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English 4 Vocab Week 4
Swoon
Behoove
Feint
Haughty
(v) to faint; to faint from extreme emotion
(v) to be appropriate or necessary; to be beneficial
(n) a deliberately deceptive movement; (v) to make a deceptiv…
(adj) arrogant, excessively proud and vain
Swoon
(v) to faint; to faint from extreme emotion
Behoove
(v) to be appropriate or necessary; to be beneficial
English 4
stylistic choice writers make based on…
thesis statement
conclusion paragraph
introduction paragraph
1- communicate meanings beyond linguistically dictated meanin…
contains their plan for pieces structure and organization
strengthen and closure
capture intrest, prep readers, tell details
stylistic choice writers make based on…
1- communicate meanings beyond linguistically dictated meanin…
thesis statement
contains their plan for pieces structure and organization
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Lesson #4 English IV
banal (adj)
cliche
insipid (adj)
lackluster (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
an idea or expression that has become overused
lacking flavor or taste; unexciting
lacking energy or brightness
banal (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
cliche
an idea or expression that has become overused
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English 4 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…
Adj. - Generally incompetent and ineffectual
Abjure
Verb - To swear off, and it applies to something you once bel…
Belie
Verb - To be in contradiction with
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English 4 - Vocab #4
Tenacious
Infidel
Banal
Churlish
adj. Not easily discouraged; persistent
n. Unbeliever with respect to another religion
adj. Lacking originality; trite, ... commonplace
adj. Rude in mean-spirited way
Tenacious
adj. Not easily discouraged; persistent
Infidel
n. Unbeliever with respect to another religion
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English 4: Lesson 20
ornate
constituents
destitute
prelude
(adj.) elaborately decorated; showily splendid
voters
(adj.) deprived of the necessities of life; lacking in,... extre…
an introduction; that which comes before or leads off
ornate
(adj.) elaborately decorated; showily splendid
constituents
voters
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English 4 Lesson 4
efficacious
catharsis
inundate
revere
adj. effective; producing the desired outcome ... The shot of ad…
n. a release of emotional tension... The movie lacked a ________…
v. to overwhelm; to fill beyond capacity ... Callers ________ th…
v. to regard with respect, awe, or adoration... Alexander the Gr…
efficacious
adj. effective; producing the desired outcome ... The shot of ad…
catharsis
n. a release of emotional tension... The movie lacked a ________…
English 4 -Chapter 4
Brevity
Clemency
Frivolous
Heist
to be short with a response; to be brief
to show mercy; leniency
lighthearted, silly, not properly serious
a burglary
Brevity
to be short with a response; to be brief
Clemency
to show mercy; leniency
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English 4: Lesson 1
cognate
inflection
orthography
paradigam
noun: a word that looks like and is related to another word i…
alteration of pitch or tone of voice; the addition of an affi…
the study of the letters and spelling system of a language
the set of inflected forms of a word; a model or framework th…
cognate
noun: a word that looks like and is related to another word i…
inflection
alteration of pitch or tone of voice; the addition of an affi…
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8th English Vocabulary 4
eluded
alluded
miscue
exemplified
evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically…
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at
informal word for making a mistake
be a typical example of
eluded
evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically…
alluded
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at
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TOURISM ENGLISH 3-4
lifeguard
peak
avalanche
landslide
(n) a person on a beach or at a swimming pool whose job is to…
(n) the highest, strongest, or best point, value, or level of…
(n) a large amount of ice, snow, and rock falling quickly dow…
(n) a mass of rock and earth moving suddenly and quickly down…
lifeguard
(n) a person on a beach or at a swimming pool whose job is to…
peak
(n) the highest, strongest, or best point, value, or level of…
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English 4 Unit 8
Adept (adj.)
Audible (adj.)
Azure (adj.)
Banter (V.)
very skilled, esp natural talent improved by practice
Loud enough to be heard.
The blue color of a cloudless sky
to exchange playful remarks; tease
Adept (adj.)
very skilled, esp natural talent improved by practice
Audible (adj.)
Loud enough to be heard.
