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Honors Sophomore English- The Scarlet Letter Vocab #3
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v. ) to contradict; give a false impressio
Aesthetic
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
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English 3 Honors: The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
abash
amenable
ascetic
assimilate
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
(adj.) Relating to or having a strict and simple way of livin…
(v.) Take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand…
abash
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
amenable
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
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Honors English: Scarlet Letter 3
aesthetic
affable
assuage
beLIE
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
friendly, jovial, amiable
to palliate, to mollify, to mitigate, to soothe and unpleasan…
to disguise, give a false impression of, contradict
aesthetic
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
affable
friendly, jovial, amiable
Honors English Scarlet Letter vocab 14-21
err
usurping
implore
impalpable
make a mistake
taking over
to entreat; plead; beg
not able to be touched
err
make a mistake
usurping
taking over
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Scarlet Letter Vocab - Honors English 3
languid (adj)
tempestuous (adj)
arduous (adj)
obtuse (adj)
weak, listless, slow
full of strong emotions (such as anger or excitement)
very difficult
stupid or unintelligent; not able to think clearly or to unde…
languid (adj)
weak, listless, slow
tempestuous (adj)
full of strong emotions (such as anger or excitement)
15 terms
Honors English III The Scarlet Letter Chapters 1-4 Study Guide
1. What does the narrator say, that no…
2. What is growing at the threshold of…
3. What did the beadle say happens in…
4. Where did Hester Prynne have to sta…
Prison; cemetery
Rose bush; reminder of Nature's kindness to the condemned ( h…
Inequity is brought out into the sunshine / evil deeds will b…
A scaffold of the pillary
1. What does the narrator say, that no…
Prison; cemetery
2. What is growing at the threshold of…
Rose bush; reminder of Nature's kindness to the condemned ( h…
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Honors English Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
aesthetic
affable
assuage
belie
Related to beauty
Easy to talk to
To make less severe
To be false
aesthetic
Related to beauty
affable
Easy to talk to
Scarlet Letter Vocab- English 3 Honors
Ediface
Utopia
Physiognomies
Antinomian
Building, especially a large, imposing one
A perfect world or state of someone
The face or countenance, especially when considered as an ind…
A person that believes that Christians are released by grace…
Ediface
Building, especially a large, imposing one
Utopia
A perfect world or state of someone
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Honors Sophomore English: Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
Concerned with or appreciating beauty
Friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to
To make an unpleasant feeling less intense
Fail to fulfill or justify
Aesthetic
Concerned with or appreciating beauty
Affable
Friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to
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English 11 honors THE SCARLET LETTER VOCAB CHAPTER 5-10
Assimilate
CabaliContumaciously
Emoluments
Plebeian
To be absorbed into the dominant cultural tradition
Stubbornly disobedient; rebellious
Advantages
Of the common people
Assimilate
To be absorbed into the dominant cultural tradition
CabaliContumaciously
Stubbornly disobedient; rebellious
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Vocab Quiz 3 Scarlet Letter Honors English
Abominate
Adventitious
Seditious
Ascribe
(verb) - To feel great hatred for, to hate intensely... "Abomina…
(adjective) - occurring sporadically or accidentally (with po…
(adjective) - inciting resistance to or insurrection against…
(verb) - to credit or assign; attribute; to recognize to caus…
Abominate
(verb) - To feel great hatred for, to hate intensely... "Abomina…
Adventitious
(adjective) - occurring sporadically or accidentally (with po…
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English 11A: The Scarlet Letter Chapters 21-24
languor
festal
probity
fortitude
lack of energy
feast
honesty
mental strength or courage
languor
lack of energy
festal
feast
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Chapter 11 english 11 honors scarlet letter
Latent
Machination
Malice
Odious
Present but not visible or active; dormant
A scheming or crafty action
Ill will
Deserving of hatred
Latent
Present but not visible or active; dormant
Machination
A scheming or crafty action
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab. Chapter 21
Animadversion
Buckler
Effervesce
Lees
Adverse and typically ill-natured or unfair criticism
