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English 11AP- Vocabulary List #2
Apathetic
Audacious
Benevolent
Caustic
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks; showin…
well meaning and kindly
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
Apathetic
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
Audacious
showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks; showin…
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11AP English: Voc.2 Synonyms
Electrify
Energize
Motivate
Provoke
Galvanized
Galvanized
Galvanized
Galvanized
Electrify
Galvanized
Energize
Galvanized
English 11AP Romantacism Rhetorical Terms
Allusion
Anaphora
Aphorism
Audience
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
A terse statement of known authorship, which expresses a gene…
listeners or spectators
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
Anaphora
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
English 11AP Literary Vocab 2
Onomatopoeia
Oxymoron
Paradox
Personificatoon
Words that imitate sounds
A figure of speech that combines two opposing or contradictor…
A statement that seems to be contradictory but actually prese…
A figure of speech in which a nonhuman subject is given human…
Onomatopoeia
Words that imitate sounds
Oxymoron
A figure of speech that combines two opposing or contradictor…
Week 7 Vocabulary English 11AP
idiom
infinitive
malapropism
non sequitur
an accepted phrase that is contrary to the usual language pat…
a verbal form that consists of "to" plus a verb
ridiculous misuse of a word for another one that sounds like it
a conclusion that does not follow from the evidence presented
idiom
an accepted phrase that is contrary to the usual language pat…
infinitive
a verbal form that consists of "to" plus a verb
English 11AP: Week 9 Vocab
Aggravate
Cliche
complexioned
criteria
to make worse; in formal English we avoid using aggravate to…
a much overused expression; a trite phase or idea (ie: dead a…
having a specified skin color
standards of judgement; rules for testing anything
Aggravate
to make worse; in formal English we avoid using aggravate to…
Cliche
a much overused expression; a trite phase or idea (ie: dead a…
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11AP English Vocal Set 1
petulant
transcend
meritorious
coalition
even-tempered, placid, serene; amiable
to repress, quash, squelch, stifle
blameworthy, reprehensible, discreditable
a splinter group
petulant
even-tempered, placid, serene; amiable
transcend
to repress, quash, squelch, stifle
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11AP English Vocal Set 1
intercede
hackneyed
approbation
innuendo
to plead on behalf of someone else; to serve as a third party…
used so often as to lack of freshness or originality
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference
intercede
to plead on behalf of someone else; to serve as a third party…
hackneyed
used so often as to lack of freshness or originality
30 terms
English 11AP- Vocabulary List #4
Buxom
Prodigious
Incandescent
Vehement
(of a women) plump, especially with large breasts
remarkably or impressively great in extent, size or degree
emitting light as a result of being heated
showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate or intense
Buxom
(of a women) plump, especially with large breasts
Prodigious
remarkably or impressively great in extent, size or degree
30 terms
English 11AP- Vocabulary List #1
Bombastic
Colloquial
Connotative
Denotative
adj. high-sounding but with little meaning
adj. used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal
adj. suggested or implied meaning
adj. a word that names or signifies something specific
Bombastic
adj. high-sounding but with little meaning
Colloquial
adj. used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal
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English 11AP Vocabulary List 3 (Feinberg)
Theme
Extended Metaphor
Paradox
Figurative Language
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
A statement that appears self-contradictory but reveals a kin…
Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of something…
Theme
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Extended Metaphor
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
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English 11AP Anglo Saxon Terms
Caesaura
Alliteration
Celts
Anglos, Saxons, and Jutes
Break or pause in literature
Term that Anglo Saxons used and meant to emphasize a certain…
The inhabitants of Great Britain a long time ago. The ones di…
From Scandinavia
Caesaura
Break or pause in literature
Alliteration
Term that Anglo Saxons used and meant to emphasize a certain…
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English11AP Vocabulary List 4 (Feinberg)
Mood
Style
Point of View
Symbolism
The prevailing atmosphere or emotional aura of a work. Settin…
The distinctive way in which a writer uses language. Styles c…
The perspective from which a story is told. 1st, 3rd limited,…
Anything that represents itself and stands for something else…
Mood
The prevailing atmosphere or emotional aura of a work. Settin…
Style
The distinctive way in which a writer uses language. Styles c…
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English 11AP Mier Vocab 6
abase
blithe
connate
coalesce
(v) to humiliate, degrade
(adj) carefree
(adj) existing naturally, innate
(v) to fuse into a whole
abase
(v) to humiliate, degrade
blithe
(adj) carefree
20 terms
11AP English- Vocab 11 and 12
Beseech
Cajole
Elicit
Enjoin
To request earnestly; to implore or beg
To urge with gentle, repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery;…
To bring out or call forth
a. To direct or order with authority... b. To prohibit or forbid
Beseech
To request earnestly; to implore or beg
Cajole
To urge with gentle, repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery;…
85 terms
English 11AP Analysis and Argument Mid-term
alliteration
alliteration
ad hominen
ad hominem
repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
"Let us go forth to lead the land we love..."
