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32 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 2 Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary
Auspicious
Debauchery
Pernicious
Deference
conducive to success; favorable
bad or immoral behavior
Destructive; deadly
humble submission and respect
Auspicious
conducive to success; favorable
Debauchery
bad or immoral behavior
17 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book 1 Chapters 1-4 Vocab
incredulity
sublime**
illustrious
pilferer
the quality or state of being skeptical or unwilling to belie…
characterized by nobility, majestic, exalted; inspiring awe a…
well known and distinguished; eminent; renowned; famous
someone who steals without violence
incredulity
the quality or state of being skeptical or unwilling to belie…
sublime**
characterized by nobility, majestic, exalted; inspiring awe a…
20 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book 1 Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary
incredulity
sublime
illustrious
pilferer
the quality or state of being unable or unwilling to believe
impressing the mind with a sense of power; supreme; outstanding
highly distinguished; renowned; famous
someone who steals (especially in small quantities)
incredulity
the quality or state of being unable or unwilling to believe
sublime
impressing the mind with a sense of power; supreme; outstanding
9 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book 2: Chapters 1-4
Extemporised
Apellation
Debauchery
Aphorism
Spoke without preparation
Name; title
Habitual bad conduct
Expressed without using many words
Extemporised
Spoke without preparation
Apellation
Name; title
A Tale of Two Cities Book the Third Chapters 1-4
Equipages
Capricious
Emigrant
Sequestrated
equipment
whimsical
one who moved residence from one country to another
taking custody of a defendants property
Equipages
equipment
Capricious
whimsical
13 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book the Second Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary
auspicious
beguile
debauchery
deference
conducive to success; favorable
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures
humble submission and respect
auspicious
conducive to success; favorable
beguile
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
8 terms
A Tale of Two Cities- Book 1: Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
A vehicle carrying condemned people
Not believing in the existence of God
Resonant, loud
A solemn charge under oath, commitment
Tumbrils
A vehicle carrying condemned people
Atheistical
Not believing in the existence of God
11 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book III Chapters 1-4
Equipages
Capricious
Emigrant
Sequestrated
Luggage carriage, luggage
Whimsical, careless, or erratic behavior
Exile, alien
Isolated, secluded, separated
Equipages
Luggage carriage, luggage
Capricious
Whimsical, careless, or erratic behavior
27 terms
Book the First Vocabulary (Chapters 1-4, A Tale of Two Cities)
besmirched
blunderbuss
cadaverous
capitulate
(adj.) stained; sullied
(n.) an old-fashioned gun
(adj.) like a dead body
(v.) to stop resisting
besmirched
(adj.) stained; sullied
blunderbuss
(n.) an old-fashioned gun
20 terms
A Tale of Two Cities- Book 2, Chapters 1-4
Acuity
Antipathy
Auspicious
Beguile
Sharpness of perception
A dislike, distaste, or enmity
Favorable
To deceive, mislead, persuade with charm
Acuity
Sharpness of perception
Antipathy
A dislike, distaste, or enmity
18 terms
Tale of Two Cities: Book 2; Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary
extemporised
appellation
debauchery
aphorism
spoke without preparation
name or title
habitual; bad conduct
expressed without using many words
extemporised
spoke without preparation
appellation
name or title
88 terms
Sex and the city (book) (chapter 4)
Wedlock (archaic)
Naive (adj)
Mouse
Country
Boda, casament
ingenu, innocent, inexpert
Ratolí, gallina (figurat,col·loquial)
País, camp, regió/zona, població/habitants/ciutadania (en sen…
Wedlock (archaic)
Boda, casament
Naive (adj)
ingenu, innocent, inexpert
134 terms
Sex and the city (book) chapter 1
Unsentimental
Witty
Right away
Hooked up (informal)
Realista, poc sentimental, pràctic
Agut, enginyós, ocurrent
Immediatament
Connectat (phrasal)
Unsentimental
Realista, poc sentimental, pràctic
Witty
Agut, enginyós, ocurrent
14 terms
Tale of two cities book2 1-4
Ferocity
Trepidation
Deprecated
Acute
Savagery
Here, trembling, agitation
To disapprove regretfully, to belittle, to express mild disap…
Sharpness of perception
Ferocity
Savagery
Trepidation
Here, trembling, agitation
25 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 2 - Chapters 1-10
Trepidation
Bestrewn
Acquitted
Ignobly
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
Found not guilty... free (someone) from a criminal charge by a v…
(adv.) in a dishonorable manner, without honor, meanly
Trepidation
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
Bestrewn
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
8 terms
