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100 terms
Fall English Vocab Terms
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
abhor
hate
bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
English II- Fall 2016
Bizarre
Profuse
Revel
Dispose
(adj.) extremely strange, unusual, atypical
(adj.) very abundant; given or flowing freely
(v.) to enjoy intensely (Theodore reveled in his new status a…
to get rid of
Bizarre
(adj.) extremely strange, unusual, atypical
Profuse
(adj.) very abundant; given or flowing freely
110 terms
English 84 Fall 2015
aggressive
altar
appliance
archeologist
characterized by hostility in action.
a raised structure, often a table or platform, upon or at whi…
a practical device, esp. any of several pieces of equipment u…
a scientist who works in the field of archeology.
aggressive
characterized by hostility in action.
altar
a raised structure, often a table or platform, upon or at whi…
fall english
uncle tom's cabin
frederick douglass's narrative
harriet jacob's narrative
leaves of grass
1852
1845
1861
1855, free verse
uncle tom's cabin
1852
frederick douglass's narrative
1845
11 terms
English Fall
amused
content
fiction
few
довольный; изумленный
удовлетворять/удовлетворение
художественная литература
мало
amused
довольный; изумленный
content
удовлетворять/удовлетворение
44 terms
English: The Fall
Malignant
Statutory
Disposition
Tenacious
Dangerous or likely to cause death
法定的
Personality
Determined
Malignant
Dangerous or likely to cause death
Statutory
法定的
29 terms
English Fall Exam Review
Outcast
Platonic Ideal
Hero
Mentor
Figure banished from society for a crime; crime can be real o…
Source of inspiration to the hero; usually a woman, but can b…
Larger than life character that goes on a quest or journey; d…
Protector and mother or father figure; serves as guardians, t…
Outcast
Figure banished from society for a crime; crime can be real o…
Platonic Ideal
Source of inspiration to the hero; usually a woman, but can b…
42 terms
English IV Fall Vocab
Appositive
Gerund
Infinitive
Participle
A noun or pronoun that renames or identifies a noun or pronou…
One of three verbals; a verb word ending in -ing that functio…
One of three verbals; a verb word that follows the word to an…
One of three verbals; a verb word usually ending in -ing or -…
Appositive
A noun or pronoun that renames or identifies a noun or pronou…
Gerund
One of three verbals; a verb word ending in -ing that functio…
100 terms
English I 2014 Fall
characterization
foreshadow
suppliant
imagery
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
Clues in a story that suggest later events
(adj.) asking humbly and earnestly; (n.) one who makes a requ…
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
characterization
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
foreshadow
Clues in a story that suggest later events
118 terms
English Fall Exam Vocabulary
loquacious
circumlocution
colloquy
colloquial
--talkative... —ADJ... --loqui + cious (adjective ending)... --Ex: My…
--a roundabout expression... —Noun... --circum (around) + loqui (to…
--A colloquy is usually a formal conference.... —Noun... --Literall…
--Colloquial language is informal language.... —ADJ... --Colloquial…
loquacious
--talkative... —ADJ... --loqui + cious (adjective ending)... --Ex: My…
circumlocution
--a roundabout expression... —Noun... --circum (around) + loqui (to…
20 terms
English 9 Fall 2015
antagonism
squander
emblem
prosaic
active hostility or dislike
to spend or use wastefully
an object that functions as a symbol
dull or commonplace
antagonism
active hostility or dislike
squander
to spend or use wastefully
11 terms
English Fall Final
Symbol
Theme
Irony
Allusion
A person, place, or thing that has meaning in itself and stan…
The general idea about life that a work of literature reveals.
A contrast between what is expected and reality.
A reference to a statement, a person, a place, or an event fr…
Symbol
A person, place, or thing that has meaning in itself and stan…
Theme
The general idea about life that a work of literature reveals.
