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The Crucible
Crucible
Theocracy
Lechery
Tradgedy
1) a ceramic or metal container in which metals can be melted…
System of government which priests rule in the name of God
Excessive sexual desire; lustfulness
An event causing great suffering
Crucible
1) a ceramic or metal container in which metals can be melted…
Theocracy
System of government which priests rule in the name of God
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theocracy
providence
Puritanical
inculation
governed by religion
God's will; God's intervention in human affairs
Strict in morality and religion
impress with insistent urging; convince
theocracy
governed by religion
providence
God's will; God's intervention in human affairs
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abomination
conjured
contention
deference
an object of disgust, shame or dislike
invoked unnatural or supernatural forces
disagreement; a claim made in debate
respect towards another's opinion or interests
abomination
an object of disgust, shame or dislike
conjured
invoked unnatural or supernatural forces
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compromise
contention
subservient
naive
to endanger reputation
verbal argument
to promote an end
innocent
compromise
to endanger reputation
contention
verbal argument
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Arthur Miller
one extreme
other extreme
two important characters
uses various characters to ensure that the reader contemplate…
he creates the characters of Abigail and Putnam, representing…
there is Rebecca, who no-one can fault, except for the bad an…
John Proctor and Reverend Hale, are used by Miller to show th…
Arthur Miller
uses various characters to ensure that the reader contemplate…
one extreme
he creates the characters of Abigail and Putnam, representing…
The Crucible
Hearty
quaking
dissembling
propriety
healthy
shaking
lying
proper
Hearty
healthy
quaking
shaking
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abomination
abrogation
abyss
anarchy
something detestable; something despised
abolishment
nothingness;point of no return
lawlessness
abomination
something detestable; something despised
abrogation
abolishment
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effrontery
contention
covenanted
imperceptible
shameless
competitive controversial ready to aryue
compacted,contracted a greed
very slight, not noticeable
effrontery
shameless
contention
competitive controversial ready to aryue
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Crucible
Persecute
Inhabit
Creed
Somber
harass or annoy (someone) persistently.
live in or occupy
a set of beliefs or aims that guide someone , basically a syn…
oppressively solemn or sober in mood; grave.
Persecute
harass or annoy (someone) persistently.
Inhabit
live in or occupy
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integrity
morality
reputation
implication
(n.) honesty, high moral standards; an unimpaired condition,…
(n.) - a set of ideas about right and wrong behavior... A system…
(n) the opinion that people have about what sb / sth is like,…
(n) act of implying or that which is implied; close connectio…
integrity
(n.) honesty, high moral standards; an unimpaired condition,…
morality
(n.) - a set of ideas about right and wrong behavior... A system…
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Titillated
malign
abrogation
atomization
Excited agreeadly
to speak ill of ; to slander
the act of abolishing annulment
the reduction to fine particles or spray
Titillated
Excited agreeadly
malign
to speak ill of ; to slander
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abomination
abyss
begrudge
blatant
a thing that causes disgust or hatred (disgust behavior)
a deep or seemingly bottomless chasm (bottomless pit)
-envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something)... -g…
(of bad behavior) done openly and unshamesly
abomination
a thing that causes disgust or hatred (disgust behavior)
abyss
a deep or seemingly bottomless chasm (bottomless pit)
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the crucible
the crucible
Arthur miller
Arthur miller most famous play
Arthur miller first success
a challege
author born in nyc 1915
death of a salesman
all my sons
the crucible
a challege
Arthur miller
author born in nyc 1915
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pallor
formidable
pretense
probity
paleness
very serious; very grave
an attempt to make something that is not the case appear true.
integrity; goodness
pallor
paleness
formidable
very serious; very grave
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Ideology
Paradox
Propriety
Faction
thinking characteristic of an individual, group, or culture
A statement. contradictory or opposed to common sense
socially acceptable behavior and speech
Group; secret faction; clique
Ideology
thinking characteristic of an individual, group, or culture
Paradox
A statement. contradictory or opposed to common sense
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crucible
lucifer
demonic
supernatural
a severe, searching test or trial.
the devils real name
dark inspired as if by a demon, indwelling spirit, or genius.
not of this world, of, relating to, or being above or beyond…
crucible
a severe, searching test or trial.
