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American Literature: The Crucible Act I
"So now they and their church found it…
Explain how the witch-hunt years were…
Identify Tituba, Abigail, and Betty
Why does Mrs. Putnam believe there are…
They settled in Salem to practice religion freely. But upon a…
People used this as a time to get back at someone they had pe…
Tituba- Slave for Rev. Parris from Barbados; She was in her f…
Since 7/8 of her babies died the day they were born, she beli…
"So now they and their church found it…
They settled in Salem to practice religion freely. But upon a…
Explain how the witch-hunt years were…
People used this as a time to get back at someone they had pe…
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American Literature: The Crucible Act II Study Guide
Giles Corey
Sarah Osburn
John Proctor
Irony
He feels guilty about ever mentioning that his wife reads boo…
She will hang for denying that she is a witch; the main accus…
We see at the beginning of the Act that there is a coldness b…
When Proctor forgets the commandment adultery when being ques…
Giles Corey
He feels guilty about ever mentioning that his wife reads boo…
Sarah Osburn
She will hang for denying that she is a witch; the main accus…
American Literature The Crucible Act 2 vocabulary
pallor
poppet
ameliorate
indignant
an unhealthy or pale appereance (n.) ... late Middle English: fr…
a small child or doll (n.) ... late Middle English: based on Lat…
make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better (v.) ... mid 18th…
feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as…
pallor
an unhealthy or pale appereance (n.) ... late Middle English: fr…
poppet
a small child or doll (n.) ... late Middle English: based on Lat…
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American Literature: The Crucible Act II
At the beginning of the act, John Proc…
What did Abigail Williams reveal to Jo…
Why hasn't John told the court what he…
What lie did John Proctor tell to Eliz…
That the house is cold and that there is tension between the…
Abigail Williams reveals to John Proctor that "said it not to…
John hasn't told the court what he knows because he doesn't w…
The lie that John Proctor told to Elizabeth which makes her m…
At the beginning of the act, John Proc…
That the house is cold and that there is tension between the…
What did Abigail Williams reveal to Jo…
Abigail Williams reveals to John Proctor that "said it not to…
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American Literature : The Crucible Act III
What was the accusation that Giles Cor…
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
What does Rev. Parris accuse him of?
What two pieces of evidence are brough…
Kill all people to get land. Thomas Putnam was trying.
Accused of being a witch.
Trying to overthrow the court.
Not going to church, plowing on Sundays, and one of his sons…
What was the accusation that Giles Cor…
Kill all people to get land. Thomas Putnam was trying.
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
Accused of being a witch.
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American Literature: The Crucible Act I
Why has Rev. Parris sent for a doctor…
What advice does the doctor send back?
What does Parris questions his niece A…
What is Parris' main concern?
Betty wouldn't wake up. Betty is sick / ill.
Look for unnatural sources such as the devil or witchcraft. T…
Why they were dancing and what was going on in the forest.
Reputation
Why has Rev. Parris sent for a doctor…
Betty wouldn't wake up. Betty is sick / ill.
What advice does the doctor send back?
Look for unnatural sources such as the devil or witchcraft. T…
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American Literature - The Crucible: Act II
Falter
Magistrate
Pallor
Compensate
to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc; give way
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
unusual or extreme paleness as from fear, ill health, or deat…
to counterbalance; offset; be equivalent to
Falter
to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc; give way
Magistrate
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
American Literature - The Crucible: Act II
Falter
Magistrate
Pallor
Compensate
to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc; give way
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
unusual or extreme paleness as from fear, ill health, or deat…
to counterbalance; offset; be equivalent to
Falter
to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc; give way
Magistrate
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
American Literature - The Crucible: Act III
Contention
Vile
Deceive
Deposition
a claim that something is true; a declaration
highly unpleasant, offensive, or objectionable
to trick or lead a person into believing something that is no…
the process in which material is laid down.
