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10 terms
English 11 Mrs Dear
Mottled
Ominous
Plaintive
Pugnacious
Marked with spots of different color
Threatening
Mournful, expressing sorrow
Looking for a fight
Mottled
Marked with spots of different color
Ominous
Threatening
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English 11 Mrs. Dear
Aloof
Appreciate
Apprehend
Belligerent
Detached, unconcerned
To increase in value
To arrest; to understand
Waging war or warlike
Aloof
Detached, unconcerned
Appreciate
To increase in value
10 terms
Mrs. W's 9th English- vocab 11
chasten
defensive
dumbfounded
forlorn
correct through discipline
shielding, protective
struck speechless, astonished
lonesome, desolate, forsaken
chasten
correct through discipline
defensive
shielding, protective
29 terms
English 11- Mrs. Martinez
a story that uses figurative character…
referring to the elaborate artistic st…
in music, by improvisation, the use of…
in literature, by the use of complex a…
Allegory
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
a story that uses figurative character…
Allegory
referring to the elaborate artistic st…
Baroque
13 terms
English #11 - Mr. Mashbaum
Hydr(o)
Miss/mit
Mob
Duc(t)
Water
Send
Move
Lead (direct)
Hydr(o)
Water
Miss/mit
Send
10 terms
Mrs. W's 8th English- vocab 11
aptitude
discern
impromptu
loiter
natural ability, talent
distinguish, perceive, recognize
unrehearsed, unprepared
aimlessly or idly linger, dawdle
aptitude
natural ability, talent
discern
distinguish, perceive, recognize
20 terms
English 11 Mr Jones
Intercede
Hackneyed
Approbation
Innuendo
To explain on behalf of another person or party
No longer useful because of being over used
Approval or praise
An oblique remark or hint
Intercede
To explain on behalf of another person or party
Hackneyed
No longer useful because of being over used
15 terms
English #11/Mr. Hallman
anguished
bindle
brusquely
contemplated
great physical or emotional suffering
A pack
Abruptly
Thought About
anguished
great physical or emotional suffering
bindle
A pack
10 terms
Mrs. Goldsmith English Vocab 11
quandary
reprove
scrupulous
scurrilous
a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a dif…
reprimand or censure.
diligent, thorough, and extremely attentive to details.
making or spreading scandalous claims about someone with the…
quandary
a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a dif…
reprove
reprimand or censure.
10 terms
Mrs. Garrison English 11 vocab
Laconic
Marathon
Meander
Mecca
using few words; expressing much in few words; concise:
a foot race over a course measuring 26 mi.
to proceed by or take a winding or indirect course... to wander…
a city in and the capital of Hejaz, in W Saudi Arabia: birthp…
Laconic
using few words; expressing much in few words; concise:
Marathon
a foot race over a course measuring 26 mi.
22 terms
English 11 vocabulary (Mrs. Jennison)
Abrogate
Acerbic
Ameliorate
Perfunctory
Cancel, to put an end to
Harsh, severe in temper, taste or tone
Improve, to make better
Routine; methodical
Abrogate
Cancel, to put an end to
Acerbic
Harsh, severe in temper, taste or tone
30 terms
English11 mr. kretzman
character
protagonist
antagonist
characterization
A person or an animal in a story, a play, or another literary…
the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other l…
A character or force in conflict with the main character
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
character
A person or an animal in a story, a play, or another literary…
protagonist
the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other l…
70 terms
English Terms Year 11 Mrs Reid
acronym
active voice
passive voice
allegory
a word composed of initial letters/syllables of a phrase or o…
the subject of the sentence performs the action
the subject of the sentence is acted upon, most common in for…
a story in verse or prose on two levels
acronym
a word composed of initial letters/syllables of a phrase or o…
active voice
the subject of the sentence performs the action
Mrs. Allen English 11. Vocab. #1
Fascism
Ethics
Condemned
Rational
Dictatorship
Values
Guilty
Reasons
Fascism
Dictatorship
Ethics
Values
