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10 terms
English 10 vocab words
melodious
Pallid
Malevolent
Caveat
1. Melodious (adj.) - having a pleasing arrangement of sounds…
2. Pallid (adj) 1. pale; faint or deficient in color: a palli…
4. Malevolent: (adj.) evil, harmful ... Ex. The malevolent goss…
5. Caveat: (n) a warning or caution ... (Ca-vee-ott) ... Ex. He…
melodious
1. Melodious (adj.) - having a pleasing arrangement of sounds…
Pallid
2. Pallid (adj) 1. pale; faint or deficient in color: a palli…
20 terms
English 10 Vocab Words
revision
critique
self-assess
edit
To look at something with a fresh, critical perspective - rew…
A serious examination and judgment of something.
An evaluation of your strengths and weaknesses.
A change or correction made as a result of editing - the proc…
revision
To look at something with a fresh, critical perspective - rew…
critique
A serious examination and judgment of something.
20 terms
English 10 vocab words
melodious
Pallid
Malevolent
Caveat
1. Melodious (adj.) - having a pleasing arrangement of sounds…
2. Pallid (adj) 1. pale; faint or deficient in color: a palli…
4. Malevolent: (adj.) evil, harmful ... Ex. The malevolent goss…
5. Caveat: (n) a warning or caution ... (Ca-vee-ott) ... Ex. He…
melodious
1. Melodious (adj.) - having a pleasing arrangement of sounds…
Pallid
2. Pallid (adj) 1. pale; faint or deficient in color: a palli…
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English 10 Vocabulary Words
Insipid
Laconic
Juxtapose
Lethargic
Lacking flavor or interest
Using very few words (in speech, of a person, or style of wri…
A place, deal, or thing close together for contrasting effect
Sluggish, lifeless, inactive, slow
Insipid
Lacking flavor or interest
Laconic
Using very few words (in speech, of a person, or style of wri…
40 terms
English 10 Vocab Words
Static Character
Dynamic Character
Flat character
Round Character
One who does not change much in the course of the story
One who changes in some important way as a result of the stor…
One who has only one or two personality traits
One who has more dimension to their personality
Static Character
One who does not change much in the course of the story
Dynamic Character
One who changes in some important way as a result of the stor…
12 terms
English 10 Word Study List 10
CIRCUM, CIRC
CORD, COR, CARDI
CORP
COSM
around
heart
body
universe, world
CIRCUM, CIRC
around
CORD, COR, CARDI
heart
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English 10 Vocabulary Words
Chattel
Austere
Lament
Aloof
item of personal, movable property.
sterns, severely simple and plain.
to show sorrow or regret.
distant, reserved in manner: not involved.
Chattel
item of personal, movable property.
Austere
sterns, severely simple and plain.
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vocab words for English 10
Authority
Boycott
Compassion
Desperately
People in authority can have power over others.
A boycott is a way to punish an organization by refusing to u…
When you show compassion for others, you care deeply about th…
When you act desperately, you make a big effort because you f…
Authority
People in authority can have power over others.
Boycott
A boycott is a way to punish an organization by refusing to u…
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English 10 Lesson 10
Acute
Anonymous
Apprehensive
Arrogant
very great
having an unknown author
fearful
showing too much self-importance
Acute
very great
Anonymous
having an unknown author
30 terms
English 10 Vocabulary Words
Precariously
Pacifism
Deliberate
Enigmatic
Dangerously; lacking security, Dangerously
A belief that disputes should be settled by nonviolent means.
On purpose
(adj.) puzzling, perplexing, inexplicable, not easily underst…
Precariously
Dangerously; lacking security, Dangerously
Pacifism
A belief that disputes should be settled by nonviolent means.