Tale of Two Cities Ch 4 Book 1
Acquit
Drawer
Gradations
Packet
Perform a duty and release from obligation
Person who removes liquor from its container
Advances by regular decrees
Passenger boat
Acquit
Perform a duty and release from obligation
Drawer
Person who removes liquor from its container
15 terms
A Tale of Two Cities- Book 1 Chapters 1-4 and chapters 5-6
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
A vehicle carrying condemned peoples
Not believing in the existence of God
Resonant, loud
A solemn charge under oath, commitment
Tumbrils
A vehicle carrying condemned peoples
Atheistical
Not believing in the existence of God
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…
10 terms
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
10 terms
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
10 terms
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
12 terms
City of Ember Chapters 1-4
announce
anticipation
blackout
blotches
make known
A feeling of expecting something; a knowing that something is…
A prolonged period without power
a small unpleasant-looking area of color
announce
make known
anticipation
A feeling of expecting something; a knowing that something is…
8 terms
Book #1: Chapter #4
habitat
grassland
adaptation
forest
place where an animal lives
dry place with lots of grass
body part of behavior that helps an animal live
place with many trees
habitat
place where an animal lives
grassland
dry place with lots of grass
10 terms
Tale of Two Cities Vocabulary Book 1- Chapters 1-6
Epoch
Requisition
Restoratives
Incredulity
(n.) a distinct period of time, era, age
a formal request/demand OR to request officially
(n.) substances that serve to restore, substances that bring…
disbelief
Epoch
(n.) a distinct period of time, era, age
Requisition
a formal request/demand OR to request officially
15 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 1 Chapter 2
mire
mutinous
brute
capitulated
noun: a tract or area of wet, swampy ground; bog; marsh.
adjective: disposed to, engaged in, or involving revolt again…
noun: a nonhuman creature; beast.
verb: to surrender unconditionally or on stipulated terms.
mire
noun: a tract or area of wet, swampy ground; bog; marsh.
mutinous
adjective: disposed to, engaged in, or involving revolt again…
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…
14 terms
Tales of Two Cities - book 1
epoch
incredulity
haggard
blunderbuss
large period of time; era JB
unbelief JB
looking exhausted and unwell, especially from fatigue, worry,…
a short-barreled large-bored gun with a flared muzzle, used a…
epoch
large period of time; era JB
incredulity
unbelief JB
33 terms
book 2 chapters 1-12: a tale of two cities vocab (4/24/15)
abject
affably
aphorism
beguiled
hopeless, wretched
pleasantly, courteously
concise witty statement of a truth
deceived, distracted
abject
hopeless, wretched
affably
pleasantly, courteously
10 terms
Vocabulary - A Tale of Two Cities - Book Three - Chapters 1-7
capricious
carnage
functionary
armoury
Impulsive and unpredictable
(n.) the slaughter of numerous people; (n.) those slain in ba…
official (who performs a particular function)
(n.) a secure place for the storage of weapons
capricious
Impulsive and unpredictable
carnage
(n.) the slaughter of numerous people; (n.) those slain in ba…
14 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 3 - Chapters 1-7
Capricious
Submissive
Carnage
Reiterated
Changing one's mind quickly and often... Impulsive and unpredict…
Easily yielding to authority (In some cultures, wives are sup…
Bloody and extensive slaughter
To repeat something you have already said in order to emphasi…
Capricious
Changing one's mind quickly and often... Impulsive and unpredict…
Submissive
Easily yielding to authority (In some cultures, wives are sup…
20 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 4: Ch. 1-4 Vocab
equipages
capricious
traversed
farrier
fully equipped carriages
unsteady, changeable, erratic
passed through, traveled
one who shoes horses
equipages
fully equipped carriages
capricious
unsteady, changeable, erratic
18 terms
a tale of two cities vocab book 1 ch. 1-4
incredulity
sublime
illustrious
pilferer
Inability to believe
lofty or grand
(adj.) very famous, distinguished
a thief who steals without using violence
incredulity
Inability to believe
sublime
lofty or grand
8 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 1 Chap 1-4
Tumbrils
Atheistical
Retinue
Adjuration
A vehicle carrying condemned people
Not believing in the existence of God
Resonant, loud
A solemn charge under oath, commitment
Tumbrils
A vehicle carrying condemned people
Atheistical
Not believing in the existence of God
65 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 2 Chapters 1-4 Useful Information (No Quote Matching)
What is the title of Chapter 1?
When does the chapter take place?
Characterize Tellson's Bank.
True or False: The employees at Tellso…
Five Years Later
1780
very small, very dark, very ugly, very incommodious
True
What is the title of Chapter 1?
Five Years Later
When does the chapter take place?