Latin for "to the man," this fallacy refers to the specific d…
If you argue that a park in your community should not be reno…
alliteration
repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
alliteration
"Let us go forth to lead the land we love..."
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First Vocab Quiz English 11AP
rhetoric
rhetorical triangle
Aristotelian triangle
ethos
refers to the entire process of written communication. Strate…
a diagram that represents a rhetorical situation as the relat…
a diagram that represents a rhetorical situation as the relat…
A Greek term referring to the character of a person; credibil…
rhetoric
refers to the entire process of written communication. Strate…
rhetorical triangle
a diagram that represents a rhetorical situation as the relat…
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English 11AP semester 1 final
Anaphora
Epistrophe
Anastrophe
Anthimeria
The repetition of a word at the beginnings of successive clau…
The repetition of a word at the ends of successive clauses or…
The inversion of the usual order of words or clauses
Using one part of speech as another, such as a noun as a verb
Anaphora
The repetition of a word at the beginnings of successive clau…
Epistrophe
The repetition of a word at the ends of successive clauses or…
12 terms
English 11AP Andersen Rhetorical Fallacies
Scare Tactics
Bandwagon Appeals
Slippery Slope
Either/Or (False Dichotomy)
Frighten the shit out of people people and force them into ag…
Everyone else is doing it, asshat
One thing will lead to another, damn it (often disastrous)
Complicated issues given only two courses of action. what the f
Scare Tactics
Frighten the shit out of people people and force them into ag…
Bandwagon Appeals
Everyone else is doing it, asshat
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English 11AP Midterm- Vocab to Know
Affection
Pomp
cant
slipshod
an effort to appear to have a quality not really or fully pos…
stately or splendid display
insincere
careless, untidy
Affection
an effort to appear to have a quality not really or fully pos…
Pomp
stately or splendid display
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English 11AP - Vocabulary List #4
Transgress
Inexorable
Efface
Expurgate
(v) to violate, go over a limit
(adj) incapable of being persuaded or placated
(v) to wipe out, obliterate, rub away
(v) to remove offensive or incorrect parts, usually of a book
Transgress
(v) to violate, go over a limit
Inexorable
(adj) incapable of being persuaded or placated
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English 11AP Vocabulary List 3
Theme
Extended Metaphor
Paradox
Figurative Language
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
A statement that appears self-contradictory but reveals a kin…
Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of something…
Theme
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Extended Metaphor
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
20 terms
English 11AP Vocabulary List #11
allege
alleviate
allocate
alloy
(v) to assert without proof
(v) to relieve; to make bearable
(v) to distribute; to assign
(n) a combination of two or more things, usually metals
allege
(v) to assert without proof
alleviate
(v) to relieve; to make bearable
20 terms
English 11AP Vocabulary for Achievement Lesson 3-4
evolve
immutable
inveterate
malleable
v. to develop gradually; to come forth gradually into being;…
adj. not mutable; unchangeable; changeless
adj. settled or confirmed in a habit, practice, feeling, or t…
adj. capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or by p…
evolve
v. to develop gradually; to come forth gradually into being;…
immutable
adj. not mutable; unchangeable; changeless
15 terms
11AP English words 1-15
Apathy
Obscure
Impartial
Objective
Lack of emotion ot interest
Unclear; clouded:partially hidden; hard to understand
Unbiased/ indifferent
Without bias/ clear
Apathy
Lack of emotion ot interest
Obscure
Unclear; clouded:partially hidden; hard to understand
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English 11AP Vocab List 2
ambivalent
caustic
didactic
esoteric
having mixed, uncertain, or conflicting feelings about someth…
very sarcastic and intended to mock, offend, or belittle some…
instructive; too lecture-driven to the point of being preachy
meant for only the select few who have special knowledge; sec…
ambivalent
having mixed, uncertain, or conflicting feelings about someth…
caustic
very sarcastic and intended to mock, offend, or belittle some…
English 11AP Vocab quiz 3