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English 11 Vocab- Mrs. Blake
accentuate
bamboozle
bizarre
boisterous
make more noticeable or prominent
fool or cheat; confuse or perplex
unusual in appearance, style
rough and noisy, jolly or round
accentuate
make more noticeable or prominent
bamboozle
fool or cheat; confuse or perplex
20 terms
"Fireside Poets" English 11 H - Mr. Nickels
efface
sepulcher
pensive
venerable
(v.) to wipe out, obliterate, rub away (The husband was so an…
(n.) vault for burial; grave; tomb
in a thoughtful mood; thinking deeply
(adj.) deserving of respect because of age or achievement (Th…
efface
(v.) to wipe out, obliterate, rub away (The husband was so an…
sepulcher
(n.) vault for burial; grave; tomb
10 terms
Mrs. Lewis/ English AP 11 Vocab. 8
acquiesce
amity
arduous
gestalt
verb... accept something reluctantly but without protest.... "Sara…
noun... a friendly relationship.... "international amity and goodwi…
adjective... involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult…
noun... an organized whole that is perceived as more than the su…
acquiesce
verb... accept something reluctantly but without protest.... "Sara…
amity
noun... a friendly relationship.... "international amity and goodwi…
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Mrs. Randle terms English 11
Parcel
Divest
Supercilious
Unheeded
small object that is packaged
To wander away from a topic or route
haughtly disdainful person or facial expression
ignored; not noticed
Parcel
small object that is packaged
Divest
To wander away from a topic or route
12 terms
English Vocab 11 Mrs. Wright
Prejury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
Breaking of a legal oath
to swear off
to bring forth, especially through words
being most evident or apparent
Prejury
Breaking of a legal oath
Abjure
to swear off
20 terms
Mrs.B.White English #11
Adrift
Astreroid
Astronomer
Biosphere
...
...
...
...
Adrift
...
Astreroid
...
30 terms
Mr. Kenny English Vocab 11
braggadocio
peccadillo
avant garde
bête noire
empty boasting; bragging; a boasting person; a braggart
a petty sin; a trifling fault; a small sin.
1. a group active in the invention and application of new tec…
one that is particularly disliked or that is to be avoided; a…
braggadocio
empty boasting; bragging; a boasting person; a braggart
peccadillo
a petty sin; a trifling fault; a small sin.
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Vocab #11 Mrs. St. John English 10
ambiguous
ambivalent
apathetic
equivocal
Open to more than one interpretation ... Ben's eyes were an ambi…
Simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain... Amy felt…
Feeling or showing little emotion ... The apathetic students did…
Open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mis…
ambiguous
Open to more than one interpretation ... Ben's eyes were an ambi…
ambivalent
Simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain... Amy felt…
10 terms
Mrs. Lewis/ English AP 11 Vocabulary 9
alacrity
aplomb
barrage
cognizant
noun... brisk and cheerful readiness.... "she accepted the invitati…
noun... self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a deman…
noun... a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area.... s…
adjective... having knowledge or being aware of.... "statesmen must…
alacrity
noun... brisk and cheerful readiness.... "she accepted the invitati…
aplomb
noun... self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a deman…
15 terms
English 11 Flashcards For Mrs.Neece
acrimonious
assiduous
cacophony
cursory
angry and bitter | Adj
showing great care,attention, and effort | Adj
unpleasant loud noises | N
done or made hastily | Adj
acrimonious
angry and bitter | Adj
assiduous
showing great care,attention, and effort | Adj
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Mrs. Lewis/ AP 11 English Vocabulary 10
ambulatory
brazen
churlish
diffident
adjective... relating to or adapted for walking.... noun... a place…
adjective... 1.... bold and without shame.... "he went about his illeg…
adjective... rude in a mean-spirited and surly way.
adjective... modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence.
