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English 9 / Lesson 9
Allure
Antiquity
Appraise
Cleave
The power to attract or charm
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
To estimate the value of... To form a judgment of; to evaluate
To cling to or be faithful to... To split with force or a sharp…
Allure
The power to attract or charm
Antiquity
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
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English 9 / lesson 10
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
A natural talent
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
A welcome gift or blessing
Amputate
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
Aptitude
A natural talent
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English 9 / Lesson 12
Adversity
Cardinal
Credible
Empathize
Misfortune; hardship
Most important; chief
Believable; reliable
To show or feel understanding of another's feelings or problems
Adversity
Misfortune; hardship
Cardinal
Most important; chief
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English 9 / Lesson 11
Amenity
Averse
Complacent
Decompose
A feature that contributes to physical comfort... A feature that…
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned
To decay or to break down into basic elements
Amenity
A feature that contributes to physical comfort... A feature that…
Averse
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
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English 9 Lesson 9
advocate
alleged
conspiracy
misconstrue
Speak or argue in favor of (verb); a person who pleads for a…
Asserted without proof
a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an u…
to interpret wrongly, mistake the meaning of
advocate
Speak or argue in favor of (verb); a person who pleads for a…
alleged
Asserted without proof
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English 9 Lesson 2
acrophobia
agoraphobia
audiophile
balletomania
abnormal fear of being in high places
abnormal fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas
one especially interested in high-fidelity sound reproduction
extreme enthusiasm for the ballet
acrophobia
abnormal fear of being in high places
agoraphobia
abnormal fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas
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English 9 Lesson 2
alacrity
array
deduce
encumber
promptness in responding (quick to respond)
1.large group of people or things... 2.orderly arrangement or di…
to draw conclusions from facts
1. to weigh down or burden... 2. to impede the actions of (get i…
alacrity
promptness in responding (quick to respond)
array
1.large group of people or things... 2.orderly arrangement or di…
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Lesson 7 English 9 Vocab
badger
benevolent
elapse
fitful
to harass persistently; to annoy
showing, doing, or resulting in good
to slip by, as in time
stopping and starting intermittently
badger
to harass persistently; to annoy
benevolent
showing, doing, or resulting in good
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Lesson 2 English 9 Vocab
belittle
blase
concoct
decade
to speak of something or someone as small or unimportant
uninterested or unimpressed
to devise cleverly; to invent
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belittle
to speak of something or someone as small or unimportant
blase
uninterested or unimpressed
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Lesson 5 English 9 Vocab
bizarre
bungle
deduce
dynamic
unusual or strange
to act or work clumsily; to ruin something through clumsiness
to conclude by reasoning; to infer
energetic; intense; forceful
bizarre
unusual or strange
bungle
to act or work clumsily; to ruin something through clumsiness
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Lesson 3 English 9 Vocab
amity
cater
guise
inconsequential
friendship
to supply what is needed or desired
a false appearance
of little or no importance
amity
friendship
cater
to supply what is needed or desired
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Lesson 8 English 9 Vocab
alight
convalesce
dainty
feint
to descend and settle, as after flying
to recover one's health
delicate or charming
to distract an opponent by pretending to move in one directio…
alight
to descend and settle, as after flying
convalesce
to recover one's health
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Lesson 4 English 9 Vocab
acute
durable
eavesdrop
ethical
serious and sudden
able to withstand wear, decay, or tough conditions
to listen secretly to private conversations
pertaining to accepted standards of behavior
acute
serious and sudden
durable
able to withstand wear, decay, or tough conditions
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Lesson 6 English 9 Vocab
adjacent
candor
compassion
democratic
lying near or adjoining
sincerity or honesty
awareness and sympathy for the suffering of another
of or for the people; pertaining to the government
adjacent
lying near or adjoining
candor
sincerity or honesty
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Lesson 1 English 9 Vocab
articulate
crux
debris
decry
well-spoken or clear; to speak clearly and distinctly
the main or most important point or feature
scattered remains; rubble
to condemn or disapprove openly
articulate
well-spoken or clear; to speak clearly and distinctly
crux
the main or most important point or feature
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English 9+, Lesson 1
bewail
destitute
detract
emancipate
(v.) To express deep regret or sorrow over
(adj) Extremely poor; lacking necessities like food and shelter
(v.) To take away, especially from the value, beauty, or impo…
(v.) To set free from slavery; to feel free to do; to liberate
bewail
(v.) To express deep regret or sorrow over
destitute
