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English 2 Lesson 11
gadfly
grandiloquent
arduous
humility
n. an irritating and persistent person.
adj. pompous or high-flown speech.
adj. difficult; requiring much effort.
n. absence of vanity; humbleness.
gadfly
n. an irritating and persistent person.
grandiloquent
adj. pompous or high-flown speech.
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Caesar's English 2: Lesson 1
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
10 terms
English 2 Lesson 1
to tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in…
arrogant and stubborn about one's beli…
lacking flavor; dull and not stimulating
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; to reveal
divulge
to assist or encourage, especially in…
abet
English 2 Lesson 5
rancor
inexorable
extol
clement
extreme hatred or ill will
unrelenting; unavoidable
to praise highly
merciful;lenient
rancor
extreme hatred or ill will
inexorable
unrelenting; unavoidable
English 2 Lesson 4
bigot
expunge
candid
argot
one who is intolerant of differences in others
to erase or eliminate
outspoken; blunt
special words or phrases used by a specific group of people
bigot
one who is intolerant of differences in others
expunge
to erase or eliminate
English 2 Lesson 7
cynical
ambivalent
demagogue
demure
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing,…
a leader who appeals to citizens
quiet and modest; reserved
cynical
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
ambivalent
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing,…
English 2 Lesson 3
avarice
furtive
bacchanalian
extradite
greed; desire for wealth
stealthy; secretive
wild and drunken
to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction
avarice
greed; desire for wealth
furtive
stealthy; secretive
English 2 Lesson 6
condone
nuance
connoisseur
enigma
to forgive or overlook an offense
a slight or subtle degree of difference
an expert in matters of culture, food, wine
a mystery; something seemingly inexplicable
condone
to forgive or overlook an offense
nuance
a slight or subtle degree of difference
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English 2 Lesson 10
expound
cajole
inscrutible
balk
to explain in detail; to clarify.
to persuade with false promise and flattery.
not easily understood;hard to fathom.
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify.
cajole
to persuade with false promise and flattery.
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English 2: Lesson 1
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
a word formed from the frist letter of each word in a series
noun: a prefix or suffix... verb: to attach a part to the beginn…
the invention of new words; an invented word or phase; the ma…
typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym
a word formed from the frist letter of each word in a series
affix
noun: a prefix or suffix... verb: to attach a part to the beginn…
English 3 Lesson 2
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
the crime of holding a belief that goes against established d…
easy to teach or manage
drink, especially an alcoholic one
a hated, repellent person of thing; a formal curse
heresy
the crime of holding a belief that goes against established d…
docile
easy to teach or manage
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Caesar's English 1 Lesson 2
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep; entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge
obvious; to make clear or evident to the eye or the understan…
huge; extraordinary in size, amount, degree, extent, force, e…
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep; entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge
5 terms
Caesar's English 2 Lesson 5
loco
sur
alter
contra
place
over
other
against
loco
place
sur
over
20 terms
English II Honors Lesson #2
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
to stop proceedings temporarily; postpone; discontinue
a citizen of another country; foreign strange; exotic
having a pleasing appearance; attractive; pretty
to make up for; to repay; recompense
adjourn
to stop proceedings temporarily; postpone; discontinue
alien
a citizen of another country; foreign strange; exotic
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English 12 Lesson 2
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; indifferent
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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English 2 - Lesson 3
curtail
discriminate
discrimination
espionage
to cut short or reduce
1. to make or recognize clear distinctions... 2. to treat in a l…
1. the recognizing of clear distinctions... 2. the act of making…
the act of spying, especially a government spy obtaining secr…
curtail
to cut short or reduce
discriminate
1. to make or recognize clear distinctions... 2. to treat in a l…
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Caesar's English 2 - Lesson 2
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
to appease
ridicule
full of life
to acquire
placate
to appease
derision
ridicule
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Caesar's English-Lesson 2
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
Lesson 3 English 2
building
lily
picture
pretty
building
lily
English 2: Lesson 7
Girth
Chagrin
Auditory
Resilient
Measurement around the middle of something especially a waist.
