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110 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2
abet
accolade
acrimony
adventitious
(v) to actively second and encourage; to assist or support in…
(n) expression of approval or praise
(n) bitterness or ill feeling
(adj) happening according to chance rather than purposefully
abet
(v) to actively second and encourage; to assist or support in…
accolade
(n) expression of approval or praise
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English Honors 10 Semester 2 Final
allegory
anaphora
catalyst
catharsis
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence i…
an event or character that causes an important change in the…
the power of tragedy to purge the emotions of pity and fear t…
allegory
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
anaphora
the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence i…
139 terms
English 10 Honors Semester 2 Final
Construe
Encompass
Entreat
Fawn
(verb) To explain, give the meaning, or interpret
(verb) To form a circle around; to include
(verb) To beg, plead or implore
(verb) To flatter or show affection
Construe
(verb) To explain, give the meaning, or interpret
Encompass
(verb) To form a circle around; to include
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English 10 Honors Semester 2 Final Exam Vocabulary
affect
effect
avarice
benevolent
to influence
a result
greed
kindly; charitable
affect
to influence
effect
a result
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Semester 2 English 10 Honors Vocab
marshal
antiquated
trite
vacillate
to gather
outdated, old-fashioned
not interesting or effective because of being used too often:…
to waver; to hesitate
marshal
to gather
antiquated
outdated, old-fashioned
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final Vocabulary
chron
post
poly
er, or, ist
time
after
many
person who does something
chron
time
post
after
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Semester 2 English 10 Honors Vocab 10
Daunt
Antiquated
Buttress
Grudging
To intimidate; frighten.
Old-fashioned; obsolete.
To support; prop up.
Unwilling; reluctant; stingy.
Daunt
To intimidate; frighten.
Antiquated
Old-fashioned; obsolete.
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Honors English 10 Vocab (Semester 2)
phobia
xenophobia
phil (philo)
philanthropy
fear; dread; aversion
aversion to foreigners
loving; fond of
love of humanity: person active in promoting human welfare
phobia
fear; dread; aversion
xenophobia
aversion to foreigners
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Honors English 10: Semester 2 Final
Allusion
Metaphor
Simile
Verbal Irony
Makes a reference to people, places, events, literary works,…
Contrasting two seemingly unalike things to enhance the meani…
Contrasting two seemingly unlike things to enhance the meanin…
A type of dialogue in which what is being said has a hidden o…
Allusion
Makes a reference to people, places, events, literary works,…
Metaphor
Contrasting two seemingly unalike things to enhance the meani…
125 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final
ante-
counter-
dys-
hyper-
before
against
not normal
extra, beyond
ante-
before
counter-
against
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English 9 Honors - Semester 2
ecclesiastical
qualms
analogous
accosted
adj.... having to do with the church
n.... Feelings of doubt; misgivings
adj.... similar or alike in some way; equivalent to
(verb) to confront boldly
ecclesiastical
adj.... having to do with the church
qualms
n.... Feelings of doubt; misgivings
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English 10 Honors Semester 2 Final
theme
connotation
denotation
tone
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the…
the general character or attitude of a place, piece of writin…
theme
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
connotation
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
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Honors English 10 Vocabulary Semester 2 Exam
Abhor
Acclimate
Acquiesce
Acrid
(V) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply ... SYN: d…
(V) to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation... SYN:…
(V) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... SYN: comply…
(Adj) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper... SYN:…
Abhor
(V) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply ... SYN: d…
Acclimate
(V) to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation... SYN:…
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final
sub
pro
uni
inter
under
for, in favor of
one
between
sub
under
pro
for, in favor of
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Exam Review
Chaos
Discern
Inter
Somber
great confusion, disorder
to see clearly, recognize
to bury, commit to the earth; to consign to oblivion
dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
Chaos
great confusion, disorder
Discern
to see clearly, recognize
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final
Elements of Fiction
Protagonist
Antagonist
Exposition
Character, Setting, Plot, Theme
Main character in a story
A character or force in conflict with the main character
Background information on characters and events necessary for…
Elements of Fiction
Character, Setting, Plot, Theme
Protagonist
Main character in a story
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Grammar
Present tense
Past tense
Future tense
Present Perfect tense
Action happening in the present; action that happens repeated…
action completed in the past (i.e. won)
action that will happen in the future (i.e. will/shall win)
action completed recently or in the indefinite past (i.e. hav…
Present tense
Action happening in the present; action that happens repeated…
Past tense
action completed in the past (i.e. won)
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final Questions
In what year was Shakespeare born?
In what year did he die?
Why did Shakespeare take a break to wr…
Where was Shakespeare born?
1564
1616
A plague hit, causing all theaters in London to close.
Stratford upon Avon
In what year was Shakespeare born?
1564
In what year did he die?
1616
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English 10 Honors Semester 2 Final
Reliability
Validity
Plagiarism
Annotated Bibliography
A source has _______ if its information can be trusted and is…
A source that is truthful or accurate has ______.
______ is the act of using another person's words or ideas wi…
A list of sources used in research as well as comments about…
Reliability
A source has _______ if its information can be trusted and is…
Validity
A source that is truthful or accurate has ______.
