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Vocabulary Power Grade 10 Lesson 26
bigamy
monolith
bicuspid
monotheism
being married to more than one person at the same time
characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity
a tooth with two cusps, especially a human premolar tooth
a belief in a single god
bigamy
being married to more than one person at the same time
monolith
characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 26
translucent
itinerary
stimulant
infallible
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
route, plan, or record of a trip
something that excites or activates
free from or incapable of error; absolutely reliable
translucent
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
itinerary
route, plan, or record of a trip
English 3: Lesson 26
abrogate
conquistador
inquisitive
interrogate
to abolish, do away with, repeal, or cancel, especially by au…
a conqueror, especially one of the Spanish soldiers who defea…
eager for knowledge; inclined to investigate;... excessively cur…
to question formally and officially
abrogate
to abolish, do away with, repeal, or cancel, especially by au…
conquistador
a conqueror, especially one of the Spanish soldiers who defea…
Lesson 26 English
Immobilize
Motive
Demotion
Promotion
To prevent movement
The reason for an action
A lowering of a rank
An increase in rank
Immobilize
To prevent movement
Motive
The reason for an action
English 10 lesson 26
Remiss
Remonstrate
Reprehand
Repress
Careless; lax; negligent
Object; to protest; to argue against some action
To blame
To hold back
Remiss
Careless; lax; negligent
Remonstrate
Object; to protest; to argue against some action
Vocabulary Grade 10 English
-logy
etymology
syntax
concise
suffix meaning 'the study of'
(n.) the history of a word; word origin
(n.) the way in which words are put together to form phrases,…
(adj.) expressing or covering much in few words
-logy
suffix meaning 'the study of'
etymology
(n.) the history of a word; word origin
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English 10 Vocabulary Lesson 26
concurrent
courier
cursory
discursive
Happening at the same time; simultaneous
A messenger carrying information or important documents
Done quickly and not thoroughly; hasty
1. Moving from one topic to another without order; rambling... 2…
concurrent
Happening at the same time; simultaneous
courier
A messenger carrying information or important documents
English Vocab lesson 26
Comport
Deport
Deportment
Disport
To behave oneself and he certainly way
To force out of the country to expel
Mira both personal conduct
To play to entertain oneself by sport or play
Comport
To behave oneself and he certainly way
Deport
To force out of the country to expel
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English 8 - Lesson 26
comport
deport
deportment
disport
to behave oneself in a certain way
to force out of a country, to expel
manner of personal conduct
to play, to entertain oneself by sport or play
comport
to behave oneself in a certain way
deport
to force out of a country, to expel
10 terms
English 7 - Lesson 26
commotion
demotion
immobilize
locomotion
a disturbance
a lowering of position, rank, or grade level
to make something unable to move
movement, the power to move
commotion
a disturbance
demotion
a lowering of position, rank, or grade level
10 terms
Eng 10 Lesson 26
abdicate
episode
inadvertent
infallible
to give up or renounce power
an event or a series of events that is part of a large contin…
not done on purpose; unintentional
free from or incapable of error; absolutely reliable or depen…
abdicate
to give up or renounce power
episode
an event or a series of events that is part of a large contin…
79 terms
grade 10 english
contentment
rampage
animosity
audacity
(n) satisfaction
(n.) violent, reckless, or wild behavior
(n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility
(n) boldness
contentment
(n) satisfaction
rampage
(n.) violent, reckless, or wild behavior
English - Vocab Lesson 26
automobiles
policy
archives
scholastic
a wheeled motor vehicle used for transporting passengers, whi…
a course of action adopted and pursued by a government, ruler…
a place where public records or other historical documents ar…
of or relating to schools, scholars, or education
automobiles
a wheeled motor vehicle used for transporting passengers, whi…
policy
a course of action adopted and pursued by a government, ruler…
English 10 Vocab Lesson 26
