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Vocabulary Week 3 Mcfarland
aghast
Privations
exorbitant
instigates
terrified;horrified. Ex: The scary movie made him feel aghast…
hardships lack of the things needed for a happy; healthy life…
Much too high in price or amount. Ex: Because of his budget,…
urges on to some action, usually negative, or sets something…
aghast
terrified;horrified. Ex: The scary movie made him feel aghast…
Privations
hardships lack of the things needed for a happy; healthy life…
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mcfarland vocab 3
joint occupation
mountain men
prairie schooners
Utopia
when 2 nations agree to act as administrators for a disputed…
trappers and explorers who lived in the unorganized territori…
a nickname for the covered wagons which transported settlers…
a community or society that has, in theory, perfect qualities…
joint occupation
when 2 nations agree to act as administrators for a disputed…
mountain men
trappers and explorers who lived in the unorganized territori…
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mcfarland 4th test tri 3
el asilo político
la campaña electoral
la democracia
los derechos civiles
political asylum
electoral campaign
democracy
civil rights
el asilo político
political asylum
la campaña electoral
electoral campaign
Unidad 4 Desafio 3 Vocabulario - mcfarland
el botones
las comodidades
el/la huésped
el/la mochilero (a)
bellman, bellhop
comforts
guest
backpacker
el botones
bellman, bellhop
las comodidades
comforts
Crucible #3
exaltation
pallor
deposition
enrapture
extreme happiness or joy; or the elevation of someone in rank…
unnatural lack of color in the skin
a pretrial interrogation of witnesses
hold spellbound; captivate
exaltation
extreme happiness or joy; or the elevation of someone in rank…
pallor
unnatural lack of color in the skin
The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Deceived
Deposition
Contention
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Fooled with lies
Statement given to the court
Claim
Condemn
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Deceived
Fooled with lies
Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
Beckon
Imperceptible
Discontent
Befuddle
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
Dissatisfaction
Confuse
Beckon
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Imperceptible
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
disruption
dutiful
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
something that breaks someone's concentration; bothersome; an…
respectful, obedient -"The ________ soldier stayed by his com…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Crucible Act 3 Vocab
Abundant
Auger
Deposition
Effrontery
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
Written statement ; a formal, usually written, statement to b…
a very confident attitude or way of behaving that is shocking…
Abundant
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
Auger
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
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The Crucible Act 3 - Vocabulary
undermine
imperceptible
discontent
befuddle
to destroy or hinder normal operations
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
unhappy, upset
to confuse
undermine
to destroy or hinder normal operations
imperceptible
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
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3. The Crucible: Act III
Slovenly
Imperceptible
Anonymity
Effrontery
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
barely noticeable... Adjective
condition of being nameless or unknown... Noun
audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to…
Slovenly
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
Imperceptible
barely noticeable... Adjective
crucible assignment 3
condemnation
fraud
pallor
perplexed
the expression of very strong disapproval; censure:
deliberate deception for unlawful or unfair gains; blackmail,…
extreme paleness; pastiness, whiteness
bewildered; confused; baffle, astonish
condemnation
the expression of very strong disapproval; censure:
fraud
deliberate deception for unlawful or unfair gains; blackmail,…
10 terms
The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
perjury
befuddled
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Lying under oath-"The witness committed _______ when he lied…
unable to think clearly- "Math classes __________me when I wa…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
perjury
befuddled
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Lying under oath-"The witness committed _______ when he lied…
unable to think clearly- "Math classes __________me when I wa…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
The Crucible #3
monstrous
theology
pewter
administering
(adjective) shockingly brutal or cruel
(noun) study of religion and religious ideas
(noun) a dull gray alloy of tin with lead, copper, and other…
(verb) to manage; to carry out
monstrous
(adjective) shockingly brutal or cruel
theology
(noun) study of religion and religious ideas