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Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 2
Non
Over
Pre
Re
Not
Too much
Before
Again
Non
Not
Over
Too much
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Dawson Honors English 10 Semester 2
Antipathy
Cryptic
Tacit
Tenacious
(N) a dislike of someone or something
(Adj) having a hidden meaning; obscure; mysterious
(Adj) silent, unspoken (usually used to mean implied)
(Adj) holding fast or likely to hold fast; stubborn
Antipathy
(N) a dislike of someone or something
Cryptic
(Adj) having a hidden meaning; obscure; mysterious
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Honors English 10 Grammar Topics Semester 2
Gerund
Participle
Infinitive
Appositive
Verb that acts as a noun... (I love running.)
Verb that acts as an adjective (The running shower was steami…
"To" is in front of the verb. (I love to run.)
Renames a noun beside it (My brother, Ben, hates running.)
Gerund
Verb that acts as a noun... (I love running.)
Participle
Verb that acts as an adjective (The running shower was steami…
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Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab
anti
de
dis
en, em
against
from, down, away
apart, not, exclude
in, within
anti
against
de
from, down, away
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English 10 Honors Vocabulary (Semester 2)
dormio/dormitum (L)
hypnos (G)
annus (L)
lithos (G)
sleep
sleep
year
stone
dormio/dormitum (L)
sleep
hypnos (G)
sleep
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Honors English List 10: Semester 2
cliche
countenance
debacle
effrontery
an expression or idea that has become trite and overused
the expression of the face, especially of approval
a sudden great disaster
shameless; boldness transgressing the bounds of modesty
cliche
an expression or idea that has become trite and overused
countenance
the expression of the face, especially of approval
40 terms
Honors English 10 Vocab Semester 2
Blasphemy
Reprehensible
Obfuscate
Hedonism/hedonist
impious utterance or action concerning God or sacred things
deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy.
to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy.
the doctrine that pleasure or happiness is the highest good.
Blasphemy
impious utterance or action concerning God or sacred things
Reprehensible
deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy.
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Honors English 10 Semester 2 Review
Allegory
Chivalric Romance
Foil
Motif
An extended narrator in prose or verse in which characters, e…
An adventure tale that features extravagant characters, exoti…
Usually, a character who, by contrast, points up the qualitie…
In literature, a recurring image, word, phrase, action, idea,…
Allegory
An extended narrator in prose or verse in which characters, e…
Chivalric Romance
An adventure tale that features extravagant characters, exoti…
80 terms
Honors English 10 Vocab Semester 2
Aesthetic
Defunct
Discomfit
Espouse
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty; many…
No longer in existence or functioning, dead
To frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse perplex, or embar…
To take up and support; to become attached to, adopt, to marry
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty; many…
Defunct
No longer in existence or functioning, dead
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Honors English 10 Vocab (Semester 2)
phobia
xenophobia
phil (philo)
philanthropy
fear; dread; aversion
aversion to foreigners
loving; fond of
love of humanity: person active in promoting human welfare
phobia
fear; dread; aversion
xenophobia
aversion to foreigners
80 terms
English 10 Honors- Vocab: Semester 2
Aesthetic
Defunct
Discomfit
Espouse
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty. Adje…
No longer in existence or functioning, dead. Adjective. ... Syno…
To frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse, perplex, or emba…
To take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to marr…
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty. Adje…
Defunct
No longer in existence or functioning, dead. Adjective. ... Syno…
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Semester 2 Vocabulary 12 Honors English 10
Stolid
Feign
Acute
Despondent
Unemotional.
To pretend.
Quickly perceptive; keen; sharp in mind.
Depressed; gloomy.
Stolid
Unemotional.
Feign
To pretend.
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 9
Implausible
Inopportune
Ponderous
Aesthetic
Unlikely; unbelievable.
Untimely; poorly chosen.
Weighty; unwieldy.
Artistic; dealing with or capable of appreciation of the beau…
Implausible
Unlikely; unbelievable.
Inopportune
Untimely; poorly chosen.
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 11
Renegade
Slander
Somber
Strut
Deserter; traitor.
To defame; utter false and malicious statements.
Gloomy; depressing; dark; drab.
To walk pompously; to swagger.
Renegade
Deserter; traitor.
Slander
To defame; utter false and malicious statements.
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Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 4
Precocious
Satire
Commemorate
Confront
Advanced in development.
Literature which ridicules or mocks ideas, a person, events,…
To honor the memory of.
To face; challenge.
Precocious
Advanced in development.
Satire
Literature which ridicules or mocks ideas, a person, events,…
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Schenk Honors English 10 Semester 2 Vocab
Precedent
Errant
Antecedent
Aberrant
Something done or said that may be an example or rule to guid…
Wandering or moving about aimlessly, away from an accepted pa…
A preceding event, state, or cause
Straying or differing from the right, normal, or natural
Precedent
Something done or said that may be an example or rule to guid…
Errant
Wandering or moving about aimlessly, away from an accepted pa…
19 terms
English 10 honors semester 2 vocabulary 1
Nexus
Nouveau riche
Nihilism
Nuance
A means of connection; link; center of focus
People who are newly rich
Belief that life is meaningless
Subtle difference
Nexus
A means of connection; link; center of focus
Nouveau riche
People who are newly rich
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Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocabulary 6
Nonentity
Oblivion
Misogynist
Wry
Person of no importance; nonexistence.
