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English 10R
allegory
alliteration
allusion
climax
A story or poem with a hidden meaning. حكاية رمزية
Using the same sound again and again (all aliens are awesome)…
Talking about something, making reference إشارة
The exciting part of a story! ذروة
allegory
A story or poem with a hidden meaning. حكاية رمزية
alliteration
Using the same sound again and again (all aliens are awesome)…
English 10R
envisage
visage
apparition
perspicacious
to imagine;to conceive of
face;facial expression
an unreal figure; a ghost
wise;insightful acutely intelligent
envisage
to imagine;to conceive of
visage
face;facial expression
20 terms
English 10R
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
verb- make worse by the addition of something
adjective- able to use both hands
verb- to make larger
adjective- made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
verb- make worse by the addition of something
ambidextrous
adjective- able to use both hands
English 10r
Vocab unit one
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
...
To corrupt
Able to use both hands equally well
To make larger
Vocab unit one
...
Adulterate
To corrupt
english 10r
enigma
indifferent
revere
reticent
a mystery
having no preference
to worship; to honor
restrained; uncommunicative; taciturn
enigma
a mystery
indifferent
having no preference
90 terms
English 10R
hierarchy
Imbue
garish
instigate
system of position of powers
to fill completely with a feeling or idea; inspire
excessively bright or flashy; tastelessly glaring
to stir up or urge on; provoke
hierarchy
system of position of powers
Imbue
to fill completely with a feeling or idea; inspire
78 terms
English 10R
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make something worse by the addition of something…
able to use both hands equally as well
to make larger, increase in value
deprived of,made unhappy
adulterate
to corrupt, make something worse by the addition of something…
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally as well
18 terms
English 10r
Consternation
Cower
Synchronize
Neutralize
Confused amazement or fear
To crouch down in fear
The match the timing of
To counteract or cancel the affect of
Consternation
Confused amazement or fear
Cower
To crouch down in fear
20 terms
Unit 3 English 10R
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerse
someone who offers opposition
to make withdrawn or isolated or emotionally dissociated
a deceptive maneuver (especially to avoid capture)
to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, mo…
adversary
someone who offers opposition
alienate
to make withdrawn or isolated or emotionally dissociated
20 terms
Unit 2 English 10R
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance
equally skillful with each hand
enlarge or increase
sorrowful through loss or deprivation
adulterate
make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance
ambidextrous
equally skillful with each hand
English 10R Vocabulary
Allusion
Genre
Drama
Fiction
Indirect reference
Type of literature
Serious
Fake
Allusion
Indirect reference
Genre
Type of literature
15 terms
English 10R Vocab 6
Ameliorate
Baleful
Berate
Circumvent
To make better; to become better; to improve
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous
To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently
To avoid through craftiness
Ameliorate
To make better; to become better; to improve
Baleful
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous
English 10R Vocab for OMAM
Recumbant [
Resignedly [
Triumphantly [
Bindle [
Lying down; in a position of comfort or rest
with resignation and acceptance; in a resigned manner
something done in a victorious or proud manner.
a slang term for a bundle of bedding carried by a hobo.
Recumbant [
Lying down; in a position of comfort or rest
Resignedly [
with resignation and acceptance; in a resigned manner
15 terms
English 10R Lesson 2
adjudicate
centennial
countenance
disgruntle
to hear and decide judcially; to judge
a one hundredth anniversary or celebration
a persons face; the expression on a person's face
to make dissatisfied; to put in bad mood
adjudicate
to hear and decide judcially; to judge
centennial
a one hundredth anniversary or celebration
297 terms
English 10R Final exam
abrupt
corrupt
disrupt
erupt
broken off; lacking in continuity; sudden; quick and unexpected
changed from good to bad
break apart; cause disorder
burst or break out
abrupt
broken off; lacking in continuity; sudden; quick and unexpected
corrupt
changed from good to bad
20 terms
Vocab English 10r
Orchestra
Parados
Amphithearute
Skene
A group of performers on various musical instruments
A bank of earth built behind a trench or military emplacement
An oval or round building with tiers of seats around a centra…
A structure facing the audience and forming the background be…
Orchestra
A group of performers on various musical instruments
Parados
A bank of earth built behind a trench or military emplacement
25 terms
English10R(VOCAB)
Avid
Evasive(evade)
Malevolent
Furtive
Eager for knowledge, enthusiastic
Avoid
Mean,evil
Secretive,sneaky
Avid
Eager for knowledge, enthusiastic
Evasive(evade)
Avoid
ALL ENGLISH 10r VOCAB
Absolution
Afflict
Amenable
Antagonize
Formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
To cause pain or suffering
Open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded or contro…
To cause someone to become hostile
Absolution
Formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
Afflict
To cause pain or suffering
74 terms
english 10r final vocab
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
condolences
strong dislike; bitter hostility
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
an expression of sympathy or pity.
