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Honors English 11 Set #5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
to drape or adorn festively
to honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
cheerful; merry
jocular
characterized by joking
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English Honors 11 Vocabulary
Pathos
Logos
Ethos
Refutation
An appeal to emotion. Pathos arguments may use loaded words t…
An appeal to reason. It occurs when a writer tries to convinc…
Ethos is basically an appeal to credibility. The writer is se…
To prove wrong by argument or evidence
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. Pathos arguments may use loaded words t…
Logos
An appeal to reason. It occurs when a writer tries to convinc…
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Honors English 11 Brave New World Vocab
sibilant
maudlin
surreptitious
contemptuous
part of speech: adjective... definition: hissing or making a hus…
part of speech: adjective... definition: self-pitying, overemoti…
part of speech: adjective... definition: secretive, sneaky, sly…
part of speech: adjective... definition: having great dislike/di…
sibilant
part of speech: adjective... definition: hissing or making a hus…
maudlin
part of speech: adjective... definition: self-pitying, overemoti…
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English 9 Honors Vocabulary 11
brevity
comport
concise
demure
(n.) shortness; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
(adj.) expressing much in a few words
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest
brevity
(n.) shortness; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
comport
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
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Honors English 11 Literary Terms
paraphrase
stanza
speaker
imagery
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
a group of lines in a poem
the narrative voice in a literary work who speaks of his or h…
words that appeal to a reader's five senses
paraphrase
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
stanza
a group of lines in a poem
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English Honors New Vocabulary
Entity... "A word with obvious menace, ye…
Sparse... "His sparse memories weren't so…
Console ... "One of the girls of Group B…
Cusp... "We're on the cusp of something g…
Noun: Something that has a real existence; thing.
Adjective: Thinly scattered or distributed.
Verb: To alleviate or lessen the grief, sorrow, or disappoint…
Noun: A point or pointed end.
Entity... "A word with obvious menace, ye…
Noun: Something that has a real existence; thing.
Sparse... "His sparse memories weren't so…
Adjective: Thinly scattered or distributed.
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Honors English 11 Week 5
morbidity (n)
ostracize (v)
patronizing (adj)
plenitude (n)
unwholesomeness and gloominess, gruesomeness
to exclude by general consent from society or privileges; exi…
having a condescending attitude
a full supply; abundance
morbidity (n)
unwholesomeness and gloominess, gruesomeness
ostracize (v)
to exclude by general consent from society or privileges; exi…
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Honors English 11 Terms
bi
biblio
bio
card
two
book
life
heart
bi
two
biblio
book
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Honors English 11 Week 3
hilarity (n)
indict (v)
latent (adj)
monumental (adj)
boisterous merriment, mirth; glee; jollity
to charge or to accuse; incriminate; impeach
not visible, dormant; quiescent
massive, very important
hilarity (n)
boisterous merriment, mirth; glee; jollity
indict (v)
to charge or to accuse; incriminate; impeach
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Vocab 8 Honors English 11: Walled Lake Central Edition
Avow
Awry
Belabor
catholic
to claim; to declare boldly; to admit
off course; twisted to one side
To go over repeatedly; usually to an absurd extent
universal ; embracing everything
Avow
to claim; to declare boldly; to admit
Awry
off course; twisted to one side
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English 11 Honors final
Frost
Thurber
O'Conor
Robinson
Nothing Gold can Stay
Secret Life of Walter Mitty
The Life You Save May Be Your Own
Miniver Cheevy
Frost
Nothing Gold can Stay
Thurber
Secret Life of Walter Mitty
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Honors English 9 EDITED
Plot
Setting
Mood
Tone
The sequence of incidents or events of which a story is compo…
Time and place a story is set
The atmosphere implied in the setting and created by sensory…
The writer or speaker's attitude towards subject matter, audi…
Plot
The sequence of incidents or events of which a story is compo…
Setting
Time and place a story is set
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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
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Pervade
Emigrant
Profusion
Coincide
to be present throughout
leaves home country to live somewhere else
an abundance of something
happen simultaneously/ go with, fall together
Pervade
to be present throughout
Emigrant
leaves home country to live somewhere else
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English Honors NEW Vocab
Abhor
Amend
buffet
chaos
To regard with horror or loathing (v)
to charge in a formal way (v)
to slap or cuff, to strike over and over (v)
great confusion, disorder (n)
Abhor
To regard with horror or loathing (v)
Amend
to charge in a formal way (v)
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Love English I LIST 11 Honors
effrontery
egregious
elicit
elixir
audacity, impudence, nerve... antonyms: modesty, shyness
flagrant, outrageously bad... antonyms: discreet, minor
evoke, to draw forth, extract... antonyms:hide, suppress
panacea, cure-all, medicine
effrontery
audacity, impudence, nerve... antonyms: modesty, shyness
egregious
flagrant, outrageously bad... antonyms: discreet, minor
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Honors English II (new)
Anachronism
Anticipation
Aphorism
Aside
an error in chronology
looking forward to something funny
A saying embodying a general truth
A line delivered directly to the audience
Anachronism
an error in chronology
Anticipation
looking forward to something funny
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Week 11 Honors English
austere
corpulent
derisive
effeminate
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body
expressing contempt or ridicule
having womanly traits
austere
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
corpulent
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body
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Honors English I - List 11
Warp (v.)