Embarrassment at having failed or being humiliated.
Of or relating to the sense of hearing
Able to recover quickly form difficult conditions/able to spr…
Girth
Measurement around the middle of something especially a waist.
Chagrin
Embarrassment at having failed or being humiliated.
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Lesson 2 English Vocabulary
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
Not consistent
Large in space or amount
To lose through some thought; to be forced to give up by way…
dialog
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
erratic
Not consistent
10 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 1 and Lesson 2
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
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Lesson 14: English 2
levity
hoax
amicable
mundane
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... syn: frivolity…
a practical joke; a trick... syn: fraud; fake
friendly; peaceable... syn: agreeable, amiable... ant: quarrelsome;…
commonplace; earthly and not spiritual... syn: boring... ant: unique
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... syn: frivolity…
hoax
a practical joke; a trick... syn: fraud; fake
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Lesson 12: English 2
altercation
sanction
hyperbole
ominous
a heated argument... syn: quarrel; dispute... ant: agreement; harmony
permission; support
extreme exaggeration for effect and not meant to be taken lit…
threatening; foreboding evil... syn: sinister... ant: comforting
altercation
a heated argument... syn: quarrel; dispute... ant: agreement; harmony
sanction
permission; support
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Lesson 8: English 2
abhor
dole
gamut
extrovert
to detest; to hate strongly... syn: despise, loathe... ant: love, a…
to distribute; to give out sparingly... ant: hoard
the whole range or extent
one who is outgoing; one who is energized rather than drained…
abhor
to detest; to hate strongly... syn: despise, loathe... ant: love, a…
dole
to distribute; to give out sparingly... ant: hoard
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Lesson 13: English 2
inert
circumvent
deprecate
adulation
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... syn: dormant; passi…
to get around; to bypass... syn: avoid
to express strong disapproval of... syn: deplore... ant: approve; p…
excessive praise or admiration... syn: flattery, adoration... ant:…
inert
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... syn: dormant; passi…
circumvent
to get around; to bypass... syn: avoid
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Lesson 10: English 2
expound
acrimony
exult
omniscient
to explain in detail; to clarify... syn: elaborate... ant: muddle;…
ill-natured, bitter hostility... syn: animosity... ant: friendliness
to rejoice; to feel triumphant... syn: celebrate
having unlimited knowledge; all-knowing
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify... syn: elaborate... ant: muddle;…
acrimony
ill-natured, bitter hostility... syn: animosity... ant: friendliness
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Lesson 9: English 2
enhance
magnanimous
collaborate
impeccable
to increase the value or beauty of something... syn: improve, he…
noble; generous in forgiving; free from petty feelings or act…
to work with another toward a goal... syn: cooperate
faultless; without sin or blemish... syn: immaculate, faultless,…
enhance
to increase the value or beauty of something... syn: improve, he…
magnanimous
noble; generous in forgiving; free from petty feelings or act…
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Lesson 11: English 2
avid
humility
gargantuan
arduous
enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: voracious... ant: apathe…
absence of vanity; humbleness... syn: modesty... ant: vanity; arrog…
of huge or extraordinary size and power... syn: gigantic; huge... a…
difficult; requiring much effort... syn: strenuous, laborious... an…
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested... syn: voracious... ant: apathe…
humility
absence of vanity; humbleness... syn: modesty... ant: vanity; arrog…
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Lesson 2: English 2
heresy
docile
banter
castigate
the act of holding a belief that goes against established doc…
easy to teach or manage... syn: submissive; compliant... ant: unman…
teasing; playful conversation... syn: joshing; badinage; railler…
to criticize or punish severely... syn: reprimand; chastise; sco…
heresy
the act of holding a belief that goes against established doc…
docile
easy to teach or manage... syn: submissive; compliant... ant: unman…
25 terms
Caesar's English - Lessons 1-5, Book 2
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
15 terms
English 2 Lesson 2
pariah
fluent
cavort
pedagogue
a social outcast
able to express oneself easily and clearly
to leap about in a sprightly manner; to romp
a schoolteacher
pariah
a social outcast
fluent
able to express oneself easily and clearly
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English 2 Lesson 2 Vocabulary
Accustom
Alert
Assign
Budge
To make familiar.
