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The Crucible #4
vile
deferential
qualm
immaculate
disgusting
respectful, humble
uneasy feeling, worry, conscience bothering you
clean, pure
vile
disgusting
deferential
respectful, humble
10 terms
The Crucible-Act 4
prodigious
stench
gaunt
pardon
so great in size or force or extent to elicit awe
an unpleasant odor
very thin
excusing a mistake or offense
prodigious
so great in size or force or extent to elicit awe
stench
an unpleasant odor
crucible 4
fidelity
lethargic
pristine
absolve
faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by c…
sluggish; tired; underactive
in its original condition; unspoiled
to set or declare someone free from blame, guilt, or responis…
fidelity
faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by c…
lethargic
sluggish; tired; underactive
The Crucible #4
placidly
callously
apparitions
manifest
(adverb) in a quiet and tranquil manner
(adverb) insensitive; uncaring
(noun) a ghost or ghost-like figure of a human.
(verb) reveal its presence or make an appearance
placidly
(adverb) in a quiet and tranquil manner
callously
(adverb) insensitive; uncaring
42 terms
Act 4 The Crucible
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What did Abigail do?
Parris says, "You cannot hang this sor…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
Because Proctor, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and others were u…
If he had pardoned the remaining accused, the people who had…
What explanation does Cheever give for…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
What did Abigail do?
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
10 terms
crucible 4
agape
gaunt
gibbet
conciliatroy
with mouth wide open in awe
skinny and bony
structure for hanging criminals
likely to make someone less angry
agape
with mouth wide open in awe
gaunt
skinny and bony
The Crucible 4
Conciliate
Beguile
Reprieve
Retaliate
To make ammends
To trick with flirtation
To postpone or cancel a punishment
To get revenge
Conciliate
To make ammends
Beguile
To trick with flirtation
10 terms
Crucible Act 4
Agape ... Her expression was agape once…
Beguile ... She used her good lucks to b…
Cleave... He cleaved the lemon in half
Disputation... We got in a disputation o…
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
to trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
to split, to stick fast to something
debate or argument
Agape ... Her expression was agape once…
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
Beguile ... She used her good lucks to b…
to trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
emotional affection with surprise or wonder
to trick, to charm, to enchant
to split, to stick to something
debate or argument
agape
emotional affection with surprise or wonder
beguile
to trick, to charm, to enchant
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4 Vocab.
gaunt
strive
reprieve
retaliation
adj. very thin, especially from disease or hunger
verb. to exert much effort or energy
noun. act of postponing punishment
noun. action taken in return for and injury
gaunt
adj. very thin, especially from disease or hunger
strive
verb. to exert much effort or energy
Crucible act 4 vocab
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
Emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
To trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
To split; to stick fast to something
Debate or argument
Agape
Emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
Beguile
To trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
10 terms
CRUCIBLE ACT 4 VOCABULARY
CONTENTION
GAUNT
STRIVE
REPRIEVE
A DISPUTE WHERE THERE IS A STRONG DISAGREEMENT
VERY THIN ESPECIALLY FROM DISEASE, HUNGER, OR COLD
TO EXERT MUCH EFFORT OR ENERGY
POSTPONING OR REMITTING PUNISHMENT
CONTENTION
A DISPUTE WHERE THERE IS A STRONG DISAGREEMENT
GAUNT
VERY THIN ESPECIALLY FROM DISEASE, HUNGER, OR COLD
10 terms
The Crucible, List 4
agape
conciliatory
beguile
floundering
wide open
tending to soothe anger
trick
awkward struggling
agape
wide open
conciliatory
tending to soothe anger
The Crucible - Act 4
beguile
disputation
gaunt
indictment
to charm or deceive
a verbal disagreement; argument
excessively thin or withered
a formal accusation before a jury
beguile
to charm or deceive
disputation
a verbal disagreement; argument
The Crucible Act 4
Stench
Gaunt
Agape
Gibbet
n. A strong and very unpleasant smell
adj. Lean and haggard, usually because of suffering, hunger,…
adj. Reference to the mouth being wide open with surprise or…
n. The gallows, to hang a body
Stench
n. A strong and very unpleasant smell
Gaunt
adj. Lean and haggard, usually because of suffering, hunger,…
The Crucible - list 4
stench
gaunt
strongbox
gibbet
foul oder
thin and bony
locked box
gallows from which criminals are hanged
stench
foul oder
gaunt
thin and bony
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 4
stench (n)
gaunt (adj)
naught (n)
conciliatory (adj)
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
very thin especially from disease, hunger, or cold
Nothing
intended to placate, make less angry
stench (n)
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
gaunt (adj)
very thin especially from disease, hunger, or cold
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4 Vocab.
gaunt
strive
reprieve
retaliation
adj. very thin, especially from disease or hunger
verb. to exert much effort or energy
noun. act of postponing punishment
noun. action taken in return for and injury
gaunt
adj. very thin, especially from disease or hunger
strive
verb. to exert much effort or energy
Crucible Act 4 Quotes
"Oh, it be no Hell in Barbados. Devil,…
I met him [Parris] yesterday coming ou…
"My niece, sir, my niece - I believe s…
"Mr. Parris, you are a brainless man!"
