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vocab 11/15
palpalde
amend
indolently
naive
believable
fix
calmly
innocent
palpalde
believable
amend
fix
voacb 10/21/16
impalpable
offhand
differentiate
amazon
adjective, intangible
adjective, casual
verb, distinguish
adjective, tall woman
impalpable
adjective, intangible
offhand
adjective, casual
Daily routine
as a matter of fact
to set the alarm clock
to regain one's senses
wide awake
valójában
beállítja az ébresztőórát
visszanyeri az éberségét
teljesen ébren van
as a matter of fact
valójában
to set the alarm clock
beállítja az ébresztőórát
12 terms
latin and greek roots lesson 5
legacy
allegation
delegate
agenda
body of ideas, achievements, and morals
claim of wrongdoing; charge
to divide up, especially responsiblitites
plan of action; purpose
legacy
body of ideas, achievements, and morals
allegation
claim of wrongdoing; charge
10 terms
English
receding
disarming
prolonged
imprudent
used as adj; becoming more distant.
adj; removing or lessening suspicions or fears
used as adj; extened
adj unwise
receding
used as adj; becoming more distant.
disarming
adj; removing or lessening suspicions or fears
H English 9 vocab #1
Palpable
Idolently
Bizarre
Cosmopolite
able to be touched or felt
Lazily ; idly
Odd in appearance
Person at home in all parts of the world
Palpable
able to be touched or felt
Idolently
Lazily ; idly
Lesson 14
Paleontology
Panache
Paradigm
Parody
A scuence dealing with prehistoric life through study of foss…
Self-confidence; a showy manner
A model; an example
A work witch imitates another in a ridiculous manner
Paleontology
A scuence dealing with prehistoric life through study of foss…
Panache
Self-confidence; a showy manner
sat vocab 6
daunting
dearth
debacle
debase
intimidating, difficult to deal with
a scarcity or lack of something
a sudden and ignominious failure
reduce (something) in quality
daunting
intimidating, difficult to deal with
dearth
a scarcity or lack of something
21 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Adversary
shrift
oxymoron
soft
enemy
confession
use of words together that are opposite in meaning
wait
Adversary
enemy
shrift
confession
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 3
adversary... ( opposite of your adversary)
alienate... (you seperate aliens from hum…
artifice... (ART is a skill)
coerce... (co - compel)
an enemy, opponent... Synonyms: antagonist, rival, foe... Antonyms:…
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
a skill or ingenious device; a clever trick, a clever skill;…
to compel, force... Synonyms: pressure, bully, intimidate, const…
adversary... ( opposite of your adversary)
an enemy, opponent... Synonyms: antagonist, rival, foe... Antonyms:…
alienate... (you seperate aliens from hum…
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
sat 5 vocab
blemish
blight
blandish
boisterous
small mark or flaw that messes with appearance
disease, infection
coax with words
noisy, energetic, cheerful
blemish
small mark or flaw that messes with appearance
blight
disease, infection
top 90
1607
1620
July 4 1776
1787
jamestown the first permanent engilsh settlement was founded
mayflower compact was signed by the pilgrims promising to con…
declaration of independence was signed
constitution of the united states was written ... When was the c…
1607
jamestown the first permanent engilsh settlement was founded
1620
mayflower compact was signed by the pilgrims promising to con…
Vocab lesson 4
Celibate
Censure
Cessation
Chaff
Unmarried
Criticize sharply
Stopping discontinue
Worthless matter
Celibate
Unmarried
Censure
Criticize sharply
13 terms
Animal Farm and Russian revolution
Mr. Jones
Old Major
Animalism
Snowball
Czar Nicholas II
Karl Marx
communism
Leon Trotsky
Mr. Jones
Czar Nicholas II
Old Major
Karl Marx
19 terms
Eng-2
Rival
Competitor
Relevant
Literally
Конкурент
Конкурент (2)
Соответствующий
Буквально
Rival
Конкурент
Competitor
Конкурент (2)
568 terms
English Top 1000 words - nouns
child
clash
opinion
religion
a baby; a boy or girl
a battle; v. to fight or oppose
a belief based on one's own ideas and thinking
a belief in, or the honoring of, a god or gods
child
a baby; a boy or girl
clash
a battle; v. to fight or oppose
16 terms
Mythology- Roman Names
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Hera
Jupiter
Neptune
Pluto
Juno
Zeus
Jupiter
Poseidon
Neptune
16 terms
English Greek/Roman Gods
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Hestia
Jupitor
Neptune
Pluto