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English 4: Lesson 31
quantitative
zenith
astute
recur
capable of being measured or expressed as an amount
the highest point of any course or path
showing a clever or shrewd mind
to return in thought or speech; to occur at intervals
quantitative
capable of being measured or expressed as an amount
zenith
the highest point of any course or path
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English 4: Lesson 27
pallid
intermittent
redundant
sequel
abnormally pale; lacking in color
stopping and starting with pauses in between
unnecessarily wordy or repetitive
a literary work or film continuing the story of one written o…
pallid
abnormally pale; lacking in color
intermittent
stopping and starting with pauses in between
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English 4: Lesson 29
irksome
malignant
farce
parody
annoying; irritating; tiresome
actively evil; having an evil influence
comedy using exaggeration and absurd action; mockery
an imitation that ridicules the original
irksome
annoying; irritating; tiresome
malignant
actively evil; having an evil influence
english 4
indiscriminate
serrated
reproach
brandish
random
jagged like the edge of a saw
to express disapproval
to use or shake in a treating way
indiscriminate
random
serrated
jagged like the edge of a saw
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WynnEnglish3A4
Erg (G) work
Esthes, aesthe (G) feeling, sensation
Eu (G) good, well
Gam (G) sexual union
energy, allergy, synergy, ergonomics
anesthetic, aesthetic, kinesthesia, synesthesia
euphoria, eulogy, euthanasia, utopia
polygamy, gametes, misogamy, bigamy
Erg (G) work
energy, allergy, synergy, ergonomics
Esthes, aesthe (G) feeling, sensation
anesthetic, aesthetic, kinesthesia, synesthesia
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Enjoy English 4 Unit 4
talk
see
say
fall
разговаривать
видеть
сказать
упасть
talk
разговаривать
see
видеть
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Unit 9- English 4
watching a video
writing a dictation
reading a text
making a paper boat
viết chính tả
watching a video
writing a dictation
viết chính tả
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English 4: Lesson 30
facsimile
commence
vigilant
espionage
an exact reproduction or copy
to begin; to initiate;
alert; watchful; wary
spying
facsimile
an exact reproduction or copy
commence
to begin; to initiate;
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English 4: Lesson 26
translucent
itinerary
stimulant
infallible
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
route, plan, or record of a trip
something that excites or activates
free from or incapable of error; absolutely reliable
translucent
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
itinerary
route, plan, or record of a trip
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English 4: Lesson 25
mull
imposition
synthesis
effervescent
to think about at length
something forced on another person, such as an undeserved bur…
the combination of parts or elements to form a whole
high spirited; lively; foaming
mull
to think about at length
imposition
something forced on another person, such as an undeserved bur…
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English 4: Lesson 28
lexicon
simulate
eject
rendezvous
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
to mimic; imitate
to throw out forcefully; to expel
a designated meeting place; to meet at a certain time and place
lexicon
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
simulate
to mimic; imitate
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English 4
end rhyme
internal rhyme
eye rhyme
slant rhyme
the sounds at the end of lives rhyme
the sounds within a line rhyme
the word look like then should rhyme but when you say them al…
the words share sounds but don' quite rhyme - like above and…
end rhyme
the sounds at the end of lives rhyme
internal rhyme
the sounds within a line rhyme
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English 4 Lesson 6
sectarian
peregrination
accoutrement
contrive
narrowly confined to a particular group
travel by walking
an accessory item of dress or equipment
to plan cleverly; to devise
sectarian
narrowly confined to a particular group
peregrination
travel by walking
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English 4 Vocab Week 1010
Tyrant
Antic
Avaricious
Desolate
(n) a cruel and oppressive ruler... adj=tyrannical... noun=tyranny=…
(n) a playful trick or prank; playful action
(adj) greedy... noun=avarice
(adj) deserted, without inhabitants, barren, empty
Tyrant
(n) a cruel and oppressive ruler... adj=tyrannical... noun=tyranny=…
Antic
(n) a playful trick or prank; playful action
English 1 week 4
quandary
recede
tariff
sacrifice
a condition of uncertainty or doubt
to move back or away from a limit, degree or point
a tax or duty imposed by a government on imported or exported…
The act of giving up something highly valued for the sake of…
quandary
a condition of uncertainty or doubt
recede
to move back or away from a limit, degree or point
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Unit 2 English 4
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
to approach and speak to first; to confront in a a challengin…
a comment indicating strong criticism or dispproval
desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely eager
having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
to approach and speak to first; to confront in a a challengin…
animadversion
a comment indicating strong criticism or dispproval
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English 4
Aftermath (n)
Aggrandize (v)
Ajar (adj/adv)
allienate (v.)
events following some occurence; a consequence of
to increase in size; enlarge to cause to appear greater in po…
partially open
to make hostile; to cause to feel unwelcome or estranged
Aftermath (n)
events following some occurence; a consequence of
Aggrandize (v)
to increase in size; enlarge to cause to appear greater in po…
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Vocab #4- IB English
aristocratic
boisterous
brassiere
crooked
of or relating to government by an aristocracy; a class of pe…
rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrai…
a woman's undergarment for supporting the breasts.
not straightforward; dishonest
aristocratic
of or relating to government by an aristocracy; a class of pe…
boisterous
rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrai…
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English 4 Week 4
embattled
corrugate
haggard
precarious
engaged in or beset by conflict or struggle
wrinkled; ridged
Having an exhausted appearance
Dangerous; risky; lacking in security or stability
embattled
engaged in or beset by conflict or struggle
corrugate
wrinkled; ridged
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English 4 List 7
bedraggled
behoove
euphemism
evanescent
wet; limp; messy
to be necessary, right, or proper for
an inoffensive word substituted for an offensive one
lasting only a short time; vanishing
bedraggled
wet; limp; messy
behoove
to be necessary, right, or proper for
Hitchings English AP #4
rake
crux
inquest
matriarchy
scratch over the surface of something
an essential or pivotal point; a perplexing difficulty
an investigation; an inquiry
a society where the mother is the head of the family and desc…
rake
scratch over the surface of something
crux
an essential or pivotal point; a perplexing difficulty
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English 4 Vocab Week **
Depravity
Deride
Deter
Detrimental
(n) moral corruption; extreme wickedness... adj=depraved
(v) to ridicule, laugh at with contempt or hatred
(v) o discourage or prevent someone from taking action... noun=d…
(adj) causing damage or harm... noun=detriment
Depravity
(n) moral corruption; extreme wickedness... adj=depraved
Deride
(v) to ridicule, laugh at with contempt or hatred
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English 4
ascertain
reciprocal
impertinent
pertinent
(v.) find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
(adj.) given, felt, or done in return.
