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30 terms
English 8 Lessons 13 + 14
Acquiesce
Cite
Cynical
Denote
v. to agree or comply reluctantly but without protest
v. 1. to refer to or quote as support or example 2. to praise…
adj. skeptical or pessimistic toward the motives of others
v. to indicate; to signify directly
Acquiesce
v. to agree or comply reluctantly but without protest
Cite
v. 1. to refer to or quote as support or example 2. to praise…
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English 10/Lesson #13
inert
inexorable
inscrutable
insipid
adj. - having no power to act or move; inactive
adj. - cannot be moved or influenced by persuasion
adj. - cannot be easily understood; mysterious/ ex: Lady Gaga
adj. - without flavor; tasteless, dull and lifeless
inert
adj. - having no power to act or move; inactive
inexorable
adj. - cannot be moved or influenced by persuasion
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 13
bene
son
nov
sangui
good
sound
new
blood
bene
good
son
sound
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 13
implicate
analgesic
turpitude
discretionary
to involve or connect unfavorably
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
wickedness
left to one's own judgment
implicate
to involve or connect unfavorably
analgesic
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
Caesar's English Lesson 13
placid
singular
amiable
incredulous
calm
unique
friendly
skeptical
placid
calm
singular
unique
15 terms
Caesars English Lessons 13-15
placid
singular
amiable
incredulous
calm
unique
friendly
skeptical
placid
calm
singular
unique
21 terms
English: Lessons 13 - 15
aggregate
dissimulate
ensemble
facsimile
1. whole, collection... 2. total
conceal one's true feelings or intentions
1. whole... 2. coordinated costume
copy
aggregate
1. whole, collection... 2. total
dissimulate
conceal one's true feelings or intentions
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Caesar's English lessons 13 and 14
wistful
subtle
sagacity
remonstrate
yearning
slight
wisdom
to object, protest
wistful
yearning
subtle
slight
65 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 13
bi
de
super
inter
two
down
over
between
bi
two
de
down
15 terms
English 10 Lesson #13
inert
inexorable
inscrutable
insipid
adj. - having no power to act or move; inactive
adj. - cannot be moved or influenced by persuasion
adj. - cannot be easily understood; mysterious/ ex: Lady Gaga
adj. - without flavor; tasteless, dull and lifeless
inert
adj. - having no power to act or move; inactive
inexorable
adj. - cannot be moved or influenced by persuasion
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 11-13 Book 1
spec
pend
re
ex
look
hang
again
out
spec
look
pend
hang
19 terms
English 10 Lesson 13
inert
inexorable
inscrutable
insipid
adj-having no power to act or move; inactive
adj-cannot be moved or influenced by force or argument
adj-not easily understood; mysterious
adj-without flavor; tasteless; dull; lifeless
inert
adj-having no power to act or move; inactive
inexorable
adj-cannot be moved or influenced by force or argument
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English 10 Lesson 13
hors d'oeuvre
immaculate
impartial
impediment
An appetizer
perfectly clean
unbiased, fair
(n.) a physical defect; a hindrance, obstacle
hors d'oeuvre
An appetizer
immaculate
perfectly clean
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English I Lesson 13
elapse
elfin
embellish
embody
To slip away; go by
small and sprightly
To decorate
give a bodily form to; incorporate; include
elapse
To slip away; go by
elfin
small and sprightly
15 terms
English 10 Lesson 13
Inert
Circumvent
Artful
Acquit
adj. unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
v. to get around; to bypass
adj. slyly clever; crafty
v. to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Inert
adj. unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
Circumvent
v. to get around; to bypass
English 10 Lesson 13
Accessible
Awe
Cite
Compatible
Within reach
Respect
To mention
Able to work together
Accessible
Within reach
Awe
Respect
10 terms
Lesson 13: English 09
acknowledge
adversary
elude
implement
to recognize the rights, authority, or status of
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
to escape the perception, understanding, or grasp of
put (a decision, plan, agreement, etc.) into effect
acknowledge
to recognize the rights, authority, or status of
adversary
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
20 terms
English7 lessons 13-14
credible
revise
grammatical
legible
adj. believable; reliable
v. to correct or improvise
adj. conforming to the rules of grammar
adj. that which can be read or deciphered
credible
adj. believable; reliable
revise
v. to correct or improvise
Lessons 13 & 14 English
Holocaust
Embroil
Anachronism
Denigrate
A great or complete destruction of life
To draw into a conflict or fight
Something or someone existing outside of its proper time
To attack the reputation of to speak ill of
Holocaust
A great or complete destruction of life
Embroil
To draw into a conflict or fight
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Caesar's English Lessons 13 & 15
