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The Crucible English 3 Vocab
Abortive (adj.)
absurd (adj.)
bedlam (n)
belie (V)
Failing to produce the intended result.
Utterly or obliviously senseless, illogical, or untrue.
A scene or state of while uproar and confusion.
To show to be false; contradict.
Abortive (adj.)
Failing to produce the intended result.
absurd (adj.)
Utterly or obliviously senseless, illogical, or untrue.
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English 3: The Crucible Vocabulary
Ascertain
Iniquity
Junta
Arbitrate
Find out
Wickedness, immorality
A group of military officers who rule a country after seizing…
To judge or act as referee
Ascertain
Find out
Iniquity
Wickedness, immorality
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English 3 The Crucible
inert
sect
parachial
innate
unmoving
group
narrow minded
natural; inborn
inert
unmoving
sect
group
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English 3- The Crucible Vocab
propitiation
licentious
evade
ecstatic
to make favorable inclined, appease
sexually unrestrained; unrestrained by law or general morality
to escape from by trickery or cleverness
of, relating to, or characterized by ecstasy or a state of su…
propitiation
to make favorable inclined, appease
licentious
sexually unrestrained; unrestrained by law or general morality
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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
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College English 3: The Crucible
Inert
Persecute
Creed
Potent
Motionless; non-reactive
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
a statement of beliefs or set of principles
very strong, effective, or powerful; exerting... persuasion, inf…
Inert
Motionless; non-reactive
Persecute
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
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English 3 The Crucible Vocab Review
Celestial
Abruptly
Dialogue
Immortal
Relating to the sky or heaven
Sudden or unexpected
Written or spoken conversation between two or more people
Living forever/ never dying
Celestial
Relating to the sky or heaven
Abruptly
Sudden or unexpected
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English 3 The Crucible Vocabulary Words
Vanity
Conformity
Allegory
Perjury
Excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or a…
Behavior in accordance with socially accepted conventions or…
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Lying under oath.
Vanity
Excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or a…
Conformity
Behavior in accordance with socially accepted conventions or…
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English 3 The Crucible Vocab
Diessemble
Heathen
Traffic
Faction
Lie
Uncivilized; one who is without religion
To have dealings or connections with; to carry on trade
A small group that causes conflict within a larger group
Diessemble
Lie
Heathen
Uncivilized; one who is without religion
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English 3 The Crucible Vocab
Sermon
Allusion
Allegory
Archetype
A speech about a moral or religious subject that is usually g…
An indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
A work with levels of meaning, one symbolic, and one literal.…
A pattern in literature that is found in a variety of works f…
Sermon
A speech about a moral or religious subject that is usually g…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
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English 3 The Crucible Vocabulary
Persecute
Fanatic
Rankle
Paradox
Harassment or a bully
Unreasonable devotion to a cause or an idea.
To irritate or to annoy
A contradiction, something is true and the opposite of it is…
Persecute
Harassment or a bully
Fanatic
Unreasonable devotion to a cause or an idea.