concurrent
courier
cursory
discursive
Happening at the same time; simultaneos
A messenger carrying information
Done quickly and not thoroughly; hasty
a. Moving from one topic to another without order; rambling... b…
concurrent
Happening at the same time; simultaneos
courier
A messenger carrying information
10 terms
English 12, Lesson 26
avarice
conciliate
corollary
duress
(n) too great a desire for money and property; greed
(v) to win over; to appease; to gain good will or favor by be…
(n) something that follows once something else has been prove…
(n) the use of force or threats to compel someone to act in a…
avarice
(n) too great a desire for money and property; greed
conciliate
(v) to win over; to appease; to gain good will or favor by be…
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English 8 Lesson 26 Spelling
administrator
applicant
apprenticeship
aviator
a manager; an executive
someone who applies for something such as a job, a loan, or a…
working for another in order to learn a trade or a skill
a pilot; one who flies airplanes
administrator
a manager; an executive
applicant
someone who applies for something such as a job, a loan, or a…
84 terms
Vocabulary Grade 10 English
-logy
etymology
syntax
diction
suffix meaning 'the study of'
(n.) the history of a word; word origin
(n.) the way in which words are put together to form phrases,…
(n.) a writer's or speaker's choice of words
-logy
suffix meaning 'the study of'
etymology
(n.) the history of a word; word origin
English 1 Vocabulary Lesson 26
autonomous
collaborate
collective
depict
self-governing; independent
to work together; to cooperate with the enemy
gathered into a whole; of individuals working together as a g…
to picture in words; to represent in picture or sculpture; to…
autonomous
self-governing; independent
collaborate
to work together; to cooperate with the enemy
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Vocabulary for Achievement, Lesson 26 - English 8
comport
deport
deportment
disport
to behave oneself in a certain way
to force out of a country; to expel
manner of personal conduct
to play; to entertain oneself by sport or play
comport
to behave oneself in a certain way
deport
to force out of a country; to expel
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LL English Vocab Lesson 26
approximate
assumption
attentive
certify
close to in amount or number;almost exact or accurate
a statement, fact, or idea that is accepted as true
paying attention; listening; observant
to declare to be true or genuine, especially in writing
approximate
close to in amount or number;almost exact or accurate
assumption
a statement, fact, or idea that is accepted as true
English vocab lesson 26 sentences
Comport
Deport
Deportment
Disport
When in the presence of the king, please__________ yourself w…
In the 1700s, England ________prisoners to Australia
The students excellent _________earned there class pizza party
At recess, the children ________ themselves by
Comport
When in the presence of the king, please__________ yourself w…
Deport
In the 1700s, England ________prisoners to Australia
15 terms
Lesson 26 Vocabulary - English II
Raze
Recalcitrant
Recant
Reciprocate
v. To level to the ground; to blot out or demolish
adj. + n. Stubbornly resistant to reason or authority
v. To withdraw formally or publicly
v. To give in return for, or in response to, something alread…
Raze
v. To level to the ground; to blot out or demolish
Recalcitrant
adj. + n. Stubbornly resistant to reason or authority
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English 11 Latin Roots Lesson 26
dei, div
sacr, sacer, secr
sanct
reg, rig, rect
god
sacred
sacred
rule; straight; right
dei, div
god
sacr, sacer, secr
sacred
12 terms
504 Absolutely Essential Words - Lesson 26 (English-Persian)
possible (adj.)
compel (v.)
awkward (adj.)
venture (n.)
probable , likely... انجام پذیر ، ممکن
force , oblige... اجبار کردن، وادار کردن
Clumsy , embarrassing , Unpleasant... بد قواره ، ناجور ، دست و پ…
risk , hazard , dare... ریسک
possible (adj.)
probable , likely... انجام پذیر ، ممکن
compel (v.)
force , oblige... اجبار کردن، وادار کردن
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Grade 10 English: Literary Devices
Allusion
Analogy
Hyperbole
Situational Irony
A brief reference to a person, place, event, idea or object f…
An extended simile/metaphor' comparing 2 unlike situations ov…
An extreme exaggeration, used to emphasize a point.
