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15 terms
Gifted English 7th- Suffixes
able, ible
ade
age
al
Able, can do
Result of action
act of, state of, collection of
Relating to
able, ible
Able, can do
ade
Result of action
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31 October Gifted English II
persuasion
rhetoric
thesis
support/evidence
speaking or writing that is intended to influence people's ac…
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
Focus statement of an essay, main idea
facts, reasons, examples that prove your thesis
persuasion
speaking or writing that is intended to influence people's ac…
rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
20 terms
24 October Gifted English I
abominably
adversary (adversarial)_
appalled (appalling)
ardor
in an extremely unpleasant or disgusting manner
An enemy, opponent
horrified, shocked
intense and passionate feeling, strong love
abominably
in an extremely unpleasant or disgusting manner
adversary (adversarial)_
An enemy, opponent
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14 November Gifted English II
dejected
emerge (emergent)
fanatical (fanatic)
rejuvenated (juvenile)
depressed
come out; appear
filled with extreme, unquestioned devotion
to make new or young again; to bring new energy to
dejected
depressed
emerge (emergent)
come out; appear
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Gifted English - Keystone Terms
affix
allegory
anaphora
apostrophe
one or more letters attached to the beginning, end, or base o…
extended metaphor with a deeper meaning
repetition of words in the beginning of a serious-toned piece
direct address of an abstraction/someone absent
affix
one or more letters attached to the beginning, end, or base o…
allegory
extended metaphor with a deeper meaning
33 terms
Poetry - Gifted English 2016
Denotation
Connotation
Imagery
Synesthesia
Dictionary definition.
What the term suggests and how it is used in daily conversati…
The use of sensory description to evoke an emotional response…
Use of language that fuses imagery from one sense to another…
Denotation
Dictionary definition.
Connotation
What the term suggests and how it is used in daily conversati…
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Gifted English Vocabulary words
Denigrate
Ebullient
Nefarious
Dogmatic
Verb criticize unfairly; disparage.
Adj cheerful and full of energy
Adj (typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal.
Adj inclined to lay down principles as incontrovertibly true.
Denigrate
Verb criticize unfairly; disparage.
Ebullient
Adj cheerful and full of energy
Gifted English Vocab
evanescence
evanescent
evanesce
exemplar
(n.) quality of being transitory
(adj.) quickly passing; fleeting; fading; ephemeral
(v.) to vanish
(n.) model; example
evanescence
(n.) quality of being transitory
evanescent
(adj.) quickly passing; fleeting; fading; ephemeral
20 terms
2 November Gifted English II
allusion
Babylon
ignorant
naïve (narrator)
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
An ancient city in Mesopotamia, the capital of Babylonia wher…
Lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unso…
narrator who "pretends" to not know what's going on
allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Babylon
An ancient city in Mesopotamia, the capital of Babylonia wher…
20 terms
19 October Gifted English II
types of narration
anecdote
commandeer
repetition
1st, 3rd, omniscient, limited
A short, amusing or interesting story to illustrate a point
to seize for military or official use
Repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis
types of narration
1st, 3rd, omniscient, limited
anecdote
A short, amusing or interesting story to illustrate a point
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12 September Gifted English II
migrant (migrate, migrating)
dikes
fouled (foul, fouling)
ignition (ignite)
A person who moves from place to place to get work.
earthen or stone banks that are created to hold back water
contaminated; spoiled
the act of setting on fire or catching fire
migrant (migrate, migrating)
A person who moves from place to place to get work.
dikes
earthen or stone banks that are created to hold back water
15 terms
Gifted English 7th- Prefixes
a, an
ab, abs, a
ac, ad, af, al, ap, ar, as, at
acro
Not, without, release
From, away
toward, near, tendency, addition
High
a, an
Not, without, release
ab, abs, a
From, away
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Gifted English 7th- Roots
ag, agi, ig, act
cur, curs
dynam
erg
Do, move, go
Run
Power
Work
ag, agi, ig, act
Do, move, go
cur, curs
Run
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9 November Gifted English II
disarmament
integral
propaganda
monolithic
Reduction of armed forces and weapons
necessary for completeness
Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cau…
massive, solid, uniform, and unyielding
disarmament
Reduction of armed forces and weapons
integral
necessary for completeness
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12 October Gifted English II
characterization
colloquial
discourse
etiology
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
Communication of thought by words; talk; conversation
CAUSES OR ORIGINS
characterization
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
colloquial
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
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16 November Gifted English II
chaotic
emblemized
deregulated
aesthetic
completely unordered, unpredictable, confusing
represented
Reduction of government regulation and control over business…
Concerning the appreciation of beauty
chaotic
completely unordered, unpredictable, confusing
emblemized
represented
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26 October Gifted English II
frank
sullen
stupefied
inclination
honest, candid
bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy
Stunned
penchant, tendancy
frank
honest, candid
sullen
bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy
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English 4 Gifted
Allusion
Imagery
Marginalize
Mise en Scene
A reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
Verbal expression of sensory experience. Creates word pictures.