Theme
Extended metaphor
Paradox
Figurative Language
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
A statement that appears self-contradictory but reveals a kin…
Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of something…
Theme
Insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work;…
Extended metaphor
Metaphor that is developed over a number of lines with severa…
21 terms
ENGLISH 11AP Frederick Douglass Vocab
Endowed (adj), endow (v)
Want (n)
Impertinent (adj)
Invariably (adv)
Provided or supplied or equipped with, bestowed or granted
Lack, shortage
Disrespectful, rude to an elder or superior
Describing something that never changes or varies, completely…
Endowed (adj), endow (v)
Provided or supplied or equipped with, bestowed or granted
Want (n)
Lack, shortage
10 terms
English11AP Vocab List 1
aphorism
logos
pathos
ethos
A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
An appeal to the audience's emotions through the use of highl…
An appeal to the audience's sense of ethics through fair lang…
aphorism
A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
logos
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
20 terms
English 11AP Vocabulary for Achievement Lesson 1-2
annotation
appellation
eponym
linguistics
n. a critical or explanatory note or body of notes added to a…
n. a name, title, or designation; the act of naming
n. a person, real or imaginary, from whom something, as a tri…
n. the science of language, including phonetics, phonology, m…
annotation
n. a critical or explanatory note or body of notes added to a…
appellation
n. a name, title, or designation; the act of naming
English11AP Vocab List 1
aphorism
logos
pathos
ethos
A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
An appeal to the audience's emotions through the use of highl…
An appeal to the audience's sense of ethics through fair lang…
aphorism
A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
logos
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
10 terms
English11AP Vocab List 1
aphorism
logos
pathos
ethos
a brief observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
An appeal to the audience's emotions through the use of highl…
An appeal to the audience's sense of ethics through fair lang…
aphorism
a brief observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
logos
An appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
33 terms
Colonial Period Test, English 11AP
anecdote
analogy
imagery
metaphor
A short narrative detailing particulars of an interesting epi…
Illustration of an idea y means of a more familiar idea that…
Description that appeals to the 5 senses.
Comparison of 2 unlike things.
anecdote
A short narrative detailing particulars of an interesting epi…
analogy
Illustration of an idea y means of a more familiar idea that…
20 terms
Vocab Set 2 (English 11AP)
Adverse
Aesthetic
Affable
Affectation
Unfavorable, Antagonistic
Having to do with artistic beauty
Easy to talk to, friendly
Unnatural or artificial behavior
Adverse
Unfavorable, Antagonistic
Aesthetic
Having to do with artistic beauty
20 terms
Vocab Week 6 (English 11AP)
Loquacious
Magnanimous
Malaise
Maudlin
adj. talking a lot, or too much
adj. forgiving, generous
n. a feeling of depression or uneasiness
adj. silly and overly sentimental
Loquacious
adj. talking a lot, or too much
Magnanimous
adj. forgiving, generous
109 terms
English 11AP All Sem. 1 Vocab Compiled
Juxtapose
Acquiesce
Denigrate
Abridge
to place close together or side by side, especially for compa…
to agree without protesting
to belittle, diminish the opinion of
to cut down, shorten
Juxtapose
to place close together or side by side, especially for compa…
Acquiesce
to agree without protesting
12 terms
English 11AP ITW Chapters 1-3
Sonorous (adj)
Congenial (adj)
Meander (v)
Rampart (n)
Loud, deep, or resonant, as a pleasing sound
Agreeable, suitable, or pleasing in nature or character
To proceed by or taking a winding or indirect course
A broad elevation or mound of earth raised as a fortification…
Sonorous (adj)
Loud, deep, or resonant, as a pleasing sound
Congenial (adj)
Agreeable, suitable, or pleasing in nature or character
15 terms
English 11AP 3rd tri week six
Inscrutable
Insidious
Intrepid
Lucid
Mysterious; not able to be understood
Treacherous; crafty; more dangerous than is apparent
Very brave; dauntless; bold
Clear; easily understood; mentally sound
Inscrutable
Mysterious; not able to be understood
Insidious
Treacherous; crafty; more dangerous than is apparent
15 terms
English 11AP 3rd Tri Week Five Vocab
