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English 10AP-Vocabulary Core
austere
facet
dubious
furtive
formal, stern, harsh, forbidding
part of, feature, characteristic
shady, suspicious, doubtful
sneaky, sly, surreptitious
austere
formal, stern, harsh, forbidding
facet
part of, feature, characteristic
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english 10AP vocab #6
incite (VT)
indolent (ADJ)
inert (ADJ)
pandemonium (N)
to provoke to action; rouse
reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
having no power to move or act; lifeless
wild uproar or noise; tumult
incite (VT)
to provoke to action; rouse
indolent (ADJ)
reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
English 10AP Vocabulary #6
Incite (vt)
Indolent (adj)
Inert (adj)
Pandemonium (n)
To provoke to action; rouse
Reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
Having no power to move or act; lifeless
Wild uproar or noise; tumult
Incite (vt)
To provoke to action; rouse
Indolent (adj)
Reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
English 10AP Vocab #6
incite
indolent
inert
pandemonium
(vt) to provoke to action; rouse
(adj) reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
(adj) having no power to move or act; lifeless
(n) wild uproar or noise; tumult
incite
(vt) to provoke to action; rouse
indolent
(adj) reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
English 10AP Vocabulary #10
acrimonious adj
chastise vt
derogatory adj
disparage vt
bitter in language or tone
to punish for misbehavior or wrong doing
detracting from the character of
to speak of as unimportant or inferior
acrimonious adj
bitter in language or tone
chastise vt
to punish for misbehavior or wrong doing
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English 10AP Vocabulary #3
abject adj
conjecture n
dejected adj
injection n
Lacking all self-respect
Opinion formed from incomplete evidence
depressed, disheartened
the forcing of something into something else
abject adj
Lacking all self-respect
conjecture n
Opinion formed from incomplete evidence
English 10AP Vocab #9
Occurring at the same time
A messenger
Hasty; not thorough
Rambling; digressive
(Adj) ... concurrent
(N) ... courier
(Adj) ... cursory
(Adj) ... discursive
Occurring at the same time
(Adj) ... concurrent
A messenger
(N) ... courier
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English 10AP-Vocab Core 2
ephemeral
retro
trivial
evade
fleeting, brief, temporary
nostalgic, out of date, old fashioned
unimportant, petty, irrelevant
avoid, dodge something, circumvent
ephemeral
fleeting, brief, temporary
retro
nostalgic, out of date, old fashioned
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English 10 AP #9
Concurrent
Courier
Cursory
Discursive
(Adj)... Occurring at the same time
(N)... A messenger
(Adj)... Hasty; not thorough
(Adj)... Rambling; digressive
Concurrent
(Adj)... Occurring at the same time
Courier
(N)... A messenger
15 terms
English 10 AP Vocab #10
acrimonious
chastise
derogatory
disparage
(adj)... bitter in language or tone
(vt)... to punish for misbehavior or wrongdoing
(adj)... detracting from the character of
(vt)... to speak of as unimportant or inferior
acrimonious
(adj)... bitter in language or tone
chastise
(vt)... to punish for misbehavior or wrongdoing
12 terms
Vocab 16
fluctuate
flux
forage
forestall
vary irregularly
state of constant change or flow
rummage for food
delay
fluctuate
vary irregularly
flux
state of constant change or flow
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English - Figures of Speech
alliteration
assonance
consonance
simile
beginning several consecutive words with the same sound
repetition of vowel sounds in a series of words
repetition of a consonant sound in a series of words
comparison using like or as
alliteration
beginning several consecutive words with the same sound
assonance
repetition of vowel sounds in a series of words
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English - TP CASTT
T
P
C
A
title - predict what the poem will be about
paraphrase - restate the poem in your own words
connotation - explain the different literary devices used, rh…
attitude - identify the mood or tone of speaker
T
title - predict what the poem will be about
P
paraphrase - restate the poem in your own words
28 terms
English - Poetry 101
narrative poetry
ballad
lyric poetry
elegy
tells a story
a folk song or story in poetic form
expression of human feelings in poetic form
lament for the death of someone dear to the poet
narrative poetry
tells a story
ballad
a folk song or story in poetic form
12 terms
Vocab Test 14
excursion
exemplary
exigent
existential
a trip
serving as an example
critical
relating to existence
excursion
a trip
exemplary
serving as an example
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Pollution
pollution
air pollution
land pollution
water pollution
addition of harmful materials into the environment
pollution in the air ... *Causes include exhaust from cars and t…
pollution found on land ... *Causes include litter and garbage d…
pollution found in bodies of water such as oceans, lakes, and…
pollution
addition of harmful materials into the environment
air pollution
pollution in the air ... *Causes include exhaust from cars and t…
24 terms
List A: Chapters 1-3
Voracity
Cunning
