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Honors English 10 Spring 3
The continuation of a sentence across…
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The continuation of a sentence across…
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Honors English Spring Final Vocab 1-3
diffidence
calumny
stultify
palpable
n. lack of confidence in one's own ability, worth, or fitness…
n. slander; a false and malicious statement designed to injur…
v. to render absurdly or wholly futile or ineffectual, especi…
adj. manifest, plain, material, tangible, corporeal
diffidence
n. lack of confidence in one's own ability, worth, or fitness…
calumny
n. slander; a false and malicious statement designed to injur…
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honors english 2 spring vocab 3
philanthropy
misanthropy
anthropology
idiosyncrasy
a desire to improve the material, social, and spiritual welfa…
somebody who hates humanity, or who dislikes and distrusts ot…
the study of humankind in all its aspects, especially human c…
a way of behaving, thinking, or feeling that is peculiar to a…
philanthropy
a desire to improve the material, social, and spiritual welfa…
misanthropy
somebody who hates humanity, or who dislikes and distrusts ot…
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Honors English Weverka List 3 Spring
ardent
blatant
transcend
construe
(adj) warm, passionate and eager
(adj) nosy and offensive; obvious or conspicuous
(v) to go beyond or above; to surpass
(v) to analyze the construction or intention of a sentence;... m…
ardent
(adj) warm, passionate and eager
blatant
(adj) nosy and offensive; obvious or conspicuous
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HONORS ENGLISH 3 SPRING TERM (CORRECTED)
astute
egregious
evanescent
nebulous
(adj) shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
(adj) conspicuous, standing out from the mass
(adj) vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
(adj) cloudlike, resembling a cloud; vague, confused, indisti…
astute
(adj) shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
egregious
(adj) conspicuous, standing out from the mass
30 terms
Spring Vocabulary Unit 3 - Honors English II
Philanthropy
Misanthropy
Anthropology
Idiosyncrasy
A desire to improve the material, social, and spiritual welfa…
Somebody who hates humanity, or who dislikes and distrusts ot…
The study of humankind in all its aspects, especially human c…
A way of behaving, thinking, or feeling that is peculiar to a…
Philanthropy
A desire to improve the material, social, and spiritual welfa…
Misanthropy
Somebody who hates humanity, or who dislikes and distrusts ot…
112 terms
Literature- Honors English 3 (spring semester)
Allusion
Atmosphere
Protagonist
Antagonist
A reference to something outside of the literature.... A passin…
The feeling throughout the story.
The good guy.
The bad guy.
Allusion
A reference to something outside of the literature.... A passin…
Atmosphere
The feeling throughout the story.
40 terms
Honors English 3-4 Spring Final
assuage
expostulate
lurid
meritorious
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
(adj.) causing shock, horror, or revulsion; sensational; pale…
(adj.) worthy, deserving recognition and praise
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
expostulate
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
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English 3,4 Honors Spring Final 2016
Feminine rhyme
Alliteration
Metaphor
Symbol
lines rhymed by their final two syllables: dirty flirty
Repetition of consonant sounds: silly sally
A comparison not using like or as
A thing that represents or stands for something else
Feminine rhyme
lines rhymed by their final two syllables: dirty flirty
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds: silly sally
60 terms
Spring Honors English I Vocab
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
against
two
around
ante
before
anti
against
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Spring finals Honors English
hera/juno
aphrodite/venus
zues/jupiter
poseidon/neptune
queen of ancient greeks, Zeus' wife and sister
goddess of love and beauty
supreme lord of all gods
god of the seas
hera/juno
queen of ancient greeks, Zeus' wife and sister
aphrodite/venus
goddess of love and beauty
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Spring exam honors English
"A DEFINITION NOT FOUND... IN THE DICTION…
I am haunted by humans
"Usually we walk around constantly bel…
"Together, they would watch everything…
The book thief
The book thief
The book thief
The book thief
"A DEFINITION NOT FOUND... IN THE DICTION…
The book thief
I am haunted by humans
The book thief
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Honors English Spring final WRHS
Omniscient
1st Point of View
3rd Point of view
Limited
All-knowing narrator
The narrator is a character in the story. ( I, me, my, we, ou…
