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English 2 Vocabulary 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; dull;not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell; reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
Unit 3 Vocabulary: English 2
despotic
disdain
haughty
imperious
Used to describe a ruler who governs with brute force, not th…
to treat something or someone with disrespect or hatred; to t…
Arrogant; Full of pride (not in a good way)
bossy; demanding; commanding
despotic
Used to describe a ruler who governs with brute force, not th…
disdain
to treat something or someone with disrespect or hatred; to t…
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8th English Vocabulary 2
iridescent
pauper
reconciliation
reiterated
showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from di…
a very poor person
the restoration of friendly relations
say something again or a number of times, typically for empha…
iridescent
showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from di…
pauper
a very poor person
1,024 terms
Advanced English Vocabulary 2
spur
verged
entrenched
spur-of-the-moment
It provided the ____ to further research. ... (a fact or event t…
Many of Lewis's activities ________ on the illegal. ... (to be…
In the small towns racial prejudice was deeply __________. ... (…
Today its message seemed less equivocal, and the accompanying…
spur
It provided the ____ to further research. ... (a fact or event t…
verged
Many of Lewis's activities ________ on the illegal. ... (to be…
5 terms
Vocabulary Week 2 - English II
abate
digression
emulate
ostentatious
become less in amount or intensity
a message that departs from the main subject
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating
intended to attract notice and impress others
abate
become less in amount or intensity
digression
a message that departs from the main subject
Vocabulary #2 (English 2)
quad- [tetra-]
penta- [quin-]
hexa-
septa- [hepta-]
four
five
six
seven
quad- [tetra-]
four
penta- [quin-]
five
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words English 2
abate (v.)
balk (v.)
calamity (n.)
debase (v.)
to reduce or lessen
to stop or block abruptly
an event with disastrous consequences
to lower the quality or esteem of something
abate (v.)
to reduce or lessen
balk (v.)
to stop or block abruptly
5 terms
English 11: Vocabulary #2
slipshod
nefarious
precursor
impregnable
showing a lack of care or thought
wicked or criminal
a person or thing that comes before another of a similar kind
unable to be captured or... broken into
slipshod
showing a lack of care or thought
nefarious
wicked or criminal
English II Vocabulary #2
paternal
ethical
excerpt
prophetic
adj. inherited from or related through one's father; fatherly
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
adj. relating to someone or something that foretells events
paternal
adj. inherited from or related through one's father; fatherly
ethical
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
100 terms
English 2 Vocabulary
abhor
acquiesce
amicable
apathy
to regard or view with disgust
to give in
characterized by friendly goodwill
lack of feeling or interest
abhor
to regard or view with disgust
acquiesce
to give in
20 terms
English 8 Vocabulary 2
accord
accurate
agent
clarity
agreement
exact
representative
clearness
accord
agreement
accurate
exact
English 2 Critical Vocabulary
compulsion
implicit
reaffirmation
resilience
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly
(adj) implied, not stated directly; involved in the very esse…
To affirm or assert again
the personal strength that helps most people cope with stress…
compulsion
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly
implicit
(adj) implied, not stated directly; involved in the very esse…
10 terms
English 8 Vocabulary #2
dispense
tumult
imperative
negligent
(v) to distribute or administer; to do without; to do away wi…
(n) a violent or noisy commotion of a crowd; a disorderly dis…
(adj) absolutely necessary; urgent; commanding... (n) command
(adj) guilty of neglect; failing to show proper care or caution
dispense
(v) to distribute or administer; to do without; to do away wi…
tumult
(n) a violent or noisy commotion of a crowd; a disorderly dis…
18 terms
English 2 - Week 2 Vocabulary
son
daughter
husband
wife
son
daughter
10 terms
Unit 2 English Vocabulary
Trenchant
Procrastinate
Roster
Impede
(adj.) incisive, keen; forceful, effective; cutting, caustic;…
(v.) to delay, put off until later
a list of names
To obstruct or interfere with; to delay
Trenchant
(adj.) incisive, keen; forceful, effective; cutting, caustic;…
Procrastinate
(v.) to delay, put off until later
English 1-2 Vocabulary
Abstain
Disclose
Procure
Oblivious
To freely choose not to commit an action.
