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AP English III Vocabulary Set 3
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
adjective: extremely joyful, happy... Gabby Douglas, along with…
noun: the act of placing two things next to each other for im…
adjective: terse in speech or writing... A man of few words, Br…
adjective: sluggish from fatigue or weakness... After swimming…
jubilant
adjective: extremely joyful, happy... Gabby Douglas, along with…
juxtaposition
noun: the act of placing two things next to each other for im…
10 terms
AP English Set 3
servile
embellish
opulent
ornate
submissive
to decorate, adorn, touch up; to improve by adding details
exhibiting a display of great wealth
elaborately decorated
servile
submissive
embellish
to decorate, adorn, touch up; to improve by adding details
AP English 3 Set 3
Aesthetics noun
Callous adjective
Convey verb
Derision noun
the philosophical theory or set of principles governing the i…
made hard: hardened.... -Daum had become more callous over the y…
communicate ... -Riggs' had her characters convey a message of b…
ridicule; mockery.... -The characters in Daum's book had a lot o…
Aesthetics noun
the philosophical theory or set of principles governing the i…
Callous adjective
made hard: hardened.... -Daum had become more callous over the y…
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AP English: SET 3
bias
cite
claim
close reading
prejudice
identifying as piece of a source
an assertion supported by evidence
careful attentive reading
bias
prejudice
cite
identifying as piece of a source
10 terms
AP English Set 3
Apex
Appease
Armament
Ascribe
The highest point; peak
To soothe; to pacify or relieve by giving into
Military supplies and weapons; the process of arming for war
To attribute to a specific cause, source, or origin
Apex
The highest point; peak
Appease
To soothe; to pacify or relieve by giving into
10 terms
AP English Set 3
Aberration
Abnegation
Acquiesce
Anarchist
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
the act of renouncing or rejecting something.
accept something reluctantly but without protest.
a person who believes in or tries to bring about anarchy.
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Abnegation
the act of renouncing or rejecting something.
Ap English set 3
Infer
Invective
Irony
Loose sentence
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information given
Emotionally violent verbal attack using strong abusive language
The difference b/w what appears to be and what actually is true
Type of sentence that the main idea comes first, followed by…
Infer
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information given
Invective
Emotionally violent verbal attack using strong abusive language
English Ap set 3
Declarative
Deduction
Denotation
Description
A mood that represents the act or state as an objective fact
A method of reasoning in which a conclusion follows necessari…
The direct or dictionary meaning of a word in contrast to its…
A statement, picture in words, or account that describes that…
Declarative
A mood that represents the act or state as an objective fact
Deduction
A method of reasoning in which a conclusion follows necessari…
AP English Set 3
moral
motif
narrative
novella
lesson or message of literary work
element that reoccurs significantly throughout a narrative
voice or character that tells a story
story that is longer than a short story, but shorter than a n…
moral
lesson or message of literary work
motif
element that reoccurs significantly throughout a narrative
English AP Set 3
Enjambment
Caesura
Cadence
Literary Elements
a poetic technique in which one line ends without a pause and…
a pause within a line of poetry sometimes punctuated sometime…
the rise and fall in the inflection of the speaker's voice wh…
the components that together to complete a literary work
Enjambment
a poetic technique in which one line ends without a pause and…
Caesura
a pause within a line of poetry sometimes punctuated sometime…
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AP ENGLISH SET 3
irony
logic
logical fallacy
metaphor
an unexpected twist or contrast between what happens and what…
the process of reasoning
a mistake in reasoning.
a direct comparison between dissimilar things
irony
an unexpected twist or contrast between what happens and what…
logic
the process of reasoning
AP English set 3
Litote
Logic
Metaphor
Metonymy
Understatement in which the negative is used to achieve empha…
Support for a claim that is appropriate,believable, and consi…
A figure of speech using implied comparison of seemingly unli…
"Changed label" or "substitute name" a figure of speech in wh…
Litote
Understatement in which the negative is used to achieve empha…
Logic
Support for a claim that is appropriate,believable, and consi…
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Pre-Ap English 10 Vocab Set 3
bias
botch
bourgeois
breach
(n.) a seam, cut, or stitching running in a slant across clot…
(v.) to do clumsily and unskillfully / (n.) a badly done job
(adj.) relating to or belonging to the middle class of societ…
(n.) a failure to act in a promised or required way / an open…
bias
(n.) a seam, cut, or stitching running in a slant across clot…
botch
(v.) to do clumsily and unskillfully / (n.) a badly done job
25 terms
AP English Lit. & Comp. Key Terminology: Set 3
dialect
genre
inference
irony
language and speech idiosyncrasies of a specific area
type or class of literature
a conclusion or proposition arrived at by considering facts,…
contrast between what is stated and what is really meant
dialect
language and speech idiosyncrasies of a specific area
genre
type or class of literature
20 terms
AP English Rhetorical Terms (Set 3)
Inverted Order of a Sentence
Irony
Jargon
Juxtaposition
predicate comes before the subject.
