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The Scarlet Letter AP English Language Vocabulary
indictment
inveterate
esoteric
replete
a formal charge or accusation for a serious crime
long-established, unlikely to change
intended for or likely to only be understood by a small numbe…
filled, well-supplied with something
indictment
a formal charge or accusation for a serious crime
inveterate
long-established, unlikely to change
The scarlet letter AP LANG
Propensity
Scintillating
Loquacity
Misanthropy
An intense and often urgent natural inclination
To be brilliant or keen, as in talent
Exceedingly talkative
A hatred or disgust for mankind
Propensity
An intense and often urgent natural inclination
Scintillating
To be brilliant or keen, as in talent
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AP Lang- Scarlet Letter Test
Written by
Written in
Setting
Time
Nathaniel Hawthorne
1850
Boston, Massachusetts
1642, The Puritan era
Written by
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Written in
1850
12 terms
AP Language The Scarlet Letter
Physiognomy
Scourge(d)
Augured
(In)auspicious
It is the practice of judging someone's character from their…
To punish someone through whipping
To foresee or predict a good or bad outcome
Not prone to success/prone to success
Physiognomy
It is the practice of judging someone's character from their…
Scourge(d)
To punish someone through whipping
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The Scarlet Letter vocab, Mrs. Kitt AP Lang
ignominy
inauspicious
indubitably
iniquity
shame and disgrace
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
Without a doubt
sin; evil act
ignominy
shame and disgrace
inauspicious
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
20 terms
AP English Lang Scarlet Letter Vocab
Abate
Entreaties
Impropriety
Amid
to become weaker; to decrease in strength; to put an end to
a serious request for something
rude or improper behavior, act, or quality
in the middle of (something)
Abate
to become weaker; to decrease in strength; to put an end to
Entreaties
a serious request for something
36 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab | AP Lang
Farthingale
Ignominy
Malefactresses
Pillory
A hoop worn by women to support skirts or petticoats
Shame, dishonor
Female criminals
A wooden board with holes for the head and hands that was use…
Farthingale
A hoop worn by women to support skirts or petticoats
Ignominy
Shame, dishonor
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab - AP Lang
Asperity
Ignominy
Expiation
Requital
(n) bitterness; scorn
(n) great personal dishonor; humiliation
(n) the means by which atonement is made
(n) a return or reward for service; kindness
Asperity
(n) bitterness; scorn
Ignominy
(n) great personal dishonor; humiliation
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The Scarlet Letter: Vocabulary AP LANG
abase
abate
abstruse
acuity
to degrade, to humiliate
to reduce in intensity or amount
difficult to understand, complex, concealed
sharpness of perception
abase
to degrade, to humiliate
abate
to reduce in intensity or amount
30 terms
AP Lang- The Scarlet Letter Vocab
Anathema
Apotheosized
Edifice
Gules
Devotion to evil ; cursed
Elevation to divine status.
Building
The heraldic color red
Anathema
Devotion to evil ; cursed
Apotheosized
Elevation to divine status.