To reveal or to make public.
To obtain or to acquire.
Lacking consciousness or awareness.
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action.
Disclose
To reveal or to make public.
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INCREDIBLE ENGLISH VOCABULARY 2
SOFA
CUPBOARD
CHAIR
RUG
KANAPA
SZAFKA
KRZESŁO
DYWAN
SOFA
KANAPA
CUPBOARD
SZAFKA
English I Vocabulary #2
meander
hideous
belligerent
inflammation
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
adj. horrible; disgusting; repulsive; ugly
adj. aggressive; warlike
n. redness, heat, and painfulness as a result of injury or in…
meander
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
hideous
adj. horrible; disgusting; repulsive; ugly
30 terms
English Q2 Vocabulary
Memoir
fact
opinion
persuade
A historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
Something that is true and can be proven.
This is a person's thoughts and feelings about a topic or bel…
To convince or change someone's idea or thinking about a spec…
Memoir
A historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
fact
Something that is true and can be proven.
15 terms
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.
12 terms
Vocabulary Unit 3 English 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
(adj.) peaceable, friendly
(adj.) having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive; (n.…
adroit
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
amicable
(adj.) peaceable, friendly
12 terms
English Vocabulary 2.104
winter
spring
summer
autumn
the cold season
the season when things grow
the hot season
the season when the leaves change colours
winter
the cold season
spring
the season when things grow
Vocabulary #5 (English 2)
un-
dys-
mal-
mis-
not, reverse of
not normal
bad
wrongly, badly
un-
not, reverse of
dys-
not normal
Vocabulary #4 (English 2)
a- [an-]
il-
im- [in-]
ir-
not, without
not
not
not
a- [an-]
not, without
il-
not
Vocabulary #3 (English 2)
octa-
nona-
deca-
octagon
eight
nine
ten
a polygon having eight angles and eight sides
octa-
eight
nona-
nine
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English Vocabulary 2.102
April
May
June
July
The month after March when we have Songkran.
T. David's Birthday is in this month. It comes right after Ap…
This month comes before July.
The 4th of this month is a special day in America. It comes a…
April
The month after March when we have Songkran.
May
T. David's Birthday is in this month. It comes right after Ap…
Vocabulary #9 (English 2)
multi-
iso-
pan-
multifaceted
many
equal
whole
having many aspects or phases
multi-
many
iso-
equal
Vocabulary #6 (English 2)
anti-
contra-
counter-
dis-
against, opposite
against
against, in opposition
the reverse of
anti-
against, opposite
contra-
against
Vocabulary #7 (English 2)
pro-
co- [com-] [con-]
sub-
super-
forward, before, in favor of
together, with
under
above
pro-
forward, before, in favor of
co- [com-] [con-]
together, with
Vocabulary #15 (English 2)
pre-
retro-
proto-
re-
earlier, before
backward
earliest, original
back, again
pre-
earlier, before
retro-
backward
Vocabulary #14 (English 2)
ante-
fore-
neo-
post-
before
previously, in front of
new, recent
after, later
ante-
before
fore-
previously, in front of
Vocabulary #1 (English 2)
uni-
mono-
bi- [di-] [do-]
tri-
single, one
single, one, alone
two
three
uni-
single, one
mono-
single, one, alone
Vocabulary #8 (English 2)
micro-
semi- [hemi-]
poly-
omni-
small
half
many
all
micro-
small
semi- [hemi-]
half
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Advanced English Vocabulary 2
spur
verged
entrenched
spur-of-the-moment
It provided the ____ to further research. ... (a fact or event t…
Many of Lewis's activities ________ on the illegal. ... (to be…
In the small towns racial prejudice was deeply __________. ... (…
Today its message seemed less equivocal, and the accompanying…
spur
It provided the ____ to further research. ... (a fact or event t…
verged
Many of Lewis's activities ________ on the illegal. ... (to be…
Vocabulary #11 (English 2)
dia-
ex-
extra-
ultra-
through, across
out of, away from
outside, beyond
