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English 9 / Lesson 9
Allure
Antiquity
Appraise
Cleave
The power to attract or charm
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
To estimate the value of... To form a judgment of; to evaluate
To cling to or be faithful to... To split with force or a sharp…
Allure
The power to attract or charm
Antiquity
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
English 9 - Week 9
atrocious
doubtful
hilarious
obnoxious
adj. monstrous, shockingly bad, wicked
adj. feeling uncertain about something
adj. extremely funny; causing loud amusement
adj. highly offensive; extremely unpleasant
atrocious
adj. monstrous, shockingly bad, wicked
doubtful
adj. feeling uncertain about something
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English 9 Unit 4
abscond
abscond
abscond
access
(v.) to run off and hide
synonyms: bolt, make off
Thieves who _____________________ with several of the museum'…
(n.) approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an in…
abscond
(v.) to run off and hide
abscond
synonyms: bolt, make off
58 terms
English 9 Unit 1
Admonish
Admonish
Admonish
Breach
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
The librarian had to _____________________ the noisy students…
Synonyms: reprimand, call on the carpet
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
Admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
Admonish
The librarian had to _____________________ the noisy students…
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Key English 9: 21A
A presentation
Geography
Wildlife
A hiker
Esitys
Maantiede
Eläimistö, luonto
Retkeilijä
A presentation
Esitys
Geography
Maantiede
Vocab Lesson 12- English 9
malodorous
accolade
malapropisms
dubious
having a bad odor
a special acknowledgment or award
ludicrous misuse of a word, especially with one that sounds s…
doubtful; arousing doubt
malodorous
having a bad odor
accolade
a special acknowledgment or award
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English 9 Honors--Vocabulary #9
assurance
asylum
console
dilate
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
(v.) to comfort; (n.)the keyboard of an organ; (n.) a control…
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon
assurance
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
asylum
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
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english9 vocab 8
affliction
devoid
elusive
formidable
distress;pain;misfortune
empty;without completely lacking
not easily found or understood
inspiring wonder, fear or dread
affliction
distress;pain;misfortune
devoid
empty;without completely lacking
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English 9 - Unit 9
uniform
unison
unanimous
monologue
The same all the way through; consistent
One voice
Showing complete agreement
A speech made by a single person
uniform
The same all the way through; consistent
unison
One voice
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English 9 Unit 5
accomplice
accomplice
accomplice
annihilate
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime
synonym: partner in crime
The driver of the getaway car was arrested and tried as an __…
(v.) to destroy completely
accomplice
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime
accomplice
synonym: partner in crime
60 terms
English 9 Unit 8
assurance
assurance
assurance
asylum
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
synonyms: promise, sureness
The airport was built with the _________________________ that…
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
assurance
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
assurance
synonyms: promise, sureness
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English 9 Unit 6
atone
atone
atone
bondage
(v.) to make up for
Synonym: expiate
In some early societies, people who committed certain crimes…
(n.) slavery; any state of being bound or held down
atone
(v.) to make up for
atone
Synonym: expiate
English 9 Dec 14
concoction
debris
disdain
eavesdrop
something (such as a food or drink) that is made by mixing to…
scattered fragments, wreckage
Intense dislike
to listen secretly to private conversations
concoction
something (such as a food or drink) that is made by mixing to…
debris
scattered fragments, wreckage
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English 9 Literary Terms
Plot
External conflict
Character
Setting
Sequence of events that make up a story
Struggle against an outside force.
A person, animal or force in the story.
The time and place of a story.
Plot
Sequence of events that make up a story
External conflict
Struggle against an outside force.
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English 9 Unit 7
Adieu
Adieu
Adieu
Advent
(int.) "Farewell!" ; (n.) a farewell
Synonyms: "So long," good-bye
You have reached the stage of life where you must expect to s…
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
Adieu
(int.) "Farewell!" ; (n.) a farewell
Adieu
Synonyms: "So long," good-bye
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English 9 Midterm Study guide
plot
expositon
conflict
internal conflict
Sequence of events in a story
Beginning of the story when characters and setting are introd…
A struggle between opposing forces
A conflict can be internal, involving opposing forces within…
plot
Sequence of events in a story
expositon
Beginning of the story when characters and setting are introd…
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English 9 Vocab #9
betrayal
controversial
defiance
envious
to disappoint the hopes or expectations of; be disloyal to.
a prolonged public dispute, debate, or contention; disputatio…
open resistance; bold disobedience.
a feeling of discontent or covetousness with regard to anothe…
betrayal
to disappoint the hopes or expectations of; be disloyal to.