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ADV. English 10 All Words
GEN, GENER, GENIT
degenerate
engender
genre
birth, kind, class
v. to sink to a lower class or standard; to grow worse; to de…
v. to give birth to; to create; to generate; to produce; to c…
n. kind; sort; category
GEN, GENER, GENIT
birth, kind, class
degenerate
v. to sink to a lower class or standard; to grow worse; to de…
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english words 10
replenish
repugnant
restitution
scarcity
Refill
Disgusting
Payment for an injury; compensation
A small and inadequate amount
replenish
Refill
repugnant
Disgusting
19 terms
English 10 A: Word Parts
Etymology
Prefix
Root word
Suffix
The origin and history of a word
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
A word in its simplest form, before any prefixes or suffixes…
A syllable or word that comes after a root word to change its…
Etymology
The origin and history of a word
Prefix
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
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English 10 Vocabulary Words
Mausoleum
Sieve
Pulverize
Pantomime
n. impressive building housing a tomb or a group of tombs
n. utensil consisting of a wire mesh held in a frame, used fo…
v. to reduce to fine particles (turned to dust)
v. express or represent by exaggerated mime, using only gestu…
Mausoleum
n. impressive building housing a tomb or a group of tombs
Sieve
n. utensil consisting of a wire mesh held in a frame, used fo…
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English 10 midterm words
Tone
Logos
Rhetoric
Simile
the general character or attitude of a place, ... piece of writi…
appeal to logic
the art of persuasion
Compare two things using like or as
Tone
the general character or attitude of a place, ... piece of writi…
Logos
appeal to logic
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English 10 - Vocab. Roots and Words #10
-crimin
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
"crime, charge of crime"
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a counter charge
-crimin
"crime, charge of crime"
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
24 terms
English 9 Word List 10
quarry
remorse
paragon
patronage
prey
regret or guilt (sadness)
a perfect model (a model of excellence)
special support
quarry
prey
remorse
regret or guilt (sadness)
10 terms
English words veke 10
want
cartoon
sidewalks
Space center
ønskjer
teikneserie
fortau
romsenter
want
ønskjer
cartoon
teikneserie
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English 10 Word Study List 10
CIRCUM, CIRC
CORD, COR, CARDI
CORP
COSM
around
heart
body
universe, world
CIRCUM, CIRC
around
CORD, COR, CARDI
heart
10 terms
English to Vietnamese 10 words
hello
good bye
I
You
xin chào
tạm biệt
Tôi
Bạn
hello
xin chào
good bye
tạm biệt
10 terms
Lesson 1 - words #1-10 Vocabulary 10-3 English
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
verb. ... to corrupt something or make it worse. ... You should a…
adj.... being able to write with both hands, being skilled at so…
v.... to make bigger... My mother augmented my punishment for not d…
adj.... to be sorrowful or to be without something... The flood le…
adulterate
verb. ... to corrupt something or make it worse. ... You should a…
ambidextrous
adj.... being able to write with both hands, being skilled at so…
10 terms
English words 1-10
anonymous
browse
dupe
dynamic
unnamed
to window-shop
a person easily tricked
active
anonymous
unnamed
browse
to window-shop
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English word wizard -10 words
negotiate (126)
manipulates (141)
sequence (140)
sappy (144)
to deal or bargain with another or others, as in the preparat…
to manage or influence skillfully, especially in an unfair ma…
the following of one thing after another; succession.
excessively sentimental; mawkish.
negotiate (126)
to deal or bargain with another or others, as in the preparat…
manipulates (141)
to manage or influence skillfully, especially in an unfair ma…
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English 10 word vocab
Renounced
Insolent
Deprived
Simultaneously
To give or put aside
Rude or disrespectful
Lacking of basic materials
at the same time
Renounced
To give or put aside
Insolent
Rude or disrespectful
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English 10 vocab words
alliteration
allusion
word choice
tone
a technique repeating the same beginning sounds over and over
reference to something/someone known by many like the Bible
using words that make your writing more interesting
The author's attitude toward the theme, toward the characters…
alliteration
a technique repeating the same beginning sounds over and over
allusion
reference to something/someone known by many like the Bible
21 terms
Semester 2, English 10, Unit 6 words
osteoporosis
antipathy
empathy
euphony
a condition in which bones become brittle and break easily
extreme dislike
the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels
pleasant sounding
osteoporosis
a condition in which bones become brittle and break easily
antipathy
extreme dislike
7 terms
Week 10 Words English III
alliteration
conflict
metaphor
personification
repetition of an initial sound, usually of a consonant or clu…
Opposition between characters or forces in a work of drama or…
Comparison of two or more objects/people; do not use like or…
Giving human traits to non-living things or ideas.
alliteration
repetition of an initial sound, usually of a consonant or clu…
conflict
Opposition between characters or forces in a work of drama or…
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary Words
Acknowledge
alternative
anecdote
appropriate
to admit
a choice
a short, interesting story
proper
Acknowledge
to admit
alternative
a choice
60 terms
English Words 10-2
Atonement
Unscrupulous
Perpetually
Infidelity
Amends, reparation, or expiation made from wrong or injury.
dishonest
continually
unfaithfulness
Atonement
Amends, reparation, or expiation made from wrong or injury.
