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20 terms
English 3 Units 5 & 6
aquarium
art gallery
concert hall
dairy farm
aquarium
art gallery
6 terms
5.6 Vocabulary English II
resolute
responsibility
adulation
allay
firm, determined
An obligation or duty
Excessive or high praise
relieve; to lessen
resolute
firm, determined
responsibility
An obligation or duty
English 5-6 Vocab
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Incipid
V. ... To tell; to reveal (a secret)... S: Unveil, Disclose... A: Conc…
V.... To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing... S: Promot…
Adj. ... Arrogant and stubborn about ones (often unproven) belie…
Adj.... Lacking flavor; dull; not interesting... S: Flat, lifeless…
Divulge
V. ... To tell; to reveal (a secret)... S: Unveil, Disclose... A: Conc…
Abet
V.... To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing... S: Promot…
English 5-6 Unit 1 Vocabulary
primary source
structure
defend
challenge
An original document containing the observations, ideas, and…
Described in terms of stanza, form, and meter.
to speak or write in support of (someone or something that is…
to say or show that (something) may not be true, correct, or…
primary source
An original document containing the observations, ideas, and…
structure
Described in terms of stanza, form, and meter.
15 terms
6 English WW Lesson 5
adequate
administer
agitate
capitulate
adjective - Enough, sufficient.
verb - 1. To manage or direct 2. To give out as treatment or…
verb - 1. to disturb or upset. 2. To move with an irregular,…
verb - To give in; to surrender. (used with to)
adequate
adjective - Enough, sufficient.
administer
verb - 1. To manage or direct 2. To give out as treatment or…
8 terms
LRC English 6 Ch. 5
benefit
delay
emphasize
logical
to be helped by something
to wait until later to do something; to postpone
to show that something is important
making sense; using or showing reason
benefit
to be helped by something
delay
to wait until later to do something; to postpone
20 terms
English- vocabulary 5+6
Apologist
Dissuade
Dupe
Fallacy
A person who defends an idea
To discourage someone through persuation
To take advantage by fooling someone
A false belief
Apologist
A person who defends an idea
Dissuade
To discourage someone through persuation
24 terms
English vocab 5&6
Jeering
Hurled
Sullenly
Woe
Shouting or laughing at someone
Threw something with great force
In a hostile way
Grief or distress
Jeering
Shouting or laughing at someone
Hurled
Threw something with great force
English 5-6 vocabulary
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Inspired
to tell; to reveal(a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
Arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not interseting
Divulge
to tell; to reveal(a secret)
Abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
English week 5 & 6
Adjoining ... Touching at a point or line
Disjointed ... Lacking order or coherence
Injunction ... A court order demanding s…
Junction ... A place or point of meeting
Synonym: connected... There have been some circumstances where…
Synonym: disconnected... The pages were disjointed.
Synonym: a command... My teacher injunctioned me to go after sch…
Synonym: intersection... There was a crash at the junction.
Adjoining ... Touching at a point or line
Synonym: connected... There have been some circumstances where…
Disjointed ... Lacking order or coherence
Synonym: disconnected... The pages were disjointed.
10 terms
English Vocab # 5 and 6
Improvise
Effigy
Tempestuously
Incantation
to act without previous preperation
a representation or image
characterized by a tempest or violent storm
words that bring luck, a charm
Improvise
to act without previous preperation
Effigy
a representation or image
16 terms
English In Mind 5 U6
Tribute
Imminent
Breeding ground
To scarper
A show of respect and admiration
Coming, likely to happen very soon
A place where animals have their babies
To leave very quickly
Tribute
A show of respect and admiration
Imminent
Coming, likely to happen very soon
15 terms
English 5, 6, 7
Trepidation
Haggle
Acute
Procrastinate
n. a state of alarm or dread; apprehension; fear... Syn. agitat…
v. to dispute or bargain persistently, especially over the co…
adj. (of a bad, difficult, or unwelcome situation or phenomen…
v. delay or postpone action; to put off doing something... Syn.…
Trepidation
n. a state of alarm or dread; apprehension; fear... Syn. agitat…
Haggle
v. to dispute or bargain persistently, especially over the co…
22 terms
ENGLISH 6- UNIT 5
Antarctica
backpack
boat
boot
Châu Nam cực
ba lô
con thuyền
giày ủng
Antarctica
Châu Nam cực
backpack
ba lô
ENGLISH 6-U5
take a shower
play soccer
go to bed
do the housework
take a shower
play soccer
8 terms
English 6/5
ailment
venereal disease
ubiquitous
sedition
choroba, najczęściej niezbyt poważna
choroba weneryczna
wszechobecny
podburzanie
ailment
choroba, najczęściej niezbyt poważna
venereal disease
choroba weneryczna
English 5-6 Vocab Words
