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English 10 unit 1
buffalo
go off
transplant
peasant
/ˈbʌfələʊ/
to explode
/trænsˈplɑːnt/... to transfer from one body to another; to uproo…
/ˈpeznt/... A farmer, working for a nobleman on land that noble…
buffalo
/ˈbʌfələʊ/
go off
to explode
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 8A
mirth
misconstrue
omit
orator
(n) merry fun... Jollity, merriment; amusement or laughter
(v) to misunderstand... to interpret wrongly
(v) to leave something out; exclude
(n) an eloquent and skilled public speaker
mirth
(n) merry fun... Jollity, merriment; amusement or laughter
misconstrue
(v) to misunderstand... to interpret wrongly
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 10A
absolution
blithe
counterfeit
cryptic
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
(adj) free-spirited; carefree; happy; joyous
(adj) fake; false
(adj) puzzling; enigmatic
absolution
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
blithe
(adj) free-spirited; carefree; happy; joyous
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 6A
abridge
appease
carrion
conspiracy
(v) to shorten
(v) make calm or quiet
(n) dead and decaying flesh
(n) a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harm…
abridge
(v) to shorten
appease
(v) make calm or quiet
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 7A
alliance
apprehensive
bequeath
compel
(n) a union formed for mutual benefit
(adj) feeling alarm; worried
(v) to give or leave something by means of a will when one dies
(v) to urge; force someone to do something
alliance
(n) a union formed for mutual benefit
apprehensive
(adj) feeling alarm; worried
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 9A
blatant
blasphemy
creditable
cringe
(adj) obvious or conspicuous, especially in an unfavorable se…
(n) speech which offends religious views... Something you say or…
praiseworthy;... deserving of praise but not that amazing
(v) recoil; shy away
blatant
(adj) obvious or conspicuous, especially in an unfavorable se…
blasphemy
(n) speech which offends religious views... Something you say or…
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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 1
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
verb; to lessen in intensity; subside, decrease
verb; to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
verb; to detest, loathe, hate strongly
verb; to find not guilty of a fault or crime
abate
verb; to lessen in intensity; subside, decrease
abet
verb; to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 2
altercation
ambivalent
amicable
anathema
noun; a heated argument; quarrel
adjective; being uncertain; unable to decide between two oppo…
adjective; friendly; peacable
noun; a greatly disliked, hated person or thing; a curse or p…
altercation
noun; a heated argument; quarrel
ambivalent
adjective; being uncertain; unable to decide between two oppo…
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 5A
abhor
accolade
bigot
bolster
(v) to hate
(n) congratulations; praise; an award or privilege granted as…
(n) narrow-minded, prejudiced person
(v) support; prop up
abhor
(v) to hate
accolade
(n) congratulations; praise; an award or privilege granted as…
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 4A
antiquated
archaic
aristocracy
asylum
(adj) outdated; old fashioned; refers to something still bein…
(adj) ancient; outdated; old fashioned; refers to something n…
(n) the highest class in certain societies; a privileged or s…
(n) place of refuge or safety from some one's enemies.
antiquated
(adj) outdated; old fashioned; refers to something still bein…
archaic
(adj) ancient; outdated; old fashioned; refers to something n…
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 2A
furtive
ignominy
imploring
irrelevant
(adj) secretive
(n) public shame and disgrace
(v) begging; making an urgent appeal
(adj) not related to the matter at hand
furtive
(adj) secretive
ignominy
(n) public shame and disgrace
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ENGLISH 10 UNIT 1A
acute
affable
annihilate
arid
(adj) very sharp or severe
(adj) sociable
(v) to destroy
(adj) dry;unproductive or empty
acute
(adj) very sharp or severe
affable
(adj) sociable
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 2
adroit
adroit
adroit
amicable
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
synonyms: clever, deft
Many rodeo performers are _________________________ at twirli…
(adj.) peaceable, friendly
adroit
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
adroit
synonyms: clever, deft
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
(noun) one who does good to others... Without the help of many…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... In to…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 1
adulterate
adulterate
adulterate
ambidextrous
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
synonyms: contaminate, pollute
Hospitals take strict precautions to assure that nothing ____…
(adjective) able to use both hands equally well, very skillfu…
adulterate
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
adulterate
synonyms: contaminate, pollute
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 7
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
(v.) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
(v.) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
(v.) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force…
(n.) great confusion, disorder
abhor
(v.) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
amend
(v.) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 6
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
(verb) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... Managemen…
