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Tale of Two Cities Book 1: Chapter 1
Epoch
Incredulity
Superlative
Revelations
A particular historical period
Disbelief
Excellent
Acts of communicating truth or making it known
Epoch
A particular historical period
Incredulity
Disbelief
Tale of Two Cities Book 1: Chapter 1
Epoch
Incredulity
Superlative
Revelations
A particular historical period
Disbelief
Excellent
Acts of communicating truth or making it known
Epoch
A particular historical period
Incredulity
Disbelief
Tale Vocab Chapter 1
Epoch
Incredulity
Humane
Crude
Time Period
Inability to believe
Kind, merciful
Constructed in a rudimentary or make shift way
Epoch
Time Period
Incredulity
Inability to believe
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Tale of Two Cities Book 1: Chapter 1
Epoch
Incredulity
Superlative
Revelations
A particular historical period
Disbelief
Excellent
Acts of communicating truth or making it known
Epoch
A particular historical period
Incredulity
Disbelief
A Tale of Two Cities Chapter 1
nobility
starved
warning
rights
a group of people who are the members of the highest social c…
suffered or died from lack of food; suffered from extreme hun…
something that tells someone about possible danger or trouble
protect people's freedoms; ex. speech, religion, press,
nobility
a group of people who are the members of the highest social c…
starved
suffered or died from lack of food; suffered from extreme hun…
5 terms
Tales - Chapter 1
scrub
rinse
advertising
commercial
wash clean by hard rubbing
to remove soap by washing with clear water
type of business that tries to sell things to people
radio or television ad
scrub
wash clean by hard rubbing
rinse
to remove soap by washing with clear water
20 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 1 Chapter 1
atheistical
traitorous
waylay
potentate
adjective: pertaining to or characteristic of atheists or ath…
adjective: having the character of a traitor; treacherous; pe…
verb: to intercept or attack from ambush, as in order to rob,…
noun: a person who possesses great power, as a sovereign, mon…
atheistical
adjective: pertaining to or characteristic of atheists or ath…
traitorous
adjective: having the character of a traitor; treacherous; pe…
A tale of 2 cities Book the 1st chapter 1-3
What re the 2 cities of the novels tit…
Whos is the "king with a large jaw" in…
Who is the "Queen with a plain face" i…
Who is the "King with the large jaw" i…
London and paris
King George the lll
Queen Charlotte Sophia
King Louis XVI
What re the 2 cities of the novels tit…
London and paris
Whos is the "king with a large jaw" in…
King George the lll
31 terms
Tale of Despereaux Book 1
Mon Dieu
shard
obscenely
indignant
My goodness!
a piece of broken glass or pottery
Outrageous to accepted standards
Filled with resentment or anger over something unjust, unwort…
Mon Dieu
My goodness!
shard
a piece of broken glass or pottery
26 terms
Telling Tales in Latin Chapter 1
aer
aqua
caelum
calor
air
water
heaven
heat
aer
air
aqua
water
14 terms
Tales from the Odyssey Book 2 Chapter 1
comrades
hearth
cove
harbor
a close friend
the area in front of a fireplace
a small sheltered inlet or bay; a side of a beach
a place of safety and comfort
comrades
a close friend
hearth
the area in front of a fireplace
Tale of Two Cities (First Book: Recalled to Life)- Chapter 1 vocab.
epoch
incredulity
superlative
prophetic
a particular historical period
disbelief
excellent; highest degree
foretelling; predictive
epoch
a particular historical period
incredulity
disbelief
113 terms
A Tale of Two Cities: Book 2 (Chapter 1-10)
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
Tellson's Bank is also a parody of the…
_______ ______ was the arched gateway…
5
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
Bastille (men go in young and come out old)
Temple Bar
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
5
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
Tale of Two Cities Vocab Book 1 (chapter 1-6)
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
n... vehicle carrying condemned persons
adj... not believing in the existence of God
n... A train of attendants
n... A solemn charge under oath; commitment
Tumbrils
n... vehicle carrying condemned persons
Atheistical
adj... not believing in the existence of God
14 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 3 Chapter 1-7 Freshman English
capricious
submissive
carnage
reiterated
changing often and quickly; especially : often changing sudde…
willing to obey someone else
the killing of many people
: to repeat something you have already said in order to empha…
capricious
changing often and quickly; especially : often changing sudde…
submissive
willing to obey someone else
A Tale of Two Cities Book 1 Chapter 1 Vocab
incredulity
superlative
sublime
rapping
inability or unwillingness to believe.
