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10 terms
english 12 set 1
adorning
albeit
anguished
beckoned
to lend beauty to; decorate
conj. in spite of the fact, regardless of the fac
adjective-with extreme anxiety or torment; distressed
VERB to lure; entice
adorning
to lend beauty to; decorate
albeit
conj. in spite of the fact, regardless of the fac
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English Vocabulary set 1
abandon
abandoned
abbreviate
abnormal
버리다, 포기하다
버려진, 유기된
(단어, 문장, 글) 줄이다... 요약하다, 단축하다
비정상적인, 이상한
abandon
버리다, 포기하다
abandoned
버려진, 유기된
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English set 1 Walli
terrorist
inspired
reject
refugees
wants to harm innocent people
ideas
don't accept
leave country due to war
terrorist
wants to harm innocent people
inspired
ideas
40 terms
English vocab set 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
Verb - to caution or advise against something synonym: reprim…
Noun- an opening, gap, rupture, or rift ... antonym: close
Noun- a bandit, robber, outlaw, or highway man
adj- careful/ cautious... Synonym: wary, prudent... Antonym: incaut…
Admonish
Verb - to caution or advise against something synonym: reprim…
Breach
Noun- an opening, gap, rupture, or rift ... antonym: close
46 terms
English Vocabulary (Set 1)
Hallmark
Seldom
Chirp
Stricken
A distinguished characteristic
Not often, rarely, infrequent
High pitch sound, typically of a small bird or an insect
seriously affected by an undesirable condition or feeling
Hallmark
A distinguished characteristic
Seldom
Not often, rarely, infrequent
English Vocabulary Set 1
Debris
Diffuse
Breach
Commander
The ship wreckage left much debris in the ocean
The police diffused the bomb in the house
The ants breached the kitchen
The commander of the army was unintelligent
Debris
The ship wreckage left much debris in the ocean
Diffuse
The police diffused the bomb in the house
10 terms
Spanish/English Set 1
mano
cabello
dientes
oreja
hand
hair
teeth
ear
mano
hand
cabello
hair
10 terms
English EOC Literary Terms - Set 1
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
antagonist
The repetition of initial consonant sounds (think tongue twis…
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
A short, simple narrative of an incident; often used for humo…
A force working against the protagonist, who is the main char…
alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds (think tongue twis…
allusion
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
11 terms
Vocabulary Set 1 - English 9th
culture
lucid
dementia
characterization
A way of life; collective customs and behaviors
aware, clear-minded
loss of memory
describing a character
culture
A way of life; collective customs and behaviors
lucid
aware, clear-minded
10 terms
spelling words English set 1
blot
crunch
sandwich
gym
to tap it with a cloth
to bite with a loud sound
a meal between two pieces of bread
a building where you work out
blot
to tap it with a cloth
crunch
to bite with a loud sound
15 terms
Oliver Set 1 English Vocab
unheralded
wily
lofty
superflous
unnoticed or unappreciated, unannounced
(adj.) sly, shrewd, cunning
(adj.) very high; arrogant, overbearing manner, noble-
beyond what is needed or required, an overflow
unheralded
unnoticed or unappreciated, unannounced
wily
(adj.) sly, shrewd, cunning
English II - Vocabulary Set 1
absolve
adamant
amiable
amoral
to clear of guilt
firm, steadfast
good natured
No morals, no ethics
absolve
to clear of guilt
adamant
firm, steadfast
30 terms
AP English III Vocabulary Set 1
abjure
acerbic
acrimony
acumen
verb: to reject, renounce... The cat ____________ my frugal cho…
adjective: biting, bitter in tone or taste... The ____________…
noun: bitterness; discord... The political _______________ has…
noun: keen insight... If I had the ____________ of Einstein, I…
abjure
verb: to reject, renounce... The cat ____________ my frugal cho…
acerbic
adjective: biting, bitter in tone or taste... The ____________…
10 terms
AP English Language Vocabulary Set 1
Allusion
Analogy
Antecedent
Antithesis
Reference to well-known person, place, event, literary work o…
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
Word, phrase or clause to which a pronoun refers
Juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas to give a feeling…
Allusion
Reference to well-known person, place, event, literary work o…
Analogy
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
10 terms
English Vocabulary Set 1
Inert
Raze
Crevice
Novelty
(in-ert)... inactive, or sluggish ... EX: After, thanksgiving dinne…
(rays)... to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish... EX: T…
(Krev-us)... a crack forming an opening... EX: Walter's lucky coin…
(NAHV-ul-tee)... newness... EX:The kids rode their bikes all day un…
Inert
(in-ert)... inactive, or sluggish ... EX: After, thanksgiving dinne…
Raze
(rays)... to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish... EX: T…
47 terms
Tricky English Words Set 1
She looked cross.