Obscurity; forgetfulness.
A person who hates women.
Dryly humorous; temporarily twisted in an expression of dista…
Nonentity
Person of no importance; nonexistence.
Oblivion
Obscurity; forgetfulness.
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 5
Caesura
Assonance
Image
Tension
A pause within a line of poetry, which is used to produce var…
A type of internal rhyming in which vowel sounds are repeated…
A visual, auditory, or sensory impression that is conjured by…
A feeling of excitement and expectation the reader or audienc…
Caesura
A pause within a line of poetry, which is used to produce var…
Assonance
A type of internal rhyming in which vowel sounds are repeated…
71 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 Review
setting
plot
characterization
theme
location and time events in story take place
order of events that make up the story (in an specific arrang…
how author describes personality of a character (gives enough…
main message/lesson from writing piece
setting
location and time events in story take place
plot
order of events that make up the story (in an specific arrang…
60 terms
English Honors 10 Vocal Semester 2
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
associated, connected
to find out
an accomplishment, the act of achieving
to give or pass on as an inheritance
affiliated
associated, connected
ascertain
to find out
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 13
Catharsis
Chorus
Climax
Comic Relief
The purification of emotions by vicarious experience; an emot…
In ancient Greek drama, a group of actors who sang and danced…
A decisive moment in plot where the action changes or begins…
An amusing scene, incident, character, or speech introduced i…
Catharsis
The purification of emotions by vicarious experience; an emot…
Chorus
In ancient Greek drama, a group of actors who sang and danced…
90 terms
Vocabulary Semester 2 (English Honors 10)
Ostentatious
Stagnate
Nonchalant
Submissive
excessively showy; glitzy; pretentious; flashy
to become or remain inactive; not develop; not flow
having lack of concern; indifference; clam and unconcerned ab…
giving in or tending to give in to the demands or authority o…
Ostentatious
excessively showy; glitzy; pretentious; flashy
Stagnate
to become or remain inactive; not develop; not flow
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 3
Ballad
Enjambment
Theme
Anachronism
A narrative song or poem
The continuation of a sentence across a line break in poetry…
The central idea or meaning of a work, stated in a sentence w…
The misplacing of a person, object, or situation outside of i…
Ballad
A narrative song or poem
Enjambment
The continuation of a sentence across a line break in poetry…
30 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final
Venerate
Sadistic
Malapropism
Pragmatic
(Verb) regard with great respect: respect, honor, worship, re…
(Adjective) getting pleasure from hurting others:brutal, vici…
(Noun) ridiculous or humorous misuse of words: misusage, verb…
(Adjective) practical: realistic, sensible, workable, utilita…
Venerate
(Verb) regard with great respect: respect, honor, worship, re…
Sadistic
(Adjective) getting pleasure from hurting others:brutal, vici…
10 terms
Semester 2 Honors English 10 Vocab 13
Catharsis
Chorus
Climax
Comic Relief
The purification of emotions by vicarious experience; an emot…
In Ancient Greek drama, a group of actors who sang and danced…
A decisive moment in plot where the action changes or begins…
...
Catharsis
The purification of emotions by vicarious experience; an emot…
Chorus
In Ancient Greek drama, a group of actors who sang and danced…
15 terms
English Final: Honors 10, Semester 2
xenophile
obstinate
eradicate
revel
a person who loves anything foreign
stubborn
to remove or destroy utterly
to take great pleasure
xenophile
a person who loves anything foreign
obstinate
stubborn
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Honors English 10 semester 2 final
gerund phrase
infinitive phrase
participial phrase
appositive phrase
a verb form ending in -ing that acts like a noun
the simple form of a verb, usually preceded by "to", that can…
a verb form that is either present (-ing) or past (-d -ed etc…
a noun or pronoun that serves to identify or explain another…
gerund phrase
a verb form ending in -ing that acts like a noun
infinitive phrase
the simple form of a verb, usually preceded by "to", that can…
89 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 Final
Acuity
Delineate
Enervate
Esoteric
Sharpness (particularly of the mind)
To portray, sketch, describe in accurate detail
To weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigor of
Intended for or understood by only a select few
Acuity
Sharpness (particularly of the mind)
Delineate
To portray, sketch, describe in accurate detail
60 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 final
adamant
amenable
amenable
Blatant
A: yielding, flexible, pliable
S: Agreeable, compliant, submissive
A: unresponsive, resistant, recalcitrant
S: flagrant, glaring, egregious,
adamant
A: yielding, flexible, pliable
amenable
S: Agreeable, compliant, submissive
22 terms
Honors English 10 Semester 2 Literary Terms
Allegory
Antagonist
character motivation
diction
Narrative that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning…
A person or thing who actively opposes someone or something
Is what motivates the character to behave in a particular way…
Writer's or speaker's choice of words
Allegory
Narrative that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning…
Antagonist
A person or thing who actively opposes someone or something
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