26 terms
English Fall Final
Treaty of Versailles
Nazis
Adolf Hitler
WW2
placed full blame for the war on Germany and stripped it of i…
the national socialist german worker's party
was a former house painter and married to Eva Braun
began in September of 1939
Treaty of Versailles
placed full blame for the war on Germany and stripped it of i…
Nazis
the national socialist german worker's party
42 terms
English III Fall Vocab
Indefinite pronoun
Context Clues
Fiction
Flashback
Word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
A genre of literature that is NOT a true story but instead ha…
A break in the narrative order of the story to show a scene t…
Indefinite pronoun
Word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
Context Clues
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
36 terms
English Midterm Fall
Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Direct Characterization
Dramatic Irony
giving personality to a character
Speech... Thought... Effects on others... Actions... Looks
author directly telling reader
the readers know something the characters don't
Characterization
giving personality to a character
Indirect Characterization
Speech... Thought... Effects on others... Actions... Looks
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English Fall Term #8
abnormal
conventional
idiosyncrasy
orthodox
not normal
customary, conforming to most standards
an unusual habit or mannerism of one particular person
adhering to commonly accepted tradition... adhering to an establ…
abnormal
not normal
conventional
customary, conforming to most standards
18 terms
English Fall Exam
Cliff Hanger
Onomatopeia
symbolism
characterization
Plot device in fiction which feature a main character in a pr…
A word that sounds like what it describes
The use of symbols to signify ideas an qualities
Used to highlight and explain the details of a character in a…
Cliff Hanger
Plot device in fiction which feature a main character in a pr…
Onomatopeia
A word that sounds like what it describes
14 terms
Fall English Exam
Plot
conflict
internal conflict
external conflict
the chain of related events that tekks that happens in a story.
a struggle or problems that a character faces
a struggle or problem tha comes from within the character's o…
a struggle or problem with something outside the character, s…
Plot
the chain of related events that tekks that happens in a story.
conflict
a struggle or problems that a character faces
114 terms
english fall final
archiac
argot
connotation
denotation
referring to words that were once common but are now rarely u…
informal vocab used by particular group
mental connections or associations suggested by word that go…
the exact meaning of a word
archiac
referring to words that were once common but are now rarely u…
argot
informal vocab used by particular group
43 terms
English Fall Final Vocab
impugn
arch
fealty
sonorous
attack as false or wrong
naughtily or annoyingly playful
the loyalty that citizens owe to their country
full and loud and deep
impugn
attack as false or wrong
arch
naughtily or annoyingly playful
79 terms
English Fall Exam
What is a phrase?
What are the two types of prepositiona…
What are the three types of Verbal phr…
What do Adjective phrases answer?
a group of words used as a single part of speech
adjective phrases and adverb phrases
A participial, gerund, and infinitive
what kind, which one
What is a phrase?
a group of words used as a single part of speech
What are the two types of prepositiona…
adjective phrases and adverb phrases
78 terms
English Fall Exam
Tragedy
Sophecles
497-406 B.C.
Tragoedia
A play in which some catastrophic , yet somewhat realistic, e…
Musician, singer, and athlete, who wrote over 100 plays, with…
When was Sophecles born and when did he die (use hyphen and i…
Comes from the root words Tragos and ode; goat song, in Engli…
Tragedy
A play in which some catastrophic , yet somewhat realistic, e…
Sophecles
Musician, singer, and athlete, who wrote over 100 plays, with…
16 terms
English Fall Vocabulary
adversary
headway
ominous
banish
An enemy or opponent
Progress in moving forward
Menacing or threatening
to drive away; to expel
adversary
An enemy or opponent
headway
Progress in moving forward
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English Vocab (Fall Term)
confer
contentious
dictum
entail
Consult, compare views; bestow or give
argumentative; quarrelsome; causing controversy or disagreement
Formal or authoritative pronouncement; saying or proverb
(v.) to put a burden on, impose, require, involve; to restric…
confer
Consult, compare views; bestow or give
contentious
argumentative; quarrelsome; causing controversy or disagreement
16 terms
English Fall Vocabulary
adversary
headway
ominous
banish
An enemy or opponent
Progress in moving forward
Menacing or threatening
to drive away; to expel
adversary
An enemy or opponent
headway
Progress in moving forward
English Fall Exam Review
character
direct
indirect
static
person/animal/thing that takes action in story... ex: Juan in TC
directly states a characters traits... ex:
gives clues about character: appearance, thinks, feels ,says…
character stays the same throughout entire story... ex: Isabelle…
character
person/animal/thing that takes action in story... ex: Juan in TC
direct
directly states a characters traits... ex:
50 terms
English Fall Exam Griffin
doggerel
retroactive
specious
venerate
poor verse
taking effect from a date in the past
superficially plausible, but actually wrong.
