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English Chapter 5 Vocabulary Words
singular
plural
pronoun
antecedent
expresses only one
expresses more than one
a word used in place of a noun
the noun a pronoun replaces... They... The dogs are playing.
singular
expresses only one
plural
expresses more than one
chapter 5 voc. English
pattern
precipitation
water cycle
temperature
the way something repeats itself
the water that falls to Earth
the way water moves from Earth to the clouds and back to the…
how hot or cold something is
pattern
the way something repeats itself
precipitation
the water that falls to Earth
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Shurley English 1 Chapter 5
the
worked
a
ant
THE is an article adjective (A)
Verb (V)
A is an article adjective (A)
Subject Noun (SN)
the
THE is an article adjective (A)
worked
Verb (V)
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English Chapter 5
postscript
prescription
scribe
script
a note added after the ending of a letter
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
Before the invention of printing a person who wrote books by…
The text of a play, movie, or broadcast
postscript
a note added after the ending of a letter
prescription
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
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Shurley English Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Coax
Despised
Recycle
Bin
to urge with gentlenes
to be looked down upon; hated
to treat or process waste materials for reuse
a box or container used to hold trash
Coax
to urge with gentlenes
Despised
to be looked down upon; hated
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English Chapter 5 Vocab
Acuity
Delineate
Depraved
Enervate
Sharpness
To portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid detail;…
Marked by evil and corruption, devoid of moral principles
To weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigor of;…
Acuity
Sharpness
Delineate
To portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid detail;…
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English Chapter 5 Vocabulary
altruistic adj
assent verb/noun
benefactor noun
chivalrous adj
unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
to express agreement; agreement
one who does good to others
marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly
altruistic adj
unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
assent verb/noun
to express agreement; agreement
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World English 2 chapter 5
challenge
mental
physical
equipment
something difficult
using your brain
using your body or muscles
things you need to do something
challenge
something difficult
mental
using your brain
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English Vocab Chapter 5
amazon
iconoclast
sardonic
supercilious
noun. large, strong, aggressive woman
noun. attacker of traditional or cherished beliefs, instituti…
adj. mockingly bitter or scornful; sarcastic
adj. scornfully looking down on others; disdainfully superior
amazon
noun. large, strong, aggressive woman
iconoclast
noun. attacker of traditional or cherished beliefs, instituti…
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English 9 Chapter 5 Vocab Words
Imply
Obstacle
Hypocrite
Illusion
To express indirectly; suggest
Something the gets in the way; a barrier
One who claims to be something that he or she is not; an insi…
A false impression; a mistaken view of reality
Imply
To express indirectly; suggest
Obstacle
Something the gets in the way; a barrier
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English 11GQE Chapter 5
ambi-
mag-
post-
-duc-
both, around
great, large
after, behind
to lead
ambi-
both, around
mag-
great, large
English 2B Chapter 5
Allusion
Appease
Banal
Altruistic
A reference
To calm
Unoriginal
Unselfish
Allusion
A reference
Appease
To calm
English Vocab Chapter 5
Accomplice (noun) kam'
Annihilate (noun) ni'
Arbitrary (adj.) at'
Brazen (adj.) bra'
A person who take part in a crime ... The accomplice of a crime…
To destroy completely... Jimi Hendrix annihilated his guitar aft…
Unreasonable; based on ones wishes or whims without regard fo…
Shameless, impudent; made of brass... Brazen items are strong.…
Accomplice (noun) kam'
A person who take part in a crime ... The accomplice of a crime…
Annihilate (noun) ni'
To destroy completely... Jimi Hendrix annihilated his guitar aft…
Chapter 5 English Stems
Loco... locomotion, location, dislocate
Sur... surface, surrealist, surfeit
Alter... alteration, alternative, altruism
Contra... contradiction, contrast, contrary
Place
Over
Other
Against
Loco... locomotion, location, dislocate
Place
Sur... surface, surrealist, surfeit
Over
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CHAPTER 5 VOCABULARY ENGLISH
Wretched
Prelonged
Totter
Interval
Characterized
In duration
Not being stable
Definite length
Wretched
Characterized
Prelonged
In duration
English chapter 5
Valor
Agile
Wary
Valor
Personal bravery
To move quickly and easily
Always on the alert
Synonym; courage... Antonym; awkward
Valor
Personal bravery
Agile
To move quickly and easily
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English Vocab Chapter 5
Predispose
Predilection
Advocate
Corroborate
To incline beforehand
A favorable predisposition
To support
To confirm
Predispose
To incline beforehand
Predilection
A favorable predisposition
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Chapter 5 English 1
Charlatan: a con artist
Corroborate: to support
Disseminate: to spread
Diverge: to separate
The charlatan tried to get me to buy a medicine that would en…
The teacher made Suzie ask another teacher if they corroborat…
Hannah didn't want the rumor that she was talking about Kaitl…
Chloe watched as her and her mother diverged into another lane.