lucifer
the devils real name
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adamant
ameliorate
anarchy
conciliatory
adjective... refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
verb... make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better
noun... a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of…
adjective... intended or likely to placate or pacify
adamant
adjective... refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
ameliorate
verb... make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better
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autocratic
magistrate
junta
sect
domineering; tyrannical
judge
a small group of rulers
a religious denomination
autocratic
domineering; tyrannical
magistrate
judge
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Crucible
Parishioners
Defiled
Differentiation
Manifestation
An inhabitant of a parish, especially one who belongs to or a…
To corrupt the purity or perfection of.... The beauty of the bri…
To make clear, varied. ... In order for the class needs to be me…
An event, action, or object that clearly shows or embodies so…
Parishioners
An inhabitant of a parish, especially one who belongs to or a…
Defiled
To corrupt the purity or perfection of.... The beauty of the bri…
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predeliction
virgin
ingratiating
theocracy
A partiality or predisposition in favour of something, a pref…
untouched, unspoiled, untainted, immaculate, pristine, flawless
intended to gain approval or favor; sycophantic; toadying;
A government controlled by religious leaders
predeliction
A partiality or predisposition in favour of something, a pref…
virgin
untouched, unspoiled, untainted, immaculate, pristine, flawless
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predilection (n)
ingratiating (adj)
ameliorate (v-trans, v-intrans)
incredulous (adj)
a natural preference for something; tendency
gaining favor by doing or saying things that people like
to become or make something better or more tolerable
unwilling to accept what is offered as true
predilection (n)
a natural preference for something; tendency
ingratiating (adj)
gaining favor by doing or saying things that people like
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trepidation
deference
subservient
ameliorate
Fear
Respect
Excessively willing to yield; submissive.
To improve
trepidation
Fear
deference
Respect
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indignant
inept -- an inept remark
inert
ingratiate
anger as a result of something unjust
Not apt or fitting; inappropriate. Displaying a lack of judgm…
Unable to move or act. Sluggish in action or motion; lethargi…
to make an effort to gain good favor with someone
indignant
anger as a result of something unjust
inept -- an inept remark
Not apt or fitting; inappropriate. Displaying a lack of judgm…
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to accuse sb of doing sth
witchcraft
magic
to accuse sb of being sth
jmd anklagen etwas getan zu haben, jmd anschuldigen etwas zu…
Hexerei
Zauberei
jmd anklagen etwas zu sein
to accuse sb of doing sth
jmd anklagen etwas getan zu haben, jmd anschuldigen etwas zu…
witchcraft
Hexerei
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allegory
subpoena
McCarthyism
hysteria
a metaphor in a story, poem, or picture that can be interpret…
A court order requiring a person to appear in court and give…
The term associated with Senator Joseph McCarthy who led the…
state of panic or overwhelming emotion
allegory
a metaphor in a story, poem, or picture that can be interpret…
subpoena
A court order requiring a person to appear in court and give…
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Predilection
Ingratiating
Dissembling
Calumny
Pre-existing liking; preference
Having a quality that brings oneself into favor; charming or…
Disguising one's real nature or motives; pretense
False accusation; slander
Predilection
Pre-existing liking; preference
Ingratiating
Having a quality that brings oneself into favor; charming or…
49 terms
Crucible
abomination
adamant
allegory
beguile
something that is greatly disliked
stubborn
a story that represents another story
tricking someone
abomination
something that is greatly disliked
adamant
stubborn
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50000
Basics necessities
The Great Depression
1941
This many Americans were members of the Communist party
Communists believed everyone deserved
It left the americans upset about the government
America begins fighting Germany
50000
This many Americans were members of the Communist party
Basics necessities
Communists believed everyone deserved
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iniquity
contentious
adamant
dissembling
wickedness
wants to argue
unmoving
lying
iniquity
wickedness
contentious
wants to argue
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paradox
prodigious
partisan
contiguous
seeming contradiction
big
someone that takes one side
boundaries touching each other
paradox
seeming contradiction
prodigious
big
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Adament
Anarchy
Contentious
Corrobrate
Resolute
Lawlessness
Inclined to disagree
Confirm
Adament
Resolute
Anarchy
Lawlessness
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dissembling
conjure
vindictive
propriety
to conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some preten…
to call upon or command (a devil or spirit) by invocation or…
disposed or inclined to revenge; vengeful; proceeding from or…
conformity to established standards of good or proper behavio…
dissembling
to conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some preten…
conjure
to call upon or command (a devil or spirit) by invocation or…
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Abby williams
Ann Punam
Betty Parris
Elizabeth proctor
Niece of rev Parris; the constant liar
Wife of Thomas, mother of eight, but only one survived; accus…
Daughter of rev Parris; falls in due to trance in the forest,…
Fired Abigail after affair with her husband; religious, but b…
Abby williams
Niece of rev Parris; the constant liar
Ann Punam
Wife of Thomas, mother of eight, but only one survived; accus…
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The Crucible
Change the Church of England.
separatists
puritans
theocracy
Religious reformers from England wanted to do what?
wanted to purify by physically separating from the church
they wanted to establish a city on a "hill", a new Jerusalem(…
a community guided by God and a Bible
Change the Church of England.