24 terms
English AP (The Scarlet Letter)
Vindicate
Zeal
Affinity
Erudition
Maintain, uphold, defend / clear of accusation, blame, or dou…
a feeling of strong eagerness... "They seldom, it would appear,…
a close connection marked by community of interests... "if he ha…
profound scholarly knowledge... "and monkish ERUDITION, of which…
Vindicate
Maintain, uphold, defend / clear of accusation, blame, or dou…
Zeal
a feeling of strong eagerness... "They seldom, it would appear,…
118 terms
AP Lang - Scarlet Letter
Ponderous
Augured
Physiognomies
Heterodox
Slow, heavy; dull, lacking grace
Seer or prophet; to predict, to serve as omen
Facial features; art of judging people based on facial featur…
Not in agreement with accepted beliefs, esp. religious dogma;…
Ponderous
Slow, heavy; dull, lacking grace
Augured
Seer or prophet; to predict, to serve as omen
40 terms
AP Lang Scarlet Letter
Sepulcher
Augured
Heterodox
Autumnal
a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, in w…
(of an event or circumstance) portend a good or bad outcome
not conforming with accepted or orthodox standards or beliefs
of, characteristic of, or occurring in autumn:
Sepulcher
a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, in w…
Augured
(of an event or circumstance) portend a good or bad outcome
33 terms
Ap Lang Scarlet Letter
Albeit
Avail
Wary
Inauspicious
Although
Use or take advantage of
Slowing or feeling caution
Not conductive to success
Albeit
Although
Avail
Use or take advantage of
25 terms
AP Lang Scarlet Letter
Amendable
Behoove
Contumely
Demeanor
(adj) Able to be corrected, alerted, or modified
(v) To be necessary or proper
(n) A contemptuous insult
(n) Outward behavior or deportment
Amendable
(adj) Able to be corrected, alerted, or modified
Behoove
(v) To be necessary or proper
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The Scarlet Letter // AP English
classic
symbolism
symbols
setting
conveys precisions of style, formality of structure, and, abo…
the practice of using symbols by investing things with a symb…
objects, colors, people, etc., that represent, express, or id…
Boston, Massachusetts; 17th century
classic
conveys precisions of style, formality of structure, and, abo…
symbolism
the practice of using symbols by investing things with a symb…
20 terms
Ap lang Scarlet letter
vindicate
consigned
imminent
importunate
to lay claim of
sent to an undesired place or position
likely to happen
annoyingly persist
vindicate
to lay claim of
consigned
sent to an undesired place or position
25 terms
ap lang-scarlet letter
what century?
who is the narrator?
Hester and chillingsworth lived in....
chillingsworth used to live with...
17th century
customs officer
Amsterdam
native Americans
what century?
17th century
who is the narrator?
customs officer
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AP English - "The Scarlet Letter"
edifice
decorous
languid
prolix
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
proper; tasteful; socially correct
(adj.) drooping; without energy, sluggish
Excessively long and wordy (of a person, piece of writing, et…
edifice
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
decorous
proper; tasteful; socially correct
25 terms
AP English Language for Chapters 9-13 of The Scarlet Letter
Vindicate
Defile
Zeal
Affinity
Maintain, uphold, or defend
Spot, stain or pollute
A strong feeling of eagerness
A close community marked by community of interests
Vindicate
Maintain, uphold, or defend
Defile
Spot, stain or pollute
25 terms
AP English Language Vocabulary for chapters 5-8 of The Scarlet Letter
Inscrutable
Intangible
Ascetic
Imbibe
Of an obscure nature
Hard to pin down or identify
Practicing great self-denial
Receive into the mind and retain
Inscrutable
Of an obscure nature
Intangible
Hard to pin down or identify
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AP English Language Vocabulary for chapters 1-4 of The Scarlet Letter
Decorous
Prolix
Languid
Truculence
Propriety, Dignity, and good taste
Speaking or writing at great length
Lacking spirit of liveliness
Aggressiveness
Decorous
Propriety, Dignity, and good taste
Prolix
Speaking or writing at great length
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AP English Language and Composition: The Scarlet Letter Ch. 1-12 Vocab
Edifice
Deportment
Ignominy
Ignominious
N- a building, especially an imposing one
N- a way of bearing oneself; demeanor
N- a disgrace
Adj- disgraceful
Edifice
N- a building, especially an imposing one
Deportment
N- a way of bearing oneself; demeanor
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition: The Scarlet Letter: Ch. 13-24 Vocab
Abased
Emaciated
Scintillating
Capricious
V- degraded
Adj- excessively thin
Adj- flashy, sparkling, glistening
Adj- impulsive and unpredictable ... N- caprice
Abased
V- degraded
Emaciated
Adj- excessively thin
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AP Lang Lesson 3 (The Scarlet Letter)
Abate
Amenable
Caprice
delve
v. to make or become less in amount, intensity, degree, etc
adj. willing to yield or submit
n. tendency to change one's mind without apparent or adequate…
v. to carry on intensive and thorough research for data, info…
Abate
v. to make or become less in amount, intensity, degree, etc
Amenable
adj. willing to yield or submit
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary AP Lang 11
Petrify
Transgressor
Purport
Visage
to make hard
sinner
meaning
face
Petrify
to make hard
Transgressor
sinner
25 terms
AP Lang The Scarlet Letter Vocab List 1
Congenial
Inauspicious
Indubitably
Evanescent
(Adj.) Agreeable, suitable, or pleasing in nature or character.