bene
son
nov
sangui
good
sound
new
blood
bene
good
son
sound
10 terms
English III Lesson 13
Incoherent
provocation
plebeian
incredulous
impossible to explain or understand
something that stirs up anger or excitement
one of the common people of ancient Rome; a vulgar person; co…
showing disbelief or doubt; skeptical; disbelieving
Incoherent
impossible to explain or understand
provocation
something that stirs up anger or excitement
20 terms
English Lessons 13-14
abscond
bilk
clemency
contrite
to leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoi…
to cheat or swindle out of money
mercy, especially toward a criminal or an enemy
feeling regret and sorrow for things one has done wrong
abscond
to leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoi…
bilk
to cheat or swindle out of money
English Lessons 13-14
civility
connoisseur
exhilaration
foible
Polite and courteous behavior
A PERSON POSSESSING EXPERT KNOWLEDGE OR TRAINING; A PERSON OF…
Excitement; a state of elation
(n.) a weak point, failing, minor flaw
civility
Polite and courteous behavior
connoisseur
A PERSON POSSESSING EXPERT KNOWLEDGE OR TRAINING; A PERSON OF…
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English Lessons 13&14
contumacy
convivial
indomitable
millenium
stubborn resistance against authority; rebellion against auth…
affable; gregarious, friendly, sociable
invincible, unconquerable, invulnerable, valiant
time or period of great happiness or holiness
contumacy
stubborn resistance against authority; rebellion against auth…
convivial
affable; gregarious, friendly, sociable
15 terms
English 11-lesson 13
Nirvana
Salutary
Despicable
Harlequin
A condition of great peace or happiness
Healthful; wholesome
Contemptible or hateful
A clown
Nirvana
A condition of great peace or happiness
Salutary
Healthful; wholesome
15 terms
English 10- Lesson 13
Inert
Circumvent
Clandestine
Acquit
Unable to act or move; sluggish; inactive
To get around; to bypass
Secret
To find not guilty of a fault or crime
Inert
Unable to act or move; sluggish; inactive
Circumvent
To get around; to bypass
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English Vocab Lesson 13
Holocaust
Embroil
Anachronism
Denigrate
Great or complete destruction of life
To draw into a fight
Something existing outside of its proper time
To destroy someone's reputation
Holocaust
Great or complete destruction of life
Embroil
To draw into a fight
10 terms
English vocab Lesson 13
concurrent
courier
cursory
discursive
(adj) occurring at the same time; simultaneous, agreeing
(n) A messenger carrying information or important documents
(adj.) hasty, not thorough (not noticing details)
(adj) Rambling, covering a wide range of subjects (from the L…
concurrent
(adj) occurring at the same time; simultaneous, agreeing
courier
(n) A messenger carrying information or important documents
English vocab lesson 13
holocaust
embroil
denigrate
humane
a great or complete destruction of life
to draw into a conflict or fight ... syn:entangle
to attack the reputation of:to speak ill of ... syn:defame;belit…
kind;compassionate ... syn:kindly;benevolent;considerate... ant:inh…
holocaust
a great or complete destruction of life
embroil
to draw into a conflict or fight ... syn:entangle
10 terms
English Vocab Lesson #13
gregarious
exhilaration
patrimony
obsequious
outgoing; sociable
high spirits; invigoration; excitement
an inheritance from one's father or ancestors; any heritage o…
too ready to please, praise, or obey; servile; fawning
gregarious
outgoing; sociable
exhilaration
high spirits; invigoration; excitement
10 terms
English 7 - Lesson 13
audible
coherence
digress
eloquent
able to be heard
the quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
to stray from the main subject
persuasive and powerful in speaking or writing
audible
able to be heard
coherence
the quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
English I Vocab Lesson 13
Acknowledge (v)
Adversary (adj)
Elude (v)
Exploit (v)
Accept or admit the existence or truth of (syn: recognize, gr…
One's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute (syn: oppon…
To escape in a skillful or cunning way (syn: escape, avoid, r…
To make full use of and derive benefit from something (syn: a…
Acknowledge (v)
Accept or admit the existence or truth of (syn: recognize, gr…
Adversary (adj)
One's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute (syn: oppon…
6 terms
English Lessons 13 and 14
Emancipate
Manacle
Mandate
Manifest
V. To free from restraint or influence
N. A device for confining the hands;handcuffs
N. A formal order from a higher court; an authoritative command
Adj. clearly apparent to sight or understanding; obvious
Emancipate
V. To free from restraint or influence
Manacle
N. A device for confining the hands;handcuffs
20 terms
English lessons 13 and 14
feudal
usurp
sovereign
autocratic
relating to a system of lords and vassals
to take power by force
a king or queen
ruling with unlimited power
feudal
relating to a system of lords and vassals
usurp
to take power by force
English 11: Lesson #13
Grimace
Harangue
Formidable
Sycophant
A facial expression of fear, disapproval or pain