Contention
a claim that something is true; a declaration
Vile
highly unpleasant, offensive, or objectionable
American Literature - The Crucible: Act 1
Persecute
Province
Inhabit
Creed
to pursue or harass an individual; because pf religion, race…
territory, district, region
to live in a place
any system of codification of belief or of opinion
Persecute
to pursue or harass an individual; because pf religion, race…
Province
territory, district, region
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American Literature: Act 2-4 Crucible Vocab
loftily
ameliorate
jabberer
daft
being haughty/arrogant
improve (something bad)
rapid/indistinct talker
foolish
loftily
being haughty/arrogant
ameliorate
improve (something bad)
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American Literature; Week 3, The Crucible, Act One
theocracy
antagonistic
ingratiating
corroborate
(noun) a government ruled by god or priests
(adjective) showing or expressing hostility or opposition
(adjective) designed to win someones approval, especially to…
(verb) to give or represent evidence of the truth or somethin…
theocracy
(noun) a government ruled by god or priests
antagonistic
(adjective) showing or expressing hostility or opposition
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The Crucible Act One Study Guide American Literature
What does "Crucible" mean in the conte…
Why has Reverend Parris sent for a doc…
What advice does the doctor send back?
What does Parris question his niece Ab…
A trial where it gets heated quickly just like in a melting pot
Betty is very sick, and will not wake up at all
The doctors advice is to look for unnatural things for the so…
What she did exactly in the woods, and if she encountered or…
What does "Crucible" mean in the conte…
A trial where it gets heated quickly just like in a melting pot
Why has Reverend Parris sent for a doc…
Betty is very sick, and will not wake up at all
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Honors American Literature: The Crucible Act 1 Vocab
crucible
overture
rankle
paradox
melting pot/ severe test or trial
an introduction to something more substantial
to cause anger irritation or deep bitterness
a contradiction that is none the less true
crucible
melting pot/ severe test or trial
overture
an introduction to something more substantial
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Mrs. Dollard, American Literature: The Crucible, Act IV
What is the reason Parris is excommuni…
Why is Abigail very happy at the begin…
Why do Parris, Sewell, and Hawthorne n…
Why does Giles Corey ask for more weig…
1. ensure going to Hell... 2. because this is a theocracy, you a…
has the power to make people live or die
they feel the gravity of the situation and understand how awf…
does not want to give the name of the person who released inf…
What is the reason Parris is excommuni…
1. ensure going to Hell... 2. because this is a theocracy, you a…
Why is Abigail very happy at the begin…
has the power to make people live or die
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American Literature: The Crucible, Act I Vocabulary
Afflict
Blatant
Condemn
Contempt
(verb) to cause pain or suffering
(adj) very obvious and offensive
(verb) to give a severe punishment
(noun) a lack of respect for or fear of something that is usu…
Afflict
(verb) to cause pain or suffering
Blatant
(adj) very obvious and offensive
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American Literature; Week 4, The Crucible, Act 1
abomination
calumny
conjure
covenated
(noun) something that causes disgust or hatred
(noun) an untrue statement that is made to damage someones re…
(verb) to make something appear or seem to appear by using ma…
(verb) to make a formal and serious agreement or promise
abomination
(noun) something that causes disgust or hatred
calumny
(noun) an untrue statement that is made to damage someones re…
American Literature the crucible act 3 vocabulary
vestry
abundant
sophistication
wrath
a room or building attached to a church, used as an office an…
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful (adj.)…
the quality of being sophisticated (n.)... the quality that belo…
extreme anger (chiefly used for humorous or rhetorical effect…
vestry
a room or building attached to a church, used as an office an…
abundant
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful (adj.)…
american literature the crucible act 4 vocabulary
stench
gaunt
strong box
gibbet
a strong and very unpleasant smell (n.)