Disconcerted
Billets
(noun) an insatiable appetite/eager to consume food
(noun) skill in deception/deceiving others
(Adjective) a feeling of discomfort
(noun) lodgings for soldiers
Voracity
(noun) an insatiable appetite/eager to consume food
Cunning
(noun) skill in deception/deceiving others
38 terms
Scarlet Letter Vocab
Transgressor
Visage
Iniquity
Rankle
Sinner (n)
Face (n)
Wickedness (n)
To irritate (v)
Transgressor
Sinner (n)
Visage
Face (n)
21 terms
Pre AP Vocab for Exam Dauphin PH
Candid
Earnest
Impartial
Nostalgic
frank, outspoken, honest, sincere
serious in importance, intention, or purpose
fair; not biased
sentimental yearning
Candid
frank, outspoken, honest, sincere
Earnest
serious in importance, intention, or purpose
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots: Lessons 9 and 10
capitalist
capitalist
capitulation
decapitate
a person who has invested person wealth in business
wealthy person
surrender
behead
capitalist
a person who has invested person wealth in business
capitalist
wealthy person
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Lesson 3: Prefixes
con-, com-
de-
dis-
in-, il-, im-, ir-, un-
together
do the opposite of, remove
opposite of, lack of
not
con-, com-
together
de-
do the opposite of, remove
Lesson 4: Suffixes
suffix
-able
-al
-ed
added to end of a base word changes the meaning of the word
spreadable, varIable, cur(e)able
renewal, transmitTal, remov(e)al
breaded, referRed, fram(e)ed
suffix
added to end of a base word changes the meaning of the word
-able
spreadable, varIable, cur(e)able
10 terms
Lesson 2: Word Origins, Latin Roots
dicere (dic,dict)
videre (vid, vis)
mittere (mit, miss)
audire (aud, audio)
say
see
send
hear
dicere (dic,dict)
say
videre (vid, vis)
see
Lesson 10-11: Figurative Language- Simile, Metaphor, Personification & Symbol
Figurative language
simile
metaphor
personification
uses words to create an image or effect. some types of this d…
direct comparison that uses like or as
implied comparison
attributes human qualities to something that isn't human
Figurative language
uses words to create an image or effect. some types of this d…
simile
direct comparison that uses like or as
15 terms
Lesson 1: Word Origins, Greek Roots
bio
dynamo, dynamic
eco
ergon
life
power, force
habitat, environment
work
bio
life
dynamo, dynamic
power, force
Lessons 5-9: Homophones, Idioms, Colloquialisms, Slang, Denotation, Connotation, & Euphemisms
homophones
idiom
colloquialism
slang
words that have the same sound but different spellings and me…
expression that has a meaning different from the usual meanin…
word or expression that is used in speech or informal writing…
language that is relatively new and often used by a specific…
homophones
words that have the same sound but different spellings and me…
idiom
expression that has a meaning different from the usual meanin…
Ch 1 Colliding Worlds
Hiawatha
Martin Luther
Mansa Musa
Vasco da Gama
Mohawk who lost his family in war but met a spirit who taught…
German monk who reformed the Catholic Church and downplayed t…
devout Muslim famed for construction projects & support of mo…
sent into Indian Ocean for spices from sailor but reaches Eas…
Hiawatha
Mohawk who lost his family in war but met a spirit who taught…
Martin Luther
German monk who reformed the Catholic Church and downplayed t…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book C Lessons 3 and 4
Mater, Matris
Pater, Patris
Frater, Fratris
Avunculus, Avunculi
<L. "mother"
<L. "father"
<L. "brother"
<L. "uncle"
Mater, Matris
<L. "mother"
Pater, Patris
<L. "father"
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C, Lesson 1
humane
humanism
humanities
anthropology
having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
a philosophy in which interests & values of human beings are…
branches of knowledge concerned with human beings & their cul…
the scientific study of the origins, cultural development, &…
humane
having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
humanism
a philosophy in which interests & values of human beings are…
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APWH MIDTERM 10AP
Akbar the Great
Charles V
Philip II
Louis XIII
-India... -1500's... -Mughal Empire... -Strengthened central governmen…
-Spanish... -1519 to 1556... -Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain…
-Spain... -1556 to 1598... -Expanded his power, the Catholic Church…
-France... -Set framework for absolutism in France... -Increased Fr…
Akbar the Great
-India... -1500's... -Mughal Empire... -Strengthened central governmen…
Charles V
-Spanish... -1519 to 1556... -Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain…
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lessons 7 and 8
Hic...mollesque sub arbore somni
Domus
domicile
domestic (1)
Here [are] soft slumbers under a tree.
<L. "house"
n. A home; residence.
adj. Related to the family or household.
Hic...mollesque sub arbore somni
Here [are] soft slumbers under a tree.
Domus
<L. "house"
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C Lessons 1 and 2
Humanus
humane
humanism
humanities
Human Being
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
Humanus
Human Being
humane
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
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