ambulatory
adjective... relating to or adapted for walking.... noun... a place…
brazen
adjective... 1.... bold and without shame.... "he went about his illeg…
16 terms
English 11 WOTD Mrs. Day
Amiable
Autonomous
Erratic
Enumerate
(Adj) agreeable: friendly, lovable
Not need support; being able to function without outside infl…
(Adj) Irregular; characterized by unpredictable behavior
(Verb) to list, mention one by one, to count off
Amiable
(Adj) agreeable: friendly, lovable
Autonomous
Not need support; being able to function without outside infl…
23 terms
Mrs. Clarkson - English 11 Vocabulary week 14
Baffle
Baffle
Condemn
Condemn
Noun, be a mystery or bewildering to
Verb, hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of
Verb, express strong disapproval of ('' we condemn the racism…
Verb, compel or force into a particular state or activity (''…
Baffle
Noun, be a mystery or bewildering to
Baffle
Verb, hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of
16 terms
English 11 final mrs k
Frankenstein
Beowulf
Great expectations
Hamlet
Mary shelley
Unknowm
Charles dickens
Shakespeare
Frankenstein
Mary shelley
Beowulf
Unknowm
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Mrs.Hunt WOTD English 11
Feign
Innuendo
Façade
Laudable
To pretend of fake
A subtle or indirect suggestion, especially and unfavorable i…
A false, superficial or artificial appearance
Worthy of praise; commendable
Feign
To pretend of fake
Innuendo
A subtle or indirect suggestion, especially and unfavorable i…
18 terms
English 11 Final - Mrs. Lane
Define "deferred"
Define "simile". Give an example.
What does the word "rhetorical" mean?
Read "A Dream Deferred" and identify t…
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...
...
...
Define "deferred"
...
Define "simile". Give an example.
...
20 terms
Mrs. Sward English Lesson 11
Inarticulate
Inscrutable
Wreak
Volition
Not uttered in distinct syllables or words, muttered
Mysterious
Inflict
Will
Inarticulate
Not uttered in distinct syllables or words, muttered
Inscrutable
Mysterious
16 terms
Mr. Scott English Vocab #11
Acrimony
Acumen
Banal
Reverence
angry and bitter feelings
think clearly and make good desicions
boring, ordinary
to hold a respect for someone/ something
Acrimony
angry and bitter feelings
Acumen
think clearly and make good desicions
10 terms
Mr. Randall English Vocabulary #11
Lapse
Tumult
Portentuous
Irreverent
A temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement
A loud confused noise
Done in a pompously or overly solemn manner to impress
Showing lack of respect for serious subjects
Lapse
A temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement
Tumult
A loud confused noise
57 terms
English 11 Mrs. Z midterm
The author's most important overall po…
Extended definitions should include...
saying something directly in a thesis…
A method of organizing information so…
main idea
examples, synonyms and antonyms, dictionary definitions
False
True
The author's most important overall po…
main idea
Extended definitions should include...
examples, synonyms and antonyms, dictionary definitions
English 11 Final Mrs. Tully
astute
equivocate
evanescent
irresolute
DEFINITION: Shrewd crafty showing practical wisdom SYNONYMS:…
DEFINITION: to speak or act in a way that allows for more tha…
DEFINITION: Vanishing soon passing away light airy SYNONYMS:…
DEFINITION: unable to make up one's mind hesitating SYNONYMS:…
astute
DEFINITION: Shrewd crafty showing practical wisdom SYNONYMS:…
equivocate
DEFINITION: to speak or act in a way that allows for more tha…
55 terms
English 11 Final Mrs. Tully
astute
equivocate
evanescent
irresolute
DEFINITION: Shrewd crafty showing practical wisdom SYNONYMS:…
DEFINITION: to speak or act in a way that allows for more tha…
DEFINITION: Vanishing soon passing away light airy SYNONYMS:…
DEFINITION: unable to make up one's mind hesitating SYNONYMS:…
astute
DEFINITION: Shrewd crafty showing practical wisdom SYNONYMS:…
equivocate
DEFINITION: to speak or act in a way that allows for more tha…
10 terms
Mrs. Inman - English I Vocabulary unit 11
Acrid
Callous
Gaffe
Conflagration
(adjective) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
(adjective) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
(noun) a verbal blunder; an accidentally inappropriate comment
(noun) a large destructive fire
Acrid
(adjective) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
Callous
(adjective) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
51 terms
Literary Terms Mrs Nartker, English 11
Antithesis
