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8 English WW L17 (Book 9)
blight
cite
clemency
eccentric
noun - 1. Any disease that damages plants.... 2. Something that…
verb - 1. To mention or quote as an example or authority.... 2.…
noun - Mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
adjective - Departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd.…
blight
noun - 1. Any disease that damages plants.... 2. Something that…
cite
verb - 1. To mention or quote as an example or authority.... 2.…
16 terms
8 English WW L14 (Book 9)
amass
articulate
decimate
dexterous
verb - To gather or collect for one's use or profit; to accum…
verb - 1. To pronounce distinctly. 2. To express one's though…
verb - To kill or destroy a large portion of a group.
adjective - Skillful in the use of hands or mind.
amass
verb - To gather or collect for one's use or profit; to accum…
articulate
verb - 1. To pronounce distinctly. 2. To express one's though…
16 terms
8 English WW L2 (Book 9)
alacrity
array
deduce
encumber
noun - 1. Promptness in responding. 2. Eagerness.
noun - 1. A large group of people or things. 2. An orderly ar…
verb - To draw a conclusion from given facts.
verb - To weigh down or burden. 2. To impede the action of.
alacrity
noun - 1. Promptness in responding. 2. Eagerness.
array
noun - 1. A large group of people or things. 2. An orderly ar…
15 terms
English 3- Vocabulary Book 9
mercurial
saturnine
jovial
lethargy
changeable;quick; swift; clever; eloquent; deceitful; mischie…
not talkative; cold and gloomy; melancholy; surly; sarcastic
good-humored; hearty; joyful; genial; convivial
dullness; apathy; indifference; abnormal drowsiness
mercurial
changeable;quick; swift; clever; eloquent; deceitful; mischie…
saturnine
not talkative; cold and gloomy; melancholy; surly; sarcastic
15 terms
8 English WW L 1 (Book 9)
bewail
destitute
detract
emancipate... emancipation
verb - To express deep regret or sorrow over.
adjective - 1. Without resources or possessions, especially t…
verb - To take away, especially from the value, beauty, or im…
verb - To set free from slavery; to liberate.... noun - The fre…
bewail
verb - To express deep regret or sorrow over.
destitute
adjective - 1. Without resources or possessions, especially t…
16 terms
8 English L18 (Book 9)
adhere
aplomb
brandish
broach
verb - 1. To stick to; stay attached. ... 2. To follow closely o…
noun - Complete self-confidence and poise.
verb - To shake or wave in a threatening way.
verb - To bring up for discussion; to begin to talk about.
adhere
verb - 1. To stick to; stay attached. ... 2. To follow closely o…
aplomb
noun - Complete self-confidence and poise.
28 terms
english book 9
deliberately
to reach out
disturbing
consider
absichtlich
die Hand ausstrecken
beruhigend
bedenken
deliberately
absichtlich
to reach out
die Hand ausstrecken
English "The Odyssey Book 9"
Guile
Indifferent
Entreat
Avenge
Deceit
Neutral
Ask earnestly
Get revenge for
Guile
Deceit
Indifferent
Neutral
10 terms
English Vocab Book 9
bellwether
gullet
brandish
foreboding
describing one that takes the lead or initiative
esophagus; largely throat
to share or wave (as a weapon) menacingly
an omen, prediction, or presentiment, especially of coming evil
bellwether
describing one that takes the lead or initiative
gullet
esophagus; largely throat
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Lynch odyssey book 9 vocabulary
Adversary
Appalled
Avenge
Disdain
Foe; enemy
Great dismay or horrified
To get revenge
Disrespectful ; contempt
Adversary
Foe; enemy
Appalled
Great dismay or horrified
12 terms
The Odyssey, Book 9 Vocabulary and Lit Terms
alliteration
allusion
epic hero
epic simile
A repetition of a sound or letter at the beginning of words u…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
the main character or protagonist in an epic that heroically…
A simile developed over several lines of verse, esp. one used…
alliteration
A repetition of a sound or letter at the beginning of words u…
allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
87 terms
English Vocab - Book 9
auxiliary
auxiliary
auxiliary
auziliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support
If the main motor fails, the instructions say to turn on the…
synonyms: (adj.) additional
antonyms: (adj.) main, primary, principal
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support
auxiliary
If the main motor fails, the instructions say to turn on the…
26 terms