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Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
beckon
discontent
befuddle
indignation
to summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
dissatisfaction
confuse
anger aroused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean
beckon
to summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
discontent
dissatisfaction
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The Crucible Act 3
congregation
deposition
immaculate
misgivings
a gathering of people
testimony under oath
perfectly clean
doubts or uncertainties
congregation
a gathering of people
deposition
testimony under oath
10 terms
The Crucible-Act 3
contention
vile
deceive
deposition
assertion; claim; thesis
morally reprehensible
cause someone to believe in an untruth
a pretrial interrogation of a witness
contention
assertion; claim; thesis
vile
morally reprehensible
3. The Crucible: Act III
Slovenly
Imperceptible
Anonymity
Effrontery
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
barely noticeable... Adjective
condition of being nameless or unknown... Noun
audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to…
Slovenly
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
Imperceptible
barely noticeable... Adjective
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The Crucible Acts 3&4
contentious
probity
prodigious
reproach
(adj) likely to create or cause argument; quarrelsome
(noun) honesty; integrity and uprightness
(adj) extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, or force
(verb) to find fault with (a person, group); blame; censure…
contentious
(adj) likely to create or cause argument; quarrelsome
probity
(noun) honesty; integrity and uprightness
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Crucible Vocabulary Act 3
affidavit
immaculate
qualm
callously
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
clean, spotless
misgiving, a feeling of uneasiness about a point
hardening, in a manner of showing no emotion
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
immaculate
clean, spotless
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The Crucible Act 3
noun
verb
adjective
vile
A person, place, thing, or idea
An action word
A word that describes a noun
(adj) morally reprehensible
noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
verb
An action word
Crucible 3
Deferentially
Anonymity
Prodigious
Effrontery
showing deference; respectful. A way of behaving that shows r…
the condition of being anonymous. (noun) No one knew who the…
extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc. (a…
impolite behavior (noun) He spoke to her with effrontery
Deferentially
showing deference; respectful. A way of behaving that shows r…
Anonymity
the condition of being anonymous. (noun) No one knew who the…
15 terms
Crucible 3
Adamant
Agape
Beguile
Conciliatory
Unyielding; uncompromising; standing firm despite pleas
With mouth wide open in surprise
Influence by trickery, to charm with deceit
Tending to gain goodwill or become agreeable
Adamant
Unyielding; uncompromising; standing firm despite pleas
Agape
With mouth wide open in surprise
The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
daft
contentious
contempt
deposition
(adj) silly
(adj) controversial
(n) the feeling that a person or thing is worthless
(n) interrogation of a witness
daft
(adj) silly
contentious
(adj) controversial
The Crucible list #3
confound
sublime
inaudible
perjury
confuse, bewilder, puzzle
noble,elegant, exquisite.
cannot be heard
lie under oath (in court)
confound
confuse, bewilder, puzzle
sublime
noble,elegant, exquisite.
10 terms
Crucible #3
Callous
Befuddle
Taint
Daft
Unfeeling
To confuse
To spoil
Mad or crazy
Callous
Unfeeling
Befuddle
To confuse
10 terms
Crucible 3
Calumny
Perjury
Dwindle
Snivel
The making of false and defamatory statements about someone; n.
The offense of willfully telling an untruth or making a misre…
Diminish gradually; v.
Cry and sniffle; v.
Calumny
The making of false and defamatory statements about someone; n.
Perjury
The offense of willfully telling an untruth or making a misre…
10 terms
Act 3 Vocabulary The Crucible
contentious
prodigious
effrontery
confounded
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
(n.) extreme and shameless boldness; presumptuousness; audacity
(v. or adj.) bewildered; confused; perplexed
contentious
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
prodigious
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
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The Crucible Act 3 Quiz
Why does Giles and Francis want to see…
What does Mary tell Danforth?
What is Parris' argument against Proct…
What did the paper that 91 people sign…
They want to prove that their wives are good women.
The girls are pretending and lying about seeing people with t…
Parris says that Proctor is trying to overthrow the court.
That the wives of Proctor, Nurse, and Giles are good women wi…
Why does Giles and Francis want to see…
They want to prove that their wives are good women.
What does Mary tell Danforth?