(adj.) not showing proper respect; rude.
(adj.) relevant or applicable to a particular matter; apposite.
ascertain
(v.) find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
reciprocal
(adj.) given, felt, or done in return.
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English 4 unit 4
solicitous
garnished
absolution
commission
showing care or concern
decorated
act of freeing someone from sin or criminal charge
act of giving authority to an individual
solicitous
showing care or concern
garnished
decorated
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English #4
Immoderate
Slander
Prorogue
Charnel house
Def: exceeding just, usual, or suitable bounds... Origin: Latin…
Def: to make a false spoken statement that causes people to h…
Def: defer, postpone... Origin: Latin... Synonyms: defer, postpone…
Def: a building or vault in which corpses or bones are piled.…
Immoderate
Def: exceeding just, usual, or suitable bounds... Origin: Latin…
Slander
Def: to make a false spoken statement that causes people to h…
English vocab 4
aspen
reprehensible
tumbrel
rendezvous
a type of tree
deserving blame
a little cart
a meeting place
aspen
a type of tree
reprehensible
deserving blame
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"The Lottery" Vocabulary English 4
To Blossom
To Assemble
Boisterous
To Survey
to grow, or mature
to gather, or to put together
loud, energetic
to view in detail, or collect information
To Blossom
to grow, or mature
To Assemble
to gather, or to put together
English 4 - Chapter 6
Appall
Cognizant
Commiserate
Expedient
To shock
Conscious of
To express sorrow
Self-interested
Appall
To shock
Cognizant
Conscious of
English 4 -Chapter 5
Copious
Dearth
Eloquent
Jargon
plentiful
shortage
stirring
technical language
Copious
plentiful
Dearth
shortage
English 4 -Chapter 9
Accolade
Assuage
Cacophony
Censure
An expression of approval
To make less severe
Unpleasant noise
Disapproval
Accolade
An expression of approval
Assuage
To make less severe
English #4
monopolizing
monopolizing
mercifully
mercifully
taking complete control or possession of someone or something
monopolzing
full of mercy; characterized by, expressing, or showing mercy…
As I studied the surrounding buildings, __________ still inta…
monopolizing
taking complete control or possession of someone or something
monopolizing
monopolzing
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English 4 - Vocab #6
Circumlocution
Acumen
Akimbo
Juxtapose
n. Use of unnecessarily wordy language
n. Quickness and keenness of judgment
v. Limbs bent, most often hands on hips
v. To place together for contrasting effect
Circumlocution
n. Use of unnecessarily wordy language
Acumen
n. Quickness and keenness of judgment
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English 4 - Vocab #2
Vehement
Bellicose
Epiphany
Allay
adj. Showing strong feeling; passionate
adj. Demonstrating aggression/willingness to fight
n. Sudden realization
v. Diminish; soothe or alleviate
Vehement
adj. Showing strong feeling; passionate
Bellicose
adj. Demonstrating aggression/willingness to fight
English 4-Chapter 7
Clamor
Contract
Duplicity
Equivocal
loud noise
to become smaller
deceit
vague
Clamor
loud noise
Contract
to become smaller
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English 4 - Vocab #10
Servile
Insolence
Consign
Discourse
adj. Showing excessive willingness to please
n. Blatantly rude or disrespectful behavior
v. To give over care to another
n. Lengthy discussion of a topic
Servile
adj. Showing excessive willingness to please
Insolence
n. Blatantly rude or disrespectful behavior
100 terms
English 4
Doctrine
Peculiar
Inmate
Instigate
مذهب
Odd; strange... غريب الاطوار
نزيل, سجين, المساكن, مريض, من يشاطر المسكن
يحرض
Doctrine
مذهب
Peculiar
Odd; strange... غريب الاطوار
Vocabulary Unit 4 (English-English)
arrogant
bad-tempered
bright
cautious
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
easily annoyed or made angry
intelligent
careful to avoid potential problems
arrogant
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
bad-tempered
easily annoyed or made angry
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English 4 - Vocab #3
Articulate
Vacuous
Jejune
Chuffed
v. Express fluently and coherently
adj. Showing lack of thought/intelligence; vacant
adj. Naïve, simplistic, and superficial
v. Moved with a sharp puffing sound
Articulate
v. Express fluently and coherently
Vacuous
adj. Showing lack of thought/intelligence; vacant
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