altruistic
asinine
astute
bawdy
unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others
stupid or silly
shrewd; keen in judgement; cunning
indecent; obscene
altruistic
unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others
asinine
stupid or silly
18 terms
English 11AP Third Tri Week Three Vocab
nomad
oracle
pacifist
paragon
a wanderer without a fixed home
one who makes wise or prophetic statements
one who opposed to war and violence or who, as a matter of co…
one who is a model of excellence
nomad
a wanderer without a fixed home
oracle
one who makes wise or prophetic statements
18 terms
English 11AP Third Tri Week Two Vocab
bigot
braggart
buffoon
bungler
a narrow-minded, prejudiced person
a very boastful person
somebody who is always clowning around and trying to be funny
a clumsy, blundering fellow
bigot
a narrow-minded, prejudiced person
braggart
a very boastful person
15 terms
English 11ap week 3 review vocab
inscrutable
insidious
intrepid
lucid
mysterious, not able to be understood
treacherous, crafty,more dangerous than is apparent
very brave, dauntless, bold
clear, easily understood, mentally sound
inscrutable
mysterious, not able to be understood
insidious
treacherous, crafty,more dangerous than is apparent
10 terms
English 11AP Vocabulary Set 2 20-40
Chiasmus
Christ Archetype
Climax
Conflict
A rhetorical device in which gramatical constructions are rep…
Author uses to draw allusions between a character and Jesus…
A sequence of ideas in order of increasing importance
Struggle in a story that triggers action... Ex: Person Vs. Pers…
Chiasmus
A rhetorical device in which gramatical constructions are rep…
Christ Archetype
Author uses to draw allusions between a character and Jesus…
English 11AP vocab/tone words list 1
Juxtapose
Acquiese
Denigrate
Abridge
To place close together or side by side especially for compar…
To agree without protesting
To belittle, diminish the opinion of
To cut down, shorten
Juxtapose
To place close together or side by side especially for compar…
Acquiese
To agree without protesting
21 terms
English 11AP vocab (January 16-20)
Sagacious
Sanctimonious
Sardonic
Scrutinize
Discerning, shrewd
Pretending to be devout
Mocking, scornful
To examine carefully
Sagacious
Discerning, shrewd
Sanctimonious
Pretending to be devout
English 11AP semester 1 vocab final
aphorism
logos
pathos
tone
a terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
an appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
an appeal to the audience's emotions through the use of highl…
describes the author's attitude toward his material, the audi…
aphorism
a terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
logos
an appeal to the audience's sense of reason or logic through…
124 terms
English 11AP All Sem. 1 Vocab Sentences
juxtaposition
acquiesced
denigrate
abridged
The interior designer admired my _______ of the yellow couch…
Though Mr. Correlli wanted to stay outside and work in his ga…
The company decided that its advertisements would no longer _…
The publisher thought the dictionary was too long and _______…
juxtaposition
The interior designer admired my _______ of the yellow couch…
acquiesced
Though Mr. Correlli wanted to stay outside and work in his ga…
10 terms
literary terms 8/18 English 11ap
ad hominem argument
allegory
alliteration
allusion
latin: "to or against the man", argument appealing to emotion…
story or picture with a hidden meaning
repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds in…
direct or indirect reference to something which is presumably…
ad hominem argument
latin: "to or against the man", argument appealing to emotion…
allegory
story or picture with a hidden meaning
11 terms
ENGLISH 11AP TEST 10/26/15
Antithesis
Zeugma
Alliteration
Anaphora
A juxtaposition of contrasting ideas in parallel structure. I…
Use of two different words in a grammatically similar way tha…
Repetition of consonant sounds in a sequence of words, often…
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
Antithesis
A juxtaposition of contrasting ideas in parallel structure. I…
Zeugma
Use of two different words in a grammatically similar way tha…
English 11AP vocab 2 tri: Week 2
haggle
heckle
immobilize
impeach
to argue in petty fashion about terms and prices
to harass with questions and sarcastic remarks
to make unable to move; to fix in place
to accuse an official wrongdoing
haggle
to argue in petty fashion about terms and prices
heckle
to harass with questions and sarcastic remarks
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