A statement or situation that suggests the opposite of what a…
Allusion
A brief reference to a person, place, event, idea or object f…
Analogy
An extended simile/metaphor' comparing 2 unlike situations ov…
20 terms
English- Lesson 26
duos
pistachios
ratios
folios
twosomes; duets or two
a type of nut; tasty green snacks
relationships between things; proportions in math terms
sets of pages of a book or script
duos
twosomes; duets or two
pistachios
a type of nut; tasty green snacks
English Vocab. Lesson 26
beamed
flanked
forlorn
interlaced
smiled with joy
situated at the side of or on both sides of
sad or lonely because of isolation or desertion
crossed as if woven together
beamed
smiled with joy
flanked
situated at the side of or on both sides of
25 terms
Lesson 26: English Vocabulary
abominable
abscond
capitulate
castigate
repugnantly hateful;very unpleasant, detestable, loathsome
to leave secretly and hide
to surrender
to punish or subdue by punishment; to criticize with drastic…
abominable
repugnantly hateful;very unpleasant, detestable, loathsome
abscond
to leave secretly and hide
12 terms
English Lesson 26
Possible
Compel
Awkward
Venture
Able to be ... Call me tomorrow evening if possible... Able
Force... Heavy floods compelled us to stop. ... Force
Clumsy... slow down because this is am awkward shape... Clumsy
A daring undertaking... Medics venture their lives to save wound…
Possible
Able to be ... Call me tomorrow evening if possible... Able
Compel
Force... Heavy floods compelled us to stop. ... Force
12 terms
Lesson 26 Vocab (Characters + English)
一家人
工作
还是
爷爷
a family
work, job
or
grandfather (paternal)
一家人
a family
工作
work, job
20 terms
Lesson 26 English Vocab
retroactive
retrocede
retrogression
retrolingual
last payment, bringing it back in payment
territory; to give back land/territory that was once earned/g…
going backwards
relating to the back part of the tongue
retroactive
last payment, bringing it back in payment
retrocede
territory; to give back land/territory that was once earned/g…
15 terms
English Vocab Lesson 26
Raze
Recalcitrant
Recant
Reciprocate
V; to level to the ground, to demolish
ADJ; stubbornly resistant to reason or authority
V; to withdraw formally
V; to give in return for
Raze
V; to level to the ground, to demolish
Recalcitrant
ADJ; stubbornly resistant to reason or authority
10 terms
English vocab Lesson 26
Impetuous
Synchronize
Arduous
Platitude
Moving with great force or speed
To cause to occur at the same time
Difficult
A dull or commonplace remark made as if it were a new idea
Impetuous
Moving with great force or speed
Synchronize
To cause to occur at the same time
Grade 10 English Vocab
Simile
Metaphor
Imagery
Symbolism
-A comparison that uses "like" or "as".... -Like a metaphor, the…
-A comparison between two things that does NOT use "like" or…
-The underlying meaning or main idea of the story. ... It is exp…
-When an object or an event or a person has a deeper meaning…
Simile
-A comparison that uses "like" or "as".... -Like a metaphor, the…
Metaphor
-A comparison between two things that does NOT use "like" or…
Let's Learn English Lesson 26: This Game Is Fun!
