
word that a pronoun refers to
antediluvian
very old, primitive
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English Chapter 13 Voc.
Emancipate
Manacle
Mandate
Manipulate
To free from restrain.
Anything that constrains.
A formal order from a higher court.
To use.
Emancipate
To free from restrain.
Manacle
Anything that constrains.
chapter 13 vocab English
curtail
devastate
digress
incentive
to cut short or reduce
to upset deeply; overwhelm
to turn aside, or stray , especially from the main topic in s…
something that moves one to take action or work harder, a mot…
curtail
to cut short or reduce
devastate
to upset deeply; overwhelm
20 terms
English Chapter 13
Antecedent
Antediluvian
Antemeridian
Antepenult
word the a pronoun refers to
Literally, of the time before the flood described in the bibl…
Occurring before noon
syllable before the penultimate (third syllable from the end…
Antecedent
word the a pronoun refers to
Antediluvian
Literally, of the time before the flood described in the bibl…
Chapter 13 Vocab English
Curtail
Devastate
Digress
Incentive
To shorten
To upset
To go off the subject
Encouragement
Curtail
To shorten
Devastate
To upset
20 terms
Chapter 13 English vocab
Ad infinitum
Apportion
Bona fide
Buoyant
Adv. endlessly... Synonym: forever... Antonym: succinctly... Ni'
V. To divide and give out in shares... Synonym: distribute... Por'
Adj. genuine, sincere... Synonym: authentic... Antonym: false... Bo'
Adj. able to float easily... Synonym: jaunty... Antonym:!downcast... B…
Ad infinitum
Adv. endlessly... Synonym: forever... Antonym: succinctly... Ni'
Apportion
V. To divide and give out in shares... Synonym: distribute... Por'
Chapter 13 English
Advicate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
Promote
Stong dislike
To free
Personal habit
Advicate
Promote
Antipathy
Stong dislike
10 terms
English Vocabulary chapter 13
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
To support or speak in favor of
A strong dislike
To free
A personal habit or quirk
Advocate
To support or speak in favor of
Antipathy
A strong dislike
20 terms
English: Chapter 13 Vocab
abet
aver
blatant
broach
to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in something w…
to affirm, declare confidently... syn: assert, asseverate, avouc…
noisy in a coarse, offensive way; obvious or conspicuous, esp…
to bring up or begin to talk about ( a subject ); to announce…
abet
to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in something w…
aver
to affirm, declare confidently... syn: assert, asseverate, avouc…
10 terms
English Chapter 13 Vocab
Impede
Inclusive
Advocate
Jurisdiction
To delay or slow; get in the way of
Including much or everything; broad or complete in coverage
To speak or write in favor of; support
The authority to administer justice; power; range or extent o…
Impede
To delay or slow; get in the way of
Inclusive
Including much or everything; broad or complete in coverage
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Chapter 13 English Vocabulary
coffer
edifice
retainer
rivulet
box; large chest for money
A building
a fee paid in advance for services; a servant; an attendant
A small stream, brook
coffer
box; large chest for money
edifice
A building
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