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English the crucible unit 3
Vestry
Remorseless
Wrath
Contentious
Noun-A room in a church where meetings or classes are held
Adjective-Without compassion; relentless
Noun-Fury often marked by a desire for vengeance
Adjective-Causing disagreement between people with differing…
Vestry
Noun-A room in a church where meetings or classes are held
Remorseless
Adjective-Without compassion; relentless
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English: The Crucible Act 3
Judge Hathorne
Deputy Governor Danforth
1. As this act opens, what accusations…
2. What news do we learn about Rebecca…
He is a judge presiding over the Salem witch trails along wit…
He is the head judge of the Salem witch trials. He thinks he…
Giles Corey accuses that Thomas Putnam has been killing his n…
She was condemned to hang because she was accused to witchcra…
Judge Hathorne
He is a judge presiding over the Salem witch trails along wit…
Deputy Governor Danforth
He is the head judge of the Salem witch trials. He thinks he…
Vocabulary English 3 The Crucible
iniquity
contentious
adamant
anarchy
wickedness
inclined to disagree
resolute
lawlessness
iniquity
wickedness
contentious
inclined to disagree
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English Vocab 3 ~ The Crucible
Orthodox
Pallor
Paradox
Parochial
Following the rules of a religious belief
Unhealthy paleness
Self contradictory statement
Narrow in mind or scope; not worldly
Orthodox
Following the rules of a religious belief
Pallor
Unhealthy paleness
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English - The Crucible - Vocabulary 3
Probity
Prejury
Guile
Lechery
Integrity and uprightness; honesty
The willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation
Crafty or artful deception
Unrestrained or excessive indulgence of sexual desire
Probity
Integrity and uprightness; honesty
Prejury
The willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation
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English 3 The crucible words
Theocracy
Providence
Puritanical
Inculcation
Governed by religion
Gods will
Strict in morality and religion
Impress with insistent
Theocracy
Governed by religion
Providence
Gods will
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English Vocab #3 - The Crucible
pretense
prodigious
diametrically
diabolism
n. a flase claim
adj. vast/huge/immerse
adj. in a way of opposite extremes
n. belief in devils
pretense
n. a flase claim
prodigious
adj. vast/huge/immerse
English 3 The crucible vocabulary
Conjured
Faction
abominations
partisan
make something appear unexpectedly out of nowhere, much like…
small, dissenting group with in a larger one
causes disgust or hatred
member of an armed group formed to fight secretly against a f…
Conjured
make something appear unexpectedly out of nowhere, much like…
Faction
small, dissenting group with in a larger one
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English 3 The Crucible Vocab
ascertain (verb)
contiguous (adj)
defamation (noun)
dissemble (verb)
To find out, to make certain
Sharing a common border, touching
the action of damaging the good reputation of someone
hide true feelings, feelings or beliefs
ascertain (verb)
To find out, to make certain
contiguous (adj)
Sharing a common border, touching
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The crucible English 3 vocab
Apparation
Augury
Clairvoyant
Doppelganger
Ghost like image of a person
Sight of things to come
A person who can see the future
Double of a living person
Apparation
Ghost like image of a person
Augury
Sight of things to come
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English The Crucible Act 3
Why do Giles and Francis want to talk…
What is Parrris's argument against Pro…
What does Mary tell Danforth
When Danforth hears that Elizabeth is…
because they want to save their wives
mischief, also says he is trying to overrule the court
that they never saw any spirits, this was a lie
he lets Proctor to keep her home for another year until she h…
Why do Giles and Francis want to talk…
because they want to save their wives
What is Parrris's argument against Pro…
mischief, also says he is trying to overrule the court
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English 3 vocab: The Crucible
Ideology
Juncture
Propriety
Faction
A set of beliefs on which a political or economic system is b…
A particular point point in an activity or period. (N)
Correctness of social or moral behavior. (N)
A small group of people within a larger group, who have diffe…
Ideology
A set of beliefs on which a political or economic system is b…
Juncture
A particular point point in an activity or period. (N)
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English 2 The Crucible #3
Pallor
Paradoxical
Partisan
Persecution
Extreme paleness usually relating to the face
Something that appears false or contradictory but is actually…
One who exhibits extreme or possibly blind allegiance to a gr…
A campaign to exterminate, drive away, or subjugate a people…
Pallor
Extreme paleness usually relating to the face
Paradoxical
Something that appears false or contradictory but is actually…
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english honors 3- the crucible
Theme
setting
protagonist
antagonist
Don't lie to get out of trouble
1600's, salem massachusetts
john proctor
abby
Theme
Don't lie to get out of trouble
setting
1600's, salem massachusetts
English Fun. III Vocab List #4 The Crucible Act 3&4
Allegiance (N.)
Anonymous (ADJ.)
Audible (ADJ.)