Tituba
Hathorne
Parris
Danforth
"Oh, it be no Hell in Barbados. Devil,…
Tituba
I met him [Parris] yesterday coming ou…
Hathorne
20 terms
Crucible Act 4
pretense
incredulous
vengeance
concilatory
an appearance or action to help one pretend
unbelieving, not disposed or willing to believe
the act of taking revenge
intended to end bad feelings or build trust
pretense
an appearance or action to help one pretend
incredulous
unbelieving, not disposed or willing to believe
The Crucible - Act 4 Vocabulary
conciliatory
beguile
floundering
reprieve
eager to make peace, to reconcile
deceive by guile; hoodwink
proceeding or acting clumsily or ineffectually
to delay the punishment of
conciliatory
eager to make peace, to reconcile
beguile
deceive by guile; hoodwink
14 terms
Vocabulary Act 4 The crucible
Beguile
Reprieve
Statutes
Adamant
Harm or enchant someone, sometimes in a deceptive way.
Cancel or postpone the punishment of someone.
A written law passed by a legislative body.
Refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind.
Beguile
Harm or enchant someone, sometimes in a deceptive way.
Reprieve
Cancel or postpone the punishment of someone.
The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
gaunt (adj)
agape (adj)
excommunication (n)
conciliatory (adj)
excessively thin and angualr
in a state of wonder
exclusion from the rights of church membership
eager to make peace or to reconcile
gaunt (adj)
excessively thin and angualr
agape (adj)
in a state of wonder
The Crucible Vocab Act 4
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
Emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
To trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
To split; to stick fast to something
Debate or argument
Agape
Emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
Beguile
To trick someone into doing something; to charm or enchant
5 terms
The Crucible - Act 4
contention
reprieve
adamant
incredulous
(n.) dispute where there is a strong disagreement
(v.) postpone or remit punishment
(adj.) impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, or reason
(adj.) not believable; unbelieving
contention
(n.) dispute where there is a strong disagreement
reprieve
(v.) postpone or remit punishment
26 terms
The Crucible- Act 4
flask
rile
stench
providence
a flat, small container for alcohol
to irritate someone enough to provoke anger; aggravate
a horrible smell; stink
the wisdom, care, and guidance believed to be provided by God
flask
a flat, small container for alcohol
rile
to irritate someone enough to provoke anger; aggravate
5 terms
The Crucible Vocabulary - Act 4
adamant
bellow
contention
embodiment
unyielding; unrelenting
to roar or cry out loudly
dispute; argument; rivalry
concrete expression of an idea or quality
adamant
unyielding; unrelenting
bellow
to roar or cry out loudly
19 terms
The Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
pardon
summon
beguile
marked
(n) the action of forgiving or being forgiven for an error or…
(v) authoritatively or urgently call on (someone) to be prese…
(v) charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.
(adj) clearly noticeable; evident.
pardon
(n) the action of forgiving or being forgiven for an error or…
summon
(v) authoritatively or urgently call on (someone) to be prese…
"The Crucible" Vocabulary Act 4
Stench (n)
contention (n)
gaunt (adj)
Astonished (adj)
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
a dispute where there is strong disagreement
very thin especially from disease, hunger, or cold
filled with the emotional impact of surprise
Stench (n)
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
contention (n)
a dispute where there is strong disagreement
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
wide open
To deceive
To cut or split open; to cling to
verbal controversy; debate; argument
Agape
wide open
Beguile
To deceive
39 terms
Act 4 The Crucible
cows are wandering loose on the roads…
Why is it important to Danforth and Pa…
Why does Elizabeth say of John, "He ha…
Which line best expresses a major them…
many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
His confession will convince people the court has been just
He has self-respect and knows there is some goodness in him.