Religious reformers from England wanted to do what?
separatists
wanted to purify by physically separating from the church
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prodigious
ameliorate
heathen
reprieve
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n.) a person who does not belong to a widely held religion (…
(n) a temporary relief or delay; (v) to grant a postponement
prodigious
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
ameliorate
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
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predilection
ingratiating
dissembling
calumny
preexisting preference
charming or flattering
disguising one's real nature or motives
false accusation; slander
predilection
preexisting preference
ingratiating
charming or flattering
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afflicted
catch 22
crucible
defamation
affected by a serious illness or pain
no win situation
a severe test or trial
act of harming or ruining another's reputation
afflicted
affected by a serious illness or pain
catch 22
no win situation
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Subservant
Naive
Pretense
Compromise
Useful,in an inferior capacity,to promote an end,submissive
Lacking knowledge of the ways of the world;unsophisticated ;i…
A false show or appearance especially for the purpose of deci…
To endanger the reputation or interests of ;to expose
Subservant
Useful,in an inferior capacity,to promote an end,submissive
Naive
Lacking knowledge of the ways of the world;unsophisticated ;i…
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Introduction
Para 1
Para 2
Para 3
Arthur Miller's play 'The Crucible' is an allegorical text th…
'The Crucible' explores the way in which the pervasiveness of…
Similarly, opportunistic individuals in Salem gain social pow…
Through his play 'The Crucible', Miller examines how the auto…
Introduction
Arthur Miller's play 'The Crucible' is an allegorical text th…
Para 1
'The Crucible' explores the way in which the pervasiveness of…
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Slant Rhyme
Assonance
oxymoron
paradox
Either the vowels or the vowels of stressed syllables are ide…
vowel rhyme; in poetry, the repetition of the sound of a vowe…
a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms ap…
a statement that apparently contradicts itself and yet might…
Slant Rhyme
Either the vowels or the vowels of stressed syllables are ide…
Assonance
vowel rhyme; in poetry, the repetition of the sound of a vowe…
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abomination
ameliorate
avid
begrude
an action that is vicious or vile; they are done in the forest
to make better; improve
show great enthusiasm for
to give reluctantly; to envy a possession or enjoyment
abomination
an action that is vicious or vile; they are done in the forest
ameliorate
to make better; improve
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Ideology
Theocracy
Quaking
Dissembling
Manner of thinking characteristic
Opposed to common sense
Quivering with fear
Hiding under a false pretense
Ideology
Manner of thinking characteristic
Theocracy
Opposed to common sense
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Crucible
Inert
Persecute
creed
potent
Motionless; non-reactive
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
a statement of belief or principle
strong and effective, or powerful; exerting persuasion, influ…
Inert
Motionless; non-reactive
Persecute
to oppress a race or group of people because of ethnicity or…
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The Crucible
autocratic
magistrate
junta
sect
domineering; tyrannical
judge
a small group of rulers
a religious denomination
autocratic
domineering; tyrannical
magistrate
judge
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theocracy
dissembling
partisan
avidly
n.: a government ruled by religious authority
v. used as n.: the hiding of one's feelings or motives
n.: a strong supporter in a cause
adv.: eagerly
theocracy
n.: a government ruled by religious authority
dissembling
v. used as n.: the hiding of one's feelings or motives
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The Crucible
Dissembling
Conjure
Vindictive
Propriety
Conceal one's true motives, feelings, or beliefs.
evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic
Having a strong desire for revenge
the quality of behaving in a proper manner; obeying rules and…
Dissembling
Conceal one's true motives, feelings, or beliefs.
Conjure
evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic
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The Crucible
Abigail Williams
Abigail
Reverend Parris
Mr. Putnam
Had an affair, accused the wife of witchcraft, drank a charm…
Niece of Reverned Parris
Wanted the golden candlesticks mortgage to the house, more sa…
Wanted more land, more respect, thought himself better than e…
Abigail Williams
Had an affair, accused the wife of witchcraft, drank a charm…
Abigail
Niece of Reverned Parris
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paradox
vindictive
calumny
licentious
a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition…
describing someone who strongly desires revenge, ill-will, or…
a harmful and false statement intended to damage an individua…
lacking moral discipline, especially in regards to sexual con…
paradox
a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition…
vindictive
describing someone who strongly desires revenge, ill-will, or…
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persecute
dissembling
province
predilection
cause to suffer
disguising one's real motives
the territory that is self-governed within a nation
a strong liking, fondness
persecute
cause to suffer
dissembling
disguising one's real motives
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dissemble
faction
abomination
sway
to conceal your true feelings; to pretend
a small, organized group within a larger group
a thing that causes hatred or disgust (witches were thought t…
1. to move back and forth; 2. to change your opinion about so…
dissemble
to conceal your true feelings; to pretend
faction
a small, organized group within a larger group
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