A mode of speech in which words express a meaning opposite to…
refers to a specialized language providing a shorthand method…
Poetic and rhetorical device placing normally unassociated id…
Inverted Order of a Sentence
predicate comes before the subject.
Irony
A mode of speech in which words express a meaning opposite to…
AP English Set 3
Expiate
Extrinsic
Fallacious
Fatuous
To atone to (v)
Not inherent or essential (adj)
Based on a false idea or fact; misleading (adj)
Foolishly self-satisfied (adj)
Expiate
To atone to (v)
Extrinsic
Not inherent or essential (adj)
21 terms
AP English Set 3
Rime
Exact rime
Masculine rime
Feminine rime
When two or more words or phrases contain an identical or sim…
Sounds following the vowel sound have to be the same (red, br…
Rime of one syllable words or stressed final syllables (di-VO…
A rime of two or more syllables, with stress on a syllable ot…
Rime
When two or more words or phrases contain an identical or sim…
Exact rime
Sounds following the vowel sound have to be the same (red, br…
AP English Set 3
Accusatory
Artificial
Bemused
Devious
indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done…
made or produced by human beings rather than occurring natura…
puzzle, confuse, or bewilder.... S: bewildered, confused, puzzle…
showing a skillful use of underhanded tactics to achieve goal…
Accusatory
indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done…
Artificial
made or produced by human beings rather than occurring natura…
AP English set 3
Despondency
Fatalism
Jocose
Ascendancy
Low in spirits or hope
Belief in fate
Playful or humorous
To rise above in height or status
Despondency
Low in spirits or hope
Fatalism
Belief in fate
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AP English Set 3
*steadfast
*lurid
*expatiate
*inauspicious
(adj) resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering
(adj) very vivid in color, esp. so as to create an unpleasant…
(v) to speak or write at length or in detail
(adj) not conducive to success; unlucky
*steadfast
(adj) resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering
*lurid
(adj) very vivid in color, esp. so as to create an unpleasant…
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AP English Set 3
Explate
Expedite
Abominate
Ascribe
To make amends, atone, make up for; to ward off avert.
To make easy, easy, cause to progress faster.
To have an intense dislike or hatred.
To assign or refer to (as a cause or source).
Explate
To make amends, atone, make up for; to ward off avert.
Expedite
To make easy, easy, cause to progress faster.
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AP English Set 3
Avocation
Callous
Capricious
Disparity
A hobby or minor occupation
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
Given to sudden or unaccountable changes in mood or behavior
A great difference
Avocation
A hobby or minor occupation
Callous
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
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AP English Set 3
Languish
Largesse
Lethargy
Malignant
stay in a negative state without improving
Generosity or extravagance, especially when it comes to money…
Dull and slow
Malicious or spiteful.
