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34 terms
Civil Disobedience
civil disobedience
nonviolent protest
individualism
eccentric
a group's refusal to obey a law because they believe the law…
a peaceful way of protesting against restrictive racial polic…
giving priority to one's own goals over group goals, and defi…
a person with an unusual or odd personality
civil disobedience
a group's refusal to obey a law because they believe the law…
nonviolent protest
a peaceful way of protesting against restrictive racial polic…
16 terms
Civil Disobedience
Pervade
Perturbation
impetuous
misgiving
V. to spread throughout
n. something that disturbs or makes one anxious; the state of…
adj. Quick to act without thinking
(n.) a feeling of fear, doubt, or uncertainty; qualm
Pervade
V. to spread throughout
Perturbation
n. something that disturbs or makes one anxious; the state of…
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
inexpedient
conscientious
standing army
perverted
not useful for achieving a goal
honest; guided by a good conscious
a piece time army
turned away from what is right
inexpedient
not useful for achieving a goal
conscientious
honest; guided by a good conscious
21 terms
Civil Disobedience
Pathos
Sovereign
Inherent
Logos
Uses language and stories that arouse strong feelings
Person, group, or nation having supreme control
Inborn; built-in
Evidence and reasons
Pathos
Uses language and stories that arouse strong feelings
Sovereign
Person, group, or nation having supreme control
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
penitent
expedient
posterity
alacrity
(adj.) regretful for one's sins or mistakes. (n.) one who is…
A means to an end
All future generations of people
cheerful promptness; eagerness;
penitent
(adj.) regretful for one's sins or mistakes. (n.) one who is…
expedient
A means to an end
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
Protest
Nonviolent Protest
Injustice
A refusal to obey rules, laws, or someone in authority in a p…
A statement or action expressing disapproval of something (us…
A practice of achieving demands through symbolic protests, ci…
Lacking fairness or justice (think unfair or unequal).
Civil Disobedience
A refusal to obey rules, laws, or someone in authority in a p…
Protest
A statement or action expressing disapproval of something (us…
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
perverted
posterity
alacrity
...
...
...
...
expedient
...
perverted
...
12 terms
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
Henry David Thoreau
Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948)
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
American transcendentalist who was against a government that…
Leader of India's struggle for independence from Great Britai…
Civil Disobedience
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
10 terms
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
FAIN
WHIT
LYCEUM
SELECTMEN
gladly, willingly
a tiny amount, a bit
organization that sponsor educational programs, such as conce…
refers to a group of elected local officals
FAIN
gladly, willingly
WHIT
a tiny amount, a bit
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
blunder
conclude
confront
conscientious
a mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness
to bring to an end
to come face to face to (usually in a hostile manner)
wishing to do what's right, thoughtful, decent
blunder
a mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness
conclude
to bring to an end
19 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
inexpedient
liable
perverted
a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenien…
adj. unadvisable
legally responsible
twisted, corrupted, turned from normal course
expedient
a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenien…
inexpedient
adj. unadvisable
Civil Disobedience
Succeeded
Obligation
Reminiscence
Esteemed
achieve the desired aim or result
an act or course of action to which a person is morally or le…
a story told about a past event remembered by the narrator
respect and admire
Succeeded
achieve the desired aim or result
Obligation
an act or course of action to which a person is morally or le…
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Succeeded
Systematically
Inexpedient
Prevail
achieve the desired aim or result.
arranged in or comprising an ordered system.
not practical, suitable, or advisable.
prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious.
Succeeded
achieve the desired aim or result.
Systematically
arranged in or comprising an ordered system.
12 terms
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
Henry David Thoreau
Mohandas Gandhi
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
American transcendentalist who was against a government that…
(1869-1948) Leader of India's struggle for independence from…
Civil Disobedience
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
19 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
blunder
conscientious
endeavor
scheme, sketchy; cutting corners to get something done faster
mistake, screwed up; foolish mistake
careful; guided by your contentious by what you know is right
goal, attempt; to try really hard to achieve something great
expedient
scheme, sketchy; cutting corners to get something done faster
blunder
mistake, screwed up; foolish mistake
16 terms
Civil Disobedience
Pervade
Perturbation
impetuous
misgiving
V. to spread throughout
n. something that disturbs or makes one anxious; the state of…
adj. Quick to act without thinking
(n.) a feeling of fear, doubt, or uncertainty; qualm
Pervade
V. to spread throughout
Perturbation
n. something that disturbs or makes one anxious; the state of…
25 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
mode
posterity
din
a meabs to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one
a particular functioning condition or arrangement
all future generations
a loud harsh or strident noise
expedient
a meabs to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one
mode
a particular functioning condition or arrangement
13 terms
Civil Disobedience
palpitation
magazine
unscrupulous
reminiscence
a trembling or shaking; irregular, rapid beating or pulsation…
a compartment in some firearms to hold cartridges
having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair
memory or act of recalling the past
palpitation
a trembling or shaking; irregular, rapid beating or pulsation…
magazine
a compartment in some firearms to hold cartridges
19 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
blunder
endeavor
conscientious
something that is appropriate and convenient, even if it isn'…
a foolish mistake.
an attempt with a lot of effort.
following what you know to be right or true.
expedient
something that is appropriate and convenient, even if it isn'…
blunder
a foolish mistake.