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
verb. To tell; to reveal (a secret)
Verb. To assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
Adjective. Arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven)…
Adjective. lacking flavor, dull; not interesting
Divulge
verb. To tell; to reveal (a secret)
Abet
Verb. To assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
English Vocab 5-6
agitation
apparition
cope
moor
n: a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement;…
n: a ghost; a phantom; an appearance seen suddenly
v: to deal with; to handle problems of difficulties
n: a large, open area of land, often marshy with heather grow…
agitation
n: a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement;…
apparition
n: a ghost; a phantom; an appearance seen suddenly
40 terms
english 4,5,&6
affliated
ascertain
converge
expunge
associated,connected
to find out
to move toward one point,approach nearer together
to erase, obliterate, destroy
affliated
associated,connected
ascertain
to find out
120 terms
English 5-6 Vocabulary
Abominations
Adamant
Adversary
Aficionado
Dreadful and immoral things
Firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding infexible
Opponent or enemy
An enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan
Abominations
Dreadful and immoral things
Adamant
Firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding infexible
English 5-6 Vocabulary
divulge (v)
abet (v)
dogmatic (adj)
insipid (adj)
to tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not interesting
divulge (v)
to tell; to reveal
abet (v)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
English 5-6 Quiz 2 (#9-15)
Tone
Defend
Challenge
Qualify
The attitude the author has toward his/her subject (noun).
To support the statement that has been made (verb).
To oppose or refute the statement that has been made (verb).
To consider to what extent the statement is true or untrue (v…
Tone
The attitude the author has toward his/her subject (noun).
Defend
To support the statement that has been made (verb).
10 terms
English Vocab 5 & 6
Habitual
Flamboyant
Reticent
Maverick
Done or acquired by habit
Ornate: to showy
Disinclined to speak
A person who acts independently of any organization, politica…
Habitual
Done or acquired by habit
Flamboyant
Ornate: to showy
ENGLISH 6- UNIT 5
Antarctica
backpack
boat
boot
Châu Nam cực
ba lô
con thuyền
giày ủng
Antarctica
Châu Nam cực
backpack
ba lô
21 terms
English Vocab Lessons 5-6
micro-
bio
-ology
scope
Small
Life
The study of
View
micro-
Small
bio
Life
22 terms
English Vocab 5 and 6
Assertive
Brazen
Complaisant
Docile
confidently aggressive or self assured
shameless or impudent
inclined or disposed to please
easily managed or handled
Assertive
confidently aggressive or self assured
Brazen
shameless or impudent
29 terms
English 11H 5-6
Bas-relief
Debase
Declivity
Proclivity
Sculpture whose ornament or figures are somewhat raised above…
To lower in quality, value, or dignity, to degrade
A downward slope, the slope of a hill
A natural inclination or tendency
Bas-relief
Sculpture whose ornament or figures are somewhat raised above…
Debase
To lower in quality, value, or dignity, to degrade
11 terms
English 6 (p.5)
after
half
than
inside
после
половина
чем
внутри
after
после
half
половина
English II 5/6
ULTRA
FER
PERI
SED
BEYOND
CARRY
NEAR/AROUND
SIT
ULTRA
BEYOND
FER
CARRY
English 5-6 Vocabulary
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
V-to tell,reveal
V-to assist or encourage wrongdoing
Adj-arrogant or stuburn about ones beliefs
Adj- not interesting
Divulge
V-to tell,reveal
Abet
V-to assist or encourage wrongdoing
6-5 English in Use
carnation
daisy
quantity
dozen
гвоздика
маргаритка
количество
дюжина
carnation
гвоздика
daisy
маргаритка
28 terms
English 5 y 6
Acute
Bluster
Bungle
Commentary
with a sharp poin; jeen and alert; sharp and severe; = rising…
Verb - to talk in a noisy and threatening way; to blow in sto…
to act or work clumsily and awkwardly; to ruin something thro…
a series of notes clarifying or explaining something continue…
Acute
with a sharp poin; jeen and alert; sharp and severe; = rising…
Bluster
Verb - to talk in a noisy and threatening way; to blow in sto…
15 terms
English 6 list 5
Transfer
Conifer
Defer
Fertile
To move up or carry from one place or another
A cone-bearing tree
To submit to another's wishes
Bearing fruit in great quantities
Transfer
To move up or carry from one place or another
Conifer
A cone-bearing tree
24 terms
English vocab 5&6
Examine
Excerpt
Fact
Figurative
to inspect or scrutinize carefully
a passage or quotation taken or selected from a book, documen…
something that actually exists
of the nature of or involving a figure of speech, especially…
Examine
to inspect or scrutinize carefully
Excerpt
a passage or quotation taken or selected from a book, documen…
5 terms
English 5-6
verb tense
nouns
pronouns
sentence fragments
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verb tense
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nouns
...
