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13 terms
Pre-ap English 3a vocab
Fuse
Immutable
Incorrigible
Loathe
To mix or to join
Unchanging
Incapable of being reformed or improved
To detest
Fuse
To mix or to join
Immutable
Unchanging
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Pre-ap English vocab 3A
Abstruse
Affable
Audacity
Contride
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
20 terms
Pre-AP Vocabulary List 3A
spir*
bio
carn
corp
breath, alive
life
body, flesh
body
spir*
breath, alive
bio
life
45 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
Dramatic Irony
Austere
writer/speaker says one thing but really means something comp…
what is expected is the opposite of what occurs
the reader or audience knows something the character in the s…
serious, solemn
Verbal Irony
writer/speaker says one thing but really means something comp…
Situational Irony
what is expected is the opposite of what occurs
25 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Formidable
Guerrilla
Guru
Heritage
Extremely impressive in strength or excellence
A member of an irregular army that fights a stronger force
A Hindu or Buddhist religious leader and spiritual teacher
That which is inherited
Formidable
Extremely impressive in strength or excellence
Guerrilla
A member of an irregular army that fights a stronger force
10 terms
Vocabulary English Pre Ap
Frater
Mono
Gamy
Trans
Brother
One
Marriage
Across
Frater
Brother
Mono
One
Pre-Ap English Vocabulary
Jaunt
Repast
Apathy
Nauseate
a short pleasant trip; also, v. to make a short trip
a meal; food eaten at a meal
lack of interest, concern, or spirit; indifference; lack of e…
to make sick or queasy; to cause a feeling of disgust or loat…
Jaunt
a short pleasant trip; also, v. to make a short trip
Repast
a meal; food eaten at a meal
50 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Ambled
Assuaged
Asinine
Analogous
to go at a slow pace
to make less severe; relieve
stupid
similar
Ambled
to go at a slow pace
Assuaged
to make less severe; relieve
63 terms
Spanish 2 Pre-AP 3A Vocabulary
el banco
el centro
el consultorio
la estación de servicio
bank
downtown
doctor's/dentist's office
service station
el banco
bank
el centro
downtown
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Abase
Adverse
Affluent
Jubilant
to lower in rank, dignity, or reputation
not favorable; hostile; in an opposite direction
having plenty of money, property, or possesions
full of joyful exaltation; rejoicing
Abase
to lower in rank, dignity, or reputation
Adverse
not favorable; hostile; in an opposite direction
70 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Mood
Tone
Connotation
Pretentious
The atmosphere or presominant emotion in a literary work. In…
The writer's attitude toward a subject, character, or audience.
The meaning of the word is created through feelings and assoc…
Appearing to have an unrealistically high self image; made to…
Mood
The atmosphere or presominant emotion in a literary work. In…
Tone
The writer's attitude toward a subject, character, or audience.
Daniel Jackson Pre Ap English 10th 3A
Fall midterm 2016
Reticence
Ambush
Appropriate
...
The trait of being uncommunicative.
Concealing yourself and lying in waiting to attack by surprise.
Suitable for a particular reason, place, or situation.
Fall midterm 2016
...
Reticence
The trait of being uncommunicative.
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Appraise
Assess
Defray
Depreciate
To estimate the amount or nature of
To determine the amount of
To pay all or part of the expenses
To lower the estimate of
Appraise
To estimate the amount or nature of
Assess
To determine the amount of
Spanish Pre AP 3A
la comptencia
el esquí acuático
la lucha libre
el golf
competition
water ski
wrestling
golf
la comptencia
competition
el esquí acuático
water ski
16 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Evanescent adj.
Negligible adj.
Incessant adj.
Capitulate v.
Brief, short-lived, or temporary.
Small, insignificant
Continuous, never ending
Surrender, give-up
Evanescent adj.
Brief, short-lived, or temporary.
Negligible adj.
Small, insignificant
74 terms
Pre-AP English Sophomore Vocabulary
Abstracted
Adulation
Adversity
Burgeon
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
Extreme praise or admiration
Misfortune, unfavorable happening
To sprout, to newly emerge
Abstracted
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
Adulation
Extreme praise or admiration
100 terms
Pre-ap English Vocabulary
benediction
benefactor
beneficiary
benevolence
an expression of good wishes
A person who gives friendly aid
One who benefits from something
kindness, generosity, charity
benediction
an expression of good wishes
benefactor
A person who gives friendly aid
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Syncronized: ... Sync -
Synchronized:... Chron -
Dictating:... Dict -
Cognizant:
With
Time
Say or speak
Aware
Syncronized: ... Sync -
With
Synchronized:... Chron -
Time
30 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Importune
Dawdle
Elate
Barefaced
Beg persistently and urgently
Hang or fall in movement progress development etc.