Unscrupulous
dishonest
10 terms
10 English words
Another
Twice
Define
Glow
En annen
Dobbel
Definere
Gløde
Another
En annen
Twice
Dobbel
12 terms
English 10 Word Study List 2
AB, ABS, A
ADE
ALI, ALLO, ALTER
ALT
from, away
result of action
other
high, deep
AB, ABS, A
from, away
ADE
result of action
15 terms
English 10 vocab words
Discerned
Abomination
Rebuked
Accorded
Distinguished; perceived
A vile, shameful, or detestable action, condition, habit
Scold harshly; criticize severely
To grant; to bestow; to be in agreement
Discerned
Distinguished; perceived
Abomination
A vile, shameful, or detestable action, condition, habit
10 terms
English 10 Vocab Words
Umbrage (N)
Affix (V)
Malady (N)
Acute (Adj)
The slightest indication or vaguest feeling of suspicion, dou…
To fasten, join, or attach (fasten)
Any disorder or disease of the body, especially one that is c…
Sharp or severe in effect; intense (piercing)
Umbrage (N)
The slightest indication or vaguest feeling of suspicion, dou…
Affix (V)
To fasten, join, or attach (fasten)
212 terms
English Words 10
frosting
echo
definition
food processor
アイジング(砂糖)
反響... (動)反響するiv
定義
ミキサー
frosting
アイジング(砂糖)
echo
反響... (動)反響するiv
10 terms
Root Words 2016 -ENGLISH 10
Anti -antibiotic, antibacterial
astro -astronaut, astronomer
auto -autopilot, automatic
bio- biology, bionic
against, opposite
star
self, same
life
Anti -antibiotic, antibacterial
against, opposite
astro -astronaut, astronomer
star
10 terms
10 Vocab words (English)
Deity
Placid
Amicable
Levity
(n.) A God or Goddess
(adj.) Pleasantly calm or peaceful
(adj.) Characterized by or showing goodwill
(n.) Lightness of mind, character, or behavior; lack of appro…
Deity
(n.) A God or Goddess
Placid
(adj.) Pleasantly calm or peaceful
13 terms
English 10 Word Study List 3
AGE
AMBI, AMB
ANNI, ANNU, ENNI
ANTI
act of, state of, collection of
both, around
year
old
AGE
act of, state of, collection of
AMBI, AMB
both, around
11 terms
English 10 Word Study List 12
CONI
DENT, DONT
DERM
DICT
dust
tooth
skin
say, speak
CONI
dust
DENT, DONT
tooth
9 terms
English 10 Word Study List 9
ARY, ERY, ORY
CATA
CEREBRO
CLAM, CLAIM
relating to, quality, place where
down, against
brain
cry out
ARY, ERY, ORY
relating to, quality, place where
CATA
down, against
10 terms
English words, 1-10
anecdote
consolidate
counterfeit
docile
a story
to unite
a fake copy
obedient
anecdote
a story
consolidate
to unite
10 terms
10 words in English
chiffon (noun)
wayfarer (noun)
eutaxy (noun)
malice (noun)
a type of fine transparent cloth made from silk or nylon, use…
a person who travels from one place to another, usually on foot
good order or management
a feeling of hatred for somebody that causes a desire to harm…
chiffon (noun)
a type of fine transparent cloth made from silk or nylon, use…
wayfarer (noun)
a person who travels from one place to another, usually on foot
10 terms
English 10 Word Study List 7
ANCE, ANCY
BI, BIS, BIN
CAUSE, CUSE, CUS
CED, CEED, CEDE, CESS
action, process, state
both, double, twice
cause, motive
move, yield, go, surrender
ANCE, ANCY
action, process, state
BI, BIS, BIN
both, double, twice
5 terms
English Words Week 10
hungry
afternoon
half an hour
time to
sulten
ettermiddag
en halv time
på tide å
hungry
sulten
afternoon
ettermiddag
50 terms
English 10 vocab words
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
to lesson in violence or intensity
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
to detest, loathe, hate strongly
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
abate
to lesson in violence or intensity
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
15 terms
English 10 words 1
condescending
reclusive
provocative
lascivious
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
preferring to live in isolation
tending to provoke a response, anger or disagreement (modest)
Lustful
condescending
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
reclusive
preferring to live in isolation
10 terms
English 10 Word Study List 4
ACRO
ANTE
AL
AUD, AUS
high
before
relating to
hear, listen
ACRO
high
ANTE
before
16 terms
English 10 Word Study List 5
ANTI, ANT
ALGIA
BIBL
BIO
against
pain
book
life
ANTI, ANT
against
ALGIA
pain
11 terms
English 10 Word Study List 6
AN, IAN
BENE, BON
CAP, CIP, CEPT
CAPIT, CAPT
native of, relating to
well
take
head
AN, IAN
native of, relating to
BENE, BON
well
16 terms
English 10 Word Study List 8
ANT
BE
BY
CENTRI
performing, agent
on, away
side, close, near
center
ANT
performing, agent
BE
on, away
13 terms
English 10 Word Study List 14
ENDO
EQUI
ERG
FAC, FACT, FIC, FECT
within
equal
work
do, make
ENDO
within
EQUI
equal
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