A long strongly expressed speech or lecture
Arousing fear or awe
A flatterer; one who fawns on others in order to gain favor;…
Grimace
A facial expression of fear, disapproval or pain
Harangue
A long strongly expressed speech or lecture
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 13
clude
se
plu
germ
close
apart
more
vital
clude
close
se
apart
10 terms
English I Lesson #13
prodigious
chinks
princox
plats
extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree s=huge a=little adject…
a crack, cleft, or fissure; a narrow opening s=opening a=clos…
rude youngster, wise guy
a detailed land survey drawing s=map noun
prodigious
extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree s=huge a=little adject…
chinks
a crack, cleft, or fissure; a narrow opening s=opening a=clos…
11 terms
English II Lesson #13
-dict-
edict
indict
predict
to speak
an order issued by someone in authority s=order a=request noun
to formally accuse of criminal activity s= accuse a=free verb
give an expected result s= anticipate verb
-dict-
to speak
edict
an order issued by someone in authority s=order a=request noun
10 terms
English Lesson 13 Vocabulary
Appraisal
Base
Candid
Criterion
Evaluation or estimation of worth
Low or inferior in position
Completely honest, straightforward
Standard used in judging
Appraisal
Evaluation or estimation of worth
Base
Low or inferior in position
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Lesson 13: English 2
inert
circumvent
deprecate
adulation
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... syn: dormant; passi…
to get around; to bypass... syn: avoid
to express strong disapproval of... syn: deplore... ant: approve; p…
excessive praise or admiration... syn: flattery, adoration... ant:…
inert
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... syn: dormant; passi…
circumvent
to get around; to bypass... syn: avoid
15 terms
English 12 Lesson 13
Implicate
Analgesic
Turpitude
Discretionary
v. to involve or connect unfavorably
n. a medication to reduce or eliminate pain
n. wickedness; vileness
adj. left to one's own judgement
Implicate
v. to involve or connect unfavorably
Analgesic
n. a medication to reduce or eliminate pain
15 terms
English III--Lesson 13
animosity
stringent
hackneyed
amass
n. hostility, enmity
adj. severe, strict
adj. trite, overused
v. to accumulate
animosity
n. hostility, enmity
stringent
adj. severe, strict
30 terms
English Lessons 11- 13
agonized
circuit
comprehend
dazzle
to put forth great efforts of any kind
a roundabout course
to understand the meaning/ nature of
to overpower with intense light
agonized
to put forth great efforts of any kind
circuit
a roundabout course
155 terms
ENGLISH VOCAB LESSONS 1-13
Abet
Coerce
Divulge
Dogmatic
To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing... ant: impede…
To force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
To tell, to reveal (as a secret)... ant: conceal
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs... ant: openminded
Abet
To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing... ant: impede…
Coerce
To force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
10 terms
11th English Lesson 13
autocrat
brook
elixir
entourage
A ruler or any person with unlimited power or authority.
To put up with; tolerate.
A remedy believed t cure all ailments. Substance believed to…
A group of associates or attendants.
autocrat
A ruler or any person with unlimited power or authority.
brook
To put up with; tolerate.
10 terms
English 3: Lesson 13
banal
camouflage
emulate
mimicry
unorginal and commonplace; trite
to hide by disguising or by blending in with the surroundings
to strive to equal or excel, especially through imitation
imitation or copying, especially of expression and gesture
banal
unorginal and commonplace; trite
camouflage
to hide by disguising or by blending in with the surroundings
10 terms
English (Lesson 13)
Reputation
Yearning
Escapades
Bellowing
To beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone…
A feeling of intense longing for something
An act of incident involving excitement, daring, or adventure
A very loud utterance or other sound
Reputation
To beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone…
Yearning
A feeling of intense longing for something
English vocab lessons 13-14
burly
cease
prestigious
fetter
broad, muscular
to stop
worthy of admiration or esteem
to chain down, to bind
burly
broad, muscular
cease
to stop
10 terms
English 9 lesson 13
appraisal
base
candid
criterion
evaluation or estimation of worth
low or inferior in position or quality
frank; honest; expressing one's honest opinion; not posed or…
a standard of judgment
appraisal
evaluation or estimation of worth
base
low or inferior in position or quality
15 terms
lesson 13 English
holocaust
embroil
anachronism
denigrate
a great or complete destruction of life
to draw into a conflict or fight
something or someone existing outside of its proper time
to attack the reputation of; to speak ill of
holocaust
a great or complete destruction of life
embroil
to draw into a conflict or fight
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