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of sufferi…
a small lockable box, typically made of metal, in which valua…
a gallows (n.)
stench
a strong and very unpleasant smell (n.)
gaunt
(of a person) lean and haggard, especially because of sufferi…
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american literature- The Crucible act 1 vocab
heathen:
Faction
Abomination
Gibberish
a person who doesn't belong to a widely held religion (異教徒)
a small, organized dissenting group within a larger one, espe…
a thing that cause disgust or hatred or a feeling of hatred (…
unintelligible or meaningless speech or writing; nonsense. (胡…
heathen:
a person who doesn't belong to a widely held religion (異教徒)
Faction
a small, organized dissenting group within a larger one, espe…
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AHS American Literature-Crucible- Act Two
administer
insight
provoke
trifle
to manage or direct
to clear understanding of a complex situation
call forth; to annoy or make angry
something of little or no importance
administer
to manage or direct
insight
to clear understanding of a complex situation
Literary Devices & The Crucible Act 1 Vocab - American Literature
Figurative Language
Rhetoric (noun)
Imagery (noun)
Personification (noun)
Any use of language where the intended meaning differs from t…
A technique of using language effectively and persuasively in…
Visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a…
The attribution of human characteristics to an object
Figurative Language
Any use of language where the intended meaning differs from t…
Rhetoric (noun)
A technique of using language effectively and persuasively in…
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AHS American Literature- Crucible- Act One.
Crucible
Overture
Theocracy
Lucifer
A severe test or trial
Introduction
Government Religion
The devil
Crucible
A severe test or trial
Overture
Introduction
The Crucible Act 2
The reason why John and Elizabeth's re…
The gift Mary Warren gives to Elizabeth
The evidence against Sarah Goode
She wants Elizabeth dead
John had an affair with Abigail
A poppet
She could not say the commandments
Abigail
The reason why John and Elizabeth's re…
John had an affair with Abigail
The gift Mary Warren gives to Elizabeth
A poppet
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Crucible Act 2
partisan
prodigious
defamation
bemuse
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
enormous
act of harming another's reputation
to confuse
partisan
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
prodigious
enormous
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American Lit Crucible Act 2
ameliorate
crone
deference
evasive
(verb) to improve
(noun) an old woman
(noun) a submission to opinions of others
(adjective) trying to avoid answering
ameliorate
(verb) to improve
crone
(noun) an old woman
American Lit Vocab The Crucible Act 2
Ameliorate(v)
Avid(adj)
Blasphemy(n)
Crone(n)
To improve or make better
Eager for;dedicated to
Disrespect for God or other scared things
A derogatory term referring to a woman's age or appearance;ha…
Ameliorate(v)
To improve or make better
Avid(adj)
Eager for;dedicated to
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The Crucible Act 2
Magistrate
Scoff
Conviction
Loftily
Judge
Make fun of
A strong belief
in a superior way
Magistrate
Judge
Scoff
Make fun of
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American Literature - The Crucible Acts I, II, and III
Persecute
Province
Inhabit
Creed
to pursue or harass an individual; because pf religion, race…
territory, district, region
to live in a place
any system of codification of belief or of opinion
Persecute
to pursue or harass an individual; because pf religion, race…
Province
territory, district, region
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American Lit Vocab: The Crucible Act 1+2
crucible
overture
rankle
paradox
a container of metal, a severe, searching test or trial
formal or informal proposal
to cause keen irritation or bitter resentment
a contradiction
crucible
a container of metal, a severe, searching test or trial
overture
formal or informal proposal
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The Crucible - Act 2
condemnation
falter
perplexed
indignant
(n.) expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong o…
(v.) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give away
(adj.) full of difficulty or confusion or bewilderment
(adj.) angered at something unjust or wrong
condemnation
(n.) expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong o…
falter
(v.) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give away
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The Crucible Act 2
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
censure severely or angrily
a state of conflict between two persons
an expression of strong disapproval
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
reprimand
censure severely or angrily
friction
a state of conflict between two persons
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American Literature: Act 1 Crucible Vocab
crucible
overture
rankle
paradox
a difficult test or challenge
an introduction to something more substantial
annoy, cause pain, fester
contradiction that is none the less true
crucible
a difficult test or challenge
overture
an introduction to something more substantial
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
(v) to censure severely or angrily
(n) a state of conflict between persons
(n) an expression of strong disapproval