The narrator uses he she they or it when telling the story
narrator does not know what will happen
Omniscient
All-knowing narrator
1st Point of View
The narrator is a character in the story. ( I, me, my, we, ou…
99 terms
Honors English Spring Final
Adverb
Antagonist
Aside
Ballad
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, ver…
A character or a group of characters which stand in oppositio…
When a character's dialogue is spoken but not heard by the ot…
A poem that is typically arranged in quatrains with the rhyme…
Adverb
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, ver…
Antagonist
A character or a group of characters which stand in oppositio…
Honors English Spring
Exemplary
florid
fortitude
fortuitous
serving a pattern; commendable... Ex: This is an _______ senten…
having red or flushed complexion... Her face was___from giving…
strength of mind that enables one to meet danger
lucky, good fortune... Her_____meeting with the president led t…
Exemplary
serving a pattern; commendable... Ex: This is an _______ senten…
florid
having red or flushed complexion... Her face was___from giving…
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Spring Finals Honors English
Amend
Chaos
Commend
Consecrate
Make changes to make something more accurate
Complete disorder and confusion
Praise formally or officially; entrust
Make or declare something sacred
Amend
Make changes to make something more accurate
Chaos
Complete disorder and confusion
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Honors English 3-4 Spring Semester Study Guide
agnostic
amenity
arrogate
banal
a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known o…
a desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or pl…
take or claim without justification
lacking in originality
agnostic
a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known o…
amenity
a desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or pl…
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Honors English III - Spring SAT Vocabulary List 3
Disaffected
Duplicitous
Ebullience
Effusive
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent 96
deliberately deceptive 109
intense enthusiasm 105
showing excessive emotion; overflowing 93
Disaffected
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent 96
Duplicitous
deliberately deceptive 109
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Honors English Spring Final
desolate
laconic
sordidness
candid
spiritual ruin; loss of the soul
using few words; concise
lacking in morals
sincere; straightforward
desolate
spiritual ruin; loss of the soul
laconic
using few words; concise
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Honors English Spring Final
Adverb
Antagonist
Aside
Ballad
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, ver…
A character or a group of characters which stand in oppositio…
When a character's dialogue is spoken but not heard by the ot…
A poem that is typically arranged in quatrains with the rhyme…
Adverb
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, ver…
Antagonist
A character or a group of characters which stand in oppositio…
86 terms
Honors English Spring Final
Gothic-
Soliloquy-
Caesura-
Feudalism-
A type of literatyre of the Romantic movement that concerns i…
A long speech made by a character on stage who is usually alo…
An Anglo-Saxon term to indicate a pause or break in a line of…
The economic, political, and social system of medieval Europe…
Gothic-
A type of literatyre of the Romantic movement that concerns i…
Soliloquy-
A long speech made by a character on stage who is usually alo…
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HonorsEnglish Spring Final
affected
assimilate
augment
aver
pretentious, artificial
take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand fully…
make (something) greater by adding to it; increase... increase,…
state or assert to be the case... declare, insist, claim, profess
affected
pretentious, artificial
assimilate
take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand fully…
29 terms
Honors English Spring Final
metaphor
personification
hyperbole
symbolism
word or phrase that is used to compare animals, people, thing…
human qualities are given to animals, objects, or ideas
exaggerated statement, or claim
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
metaphor
word or phrase that is used to compare animals, people, thing…
personification
human qualities are given to animals, objects, or ideas
53 terms
English 1 Honors Spring Vocabulary
exorbitant
malign
exorbitant
malign
ex: L. out... orbit: normal track... Ant: adj formative ( French -i…
Mal: L. bad
unreasonably high, excessive
V: to speak evil... N: evil
exorbitant
ex: L. out... orbit: normal track... Ant: adj formative ( French -i…
malign
Mal: L. bad
English Honors Final -Spring
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Rhetorical question
Credibility
Emotion
Logic
question with obvious answer
