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English 3 Vocabulary
Abjure
Belie
Chicanery
Feckless
Verb - To swear off, and it applies to something you once bel…
Verb - To be in contradiction with
Noun - The use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extra…
Adjective - Generally incompetent and ineffectual
Abjure
Verb - To swear off, and it applies to something you once bel…
Belie
Verb - To be in contradiction with
English 3 Vocabulary 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminiate
to come forth or send forth
tastelessly; gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminiate
English 3 Vocabulary 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments
dried up
a stopping or discontinuance
to place side by side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
dried up
English 3 Vocabulary Lesson 9
machination
pejorative
harbinger
nubile
an evil design or plan
having a negative effect; insulting
an omen or sign
suitable for marriage in age and physical development; referr…
machination
an evil design or plan
pejorative
having a negative effect; insulting
20 terms
English 8 Vocabulary 3
aloof
barbaric
bough
bound for
distant
crude and uncivilized
branch
headed for
aloof
distant
barbaric
crude and uncivilized
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 3
Lethargic
Prevalent
Paramount
Remiss
Lazy, drowsy, or sluggish... (adj.) unnaturally sleepy; dull, sl…
general, common, prevailing... Commonly occurring; widely accept…
greatest in importance, rank, character... chief; supreme
Neglectful in performance of one's duty, careless
Lethargic
Lazy, drowsy, or sluggish... (adj.) unnaturally sleepy; dull, sl…
Prevalent
general, common, prevailing... Commonly occurring; widely accept…
Vocabulary #3 (English 3)
octa-
nona-
deca-
octave
eight
nine
ten
a tone on the eighth degree from a given tone; a series or gr…
octa-
eight
nona-
nine
10 terms
8th English Vocabulary 3
adjudication
adage
strays
obstinacy
A formal judgment on a disputed matter.
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth which…
Moves away aimlessly from a group or from the right course or…
stubbornness, inflexibility
adjudication
A formal judgment on a disputed matter.
adage
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth which…
8 terms
English 3 Vocabulary List 3
indigent
jubilant
loathe
loath
lacking in food, clothing, and other necessities of life beca…
showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph
to feel disgust or intense aversion for
reluctant or unwilling
indigent
lacking in food, clothing, and other necessities of life beca…
jubilant
showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 3
demagogue (noun)
transient (adjective)
conformist (noun)
orator (noun)
a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular…
lasting for only a short time
a person who follows traditional standards of conduct
a public speaker, especially one who is eloquent or skilled
demagogue (noun)
a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular…
transient (adjective)
lasting for only a short time
English 3: Unit 3 Vocabulary
abominate
acculturation
adventitious
ascribe
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred... SYNONYMS: loathe…
(n.) the modification of social patterns, traits, or structur…
(adj.) resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute…
abominate
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred... SYNONYMS: loathe…
acculturation
(n.) the modification of social patterns, traits, or structur…
20 terms
English 3-Set 2 Vocabulary
alien
lucrative
terse
fodder
a citizen of another country; foreign, strange
bringing in money; profitable
brief and to the point
food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated
alien
a citizen of another country; foreign, strange
lucrative
bringing in money; profitable
10 terms
English 3 Unit 2C vocabulary
abase
abet
adjacent
conceive
(verb) to humiliate or degrade
(verb) to encourage or help (especially in something wrong or…
(adjective) next to, bordering; close by
(verb) 1. to form an idea. or 2. to believe or understand
abase
(verb) to humiliate or degrade
abet
(verb) to encourage or help (especially in something wrong or…
5 terms
Vocabulary Week 3 - English II
abrogate
labyrinthine
reprehensible
laceration
cancel; deny; repeal
complicated; elaborate
shameful; very bad
a cut
abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
labyrinthine
complicated; elaborate
English 3 Unit 3 Vocabulary
verdure
verdant
viridity
candid
(noun) greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation
(adjective) green; lush with vegetation
(noun) lack of experience; innocence
(adjective) open and sincere
verdure
(noun) greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation
verdant
(adjective) green; lush with vegetation
English Vocabulary words #3
guru
ellipse
embargo
enthusiastic
religious teacher and spiritual guide in Hinduism
a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of a cir…
an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a…
having or showing great excitement and interest
guru
religious teacher and spiritual guide in Hinduism
ellipse
a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of a cir…
English 3 unit 2 vocabulary
propensity
reprehensible
fortuitous
solace
a natural preference or tendency
deserving of blame, criticism, or disapproval
happening by chance, by accident, or at random;lucky`