(n) an unshakable belief in something w/out need for proof or…
reprimand
(v) to censure severely or angrily
friction
(n) a state of conflict between persons
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American Lit The Crucible Act II Vocab
theology
abomination
quail
ameliorate
religious philosophy or teaching; study of religion
something that causes great horror or disgust
cringe from; pull back in fear
make better
theology
religious philosophy or teaching; study of religion
abomination
something that causes great horror or disgust
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The Crucible Act 2
Reprimand
Friction
Condemnation
Magistrate
Censure severely or angrily
A state of conflict between persons
An expression of strong disapproval
A lay judge or civil authority who administers the law
Reprimand
Censure severely or angrily
Friction
A state of conflict between persons
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 2
ameliorate
avidly
base
blasphemy
To improve
Enthusiastically
lowly, evil
Speech which offends religious sentiments
ameliorate
To improve
avidly
Enthusiastically
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The Crucible-Act 2
falter
magistrate
pallor
compensate
(v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingl…
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
(n.) an extreme or unnatural paleness
(v.) to make an appropriate payment for something (Reginald b…
falter
(v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingl…
magistrate
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law
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The Crucible Act 2
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
Explain the metaphor of the "everlasti…
How is Abigail a "saint" in the procee…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
He means Elizabeth won't let go of what he did and won't forg…
No one knows about the affair with her and John Proctor and s…
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
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Literature the crucible act 1
Trepidation (n.)
Deference (n.)
Subservient (adj.)
Ameliorate (v.)
Alarm or dread
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder
Acting like a servant
To improve
Trepidation (n.)
Alarm or dread
Deference (n.)
Respect and honor due to a superior or elder
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Crucible- Act 2
reprimand
condemnation
scoff
conviction
to rebuke somebody for a wrongdoing; scold; lecture
disapproval; criticism; denunciation
to express derision or scorn about somebody or something; moc…
a firmly held belief or firmness or opinion; view
reprimand
to rebuke somebody for a wrongdoing; scold; lecture
condemnation
disapproval; criticism; denunciation
The Crucible - Act 2
ameliorate
avid
blasphemy
crone
to improve or make better
eager for; dedicated to
disrespect for God or other sacred things
a derogatory term referring to a woman's age or appearance
ameliorate
to improve or make better
avid
eager for; dedicated to
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2. The Crucible: Act II
Magistrate
Salem
Alternative
wily
a civil officer charged with administration
a city in Massachusetts, famous for the witch trials
offering or expressing a choice
sly, deceitful, tricky
Magistrate
a civil officer charged with administration
Salem
a city in Massachusetts, famous for the witch trials
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2016 Crucible Act 2
abyss
begrudge
blatant
confirm
bottomless hole
to envy
noisy in an offensive way
verify
abyss
bottomless hole
begrudge
to envy
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Act One Crucible 2
providence
smirch
trepidation
vindictive
divine guidance or care
to smear with impurity; to disgrace
a feeling of alarm or dread
disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge
providence
divine guidance or care
smirch
to smear with impurity; to disgrace
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Act 2 - The Crucible
Condemn
lofty
bewilder
ameliorate
v. to give someone a legal sentence; to judge someone as guilty
adj. of high rank or character; acting with an arrogant or su…
to confuse or puzzle someone
v. to improve or make something better
Condemn
v. to give someone a legal sentence; to judge someone as guilty
lofty
adj. of high rank or character; acting with an arrogant or su…
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American Lit The Crucible Act III Vocab
deferentially
deposition
contentious
effrontery
in a manner that bows to another
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
argumentative
shameless boldness
deferentially
in a manner that bows to another
deposition
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
Exaltation
Enrapture
Falter
Magistrate
the elevation of a person, as to the status of a god
hold spellbound
the act of pausing uncertainly
a lay judge or civil authority who administers the law
Exaltation
the elevation of a person, as to the status of a god
Enrapture
hold spellbound
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
censure severely or angrily
a state of conflict between two persons
an expression of strong disapproval
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
reprimand
censure severely or angrily
friction
a state of conflict between two persons
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The Crucible Act 2
pallor
avidly
deference
quail
n. paleness
adv. eagerly
n. respect; courtesy
v. cringe from
pallor
n. paleness
avidly
adv. eagerly
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