19 terms
Civil Disobedience
Expedient
Blunder
Conscientious
Endeavor
*scheme... I took an expedient route to school because I was run…
*mistake and screwed-up... I made a blunder by not giving my all…
*careful... My actions were conscientious when it came to walkin…
*Goal... You endeavor to jump the big puddle.
Expedient
*scheme... I took an expedient route to school because I was run…
Blunder
*mistake and screwed-up... I made a blunder by not giving my all…
10 terms
civil disobedience
systematically
inexpedient
prevail
laible
given to or using a system or method
not practical, suitable, or advisable
prove more powerful than opposing forces
responsible by law; legally answerable
systematically
given to or using a system or method
inexpedient
not practical, suitable, or advisable
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
systematically
Inexpedient
prevail
Liable
In an organized manner
not practical, suitable, or advisable.
prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious
responsible by law; legally answerable
systematically
In an organized manner
Inexpedient
not practical, suitable, or advisable.
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
abject
congenial
deliberately
impetuous
low; contemptible; wretched
suited to one's needs or nature; agreeable
in an unhurried and thoughtful manner
acting with sudden or rash energy; hasty
abject
low; contemptible; wretched
congenial
suited to one's needs or nature; agreeable
14 terms
Civil Disobedience
logical appeals
ethical appeals
emotional appeals
paradox
Ideas that appeal to a person's sense of logic
uses values or moral standards that are widely accepted as a…
Persuading by appealing to people's emotions; often achieved…
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or opposed…
logical appeals
Ideas that appeal to a person's sense of logic
ethical appeals
uses values or moral standards that are widely accepted as a…
17 terms
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
Henry David Thoreau
Oscar Romero
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
American transcendentalist who was against a government that…
Archbishop of San Salvador also known as "The Defender of the…
Civil Disobedience
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
10 terms
civil disobedience
systematically
inexpedient
prevail
liable
with order and importance.
not practical, suitable, or advisable.
prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious.
responsible by law; legally answerable.
systematically
with order and importance.
inexpedient
not practical, suitable, or advisable.
19 terms
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
Henry David Thoreau
Oscar Romero
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
American transcendentalist who was against a government that…
Archbishop of San Salvador also known as "The Defender of the…
Civil Disobedience
A form of political participation that reflects a conscious d…
3 things necessary for an act to be co…
1. You must break a law you believe is unjust.... 2. You must us…
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Alacrity
Whit
Fain
Inducement
CHEERFUL WILLINGNESS; EAGERNESS; SPEED
A very small amount
Pleased; willing; obliged
N. Anything used or given to persuade or motivate; an incenti…
Alacrity
CHEERFUL WILLINGNESS; EAGERNESS; SPEED
Whit
A very small amount
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
systematically
inexpedient
endeavoring
conscience
methodicall
not an easy or quick way to solve a problem or do something
Trying hard to do or achieve something
An inner feeling of the rightness or wrongness of an action
systematically
methodicall
inexpedient
not an easy or quick way to solve a problem or do something
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
inexpedient
conscientious
unscrupulous
endeavor
not useful for achieving a goal
guided by conscience; honest
without principles; dishonorable
to make an earnest effort; strive
inexpedient
not useful for achieving a goal
conscientious
guided by conscience; honest
8 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
inexpedient
prevail
amend
(n.) a means to an end; (adj.) advantageous, useful
not practical or advisable.
(v.) to triumph over; to succeed
to change for the better
expedient
(n.) a means to an end; (adj.) advantageous, useful
inexpedient
not practical or advisable.
12 terms
Civil Disobedience
alacrity
expedient
demagogue
gregarious
speed or quickness, willingness, eagerness
a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenien…
A leader who appeals to the fears, emotions, and prejudices o…
outgoing; sociable
alacrity
speed or quickness, willingness, eagerness
expedient
a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenien…
Civil Disobedience
Blunder
Conclude
Confront
Conscientious
A mistake
A decision
Come up against
Guided by conscience; honest
Blunder
A mistake
Conclude
A decision
15 terms
Civil Disobedience
The author of Civil Disobedience
Who introduced Thoreau to the ideas of…
How many books were published in Thore…
What was Thoreau's most famous work?