animosity
strong dislike; bitter hostility
apathy
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
75 terms
English 10R Final
Animosity
Apathy
Apprehensive
condolence
strong dislike
a lack of feeling or emotion
fearful or anxious
an expression of sympathy
Animosity
strong dislike
Apathy
a lack of feeling or emotion
5 terms
English 10R vocabulary 2
brazen
philanthropist
approbation
capricious
made of brass; aounding harsg or loud like struck brass;impud…
one who loves people, particularly one who gives money to ben…
approval
unpredictable; someone who does something without planning
brazen
made of brass; aounding harsg or loud like struck brass;impud…
philanthropist
one who loves people, particularly one who gives money to ben…
10 terms
English 10R list 14
cynical
eloquence
exploit
expulsion
distrusting the reasons behind the actions of other
skillful and emotionally moving use of language, especialy in…
to unfairly use something for one's own advantage
the state of being forced or driven out; forcible removal
cynical
distrusting the reasons behind the actions of other
eloquence
skillful and emotionally moving use of language, especialy in…
English 10R Final exam
abrupt
corrupt
disrupt
erupt
broken off; lacking in continuity; sudden; quick and unexpected
changed from good to bad
break apart; cause disorder
burst or break out
abrupt
broken off; lacking in continuity; sudden; quick and unexpected
corrupt
changed from good to bad
11 terms
Poetry Terms English 10R
alliteration
symbol
a word that sounds like what it means
simile
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
an object or action that means something more than its litera…
onomatopoeia
a comparison using like or as
alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
symbol
an object or action that means something more than its litera…
5 terms
English 10r vocab 6
Nonchalant
Elucidate
Reticent
Myopic
(adj) unconcerned lazily
(verb) To clarify
(adj) Not inclined to speak
(adj) nearsight, dont look to the future
Nonchalant
(adj) unconcerned lazily
Elucidate
(verb) To clarify
5 terms
English 10R vocabulary #1
amorphous
contemptuous
ingenuous
apprehensive
shapless; having no definite form
showing scorn or lack of respect
innocent, simple, childlike simplicity (naive-lacking knowled…
anxious or fearful especially about the future
amorphous
shapless; having no definite form
contemptuous
showing scorn or lack of respect
10 terms
English 10R list 15
askew
clamber
effulgence
fledge
turned or twisted to one side
to climb in an awkward way
shining brightness
to cover with feathers
askew
turned or twisted to one side
clamber
to climb in an awkward way
10 terms
English 10R list 16
appease
commiserate
digression
exacerbate
to calm or soothe
to feel or express sorrow or pity for; to sympathize with.
an off topic ramble in either writing or speaking
to make worse or more severe
appease
to calm or soothe
commiserate
to feel or express sorrow or pity for; to sympathize with.
24 terms
english 10r vocab
billowing
brood
desolation
exile
v. rising ad rolling in large waves
v. to think about something constantly out of worry or anger
n. lonely grief
n. expulsion from ones native land by authoritative decree
billowing
v. rising ad rolling in large waves
brood
v. to think about something constantly out of worry or anger
5 terms
English 10R Unit 5
Tyro
Rustic
Ubiquitous
Compunction
(N) A beginner or novice in learning something
(A) Of or relating to living in the country; rural
(A) Existing or being everywhere, especially at once
(N) A feeling of uneasiness or anxiety of the conscience caus…
Tyro
(N) A beginner or novice in learning something
Rustic
(A) Of or relating to living in the country; rural
80 terms
English 10R Vocab List
absolution
afflict
amenable
antagonize
formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
to cause pain or suffering
open and responsive to suggestion
to innate or upset
absolution
formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment
afflict
to cause pain or suffering
English 10R Vocab
Abhor
Abolish
Absolution
Affliction
To hate
To remove entirely
To Clear or forgive
Anything that causes suffering.