A shield worn on the left arm
To bubble; to show liveliness
Dregs
Animadversion
Adverse and typically ill-natured or unfair criticism
Buckler
A shield worn on the left arm
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Honor English 3 Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
austere
languid
arduous
obtuse
strict or stern in manner, attitude, or appearance. severe, s…
relaxed, unhurried; weak or faint from illness or fatigue
difficult and tiring, requiring a lot of effort
annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand
austere
strict or stern in manner, attitude, or appearance. severe, s…
languid
relaxed, unhurried; weak or faint from illness or fatigue
Chapter 1-3 Vocab: The Scarlet Letter: English
Edifice
Ignominious
Visage
Thoroughfare
A building, often one that is large and imposing. ... Example: T…
Deserving of or causing disgrace or shame. ... Example: He hung…
The appearance or expression of a person's face or an object'…
A road or path that connects two places.... Example: The acciden…
Edifice
A building, often one that is large and imposing. ... Example: T…
Ignominious
Deserving of or causing disgrace or shame. ... Example: He hung…
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English 3 Honors Power Plus/Scarlet Letter/Roots
ponderous
pertains
edifice
inauspicious
very heavy
concerns
building
not faborable
ponderous
very heavy
pertains
concerns
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English 11 honors Scarlet letter Vocabulary unit 3
Confidant
Enigma
Fiend
Infer
A person with whom one shares personal matters or secrets
A person or thing that is puzzling, ambiguous, or inexplicable
A cruel, diabolical, evil person
To deuce from evidence, to reach a logical conclusion
Confidant
A person with whom one shares personal matters or secrets
Enigma
A person or thing that is puzzling, ambiguous, or inexplicable
Honors English scarlet letter vocab chapters 1-7
uncongenial
inevitable
ingenuity
implied
not suitable; not agreeable
unaviodable
inventive skill or imagination; cleverness
to express directly; hint; suggest
uncongenial
not suitable; not agreeable
inevitable
unaviodable
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English Scarlet letter chapters 1-3 quiz
Beadle (n)
Contumely (n)
ignominy (n)
inauspicious (adj)
A minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order du…
insulting display of contempt in a word or action; a humiliat…
total loss of dignity; disgrace, shame
unfavorable; boding ill
Beadle (n)
A minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order du…
Contumely (n)
insulting display of contempt in a word or action; a humiliat…
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AP Vocab List 7- Simple ch 21-end Scarlet Letter
animadversion
tempestuous
intangible
pathos
criticism
stormy, raging, furious
not able to be perceived by touch; vague
Appeal to emotion
animadversion
criticism
tempestuous
stormy, raging, furious
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A.P. English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Chapters 19, 20, and 21
accosting
prattle
inured
mollified
attacking
to babble meaninglessly
accustomed to accept something undesirable
soothed
accosting
attacking
prattle
to babble meaninglessly
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WaRu Honors English 10- Scarlet Letter Vocabulary, Chapter 1-8
Edifice
ensue
feign
gesticulation
a building, especially a large, imposing one
happen or occur afterword or as a result
pretend to be affected by
a gesture, especially a dramatic one, used instead of speakin…
Edifice
a building, especially a large, imposing one
ensue
happen or occur afterword or as a result
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
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The Scarlet Letter
throng
visage
utopia
allot
a crowd of people
façade; face
an ideal, perfect situation or place
portion out or distribute
throng
a crowd of people
visage
façade; face
10 terms
Pre-AP English Scarlet Letter Chapters 1-3
Beadle
Contumely
ignominy
inauspicious
a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order du…
insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humiliatin…
total loss of dignity; disgrace; shame
unfavorable: boding ill
Beadle
a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order du…
Contumely
insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humiliatin…
20 terms
Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 19-24
depridation
disquietude
jocularity
languor
n. the act of preying upon or plundering; robbery; ravage
n., uneasiness; the state of disturbance
n. state or quality of being facetious or joking; a funny rem…
n., physical weakness or faintness; lack of energy; lack of s…
depridation
n. the act of preying upon or plundering; robbery; ravage
disquietude
n., uneasiness; the state of disturbance
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 10-18
demerits
ethereal
expiation
inextricable