(Adj.) boding ill, ill-omened unfavorable
(Adj.) that cannot be doubted; patently evident or certain. u…
(Adj.) vanishing; fading away; fleeting.... Tending to become im…
Congenial
(Adj.) Agreeable, suitable, or pleasing in nature or character.
Inauspicious
(Adj.) boding ill, ill-omened unfavorable
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AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 6
sagacious
scintillating
sedulously
sentinel
wise, shrewd, very discerning
sparkling, shining, or flashing
very diligent, accomplishing with painstaking care
one who keeps guard as a sentry
sagacious
wise, shrewd, very discerning
scintillating
sparkling, shining, or flashing
30 terms
AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 5
peal
penitent
petty
petulance
a loud ringing (usually of bells)
showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
small and insignificant
unreasonable touchiness or irritability
peal
a loud ringing (usually of bells)
penitent
showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
33 terms
AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 1
abase
abate
abstruse
abyss
to humiliate
to reduce in intensity or amount
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
bottomless hole, a vast expanse or depth
abase
to humiliate
abate
to reduce in intensity or amount
85 terms
AP English - Scarlet Letter Test
Book was completed in
Based in
Set in which century
Rosebush was not a symbol for
1850
1650
17th
righteousness
Book was completed in
1850
Based in
1650
30 terms
AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 3
expiate
extant
fervent
florid
to atone or to make amends for a sin or a crime
still in existence
ardent, showing great emotion, impassioned
flowery, flushed with color
expiate
to atone or to make amends for a sin or a crime
extant
still in existence
30 terms
AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 4
insidious
inveterate
inviolable
jocular
treacherous or dangerous in a secret sort of way
firmly established, habitual, deep-rooted
secure from violation or from being profaned
jesting or joking
insidious
treacherous or dangerous in a secret sort of way
inveterate
firmly established, habitual, deep-rooted
20 terms
AP Lang & Comp: The Scarlet Letter 2
deleterious
depravity
derision
despondency
harmful; dangerous; injurious
moral corruption, a wicked or perverse act
scoffing at, mockery, ridicule
depression, dejection
deleterious
harmful; dangerous; injurious
depravity
moral corruption, a wicked or perverse act
25 terms
The Scarlet Letter Ap English Vocab
abase
abate
abstruse
abyss
to degrade, to humiliate
to reduce in intensity or amount
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
bottomless hole, vast expanse or depth
abase
to degrade, to humiliate
abate
to reduce in intensity or amount
26 terms
AP Lang Scarlet Letter Vocab
Edifice
Ensue
Feign
Gesticulation
building
to take place afterward
to pretend
expressive gesture
Edifice
building
Ensue
to take place afterward
85 terms
AP English - Scarlet Letter Test
Book was completed in
Based in
Set in which century
Rosebush was not a symbol for
1850
1650
17th
righteousness
Book was completed in
1850
Based in
1650
20 terms
Ap Lang scarlet letter terms
Venerable
Contumely
Sojourn
Sagacity
Made sacred especially by religious or historical association
Rude language or treatment arising from haughtiness and conte…
Temporary stay
Keen of mind; shrewd
Venerable
Made sacred especially by religious or historical association
Contumely
Rude language or treatment arising from haughtiness and conte…
35 terms
Knights 11th AP English The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
demeanor
venerable
ignominy
impropriety
