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AP English Literature and Composition: Vocabulary Week 3
Vindicate (v)
Imperious (adj)
Cryptic (adj)
Futile (adj)
clear (someone) of blame or suspicion... show or prove to be ri…
assuming power or authority without justification; arrogant a…
having a meaning that is mysterious or obscure
incapable of producing any useful result; pointless
Vindicate (v)
clear (someone) of blame or suspicion... show or prove to be ri…
Imperious (adj)
assuming power or authority without justification; arrogant a…
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English Literature and Composition AP
theme
verisimilitude
tone
diction
a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in a literary or…
the quality of appearing to be true, real, likely, or probabl…
the quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that…
a writer's or speaker's choice of words
theme
a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in a literary or…
verisimilitude
the quality of appearing to be true, real, likely, or probabl…
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AP English Literature and Composition
adage
allegory
alliteration
allusion
A saying that becomes widely accepted as truth over time. Usu…
A story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
The repetition of one or more initial consonant in a group of…
A reference to a person, place, or event meant to create an e…
adage
A saying that becomes widely accepted as truth over time. Usu…
allegory
A story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
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AP English Literature & Composition Week Unit 3
Egregious
Biased
Arbiter
Rhetoric
adi. ... Conspicuous, standing out from the mass. ... (Used partic…
Prejudiced
A judge who decides a disputed issue
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
Egregious
adi. ... Conspicuous, standing out from the mass. ... (Used partic…
Biased
Prejudiced
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AP English Literature and Composition Vocabulary Week #4
Cicerone
Hector
Hedonism
Nestor
A guide, especially one who takes tourists to museums, monume…
To bully, intimidate or harass by bluster.
An attitude or way of life based on the idea that pleasure or…
A senior figure or leader in one's field.
Cicerone
A guide, especially one who takes tourists to museums, monume…
Hector
To bully, intimidate or harass by bluster.
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AP English Literature & Composition Vocabulary (Set 7)
Acquiesce
Amity
Arduous
Gestalt
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
a friendly relationship
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
an organized whole. Gestalt psychologists emphasized our tend…
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
Amity
a friendly relationship
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Literature & Composition - Week 1
Abet
Accrue
Acrimonious
Affable
(v.) to aid, help, encourage ... (The spy succeeded only becaus…
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone ... (He didn't have t…
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to ... (…
Abet
(v.) to aid, help, encourage ... (The spy succeeded only becaus…
Accrue
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
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AP English Literature and Composition Vocabulary
Antagonist
Catharsis
Climax
Conflict
Any force aligned against the protagonist
Purification that brings emotional relief or renewal
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
Opposition in a work of drama or fiction between characters o…
Antagonist
Any force aligned against the protagonist
Catharsis
Purification that brings emotional relief or renewal
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English Literature and Composition: Week 4 Shakespearean Quotations's
Identify the quotation: "Friends, Roma…
Identify the quotation: "He does me do…
Identify the quotation: "He jests at s…
Identify the quotation: "He that is ro…
From: Julius Ceasar... This is the start of Marc Antony's funera…
From: Richard II... Richard II speaks these lines in Richard II…
From: Romeo and Juliet... Romeo is referring to Mercutio as he c…
From: Othello... Othello speaks these lines to Iago as he contem…
Identify the quotation: "Friends, Roma…
From: Julius Ceasar... This is the start of Marc Antony's funera…
Identify the quotation: "He does me do…
From: Richard II... Richard II speaks these lines in Richard II…
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English Literature and Composition-AP Test #7 12/06/16
Synecdoche
Metonymy
Metaphor
Simile
A part referring to the whole, as in "hand" for "sailor"
A word or phrase standing for another word or phrase. Washing…
Word or phrase designating comparison
Comparison of unlike things using like or as
Synecdoche
A part referring to the whole, as in "hand" for "sailor"
Metonymy
A word or phrase standing for another word or phrase. Washing…
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AP English Literature & Composition
Allusion
Attitude
Details (also choice)
Devices of Sound
A reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
The disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
The individual items or parts that make up a larger picture o…
The techniques of deploying the sound of words, especially in…
Allusion
A reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
Attitude
The disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
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AP English Literature and Composition
antithesis
Apollonian
apostrophe
ballad
"They promised freedom but provided slavery."... "Ask not what y…
in contrast to Dionysian, it refers to the most noble, godlik…
speaker addresses person or personified thing not present (i.…
simple narrative verse telling a story that is sung or recite…
antithesis
"They promised freedom but provided slavery."... "Ask not what y…
Apollonian
in contrast to Dionysian, it refers to the most noble, godlik…
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Composition and Literature Vocabulary #7
Aegis
Forum
Restitution
Panic
Sheild or protecting (N)
A public meeting (N)
Compensation (N)
Sudden, over powering terror (A)
Aegis
Sheild or protecting (N)
Forum
A public meeting (N)
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Unit 7 Literature & Composition
Proficient(adj.)