Book 9: "Saturday Plans"
rocket
blast
blowpipe
plunk
you shoot into the air or space
a sound, lots of fun, an explosion
to move air or an object through a pipe
to drop or place, someone or something, with force
rocket
you shoot into the air or space
blast
a sound, lots of fun, an explosion
English book 9-11
Snare
Rancor
Flitting
To atone
Trap
Continuing or bitter hatred
To fly light and quick from one place to another
To make up for a wrong doing;to make amends
Snare
Trap
Rancor
Continuing or bitter hatred
English the odyssey book 9
Adversary
Avenge
Entreat
Guile
Opponent, foe
To take vengance
To ask or beg
Cunning to attain a goal
Adversary
Opponent, foe
Avenge
To take vengance
40 terms
English book 9 ST
write Robinson Crusoe, which is consid…
wrote under the pen name, George Eliot
encouraged moral uprightness by writin…
introduced the mental-emotional dimens…
Daniel Defore
Mary Ann Evans
Thomas Carlyle
Samuel Richardson
write Robinson Crusoe, which is consid…
Daniel Defore
wrote under the pen name, George Eliot
Mary Ann Evans
English book 9&10
beguiling
stealth
snare
vile
charming, pleasing
quite
a trap
evil, disgusting
beguiling
charming, pleasing
stealth
quite
52 terms
English book 9 checkups
Economic growth, military power, and e…
The expansion of voting rights was the…
? contributed greatly toward making th…
The influence if the Reform Bill of 18…
Victorian Age
democrazy
A great increase in literacy
a new interest in reading history
Economic growth, military power, and e…
Victorian Age
The expansion of voting rights was the…
democrazy
13 terms
MDLIP Kinder MFCW Book 9: Buying Stuff (NO ENGLISH)
东西
蛋糕
面包
stuff, things
东西
stuff, things
20 terms
English Vocab - Odyssey Book 9
adversary
appalled
avenge
disdain
the opponent
great dismay; horrified
to take revenge on behalf of ones death
to refuse or reject scornfully
adversary
the opponent
appalled
great dismay; horrified
28 terms
Odyssey Book 9
hold
guile
formidable
pitiless
regard
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
(adj.) showing no sorrow or regret for another's suffering or…
hold
regard
guile
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
20 terms
English vocab book9/10
Beguiling
Stealth
Snare
Vile
Charming; pleasing
Quiet, secret, or sneaky behavior
A trap
Evil; disgusting
Beguiling
Charming; pleasing
Stealth
Quiet, secret, or sneaky behavior
English vocab book 9-13
Mutinous
Unscathed
Squadron
Enthralling
Refusing to obey
Without suffering or injury
A portion if a naval fleet
To capture once attention
Mutinous
Refusing to obey
Unscathed
Without suffering or injury
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Odyssey Book 9 Vocabulary
formidable
guile
indifferent
entreat
inspiring admiration
skillful slyness
having no interest
to ask earnestly
formidable
inspiring admiration
guile
skillful slyness
15 terms
8 English WW Lesson 9 (Book 9)
allure
antiquity
appraise
cleave
noun - the power to attract or charm
noun - 1. The ancient world, especially before the Middle Age…
verb - 1. To estimate the value of.... 2. To form a judgement of…
verb - 1. To cling to or be faithful to. ... 2. To split with fo…
allure
noun - the power to attract or charm
antiquity
noun - 1. The ancient world, especially before the Middle Age…
The Odyssey Book 9 Vocabulary
guile
formidable
enchantress
laurel
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
extremely impressive in strength or excellence
a woman who is considered to be dangerously seductive
tree whose leaves sometimes signify victory
guile
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
formidable
extremely impressive in strength or excellence
The Odyssey Book 9
Odysseus
Poseidon
Calypso
Polyphemus
Greek general from Ithaca who goes to fight in the Trojan War…
God of the seas. Hates Odysseus and is the main reason he can…
Odysseus washes up on her island and is stuck there for three…
the Cyclops who imprisoned Odysseus... One of the Cyclopes (unci…
Odysseus
Greek general from Ithaca who goes to fight in the Trojan War…
Poseidon
God of the seas. Hates Odysseus and is the main reason he can…
10 terms
English: Odyssey Book 9 Vocabulary Words
Formidable
Guile
Indifferent
Entreat
Inspiring admiration, awe or fear
Craftiness
Having no interest or care for
Beg
Formidable
Inspiring admiration, awe or fear
Guile
Craftiness
15 terms
8 English WW Lesson 5 (Book 9)
callow
contemporary
cynical... cynic
despot
adjective - Young and inexperienced; immature.