Incredulous (ADJ.)
loyalty to a person, country, or group
not named or identified
heard or capable of being heard
not able or willing to believe something
Allegiance (N.)
loyalty to a person, country, or group
Anonymous (ADJ.)
not named or identified
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English 3 "The Crucible" Characters
Thomas Putnam
Sameul Parris
John Proctor
Reverend Hale
is an embittered, vindictive man of 50 who was well-to-do tho…
Is the minister of Salem who is a very insecure man is his mi…
is a farmer in his mid-thirties who is very well respected an…
is the minister of Beverly, almost 40, who was called to dete…
Thomas Putnam
is an embittered, vindictive man of 50 who was well-to-do tho…
Sameul Parris
Is the minister of Salem who is a very insecure man is his mi…
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English Vocab (TheCrucibleAct3)
daft
contentious
contemptuous
audible
crazy; foolish; stupid
quarrelsome
scornful; disdainful
able to be heard
daft
crazy; foolish; stupid
contentious
quarrelsome
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AP ENGLISH 3 - The Crucible
Dissembling
Conjure
Vindictive
Propriety
to give a false or misleading appearance; conceal the truth
to affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell
disposed or inclined to revenge; vengeful
conformity to established standards of good or proper behavio…
Dissembling
to give a false or misleading appearance; conceal the truth
Conjure
to affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell
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The Crucible English 3 Vocab
cauterize
embody
ingratiate
inundate
v. to burn or sear to destroyed tissue
v. to represent in human body form
v. to gain another's favor by deliberate effort
v. to cover with water; overwhelm
cauterize
v. to burn or sear to destroyed tissue
embody
v. to represent in human body form
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English the Crucible act 3
Martha Corey
John Harthone
John Harthone
John Harthone
appears before Judge Harthone and denies being a witch; says…
Judge during the Salem Witch Trials and is eager to convict t…
tries to get Mary Warren to faint at will
questions Martha Corey about what a witch is
Martha Corey
appears before Judge Harthone and denies being a witch; says…
John Harthone
Judge during the Salem Witch Trials and is eager to convict t…
25 terms
English 3-H The Crucible
Inert
Sect
Parochial
Innate
Unable to move
Small group of people
Of or relating to a church
Comes naturally
Inert
Unable to move
Sect
Small group of people
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The Crucible (act 3)- English
contentious
depostition
imperceptible
anonymity
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath; but not in court
barely noticable
condition of being unknown
contentious
argumentative
depostition
the testimony of a witness made under oath; but not in court
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The Crucible Characters (English 3)
Reverend Samuel Parris
Betty Parris
Tituba
Abigail Williams
Minister in Salem. He believes a faction plans to force him t…
Parris' daughter. Her father discovers her dancing in the woo…
Parris' black slave. Parris discovers her casting spells and…
Parris' niece; 17 years old & an orphan. She instigates the w…
Reverend Samuel Parris
Minister in Salem. He believes a faction plans to force him t…
Betty Parris
Parris' daughter. Her father discovers her dancing in the woo…
72 terms
College English 3: The Crucible
Inert
Persecute
Creed
Potent
Motionless; non-reactive
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
a statement of beliefs or set of principles
very strong, effective, or powerful; exerting... persuasion, inf…
Inert
Motionless; non-reactive
Persecute
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
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English Crucible Act 3 Quotes
Giles
Francis Nurse
Danforth
Proctor
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for land!"
"Excellency, we have proof for your eyes; god forbid you shut…
"I judge nothing. I tell you straight, Mister- I have seen ma…
"But if she say she is pregnant, then she must be! That woman…
Giles
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for land!"
Francis Nurse
"Excellency, we have proof for your eyes; god forbid you shut…
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English 11 - Unit 3 - The Crucible
abomination
hypocrite
partisan
anarchy
something disgustingly offensive
(adj.) a person who pretends to be what he or she is not or b…
Devoted to or biased in support of a party, group, or cause
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
abomination
something disgustingly offensive
hypocrite
(adj.) a person who pretends to be what he or she is not or b…
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English 3 - The Crucible
The Crucible is written by ________
What is the overall setting of The Cru…
What type of government do the charact…
Who is thought to be able to conjure s…
Arthur Miller
Salem, Massachusetts in 1692
Theocracy
Tituba
The Crucible is written by ________
Arthur Miller
What is the overall setting of The Cru…
Salem, Massachusetts in 1692
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English 3- The crucible
what is Abigail's relationship with jo…
Ann Putman's greatest grief is the unk…
What is Abigail's relationship with Go…
Whom does Abigail first blame for the…
They were once lovers
True
Abigail use to work for her
Tituba
what is Abigail's relationship with jo…
They were once lovers
Ann Putman's greatest grief is the unk…
True
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English 3 Crucible vocab terms
Predilection
Anatagonistic
abominations
vindictive
a preference or special liking for something
showing or feeling opposition or hostility toward someone or…
a feeling of hatred
having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge
Predilection
a preference or special liking for something
Anatagonistic
showing or feeling opposition or hostility toward someone or…
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English 3 "The Crucible"
What were the girls doing in the fores…
What does Rebecca Nurse think is wrong…
Why does Ann Putnam want to prove that…
What is Abigail and John's relationship?