English I 5/6
ISM
SED
ANIM
GASTRO
ACT OF/CONDITION OF
SIT
MIND
STOMACH
ISM
ACT OF/CONDITION OF
SED
SIT
20 terms
English vocab 5&6
Appellation
Bowdlerize
Cognate
Doggerel
Name... "A twisting road that deserved the appellation 'Sidewind…
To change (a book, play, movie, etc.) by removing parts that…
A word related in origin to another word.... "The English word '…
Poorly written poetry that is not meant to be taken seriously…
Appellation
Name... "A twisting road that deserved the appellation 'Sidewind…
Bowdlerize
To change (a book, play, movie, etc.) by removing parts that…
20 terms
English 6 list 5 vocab
Acute
bluster
bungle
commentary
(adj) with a sharp point; keen and alert
(v) to talk or act in a noisy and threatening way
(v) to act or work clumsily and awkwardly; to ruin something…
(n) a series of notes clarifying or explaining something
Acute
(adj) with a sharp point; keen and alert
bluster
(v) to talk or act in a noisy and threatening way
47 terms
English 5 and 6
Unmitigated
temerity
cynical
indignant
adjective ... not softened in respect of severity
noun ... excessive boldness, rashness foolhardiness
adjective ... distrustful of human sincerity or goodness
adjective ... angered at something unjust or wrong
Unmitigated
adjective ... not softened in respect of severity
temerity
noun ... excessive boldness, rashness foolhardiness
25 terms
English Vocab 5/6
asset- noun
madras- adj.
reckless- adj.
heave- verb
A useful and desirable thing or quality.
Made of or resembling a light cotton fabric of various weaves.
Without caution; careless
To throw with effort, force, or violence.
asset- noun
A useful and desirable thing or quality.
madras- adj.
Made of or resembling a light cotton fabric of various weaves.
English Weeks 5&6
Metonymy
Motif
Parable
Periodic sentence
Figure of speech involving the substitution of the name of an…
Anything with thematic importance that recurs in a work
Brief story that teaches a lesson, usually with human charact…
Sentence which critical meaning comes only at the end
Metonymy
Figure of speech involving the substitution of the name of an…
Motif
Anything with thematic importance that recurs in a work
20 terms
ENGLISH VOCAB 5 AND 6
Apologist
Dissuade
Dupe
Fallacy
A person who defends an idea
To discourage someone through persuation
To take advantage by fooling someone
A false belief
Apologist
A person who defends an idea
Dissuade
To discourage someone through persuation
20 terms
English Vocab 5&6
antagonism
ardent
arid
assuage
hostility
(adj.) very enthusiastic, impassioned
Dry
TO MAKE LESS SEVERE
antagonism
hostility
ardent
(adj.) very enthusiastic, impassioned
20 terms
English Vocab 5-6
Consisted
Futility
Haphazardly
Juxtaposing
组成,符合
无用
偶然的,随意的,杂乱的
并置的
Consisted
组成,符合
Futility
无用
20 terms
English WOTD 5-6
bleak
melancholy
domain
alleviate
depressing (Place, weather, area)
gloomy, weary (feeling)
a territory over which one rules
to make less severe
bleak
depressing (Place, weather, area)
melancholy
gloomy, weary (feeling)
vocab 5-6 english
traditional
rural
burden
campus
beliefs, opinions, and customs handed down from one generatio…
in the country.
what is carried; a load
grounds of a college, unversity
traditional
beliefs, opinions, and customs handed down from one generatio…
rural
in the country.
23 terms
English Vocal 5&6
envisage
visage
apparition
perspicacious
to imagine; to conceive of
face; facial expression
an unreal figure; a ghost
wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
envisage
to imagine; to conceive of
visage
face; facial expression
English Vocab. 5+6
Quelled
Inordinately
Provocation
Inconspicuous
To surpres; put an end to, extinguish
Not within proper or reasonable limits, excessive
Something that angers or irritates
Not noticeable or prominent
Quelled
To surpres; put an end to, extinguish
Inordinately
Not within proper or reasonable limits, excessive
19 terms
6:5 Vocabulary in English
antic
attire
captivate
deft
A playful or funny act.
Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... To dress up…
To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
Quick and sure; skillful at handling.
antic
A playful or funny act.
attire
Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... To dress up…
Vocabulary List #5 English 6
aqua
bio
gen
matr
water
life
born or produce
mother
aqua
water
bio
life
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