To relegate or confine a person to a lower or outer limit.
The compisition, or setting, of a stage.
Allusion
A reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
Imagery
Verbal expression of sensory experience. Creates word pictures.
16 terms
Gifted English List 1
SAT Vocabulary
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
...
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
To make something seem less important
A hiding place; something hidden in hiding place
SAT Vocabulary
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Aberration
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
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Gifted English Vocab #7
Austere
Ornate
Cerebral
Incommodious
Stern in manner, severly plain
Excessively decorated
Relating to the brain, intellectual
Lacking space, uncomfortable
Austere
Stern in manner, severly plain
Ornate
Excessively decorated
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Gifted English II - Brownlee
Part of story that introduces characte…
Part of story with a series of complic…
Part of the story where events that ha…
Part of the story that solves the main…
Exposition
Rising Action
Falling Action
Resolution
Part of story that introduces characte…
Exposition
Part of story with a series of complic…
Rising Action
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab 3
Invariable
Epistolary
Droll
Countenance
Never changing
relating to or denoting the writing of letters or literary wo…
curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement
a person's face or facial expression
Invariable
Never changing
Epistolary
relating to or denoting the writing of letters or literary wo…
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gifted english analogies
gift
crude
river
sharp
swear: oath:: give: _________
________ :refined:: coarse: fine
missouri:: michigan:__________: lake
obtuse: dull:: acute:__________
gift
swear: oath:: give: _________
crude
________ :refined:: coarse: fine
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Gifted English Vocab 1
Dogmatic
Grandiloquence
Ameliorate
Conflagration
Expressing opinions like they are fact
Using pretty language that means nothing
Make something bad better
Giant fire
Dogmatic
Expressing opinions like they are fact
Grandiloquence
Using pretty language that means nothing
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English 82 GIFTED
ACCLAIM
ADJACENT
ELICIT
ENGROSS
*great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval.
*close, near (to something)
*to bring out OR... *to draw forth
*to hold interest of OR... *to hold the full attention of; absorb
ACCLAIM
*great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval.
ADJACENT
*close, near (to something)
Archetypes (Gifted English Vocab)
Analyst
Anti-hero
Architect
Autist
Can explain anything rationally
Hero who does not ask to get involved, but does
Creation is their passion
One who buries their secrets
Analyst
Can explain anything rationally
Anti-hero
Hero who does not ask to get involved, but does
Vocabulary gifted English 1
tenement
apprentice
venture
immigrant
a run-down and often overcrowded apartment house, especially…
a person who works for another in order to learn a trade.
an undertaking involving uncertainty as to the outcome, espec…
a person who migrates to another country, usually for permane…
tenement
a run-down and often overcrowded apartment house, especially…
apprentice
a person who works for another in order to learn a trade.
20 terms
5 December Gifted English I
disclaimer
inhospitable
insubordinate
misnomer
denial; renunciation (esp. of responsibility)
not welcoming; hostile
disobedient, rebellious
An unsuitable or misleading name
disclaimer
denial; renunciation (esp. of responsibility)
inhospitable
not welcoming; hostile
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14 November Gifted English I
glade
sovereign
cairn
barrow
An open space in a forest
having absolute authority in a certain realm
a mound of stones piled up as a memorial
Castrated male swine
glade
An open space in a forest
sovereign
having absolute authority in a certain realm
List 9 gifted English 2
Espouse
Erratum
Luminary
Beguile
To express support (verb)
Error (noun)
A wise or enlightened person (noun)
To trick or deceive (verb)
Espouse
To express support (verb)
Erratum
Error (noun)
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7 November Gifted English I
adversary (adversarial)
tally
score
embark (embarkation)
An enemy, opponent
to count up; to keep score
to mark or scratch into a tree/board
to go aboard; to make a start
adversary (adversarial)
An enemy, opponent
tally
to count up; to keep score
20 terms
17 October Gifted English I
epic poetry
oral tradition
epic hero
archetypes
long poems using heroes and heroic themes
telling the history using spoken word, handed down over many…
larger than life figure who embodies the ideals of a nation o…
universal human memories; characters, situations, images
epic poetry
long poems using heroes and heroic themes
oral tradition
telling the history using spoken word, handed down over many…
20 terms
31 October Gifted English I
desolate
douse
pungent
hearthstone (fire)
Deserted and lonely
to wet thoroughly
sharp and irritating to the senses
a flat stone used to form a fireplace
desolate
Deserted and lonely
douse
to wet thoroughly
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #2
Palpable
Pall
Anathema
Expound
adjective: capable of being touched or felt : tangible
noun: a cloth, often of velvet, for ... 1. spreading over a coff…
noun: someone or something that is very strongly disliked
verb: : to explain or state (something) : to give details abo…
Palpable
adjective: capable of being touched or felt : tangible
Pall
noun: a cloth, often of velvet, for ... 1. spreading over a coff…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #4
cosmopolitan
sagacious
indolent
peruse
Adjective: a person who has lived in and knows about many dif…
adjective: having or showing practical sense and sound judgem…
adjective: not liking to work or be active. Lazy
verb: to examine or read (something) in a very careful way
cosmopolitan
Adjective: a person who has lived in and knows about many dif…
sagacious
adjective: having or showing practical sense and sound judgem…
12 terms
Gifted English Quiz Terms
Iamb
Metaphor
trochee
oxymoron
unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable (ex. delay)
figure of speech that compares two unalike objects
stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable (ex. hap…
a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms ap…
Iamb
unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable (ex. delay)
Metaphor
figure of speech that compares two unalike objects
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #5
expletive
profligate
zealous
approbation
noun: a word or phrase that people sometimes say when they ar…
adjective: carelessly and foolishly wasting money, materials,…
adjective: feeling or showing strong and energetic support fo…
noun: praise or approval
expletive
noun: a word or phrase that people sometimes say when they ar…
profligate
adjective: carelessly and foolishly wasting money, materials,…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #3
invariable
epistolary
droll
countenance
noun ... : not changing or capable of change : staying the same…
adjective... contained in or carried on by letters
adjective... whimsically humorous
noun... : the appearance of a person's face : a person's express…
invariable
noun ... : not changing or capable of change : staying the same…
epistolary
adjective... contained in or carried on by letters
20 terms
28 November Gifted English II
theme
symbol
personal narrative
primary source
A unifying idea, a recurrent element in a literary work.