of the highest kind, quality, or order; surpassing all else o…
supreme or outstanding.
communication by the sound of taps or knocks, as between medi…
incredulity
inability or unwillingness to believe.
superlative
of the highest kind, quality, or order; surpassing all else o…
12 terms
Tale of Two Cities Chapter 1
Incredulous
Myriad
Disconcerting
Lethargy
adjective- unwilling or unable to believe something
noun- countless OR and extremely large number
adjective- causing one to feel disturbed or unsettled
noun- a lack of energy or enthusiasm
Incredulous
adjective- unwilling or unable to believe something
Myriad
noun- countless OR and extremely large number
A Tale of Two Cities Book 3 Chapter 1 Vocab
capricious
functionary
cockades
sabres
subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion or…
a person who works in a specified capacity, especially in gov…
a rosette, knot of ribbon, etc., usually worn on the hat as p…
a heavy, one-edged sword, usually slightly curved, used espec…
capricious
subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion or…
functionary
a person who works in a specified capacity, especially in gov…
50 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book II-chapter 1-10 review
What interval of time has passed since…
Describe Tellson's Bank.
Who is the odd-job man at Tellson's?
Describe Jerry's son.
5 years later
Old- fashioned, small, dark, ugly, no space
Jerry Cruncher
Looks like his father- same name and 12 years old.
What interval of time has passed since…
5 years later
Describe Tellson's Bank.
Old- fashioned, small, dark, ugly, no space
Tale of Two Cities Book 3 (Chapter 1-8) Vocabulary
capricious
girded
emigrant
farrier
changing one's mind quickly and often
encircled; fastened with a belt
a person who leaves a country or region to live elsewhere
one who shoes horses
capricious
changing one's mind quickly and often
girded
encircled; fastened with a belt
A Tale of Two Cities Book 2 Chapter 1 Vocab
incommodious
obstinacy
iron bars proper
meditated
inconvenient, as not affording sufficient space or room; unco…
stubborn persistence.
unpainted
to engage in thought or contemplation; reflect.
incommodious
inconvenient, as not affording sufficient space or room; unco…
obstinacy
stubborn persistence.
13 terms
Tale of Despereaux Chapter 1-10
Conform
Shard
Speculation
Reveal
To act in obedience or agreement
A piece or fragment of something brittle brittle(such as pott…
Thoughts or guesses about something
To make known
Conform
To act in obedience or agreement
Shard
A piece or fragment of something brittle brittle(such as pott…
A Tale of Two Cities Vocab Book 2 Chapter 1
Cogitated
Deprecated
Extemporised
Incommodious
Pondered, meditated
Expressed disapproval of
Improvised
Uncomfortable
Cogitated
Pondered, meditated
Deprecated
Expressed disapproval of
A Tale of Two Cities Vocabulary- Book 1, Chapter 1-3
superlative
revelations
potentate
turnkeys
excellent (adj.)
acts of communicating truth or making it known (n)
on who wields great power (n)
person in charge of prisoners' keys (n)
superlative
excellent (adj.)