controversial
a prolonged public dispute, debate, or contention; disputatio…
English 9 January 25
prate
conspire
baleful
minion
(verb) to speak about unimportant matters rapidly and incessa…
(verb) to act in agreement and in secret towards a deceitful…
(adjective ) foreshadowing of evil or tragic events
(noun) a follower of a powerful person
prate
(verb) to speak about unimportant matters rapidly and incessa…
conspire
(verb) to act in agreement and in secret towards a deceitful…
English 9 October 12
Inception
Incipient
Annihilate
Nihilism
the beginning of something
In its early stages; the beginning
to destroy completely
the belief that there are no values or morals in the universe
Inception
the beginning of something
Incipient
In its early stages; the beginning
English 9 Dec 7
commotion
conspicuous
diminish
egregious
a state of confused and noisy disturbance
Easily seen or noticed
to make or become smaller, reduce in size
Extremely bad
commotion
a state of confused and noisy disturbance
conspicuous
Easily seen or noticed
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English 9/10 Sulam
Traditional
Numerous
Disrupt
Evident
Done for a long time
Many
Interrupt
It's clear to see or understand
Traditional
Done for a long time
Numerous
Many
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 3A
prolific
reprove
symmetry
tranquil
(adj) causing plentiful growth
(v) to scold or correct usually gently or with kindly intent
(n) equal on both sides of a dividing line
(adj) calm, free from disturbance
prolific
(adj) causing plentiful growth
reprove
(v) to scold or correct usually gently or with kindly intent
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English 9 Vocabulary Lesson 3
aft
aquatic
armada
barnacles
situated near or at the rear part of a ship or boat
living or growing in or on water
a fleet of warships
hard-covered shellfish that attach themselves to submerged su…
aft
situated near or at the rear part of a ship or boat
aquatic
living or growing in or on water
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Key English 9 Unit 23
a screen
a temperature
a chance
a rule
valkokangas
lämpötila
mahdollisuus
sääntö
a screen
valkokangas
a temperature
lämpötila
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English 9--Vocabulary 12
abhor
congeniality
cynic
dupe
(v.) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
(n.) compatibility; friendliness; agreeableness
(n.) a person who believes that people act only from selfish…
(n.) person who is easily fooled or used ; (v.) to fool or ex…
abhor
(v.) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
congeniality
(n.) compatibility; friendliness; agreeableness
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English 9--Vocabulary 13
acknowledge
adversary
elude
exploit
(v.) recognize the rights or authority of; admit; to express…
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to escape from or avoid; to escape the understanding of
(v.) to make use of, develop; to make improper use of for per…
acknowledge
(v.) recognize the rights or authority of; admit; to express…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 4A
acrimonious
ameliorate
amenable
amorphous
(adj) stinging, or bitter in nature, speech, behavior
(v) to make better or more tolerable; improve
(adj) ready or willing to answer, act, agree, or yield
(adj) lacking definite form; having no specific shape; formless
acrimonious
(adj) stinging, or bitter in nature, speech, behavior
ameliorate
(v) to make better or more tolerable; improve
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 5A
affable
ambivalence
ameliorate
audacity
(adj) pleasant and likable; friendly, good-natured, or easy t…
(n) mixed feelings or emotions, positive and negative feeling…
(v) to improve or make better
(n) raw arrogance and disregard for normal standards; rude or…
affable
(adj) pleasant and likable; friendly, good-natured, or easy t…
ambivalence
(n) mixed feelings or emotions, positive and negative feeling…
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 7A
conciliate
cursory
derision
enmity
(v) to overcome anger or hostility, to win goodwill of someone
(adj) hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed; superficial
(n) ridicule; mockery, scorn
(n) hostility between enemies
conciliate
(v) to overcome anger or hostility, to win goodwill of someone
cursory
(adj) hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed; superficial
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 6A
antiquated
clandestine
egregious
hackneyed
(adj) old fashioned, no longer used, obsolete
(adj) held or conducted in secret
(adj) extremely bad, extraordinary in some awful way
(adj) made commonplace or trite; stale; banal
antiquated
(adj) old fashioned, no longer used, obsolete
clandestine
(adj) held or conducted in secret
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 10A
ambiguous
amiable
crass
discursive
(adj) open to more than one interpretation; doubtful or uncer…
(adj) good-nature and likeable
(adj) crude and unrefined; insensitive; gross
(adj) passing aimlessly from one subject to another; rambling
ambiguous
(adj) open to more than one interpretation; doubtful or uncer…
amiable
(adj) good-nature and likeable
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English 9 Vocabulary 8
attribute
humanitarian
irony
infest
1. (v.) to credit, assign (He attributes all of his success t…
(adj.) concerned with human welfare; (n.) a person devoted to…
(n.) a contrast or discrepancy between what is stated and wha…
(v.) to overrun in a way that causes harm or annoyance
attribute
1. (v.) to credit, assign (He attributes all of his success t…
humanitarian
(adj.) concerned with human welfare; (n.) a person devoted to…
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 9A
acquiesce
affinity
blasphemous