n., punishments for wrongdoing
adj., light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
n., the means by which atonement or reparation is made
adj., incapable of being disentangled, undone, loosed, or sol…
demerits
n., punishments for wrongdoing
ethereal
adj., light or airy; tenuous; extremely delicate or refined
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary Ch. 1-9
beadle
contumely
ingnominy
inauspicious
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
n., total loss of dignity; disgrace; shame
adj., unfavorable; boding ill
beadle
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
contumely
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
12 terms
English 9 Honors: Scarlet Pimpernel Chapters 21-26 Vocabulary - Keaton Walding
Trifles
Rubicund
Quandary
Abate
Little things; trinkets
Red in color
A dilemma, a predicament
Decrease; lessen
Trifles
Little things; trinkets
Rubicund
Red in color
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
beadle
contumely
ingnominy
inauspicious
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
n., total loss of dignity; disgrace; shame
adj., unfavorable; boding ill
beadle
n., a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve orde…
contumely
n., insulting display of contempt in word or action; a humili…
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
152 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Alchemy
Anathemas
anemones and columbines
Ann Turner
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
curses things or persons greatly detested.
flowers of the buttercup family.
an alleged witch who supposedly helped in the poisoning in th…
Alchemy
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
Anathemas
curses things or persons greatly detested.
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The Scarlet Letter Characters
Roger Chillingworth
Hester Prynne
Arthur Dimmesdale
General Miller
Hester's husband, demon, gradually destroys himself in lust a…
Appoints herself a sister of mercy... Strong woman with independ…
young, handsome pastor hiding a dark secret... , "His form grew…
the oldest inhabitant of the Customs House. He has the indepe…
Roger Chillingworth
Hester's husband, demon, gradually destroys himself in lust a…
Hester Prynne
Appoints herself a sister of mercy... Strong woman with independ…
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chapter 21-22 study questions the scarlet letter
in this chapter Hawthorne makes freque…
what bad news does heater receive from…
in addition to providing more informat…
explain the significance of pearls com…
it is not the happiest not the best time for Hester and Pearl…
chillingworth is coming with them to England
it gives the book more tension between Hester dimmesdale and…
she doesn't trust him and won't trust him until he public all…
in this chapter Hawthorne makes freque…
it is not the happiest not the best time for Hester and Pearl…
what bad news does heater receive from…
chillingworth is coming with them to England
35 terms
The Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Book was written during the 1840's in…
The narrator of the story... unnamed cus…
TONE... varies throughout the book... bitt…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was first published in 1850
POINT OF VIEW... The narrator is OMNISCIENT--he analyzes the ch…
SETTING... Middle of the 17th century
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
Book was written during the 1840's in…
It was first published in 1850
35 terms
The Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Book was written during the 1840's in…
The narrator of the story... unnamed cus…
TONE... varies throughout the book... bitt…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was first published in 1850
POINT OF VIEW... The narrator is OMNISCIENT--he analyzes the ch…
SETTING... Middle of the 17th century
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
Book was written during the 1840's in…
It was first published in 1850
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
adverse
preternatural
amenable
regimen
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
liable to be brought to account; capable of submission, readi…
a systematic plan, regular course of action; government, rule
adverse
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
preternatural
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
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Scarlet Letter: Themes, Symbols, Characters
Themes are the fundamental and often _…
The Puritans believed people were born…
In Puritan society, sins such as _____…
Puritans view sin as a threat to the c…
universal ideas
sinners
adultery
punished and suppressed
Themes are the fundamental and often _…
universal ideas
The Puritans believed people were born…
sinners
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The Scarlet Letter
Chillingworth
Mistress Hibbins
Pearl
Gov. Bellingham
Who is believed to be the black man?