Factotum(n.)
Facsimile(n.)
Facile(adj.)
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
Too easy
Proficient(adj.)
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
Factotum(n.)
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
AP English Literature and Composition
Novel
Stereotype
Connotation
Syntax
A fictional narrative in prose.
Generalization, usually exaggerated, to describe a group.
The emotion or association that a word or phrase may arouse.
Ordering of words into meaningful verbal patterns such as phr…
Novel
A fictional narrative in prose.
Stereotype
Generalization, usually exaggerated, to describe a group.
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AP English Literature and Composition Vocabulary
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anapestic
A prose or poetic narrative in which the characters, behavior…
The sequential repetition of similar initial sound, usually a…
a reference to a literary or historical event, person, or pla…
a metrical foot in poetry that consists of two unstressed syl…
Allegory
A prose or poetic narrative in which the characters, behavior…
Alliteration
The sequential repetition of similar initial sound, usually a…
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Ap English Literature and Composition
Allegory
Allusion
Anecdote
Antagonist
Narrative with multiple levels of meaning
Literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
Brief story or tale
Force opposing main character/protagonist
Allegory
Narrative with multiple levels of meaning
Allusion
Literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
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AP English Literature and Composition
allusion
archetype
ave maria
averted
a passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of somet…
the original pattern or model from which all things of the sa…
the first two words of the Latin version of a prayer in the R…
to turn away or aside.
allusion
a passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of somet…
archetype
the original pattern or model from which all things of the sa…
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AP English Literature and Composition
Abstract Language
Allegory
Alliteration
Anachronism
Language describing ideas and qualities rather than observabl…
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
The repetition at close intervals of initial and identical co…
Assignment of something to a time when it was not in existenc…
Abstract Language
Language describing ideas and qualities rather than observabl…
Allegory
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
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AP English Literature & Composition
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
A narrative or description having a second "deeper" meaning b…
The repetition of a consonant sound in a line of poetry. The…
A reference to something in history, previous literature, the…
Something or someone that is not in its correct historical or…
Allegory
A narrative or description having a second "deeper" meaning b…
Alliteration
The repetition of a consonant sound in a line of poetry. The…
English literature and composition
metaphysical poetry
augustan
romantic
symbolists
realistic ... difficult and obscure ... introspective meditations o…
rhymed heroic couplet satire ... wit, irony, brevity
written about the common life ... emotional and enthusiastic ... hu…
link between romanticism and modernism ... decadent and sensual…
metaphysical poetry
realistic ... difficult and obscure ... introspective meditations o…
augustan
rhymed heroic couplet satire ... wit, irony, brevity
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English Literature And Composition
Allocation
Ascetic
Beguile
Crass
The act of allocating, apportionment.
a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contem…
to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude.
without refinement, delicacy, or sensitivity; gross; obtuse;…
Allocation
The act of allocating, apportionment.