(verb) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion…
(verb) to include or contain; to be made up of... Classical sym…
(adj.) skillful, nimble... The __________ fingers of Spanish nu…
accede
(verb) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... Managemen…
brandish
(verb) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion…
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj., verb - past participle) associated, connected... Syn.: a…
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
(noun) an accomplishment, the act of achieving... Syn.: achieve…
(verb) to give or pass on as an inheritance... Syn.: transmit,…
affiliated
(adj., verb - past participle) associated, connected... Syn.: a…
ascertain
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
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English 10 Unit #3B
annihilation
beckon
convulsion
claustrophobia
(n) complete destruction
(v) to gesture; summon; call
(n) violent, involuntary contraction of the muscles; spasm
(n) an abnormal fear of enclosed spaces
annihilation
(n) complete destruction
beckon
(v) to gesture; summon; call
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English 10 Unit #4B
allay
deliberate
euphemism
exacerbate
(v) to lessen; diminish
(v) to think over deeply (SYN: Ruminate)
(n) a polite way of saying something unpleasant
(v) to make worse
allay
(v) to lessen; diminish
deliberate
(v) to think over deeply (SYN: Ruminate)
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English 10 Vocab - Unit 8
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
(noun)strong dislike; bitter hostility... Syn: enmity, rancor, a…
(noun)a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest... Syn: indifferen…
(adjective)fearful or anxious, especially about the future... Sy…
(verb)to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of at…
animosity
(noun)strong dislike; bitter hostility... Syn: enmity, rancor, a…
apathy
(noun)a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest... Syn: indifferen…
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English 10 Unit 15
Noxious
Connive
Chutzpah
Liege
adj. harmful to the health
v. to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
n. nerve; audacity
n. a lord, master, or sovereign
Noxious
adj. harmful to the health
Connive
v. to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
English 10 Unit 1
ambidextrous
augment
gape
guise
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
to position or arrange; to utilize; to form up
to stare with open mouth; to open the mouth wide; to open wide
an external appearance, cover, mask
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
augment
to position or arrange; to utilize; to form up
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English 10 - Unit 12
Ultima
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Last
Surpassing all others; difnitive
Just before the final; next to last
A demand or threat that is final
Ultima
Last
Ultimate
Surpassing all others; difnitive
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English 10 Unit 12
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Infinite
surpassing all others
next to last
a demand or threat that is final
without beginning or end
Ultimate
surpassing all others
Penultimate
next to last
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English 10: Unit 22
rancid
rancor
putrefy
putrid
rotten; spoiled
bitterness; hostility
to rot; decompose
rotten; suggesting decomposition
rancid
rotten; spoiled
rancor
bitterness; hostility
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English 10: Unit 10
acquiesce
askew
blithe
contentious
(v) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(adj, adv) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
(adj) quarrelsome, inclined to argue
acquiesce
(v) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
askew
(adj, adv) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
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English 10 Unit 10 Vocabulary
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a countercharge
deserving blame
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
English 10 Unit 4
irony
verbal irony
dramatic irony
situational irony
A literary device that uses contradictory statements or situa…
irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
A contradiction between what a character thinks and what the…
The expected outcome is opposite from the actual outcome
irony
A literary device that uses contradictory statements or situa…
verbal irony
irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
20 terms
English 10 Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n) An enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n) An enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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English 10 Unit 18
Impregnable
Xenophobia
Inherent
Irreverent
adj. not able to be conquered; impenetrable
n. an intense dislike or fear of strangers or foreigners
adj. essential
adj. disrespectful
Impregnable
adj. not able to be conquered; impenetrable
Xenophobia
n. an intense dislike or fear of strangers or foreigners
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English 10 Unit 16
Pique
Linguistics
Plebeian
Precocious
v. to cause resentment; to provoke
n. the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning…
n. a commoner; one from the lower class... adj. common or vulgar
adj. showing early development, especially mental
Pique
v. to cause resentment; to provoke
Linguistics
n. the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning…
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English 10 Unit 17
Circumspect
Zephyr
Renegade
Retribution
adj. careful; heedful; attentive to all points