(v.) to regard with reverence, look up to with great respect
doggerel
poor verse
retroactive
taking effect from a date in the past
20 terms
Vocabulary for English 1 Fall Final
eradicate
meander
havoc
dexterity
(v.) to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
(v.) to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without…
(n.) destruction; devastation
(n.) skillfulness; expertness; talent
eradicate
(v.) to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
meander
(v.) to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without…
29 terms
English III Fall 2016 Vocab
cacophony
segue
zenith
buttress
Harsh, jarring noise
an easy, effective, or uninterrupted transition
Highest point
(v.) to support, prop up, strengthen; (n.) a supporting struc…
cacophony
Harsh, jarring noise
segue
an easy, effective, or uninterrupted transition
23 terms
english 1 fall final
metaphor
simile
idiom
verbal irony
A comparison drawn between two unrelated things
A comparison drawn between two unrelated things connected by…
An expression in which the literal meaning or structure is no…
A phrase or scene in which the implied meaning does not match…
metaphor
A comparison drawn between two unrelated things
simile
A comparison drawn between two unrelated things connected by…
63 terms
English Fall Final
ethos
pathos
evidence
counterclaim
appeal to credibility
appeal to emotions
proves your claim
statement that contradicts the authors main claim
ethos
appeal to credibility
pathos
appeal to emotions
11 terms
CP English Fall 2016
morose (adj)
resigned (verb)
pugnacious (adj)
mollify (verb)
gloomy; sullen
to accept or submit to a bad situation without resistance;
eager to fight
to calm someone down; to soften in temper
morose (adj)
gloomy; sullen
resigned (verb)
to accept or submit to a bad situation without resistance;
34 terms
English Things Fall Apart
Scramble for Africa
Chi
Colonialism
Decolonization
the popular name for the invasion, occupation, colonization a…
There are two clearly distinct meanings of the word chi in Ig…
the establishment, exploitation, maintenance, acquisition, an…
the undoing of colonialism, where a nation establishes and ma…
Scramble for Africa
the popular name for the invasion, occupation, colonization a…
Chi
There are two clearly distinct meanings of the word chi in Ig…
120 terms
MooreEnglish - Fall Vocabulary
Annihilate
Paramount
Irrevocable
Recoil
Definition: destroy utterly; obliterate
Definition: more important than anything else
Definition: not able to be changed, reversed, or recovered; f…
Definition: suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror or…
Annihilate
Definition: destroy utterly; obliterate
Paramount
Definition: more important than anything else
85 terms
English Fall Semester Exam Etymons
loqui
circum
col
ē/e(x)
to speak
around... [Latin preposition + accusative frequently used as a p…
together
--out from... --[Latin preposition with the ablative meaning out…
loqui
to speak
circum
around... [Latin preposition + accusative frequently used as a p…
88 terms
English 2EP Fall Exam Vocabulary
brevity
arrogant
allay
animosity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing ... For the sake o…
overbearing; proud; haughty ... Peter's _______ce annoyed his cl…
to lessen fear; to calm; to relieve pain ... An SAT prep course…
hatred; ill will ... So much _________ grew between Mark and Mik…
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing ... For the sake o…
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty ... Peter's _______ce annoyed his cl…
67 terms
Spanish to English Fall Trimester
acostumbrarse
entregarse
luchar
portarse bien (mal)
to get used to
to devote one/turn oneself in
to fight
to behave/misbehave
acostumbrarse
to get used to
entregarse
to devote one/turn oneself in
10 terms
English II Fall 16
Callous
Criticism
Cower
Aggrandized
Us feeling
To let air out of or to reduce its size
To shrink or tremble from fear
To expand something or make it bigger
Callous
Us feeling
Criticism
To let air out of or to reduce its size
20 terms
Fall Honors English Vocab
affluent
ambiguous
anomaly
connive
abounding in anything; having abundant wealth, property, or m…
uncertain, open to having multiple possibility or several int…
deviation from the common rule or form, an off, peculiar or s…
cooperate secretly, indulgent in something others oppose
affluent
abounding in anything; having abundant wealth, property, or m…
ambiguous
uncertain, open to having multiple possibility or several int…
10 terms
english vocab 1 fall
Obstruct
omen
repulsive
scour
to be in front of something making it difficult to see
Something that is believed to be a sign or warning that somet…
Causing strong dislike or disgust
To clear or rid of what is undesirable
Obstruct
to be in front of something making it difficult to see
omen
Something that is believed to be a sign or warning that somet…
107 terms
Fall Honors English Exam
Who is/are the main character(s) in Pa…
What kind of story is Pandora's Box?