Languish
stay in a negative state without improving
Largesse
Generosity or extravagance, especially when it comes to money…
18 terms
AP English set 3
Phenomena
Preposterous
Pretension
rhetorical question
very remarkable
contrary to reason or common sense
a claim or the assertion to a claim
used to make a point as opposed to gaining an answer
Phenomena
very remarkable
Preposterous
contrary to reason or common sense
AP English set 3
Acrid
Baroque
Craven
Demur
Adj- having an irritably strong taste/odor/smell; angry,bitter
(Adj/N). Adj: 17th/18th century art, characterized by ornate…
(Adj/n) adj: contemptibly lacking courage. N: a cowardly person
(V/n) v: raise doubt or objection. N: process of objecting to
Acrid
Adj- having an irritably strong taste/odor/smell; angry,bitter
Baroque
(Adj/N). Adj: 17th/18th century art, characterized by ornate…
Set 3. AP English
Balanced Sentence
Bathos
Chiasmus
Cliche
a sentence in which words, phrases, or clauses are set off ag…
insincere or overly sentimental quality of writing/speech int…
A statement consisting of two parallel parts in which the sec…
an expression that has been overused to the extent that its f…
Balanced Sentence
a sentence in which words, phrases, or clauses are set off ag…
Bathos
insincere or overly sentimental quality of writing/speech int…
AP English Set 3
Slippery Slope
Bandwagon
Oversimplification
Appeal to Tradition
assumes that because one thing is allowed, other, more grievo…
everybody's doing it, so therefore you should do it too
a statement or argument that leaves out relevant consideratio…
we should continue to do it this way because we've always don…
Slippery Slope
assumes that because one thing is allowed, other, more grievo…
Bandwagon
everybody's doing it, so therefore you should do it too
AP English set 3
Clarity
Cogent
Coherent
Cohesive
Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; free…
To the point, relevant, pertinent. Convincing or believable b…
Logically connected, consistent
Well integrated, pertaining to cohere. Go together
Clarity
Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; free…
Cogent
To the point, relevant, pertinent. Convincing or believable b…
23 terms
AP English set 3
Quatrain
Refrain
Repitition
Rhetorical question
Four line stanza
Repetition of a line, stanza, or phrase
Word or phrase used more than once to emphasize an idea
Question not meant to be answered
Quatrain
Four line stanza
Refrain
Repetition of a line, stanza, or phrase
AP English Set 3
Exposition
Explication
Extended metaphor
Fable
The background and events that lead to the presentation of th…
The interpretation analysis of the text
A series of comparisons between two unlike objects
A short tale, often with non-human characters, from which a u…
Exposition
The background and events that lead to the presentation of th…
Explication
The interpretation analysis of the text
AP English Set 3
pedestrian (adj.)
bona fide (adj.)
adventitious (adj.)
fecund (adj.)
ordinary or dull
in good faith
accidental; nonessential
fertile; productive
pedestrian (adj.)
ordinary or dull
bona fide (adj.)
in good faith
AP English Set 3
Harrowing
Impeccable
Impecunious
Imperative
Greatly disstressing, vexing
Exemplary, flawless
Poor
Necessary, pressing
Harrowing
Greatly disstressing, vexing
Impeccable
Exemplary, flawless
20 terms
Ap english set 3
Quelling
aesthetic
pendulous
subservient
to down forcibly, suppress
of or pertaining to criticism or sense of beauty
wavering;undecided
subordinate in capacity or function
Quelling
to down forcibly, suppress
aesthetic
of or pertaining to criticism or sense of beauty
AP English Set 3
Languish
Largesse
Lethargic
Malignant
To be and to stay negative.... The elves languished under the r…
To be generous or extravagant money-wise.... The largesse North…
Dull and slow to react.... The man was lethargic, he reacted a…
A rumor, situation, or person that is very bad.... The once mal…
Languish
To be and to stay negative.... The elves languished under the r…
Largesse
To be generous or extravagant money-wise.... The largesse North…
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AP English set 3
Metonymy
Synecdoche
Syllogism
Inversion
"changed label" or "substitute name," a figure of speech in w…
a figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
A form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise,…
A sentence in which the verb precedes the subject.
Metonymy
"changed label" or "substitute name," a figure of speech in w…
Synecdoche
a figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
AP English Set 3
elude
emaciated
enigma
ensnare
evade or escape from a danger or enemy typically in a skillfu…
abnormally thin or weak because of illness of lack of food
a person or thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult…
to capture in or involve (a device consisting of a noise, to…
elude
evade or escape from a danger or enemy typically in a skillfu…
emaciated
abnormally thin or weak because of illness of lack of food
AP English Set 3
Ad Hominem
Ad Populum (bandwagon appeal)
Appeal to False Authority
Argument
Latin for "against the man," this fallacy refers to the speci…
This fallacy occurs when evidence boils down to "everybody's…
This fallacy occurs when someone who has no expertise to spea…
A process of reasoned inquiry; a persuasive discourse resulti…
Ad Hominem
Latin for "against the man," this fallacy refers to the speci…
Ad Populum (bandwagon appeal)
This fallacy occurs when evidence boils down to "everybody's…
24 terms
AP English set 3
allegory
allusion
appositive
dialogue
the representation of abstract ideas or principles using char…
a direct or indirect reference to something which the author…
a noun that comes after another noun and renames it
a conversation between two or more people
allegory
the representation of abstract ideas or principles using char…
allusion
a direct or indirect reference to something which the author…
AP ENGLISH SET 3
Analogy
Antithesis
Chiasmus
Clause
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A balancing of two opposite or contrasting words, phrases, or…
A statement consisting of two parallel parts in which the sec…
(grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but…
Analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
Antithesis
A balancing of two opposite or contrasting words, phrases, or…
AP English set 3
litotes
metaphor
metonymy
personification
ironical understatement in which an affirmative is expressed…
a figure of speech that identifies something as being the sam…
the substitution of the name of an attribute or adjunct for t…
a figure of speech where human qualities are given to animals…
litotes
ironical understatement in which an affirmative is expressed…
metaphor
a figure of speech that identifies something as being the sam…
27 terms
AP English Set 3
Animism
Feckless
et al.