Diverged (v.)
Suffice (v.)
Woeful (adj.)
to twist; to distort
branched out in different directions
to be enough; adequate
full of sorrow
Warp (v.)
to twist; to distort
Diverged (v.)
branched out in different directions
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Lesson 1 Honors English 11
Adroit
Adulterate
Adventitious
Aegis
skillful, clever
to make impure, to contaminate
accidental; nonessential
a shield; protection; sponsorship
Adroit
skillful, clever
Adulterate
to make impure, to contaminate
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Honors English, Vocabulary List 11
Nebulous
Nefarious
Neophyte
Nurture
vague, indistinct
extremely wicked
beginner; convert
to feed; to bring up
Nebulous
vague, indistinct
Nefarious
extremely wicked
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Honors English Vocab #11
Prefix: Neo
Prefix: Paleo
Prefix: Par, Para
Root: Polis, Pollit
New
Old/ancient
Beside/near/resembling
City
Prefix: Neo
New
Prefix: Paleo
Old/ancient
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English Honors New Vocab
False statement
Deductive Argument
Valid reasoning
Sound Reasoning
State that is untrue but jot necessarily told to mislead; sta…
Argument that is intended by writer to be valid by providing,…
When argument's premises provide such a strong support for th…
If valid argument has a true conclusions, then argument is so…
False statement
State that is untrue but jot necessarily told to mislead; sta…
Deductive Argument
Argument that is intended by writer to be valid by providing,…
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Honors English Level D Unit #11
Brevity
Comport
Concise
Demure
(n.) shortness
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
(adj.) expressing much in a few words
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest
Brevity
(n.) shortness
Comport
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
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Honors English Vocab 11
Uniform
Unremitting
Unwitting
Venal
adj - consistent; unchanging; the same for everyone
adj - unceasing; unabated; relentless
adj - unintentional; ignorant; not aware
adj - capable of being bribed; willing to do anything for mon…
Uniform
adj - consistent; unchanging; the same for everyone
Unremitting
adj - unceasing; unabated; relentless
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Honors English 11- Week #3
atone
burgeon
coerce
defile
to satisfy or appease by making amends
to grow, often rapidly
to dominate by force or threat
to make impure or unclean
atone
to satisfy or appease by making amends
burgeon
to grow, often rapidly
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Honors English 11 - Unit 3
euphemism
geneocide
immensely
bestiality
An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is c…
The deliberate and systematic killing of an entire people or…
A great deal; very much
savagely cruel or depraved behavior
euphemism
An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is c…
geneocide
The deliberate and systematic killing of an entire people or…
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Honors English 11 Vocab 1
adroit
adulterate
adventitious
aegis
skillful, clever
to make impure, to contaminate
accidental; nonessential
a shield; protection; sponsorship
adroit
skillful, clever
adulterate
to make impure, to contaminate
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Honors English 11- {Set 2}
Figurative Language
Metaphor
Extended Metaphor
Simile
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, such as sim…
When two things are compared, not applicable, in order to sug…
A metaphor that is extended overtime and developed throughout…
A Figure of speech where two unlike things are compared by us…
Figurative Language
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, such as sim…
Metaphor
When two things are compared, not applicable, in order to sug…
15 terms
Honors English 11 Vocab 4
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
unmarried (noun); abstaining from sex (adj.)
to criticize sharply
a stopping; a discontinuance
worthless matter
celibate
unmarried (noun); abstaining from sex (adj.)
censure
to criticize sharply
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Honors English 11 Vocab 5
deride
desiccated
despicable
desultory
to ridicule, to mock
dried up
contemptible, hateful
wandering from subject to subject
deride
to ridicule, to mock
desiccated
dried up
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Honors English 11 Vocab 2
antipathy
antithesis
badinage
banal
an intense dislike
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
playful, teasing talk
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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Honors English 11 Vocab 3
bombast
bona fide
boor
bovine
impressive but meaningless language
in good faith
a rude or impolite person
pertaining to cows or cattle
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
bona fide
in good faith
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Honors English List 11
austere
antipathy
conducive
confront
Adj. Severe or strict in manner
N. Lack of interest; distaste; hatred
Adj. favorable; helpful... (Good eating habits are conducive to…
V. Meeting someone face to face
austere
Adj. Severe or strict in manner
antipathy
N. Lack of interest; distaste; hatred
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Logical Fallacies - Honors English 11
overgeneralization
genetic fallacy
hasty generalization
slippery slope
Drawing too wide of a conclusion from the given facts
attempting to endorse or disqualify a claim because of the or…
A conclusion based on insufficient or biased evidence. Rushin…
If A happens, then eventually B, C, D will happen too.