She peered out the window.
I gazed out the window.
He glimpsed at the sky.
cross
peered
gazed
glimpsed
She looked cross.
cross
She peered out the window.
peered
English vocab set 1
banal
chicanery
entrepreneur
fetish
lacking freshness or originality; commmon place , platitudinous
trickery especially in legal dealings: the use of subterfuge…
one who organises and manages a business,
an inanimate object through to have inherent magical powers,…
banal
lacking freshness or originality; commmon place , platitudinous
chicanery
trickery especially in legal dealings: the use of subterfuge…
english vocab set 1
project
piano
honk
expert
something that people work on
something that plays music when it's keys are pushed
to cause a car to make a sound
someone who knows a lot about something
project
something that people work on
piano
something that plays music when it's keys are pushed
English vocab set 1
Honk
Install
Project
Sucess
To cause a car to make a sound.
To place something in position, ready for use.
Something that person work on.
Something that does well.
Honk
To cause a car to make a sound.
Install
To place something in position, ready for use.
7 terms
English set 1
anti
anticlimatic
medius
mediator
against
a disappointing end after a big build up
middle
a person or organization that tries to get agreement between…
anti
against
anticlimatic
a disappointing end after a big build up
English Vocab Set 1
Beginner
Expert
Honk
Piano
A person who is just starting to learn something.
Someone who knows a lot about something.
To cause a car to make a sound.
Something that plays music when its keys are pushed.
Beginner
A person who is just starting to learn something.
Expert
Someone who knows a lot about something.
English vocab set 1
project
piano
Expert
Honk
Something that people work on.
Something that plays music when it's keys are pushed.
Knowing a lot of about something.
To cause a car to make a sound.
project
Something that people work on.
piano
Something that plays music when it's keys are pushed.
8 terms
English Words Set 1
Abolish (v.)
Abridge (v.)
Abstemious (adj.)
Accent (n.)
Formally put an end to
Shorten; curtail
Not self-indulgent, especially with eating and drinking
A distinctive mode of pronunciation; a special or particular…
Abolish (v.)
Formally put an end to
Abridge (v.)
Shorten; curtail
29 terms
English set 1
anit
antagonist
anticlimatic
anti-war protestors
against
to annoy or provide to anger
a let down
someone who protest against war
anit
against
antagonist
to annoy or provide to anger
English Set 1
anti
antagonize
anticlimactic
auto
against
to annoy or provoke to anger
result that disappoints expectations
self
anti
against
antagonize
to annoy or provoke to anger
15 terms
English II - Oedipus Set 1
Usurp
Pestilence
Contagion... adj - contagious
Regicide
Verb - 1) to seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc)…
Noun - any disease, especially one of epidemic proportions, s…
Noun - a disease transmitted by contact.... Adj - contagious
Noun - the murder of a king
Usurp
Verb - 1) to seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc)…
Pestilence
Noun - any disease, especially one of epidemic proportions, s…
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English Set 1
anti
antagonist
anticlimactic
autonomous
against
A person who opposes another person
result that disappoints expectations
Self-governing
anti
against
antagonist
A person who opposes another person
English vocab set 1
A story that is probably not true
Complicated and known and understood b…
To formally meet as a serious group
Helpful or useful in a particular situ…
Apocryphal
Arcane
Convene
Expidient
A story that is probably not true
Apocryphal
Complicated and known and understood b…
Arcane
English Analogies Set 1
Hover
Plaudits
Laggard
Wrangle
float is to sink as hover is to walking
Clap is to boo as plaudits is to disapproval
Snail is to turtle as laggard is to Sloth
Cow is to cowboy as wrangle is to rodeo
Hover
float is to sink as hover is to walking
Plaudits
Clap is to boo as plaudits is to disapproval
11 terms
Elizabethan English Set 1
Art
Didst
dost or doth
ere
Are
Did
does or do
before
Art
Are
Didst
Did
17 terms
English Set 1
anti
anticlimactic
antagonist
auto
against
a disappointing end after a big build up
annoyer
self
anti
against
anticlimactic
a disappointing end after a big build up
10 terms
English I, Set 1
Point of View
First Person
Second Person
Third Person
The perspective from which a story is told.
"I" and "Me" standpoint. Personal perspective.