Watchful; wide-awake.
To select for a position or for what has to be done.
To move or shift.
Accustom
To make familiar.
Alert
Watchful; wide-awake.
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English 10 Lesson 2
altercation
ambivalent
amicable
anathema
noun-a heated argument
adj-being uncertain; unable to decide between two opposing po…
adj-friendly, peaceable
noun-something that is disliked, cursed; a person cursed
altercation
noun-a heated argument
ambivalent
adj-being uncertain; unable to decide between two opposing po…
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Caesar's English (Lesson 13) (Book 2)
obsequious
ignominy
acquiescence
impassive
cringing, submissive
disgrace
passive compliance
expressionless, without emotion
obsequious
cringing, submissive
ignominy
disgrace
36 terms
English lesson #2
prefixes
un
dis
im
we use to change, the meaning. they never change the part of…
cooked
approve
pacient
prefixes
we use to change, the meaning. they never change the part of…
un
cooked
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English 2 Lesson 16
Quantative
Zenith
Astute
Recur
capable of being measured
the highest point
showing a clever mind
to happen or appear again
Quantative
capable of being measured
Zenith
the highest point
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English 2 lesson 2
Antiquity
Electorate
Ethical
Excerpt
something old, ancient
person who has the right to vote
follow the rules right or wrong
selected passage or part
Antiquity
something old, ancient
Electorate
person who has the right to vote
English 2 lesson 2
paupers
excerpt
analogy
ethical
a person who is very POOR
a SELECTED PASSAGE.
a likeness between different things; a similarity COMPARISON
pertaining to right and wrong; MORAL
paupers
a person who is very POOR
excerpt
a SELECTED PASSAGE.
20 terms
Caesar's English Lesson #2
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
To appease (satisfy)
To ridicule
Full of life
To acquire
placate
To appease (satisfy)
derision
To ridicule
Ceasers English 2 lesson 2
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
to appease
ridicule
full of life
to acquire
placate
to appease
derision
ridicule
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Lesson 2 English Vocabulary
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
Not consistent
Large in space or amount
To lose through some thought; to be forced to give up by way…
dialog
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
erratic
Not consistent
English 2 Lesson 1 Vocabulary
consider
minute
accord
evident
Verb... Deem to be or thought to be
Adjective ... Infinitely or immeasurably small
Noun... Concurrence or agreement of opinion
Adjective... Something that is clearly revealed
consider
Verb... Deem to be or thought to be
minute
Adjective ... Infinitely or immeasurably small
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English Vocab Lessons 2
Genealogy
Genocide
Genre
Genteel
a record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
the planned annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
a type, class, or category, especially of fine art or literat…
well-mannered; refined; polite (sometimes used to mean "false…
Genealogy
a record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
Genocide
the planned annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
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English 9 Lesson 2
acrophobia
agoraphobia
audiophile
balletomania
abnormal fear of being in high places
abnormal fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas
one especially interested in high-fidelity sound reproduction
extreme enthusiasm for the ballet
acrophobia
abnormal fear of being in high places
agoraphobia
abnormal fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas
Lesson 2 Traditional - English
同屋
被子
毯子
roommate
to put
comforter; quilt
blanket
同屋
roommate
to put
English for you 2 (Lesson 3)
za
lavička
keř
koláč
behind
bench
bush
cake
za
behind
lavička
bench
Lesson 2 Simplified - English
同屋
被子
毯子
roommate
to put
comforter; quilt
blanket
同屋
roommate
to put
20 terms
Caesar's English 2: Lesson 2
placate
derision
vivacious
procure
to appease
ridicule
full of life
to acquire
placate
to appease
derision
ridicule
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English 2 Lesson 2
adjudicate
centennial
countenance
disgruntle
To hear and decide judicially; to judge.
A one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration.
1.A person's face; the expression on a person's face.... 2. Supp…
To make dissatisfied; to put in a bad mood.
adjudicate
To hear and decide judicially; to judge.
centennial
A one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration.
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