(adj) Extremely poor; lacking necessities like food and shelter
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English 9 Vocabulary Lesson 3
aft
aquatic
armada
barnacles
situated near or at the rear part of a ship or boat
living or growing in or on water
a fleet of warships
hard-covered shellfish that attach themselves to submerged su…
aft
situated near or at the rear part of a ship or boat
aquatic
living or growing in or on water
English 9 Lesson 9
broach
convene
debut
embark
to bring up a subject for discussion
to assemble formally; to come together officially
to make a first public appearance
to board a plane or ship
broach
to bring up a subject for discussion
convene
to assemble formally; to come together officially
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English 9 lesson 9
broach
convene
debut
embark
to bring up a subject for discussion
to assemble formally; to come together officially
to make a first public appearance
to board a plane or ship; to start a major effort; to set out…
broach
to bring up a subject for discussion
convene
to assemble formally; to come together officially
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English 9 Vocab lessons 9 & 10
broach
convene
debut
embark
to bring up a subject for discussion
assembled (as in to come together and meet)
first appearance
started
broach
to bring up a subject for discussion
convene
assembled (as in to come together and meet)
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English 9 Lesson 4
elude
fallow
blight
obsequy
v. to escape notice; to get away from
adj. inactive; unproductive
n. anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devalua…
n. a funeral rite or ceremony
elude
v. to escape notice; to get away from
fallow
adj. inactive; unproductive
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English 9 Lesson 3
Edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
"n. a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building"
adj. equally skillful with either hand.
adj. delayed
v. to give life or motion to
Edifice
"n. a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building"
ambidextrous
adj. equally skillful with either hand.
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English 9 - -> Lesson 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
v. to combine
mentally ill; insane
to sharpen
To besiege by encircling (as with an army); to harass
amalgamate
v. to combine
demented
mentally ill; insane
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English 9 Lesson 9
Ambiguous
Baffle
Convoluted
Dilemma
having two or more posssible meanings or interpretations; unc…
to cause uncertainty in; puzzle
a. Coiled ot twiztede... b. complicated; intriate
situation forcing a choice between two alternatives that are…
Ambiguous
having two or more posssible meanings or interpretations; unc…
Baffle
to cause uncertainty in; puzzle
English 9- Lesson 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj) associated; connected; attached; related; joined
(v) to find out
(n) an accomplishment; the act of achieving; fulfillment
(v) to give or pass on as an inheritance; transmit; bestow
affiliated
(adj) associated; connected; attached; related; joined
ascertain
(v) to find out
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English 9 Lesson 7
carnivorous
centrifugal
fauna
floral
meat-eating
moving away from a center
animals of a period o region
adj. Pertaining to flowers.
carnivorous
meat-eating
centrifugal
moving away from a center
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English 9 Lesson 2
Amalgamate
Demented
Hone
Beleaguer
to combine
mentally ill; insane
to sharpen
to besiege by encircling (like an army)
Amalgamate
to combine
Demented
mentally ill; insane
English9 Lesson 9
Curmudgeon
Sojourn
Gregarious
Augment
Grouch
Journey
Outgoing
Add
Curmudgeon
Grouch
Sojourn
Journey
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English 9 Lesson 10
credentials
cumbersome
genial
hoax
written evidence showing that a person has a right to a certa…
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
(adj.) cordial, pleasantly cheerful or warm
a practical joke; a trick
credentials
written evidence showing that a person has a right to a certa…
cumbersome
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
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English 9 Lesson 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
morally unrestrained
coin collector
a scarcity; a lack
believing that all events in life are determined by fate
Licentious
morally unrestrained
Numismatist
coin collector
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English 1: Lessons 7-9
gird (v)
daunt (v)
flux (n)
hovel (n)
to prepare for an event or action
to make afraid, to discourage
a state of continual change or movement
a wretched living place; an open shed
gird (v)
to prepare for an event or action
daunt (v)
to make afraid, to discourage
Vocab Lesson 12- English 9
malodorous
accolade
malapropisms
dubious
having a bad odor
a special acknowledgment or award
ludicrous misuse of a word, especially with one that sounds s…
doubtful; arousing doubt
malodorous
having a bad odor
accolade
a special acknowledgment or award
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Lesson 9 (English 9)
rupt
dis
crypt
dent
broken; erupt
away from, opposite; dislike
secret; crypt
tooth; dentist
rupt
broken; erupt
dis
away from, opposite; dislike
ENGLISH 9 LESSON 7
CID, CIS
FID, FIDEL
FIN
LINE
to cut, to kill
faith, faithful
end, limit
line
CID, CIS
to cut, to kill
FID, FIDEL
faith, faithful
ENGLISH 9 LESSON 8
BEL(L)
DOC, DOCT
FERV
FRATR, FRATERN
war
to teach
to boil, to bubble
brother
BEL(L)
war
DOC, DOCT
to teach
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Lesson 9: English 09
conspiracy
lethal
advocate
preposterous
a plot or secret plan.