revelations
acts of communicating truth or making it known (n)
8 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book 1 - chapter 1-4
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
(n): vehicle carrying condemned prisoners
(adj): not believing in the existence of God
(n): train of attendants
(n): solemn charge under oath; commitment
Tumbrils
(n): vehicle carrying condemned prisoners
Atheistical
(adj): not believing in the existence of God
Tale of Two Cities Book the Second Chapter 1&2
Incommodious
Extemporised
Urchin
Deprecated
Uncomfortable
Improvised
Mischievous youngster
Expressed disapproval of
Incommodious
Uncomfortable
Extemporised
Improvised
A Tale of Two Cities: 2nd Book Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Incommodious
Extermporised
Urchin
Deprecated
Uncomfortable
Improvised
Mischievous youngster
Expressed disapproval of
Incommodious
Uncomfortable
Extermporised
Improvised
20 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Vocab Book 1 Chapter 1-6
Antithesis
Superlative
Jack-boots
Adjuration
a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
of the highest quality or degree
large, strong leather boot the top of which covers the knee;…
a solemn command, an earnest entreaty
Antithesis
a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
Superlative
of the highest quality or degree
16 terms
Tales of Garcon Chapter 1
Advertising Fees
1. business format franchising... 2. prod…
business format franchising
franchise fee
Money that is collected from franchisees and then used to mar…
two types of franchising
use a corporation's brand name and operating system to serve…
A one-time fee paid by franchisees to the franchisor prior to…
Advertising Fees
Money that is collected from franchisees and then used to mar…
1. business format franchising... 2. prod…
two types of franchising
11 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 1
Epoch
Capitulated
Stolid
Squalid
(n.) a distinct period of time, era, age
to accept or agree to something that you have been opposing f…
(adj.) not easily moved mentally or emotionally; dull, unresp…
Disgusting, filthy, foul, extremely neglected
Epoch
(n.) a distinct period of time, era, age
Capitulated
to accept or agree to something that you have been opposing f…
18 terms
A Tale of Two Cites Book 2 Chapter 1-16
extemporised
appellation
debauchery
aphorism
spoke without perparation
name; title
habitual bad conduct
expressed without using many words
extemporised
spoke without perparation
appellation
name; title
A tale of 2 cities Book the 1st chapter 1-3
What re the 2 cities of the novels tit…
Dickens describes England and France i…
Whos is the "king with a large jaw" in…
Who is the "Queen with a plain face" i…
London and paris
Both are ruled by kings who enjoy and appear to believe is go…
King George the lll
Queen Charlotte Sophia
What re the 2 cities of the novels tit…
London and paris
Dickens describes England and France i…
Both are ruled by kings who enjoy and appear to believe is go…
A Tale of Two Cities Vocab Book 2 Chapter 1-6
trepidation
quartering
illustrious
sublime
(n.) a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may…
(n.) a line of usually noble or distinguished ancestry
(v.) well known, respected, and admired for past achievements
(v.) to convert into something of higher worth
trepidation
(n.) a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may…
quartering
(n.) a line of usually noble or distinguished ancestry
tale of two cities vocab: book II, chapter 1-5
complied
ambuscade
consigned
calamity
to conform/ submit/ adpt (as to a regulation/ another's wishe…
ambush
to give, transfer, or deliver into the hands or control of an…
a disastrous event marked by grey loss and lasting distress a…
complied
to conform/ submit/ adpt (as to a regulation/ another's wishe…
ambuscade
ambush
113 terms
A Tale of Two Cities: Book 2 (Chapter 1-10)
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
Tellson's Bank is also a parody of the…
_______ ______ was the arched gateway…
5
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
Bastille (men go in young and come out old)
Temple Bar
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
5
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
A Tale of Two Cities Book 3 Chapter 1
Ambuscade
Dragoon
Egress
Equipages
Ambush
Military
Exit
Carriages
Ambuscade
Ambush
Dragoon
Military
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Tale of Despereaux Book 1
conform
indulge
adhere
speculations
acting according to certain accepted standards
lenient; giving to the desires of others
to follow closely or exactly
guesses
conform
acting according to certain accepted standards
indulge
lenient; giving to the desires of others
113 terms
A Tale of Two Cities: Book 2 (Chapter 1-10)
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
Tellson's Bank is also a parody of the…
_______ ______ was the arched gateway…
5
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
Bastille (men go in young and come out old)
Temple Bar
Chapter 1 begins __ years from when Dr…
5
Tellson's Bank is a microcosm of the c…
England (no improvements were wanted by the owners)
Tale of Two Cities Chapter 1 Vocab
Epoch
Superlative
Revalation
incredulity
a period of time in history or a person's life, typically one…
of the highest quality or degree
a surprising and previously unknown fact, especially one that…
the state of being unwilling or unable to believe something.