Ethos
Credibility
Pathos
Emotion
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Spring English 1 Honors Final
Achilles
Achilles
Agamemnon
Agamemnon
Was dipped in the river Styx as a baby and became immortal ex…
Most powerful soldier fighting in the Trojan War
Commander in chief of Trojan War; killed by his wife, Clytemn…
Sacrificed his daughter Iphigenia in order to gain favorable…
Achilles
Was dipped in the river Styx as a baby and became immortal ex…
Achilles
Most powerful soldier fighting in the Trojan War
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TC ENGLISH 3 HONORS BLOCK C SAT WORDS WEEK 3
Atypical
Austere
Balm
Beleaguered
Unusual, not typical
Severe or strict in appearance, matter or attitude
A fragrant ointment
To take over
Atypical
Unusual, not typical
Austere
Severe or strict in appearance, matter or attitude
28 terms
Physio Spring Block 3
Smooth muscle of the GI Tract (outermo…
Types of Electrical Potentials of GI S…
Location of the Myenteric Nerve Plexus…
Location of the Submucosal Nerve Plexu…
Longitudinal, Circular, Mucosal (LCM)
Slow Waves... Spike Potentials
Between the outer longitudinal layer and the middle circular…
Immediately underneath the mucosal smooth muscle layer (Submu…
Smooth muscle of the GI Tract (outermo…
Longitudinal, Circular, Mucosal (LCM)
Types of Electrical Potentials of GI S…
Slow Waves... Spike Potentials
Physio Block 3 Spring
Gallbladder Contraction
Carbohydrate Digestion
Glucose and Galactose Absorption
Pepsin Secretion Stimulation
- CCK and ACh... - CCK relaxes sphincter of Oddi... - secretin stim…
- salivary and pancreatic alpha-amylase ... - enzymes in brush b…
- NA+ secondary active transport (SGLT 1)... - facilitated diffu…
- ACh, vagal stimulation, low pH
Gallbladder Contraction
- CCK and ACh... - CCK relaxes sphincter of Oddi... - secretin stim…
Carbohydrate Digestion
- salivary and pancreatic alpha-amylase ... - enzymes in brush b…
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English Honors Spring Final Review
1564
1616
37
Elizabeth I and James I
what year was Shakespeare born?
what year did Shakespeare die?
how many plays did Shakespeare write?
who were the rulers of England during Shakespeare's time?
1564
what year was Shakespeare born?
1616
what year did Shakespeare die?
30 terms
Spring Vocabulary Unit 3 Synonyms - English II Honors
Philanthropy
Misanthropy
Anthropology
Idiosyncrasy
Generosity, charity, altruism
Hatred, cynicism, reclusion
Sociology
Peculiarity, oddity, eccentricity, mannerism
Philanthropy
Generosity, charity, altruism
Misanthropy
Hatred, cynicism, reclusion
10 terms
Honors English III - Spring SAT Vocabulary List 3
Disaffected
Duplicitous
Ebullience
Effusive
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent
deliberately deceptive
intense enthusiasm
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
Disaffected
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent
Duplicitous
deliberately deceptive
95 terms
Pharm: Block 3 Spring
What causes chalmydia
Significant portion of chlaymdia patie…
What are the most frequent clinical ma…
DOC of for chlamydia
clamydia trachomitis (gram neg)
asymptomatic
M: urethritis... W: cervicitis
Azith (or doxy)... *unique life cycle requires special antibiot…
What causes chalmydia
clamydia trachomitis (gram neg)
Significant portion of chlaymdia patie…
asymptomatic
107 terms
Honors English 3-4 Spring Semester Study Guide
agnostic
amenity
arrogate
banal
a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known o…
a desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or pl…
take or claim without justification
lacking in originality
agnostic
a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known o…
amenity
a desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or pl…
10 terms
Honors English III - Spring SAT Vocabulary List 3
Disaffected
Duplicitous
Ebullience
Effusive
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent 96
deliberately deceptive 109
intense enthusiasm 105
showing excessive emotion; overflowing 93
Disaffected
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent 96
Duplicitous
deliberately deceptive 109
10 terms
Honors Lit Spring 3
Animosity
Commend
Condolence
Decrepit
(Noun) Strong dislike
(Verb) To praise, express approval
(Noun) An expression of sympathy
(Adjective) Old and feeble
Animosity
(Noun) Strong dislike
Commend
(Verb) To praise, express approval
160 terms
Honors English 10 Spring Vocab
Stolid
Feign
Acute
Despondent
Unemotional
To pretend
Quickly perceptive; keen; sharp in mind
Depressed; gloomy
Stolid
Unemotional
Feign
To pretend
55 terms
Honors English II Spring Exam
Allusion
Foil
Climax
Juxtaposition
A figure of speech that makes reference to a historical/cultu…
A character ---- in which two characters start out alike and…
The story finally reaches its highest point where the problem…
Comparing and contrasting two different things (passages, ima…
Allusion
