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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Mar
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
having or showing arrogant superiority
characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to i…
to impair the appearance of; disfigure
Feign
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
Supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority
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The Great Gatsby-English Honors
The first time we see Tom Buchanan occ…
Tom Buchanan is described as...
Who is the first person to bring up Ga…
Daisy claimed that she had a family se…
Tom is standing on the front porch and is wearing riding clot…
a sturdy straw-haired man of thirty whose imposing physical s…
Jordan
the butler's nose
The first time we see Tom Buchanan occ…
Tom is standing on the front porch and is wearing riding clot…
Tom Buchanan is described as...
a sturdy straw-haired man of thirty whose imposing physical s…
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Honors English 11 Unit 3 The Great Gatsby
Feign (v)
Conscientious (adj)
Reciprocal (adj)
Wan (adj)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
Mutual; corresponding; matching; equivalent
Of an unnatural or sickly pallor; Black in color
Feign (v)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Conscientious (adj)
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
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Honors English 3 Great Gatsby Vocab
teutonic
epigram
supercilious
fractiousness
(adj.) Of or pertaining to the Teutons; German, esp. High Ger…
(n.) 1. An inscription, usually in verse... 2. A short poem endi…
(adj.) Of a person, or his or her character, expression, deme…
(n. from the adj. fractious) Refractory, unruly; now chiefly,…
teutonic
(adj.) Of or pertaining to the Teutons; German, esp. High Ger…
epigram
(n.) 1. An inscription, usually in verse... 2. A short poem endi…
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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Marred
v to pretend
adj showing superiority
adj attract notice
adj disfigure
Feign
v to pretend
Supercilious
adj showing superiority
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The Great Gatsby Study Guide (Ms. Cardella's English 3 Honors)
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
From where did the narrator come and w…
Describe the narrator's house.
Describe the Buchanans' house.
"...It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readine…
"Instead of being the warm center of the world, the Middle We…
"He found the house, a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow at e…
"Their house was even more elaborate that I expected, a cheer…
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
"...It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readine…
From where did the narrator come and w…
"Instead of being the warm center of the world, the Middle We…
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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby C
Bizarre (adj)
Circumstantial (adj)
Extinguished (v)
Obstinate (adj)
Strange
Not able to be proven
Put out
Stubborn
Bizarre (adj)
Strange
Circumstantial (adj)
Not able to be proven
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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby A
Epigram (n)
Fractiousness (n)
Discontent (adj)
Coherence (n)
Witty saying
Crabbiness
Unhappy
Making sense
Epigram (n)
Witty saying
Fractiousness (n)
Crabbiness
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Honors Sophomore English The Great Gatsby 1
levity
reproach
supercilious
fractious
humor or frivolity
to criticize or criticism
arrogant, haughty
irritabile, quarrelsome
levity
humor or frivolity
reproach
to criticize or criticism
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Honors Sophomore English The Great Gatsby 2
laudable
insidious
ineffable
oblivious
praiseworthy
treacherous, seductive
incapable of being expressed in words
lacking memory or mindful action
laudable
praiseworthy
insidious
treacherous, seductive
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Honors English III - Vocab 9 The Great Gatsby
Levity
Wistful
Supercilious
Fractious
(n.)-A lack of seriousness or earnestness
(adj.)-Full of yearning or longing
(adj.)-Proud and contemptuous
(adj.)-Tending to be troublesome or unruly
Levity
(n.)-A lack of seriousness or earnestness
Wistful
(adj.)-Full of yearning or longing
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Chapter 8 Vocab: Honors English-The Great Gatsby
Incessant
Humidor
Indiscernible
Redolent
Continuing without interuption
Container or storage room for cigars
Can't be seen or perceived cleary
Odorous or smelling
Incessant
Continuing without interuption
Humidor
Container or storage room for cigars
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The Great Gatsby Vocab List #1 (English 10 Honors)
feign (v)
fractiousness (n)
complacency (n)... complacent (adj)
contiguous (adj)
to pretend or represent falsely
irritability;prone to quarreling; tending to be troublesome;…
self-satisfaction epspecially when accompanied by unawareness…
sharing an edge or boundary; neighboring; adjacent
feign (v)
to pretend or represent falsely
fractiousness (n)
irritability;prone to quarreling; tending to be troublesome;…
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English II Honors - The Great Gatsby unit 1
Privy
Feigned
Revelation
Elation
Knowledge of something secretive
Pretended
Something disclosed
Joy or pride
Privy
Knowledge of something secretive
Feigned
Pretended
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Chapter 9 Vocab: Honors English- The Great Gatsby
Adventitious
Pasquinade
Surmise
Solidarity
associated with something by chance rather than as an integra…
a satire or lampoon, especially one posted in a public place.
to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; conject…
community of feelings, purposes, etc.
