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English1HON Vocab 3A
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
n. opponent, antagonist
v. to turn away, separate
n. a skillful device, clever trick
v. to compel, force, intimidate
adversary
n. opponent, antagonist
alienate
v. to turn away, separate
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English1HON Vocab 3B
harass
inclement
muse
negligible
v. to disturb, annoy
adj. severe in attitude or action
v. to think about in a dreamy way
adj. so unimportant that it can be disregarded
harass
v. to disturb, annoy
inclement
adj. severe in attitude or action
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English1HON Vocab 1B
insidious
intimation
opulent
pliable
adj. intended to decieve or entrap, treacherous
n. a hint, indirect suggestion, clue
adj. wealthy, rich, lavish
adj. easily bent, flexible
insidious
adj. intended to decieve or entrap, treacherous
intimation
n. a hint, indirect suggestion, clue
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English1HON Vocab 1A
adulterate
augument
bereft
deploy
v. to make worse
v. to increase
adj. deprived of, made unhappy through a loss.
v. to position or arrange
adulterate
v. to make worse
augument
v. to increase
40 terms
Literary Devices
Alliteration
Allusion
Simile
Connotation
The repetition of beginning consonant sounds through a sequen…
A reference (either implied or stated) to mythology, the Bibl…
A comparison using "like" or "as".
The emotional meaning of a word. Opposite of denotation.
Alliteration
The repetition of beginning consonant sounds through a sequen…
Allusion
A reference (either implied or stated) to mythology, the Bibl…
21 terms
poetry terms
Alliteration
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
A comparison between 2 things using "like" or "as"
Comparison between two unlike things that does NOT contain li…
A description of a non-human as if it were human. (The clouds…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Simile
A comparison between 2 things using "like" or "as"
16 terms
Comma Rules
Rule 1 Compound Sentences
Rule 2: Items in a Series
Rule 3A: Nonessential Infinitive/Parti…
Rule 3B: Nonessential Adjective/Adverb…
used between two independent clauses w/ a conjunction (ex. an…
3 or more phrases, clauses, or objects. (ex. bananas, apples,…
Usually appears in the middle of sentence. Participial: verb…
Usually appears in the middle of sentence. Adj: who,whom,whos…
Rule 1 Compound Sentences
used between two independent clauses w/ a conjunction (ex. an…
Rule 2: Items in a Series
3 or more phrases, clauses, or objects. (ex. bananas, apples,…
7 terms
Comma Quiz 1
Robert Southbey is a dynamic creative…
Margaret Mead who is a disciple of Rut…
During the first half of our trip down…
The early experiences that Rachel Cars…
Robert Southbey is a dynamic, creative, young writer of conte…
Margaret Mead, who is a disciple of Ruth Benedict, is a noted…
During the first half of our trip down the Mississippi, all f…
The early experiences that Rachel Carson had as a biologist a…
Robert Southbey is a dynamic creative…
Robert Southbey is a dynamic, creative, young writer of conte…
Margaret Mead who is a disciple of Rut…
Margaret Mead, who is a disciple of Ruth Benedict, is a noted…
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Comma Quiz 2
While the hardcover edition of the boo…
On the day before out SAT exams our te…
Helen have you met Mr. Grantham the ne…
It is in my opinion an excellent book…
While the hardcover edition of the book was still on the best…
On the day before out SAT exams, our teacher suggested that w…
Helen, have you met Mr. Grantham, the new Spanish teacher? (6…
It is, in my opinion, an excellent book and should be read by…
While the hardcover edition of the boo…
While the hardcover edition of the book was still on the best…
On the day before out SAT exams our te…
On the day before out SAT exams, our teacher suggested that w…
120 terms
Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level G Units 1-6
Atrophy
Bastion
Concord
Consummate
(n.) The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progress…
(n.) A fortified place, stronghold
(n.) A state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact…
(adj.) Complete or perfect in the highest degree... (v.) To brin…
Atrophy
(n.) The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progress…
Bastion
(n.) A fortified place, stronghold
50 terms
Great Expectations: Character, Event Analysis, and Vocabulary
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Abel Magwitch
Miss Havisham
Estella Havisham (Magwitch)
Main protagonist; called Pip due to his lack of speaking skil…
The life-long convict Pip helped; exiled form England when he…
Daft old woman who was left by her fiance; uses her adopted d…
Daughter of Molly and Abel Magwitch; Adopted by Miss Havisham…
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Main protagonist; called Pip due to his lack of speaking skil…
Abel Magwitch
The life-long convict Pip helped; exiled form England when he…
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midterm important terms
mood
character trait
internal conflict
external conflict
the atmosphere created by the literature and accomplished thr…
a character's qualities shown through how they act ... what they…
A struggle between opposing needs, desires, or emotions withi…
A character struggles against some outside force: ... another ch…
mood
the atmosphere created by the literature and accomplished thr…
character trait
a character's qualities shown through how they act ... what they…
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