Charlatan: a con artist
The charlatan tried to get me to buy a medicine that would en…
Corroborate: to support
The teacher made Suzie ask another teacher if they corroborat…
English Chapter 5
Arbitrary
Mercenary
Allusion
Syndrome
Determined by personal judgment, not rule or reason; based on…
Motivated only by financial gain; greedy
An indirect reference
A group of symptoms typical of a particular disease or condit…
Arbitrary
Determined by personal judgment, not rule or reason; based on…
Mercenary
Motivated only by financial gain; greedy
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English Vocabulary Chapter 5
corridor
shallow
tilt
twiter
a passageway (as in a school) into which compartments or room…
having little depth
to move or shift so as to slant or tip
to make a series of chirping sounds
corridor
a passageway (as in a school) into which compartments or room…
shallow
having little depth
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English I Vocabulary Chapter 5
allusion
altruistic
appease
arbitrary
a hint about
unselfish
to calm
impulsive
allusion
a hint about
altruistic
unselfish
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Chapter 5 Freshmen English
endorse
imply
obstacle
hypocrite
to support; express approval of
to express indirectly
something that gets in the way; a barrier
One who claims to be something he or she is not; an insincere…
endorse
to support; express approval of
imply
to express indirectly
The 13 English Colonies - Chapter 5
joint-stock company
charter
plantations
indentured servants
A company made up of a group of shareholders. Each shareholde…
A document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
Huge farms that required a large labor force to grow crops
Colonists who received free passage to North America in excha…
joint-stock company
A company made up of a group of shareholders. Each shareholde…
charter
A document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
English Chapter 5 Vocabulary
detestable
imparcialmente
caducar
malignamente
detestable
impartially
lapse
malignantly
detestable
detestable
imparcialmente
impartially
Chapter 5 English vocab
Encounter
Intergrity
Tradition
Vary
means a meeting especially one that in not experted
being honest and true to oneslef
A custom belief or practice that is passed down from one gene…
to change different in some way
Encounter
means a meeting especially one that in not experted
Intergrity
being honest and true to oneslef
English Chapter 5
Sheepishly - 26
Potent - 28
Morose - 29
Lugubriously - 30
timidity
having great power
ill-tempered
looking or sound sad
Sheepishly - 26
timidity
Potent - 28
having great power
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English chapter 5
postscript
prescription
scribe
script
n. a note after ending a letter
n.an order for medicine written by a doctor
n.a writer
n.1 the text of a play, movie , or broadcast... 2. handwriting
postscript
n. a note after ending a letter
prescription
n.an order for medicine written by a doctor
Chapter 5 English vocab
antagonism
ardent
arid
assuage
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
Passionate
Dry
To make something unpleasant less severe
antagonism
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
ardent
Passionate
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Vocabulary Chapter 5 English II
Affronted
Affronted
Allusion
Allusion
insulted; offended
Carl was ____ by the suggestion that his paper was not his ow…
an indirect reference; a hint; an implied reference to someth…
The ____ in the speech was clearly to Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
Affronted
insulted; offended
Affronted
Carl was ____ by the suggestion that his paper was not his ow…
English 4 -Chapter 5
Copious
Dearth
Eloquent
Jargon
plentiful
shortage
stirring
technical language
Copious
plentiful
Dearth
shortage
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English 12 - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Copious
Dearth
Eloquent
Jargon
Abundant; in plentiful supply
A scarcity; lack
Extremely expressive and persuasive
The specialized language of people in the same profession
Copious
Abundant; in plentiful supply
Dearth
A scarcity; lack
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English III Vocabulary Chapter 5
copious
dearth
eloquent
jargon
plentiful
a shortage
stirring
technical language
copious
plentiful
dearth
a shortage
Essential English Words Chapter 5
AWARE
BADLY
BELONG
CONTINUE
adj. You know about something.
adv. In a severe or harmful way.
v. You own something.
v. To keep doing something.
AWARE
adj. You know about something.
BADLY
adv. In a severe or harmful way.