Ascetic
a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contem…
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English Literature and Composition
metaphor
simile
personification
synecdoche
comparison of two seemingly unlike things
comparison using like or as
characteristics of humans given to non-humans
part for the whole
metaphor
comparison of two seemingly unlike things
simile
comparison using like or as
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AP English Literature & Composition
allocation
ascetic
beguile
crass (adj.)
the act of allocating
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to mislead, to trick or deceive
without delicacy
allocation
the act of allocating
ascetic
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
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AP English Literature & Composition
Allocation
Ascetic
Beguile
Crass
...
...
...
...
Allocation
...
Ascetic
...
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English literature and Composition [Lance]
postulate
gratuitous
jejune
firmament
...
...
...
...
postulate
...
gratuitous
...
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English Literature and Composition AP
theme
verisimilitude
tone
diction
a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in a literary or…
the quality of appearing to be true, real, likely, or probabl…
the quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that…
a writer's or speaker's choice of words
theme
a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in a literary or…
verisimilitude
the quality of appearing to be true, real, likely, or probabl…
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Composition and Literature list 7
Aegis
Forum
Restitution
Panic
The protection of a person or organization
A place where ideas and views can be exchanged
The restoration of something to its proper owner
Sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety
Aegis
The protection of a person or organization
Forum
A place where ideas and views can be exchanged
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ap english literature and composition
erudite
saturnine
insensible
desiccate
learned, scholarly
gloomy
unconscious
dry up
erudite
learned, scholarly
saturnine
gloomy
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AP English Literature and Composition
abhorrent
cerebral
despondent
fawning
repugnant, repulsive, detestable, objectionable
intellectual, rational, logical, academic, analytically
hopeless, dejected, downcast, glum
flattering, submissive, toadying
abhorrent
repugnant, repulsive, detestable, objectionable
cerebral
intellectual, rational, logical, academic, analytically
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English Literature and Composition Terms
synecdoche
allegory
aesthetic
pragmatic
- literary device in which a part of something represents the…
- figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principles are…
- concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
- dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way tha…
synecdoche
- literary device in which a part of something represents the…
allegory
- figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principles are…
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AP English Literature & Composition
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anapestic
A universal symbol or personified abstraction
The sequential repetition of a similar initial sound
A reference to a literary or historical event, person, or place
A metrical foot in poetry that consistes of two unstressed sy…
Allegory
A universal symbol or personified abstraction
Alliteration
The sequential repetition of a similar initial sound
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AP English Literature and Composition
accent
allegory
alliteration
allusion
the stress given a syllable in pronunciation
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
a reference to another work or famous figure assumed to be we…
accent
the stress given a syllable in pronunciation
allegory
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
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AP English Literature and Composition
Brazen
Esoteric
Immutability
Imperialism
shameless or impudent
understood by or meant for only the select few who have speci…
inability to change
the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or…
Brazen
shameless or impudent
Esoteric
understood by or meant for only the select few who have speci…
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AP English Literature and Composition
Abstract
Academic
Accent
Aesthetic
Complex writing style that talks about intangible qualities l…
Describes style; dry and theoretical writing; seems to be suc…
Poetry; stressed portion of a word; matter of opinion (open t…
"appealing to the senses;" synonymous with artistic judgment;…
Abstract
Complex writing style that talks about intangible qualities l…
Academic
Describes style; dry and theoretical writing; seems to be suc…
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AP English Literature and Composition
conceit
assonance
apostrophe
allegory
central/strained metaphor that drives a poem or collection of…
repetition of vowel sounds
the addressing of a usually personified thing rhetorically: "…
narrative or description that has a second meaning beneath th…
conceit
central/strained metaphor that drives a poem or collection of…
assonance
repetition of vowel sounds
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AP English Literature & Composition
Allusion
Attitude
Details
Devices of Sound
...
...
...
...
Allusion
...
Attitude
...