Fill with high spirits
With no effort to conceal
Importune
Beg persistently and urgently
Dawdle
Hang or fall in movement progress development etc.
Pre-AP English 2 Vocabulary Words
Ameliorate... (Definition)
Ameliorate ... (Part of Speech)
Ameliorate ... (Synonyms)
Ameliorate ... (Antonyms)
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Verb
Amend, Better
Worsen, Aggravate
Ameliorate... (Definition)
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Ameliorate ... (Part of Speech)
Verb
10 terms
Pre Ap English vocabulary
Amiable
Malicious
Abhorrence
Traipse
Having friendly or pleasent manner
Doing mean things for pleasure
A strong dislike
To walk or wander about
Amiable
Having friendly or pleasent manner
Malicious
Doing mean things for pleasure
20 terms
Pre AP English vocabulary
Adieu
Advent
Apex
Assimilate
(n) a farewell
(n)an arrival; a coming into a place or view
(n) the highest point,tip
(v) to absorb fully; to adopt as ones own; to adapt fully
Adieu
(n) a farewell
Advent
(n)an arrival; a coming into a place or view
272 terms
Vocabulary for Pre-AP English !!
LIT
Literate
Illiterate
Literacy
Letters and words
You can read and write
You can't read or write
Ability to read and write
LIT
Letters and words
Literate
You can read and write
70 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Mood
Tone
Connotation
Pretentious
The atmosphere or presominant emotion in a literary work. In…
The writer's attitude toward a subject, character, or audience.
The meaning of the word is created through feelings and assoc…
Appearing to have an unrealistically high self image; made to…
Mood
The atmosphere or presominant emotion in a literary work. In…
Tone
The writer's attitude toward a subject, character, or audience.
10 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Personification
Alliteration
Rhyme
Ode
a technique that gives human traits to something that is nonh…
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
using words whose endings sound alike
a lyric poem about an important or memorable event, person, o…
Personification
a technique that gives human traits to something that is nonh…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
24 terms
Pre-ap English vocabulary
Aplomb
Ameliorate
Bombastic
Drivel
Self-confidence or assurance, poise
To make something or become better more bearable,to improve
Pompous or overblown in language
Silly nonsense, foolish aimless
Aplomb
Self-confidence or assurance, poise
Ameliorate
To make something or become better more bearable,to improve
Vocabulary for Pre- AP English
Auto (Greek)
Biblio (Greek)
Dic, Dict (Latin)
Graph (Greek)
Definition: Self... Example Word: Autocrat- one person with comp…
Definition: book ... Example Word: Bibliography- a list of writt…
Definition: Speak... Example Words: Dictate- to speak or read fo…
Definition: write ... Example Word: autograph- a signature writt…
Auto (Greek)
Definition: Self... Example Word: Autocrat- one person with comp…
Biblio (Greek)
Definition: book ... Example Word: Bibliography- a list of writt…
8 terms
Pre Ap English Vocabulary
Amass
Disseminate
Disgress
Laud
To accumulate, collect
To disperse or spread everywhere
To wander of course
To praise
Amass
To accumulate, collect
Disseminate
To disperse or spread everywhere
Vocabulary for Pre AP English
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
A bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
Careful, Cautious
Admonish
To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
Breach
An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
PreAP English Vocabulary
Amid
Ballast
Meager
Sextant
in the middle of; surrounded by; among
heavy material (such as rocks or water) that is put on a ship…
very small or too small in amount
instrument used by navigators to measure the position of the…
Amid
in the middle of; surrounded by; among
Ballast
heavy material (such as rocks or water) that is put on a ship…
Pre-Ap English Vocabulary
Astute
Duress
Imperturbable
Innate
keen in judgment
constraint by threat; coercion
not easily disturbed; unshakable; calm
possessed from birth; inborn; unherent
Astute
keen in judgment
Duress
constraint by threat; coercion
Vocabulary Pre-AP English
ANTHROP
ARCH
CEDE, CESS, CEED
CLAR
Man, Human
Ruler, 1st
Move, Go
Clear
ANTHROP
Man, Human
ARCH
Ruler, 1st
Pre-Ap English vocabulary
Perfidious
Kismet
Emolument
Mellifluous
Untrustworthy
Fate or destiny
Money
Smooth flowing
Perfidious
Untrustworthy
Kismet
Fate or destiny
56 terms
English Pre-AP Vocabularies
Tone
Dramatic (irony)
Syntax
Connotation
the attitude a writer takes toward a subject, a character, or…