deadly; causing or capable of causing death.
to support or defend a cause
contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; absurd; foolish
conspiracy
a plot or secret plan.
lethal
deadly; causing or capable of causing death.
English 9 vocabulary Lesson 4
elude
fallow
blight
obsequy
(v) to escape; to get away from
(adj) inactive; unproductive
(n) anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devalu…
(n) a funeral rite or ceremony
elude
(v) to escape; to get away from
fallow
(adj) inactive; unproductive
English 9: Lesson 1 vocabulary
annals
demoralize
disperse
epic
chronological records; historical accounts
to undermine the confidence of a person or group; discourage;…
to break up and scatter; to cause to vanish or disappear; to…
a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; impressive;…
annals
chronological records; historical accounts
demoralize
to undermine the confidence of a person or group; discourage;…
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English9 (lesson 3)
Allude
Consecrate
Disseminate
Dote
To refer in a indirect way
To make holy
To spread
Love dearly
Allude
To refer in a indirect way
Consecrate
To make holy
English 9: Lesson 2 vocabulary
belligerent
dexterity
eradicate
fervent
aggressive; warlike
skillfulness; expertness; talent
to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
having or showing great emotion; passionate; fierce; strongly…
belligerent
aggressive; warlike
dexterity
skillfulness; expertness; talent
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English 9 Vocabulary Lesson 1
Brace
Centenarian
Centennial
Decade
2
100 years old
100th Anniversary
10 years
Brace
2
Centenarian
100 years old
Lesson 6 English 9
atmosgperic
bleak
countless
crescent
having to do with the mass of air around earth
barren; desolate
unlimited
semi-circular shape
atmosgperic
having to do with the mass of air around earth
bleak
barren; desolate
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English 12 Lesson 9
provocative
bumpkin
toady
culpable
tending to excite or stimulate
unsophisticated, awkward person
person who flatters for personal gain
deserving blame or condemnation
provocative
tending to excite or stimulate
bumpkin
unsophisticated, awkward person
English 9 lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable; ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a part…
ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations that go b…
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a part…
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English 9 lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable; ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expression of a parti…
ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations that go b…
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expression of a parti…
English 9 Lesson 3
behold
discernment
envision
foresee
to gaze at or look upon
excellent judgment and insight; skill in perceiving
to picture in the mind; to imagine
to see or know ahead of time
behold
to gaze at or look upon
discernment
excellent judgment and insight; skill in perceiving
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English 9 Vocabulary Lesson 3
Monograph
Monologue
Monorail
Monosyllabic
scholarly article
lengthy talk by one person
railway whose cars are supported on or under a single rail
having only one syllable
Monograph
scholarly article
Monologue
lengthy talk by one person
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English7 lessons 9-10
comparable
formal
authentic
immortal
adj. alike enough to be compared; worthy of comparison
adj. according to set rules or customs; stiff in manner; offi…
adj. trustworthy, reliable; genuine, real
adj. living forever; having lasting fame
comparable
adj. alike enough to be compared; worthy of comparison
formal
adj. according to set rules or customs; stiff in manner; offi…
Lesson 3 English 9
Abstruse
Affable
Audacity
Contrite
Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Friendly, courteous, amiable
Excessive boldness, rashness, daring
Extremely apologetic,remorseful, repentant
Abstruse
Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Affable
Friendly, courteous, amiable
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english lessons 8 + 9
auxiliary
candid
cubicle
drudgery
(adj.) giving assistance or support (n.) a helper or aid
(adj.) frank, sincere
(n.) a small room or compartment
(n.) work that is hard and tiresome
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support (n.) a helper or aid
candid
(adj.) frank, sincere
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