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honors english 1 vocabulary
cumbersome
efface
muddle
relinquish
clumsy, hard to handle; slow moving
to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed
to make a mess of; a hopeless mess
to let go, give up
cumbersome
clumsy, hard to handle; slow moving
efface
to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed
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English II Honors Unit 1 Vocabulary
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Rising Action
Climax
An introduction to the setting, characters, and basic situati…
Introduces the central conflict
All the events leading up to the climax
The highest point of interest
Exposition
An introduction to the setting, characters, and basic situati…
Inciting Incident
Introduces the central conflict
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English honors vocab 1
Sycophant
Pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
intending to cause harm
appearing evrywhere
a statement that does not logically follow a conversations flow
Sycophant
someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Pernicious
intending to cause harm
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English Honors 1
Discreet
Envious
Alliance
Validity
careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
feeling or showing envy
a union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially…
the quality of being logically or factually sound; soundness…
Discreet
careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
Envious
feeling or showing envy
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english honors 1
adMONish (v)
BREACH (n,v)
BRIGand (n)
CIRcumspect (adj)
To caution/advise something; to mildly scold.... accidentally l…
(n) an opening or rapture; a violation (v) To create an openi…
A bandit, outlaw, robber
Careful and cautious
adMONish (v)
To caution/advise something; to mildly scold.... accidentally l…
BREACH (n,v)
(n) an opening or rapture; a violation (v) To create an openi…
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ENGLISH 1 HONORS UNIT1A
reprieve
emaciated
execute
cruible
the cancellation or postponment of punishment synonyms: pardo…
made extremely thin and weak synonyms:bony, skelatal
to carry out, or accomplish synonyms: achieve, complete
a vessel used for melting materials at high temperatures
reprieve
the cancellation or postponment of punishment synonyms: pardo…
emaciated
made extremely thin and weak synonyms:bony, skelatal
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English 1 Honors Unit 1A
Reprieve
Emaciated
Execute
Decisive
Def: (noun.) The cancellation or postponement of punishment.…
Def: (Adj.) Made extremely thin and weak. ... Sentence: "A poor…
Def: (verb.) To carry out , or accomplish ... Sentence: "It gave…
Def: (Adj.) Final or concluding... Sentence: "Today, they will d…
Reprieve
Def: (noun.) The cancellation or postponement of punishment.…
Emaciated
Def: (Adj.) Made extremely thin and weak. ... Sentence: "A poor…
Honors English 1-2 Vocabulary
Fastidious
Zealous
Enigmatic
Formidable
adj. -Hard to please
adj. -Very eager; enthusiastic
adj. -Puzzling; mysterious
adj. -Hard to handle or overcome; awe-inspiring in size or ex…
Fastidious
adj. -Hard to please
Zealous
adj. -Very eager; enthusiastic
English 1 Honors - V. #18
Quintessential
Conjecture
Foray
Zaftig
Being the most typical model of something, ideal
Inference or judgment based on inconclusive or incomplete evi…
Venture or an initial attempt, especially outside one's usual…
Having a pleasantly plump, shapely figure
Quintessential
Being the most typical model of something, ideal
Conjecture
Inference or judgment based on inconclusive or incomplete evi…
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Honors English Vocabulary #1
mellifluous (adj.)
absolve (v)
peturb (v)
transcend (v)
sweetly flowing
to forgive or free from blame
to disturb greatly
to go beyond or above; surpass
mellifluous (adj.)
sweetly flowing
absolve (v)
to forgive or free from blame
English 3 Honors - Unit 1
analyze
connotative
denotative
figurative
examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing whic…
the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the…
departing from a literal use of words; metaphorical.
analyze
examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
connotative
a meaning that is implied by a word apart from the thing whic…
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English 1 honors
avarice
collusion
inculcate
limpid
greed for riches
a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherous…
to teach persistently and earnestly
clear, fluorescent, able to be seen through
avarice
greed for riches
collusion
a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherous…
English 1 Honors Vocabulary
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
to corrupt;make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
to be able to use both hands equally well
to make larger
deprived of-made unhappy through a loss
Adulterate
to corrupt;make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
Ambidextrous
to be able to use both hands equally well
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vocab for english 1 honors
Irony
Allusion
Achilles heel
Stentorian
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a weakness or vulnerable point.
(of a person's voice) loud and powerful.
Irony
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
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Honors English 10 Vocab List #1
Amiable
Amused
Benevolent
Compassionate
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
Pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted
Well meaning and kindly
Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others.
Amiable
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
Amused
Pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted
English Honors 1 Exam
stanza
couplet
quatrain
refrain
a group of related lines containing the same meter and rhyme…
a set of two rhyming lines
a four lined stanza
a phrase or sentence which is repeated at intervals, usually…
stanza
a group of related lines containing the same meter and rhyme…
couplet
a set of two rhyming lines
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…
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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
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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 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
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Honors English 1, Week 1
ostentatious
contentious
pessimism
cursory
showing off
quarrelsome
gloominess
hasty
ostentatious
showing off
contentious
quarrelsome
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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
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
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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
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
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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…
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 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
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Honors English 1 Vocab Final
abduct
aberration
abhor
amenable
kidnap, seize
abnormality
hate, despise
agreeable, accountable
abduct
kidnap, seize
aberration
abnormality
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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…
English honors 1
Post
Pre
Semi
Sub
After
Before
Half
Under
Post
After
Pre
Before
English honors 1
De
Dis
Equi
Extra
Down
Away
Equal
Beyond
De
Down
Dis
Away
English honors 3 1
homo
spec
duct
fer
same
look
lead
carry
homo
same
spec
look
English Honors 2 1
archy
ard
cide
ician
government
always
kill
specialist
archy
government
ard
always
English 1 honors
Distend(verb)
Intention (noun)
Audacious(adj)
Intrusion (noun)
To bulge or expand
Purpose or plan
Bold rebellious
Act of trespass or invasion
Distend(verb)
To bulge or expand
Intention (noun)
Purpose or plan
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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
English 1 honors vocab
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
against
two
around
ante
before
anti
against
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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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
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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
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
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English 1 Honors Vocabulary_1
Detriment
Dexterous
Discretion
Facetious
a disadvantage
skilled
good sense
funny
Detriment
a disadvantage
Dexterous
skilled
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)
Vocabulary For English 1 Honors
Point Of View
Theme
Character
Symbol
...
...
...
...
Point Of View
...
Theme
...
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English 1 Honors Vocabulary_3
Ambiguous
Dissident
Embellish
Fritter
Unclear
A rebel
To hide
To waste
Ambiguous
Unclear
Dissident
A rebel
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Vocab 1 (Honors English)
proclivity
transcend
callow
approbation
inclination (pro=for)
go beyond
inexperienced/immature
approval/praise (prob=prove)
proclivity
inclination (pro=for)
transcend
go beyond
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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
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.
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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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