manner; way in which a person conducts themself
worthy of reverence or respect
dishonor; infamy; disgraceful conduct
something improper, incorrect; not appropriate
demeanor
manner; way in which a person conducts themself
venerable
worthy of reverence or respect
59 terms
AP Lang Vocab - Scarlet Letter
Hitherto
Stigma
Providence
Apotheosis
Up to this time
A mark/token of infamy, disgrace, or reproach
a force which is believed by some people to control what happ…
The best and most perfect example of something; Elevation to…
Hitherto
Up to this time
Stigma
A mark/token of infamy, disgrace, or reproach
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Ap Lang scarlet letter (1)
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Congenial
Great crowd of people
Structure, building
Perfect place society
Pleasant, friendly
Throng
Great crowd of people
Edifice
Structure, building
26 terms
AP Lang - the scarlet letter vocab part 2
palliate
somniferous
veneration
tremulous
disguise the seriousness or gravity; make (a disease or its s…
causing a person to become tired and ready to fall asleep
commanding respect because of great age or associated dignity
characterized by trembling, as from fear
palliate
disguise the seriousness or gravity; make (a disease or its s…
somniferous
causing a person to become tired and ready to fall asleep
32 terms
AP Lang The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Period 1
demeanor
venerable
ignominy
inauspicious
a person's appearance and behavior : the way someone seems to…
old and respected : valued and respected because of old age,…
a situation or event that causes you to feel ashamed or embar…
not showing or suggesting that future success is likely : not…
demeanor
a person's appearance and behavior : the way someone seems to…
venerable
old and respected : valued and respected because of old age,…
25 terms
AP Lang Scarlet Letter 2
Asperity (adj)
Decorous (adj)
Denizens (n)
Erudition (n)
harshness in tone or manner
in keeping with good taste and propriety
inhabitants of a particular place
knowledge acquired by study
Asperity (adj)
harshness in tone or manner
Decorous (adj)
in keeping with good taste and propriety
30 terms
ap lang the scarlet letter vocab list #2
impalpable
gourmand
vitiate
maw
intangible, shadowy, imaginary
foodie, epicure, gastronome, connoisseur
to make ineffective or faulty
mouth, stomach
impalpable
intangible, shadowy, imaginary
gourmand
foodie, epicure, gastronome, connoisseur
40 terms
AP Lang./Composition- The Scarlet Letter Vocab
indictment
inreterate
esoteric
replete
...
...
...
...
indictment
...
inreterate
...
50 terms
The scarlet letter ap English midterm
"Ah but let her cover the mark as she…
"A bodily disease, which we look upon…
"He wore a dark feather in his hat, a…
"...the eldest clergyman of Boston, a…
Hester Prynne
Arthur Dimmesdale
Governor Bellingham
Reverend Wilson
"Ah but let her cover the mark as she…
Hester Prynne
"A bodily disease, which we look upon…
Arthur Dimmesdale
15 terms
ap lang the scarlet letter vocab list #1
quietude
sepulchre
edifice
truculent
tranquility, peacefulness
tomb
structure
quarrelsome, bad-tempered
quietude
tranquility, peacefulness
sepulchre
tomb
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter - Mr.Gallagher AP Lang
Extant
Pestilence
Vista
Depravity
Existing
Plague
View
Corruption
Extant
Existing
Pestilence
Plague
84 terms
AP English 3 [The Scarlet Letter]
T/F? Roger Chillingworth comes to Bost…
T/F? Arthur Dimmesdale pleads with Hes…
T/F? Chillingworth promises Hester tha…
T/F? Mistress Hibbins invites Hester t…
False
True
True
True
T/F? Roger Chillingworth comes to Bost…
False
T/F? Arthur Dimmesdale pleads with Hes…
True
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