airplane (Avión)
fly (volar)
freedom (Libertad)
Look out ( vigila, mira con cuidado)
(noun) a vehicle that has wings and an engine and can carry p…
v. to travel in an aircraft or spacecraft (viajar en una aero…
(noun) the power to do what you want to do or the ability to…
phrasal verb. used to tell someone to be aware of something d…
airplane (Avión)
(noun) a vehicle that has wings and an engine and can carry p…
fly (volar)
v. to travel in an aircraft or spacecraft (viajar en una aero…
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English Vocab Lesson 26
reprimand
resourceful
retract
retrieve
a severe rebuke or scolding; a formal censure
capable of thinking of ways to do things; clever
to draw back or in; to recant; to withdraw
to get again; to recover; to get and bring back
reprimand
a severe rebuke or scolding; a formal censure
resourceful
capable of thinking of ways to do things; clever
English: Vocabulary Lesson 26
Abrogate
Conquistador
Inquisitive
Interrogate
To abolish, do away with, repeal, or cancel, especially by au…
A conqueror, especially one of the Spanish soldiers who defea…
-eager for knowledge; inclined to investigate ... -excessively c…
To question formally and officially
Abrogate
To abolish, do away with, repeal, or cancel, especially by au…
Conquistador
A conqueror, especially one of the Spanish soldiers who defea…
14 terms
lesson 26 english etymons
retroactive
retroflex
retrogressed
retrocede
payment
bend
going backwards
territory
retroactive
payment
retroflex
bend
Lesson 26 Vocabulary (Pinyin/English)
kèchéng biǎo
kèchéng
biǎo
pái
school/class schedule
curriculum, course
form, table
to arrange; to line up
kèchéng biǎo
school/class schedule
kèchéng
curriculum, course
23 terms
English Terms Grade 10
Point of View
Allegory
Foreshadowing
Antagonist
-how the story is told... -who tells the story... -3 types; first,…
A figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principals are…
When the writer sends hits towards the reader as to what will…
Opposite or enemy of the protagonist
Point of View
-how the story is told... -who tells the story... -3 types; first,…
Allegory
A figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principals are…
6th Grade 10/26-10/30
evolve
attribute
phenomenon
inconsistency
to develop gradually
to assign a characteristic to something
an unusual or remarkable event
something that does not respond or behave the same way every…
evolve
to develop gradually
attribute
to assign a characteristic to something
9 terms
10 Lesson 26 -- Prefixes and Roots
ab-
dic, dict
epi-
in-
from; away from
to say, to speak; to assert
upon, close, to, over, after, altered
not; go into
ab-
from; away from
dic, dict
to say, to speak; to assert
english def. lesson 26
tactful
remote
concise
prudent
to be respectful
distant, deserted,far away
saying a lot with a few words
wise or judicial
tactful
to be respectful
remote
distant, deserted,far away
49 terms
Minnano Nihongo Lesson 26 (Hiragana-English)
みます (Ⅱ)
さがします(Ⅰ)
おくれます(Ⅱ)
じかんに おくれます
check, take a look at
look for, search
be late
be late for an appointment, etc
みます (Ⅱ)
check, take a look at
さがします(Ⅰ)
look for, search
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Minnano Nihongo Lesson 26 (Hiragana-English)
みます
さがします
おくれます
じかんに おくれます
check, take a look at
look for, search
be late
be late for an appointment, etc
みます
check, take a look at
さがします
look for, search
7th Grade 10/26-10/30
eloquence
maroon
judicious
spyglass
speech that is persuasive and has powerful expression
to abandon or leave someone in a place that is hard to get aw…
having good judgment
a small telescope
eloquence
speech that is persuasive and has powerful expression
maroon
to abandon or leave someone in a place that is hard to get aw…
Lesson 26 English
portfolio
portable
deportment
portage
a case for holding paper
easily carried
manner of personal conduct
carrying of supplies between waterways
portfolio
a case for holding paper
portable
easily carried
10 terms
English vocab lesson 26
Delusive (adj)
Extenuate (v)
Interposition (n)
Inviolate (adj)
Giving a false impression; deceptive/ phantom
To downplay; to excuse
Mediation; intervention/ help
Safe from harm; undamaged/ preserve
Delusive (adj)
Giving a false impression; deceptive/ phantom
Extenuate (v)
To downplay; to excuse
10 terms
english voc lesson 26
redundant
irrelevant
demure
synopsis
unnecessarily wordy or repetitive excessive superfluous
not applicable not relevant not related to the subject
assuming an air of modesty or shyness reserved
a brief review outline condensation a summary
redundant
unnecessarily wordy or repetitive excessive superfluous
irrelevant
not applicable not relevant not related to the subject
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English lesson 26
condemn
dictate
dilute
dispatch
to criticize or pass judgment against; to find guilty; to fin…
to recite something to be recorded; to require or order autho…
to thin or weaken by adding liquid; to lessen intensity, puri…
a message; quickness; efficiency; to send; to finish quickly;…
condemn
to criticize or pass judgment against; to find guilty; to fin…
dictate
to recite something to be recorded; to require or order autho…
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