Adventitious
associated with something by chance rather than as an integra…
Pasquinade
a satire or lampoon, especially one posted in a public place.
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Chapter 7 Vocab: Honors English-The Great Gatsby
Caravansary
Harrowing
Affront
Bona fide
An inn or large hotel
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
An offense to ones dignity or self respect
Made, done, presented in good faith; authentic
Caravansary
An inn or large hotel
Harrowing
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
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honors english "the great gatsby" vocab 1
transcendent
incessant
cynical
superfluous
(adjective) going beyond the limits of ordinary experience; f…
(adjective) continuing without stopping: not stopping
(adjective) believing that people are generally selfish and d…
(adjective) beyond what is needed: not necessary
transcendent
(adjective) going beyond the limits of ordinary experience; f…
incessant
(adjective) continuing without stopping: not stopping
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English Honors: The Great Gatsby Vocab Set #2
Laudable (Adj.)
Insidious (Adj.)
Repose (N)
Ingratiate (V)
deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
intended to entrap or trick.
peace; tranquillity; calm.
to establish (oneself) in the favor or ... good graces of others…
Laudable (Adj.)
deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
Insidious (Adj.)
intended to entrap or trick.
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The Great Gatsby English 3
Describe Gatsby
Who lives in the East Egg?
Who is the narrator of The Great Gatsby?
Who are George and Myrtle Wilson?
g.
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
The narrator is Nick Carraway.
George owns a garage in the Valley of Ashes. Myrtle is his wi…
Describe Gatsby
g.
Who lives in the East Egg?
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
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English II Honors - The Great Gatsby unit 2
Poignant
Subterfuge
Insolent
Punctilious
Evoking sadness or regret
Deceit used to achieve one's goals
Showing a lack of respect
Showing great attention to detail
Poignant
Evoking sadness or regret
Subterfuge
Deceit used to achieve one's goals
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Honors English Great Gatsby Vocab
Fractious
Incredulous
Languid
Accentuate
Adj. irritable, quarrelsome
Adj. unbelieving, incredible
Adj. un energetic, lazy
V. To put emphasis on, highlight
Fractious
Adj. irritable, quarrelsome
Incredulous
Adj. unbelieving, incredible
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Sparks English 9 Honors - Ch 3 Great Gatsby
harlequin
permeate
innuendo
erroneous
fancy variation in color
to fill up, seep into; to saturate
an indirect hint or suggestion about a person or thing, espec…
incorrect; wrong
harlequin
fancy variation in color
permeate
to fill up, seep into; to saturate
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Honors English Great Gatsby Quotes
owl eyes
george wilson
wolfsheim
tom
"Ive been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
"God knows what youve been doing, you may fool me, but you ca…
"let us learn to show friendship for a man when he is alive a…
"civiliations going to pieces.. its up to us, who are the dom…
owl eyes
"Ive been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
george wilson
"God knows what youve been doing, you may fool me, but you ca…
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English 3 The Great Gatsby
Reserved
Vulnerable
Feigned
Levity
formal or self-restrained in manner
capable or susceptible to being hurt
pretended; sham; counterfeit
lightness of mind or character
Reserved
formal or self-restrained in manner
Vulnerable
capable or susceptible to being hurt
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Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Permeate
Innuendo
Erroneous
Vehement
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
(adj.) incorrect, containing mistake
Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
Permeate
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
Innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
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Great Gatsby, Ch. 3-4
permeate
erroneous
vacuous
fluctuate
to pass into or through
containing mistakes; incorrect; wrong
lacking creativity or intelligence
to change continually; to shift back and forth
permeate
to pass into or through
erroneous
containing mistakes; incorrect; wrong
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Great Gatsby Honors English 11
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
From where did the narrator come and w…
Describe the narrator's house.