comfort in sorrow or misfortune; consolation
propensity
a natural preference or tendency
reprehensible
deserving of blame, criticism, or disapproval
Vocabulary 3 English 3
Codicil
Affidavit
Fusty
Fibrillate
Any supplement or addition; generally used to refer to additi…
Written declaration made under oath
Stale-smelling; musty; moldy; old-fashioned
To quiver or contract spontaneously, causing effective contra…
Codicil
Any supplement or addition; generally used to refer to additi…
Affidavit
Written declaration made under oath
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 2
Awesome
Eruption
Puny
Debris
inspiring terror, weird... inspiring awe or admiration or wonder…
bursting out... Synonyms: Bursting, breakout, blast, outbreak…
weak, unimportant... Synonyms: feeble, small, paltry, little... A…
ruins, fragments... scattered fragments, wreckage... Synonyms: Sun…
Awesome
inspiring terror, weird... inspiring awe or admiration or wonder…
Eruption
bursting out... Synonyms: Bursting, breakout, blast, outbreak…
15 terms
English Vocabulary 3.308
invitation
ingredients
souvenir
spicy
ask someone to come
what you're going to cook with
something you get to remind you of your holiday
invitation
ask someone to come
ingredients
what you're going to cook with
English II Vocabulary #3
bayou
grimace
malleable
vibrant
n. a marshy inlet or outlet of a river or lake, especially in…
v. to make a face showing pain, annoyance, and the like; n. a…
adj. capable of being shaped by hammering or pressing; having…
adj. vibrating rapidly; energetic, vigorous; produced by vibr…
bayou
n. a marshy inlet or outlet of a river or lake, especially in…
grimace
v. to make a face showing pain, annoyance, and the like; n. a…
English I Vocabulary #3
sovereign
amity
potion
prowess
n. a ruler; king; queen; emperor; adj. highest in power or rank
n. friendship; peaceful relations, as between countries
n. a liquid with special powers, especially one used as poiso…
n. bravery; daring; strength; unusual skill or ability
sovereign
n. a ruler; king; queen; emperor; adj. highest in power or rank
amity
n. friendship; peaceful relations, as between countries
15 terms
English Vocabulary 3.306
responsibilities
dependent
stabilize
stork
Things you have to do.
someone who relies on you
to make something so it won't tip or fall
responsibilities
Things you have to do.
dependent
someone who relies on you
21 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 10
Feign
Reproach
Reserved
Complacent
To pretend
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME... To express disapproval of
aloof... Reticent... taciturn... formal or self-restrained... shy
Self-satisfied... Overly content... Satisfied with a situation that…
Feign
To pretend
Reproach
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME... To express disapproval of
10 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 5
Vulnerable
Exploit
Infallible
Panacea
Open to attack... Susceptible... (adj.) open to attack; capable of…
To take advantage of... to make improper use of for personal pr…
(adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable... perfect; flawle…
(n.) a remedy for all ills or difficulties (Doctors wish ther…
Vulnerable
Open to attack... Susceptible... (adj.) open to attack; capable of…
Exploit
To take advantage of... to make improper use of for personal pr…
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 4
Pinnacle
Array
Obscure
Ardent
a high peak or point... a peak or climax... summit, peak, top, crow…
an orderly arrangement... arrangement, system... Sentence: The Uni…
Unclear... Difficult to see, vague... Unknown... confuse, vague, uncle…
Enthusiastic or passionate... Intense; zealous... Having or showing…
Pinnacle
a high peak or point... a peak or climax... summit, peak, top, crow…
Array
an orderly arrangement... arrangement, system... Sentence: The Uni…
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 8
Heresy
Prudent
Ostensible
Fervid
Any belief that is strongly opposed to established beliefs... Fa…
Careful; cautious; sensible... Wise
adj. outwardly appearing as such... Insincere... apparent; professe…
extremely emotional; passionate... intensely emotional; feverish…
Heresy
Any belief that is strongly opposed to established beliefs... Fa…
Prudent
Careful; cautious; sensible... Wise
24 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 1
Arduous (Adj)
Temporal (Adj)
Solace (N)
Insidious (Adj)
difficult to do, laborious... Difficult; requiring much effort…
Pertaining to or concerned with the affairs of the present li…
comfort or consolation... Comfort in a time of sorrow... Antonyms:…
Deceitful secretive... spreading harmfully and secretly... Antonym…
Arduous (Adj)
difficult to do, laborious... Difficult; requiring much effort…
Temporal (Adj)
Pertaining to or concerned with the affairs of the present li…
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 14
Complacent
Somber
Debilitate
Impetuous
Self-satisfied; smug; overly content
(adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
to weaken; to cripple
acting or done quickly and without thought or care... Impulsive
Complacent
Self-satisfied; smug; overly content
Somber
(adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit
56 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 9
Detriment
Acute
Aversion
Inevitable
Injury or damage... harmful
Sharp... Incisive... Pointed... Severe... Shrewd
A strong feeling of dislike... A feeling of repugnance.