Vesta
Zeus
Jupitor
Poseidon
Neptune
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the ACT book 3 Lesson 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable; shameful
rude or impolite person
a shield; protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful
12 terms
Chapter 13-16
formidable
obliquely
brethren
tentative
hard to overcome
indirect
family
hesitating
formidable
hard to overcome
obliquely
indirect
10 terms
New live 2 - colours
a colour
black
blue
red
une couleur
noir
bleu
rouge
a colour
une couleur
black
noir
10 terms
Chapter 9-12
ingenuous
innate
inevitable
vehemently
simple, innocent, naive
natural
unavoidable
passionately, forcefully
ingenuous
simple, innocent, naive
innate
natural
5 terms
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ihuhj
engilsh
ghghghgh
hn t g
bbhnh
hhjj
hhn
jnju
ihuhj
bbhnh
engilsh
hhjj
Unit 3 Vocab
communicate
contribute
media
produce
share ideas, thoughts, or feeling , make known to others
add to, enrich
sources of information such as newspaper, television and the…
to make or create
communicate
share ideas, thoughts, or feeling , make known to others
contribute
add to, enrich
Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
(noun) one who does good to others... Without the help of many…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... In to…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
7 terms
Dem- people
demagogue
demagoguery
democracy
demographic
originally, a leader of the common people; now a leader who s…
the methods or practices of a demagogue
people rule government by representatives elected by the people
writing about people pertaining to the study of human populat…
demagogue
originally, a leader of the common people; now a leader who s…
demagoguery
the methods or practices of a demagogue
el7
reprehensible
rendezvous
implore
clad
Deserving blame or punishment
(v.) to meet in accordance with a plan; (n.) a meeting by agr…
beg someone earnestly or desperately to do something
streangle dressed
reprehensible
Deserving blame or punishment
rendezvous
(v.) to meet in accordance with a plan; (n.) a meeting by agr…
14 terms
english-burgle
precautions
to burgle
intruder
obviously
óvintézkedések
betör
betolakodó
nyilvánvalóan
precautions
óvintézkedések
to burgle
betör
Vocab lesson 2
Antipathy
Antithesis
Badinage
Banal
Intense dislike
And exact opposite; opposite extreme
Playful, teasing
Common,ordinary
Antipathy
Intense dislike
Antithesis
And exact opposite; opposite extreme
10 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 10
reputation
compute
confident
confidante
an idea held by the public about something
to figure out an amount or number
sure; certain
someone to whom one tells a secret
reputation
an idea held by the public about something
compute
to figure out an amount or number
Vocab lesson 5
Deride
Desiccated
Despicable
Desultory
To mock; ridicule
Dried up
Contemptible, hateful
Wandering from subject to subject
Deride
To mock; ridicule
Desiccated
Dried up
5 terms
5 Types Of Conflicts
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Self
Man vs. Unknown
Man vs. Nature
A situation in which two characters have opposing desires or…
This conflict develops from a protagonist's inner struggles,…
Conflict includes a ghost.
In this type of conflict, a character is tormented by natural…
Man vs. Man
A situation in which two characters have opposing desires or…
Man vs. Self
This conflict develops from a protagonist's inner struggles,…
english
culvert
domain
convivial
deft
artificial channel for water; drain crossing under a road
A territory or range of rule or control
festive, sociable, having fun together, genial
(adj.) skillful, nimble
culvert
artificial channel for water; drain crossing under a road
domain
A territory or range of rule or control
11 terms
AUTO- self
autocracy
autocrat
autocratic
automatic
government by a single person
an absolute ruler a domineering selfwilled person
ruling by oneslelf domineering
operating by itself
autocracy
government by a single person
autocrat
an absolute ruler a domineering selfwilled person
Lesson 7
Factious
Fastidious
Fecend
Ferret
Causing disagreement
Hard to please
Fertile, prodcutive
Small animal ... To search to drive out
Factious
Causing disagreement
Fastidious
Hard to please
5 terms
Plot Diaragram
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or the…
A series of events build toward the point of greatest interest.
The most intense, exciting, or important point of something.
