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English 1 Honors Vocab
asperity (n)
bane (n)
doleful (adj)
extrovert (n)
harshness of manner; unevenness
a person or things that causes harm; causing destruction or r…
full of sorrow; sad
social/ confident
asperity (n)
harshness of manner; unevenness
bane (n)
a person or things that causes harm; causing destruction or r…
15 terms
English 1 honors #5
heterogeneous
indelible
inequity
intercede
adjective/ varied mixed consisting or different kinds and types
adjective/unable to earse permanent
noun/unfairness injustice
verb/ to act or make a request on behalf of another person, i…
heterogeneous
adjective/ varied mixed consisting or different kinds and types
indelible
adjective/unable to earse permanent
21 terms
Honors English 1, Week 1
ostentatious
contentious
pessimism
cursory
showing off
quarrelsome
gloominess
hasty
ostentatious
showing off
contentious
quarrelsome
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Honors English 1: Cumulative Vocab Test
Adherent
Debris
Expound
Gesture
someone who believes; one who is especially devoted
the remains of something that has been destroyed
to elaborate; to expand or increase
show, express, or direct through movement
Adherent
someone who believes; one who is especially devoted
Debris
the remains of something that has been destroyed
10 terms
English 1 Honors- vocab1
Allusion (n)
Hubris (n)
Narcissistic (adj)
Din (n)
a reference to are, literature, famous place, famous person,…
excessive pride or self-confidence
having an undue fascination with oneself; vain
a loud, confused noise; a continued loud or tumultuous sound;…
Allusion (n)
a reference to are, literature, famous place, famous person,…
Hubris (n)
excessive pride or self-confidence
40 terms
Vocab Words- English 1 Honors
Adulterate
Ambidextrious
Augment
Bereft
(V.) To Corrupt
(Adj.) To use both hands well
(V.) To make larger
(Adj. , part) Deprived of; made unhappy though a loss
Adulterate
(V.) To Corrupt
Ambidextrious
(Adj.) To use both hands well
20 terms
English 1 Honors Vocab #2
aback
ascertain
brusque
comprise
adv. unaware
v. to find out
adj. abrupt in manner; blunt; rough
v. to include or contain; to be made up of
aback
adv. unaware
ascertain
v. to find out
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English Honors 1 - Vocab - Midterms
astronomers
desolating
stellar
luminous
noun- scientists who study the stars and planets
verb- used as / Adjective- producing a feeling of loneliness…
Adjective- of or like a star
adjective- shining or bright
astronomers
noun- scientists who study the stars and planets
desolating
verb- used as / Adjective- producing a feeling of loneliness…
10 terms
Knight English I Honors LIST 1
abate
aberration
abet
abeyance
to make or become less
deviation from normal
to aid or help in crime
suspension in activity, hiatus
abate
to make or become less
aberration
deviation from normal
10 terms
English 1 Honors Vocab
Inadvertent
Facilitate
Guile
Heed
Without Intention
To make easier
Cunning Intelligence
Paying notice to
Inadvertent
Without Intention
Facilitate
To make easier
20 terms
English IV Honors Voc.1
1. Paradigm (N)
2. Vehement (Adj)
3. Epiphany (N)
4. Bellicose (BELL us kos) (Adj)
Example or pattern; a model
Showing strong feeling; passionate
Sudden realization
Demonstrating aggression or willingness to fight
1. Paradigm (N)
Example or pattern; a model
2. Vehement (Adj)
Showing strong feeling; passionate
10 terms
Knight English 1 Honors Review LIST 2
affable
aggravate
agnostic
alacrity
friendly
to irritate, annoy, vex
a doubter of the existence of God
eagerness; willingness
affable
friendly
aggravate
to irritate, annoy, vex
10 terms
Vocab 1 Honors English III
alleged
badinage
cacophonous
complaisant
adj. assert or declare without proof
n. banter, back and forth joking
adj. harsh sounding, discordant
adj. disposed to please, obliging
alleged
adj. assert or declare without proof
badinage
n. banter, back and forth joking
10 terms
Unit 1 English Honors
Adjunct
Admonish
Advocate
Affiliate
A subordinate: an assistant
To warn: to caution
To recommend: a person who supports
A partner or associate: to have S connection to
Adjunct
A subordinate: an assistant
Admonish
To warn: to caution
English II Honors: List #1
divulge
abet
ardor
dogmatic
(v) to tell; to reveal (a secret)
(v) to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
(n) an intense feeling of devotion or eagerness
(adj) arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
divulge
(v) to tell; to reveal (a secret)
abet
(v) to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
Honors English 1 vocal
anecdote
autonomous
bias
coherent
(noun)- a short and amusing or interesting story about a real…
(adjective)- acting independently or having the freedom to do…
(noun)- showing prejudice or favoritism toward someone or som…
(adj)- forming a whole; complete
anecdote