They were dancing, some without clothes, and one person was c…
She thinks they are faking witchcraft to gain attention.
She wants someone to blame all of her dead children on.
John cheated on his wife with Abigail, but feels guilty. Abig…
What were the girls doing in the fores…
They were dancing, some without clothes, and one person was c…
What does Rebecca Nurse think is wrong…
She thinks they are faking witchcraft to gain attention.
English 3 The Crucible Vocabulary List
Ameliorate
Beguile
Blasphemous
Conciliate
to make better, to relieve, to improve
to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm
irreverent, profane
to reconcile, to pacify, to appease, to renew a friendship
Ameliorate
to make better, to relieve, to improve
Beguile
to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm
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English vocab list 3:The Crucible
Adamant
Dissembling
Ameliorate
Vindictive
Immovable, especially in opposing something
Disguising the truth
To improve
Vengeful; eager to get even when wronged
Adamant
Immovable, especially in opposing something
Dissembling
Disguising the truth
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English 3-terms 1-the crucible
Licentious
Prodigious
Vindictive
Paradox
Lacking legal or moral restraints
Being an omen
Disposed to seek revenge
Statement that is contradictory to common sense
Licentious
Lacking legal or moral restraints
Prodigious
Being an omen
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English 3- The Crucible Vocab #1
Ideology (N)
Hearty (ADJ)
Quake (V)
Dissemble (V)
A manner of thinking characteristic of a group
Strong, healthy
To tremble, shudder, , quiver with fear
To conceal the facts; to hide under false pretense
Ideology (N)
A manner of thinking characteristic of a group
Hearty (ADJ)
Strong, healthy
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The Crucible Vocab (Honors English 3)
adamant
ameliorate
anarchy
conciliatory
(adj.) immovable, especially in opposing something
(v.) to improve
(n.) condition of lawlessness and disorder, often due to lack…
(adj.) showing goodwill to end an argument
adamant
(adj.) immovable, especially in opposing something
ameliorate
(v.) to improve
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English - The Crucible Review CHARACTERS
Reverend Paris
Betty Paris
Tituba
Abigail Williams
Pastor of the church in Salem. He is the father of Betty and…
Until Abigail gives her a valid explanation for dancing in th…
She is a native of Barbados. First character accused of witch…
She was once the lover of John Proctor but was turned out whe…
Reverend Paris
Pastor of the church in Salem. He is the father of Betty and…
Betty Paris
Until Abigail gives her a valid explanation for dancing in th…
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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
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English 2H Midterm Crucible 3
What can the audience infer from Judge…
Hathorne's comments to Giles Corey and…
Francis Nurse tells the judges that th…
What is Proctor's main purpose in brin…
The court presumes that everyone accused of witchcraft
Felt as if his authority was being challenged
Dramatic Irony
Wants his wife saved from condemption
What can the audience infer from Judge…
The court presumes that everyone accused of witchcraft
Hathorne's comments to Giles Corey and…
Felt as if his authority was being challenged
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Vocabulary list #3: The Crucible Act II - English 3-4
blasphemy (n.)
deference (n.)
evasive (adj.)
indignant (adj.)
insulting or showing contempt for God's name.
respect and esteem due a superior or an elder
the tendency to avoid answering directly; dodging questions.
showing anger caused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean.
blasphemy (n.)
insulting or showing contempt for God's name.
deference (n.)
respect and esteem due a superior or an elder
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