Describe the Buchanan's house.
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
Not a very big house and not very fancy. It is surround by ma…
The Buchanan's is a large mansion that has been used from gen…
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
From where did the narrator come and w…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
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Honors Lit Vocabulary 3: The Great Gatsby
Apathetic
Bizarre
Caterwaul
Contiguous
Without caring; indifferent
Strange or weird
To shriek loudly; screaming loudly, an annoying sound (verb)
Any two things that border each other
Apathetic
Without caring; indifferent
Bizarre
Strange or weird
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English 3: the great Gatsby
why does tom attack myrtle at the end…
according to Jordan baker, who phoned…
which term is correct regarding the pa…
at one of gatbsys parties, "owl eyes"…
myrtle continues repeating daisy name over and over
his girlfriend in new york
the parties are very crowded, most of whom were not invited b…
book
why does tom attack myrtle at the end…
myrtle continues repeating daisy name over and over
according to Jordan baker, who phoned…
his girlfriend in new york
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The Great Gatsby English 3
Who lives in the East Egg?
Who is the narrator of The Great Gatsby?
Who are George and Myrtle Wilson?
Who lives in the West Egg?
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
The narrator is Nick Carraway.
George owns a garage in the Valley of Ashes. Myrtle is his wi…
Nick and Gatsby live in the West Egg
Who lives in the East Egg?
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
Who is the narrator of The Great Gatsby?
The narrator is Nick Carraway.
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The Great Gatsby English 3
Describe Gatsby
Who lives in the East Egg?
Who is the narrator of The Great Gatsby?
Who are George and Myrtle Wilson?
g.
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
The narrator is Nick Carraway.
George owns a garage in the Valley of Ashes. Myrtle is his wi…
Describe Gatsby
g.
Who lives in the East Egg?
Tom and Daisy live in the East Egg.
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Great Gatsby Vocab Ch. 1-3 : Honors English
apathetic
bantering
bizarre
contiguous
- Showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm or concern.... - Un…
- Talk or exchange remarks in a teasing way
- Very strange or unusual... - Surprisingly strange
- Sharing a common border... - Touching... - Adjacent or adjoining
apathetic
- Showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm or concern.... - Un…
bantering
- Talk or exchange remarks in a teasing way
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Great Gatsby Vocab Set III English 3 Honors
Expostulation
Requital
Feigned
Epoch
(N) the act of disagreeing with something; arguing
(N) a return or reward for service; compensation (usually neg…
(Adj) pretended; sham; counterfeit
(N) a period of time in history
Expostulation
(N) the act of disagreeing with something; arguing
Requital
(N) a return or reward for service; compensation (usually neg…
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English 3- The Great Gatsby Quotes
"They're a rotten crowd... You're wort…
"I've got a nice place here."
"He came alive to me, delivered sudden…
"There are only the pursued, the pursu…
Nick
Tom
Gatsby
Nick
"They're a rotten crowd... You're wort…
Nick
"I've got a nice place here."