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English 3 CP Vocab Chapter 5
equivocate
fortuitous
impeccable
liaison
to be vague or unclear
Accidental; by chance
Faultless; perfect
A person who serves as a connection between individuals or gr…
equivocate
to be vague or unclear
fortuitous
Accidental; by chance
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English 11GQE Chapter 5
ambi-
mag-
post-
-duc-
both, around
great, large
after, behind
to lead
ambi-
both, around
mag-
great, large
Chapter 5 Key Words - English
Penal Codes
Regulatory
Felony
Misdemeanor
A set of Criminal laws and the punishments for not obeying th…
Restricting, Limiting, or Controlling by way of laws or rules.
The most serious of crimes, usually involving violence.
A mildly serious crime, usually a minor wrongdoing
Penal Codes
A set of Criminal laws and the punishments for not obeying th…
Regulatory
Restricting, Limiting, or Controlling by way of laws or rules.
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AP English Vocab Chapter 5
acuity
delineate
depraved
emend
(n.) sharpness (particularly of the mind or senses)
(v.) to portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid de…
(adj.) brought to a state of evil and corruption, devoid of m…
(v.) to correct; to alter to serve a new or different purpose
acuity
(n.) sharpness (particularly of the mind or senses)
delineate
(v.) to portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid de…
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English II Chapter 5 Voc
allusion
altruistic
appease
arbitrary
a reference
unselfish
to calm
impulsive
allusion
a reference
altruistic
unselfish
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Chapter 5 Vocabulary Ralston/Szkola English I TM
allusion
altruistic
appease
arbitrary
a reference
unselfish
to calm
impulsive
allusion
a reference
altruistic
unselfish
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Shurley English 6 Chapter 5
vague
synonym for vague
antonym for vague
An eyewitness could only offer _______…
not clearly defined or understood
obscure
clear
vague
vague
not clearly defined or understood
synonym for vague
obscure
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English 9 - Chapter 5 Vocabulary Words
Imply
Obstacle
Hypocrite
Illusion
To express indirectly; suggest
Something that gets in the way; a barrier
Someone who claims to be something he or she is not; an insin…
A false impression; a mistaken view of reality
Imply
To express indirectly; suggest
Obstacle
Something that gets in the way; a barrier
Chapter 5- English 1
Charlatan
Corroborate
Disseminate
Diverge
A fake; a person who falsely claims to have some special skil…
To confirm; strengthen with further evidence; provide proof o…
To spread or scatter widely; distribute... Sentence~... When my mom…
To branch off in different directions from the same starting…
Charlatan
A fake; a person who falsely claims to have some special skil…
Corroborate
To confirm; strengthen with further evidence; provide proof o…
English chapter 5 vocab
Reign (n)
Foretell (v)
Sacrifice (n)
Perpetual (adj)
The period during which a sovereign occupies the throne
To tell of beforehand; predict; prohesy
The offering of animal, plant, or human life or of some mater…
Continuing or enduring forever; everlasting
Reign (n)
The period during which a sovereign occupies the throne
Foretell (v)
To tell of beforehand; predict; prohesy
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Life English - Chapter 5
apology
appointment
basic
birthday
사과
약속
기본
생일
apology
사과
appointment
약속
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English Chapter 5 Vocab
Charlatan (noun)
Disseminate (verb)
Diverge (verb)
Dormant (adjective)
A con artist
To spread
To separate
Growing
Charlatan (noun)
A con artist
Disseminate (verb)
To spread
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English Chapter 5
charlatan
corroborate
disseminate
diverge
noun... a con artist
verb... to support
verb... to spread
verb... to separate
charlatan
noun... a con artist
corroborate
verb... to support
English Vocab Chapter 5
Astute
Asylum
Atone
Atrocity
Definition: keen of mind and judgement
Definition: an institution that cares for the mentally unbala…
Definition: to make up for or repent
Definition: a savagely cruel deed
Astute
Definition: keen of mind and judgement
Asylum
Definition: an institution that cares for the mentally unbala…
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English Vocab Chapter 5
astute part of speech
astute definition
astute synonyms
astute antonyms
adjective
keen of mind and judgement
shrewd, acute, sharp
obtuse, foolish, inane
astute part of speech
adjective
astute definition
keen of mind and judgement
Chapter 5 English Vocab
arbitrary
mercenary
allusion
syndrome
determined by personal judgement, not rule or reason; based o…
motivated only by financial gain; greedy
an indirect reference
a group of symptoms typical of a particular disease or condit…
arbitrary
determined by personal judgement, not rule or reason; based o…
mercenary
motivated only by financial gain; greedy
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English Vocab Chapter 5
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
(n.) a general pardon for an offence against a government; in…
(n.) self-government, political control
(adj.) self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(v.) to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
amnesty
(n.) a general pardon for an offence against a government; in…
autonomy
(n.) self-government, political control
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