n. a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West Wind)
n. one who deserts one side in favor of another; traitor; out…
n. something justly deserved, especially a punishment
Circumspect
adj. careful; heedful; attentive to all points
Zephyr
n. a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West Wind)
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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
15 terms
ENGLISH 10 UNIT 3A
adroit
anecdote
apathetic
artisan
(adj) skillful
(n) a brief amusing story
(adj) indifferent; uninterested
(n) craftsman
adroit
(adj) skillful
anecdote
(n) a brief amusing story
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English 10 unit 10
1. indomitable
2. infallible
3. plod
4. pungent
(adj.) unconquerable, refusing to yield
(adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable
(v.) to walk heavily or slowly; to work slowly
(adj.) causing a sharp sensation; stinging, biting
1. indomitable
(adj.) unconquerable, refusing to yield
2. infallible
(adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable
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English 10 Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy, opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skil…
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy, opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
7 terms
English 10 Unit 2
Fractious
Infringe
Incisive
Tome
Tend to argue or cause problems
To intrude on an area belonging to anotherCis
Sharply cutting; direct and powerful
A large and serious book
Fractious
Tend to argue or cause problems
Infringe
To intrude on an area belonging to anotherCis
Unit 13- English 10
an action movie
a cartoon
a horror movie
a science fiction movie
a film/movie that has a lot of exciting action and adventure
an amusing drawing in a newspaper or magazine, especially one…
a film/movie that is designed to frighten people
a type of book, film/movie, etc. that is based on imagined sc…
an action movie
a film/movie that has a lot of exciting action and adventure
a cartoon
an amusing drawing in a newspaper or magazine, especially one…
15 terms
English 10 Unit #2B
acrid
arcane
bleak
cynical
(adj) bitter; having a sharply strong taste or smell.
(adj) obscure; known only to a few people
(adj) desolate; hopeless
(adj) believing that people act only out of selfish motives
acrid
(adj) bitter; having a sharply strong taste or smell.
arcane
(adj) obscure; known only to a few people
English 10 Units 11 & 12
diffident
fidelity
confide
fallacy
shy; not assertive
faithfulness; loyalty
to trust (another) with information or a secret
a misleading or mistaken idea
diffident
shy; not assertive
fidelity
faithfulness; loyalty
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Unit 10 English 10
antagonize
apathy
arbitrate
bestow
(verb) to make an enemy of; to sir up anger or dislike ... synon…
(noun) a lack of interest or concern ... synonyms: indifference,…
(verb) to settle a disagreement between two parties by having…
(verb) to give as an honor; to present as a gift ... synonyms :…
antagonize
(verb) to make an enemy of; to sir up anger or dislike ... synon…
apathy
(noun) a lack of interest or concern ... synonyms: indifference,…
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english 10 unit 10
acquiesce... syn: comply with, accede, co…
allure... syn: beguile, tantalize; tempta…
askew... syn: awry, lopsided, cockeyed. t…
blithe... syn: carefree, nonchalant, indi…
To swim in the public pool, each person has to _____ with the…
Taylor Swift is an ____ to many men all over the world.
When the wind blew, her hat went ___.
The little girl had ___ optimism, even before her surgery.
acquiesce... syn: comply with, accede, co…
To swim in the public pool, each person has to _____ with the…
allure... syn: beguile, tantalize; tempta…
Taylor Swift is an ____ to many men all over the world.
unit 1 English 10
get up
go down
boil
several
wake up
giảm, đi xuống
more than two but not many
get up
wake up
go down
giảm, đi xuống
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English 10 Unit 10
Fabrication
Facetious
Facile
Faction
A lie
Humorous
Fluent
A group
Fabrication
A lie
Facetious
Humorous
English 10 Unit 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
noun... quickness or accuracy of judgement
verb... to act as a judge in a matter
noun... a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs,…
adj... of doubtful or questionable authenticity
acumen
noun... quickness or accuracy of judgement
adjudicate
verb... to act as a judge in a matter
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english 10 unit 10
Acquiesce
Allure
Askew
Blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... SYN: compl…
(v.) to entice, tempt: to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly... SYN…
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned... SYN: caref…
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... SYN: compl…
Allure
(v.) to entice, tempt: to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
Unit 10(English 10)
Acquiesce
Allure
Askew
Blithe
to accept without protest
to entice, tempt; to be attractive
twisted to one side
cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
Acquiesce
to accept without protest
Allure
to entice, tempt; to be attractive
English 10 Unit 10
Accrue
Annotation
Bedlam
Covert
(Verb) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natura…
(Noun) a critical or explanatory note or comment
(Noun) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
(Adj.) hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret (Noun) a s…
Accrue
(Verb) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natura…
Annotation
(Noun) a critical or explanatory note or comment
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