Tom
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The Great Gatsby Chp. 3
console
ravage
garnish
gaudy
to try to make someone feel less sadness or disappointment... "…
to damage or harm (something) very badly... "Hurricane Andrew _…
a decoration or embellishment, often used with food... "I _____…
something that's gaudy is showy, bright and definitely tacky…
console
to try to make someone feel less sadness or disappointment... "…
ravage
to damage or harm (something) very badly... "Hurricane Andrew _…
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Honors English III Semester 2 Exam The Great Gatsby
He's Gatsby's neighbor
She is Nick's love interest
Tom Buchanan went to school here
He is Jay Gatsby's father
Nick Carraway
Jordan Baker
Yale
Henry Gatz
He's Gatsby's neighbor
Nick Carraway
She is Nick's love interest
Jordan Baker
Honors Sophomore English-The Great Gatsby Vocab List #2
laudable
insidious
ineffable
oblivious
Deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
defying expression or description
(adj.) forgetful; unaware
laudable
Deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
insidious
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
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Great Gatsby Vocabulary 3
convivial adj
cornice n
credibility n
defunct adj
friendly
a horizontal molded projection that crowns a building
capacity for belief
no longer in use
convivial adj
friendly
cornice n
a horizontal molded projection that crowns a building
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Gatsby
Nick
Rumors about Gatsby
Owl-Eyes
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
*Guests talk about rumors they've heard about Gatsby and how…
*Nick and Jordan decide to try and find Gatsby and instead th…
Gatsby
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
Nick
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
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The Great Gatsby Honors Vocab
Feign
Tentative
Credulous
Incredulous
To fake
Hesitant
Believing
Unbelieving
Feign
To fake
Tentative
Hesitant
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The Great Gatsby Honors Vocabulary w/pictures
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Mar
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
having or showing arrogant superiority
characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to i…
to impair the appearance of; disfigure
Feign
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
Supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority
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Honors English III-- Vocab List-- The Great Gatsby(1)
Plagiaristic
Unaffected
Supercilious
Fractious
Adj.- Of or relating to Duplicating another writers language…
Adj.- of a person without artificiality or insincerity
Adj.- behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superio…
Adj.- grouchy;irritable and quarrelsome
Plagiaristic
Adj.- Of or relating to Duplicating another writers language…
Unaffected
Adj.- of a person without artificiality or insincerity
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Convivial
Dissension
Divergence
Erroneous
adj. sociable; jovial or festive
n. strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord
n. moving or lying in different directions from one point
adj. incorrect; wrong
Convivial
adj. sociable; jovial or festive
Dissension
n. strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord
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Honors English 11 Great Gatsby B
Generalities (n)
Sporadic (adj)
Sinister (adj)
Languidly (adv)
Indefinite
Occasionally
Threatening
Lazy
Generalities (n)
Indefinite
Sporadic (adj)
Occasionally
AP English 3: The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
Epigram
Supercilious
Rotogravure
Contiguous
Noun ... -Any witty, ingenious, or pointed saying tersely expres…
Adjective... -Haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person…
Noun... -A photomechanical process by which pictures, typeset ma…
Adjective... -Touching; in contact.... -In close proximity without…
Epigram
Noun ... -Any witty, ingenious, or pointed saying tersely expres…
Supercilious
Adjective... -Haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person…
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English vocabulary #3 the great gatsby
Inquest
Expostulation
Malice
Ravenously
A formal inquiry
An expression of disagreement or disapproval
Intent to cause or pain
With excessive greed and hunger; voraciously
Inquest
A formal inquiry
Expostulation
An expression of disagreement or disapproval
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English 3 The Great Gatsby Vocab
Vicariously
Ranchor
Effable
Laden
experiencing something through another person
bitterness or resentfulness, especially when long standing
able to be described in words
heavily loaded or weighed down
Vicariously
experiencing something through another person
Ranchor
bitterness or resentfulness, especially when long standing
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English 3 The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
privy
supercilious
incredulous
Intimation
informed about something secret or not generally known
having or showing arrogant superiority to
in a disbelieving manner
a slight suggestion or vague understanding
privy
informed about something secret or not generally known
supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority to
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English 3 The Great Gatsby Vocab
Tyrant... noun... dictator
Avaricious... adjective... greedy
Lassitude... noun... dullness
Pernicious ... adjective... deadly
an evil ruler or monarch who takes power by force... Public opin…
greedy... He promoted navigation and commerce, but was avariciou…
feeling of weariness; languor ... He was crippled by incipient d…
causing harm; fatal... The pernicious weed has spread all throug…
Tyrant... noun... dictator
an evil ruler or monarch who takes power by force... Public opin…
Avaricious... adjective... greedy
greedy... He promoted navigation and commerce, but was avariciou…
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The Great Gatsby Chapters 3 and 4
What accomplishments of Meyer Wolfshie…
According to Jordan, what did Daisy do…
Why does Gatsby want to have tea with…
What does Tom do when he and Daisy ret…
He's a gambler; fixed the World Series in 1919; sentimental
She received a letter from Gatsby, making her question marryi…
Gatsby wants Daisy to see his house and be impressed by it.
He crashed into a wagon on the Ventura Road with a girl who w…
What accomplishments of Meyer Wolfshie…
He's a gambler; fixed the World Series in 1919; sentimental
According to Jordan, what did Daisy do…
She received a letter from Gatsby, making her question marryi…
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