A figure of speech that makes reference to a historical/cultu…
Foil
A character ---- in which two characters start out alike and…
147 terms
Phys Block 3 Spring
What is azotemia
azotemia Plus SX means
What is oliguria defined as
Why is polyuria associated with renal…
elevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine concentrati…
patient uremic
less than 400 ml per day
epithelial cells are damaged and fall off- therefore cannot r…
What is azotemia
elevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine concentrati…
azotemia Plus SX means
patient uremic
102 terms
Honors English I: Spring Exam
Flashback
Foil
Verbal irony
Foreshadowing
Interrupts chronological presentation in a literary work to p…
A character who provides contrast with another character
Words are used to suggest opposite of what is meant
The use in a literary work of clues that suggest events that…
Flashback
Interrupts chronological presentation in a literary work to p…
Foil
A character who provides contrast with another character
35 terms
English II Honors Lit Terms Spring Final
didactic
satire
exposition
theme
Intended to teach
A work that reveals a critical attitude toward some element o…
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
A topic of discussion or writing; a major idea broad enough t…
didactic
Intended to teach
satire
A work that reveals a critical attitude toward some element o…
20 terms
Honors English Spring List 13
advent
allude
bogus
curry
n. the period beginning four Sundays before Christmas and obs…
v. to make indirect reference <comments alluding to an earlie…
adj. not real or genuine : fake or false; it was just a bogus…
v. to flatter in order to win a favor; He curried favor with…
advent
n. the period beginning four Sundays before Christmas and obs…
allude
v. to make indirect reference <comments alluding to an earlie…
21 terms
Word Masters #2 2015 Honors English Block 3/4 A
Way-lay
Indefatigable
Aplomb
Stymie
To stop or attack (Ambush)
Able to work or continue for a very long time without becomin…
Self-confident assurance; poise.... Complete and confident compo…
To stop someone from doing something, or to prevent something…
Way-lay
To stop or attack (Ambush)
Indefatigable
Able to work or continue for a very long time without becomin…
97 terms
Honors English 10 Spring Final
animosity
apathetic
consecrate
obsolete
(n) strong dislike; bitter hostility
(adj) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
(v) to make sacred, hallow; to set apart for a special purpose
(adj) out-of-date, no longer in use
animosity
(n) strong dislike; bitter hostility
apathetic
(adj) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
280 terms
Honors English Spring Final 2015
Attrition
Corroborate
Duplicity
Exigency
n. gradual wearing away, weakening, or loss; a natural or exp…
v. to confirm; to back up with evidence
n. the act of being two-faced; double-dealing; deception
n. an emergency; an urgency
Attrition
n. gradual wearing away, weakening, or loss; a natural or exp…
Corroborate
v. to confirm; to back up with evidence
80 terms
English 3 Honors, Spring Semester final exam review
Slant Rhyme
Free Verse
Style
Dash
rhyme in which either the vowels or the consonants of stresse…
Poetry with no rules
Distinctive way in which a work is written
the mark or sign (—) used to note an abrupt break or pause in…
Slant Rhyme
rhyme in which either the vowels or the consonants of stresse…
Free Verse
Poetry with no rules
21 terms
English Honors 9 Spring Final
Re
Anti
Sub
inter
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...
...
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Re
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Anti
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20 terms
Honors English 10 Spring List 1
amiable
atonement
coquetry
felicity
having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
reparation for a wrong or injury
flirtatious behavior or flirtatious manner
intense happiness
amiable
having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
atonement
reparation for a wrong or injury
48 terms
Honors English Spring Semester Final: Vocabulary
heterogeneous
irascible
perspicacious
acute
(adj.) composed of different kinds, diverse
(adj) easily angered, irritable
(adj.) acutely perceptive; having keen discernment; having ke…
(adj.) sharp; shrewd; highly developed
heterogeneous
(adj.) composed of different kinds, diverse
irascible
(adj) easily angered, irritable
109 terms
Honors English I: Spring Exam
Flashback
Foil
Verbal irony
Foreshadowing
Interrupts chronological presentation in a literary work to p…
A character who provides contrast with another character
Words are used to suggest opposite of what is meant
The use in a literary work of clues that suggest events that…
Flashback
Interrupts chronological presentation in a literary work to p…
Foil
A character who provides contrast with another character
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