Epoch
a period of time in history or a person's life, typically one…
Superlative
of the highest quality or degree
Tales of Boy Childhood, Chapter 1-9 Characters
Harald Dahl
Sophie Dahl
Bestemama and Bestepapa
Astri
Roald's Father who passed away from pneumonia and depression.…
Roald's mother, raised her kids and her step-kids after Haral…
Roald´s ancient grandparents. Dahl spends the summer in Norwa…
Roald´s deceased older sister.... She died from appendicitis.
Harald Dahl
Roald's Father who passed away from pneumonia and depression.…
Sophie Dahl
Roald's mother, raised her kids and her step-kids after Haral…
15 terms
Tales From the Underground Railroad Chapter 1-2
horizon
steamboat
crusader
sensation
Going straight across from side to side
A boat powered by a steam engine that turns a large paddle wh…
people that went to fight for many reasons
A feeling or an awareness.
horizon
Going straight across from side to side
steamboat
A boat powered by a steam engine that turns a large paddle wh…
14 terms
The Handmaid's Tale Vocabulary Chapter 1-7
Palimpsest
Fraternize
Pedantic
Orthodox
Something having diverse layers or aspects beneath the surface
Be friendly with
Scholarly in a dull or narrow way; finicky
Generally accepted view; traditional
Palimpsest
Something having diverse layers or aspects beneath the surface
Fraternize
Be friendly with
13 terms
Chapter 1 Tale of Two Cities
What year is the plot set in?
In the form of a paradox, what are Eng…
What is the relationship between the R…
Conditions of France
1775
The best and worst it can be
They are out of touch with the common people
Inflation is out of control oppressive social system results…
What year is the plot set in?
1775
In the form of a paradox, what are Eng…
The best and worst it can be
11 terms
Tale of Two Cities: Chapter 1 Vocabualry
Cadaverous
Evince
Inexorable
Adjure
Ghastly
Show
Inflexible, Willfully Immovable
to Appeal, Change
Cadaverous
Ghastly
Evince
Show
13 terms
the tale of despereaux vocabulary chapter 1 -10
conform
diplomat
indignant
speculation
to act in obedience or agreement
a person employed or skilled in diplomacy
filled with or expressing indignation
thoughts or guesses about something
conform
to act in obedience or agreement
diplomat
a person employed or skilled in diplomacy
15 terms
Tale of 2 Cities Chapter 1-6
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
Vehicle carrying condemed persons
not believing in the existence of God
A train of attendants
A solemn charge under oath
Tumbrils
Vehicle carrying condemed persons
Atheistical
not believing in the existence of God
17 terms
Chapter 1 A Tale of Two Cities
revelations
concede
sublime
bespatter
something revealed or disclosed, especially a striking disclo…
to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admit
impressing to the mind with a sense of grandeur of power; ins…
to soil by spattering; splash with water, dirt, etc
revelations
something revealed or disclosed, especially a striking disclo…
concede
to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admit
A Tale of Two Cities - Chapter 1
Blunderbusses
Conceded
Contraband
Epoch
Short muskets
Granted as a privilege
Smuggled goods
A particular historical perios
Blunderbusses
Short muskets
Conceded
Granted as a privilege
A Tale of Two Cities Book, Chapter 1 Vocab
Incommodious
Attribute
Eminence
Conviction
Inconvenient or uncomfortable, as by no affording sufficient…
A quality or characteristic inherent in or ascribed to someon…
A position of great destruction or superiority
A condition of being well known or successful
Incommodious
Inconvenient or uncomfortable, as by no affording sufficient…
Attribute
A quality or characteristic inherent in or ascribed to someon…
Tale of Tow Cities Book 2: Ch 1-13
Fagged
Propitiate
Clemency
Felicitously
Toiled
Gain the favor of
Mercifulness
Pleasantly
Fagged
Toiled
Propitiate
Gain the favor of
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