"I am not your judge, I cannot be."
cows are wandering loose on the roads…
many farmers have been jailed and can't take care of their fa…
Why is it important to Danforth and Pa…
His confession will convince people the court has been just
11 terms
The Crucible Set 4
augur
slovenly
agape
gaunt
forebode; to make a prediction of; foreshadow
untidy or unclean in appearance or habits
with mouth wide open, as in wonder, surprise, or eagerness
extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hun…
augur
forebode; to make a prediction of; foreshadow
slovenly
untidy or unclean in appearance or habits
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4
beguile
belie
adamant
cleave
to deceive or mislead
to misrepresent or contradict the truth
not giving in; stubborn; unyielding; holding firmly to one's…
to remain faithful; to cling to (one's partner)
beguile
to deceive or mislead
belie
to misrepresent or contradict the truth
crucible act 4 vocab
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
charm or chant sometimes in a deceptive way
split or sever
debate or argument
agape
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
beguile
charm or chant sometimes in a deceptive way
10 terms
Act 4 The Crucible
beguile
belie
adamant
cleave
to deceive or mislead
to misrepresent or contradict the truth
not giving in; stubborn; unyielding; holding firmly to one's…
to remain faithful; to cling to (one's partner)
beguile
to deceive or mislead
belie
to misrepresent or contradict the truth
10 terms
The Crucible - Act 4
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
(Of the mouth) wide open, especially with surprise or wonder
Charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
Split or sever(something), especially along its natural line…
Debate or argument
Agape
(Of the mouth) wide open, especially with surprise or wonder
Beguile
Charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
12 terms
Crucible Act 4 vocabulary
theme
agape
conciliatory
beguile
the central idea or insight in to life that a writer strives…
wide open
tending to soothe anger
trick
theme
the central idea or insight in to life that a writer strives…
agape
wide open
crucible act 4
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
emotional affection
To deceive; to charm; to enchant
To cut or split open; to cling to
verbal controversy; debate; argument
agape
emotional affection
beguile
To deceive; to charm; to enchant
The Crucible Act 4
agape
beguile
cleave
dispution
wide open
to influence by trickery
to remain faithful
to engage in argument
agape
wide open
beguile
to influence by trickery
20 terms
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
12 terms
The crucible 4
Gaunt
Postponement
Adament
Retaliation
Very thin and bony
A delay (verzögerung)
Firm and unyielding (unnachgiebig)
Payback for something wrong
Gaunt
Very thin and bony
Postponement
A delay (verzögerung)
10 terms
The Crucible: Act 4
conciliatory
beguile
retaliation
adamant
tending to soothe anger (adj)
trick (v)
act of returning any injury or wrong
firm, unyielding
conciliatory
tending to soothe anger (adj)
beguile
trick (v)
16 terms
The Crucible Vocabulary Set #4
Vindictive
Remiss
Motif
Smirch
Adjective: disposed or inclined to revenge; vengeful. When a…
Adjective: negligent, careless, or slow in performing one's d…
Noun: a recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., especially in a…
Verb: to sully or tarnish (a person, reputation, character, e…
Vindictive
Adjective: disposed or inclined to revenge; vengeful. When a…
Remiss
Adjective: negligent, careless, or slow in performing one's d…
10 terms
crucible act 4 vocab
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
to trick someone into doing something
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
verbal controversy; debate; argument
agape
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
beguile
to trick someone into doing something
The Crucible Act 4 Vocabulary
Agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
wide open
To deceive
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
verbal controversy; debate; argument
Agape
wide open
beguile
To deceive
The crucible 4
Agape
Gaunt
Conciliatory
Beguile
Wide open
Excessively thin and angular often as a result of suffering
To become friendly or agreeable; appease
To please of persuade by the use of charm
Agape
Wide open
Gaunt
Excessively thin and angular often as a result of suffering
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4 Vocab
agape
beguile
cleave
disputation
with the mouth wide open, as in wonder, surprise, or eagerness
to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude
to split or divide by or as if by a cutting blow, especially…
verbal controversy; discussion or debate
agape
with the mouth wide open, as in wonder, surprise, or eagerness
beguile
to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude
10 terms
The Crucible Act 4
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
mislead
to remain faithful
debate
Agape
emotional affection; especially with surprise or wonder
Beguile
mislead
15 terms
Crucible SAT #4
placid
predilection
prodigious
propriety
Calm or quiet; undisturbed by tumult or disorder
A preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor…
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
the quality of behaving in a proper manner; obeying rules and…
placid
Calm or quiet; undisturbed by tumult or disorder
predilection
A preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor…
Act 4 Vocab The Crucible
Agape
Beguile
Cleave
Disputation
Wide open, especially with surprise or winder
Charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
Split or sever (something), especially along a natural line o…
Debate or argument
Agape
Wide open, especially with surprise or winder
Beguile
Charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
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