overgeneralization
Drawing too wide of a conclusion from the given facts
genetic fallacy
attempting to endorse or disqualify a claim because of the or…
English 11 honors
morosely
sculptured
irrigation
hutch
gloomy or in a bad mood / ex. George looks back on the past w…
make or represent by carving
methods of which water is supplied to plants at regular inter…
a box or cage , typically with a wire mesh front,for keeping…
morosely
gloomy or in a bad mood / ex. George looks back on the past w…
sculptured
make or represent by carving
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English 11 Honors Vocab
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
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Rhetorical Devices - Honors English 11
parallel structure
illusion
aphorism
anaphora
recurrent syntactical similarity; several parts of a sentence…
short, informal reference to a famous person or event
a terse statement which expresses a general truth or moral pr…
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
parallel structure
recurrent syntactical similarity; several parts of a sentence…
illusion
short, informal reference to a famous person or event
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Honors English 11
Anathema
Apathy
Apostate
Apt
Intense dislike
Lack of interest
Traitor
Inclined, suitable, skillful
Anathema
Intense dislike
Apathy
Lack of interest
15 terms
Honors English 11 Vocab 6
elixir
elucidate
emanate
emendation
a supposed remedy for all ailments
to make clear
to come forth; to send forth
a correction
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
elucidate
to make clear
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honors english 11 vocab
slave narratives
descriptive details
anecdotes
figurative language
the life stories of people who survived slavery ... help us unde…
appeals to the 5 senses
short stories
create imagery and communicate ideas beyond the literal meani…
slave narratives
the life stories of people who survived slavery ... help us unde…
descriptive details
appeals to the 5 senses
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English 11 HONORS Terms
allusion
personification
analogy
antithesis
a brief reference to a person, place, thing, event, or idea i…
a figure of speech, where a thing, idea, or an animal is give…
a comparison between two things... - example(s): "It was the bes…
two opposite ideas put together to create a contrasting effec…
allusion
a brief reference to a person, place, thing, event, or idea i…
personification
a figure of speech, where a thing, idea, or an animal is give…
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Honors English Vocab 11
Uniform
Unremitting
Unwitting
Venal
(adj) consistent; unchanging; the same for everyone
(adj) unceasing; unabated; relentless
(adj) unintentional; ignorant; not aware
(adj) capable of being bribed; willing to do anything for mon…
Uniform
(adj) consistent; unchanging; the same for everyone
Unremitting
(adj) unceasing; unabated; relentless
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Abhor
Bigot
Enfranchise
Hamper
Hate
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
To give voting rights
To hinder or obstruct
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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English 11 Honors Terms
White
Yellow
Red
Black
Symbolizes Peace, Virginity, Innocence, and Purity.... Asian Cul…
Symbolizes Joy, Energy, Youth, Wanting to stand out, and Adve…
Symbolizes Love, Compassion, Hate, Anger, the Devil. ... Asian C…
Symbolizes Death, Evil, Formal, Power, Elegance, Terrible eve…
White
Symbolizes Peace, Virginity, Innocence, and Purity.... Asian Cul…
Yellow
Symbolizes Joy, Energy, Youth, Wanting to stand out, and Adve…
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Honors English 11
Philistine
philistine
Apocalypse
apocalypse
a people who settled in Philistia and often battled with earl…
a smug, ignorant person who is indifferent or antagonistic to…
the last book of the New Testament, also known as Revalation,…
great or total devastation; doom
Philistine
a people who settled in Philistia and often battled with earl…
philistine
a smug, ignorant person who is indifferent or antagonistic to…
Honors English 11: Vocab
Adversity
Calamity
Habitation
Peril
Hardship; Difficulty
Disaster; Catastrophe
Place to live; Group of homes or dwellings
Danger
Adversity
Hardship; Difficulty
Calamity
Disaster; Catastrophe
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honors english vocab #11
abridge
acquiesce
allude
constitute
to shorten or condense
to consent, agree passively
to refer to or mention casually
to form, or make-up
abridge
to shorten or condense
acquiesce
to consent, agree passively
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Honors English 11 - Literary Movements
Native American
Colonialism/Puritanism
Revolution/Rationalism
Romanticism
- Primarily creation myths passed on through the oral traditi…
- Primarily nonfiction (historical accounts/journals -- info…
- Expressed the ideas of the Enlightenment (science/logic/rea…
- Reaction against rationalism and materialism... - Valued the p…
Native American
- Primarily creation myths passed on through the oral traditi…
Colonialism/Puritanism
- Primarily nonfiction (historical accounts/journals -- info…
20 terms
Honors English 11
Acquisitive
Arrogate
Banal
Belabor
Able to get in retain ideas or info concerned with acquiring…
To go claim or take without right
Hackneyed, common place
To work on excessively, to thrash soundly
Acquisitive
Able to get in retain ideas or info concerned with acquiring…
Arrogate
To go claim or take without right
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