The girls are pretending and lying about seeing people with t…
The Crucible Act 3 Characters
Judge Hathorne
Martha Corey
Giles Corey
Judge Danforth
A judge who presides, along with Danforth, over the witch tri…
Giles Corey's third wife. Her reading habits lead to her arre…
An elderly but feisty farmer in Salem, famous for his tendenc…
The deputy governor of Massachusetts and the presiding judge…
Judge Hathorne
A judge who presides, along with Danforth, over the witch tri…
Martha Corey
Giles Corey's third wife. Her reading habits lead to her arre…
8 terms
The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Deceived
Deposition
Contention
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Fooled with lies
Statement given to the court
Claim
Condemn
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Deceived
Fooled with lies
The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary Terms
Abundant
Wrath
Affidavit
Deposition
marked by great plenty
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath
testimony taken down in writing under oath
Abundant
marked by great plenty
Wrath
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
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Crucible definition - Rhy 3
scrutiny
afflicting
discredit
diabolism
Careful and thorough examination
To affect somebody/something in an unpleasant or harmful way
to make people stop respecting somebody/something
extremely bad or annoying
scrutiny
Careful and thorough examination
afflicting
To affect somebody/something in an unpleasant or harmful way
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
Contentious
Deposition
Imperceptible
anonymity
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
barely noticeable
the condition of being unknown
Contentious
argumentative
Deposition
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
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Act 3-- The Crucible
vestry (n)
partition (n)
contentious (adj)
contemptuous (adj)
a room attached to a church where religious items might be st…
divide
testy, argumentative
disdainful/scornful/insulting
vestry (n)
a room attached to a church where religious items might be st…
partition (n)
divide
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Crucible Act 3
abundant ... She had an abundance of pen…
auger... They used augers to drill the b…
deposition ... The girls entered the dep…
effrontery ... His effrontery landed him…
existing or available in large quantities
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood
the process of giving sworn evidence
insolent or impertinent behavior
abundant ... She had an abundance of pen…
existing or available in large quantities
auger... They used augers to drill the b…
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood
The Crucible - Act 3
deposition
effrontery
imperceptible
incredulously
a witness's testimony given under oath
shameless or arrogant behavior
unable to be perceived; tiny or insignificant
unbelievably
deposition
a witness's testimony given under oath
effrontery
shameless or arrogant behavior
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Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
Imperceptible
Discontent
Befuddle
Anonymity
adj. Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
n. Dissatisfaction
v. Confuse
n. The quality of not being identified
Imperceptible
adj. Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
Discontent
n. Dissatisfaction
Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
abundant
auger
deposition
effrontery
having plenty of something
a tool for digging holes
the act of giving sworn evidence or testimaony
rude behavior
abundant
having plenty of something
auger
a tool for digging holes
10 terms
Crucible Act 3 Quotes
Now, Mr. Proctor, before I decide whet…
That woman will never lie, Mr. Danforth.
"He's come to overthrow this court, Yo…
"A person is either with this court or…
Danforth
Proctor about Elizabeth
Parris about Proctor
Danforth
Now, Mr. Proctor, before I decide whet…
Danforth
That woman will never lie, Mr. Danforth.
Proctor about Elizabeth
20 terms
The Crucible- 3
Orthodox
Pallor
Paradoxical
Parochial
Conforming to established standards, conventional
Extreme paleness usually relating to the face
Something that appears false or contradictory but is actually…
Limited in range of scope, narrow, provincial
Orthodox
Conforming to established standards, conventional
Pallor
Extreme paleness usually relating to the face
10 terms
crucible 3
vestry
anteroom
contentious
contemptuous
room that is used as an office and to change into vestments
a waiting room
likely to cause an argument
showing disrespect
vestry
room that is used as an office and to change into vestments
anteroom
a waiting room
5 terms
The Crucible - Act 3
imperceptible
discontent
conspiracy
effrontery
(adj.) impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or sen…
(adj.) dissatisfied
(n.) secret agreement between two or more people to perform a…
(n.) audacious or shameless behavior that you have no right to
imperceptible
(adj.) impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or sen…
discontent
(adj.) dissatisfied
The Crucible Vocab Act 3
Abundant
Auger
Deposition
Effrontery
Marked by great plenty
Someone who can predict the future by spotting signs
A pretrial interrogation of a witness
Audacious behavior that you have no right to
Abundant
Marked by great plenty
Auger
Someone who can predict the future by spotting signs
The Crucible 3
Taint
Perjury
Quail
Inept
To affect with decay
Lying under oath
To shrink back in fear
Displaying a lack of judgement
Taint
To affect with decay
Perjury
Lying under oath
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Crucible Vocab Act 3
Abundant
Auger
Deposition
Effrontery
Having plenty of something
Tool used to bore holes in wood
Action of deposing someone
Insolent or impertinent behavior
Abundant
Having plenty of something
Auger
Tool used to bore holes in wood
The Crucible vocal Act 3
allied
comprehend
hysteria
deviation
working together with
to understand
Group madness
Straying from the path
allied
working together with
comprehend
to understand
10 terms
Crucible List 3
Daft
Denounce
Gaunt
Beguile
Insane, foolish
Condemn; speak out against
Thin and bony, starved looking
To deceive; to charm; to enchant
Daft
Insane, foolish
Denounce
Condemn; speak out against
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The Crucible Act 3- 10A
undermine
imperceptible
discontent
befuddle
to destroy or hinder normal operations
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
unhappy, upset
to confuse
undermine
to destroy or hinder normal operations
imperceptible
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
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