beyond
dia-
through, across
ex-
out of, away from
Vocabulary #10 (English 2)
ab-
ad-
circum-
de-
away from
to, toward, nearness, against
around
down, away from, off
ab-
away from
ad-
to, toward, nearness, against
Vocabulary #12 (English 2)
hyper-
hypo-
infra-
intra-
extra, beyond, over
under, below
below, underneath
inside of, within
hyper-
extra, beyond, over
hypo-
under, below
15 terms
English II Vocabulary 2
entreat
recompense
sufficed
reproach
(v) beg; plead with
(v) repay; reward
(adj) satisfied; had a need met
(v) scold; express disapproval
entreat
(v) beg; plead with
recompense
(v) repay; reward
Vocabulary #13 (English 2)
mid-
peri-
para-
trans-
middle
all around
alongside, similar
across, through
mid-
middle
peri-
all around
15 terms
English 1 C2 Vocabulary
bemoan
misogynist
abhor
talisman
(v.) express discontent or sorrow over
(n.) someone who hates women
(v.) hate
(n.) an object with magical powers to bring good luck
bemoan
(v.) express discontent or sorrow over
misogynist
(n.) someone who hates women
30 terms
English 2 Fair Play Vocabulary
attitude
bully
challenge
confront
noun... An _____ is the way you feel about something or the way…
noun... A _____ is a person who is repeatedly mean to other peop…
Verb... To _____ is to try and do something difficult or to comp…
verb... To _____ means to meet someone face-to-face to solve a p…
attitude
noun... An _____ is the way you feel about something or the way…
bully
noun... A _____ is a person who is repeatedly mean to other peop…
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
150 terms
English Vocabulary #2
nub
onslaught
ordain
outstrip
(n) the central point or heart of a matter; a knob
(n) a violent attack; a sudden rush of something
(v) to establish by law; to order or command; to appoint as a…
(v) to get ahead of, do better than, exceed
nub
(n) the central point or heart of a matter; a knob
onslaught
(n) a violent attack; a sudden rush of something
English Vocabulary Unit 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombtastic
Callow
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
(adj.) Pompous or overblown in langage; full of high-sounding…
(adj.) Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Ameliorate
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
Vocabulary 2 English 2
Abdicate
Blunder
Comply
Jubilant
to give up responsibility for
a mistake
to obey another's command, request, rule, or wish
joyful and triumphant
Abdicate
to give up responsibility for
Blunder
a mistake
120 terms
Honors English 2 Vocabulary
Acquiesce (v.)
Condone (v.)
Exacerbate (v.)
Placate (v.)
to accept something reluctantly, but without protest; without…
to forgive; to approve
to make a problem worse; to worsen
to make less angry or hostile
Acquiesce (v.)
to accept something reluctantly, but without protest; without…
Condone (v.)
to forgive; to approve
32 terms
English 2 Unit 1 Think Again Vocabulary
belief
escape
evidence
experiment
noun... A _____ is something you think is true. ... Example: Differ…
verb... To _____ is to get free.... Example: If you are in danger,…
noun... _____ consists of clues or proof that something is true.…
noun... An _____ is a test or a trial. ... Example: Scientists do _…
belief
noun... A _____ is something you think is true. ... Example: Differ…
escape
verb... To _____ is to get free.... Example: If you are in danger,…
111 terms
English 10-2 Final Vocabulary
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
Vocabulary Word English 2
abhor (v)
solace (n)
desolate (v)
vanquish (v)
to regard with disgust
comfort in sorrow or distress
make (a place) bleakly and depressingly empty or bare
to defeat in battle
abhor (v)
to regard with disgust
solace (n)
comfort in sorrow or distress
Vocabulary 4 English 2
Procure
Stoic
Stigma
Impede
To obtain; get
Showing no feelings, unemotional, unaffected by pleasure or p…
A negative label that devalues a person and changed his or he…
To hinder; to block the way of
Procure
To obtain; get
Stoic
Showing no feelings, unemotional, unaffected by pleasure or p…
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