noun - A person living during the same period as another. ... a…
adjective - Doubtful of the sincerity of others' motives; ske…
noun - A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over…
callow
adjective - Young and inexperienced; immature.
contemporary
noun - A person living during the same period as another. ... a…
10 terms
English Book 9 Vocab
adversity
aloof
commandeer
contempitable
unfortunate, misfortune
distant, reserved
to take possession or control of something (military purposes)
deserving contempt, despicable
adversity
unfortunate, misfortune
aloof
distant, reserved
16 terms
8 English WW Lesson 8 (Book 9)
adroit
affront
avocation
crusade
adjective - Clever at dealing with difficult situations; adep…
verb - To insult or offend deliberately.... noun - A deliberate…
noun - An activity pursued for pleasure; a hobby.
noun - A prolonged, impassioned struggle for what is believed…
adroit
adjective - Clever at dealing with difficult situations; adep…
affront
verb - To insult or offend deliberately.... noun - A deliberate…
10 terms
MDLIP Kindergarten I Love Chinese Book 9: What's in the Ocean? (NO ENGLISH)
大海
海龟
海星
大海
15 terms
8 English WW Lesson 6 (Book 9)
apropos
ascendancy
assess... assessment
aver
adj. - Fitting the occasion; suitable or apt.
noun - Controlling influence; occupation of a position of dom…
verb - To analyze and determine the nature, value, or importa…
verb - To declare positively; to state as the truth.
apropos
adj. - Fitting the occasion; suitable or apt.
ascendancy
noun - Controlling influence; occupation of a position of dom…
16 terms
8 English WW Lesson 7 (Book 9)
amorous
belittle
censure
deem
adj. - Expressing love or the state of being in love.
verb - To present or speak of as unimportant or of little val…
verb - To blame or find fault with.... noun - A severe criticis…
verb - To regard or consider in a specified way; to believe.
amorous
adj. - Expressing love or the state of being in love.
belittle
verb - To present or speak of as unimportant or of little val…
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ENGLISH-The Odyssey book 9-12 Vocab
Impertinent
Impudent
Ominous
Palliate
Rude
Not showing respect for other people
Giving the impression something bad will happen
...
Impertinent
Rude
Impudent
Not showing respect for other people
5 terms
Odyssey Book 9
Formidable
Laurel
Appalled
Rogue
Extremely impressive in strength or excellence.
A branch or wreath of evergreen tree.
Struck with fear, dread, or consternation.
A criminally dishonest person; a scoundrel.
Formidable
Extremely impressive in strength or excellence.
Laurel
A branch or wreath of evergreen tree.
16 terms
8 English WW Lesson 11 (Book 9)
amenity
averse... aversion
complacent... complacency
decompose
noun - 1. A feature that contributes to physical comfort. 2.…
adj. - Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.... noun - a…
adj. - So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; un…
verb - To decay or to break down into basic elements.
amenity
noun - 1. A feature that contributes to physical comfort. 2.…
averse... aversion
adj. - Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.... noun - a…
10 terms
Odyssey Vocabulary Book 9
formidable
guile
indifferent
entreat
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
skillfull shyness; craftiness
having no interest in or concern for
ask earnestly; beg
formidable
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
guile
skillfull shyness; craftiness
16 terms
8 English WW Lesson 4 (Book 9)
adage
camaraderie
contend... contention
extraneous
noun - An old saying that has come to be accepted as true; a…
noun - Good will and warm feelings among friends.
verb - 1. To struggle with 2. To maintain or assert... noun - A…
adjective - Not necessary.
adage
noun - An old saying that has come to be accepted as true; a…
camaraderie
noun - Good will and warm feelings among friends.