What event or natural occurrence does…
Why does Zeus punish Epimetheus?
Zeus, Epimetheus, Pandora
myth
how sickness, illness, and plague entered the world
His brother, Prometheus, stole fire from the heavens and gave…
Who is/are the main character(s) in Pa…
Zeus, Epimetheus, Pandora
What kind of story is Pandora's Box?
myth
English final (fall)
Iambic
Trochaic
Anapestic
Dactylic
u ´ u ´(the sun)
´u ´u (went to)
u u ´u u ´(in a hut)
´u u ´u u (color of)
Iambic
u ´ u ´(the sun)
Trochaic
´u ´u (went to)
English 10 - Fall 2015 Words
Ab...
abdicate
Abhor
Aberration
(prefix) Away from; individual - absent abstract abdomen
(v) To resign power
(v) to hate, detest
n. Act of wandering away; unsoundness of mind
Ab...
(prefix) Away from; individual - absent abstract abdomen
abdicate
(v) To resign power
10 terms
Carter English Voc. Fall- Kolpak Fall
fleece
beleaguered
spasmodic
ascetic
Wool coat of a sheep
adj. harassed; besieged
sudden and violent but brief
A person who gives up material comforts and leads a life of s…
fleece
Wool coat of a sheep
beleaguered
adj. harassed; besieged
34 terms
English Things Fall Apart
Scramble for Africa
Chi
Colonialism
Decolonization
the popular name for the invasion, occupation, colonization a…
There are two clearly distinct meanings of the word chi in Ig…
the establishment, exploitation, maintenance, acquisition, an…
the undoing of colonialism, where a nation establishes and ma…
Scramble for Africa
the popular name for the invasion, occupation, colonization a…
Chi
There are two clearly distinct meanings of the word chi in Ig…
14 terms
English 9 Fall List
Apathy
Paradox
Insipid
Latent
lacking enthusiasm
when something disagrees with itself
lacking flavor
existing, but not yet developed
Apathy
lacking enthusiasm
Paradox
when something disagrees with itself
40 terms
English Fall Exam Vocabulary
Confer
contentious
dictum
entail
to discuss
heated (like in an argument)
authoritative dicision
work detail entails raking leaves and setting the tables
Confer
to discuss
contentious
heated (like in an argument)
30 terms
English Fall Final Definition
Character
theme
point of view
personification
a person or animal who takes part in the action of a literary…
a central message or insight into life revealed through a lit…
perspective from which the story is told
a nonhuman subject is given human characteristics/ when you g…
Character
a person or animal who takes part in the action of a literary…
theme
a central message or insight into life revealed through a lit…
20 terms
English Exam Fall 2016
Inner conflict
External conflict
Flat characters
Round characters
in your head (fear, hope, guilt)
outside source (character, nature)
support the main character, don't change, not interesting.
major characters in a story, encounter contradictory situatio…
Inner conflict
in your head (fear, hope, guilt)
External conflict
outside source (character, nature)
63 terms
English Fall Exam-Final
chafing
cogitations
concave
construe
showing irritation
thoughts
curved in
take to mean
chafing
showing irritation
cogitations
thoughts
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