Who practices witchcraft?
Who tosses burrs at the letter "A"?
Who commissions a pair of gloves?
Chillingworth
Who is believed to be the black man?
Mistress Hibbins
Who practices witchcraft?
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter Review
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
Points in Puritain theology
Chillingworth's most serious sin is th…
Dimmesdale's most serious sin is...
19th
predestination, providence, original sin
he wants revenge.
hypocrisy; preaching to congregation about sin when he is a s…
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
19th
Points in Puritain theology
predestination, providence, original sin
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The Scarlet Letter Symbolism and Imagery
The Prison Door
The Rose Bush
Pearl
The Scarlet Letter
Harsh, immovable, and unforgiving Puritan society
Kindness and hope amidst the ugliness. It is a symbol of Chri…
Hester's daughter who signifies her sin and all she gave-up.…
Stage 1-A symbol of Adultery (Sin)... Stage 2-A symbol of Abilit…
The Prison Door
Harsh, immovable, and unforgiving Puritan society
The Rose Bush
Kindness and hope amidst the ugliness. It is a symbol of Chri…
25 terms
Scarlet Letter Quotes
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
"I am brought hither by this Indian to…
"Speak to the woman, my brother. Exhor…
"I charge thee to speak out the name o…
Roger Chillingworth
Roger Chillingworth
Rev. John Wilson
Red. Arthur Dimmesdale
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
Roger Chillingworth
"I am brought hither by this Indian to…
Roger Chillingworth
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
the first thing Pearl notices as a baby
Chillingworth wants Hester to live so…
her religious training
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
scarlet letter
suffer in shame
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
her religious training
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
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Scarlet Letter Quotes
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
"I am stranger, and have been a wander…
"Knowing your natural temper better th…
"Speak to the woman, my brother. Exhor…
Roger Chillingworth
Roger Chillingworth
Rev. John Wilson
Rev. John Wilson
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
Roger Chillingworth
"I am stranger, and have been a wander…
Roger Chillingworth
78 terms
The Scarlet Letter Important Quotes
"...a wild rosebush...which might be i…
"It may serve, let us hope, to symboli…
"At the very least, they should have p…
"It was so artistically done, and with…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
Chapter 2... Speaker: A woman gossiping... Spoken to: Other women g…
Chapter 2... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
"...a wild rosebush...which might be i…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
"It may serve, let us hope, to symboli…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
150 terms
The Scarlet Letter Important Quotes
"Before this ugly edifice...was a gras…
"...a wild rosebush...which might be i…
"It may serve, let us hope, to symboli…
"At the very least, they should have p…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
Chapter 2... Speaker: A woman gossiping... Spoken to: Other women g…
"Before this ugly edifice...was a gras…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
"...a wild rosebush...which might be i…
Chapter 1... Speaker: Narrator... Spoken to: N/A... Who/What is descri…
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The Scarlet Letter: Chapter 17-24 Vocabulary
epochs
penance
penitence
misanthropy
a memorable time and date
repentance through voluntary punishment
repentance with remorse
hatred or distrust of mankind
epochs
a memorable time and date
penance
repentance through voluntary punishment
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The Scarlet Letter chapter 1
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Where in the colony does the opening t…
For what 2 practical necessities did t…
Who is Anne Hutchinson? What adjective…
Boston Massachusetts
In front of the prison door
cemetery and a side of a prison
a religious dissenter who was banished from a colony. Sainted
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Boston Massachusetts
Where in the colony does the opening t…
In front of the prison door
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honors english vocab chapter 3 21-25. not done.
analogy
arbitrary
arbitrate
axiom
likeness in some respects between things otherwise different;…
autocratic; despotic; tyrannical; proceeding from a whim or f…
1. decide on a dispute, acting as an arbiter or arbitrator (j…
self evident truth; maxim
analogy
likeness in some respects between things otherwise different;…
arbitrary
autocratic; despotic; tyrannical; proceeding from a whim or f…
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