Unavoidable... Certain to happen
Detriment
Injury or damage... harmful
Acute
Sharp... Incisive... Pointed... Severe... Shrewd
15 terms
English Vocabulary 3.203
depends
similar
leftover
refugees
to rely on someone or something
alike or almost the same
something that has not been used yet
someone who is forced to leave their home because of war, per…
depends
to rely on someone or something
similar
alike or almost the same
10 terms
English 3 Unit 2C Vocabulary Group 2
mastery
ominous
onus
passive
(noun) great skill, proficiency
(adjective) threatening, serving as a warning
(noun) burden, difficult task or burden
(adjective) inactive, not responsive to something that requir…
mastery
(noun) great skill, proficiency
ominous
(adjective) threatening, serving as a warning
19 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 7
Extinct
Idyllic
Galvanize
Encumbrance
The death of every member of a species... A term that typically…
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful... simple and caref…
To startle into sudden activity... to arouse suddenly; to stimul…
burden, handicap, load... hindrance or obstruction
Extinct
The death of every member of a species... A term that typically…
Idyllic
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful... simple and caref…
5 terms
English 11: Vocabulary List #3
jingoistic
implacable
affinity
coquette
overly patriotic
unable to be soothed
a natural skill
a woman who flirts to get... what she wants
jingoistic
overly patriotic
implacable
unable to be soothed
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 6
Lithe
Obese
Adherent
Bliss
Bending easily and gracefully... Flexible
very fat... having an excess of body fat
follower; supporter; believer... a follower of a leader; support…
perfect happiness... perfect contentment; extreme joy... joy, delight
Lithe
Bending easily and gracefully... Flexible
Obese
very fat... having an excess of body fat
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 12
Intermittent
Vicariously
Luminosity
Presumptuous
adjective: stopping and starting at irregular interval... Irregu…
acting for another; sharing in another's experiences... ... indire…
Brightness... quality of emitting light
Disrespectfully bold... Arrogant... unwarrantedly or impertinently…
Intermittent
adjective: stopping and starting at irregular interval... Irregu…
Vicariously
acting for another; sharing in another's experiences... ... indire…
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 11
Gaudy
Innuendo
Erroneous
Credulity
garish... flashy
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
Incorrect, containing mistakes
readiness to believe... gullibility
Gaudy
garish... flashy
Innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
23 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 16
Sanctimonious
Countenance
Equanimity
Nonentity
(adj.) making a show of virtue or righteousness; hypocritical…
air, bless, favor, face aspect... approve or tolerate (verb)
(n.) calmness, composure, refusal to panic... the quality of bei…
a person or thing of little importance
Sanctimonious
(adj.) making a show of virtue or righteousness; hypocritical…
Countenance
air, bless, favor, face aspect... approve or tolerate (verb)
Vocabulary #10 (English 3)
ab-
ad-
circum-
de-
away from
to, toward, nearness, against
around
down, away from, off
ab-
away from
ad-
to, toward, nearness, against
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 13
Profound
Alleviate
Prodigious
Expedite
Deep; insightful... Intense
To make more bearable... Relieve... Lessen
Enormous... Extraordinary
carry out promptly... To speed up
Profound
Deep; insightful... Intense
Alleviate
To make more bearable... Relieve... Lessen
20 terms
English 3 Vocabulary (#3)
Abstruse
Belligerent
Candor
Decorum
difficult to understand
a nation or person engaged in war or conflict, as recognized…
the quality of being open and honest in expression
behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
Abstruse
difficult to understand
Belligerent
a nation or person engaged in war or conflict, as recognized…
Vocabulary #2 (English 3)
quad- [tetra-]
penta- [quin-]
hexa-
septa- [hepta-]
four
five
six
seven
quad- [tetra-]
four
penta- [quin-]
five
Vocabulary #6 (English 3)
anti-
contra-
counter-
dis-
against, opposite
against
against, in opposition
the reverse of
anti-
against, opposite
contra-
against
Vocabulary #1 (English 3)
uni-
mono-
bi- [di-] [do-]
tri-
single, one
single, one, alone
two
three
uni-
single, one
mono-
single, one, alone
Vocabulary #17 (English 3)
ethno-
pseudo-
meta-
vice-
race, nation
false, pretend
change, transform; beyond
in place of
ethno-
race, nation
pseudo-
false, pretend
15 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 3
compunction
conundrum
defunct
demure
(noun) distress caused by guilt
(noun) puzzle, problem
(adj.) no longer used or existing
(adj.) quiet, modest, humble
compunction
(noun) distress caused by guilt
conundrum
(noun) puzzle, problem
Vocabulary #14 (English 3)
ante-
fore-
neo-
post-
before
previously, in front of
new, recent
after, later
ante-
before
fore-
previously, in front of
Vocabulary #9 (English 3)
multi-
iso-
pan-
multifarious
many
equal
whole
having many different parts, elements, forms, etc
multi-
many
iso-
equal
20 terms
Unit 3, English 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) Resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) To assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute.…
Abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
Acculturation
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
Vocabulary #12 (English 3)
hyper-
hypo-
infra-
intra-
extra, beyond, over
under, below
below, underneath
inside of, within
hyper-
extra, beyond, over
hypo-
under, below
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