1780
23 terms
Book #4: Chapter #1
cell
oxygen
chlorophyll
tissue
smallest unit of living matter
a gas in the air that animals need to breathe
green substance that helps plants make food
group of similar cells working together
cell
smallest unit of living matter
oxygen
a gas in the air that animals need to breathe
30 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book III Vocabulary Chapters 1-8
functionary
dragoon
commiseration
goaler
a person who functions in a specified capacity, especially in…
a member of a European military unit formerly composed of hea…
A feeling of sympathy and sorrow for the misfortunes of others
A jailor (in France)
functionary
a person who functions in a specified capacity, especially in…
dragoon
a member of a European military unit formerly composed of hea…
25 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 2 - Chapters 1-10
Trepidation
Bestrewn
Acquitted
Ignobly
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
Found not guilty... free (someone) from a criminal charge by a v…
(adv.) in a dishonorable manner, without honor, meanly
Trepidation
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
Bestrewn
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
27 terms
[WHS-Eng] Book the First Vocabulary (Chapters 1-4, A Tale of Two Cities)
besmirched
blunderbuss
cadaverous
capitulate
(adj.) stained; sullied
(n.) an old-fashioned gun
(adj.) like a dead body
(v.) to stop resisting
besmirched
(adj.) stained; sullied
blunderbuss
(n.) an old-fashioned gun
15 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 2 - Chapters 1-10
Trepidation
Bestrewn
Acquitted
Ignobly
Fear
Scattered
Found not guilty
Dishonorably
Trepidation
Fear
Bestrewn
Scattered
10 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book Two - Chapters 1-10
trepidation
bestrewn
ignobly
sublime
(n.) fear, fright, trembling
(part.) scattered, dispersed
(adv.) dishonorably
lofty or grand
trepidation
(n.) fear, fright, trembling
bestrewn
(part.) scattered, dispersed
24 terms
A Tale of Two Cities chapters 1-5, book 3
Complied
Ambuscade
Consigned
Calamity
To conform, submit, adapt (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 great loss and lasting distress…
Complied
To conform, submit, adapt (as to a regulation/another's wishe…
Ambuscade
Ambush
43 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 1 & Book 2 through Chapter 6
Obstinacy
Purloined
Urchin
Animosity
Stubbornness n
Theif n
Naughty boy n
Hatred n
Obstinacy
Stubbornness n
Purloined
Theif n
11 terms
Chapter 4 Inside the City 1
Urban Form
Factors of Production
Residual Theory of Land Value
Mobile Factors
The physical spatial characteristics of a city.
A necessary input for building something
A parcel of land is an immovable object and gets paid for aft…
Factors of production that can move or be moved
Urban Form
The physical spatial characteristics of a city.
Factors of Production
A necessary input for building something
25 terms
A Tale of Two Cities - Book 2 - Chapters 1-10
Trepidation
Bestrewn
Acquitted
Ignobly
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
Found not guilty... free (someone) from a criminal charge by a v…
(adv.) in a dishonorable manner, without honor, meanly
Trepidation
Fear, apprehension (Feeling great trepidation, Anya refused t…
Bestrewn
to scatter over; to besprinkle; to strew
17 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 2: CH 1-4
Incommodious
Extemporised
Urchin
Deprecated
Uncomfortable
Improvised
Mischievous youngster
Expressed disapproval of
Incommodious
Uncomfortable
Extemporised
Improvised
43 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book I: Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary
epoch
incredulity
superlative
aesthetical
period of time in history; distinctive period of time
disbelief, skepticism
highest quality or degree
having to do with beauty or artistic appeal
epoch
period of time in history; distinctive period of time
incredulity
disbelief, skepticism
17 terms
Tale of Two Cities Book 2: CH 1-4
Incommodious
Extemporised
Urchin
Deprecated
Uncomfortable
Improvised
Mischievous youngster
Expressed disapproval of
Incommodious
Uncomfortable
Extemporised
Improvised
9 terms
A Tale of Two Cities Book II Ch 1-4
extemporized
appellation
debauchery
aphorism
compose, perform, or produce something such as music or a spe…
a name, title, or designation
excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures
a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
extemporized
compose, perform, or produce something such as music or a spe…
appellation
a name, title, or designation
8 terms
A Tale of Two Cities: Book 1 (ch 1-4) Vocab
Tumbrels
Atheistic
Retinue
Adjuration
Carts used in the French Revolution to convey victims to the…
Denies the existence of a supreme being or beings
A group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an im…
An earnest request
Tumbrels
Carts used in the French Revolution to convey victims to the…
Atheistic
Denies the existence of a supreme being or beings
16 terms
A tale of two cities vocabulary book 2 chapters 4-6
Footpads
Eke
Solicitor
Compuncation
People who rob pedestrians
Also
Lawyer
Remorse
Footpads
People who rob pedestrians
Eke
Also
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