Anaphora
Aphorism
Apostrophe
Opposition or contrast of ideas or words in a parallel constr…
Type of parallelism with repitition of words or phrases at th…
A terse statement which addresses a general truth or principl…
an address to an absent or dead person, or to an object quali…
Antithesis
Opposition or contrast of ideas or words in a parallel constr…
Anaphora
Type of parallelism with repitition of words or phrases at th…
10 terms
Mrs. Inman - English 111 Vocabulary unit 11
Insidious
Esoteric
Impasse
Astute
Adjective, proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harm…
Adjective, designed for or understood by the specially initia…
Noun, a situation in which no progress is possible; a deadlock
Adjective, having or showing an ability to accurately assess…
Insidious
Adjective, proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harm…
Esoteric
Adjective, designed for or understood by the specially initia…
55 terms
English 11 Final Mrs.Z
Name and describe the work of Benétś t…
Before Jabez Stone had made his bargai…
During his lifetime, the judge who pre…
The judge and the jury disappear insta…
John Brown's Body, and it acknowledged as a minor American Cl…
luck
Man who had condemned witches
A rooster starts to crow
Name and describe the work of Benétś t…
John Brown's Body, and it acknowledged as a minor American Cl…
Before Jabez Stone had made his bargai…
luck
Mrs. Holmes English: Unit 11
Brevity
Comport
Concise
Demure
Shortness
To conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
Expressing much in a few words
Sober or serious in manner
Brevity
Shortness
Comport
To conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
10 terms
Mr Baird English 11 Vocabulary
Anthropomorphic
Captious
neologism
malediction
man shape
fault finding
new word
a curse
Anthropomorphic
man shape
Captious
fault finding
12 terms
Mr. FC English Vocab 11
multitudinous
equivocate
carouse
suborn
too numerous to be counted
be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or w…
engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking
incite to commit a crime or an evil deed
multitudinous
too numerous to be counted
equivocate
be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or w…
10 terms
Mrs. Lewis/ English 9th Grade Vocabulary 11
magnanimous
misanthrope
parsimonious
pundit
noble in mind; high-souled;... generous in overlooking... injury or…
a person who hates or mistrusts all people
unreasonably cheap or stingy
a person who has or... professes to have great... learning; actual…
magnanimous
noble in mind; high-souled;... generous in overlooking... injury or…
misanthrope
a person who hates or mistrusts all people
26 terms
Poe Vocab Words 11 English Mrs. Shortt
ponder
quaint
wrought
entreat
verb-- reflect deeply on a subject
adj-- strange in an interesting or pleasing way
verb-- shaped to fit by altering the contours of a pliable mass
verb-- ask for or request earnestly
ponder
verb-- reflect deeply on a subject
quaint
adj-- strange in an interesting or pleasing way
30 terms
English 11 mr lyden mooney
Modulate
Evolve
Perchance
Contingent
To adjust
To develop slowly
Perhaps
Conditional
Modulate
To adjust
Evolve
To develop slowly
10 terms
Mrs. J. Smith English Vocabulary #11
essential
identical
analyzing
careering
absolutely necessary
exactly alike; duplicate
Examining information and using logic to solve problems.
move headlong at high speed
essential
absolutely necessary
identical
exactly alike; duplicate
20 terms
English 11: Mrs. S list 8
insipid
lampoon
obsequious
prosaic
lacking flavor (tasteless/weak)
publicly criticize through ridicule, irony or sarcasm (ridicu…
excessively obedient or attentive to a servile degree (sycoph…
lacking poetic beauty (ordinary/commonplace)
insipid
lacking flavor (tasteless/weak)
lampoon
publicly criticize through ridicule, irony or sarcasm (ridicu…
20 terms
Mrs. Cooper English 111 Week 11 Words
abbreviate
hackneyed
camaraderie
deleterious
to shorten, abridge
cliched, worn out by overuse
trust, sociability among friends
harmful, destructive, detrimental
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
hackneyed
cliched, worn out by overuse
15 terms
English vocab 11 Mr. Brown
Ambivalent
Apathetic
Capricious
Whimsical
Simultaneously having opposite feeling; uncertain
Feeling or showing little emotion
Impulsive and unpredictable
Subject to erratic behavior; unpredictable
Ambivalent
Simultaneously having opposite feeling; uncertain
Apathetic
Feeling or showing little emotion
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