The narrator tells a listener what he/she has done or said, u…
Point of view in which the narrator is outside of the story -…
Point of View
The perspective from which a story is told.
First Person
"I" and "Me" standpoint. Personal perspective.
english vocab set 1
parsimony
gauche
spurious
tenacious
extreme unwillingness to spend money/use resources
lacking ease or grace; socially awkward
not what it says it is; false
hold firmly; adhere closely
parsimony
extreme unwillingness to spend money/use resources
gauche
lacking ease or grace; socially awkward
English 9, set 1
receding
disarming
prolonged
imprudent
becoming more distant; moving further back
removing or lessening suspicions or fears
extended, made to last longer
unwise; foolish
receding
becoming more distant; moving further back
disarming
removing or lessening suspicions or fears
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English Vocabulary - Set 1
details
conclude
conflict
climax
specific points that support a main idea
decide by reasoning
a problem or struggle between two opposing forces in a story.
most exciting moment of the story; turning point
details
specific points that support a main idea
conclude
decide by reasoning
10 terms
Senior English Set 1
allocation
ascetic
beguile
crass
(n.) allowance, portion, share
(n.) one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; a…
(v.) to deceive; to charm; to enchant
(adj.) coarse, unfeeling; stupid; tasteless
allocation
(n.) allowance, portion, share
ascetic
(n.) one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; a…
High-intermediate set 1 (English)
Déjà vu
out of the blue
achievement
adjustment
that eerie sense that "I've experienced this before." Cues fr…
unexpectedly
something done successfully; something gained by working or t…
a slight change that you make to something so that it works b…
Déjà vu
that eerie sense that "I've experienced this before." Cues fr…
out of the blue
unexpectedly
10 terms
English IV set 1
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
a preference
new
tired or worn-out
nonstop
Affinity
a preference
Fledgling
new
English II Set 1
Point of View
Theme
Connotation
Denotation
the position from which the story is being told
underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated dire…
the implied (suggested) meaning of a word
the literal or primary meaning of a word
Point of View
the position from which the story is being told
Theme
underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated dire…
Set 1, English II
abate
belie
desiccate
embellish
v. to decrease; reduce
v. misrepresent; give a false impression
v. to dry up; completely
v. adorn; ornament; enhance, as a story
abate
v. to decrease; reduce
belie
v. misrepresent; give a false impression
42 terms
English Vocabulary Set 1
Chair
Table
Restroom
Water
...
...
...
...
Chair
...
Table
...
English 10 Set 1
abet
occlude
ascribe
coerce
To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
To block the passage of
To credit to a certain cause or source
To force by pressure or threats
abet
To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
occlude
To block the passage of
English Honors - Set 1
brunt
Appalled
Suppliant
Luxuriate
main force of a blow
Shocked, disgusted
person who begs for aid
to enjoy the richness, pleasure of
brunt
main force of a blow
Appalled
Shocked, disgusted
16 terms
DAHS English 10 Vocab Set 1
Cajole
abstinence
pariah
painstaking
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
THE GIVING UP OF CERTAIN PLEASURES
an outcast
very thorough; careful
Cajole
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
abstinence
THE GIVING UP OF CERTAIN PLEASURES
9 terms
AEP English Vocab Set 1 (2016)
Decadent
Luminous
Masticate
Superfluous
n. overly luxurious and lacking moral discipline; excessive
adj. Bright, brilliant, glowing
v. to chew
adj. beyond what is necessary
Decadent
n. overly luxurious and lacking moral discipline; excessive
Luminous
adj. Bright, brilliant, glowing
20 terms
Sophomore English 2017 Set 1
conceived
headlong
cumulative
abstract
formed in the mind
excessively quick
increasing by successive addition
a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance
conceived
formed in the mind
headlong
excessively quick
10 terms
English Vocaulary Set 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudice person
fake; false
giving voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudice person
13 terms
English Set 1
get used to
oversleep
fun
funny
to become familiar with (привыкнуть)
to sleep after one's usual or planned time for waking
amusing, interesting, pleasant, entertaining
humorous, comic
get used to
to become familiar with (привыкнуть)
oversleep
to sleep after one's usual or planned time for waking
10 terms
English Vocab Set 1
fish
dog
cat
fish food
a scaly water animal
a furry animal, sometimes threatening
a fun, furry animal
things fish eat
fish
a scaly water animal
dog
a furry animal, sometimes threatening
English in Mind 1(set 1)
unusual
come round
produce
sell
not normal
to visit
to make something
to give something to someone and take money instead
unusual
not normal
come round
to visit
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