Abhor
To hate
Abolish
To remove entirely
5 terms
English 10R Vocab Unit 4
Pervasive
Comprise
Exacerbate
Garner
(A) Spreading widely throughout an area or group of people (e…
(V) To include or to contain
(V) To increase the bitterness, severity, or violence (diseas…
(V) To gather or deposit in or as if in a storage place
Pervasive
(A) Spreading widely throughout an area or group of people (e…
Comprise
(V) To include or to contain
13 terms
english 10R vocab
Plight (noun)
Disdain (noun)
Brandish (verb)
Hurly-burly (noun)
bad conditions or situation that someone is in
strong feeling of hate or dislike, also ... VERB = to hate or re…
to wav around usually a weapon
noisy disorder, confusion, commotion
Plight (noun)
bad conditions or situation that someone is in
Disdain (noun)
strong feeling of hate or dislike, also ... VERB = to hate or re…
20 terms
English 10r unit 1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
To currupt
Able to use big hands equally well
To make larger
Deprived of
Adulterate
To currupt
Ambidextrous
Able to use big hands equally well
20 terms
English 10R Shakespeare
delude (v)
carnal (adj)
sensuality (n)
usurp (v)
to deceive
pertaining to the body, its passions and appetites
unrestrained indulgence in the gratification of the senses or…
to seize and hold by force or without legal right
delude (v)
to deceive
carnal (adj)
pertaining to the body, its passions and appetites
13 terms
English 10R pt.3
malapropism
chauvinist
parsimonious
obstreperous
humorous misuse of words by a person
finatical patriot
extremely frugal
execessivly noisy
malapropism
humorous misuse of words by a person
chauvinist
finatical patriot
5 terms
English 10R Vocabulary Unit 3
Paucity
Allay
Intrinsic
Cognizant
(Noun) The presence of something only in small or insufficien…
(Verb) To put (fear, doubt, suspicion, anger, etc) to rest; t…
(Adj) Belonging to a thing by its very nature
(Adj) Being aware (usually followed by of)
Paucity
(Noun) The presence of something only in small or insufficien…
Allay
(Verb) To put (fear, doubt, suspicion, anger, etc) to rest; t…
English 10R vocab
Innocuous
Contentious
Covet
Exodus
Harmless
Controversial
To wish for
A departure of a large group of people
Innocuous
Harmless
Contentious
Controversial
22 terms
Literary Terms: English 10R
flat character
round character
static character
dynamic character
A character that is built upon a single idea or quality and i…
a complex, more realistic character, with complex thoughts, e…
a character who does not change throughout a work.
a character that changes throughout a work
flat character
A character that is built upon a single idea or quality and i…
round character
a complex, more realistic character, with complex thoughts, e…
14 terms
English 10R Final
Connotation
Anecdote
Parallel structure
Anaphora
Something suggested or implied by
A short story about an interesting or funny event
The repetition of a chosen grammatical form within a sentence
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
Connotation
Something suggested or implied by
Anecdote
A short story about an interesting or funny event
12 terms
English 10R Vocabulary
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world; narrow-minded
To establish; reflect the truth of
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world; narrow-minded
40 terms
English 10R Midterm Vocabulary
Abberation
Antiquated
Disburse
Juncture
A flaw or defect... Failure of a lens to reproduce an image in…
Out of date
To distribute or pay out money
Coming together
Abberation
A flaw or defect... Failure of a lens to reproduce an image in…
Antiquated
Out of date
English 10R Final
Animosity
Apathy
Apprehensive
condolence
strong dislike
a lack of feeling or emotion
fearful or anxious
an expression of sympathy
Animosity
strong dislike
Apathy
a lack of feeling or emotion
75 terms
Vocab Final English 10R
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
condolence
strong dislike; bitter hostility
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
an expression of sympathy
animosity
strong dislike; bitter hostility
apathy
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
English 10R Final
Absolution
Afflict
Amenable
Antagonize
(n) the formal release from guilt, obligation, or sin
(v) {of a problem or illness} to cause pain or suffering
(adj) capable of or agreeable to being tested or persuaded
(v) to cause {someone} to feel hostile or angry; to irritate…
Absolution
(n) the formal release from guilt, obligation, or sin
Afflict
(v) {of a problem or illness} to cause pain or suffering
10 terms
English 10R vocab
Infamy
Abiding
Harrowing
Upheavals
Evil fame or reputation; known for a negative reason
Enduring; long lasting
Extremely distressing
A sudden, violent change or disturbance
Infamy
Evil fame or reputation; known for a negative reason
Abiding
Enduring; long lasting
45 terms
10R English terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Allusion example
Alliteration example
The repertition of constant sounds, usually at the beginning…
A reference to another literary work, personality or event.
Story title: yellow brick road is an allusion to the wizard o…
Riffles rapid rattle
Alliteration
The repertition of constant sounds, usually at the beginning…
Allusion
A reference to another literary work, personality or event.
20 terms
English 10R Test #1
demagogue
indolence
prerogative
temper
(noun) A political leader who seeks support by appealing to p…
(noun) laziness
(noun) Right or privilege exclusive to a specific group of pe…
(verb) To make less extreme
demagogue
(noun) A political leader who seeks support by appealing to p…
indolence
(noun) laziness
15 terms
English Vocab 10r
accolade
adarment
adulate
altercation
an expression of approval or respect for special merit: An Aw…
not yielding;firm
to flatter or admire excessively; to idolize
a loud and determined dispute; a noisy quarrel
accolade
an expression of approval or respect for special merit: An Aw…
adarment
not yielding;firm
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