Is defined as the parts of a story after the climax and befor…
Exposition
A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or the…
Rising Action
A series of events build toward the point of greatest interest.
34 terms
Literary Genres
GENRE
FICTION
PLOT
CONFLICT
Form of literature
Stories about made up events and characters
The series of events in a story, usually centered on a confli…
Struggle between opposing forces
GENRE
Form of literature
FICTION
Stories about made up events and characters
18 terms
Vocab 1
humane
humane
mortal
mortal
possessing the best qualities of human beings
kind, sympathetic
certain to die eventually
very intense
humane
possessing the best qualities of human beings
humane
kind, sympathetic
Vocab squares
Toxins
Sanctuary
Apoplectic
Auricle
A poisonous substance that is a specific product of the metab…
A place of refuge and protection
Greatly excited or angered
An atrium of the heart
Toxins
A poisonous substance that is a specific product of the metab…
Sanctuary
A place of refuge and protection
unit 2
sequence
component
structure
fundamental
a connected series in particular order.
an essential part or ingredient of something
a creation from an arrangement or organization of parts.
an ideas or parts serves as the basic element or foundation o…
sequence
a connected series in particular order.
component
an essential part or ingredient of something
December vocab
Debonair
Imperious
Motley
Covert
Charming, stylish, confident
A superior rank (king) benefitting
Having diversity, great variety, many colors
Sly, secret
Debonair
Charming, stylish, confident
Imperious
A superior rank (king) benefitting
17 terms
school subjects
qué estudias
no estudias
estudia
el dibujo
what do you study
he/she doesnt study
he/she studies
art
qué estudias
what do you study
no estudias
he/she doesnt study
Frankenstein vocab
fervent
perpetual
phenomena
requisite
displaying a passionate intensity
never ending or changing
a fact or situation that is ... observed to exist or happen
made necessary by particular ... circumstances or regulations
fervent
displaying a passionate intensity
perpetual
never ending or changing
Frankenstein 2
prognosticate
tedious
venerable
alleviate
foretell or prophesy
too long, slow, dull
great deal of respect because age, wisdom
make less severe
prognosticate
foretell or prophesy
tedious
too long, slow, dull
12 terms
English 9--List 2
amenity
condone
cultivated
disarming
something that adds to one's comfort or convenience
to forgive or overlook
refined or cultured in manner
removing or overcoming suspicion; inspiring confidence
amenity
something that adds to one's comfort or convenience
condone
to forgive or overlook
H English vocab. #2
Be avenged
Precluded
Retribution
Accosted
Have talen revenge for a wrong that was commited
Prevented; made impossible in advance
Payback; punishment for a misdeed or reward for a good day
Greeted, especially in a coward or aggressive way
Be avenged
Have talen revenge for a wrong that was commited
Precluded
Prevented; made impossible in advance
4A By: Daniel Mills
Catapult(n): Three weeks ago Mrs.motte…
Glutton(n): My step-dad sometimes is g…
Muster(v): My pastor tells us to muste…
Beget(v): The giant woman beget 8 chil…
A slingshot, to slingshot
One who eats or consumes a great deal; having the capacity to…
To collect or gather; the act of inspection or citical examin…
To give birth to; to creat
Catapult(n): Three weeks ago Mrs.motte…
A slingshot, to slingshot
Glutton(n): My step-dad sometimes is g…
One who eats or consumes a great deal; having the capacity to…
10 terms
Roots/Affixes Part 9
Ize
Jud, judi, judic
Junct, join
Jus, jur
Make
Judge; lawyer
Join
Law
Ize
Make
Jud, judi, judic
Judge; lawyer
31 terms
English vocab words for semester exam
evolve (u 1)
servile (u 1)
wrangle (u 1)
hover (u 1)
(v.) to develop gradually; to rise to a higher level
(adj.) of or relating to a slave; behaving like or suitable f…
(v.) to quarrel or argue in a noisy, angry way; to obtain by…
(v.) to float or hang suspended over; to move back and forth…
evolve (u 1)
(v.) to develop gradually; to rise to a higher level
servile (u 1)
(adj.) of or relating to a slave; behaving like or suitable f…
25 terms
சொற்பொருள்
தமிழ்
அறை
அரை
மறி
Engilsh
Room
1/2
தடுத்து
தமிழ்
Engilsh
அறை
Room
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