buttress
(v) submit or comply silently or without protest; agree
(n) an attraction to or liking for something;... A likeness, a n…
(adj) disrespectful or mocking behavior toward anything held…
(n) something that supports or strengthens
acquiesce
(v) submit or comply silently or without protest; agree
affinity
(n) an attraction to or liking for something;... A likeness, a n…
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English 9 Unit 4 Vocabulary
ambivalent
auspicious
eclectic
imperious
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
favorable; promising
made up of a variety of sources or styles
arrogantly domineering or overbearing
ambivalent
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
auspicious
favorable; promising
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 2A
antithesis
ascend
austere
autonomous
(n) the direct opposite
(v) to move, climb, or go upward; mount; rise
(adj) grave; sober; solemn; serious
(adj) independent
antithesis
(n) the direct opposite
ascend
(v) to move, climb, or go upward; mount; rise
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 8A
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
(v) detest utterly; loathe
(n) praise, approval
(n) a person who leads an austerely simple life, esp. one who…
(v) to hand down; pass on
abhor
(v) detest utterly; loathe
accolade
(n) praise, approval
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ENGLISH 9 UNIT 1A
altruism
ambivalence
angular
arrogant
(n) unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
(n) coexistence within an individual of positive and negative…
(adj) a. forming an angle; sharp-cornered... b. having one or m…
(adj) exaggerated sense of one's own worth or importantce
altruism
(n) unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
ambivalence
(n) coexistence within an individual of positive and negative…
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English 9 Unit 3 Vocabulary
alleviate
contemporary
gratuitous
impartial
to ease pain or burden
current, modern
given freely
unbiased; not in favor of one side or the other
alleviate
to ease pain or burden
contemporary
current, modern
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English 9 - UNIT 1 - READ
The Association of South East Asian Na…
Divide
Region
Separate
/əˌsəʊʃiˈeɪʃn/ ; Hiệp hội các quốc gia Đông Nam Á
v. /di'vaid/ chia, chia ra, phân ra
n. /'ri:dʒən/ vùng, miền
adj., v. /'seprət/ khác nhau, riêng biệt; làm rời, tách ra, c…
The Association of South East Asian Na…
/əˌsəʊʃiˈeɪʃn/ ; Hiệp hội các quốc gia Đông Nam Á
Divide
v. /di'vaid/ chia, chia ra, phân ra
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English 9--Vocabulary 10
credentials
cumbersome
genial
hoax
(n.) written evidence showing that a person has a right to a…
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
(adj.) cordial, pleasantly cheerful or warm
(n.) an act intended to trick or deceive, a fraud; (v.) to tr…
credentials
(n.) written evidence showing that a person has a right to a…
cumbersome
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
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English 9- Unit 8
Assurance
Asylum
Dwindle
Flippant
Confidence; Sureness
An institution for the care of children, elderly...a place of…
to become less
not very serious; silly
Assurance
Confidence; Sureness
Asylum
An institution for the care of children, elderly...a place of…
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English 9 Voc. 9
ambivalence
bemused
blighted
ephemeral
having mixed feelings about
lost in thought; preoccupied; confused
damaged, ruined, spoiled
something short-lived or passing; temporary
ambivalence
having mixed feelings about
bemused
lost in thought; preoccupied; confused
38 terms
Key English 9 Unit 20a
Ohjelma
Leiri
Vaihto-oppilas
Kurssi
A programme
A camp
An exchange student
A course
Ohjelma
A programme
Leiri
A camp
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English 9 / lesson 10
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
A natural talent
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
A welcome gift or blessing
Amputate
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
Aptitude
A natural talent
38 terms
Key English 9: 20 A
Ohjelma
Leiri
Vaihto-oppilas
Kurssi
A programme
A camp
An exchange student
A course
Ohjelma
A programme
Leiri
A camp
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English 9
Reflex
flexible
deflect
genuflect
involuntary response to something
bendable, not rigid
turn aside
bend at the knee
Reflex
involuntary response to something
flexible
bendable, not rigid
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English 9
bland
chronic
contemptible
diligent
(adj.) gentle, soothing, mild; lacking interest or taste
Long-standing, constant. Opposite of acute
deserving contempt; despicable
(adj.) showing care in doing one's work (The diligent researc…
bland
(adj.) gentle, soothing, mild; lacking interest or taste
chronic
Long-standing, constant. Opposite of acute
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Unit 9 (English 9)
uni (root)
uniform (adj)
unison (n)
unanimous (adj)
one
the same all the way through; consistent
in one voice
showing complete agreement
uni (root)
one
uniform (adj)
the same all the way through; consistent
40 terms
English 9
barren
conspire
primal
inconsequential
cannot produce
to plot against, usually evil
of first importance
of little or no importance
barren
cannot produce
conspire
to plot against, usually evil
2015-16 Vocabulary English 9
bilateral
bipartisan
bisect
duplex:
adj. Having two sides.
adj. Involving two political parties.
v. To divide into two equal parts.
n. A dwelling with two units.
bilateral
adj. Having two sides.
bipartisan
adj. Involving two political parties.
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