(noun)- a short and amusing or interesting story about a real…
autonomous
(adjective)- acting independently or having the freedom to do…
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Honors English II- List 1
Temper
Lethargic
Bellicose
Candor
To moderate, to soften
Tired, weak
War-like, aggressive
Honesty of expression
Temper
To moderate, to soften
Lethargic
Tired, weak
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Vocab English 1 Honors
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
replete
Adjective... desiring or consuming great quantities; exceedingly…
Adjective... choosing at random without careful selection; lacki…
Adjective... of high reputation, outstanding; conspicuous; notew…
Adjective... soaked, saturated, completely filled or supplied
voracious
Adjective... desiring or consuming great quantities; exceedingly…
indiscriminate
Adjective... choosing at random without careful selection; lacki…
40 terms
Honors English II- List 1
Temper
Lethargic
Bellicose
Candor
To moderate, to soften
Tired, weak
War-like, aggressive
Honesty of expression
Temper
To moderate, to soften
Lethargic
Tired, weak
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English 1 Honors Literary Devices
Theme
Symbolism
Dramatic Irony
Archetype
Definition: a common thread or repeated idea that is incorpor…
Definition: an object, character, figure, or color that is us…
Definition: Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situati…
Definition: a constantly recurring symbol or motif in literat…
Theme
Definition: a common thread or repeated idea that is incorpor…
Symbolism
Definition: an object, character, figure, or color that is us…
15 terms
Ch. 1 Honors English Vocabulary
to commit sacrilege upon
to rob of goods
coarse, unfeeling, stupid
performing acts of kindness
desecrate
pillage
crass
beneficient
to commit sacrilege upon
desecrate
to rob of goods
pillage
20 terms
English II Honors Set 1.1
expouse
ethereal
euphemism
evanescent
to support; to advocate
heavenly; as light and insubstantial as a gas or ether
a pleasant or inoffensive expression used in place of an unpl…
fleeting; vanishing; happening for only the briefest time
expouse
to support; to advocate
ethereal
heavenly; as light and insubstantial as a gas or ether
10 terms
English Honors Vocab 1
assauged
apothecary
piety
taciturn
(verb) To make an unpleasant felling less intense
(noun) A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs
(noun) The quality of being religious or reverent
(adj) Reserved or uncommunicative in speech, saying little
assauged
(verb) To make an unpleasant felling less intense
apothecary
(noun) A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs
250 terms
English 1 honors vocab
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
against
two
around
ante
before
anti
against
10 terms
honors english 1
baffle
despise
ebullient
exaggerate
bewilder; perplex
look down on with contempt or disgust
overflowing with enthusiasm
enlarge a fact or statement beyond what is true
baffle
bewilder; perplex
despise
look down on with contempt or disgust
20 terms
JHS English 9 Honors (1)
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make worse by addition of something of lower value
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful
to make larger; increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt, make worse by addition of something of lower value
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful
20 terms
English 1 Honors
Bio
Capt, capit
Carn
Civ
Life
Head
Flesh
Citizen
Bio
Life
Capt, capit
Head
12 terms
Vocabulary #1 English Honors
Tangible
Quarry
Disarming
Cultivated
Capable pf being touched
The object of a hunt
Inspiring confidence
Cultured in manner
Tangible
Capable pf being touched
Quarry
The object of a hunt
15 terms
Rhetorical Techniques- English 1 Honors
allusion
analogy
anecdote
ethos
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
a brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
the persuasive appeal of one's character, or credibility (usu…
allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
analogy
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
15 terms
English Honors 1 Vocab
anecdote
autonomous
bias
coherent
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
acting independently (adjective)
prejudice, for or against one thing (noun)
forming a whole (adjective)
anecdote
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
autonomous
acting independently (adjective)
14 terms
Honors English 11: Vocabulary List #1
Discomfit
Edification
Malfeasance
Feasible
to embarrass and confuse
improvement or enlightenment
misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
capable of being accomplished
Discomfit
to embarrass and confuse
Edification
improvement or enlightenment
10 terms
Honors English Vocab 1
Achilles' Heel
Stentorian
Mnemonic
Fathom
Weak Point noun
Very loud adj.
Assisting memory adj.