Henry David Thoreau
Emerson
two
"Walden"
The author of Civil Disobedience
Henry David Thoreau
Who introduced Thoreau to the ideas of…
Emerson
21 terms
Civil Disobedience
Pathos
Sovereign
Inherent
Logos
Uses language and stories that arouse strong feelings
Person, group, or nation having supreme control
Inborn; built-in
Evidence and reasons
Pathos
Uses language and stories that arouse strong feelings
Sovereign
Person, group, or nation having supreme control
15 terms
Civil Disobedience
The author of Civil Disobedience
Who introduced Thoreau to the ideas of…
How many books were published in Thore…
What was Thoreau's most famous work?
Henry David Thoreau
Emerson
two
"Walden"
The author of Civil Disobedience
Henry David Thoreau
Who introduced Thoreau to the ideas of…
Emerson
10 terms
Civil disobedience
Transgress
Impetuous
Quarrel
Eloquently
To violate a command or law
Acting with sudden or rash energy
An angree argument
Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing
Transgress
To violate a command or law
Impetuous
Acting with sudden or rash energy
13 terms
Civil Disobedience
Logos
Anecdote
Allusion
Rhetorical Question
Logic
A short and informational story about a real event or person
When a speaker makes a reference to a person/place/thing from…
A question that is asked to make a point rather than to get a…
Logos
Logic
Anecdote
A short and informational story about a real event or person
38 terms
civil disobedience
aggrieved
alacrity
blush
brute
feeling anger because of unfair treatment
a quick and cheerful readiness to do something
a slight red or pink color
strong/forceful; animal like
aggrieved
feeling anger because of unfair treatment
alacrity
a quick and cheerful readiness to do something
10 terms
Civil disobedience
Expedient
Perverted
Posterity
Alacrity
pragmatic,fit ,fitting/unwise
corrupted,sick,deviant/clean
brood,seed,issue/parent
readiness,eagerness,dispatch/Apathy
Expedient
pragmatic,fit ,fitting/unwise
Perverted
corrupted,sick,deviant/clean
8 terms
Civil Disobedience
Inherent
Alacrity
Perverted
Insurrection
Inborn; built-in
Promptness in responding
Misdirected; corrupted
Rebellion; revolt
Inherent
Inborn; built-in
Alacrity
Promptness in responding
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Expedient
Perverted
Posterity
Alacrity
Convenience; means to an end
Misdirected; corrupted
Generations to come
Promptness in responding; eagerness
Expedient
Convenience; means to an end
Perverted
Misdirected; corrupted
9 terms
Civil Disobedience
Expedient
mode
execute
endeavoring
a means to an end
a method/way
to carry out (do)
to make an effort
Expedient
a means to an end
mode
a method/way
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Expedient
Standing
Mode
Execute
A means to an end
Always in place; existing; permanent
A way; method
To carry out; follow through; implement
Expedient
A means to an end
Standing
Always in place; existing; permanent
20 terms
Civil Disobedience
expedient
expedient
perverted
perverted
convenient,advantageous,beneficial
impossible
corrupted,misguided,sick
cleansed
expedient
convenient,advantageous,beneficial
expedient
impossible
8 terms
Civil Disobedience
Abject
Congenial
Deliberately
Impetuous
MISERABLE; PITIFUL
SIMILAR IN TASTES AND HABITS; FRIENDLY; SUITED TO
Intentionally
quick to act without thinking
Abject
MISERABLE; PITIFUL
Congenial
SIMILAR IN TASTES AND HABITS; FRIENDLY; SUITED TO
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
inexpedient
conscientious
unscrupulous
endeavor
adj. not useful for achieving a goal
adj. guided by conscience; honest
adj. without principles; dishonorable
v. to make an earnest effort; strive
inexpedient
adj. not useful for achieving a goal
conscientious
adj. guided by conscience; honest
5 terms
civil disobedience
inexpedient
unscrupulous
endeavor
blunder
not useful for achiecing a goal; in efective
without principles dishonorable dishonest
to make an earnest effort. strive
a mistake
inexpedient
not useful for achiecing a goal; in efective
unscrupulous
without principles dishonorable dishonest
10 terms
Civil Disobedience
Alacrity
Whit
Fain
Inducement
CHEERFUL WILLINGNESS (EAGERNESS; SPEED)
(a very) small amount
willing (pleased; obliged)
an incentive (N. Anything used or given to persuade or motiva…
Alacrity
CHEERFUL WILLINGNESS (EAGERNESS; SPEED)
Whit
(a very) small amount
10 terms
Civil disobedience
systematically
inexpedient
prevail
liable
having, showing, or involving a system, method, or plan
not expedient; not suitable, judicious, or advisable
to be widespread or current; exist everywhere or generally
responsible by law; legally answerable
systematically
having, showing, or involving a system, method, or plan
inexpedient
not expedient; not suitable, judicious, or advisable
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