A thing that stands for something else
personal writing that covers an event in the writer's life
An original source not from another person's explanation
theme
A unifying idea, a recurrent element in a literary work.
symbol
A thing that stands for something else
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List#9
Exacting
Irrevocable
Felicity
Fortitude
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
Noun : intense happiness
Noun : strength of mind that allows kne to endure in pain or…
Exacting
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Irrevocable
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #7
Libation
Urbane
Ascertain
Avarice
Noun: a liquid that is poured out to honor a god
Adjective: polite and confident... : fashionable and somewhat fo…
Verb: to learn or find out something such as information or t…
Noun: a strong desire to have or get money
Libation
Noun: a liquid that is poured out to honor a god
Urbane
Adjective: polite and confident... : fashionable and somewhat fo…
20 terms
7 November Gifted English II
catastrophe
figurative
obliterate (obliteration)
irrevocable (revoke)
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
something that is not intended to carry literal meaning, is i…
To destroy completely
Irreversible, beyond recall
catastrophe
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
figurative
something that is not intended to carry literal meaning, is i…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #6
Languid
Deleterious
Judicious
Ominous
Adjective... Lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
Adjective ... causing harm or damage.
Adjective... having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense.
Adjective... giving the impression that something bad or unpleas…
Languid
Adjective... Lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
Deleterious
Adjective ... causing harm or damage.
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #10
Onerous
Truculent
In lieu of
Ad hoc
Adjective: burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing ha…
Adjective :eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively def…
In replacement of: instead
1. Adjective: created especially for a particular occasion wi…
Onerous
Adjective: burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing ha…
Truculent
Adjective :eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively def…
10 terms
Gifted English week 7
Descrying
Injurious
Aberration
Propitiation
catch sight of.: "she descried two figures"
adj.) causing or likely to cause damage or harm.: "high tempe…
(n.) a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typ…
(n.) the action of propitiating or appeasing a god, spirit, o…
Descrying
catch sight of.: "she descried two figures"
Injurious
adj.) causing or likely to cause damage or harm.: "high tempe…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #8
Celestial
Terrestrial
Proliferate
Prolix
Adjective: positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer spa…
Adjective: pertaining to, consisting of, or representingthe e…
Verb: to increase in number or amount quickly
Adjective: prolonged or drawn out : using too many words
Celestial
Adjective: positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer spa…
Terrestrial
Adjective: pertaining to, consisting of, or representingthe e…
20 terms
4 January Gifted English II
tremulous (ly)
oblivious (obliviate)
sublime (ly)
rubbers
quivering, trembling
totally unaware
lofty or grand
galoshes, waterproof boots that go over shoes
tremulous (ly)
quivering, trembling
oblivious (obliviate)
totally unaware
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Gifted English Vocab List #1
denigrate
ebullient
nefarious
extol
verb: to speak critically, to put down, to belittle, to dispa…
adjective: overflowing with enthusiasm
adjective: extremely wicked / villainous
verb: to praise (someone or something) highly
denigrate
verb: to speak critically, to put down, to belittle, to dispa…
ebullient
adjective: overflowing with enthusiasm
20 terms
19 September Gifted English II
clamor(ing)
bewilderment (bewildered)
dispirited
vague
NOISY OUTCRY
condition of being confused
lacking enthusiasm
unclear
clamor(ing)
NOISY OUTCRY
bewilderment (bewildered)
condition of being confused
Prefixes, English 1 Honors/Gifted
bene-
circum-
col-, com-, con-, cor-
contra-
good
around
with, together
opposed
bene-
good
circum-
around
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