Understand verb
Achilles' Heel
Weak Point noun
Stentorian
Very loud adj.
english 1 honors vocab
cumbersome
domicile
forebode
immense
large or heavy and therefore difficult to use
the country that a person treats as their permanent home
have persentiment of something bad; warning
extremely large or great, especially in scale or grade
cumbersome
large or heavy and therefore difficult to use
domicile
the country that a person treats as their permanent home
10 terms
English 1 Honors Vocabulary_3
Ambiguous
Dissident
Embellish
Fritter
Unclear
A rebel
To hide
To waste
Ambiguous
Unclear
Dissident
A rebel
15 terms
Rhetorical Techniques- English 1 Honors
allusion
analogy
anecdote
ethos
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
a brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
the persuasive appeal of one's character, or credibility (usu…
allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
analogy
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
10 terms
English 1 Honors Literary Devices
Denotation
Connotation
Formal Language
Informal Language
Dictionary definition ("spider"), stays the same, everyone ag…
Associated or secondary meaning, Personal definition, emotion…
"Proper" language used when conversational language is unsuit…
Casual, conversational language, including slang and colloqui…
Denotation
Dictionary definition ("spider"), stays the same, everyone ag…
Connotation
Associated or secondary meaning, Personal definition, emotion…
15 terms
Honors English II - Vocabulary #1
Ostentatious (adj)
Contentious (adj)
Reprove (v)
Cursory (adj)
pretentious, showy
quarrelsome
to scold, find fault with
hastily done
Ostentatious (adj)
pretentious, showy
Contentious (adj)
quarrelsome
19 terms
English 1 Honors vocab
Adieu
advent
Apex
Assimilate
fairwell : synonyms (so long and good bye)
An arrival : synonyms (approach)
The highest point , tip : Synonyms (peak summits)
To absorb full : Synonyms (digest, blend in)
Adieu
fairwell : synonyms (so long and good bye)
advent
An arrival : synonyms (approach)
32 terms
Vocabulary For English 1 Honors
Point Of View
Theme
Character
Symbol
...
...
...
...
Point Of View
...
Theme
...
15 terms
English 2 honors 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement adj.
dishonorable; shameful adj.
a rude or impolite person n.
a shield; protection n.
factious
causing disagreement adj.
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful adj.
16 terms
English 1 honors vocab
Monologue
Dialogue
Couplet
Tragic hero
A speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of a the…
Conversation between two or more people as a feature of a boo…
Two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by r…
A literary character who makes judgment error that inevitably…
Monologue
A speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of a the…
Dialogue
Conversation between two or more people as a feature of a boo…
35 terms
Vocabulary 1 English Honors
trans
port
aud
vis
across or through
to carry
to hear
to see
trans
across or through
port
to carry
17 terms
Honors English I-vocab 1
abashed
abate
abhor
abject
adj-embarrassed
vi-to become less
vt-find repugnant
adj-without hope, miserable
abashed
adj-embarrassed
abate
vi-to become less
162 terms
English 1 Honors Vocab
capacious
specter
contentious
forlorn
adj., spacious, roomy
n., phantom, apparition
adj., quarrelsome
adj., desolate, dreary
capacious
adj., spacious, roomy
specter
n., phantom, apparition
10 terms
English 1 Honors Vocabulary_2
Collaborate
Despondent
Instegate
Resilient
to team up
depressed
to cause
quick to recover
Collaborate
to team up
Despondent
depressed
15 terms
Honors English Vocabulary 1
Argarian
Archetype
Ameliorate
Colloquial
Definition: Relating to a social system upon which agricultur…
Definition: A typical example of a certain person or thing; a…
Definition: To make better or more tolerable; to improve.... Par…
Definition: Conversational; used in informal speech or writin…
Argarian
Definition: Relating to a social system upon which agricultur…
Archetype
Definition: A typical example of a certain person or thing; a…
15 terms
English 1 honors
Anaphora
Diction
Flashback
Foreshadowing
The repetition of the same word or group of words at the begi…
The writer's choice of words, a stylistic element that helps…
An interruption in the sequence of events to relate events th…
The use of hints or clues in a narrative to suggest future ac…
Anaphora
The repetition of the same word or group of words at the begi…
Diction
The writer's choice of words, a stylistic element that helps…
10 terms
English 1 Honors Vocabulary_4
Berate
Estrange
Euphoric
Impetuous
To scold angrily
To drive away
Very Happy
Impulsive
Berate
To scold angrily
Estrange
To drive away
140 terms
English 1 Honors Exam
Alacrity
Aphorism
Carnage
Ensue
Liveliness; willingness; eagerness
A concise statement of a truth or principle
Bloody and extensive slaughter
To follow as a result
Alacrity
Liveliness; willingness; eagerness
Aphorism
A concise statement of a truth or principle
30 terms
English 1 Honors Roots
Acer, acr
Acrid
Acerbic
Acrimonious
Bitter, sour
Bitter smell
Sharp Taste or of temper
Bitter or harsh in manner
Acer, acr
Bitter, sour
Acrid
Bitter smell
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