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AP English Literature & Composition
Antecedent
Ambiguity
Blank verse
Denotation
the word, phrase, or clause that a pronoun can replace.
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
a poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter.
The literal or primary meaning of a word
Antecedent
the word, phrase, or clause that a pronoun can replace.
Ambiguity
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
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AP English Literature and Composition
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
a literary form or approach in which objects, persons, and ac…
the repetition of identical initial consonant sounds
echoes or brief references to a literary or artistic work or…
use of a word referring to or replacing a word used earlier i…
allegory
a literary form or approach in which objects, persons, and ac…
alliteration
the repetition of identical initial consonant sounds
75 terms
AP English Literature & Composition
Allusion
Attitude
Details (also choice)
Devices of Sound
A reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
The disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
The individual items or parts that make up a larger picture o…
The techniques of deploying the sound of words, especially in…
Allusion
A reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
Attitude
The disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
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AP English Literature and Composition
alliteration
assonance
consonance
cacophony
Repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of words placed ne…
Repeated vowel sounds in words placed near each other
Repeated consonant sounds at the ending of words placed near…
A discordant series of harsh, unpleasant sounds helps to conv…
alliteration
Repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of words placed ne…
assonance
Repeated vowel sounds in words placed near each other
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AP English Literature and Composition
adage
anachronism
antithesis
aphorism
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
A person, scene, event, or other element in literature that f…
A rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of gram…
A short, forcefully expressive, concise statement of a genera…
adage
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
anachronism
A person, scene, event, or other element in literature that f…
57 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
adage
allegory
anachronism
antithesis
a saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
a story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
a person, scene, event, or other element in literature that f…
a rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of gram…
adage
a saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
allegory
a story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
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AP English Literature and Composition
allegory
allusion
anecdote
antagonist
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
brief story or tale
force opposing main character/protagonist
allegory
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
allusion
literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
AP English Literature and Composition
Allegory
Alliteration
Analogy
Antagonist
A narrative or description having a second "deeper" meaning b…
The repetition of a consonant sound in a line of poetry. The…
A comparison based on a similarity between two things.
(1) Any force aligned against the protagonist; (2) Can be per…
Allegory
A narrative or description having a second "deeper" meaning b…
Alliteration
The repetition of a consonant sound in a line of poetry. The…
80 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
Abhorrent
cerebral
despondent
fawning
repugnant,repulsive,detestable,objectionable
intellectual,rational,logical,academic,analytical
hopeless,dejected,downcast,glum
flattering,sycophantic,submissive,toadying
Abhorrent
repugnant,repulsive,detestable,objectionable
cerebral
intellectual,rational,logical,academic,analytical
85 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
Abstract Language
Allegory
Alliteration
Anachronism
Language describing ideas and qualities rather than observabl…
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
The repetition at close intervals of initial and identical co…
Assignment of something to a time when it was not in existenc…
Abstract Language
Language describing ideas and qualities rather than observabl…
Allegory
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
39 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
Open form poetry
Free Verse
Prose Poetry
Closed Form Poetry
contains a lack of pattern where the content creates the form.
Poetry not tied to any pattern. Has no rhyme or meter.
is poetry written in prose instead of using verse but preserv…
Closed form poetry, also known as fixed form, consists of poe…
Open form poetry
contains a lack of pattern where the content creates the form.
Free Verse
Poetry not tied to any pattern. Has no rhyme or meter.
35 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
Allegory
Allusion
Anecdote
Antagonost
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
brief story or tale
force opposing main character/protagonist
Allegory
narrative with multiple levels of meaning
Allusion
literary, historical, religious, mythological reference
233 terms
AP English Literature and Composition
abstract
adage
allegory
alliteration
An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
A saying that becomes widely accepted as truth over time. Usu…
A story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
The repetition of one or more initial consonant in a group of…
abstract
An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
adage
A saying that becomes widely accepted as truth over time. Usu…
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