Fiduciary
-The belief that natural objects (such as rivers, trees, rock…
-Adj... -1. Lacking purpose or vitality; feeble or ineffective... -…
An abbreviation of the latin et alii, meaning "and others"
-Adj... -Relating to or of the nature of a legal trust... -Noun... -A…
Animism
-The belief that natural objects (such as rivers, trees, rock…
Feckless
-Adj... -1. Lacking purpose or vitality; feeble or ineffective... -…
10 terms
AP English Words Set 3
Avocation
Callous
Capricious
Disparity
A hobby or minor occupation
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for othe…
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
A great difference
Avocation
A hobby or minor occupation
Callous
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for othe…
AP English Words Set 3
Allegory
Anecdote
Dramatic Irony
Hyperbole
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident…
Irony that is inherent in speeches or a situation of a drams…
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
Allegory
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Anecdote
Short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident…
AP English Vocabulary Set 3
Chiasmus
Chronological Ordering
Classification
Comedy of Manners
arrangement of repeated thoughts in the pattern of XYYX. It i…
arrangement of ideas in the order in which things occur; may…
arrangement of objects according to class - media: classified…
deals with the relations and intrigues of gentlemen and ladie…
Chiasmus
arrangement of repeated thoughts in the pattern of XYYX. It i…
Chronological Ordering
arrangement of ideas in the order in which things occur; may…
10 terms
AP English Vocab Set 3
avocation
capricious
disparity
efficacy
n. a hobby or minor occupation
adj. given to sudden and unaccountable chagnes of mood or beh…
n. a great difference
n. the ability to produce a desired or intended result
avocation
n. a hobby or minor occupation
capricious
adj. given to sudden and unaccountable chagnes of mood or beh…
AP English Vocab: Set 3
affront
blase
cajole
choleric
to offend ones dignity or self respect
indifferent
to persuade by flattery
extremely irritable; easily angered
affront
to offend ones dignity or self respect
blase
indifferent
10 terms
AP English Vocabulary Set 3
Connoisseur
Corporeal
Decry
Defer or Deference
(N.) A person with expert knowledge or training (Fine arts)
(Adj.) Having physical substance; Material Form
(V.) Express strong disapproval of.
(v.) or (N.) Submit or Yield to another wish or opinion.
Connoisseur
(N.) A person with expert knowledge or training (Fine arts)
Corporeal
(Adj.) Having physical substance; Material Form
Ap English set3
Hedonist
Solipsism
Omnipotent
Fecund
One who lives purely for plesure
The idea that nothing outside your consciousness is real
All powerful
Being able to produce offspring easily
Hedonist
One who lives purely for plesure
Solipsism
The idea that nothing outside your consciousness is real
20 terms
AP english vocab set 3
prodigal
assess
deter
complacent
extravagant; wasteful
to estimate the value of; to measure
to prevent, especially by threatening
smug; self-satisfied; overly confident
prodigal
extravagant; wasteful
assess
to estimate the value of; to measure
AP English vocab set 3
Dogmatic
Duplicity
Eclectic
Efface
Adj. arrogantly authoritative or opinionated
N. the quality or state of being two- fold or double
Adj. composed of elements drawn from various sources
V. To wipe out; do away with; expunge
Dogmatic
Adj. arrogantly authoritative or opinionated
Duplicity
N. the quality or state of being two- fold or double
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