10 terms
english (the odyssey) book 9 words to know
formidable
guile
indifferent
avenge
inspiring admiration
skillful slyness; craftiness
having no interest in or no concern
to take revenge on behalf of
formidable
inspiring admiration
guile
skillful slyness; craftiness
wordly wise book 9
Blight
Cite
Clemency
Eccentric
Blot,disease,stain
Quote,name,mention
mercy,lenience,pity
odd,unusual,peciliar
Blight
Blot,disease,stain
Cite
Quote,name,mention
16 terms
7 English WW Lesson 10 (Book 9)
abject
advocate
atrocity... atrocious
commemorate
adj. - extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading:
verb - To plead in favor of; to defend. ... noun - One who argu…
noun - An act of great cruelty and wickedness.... adj. - Very b…
verb - To serve as a memorial to; to remember in a solemn man…
abject
adj. - extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading:
advocate
verb - To plead in favor of; to defend. ... noun - One who argu…
Book 9
Who welcomes Odysseus?
Where is Odysseus' home?
What is Odysseus' view about his home,…
In lines 24-26, what does Odysseus val…
King Alcinous
Ithaca
He loves it more that any other place on earth.
His family and home
Who welcomes Odysseus?
King Alcinous
Where is Odysseus' home?
Ithaca
10 terms
The Odyssey- Book 9
Formidable
Guile
Indifferent
Entreat
Inspiring admiration
Skillful Slyness; Craftiness
Having no interest in or concern for
To ask earnestly; beg
Formidable
Inspiring admiration
Guile
Skillful Slyness; Craftiness
15 terms
English Terms Book 9 List 20 (Definitions)
Bogus (Adj)
Demise (N)
Devise (V)
Enshrine (V)
1. Counterfeit or fake. ... 2. False and artificial in tone.
The end of existence or activity; death.
To form or arrange in the mind.
To cherish as precious or sacred.
Bogus (Adj)
1. Counterfeit or fake. ... 2. False and artificial in tone.
Demise (N)
The end of existence or activity; death.
13 terms
The Odyssey, book 9
epic hero
epic simile
epithet
adversary
usually male character who embodies the ideals of a nation or…
elaborate, more involved version of a regular simile (using l…
brief, descriptive phrases that help characterize a person or…
n. an opponent; enemy
epic hero
usually male character who embodies the ideals of a nation or…
epic simile
elaborate, more involved version of a regular simile (using l…
English Words WordlyWise Book 9
Callow
Contemporary
Cynical
Despot
Young and inexperienced; immature
A person living during the same period as another.... -Existing…
Doubtful of the sincerity of others' motives; skeptical.
A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a grou…
Callow
Young and inexperienced; immature
Contemporary
A person living during the same period as another.... -Existing…
21 terms
English Terms Book 9 List 20 (Sentences)
Bogus
Bogus
Demise
Devise
The art historian discovered a _____ Rembrandt hanging in the…
Although the letter sounded as if it was from my long-lost gr…
Mark Twain wryly observed that reports of his _____ were grea…
The personnel manager had to _____ a training program for all…
Bogus
The art historian discovered a _____ Rembrandt hanging in the…
Bogus
Although the letter sounded as if it was from my long-lost gr…
22 terms
English The Odyssey Vocal Book 9-10
indifferent
disdain
formidable
guile
Marked by a lack of interest
Lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
Extremely impressive in strength or excellence
Shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
indifferent
Marked by a lack of interest
disdain
Lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
English wordly wise book 9 1-7
bewail
destitute
detract
emanipate
to express deep regret or sorrow over
without resources or possessions, especially the necessities…
To take away from, especially from the value, beauty, or impo…
To set free from slavery; to liberate
bewail
to express deep regret or sorrow over
destitute
without resources or possessions, especially the necessities…
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