the audience/reader knows something important that a characte…
arrangement of words and the order of grammar elements in a s…
meanings, association, or emotions that a word suggests
Tone
the attitude a writer takes toward a subject, a character, or…
Dramatic (irony)
the audience/reader knows something important that a characte…
10 terms
Pre-AP English vocabulary
Embodies
Odyssey
Litany
Incantation
Conveys the impression of; represents
Extended journey marked by wandering, adventure, abd changes…
Repetitive prayer or recitation
Chant of words or phrases that is meant to produce a magical…
Embodies
Conveys the impression of; represents
Odyssey
Extended journey marked by wandering, adventure, abd changes…
11 terms
Pre-AP English vocabulary
Receding
Disarming
Prolonged
Imprudent
Becoming more distant
Removing or lessening suspicions or fears
Extended
Unwise
Receding
Becoming more distant
Disarming
Removing or lessening suspicions or fears
40 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Abstruse
Archaic
Assuage
Contentious
difficult to understand
old
to ease
stirring controversy
Abstruse
difficult to understand
Archaic
old
14 terms
Pre-AP English vocabulary
Incessantly
Disconsolate
Vexation
Pauper
Constantly; continually
Causing sadness or depression; also, very unhappy
Disturbance; distress
Very poor person
Incessantly
Constantly; continually
Disconsolate
Causing sadness or depression; also, very unhappy
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Acronym
Affix
Coinage
Colloquial
Oh word formed from the initial letters of my name by combini…
A word elements such as a prefix or suffix that is attached t…
The invention of new words
Informal and style of expression
Acronym
Oh word formed from the initial letters of my name by combini…
Affix
A word elements such as a prefix or suffix that is attached t…
13 terms
PreAp English Vocabulary
ad hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
An argument made that (a.) appeals to a person's feelings or…
A story in which objects, characters, and actions are symbols…
The repetition of initial sounds. Ex: The fair breeze blew, t…
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
ad hominem
An argument made that (a.) appeals to a person's feelings or…
Allegory
A story in which objects, characters, and actions are symbols…
10 terms
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Emulate
Grisly
Malleable
Renounced
Try to copy, be as good as
Unappealing
Moldable, adaptable
To give up formally , take away
Emulate
Try to copy, be as good as
Grisly
Unappealing
85 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstract…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Reference to another work or famous figure
Comparison between two things to show how alike they are
Allegory
Narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstract…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
able to use both hands equally well, very skillful; deceitful…
to make larger, increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well, very skillful; deceitful…
55 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Bereft
Stolid
Assuage
Innuendo
(adj.) - deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
(adj.) - not easily moved mentally or emotionally; dull, unre…
(v.) - to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to…
(n.) - a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a…
Bereft
(adj.) - deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
Stolid
(adj.) - not easily moved mentally or emotionally; dull, unre…
Pre-AP English Vocabulary
Sarcasm
Satire
Synthesis
Rhetorical Appeal
a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark
a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human fol…
the combining of the constituent elements of separate materia…
Ethos, pathos, logos
Sarcasm
a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark
Satire
a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human fol…
89 terms
Vocabulary Pre-AP English
pretentious
gullible
convivial
discreet
making ridiculous claims
easily deceived
fond of partying, festive
sneaky, unnoticeable
pretentious
making ridiculous claims
gullible
easily deceived
25 terms
Pre AP English vocabulary
Engender
Vitiate
Pacify
Dearth
Cause to exist
Make impure
Calm someone down
Lack
Engender
Cause to exist
Vitiate
Make impure
Pre AP English Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Detriment
Impediment
Indolent
( v) To become or make better/ to improve or enhance
(n) injury or damage
(n) Something that obstructs/ an obstacle
(adj) lazy
Ameliorate
( v) To become or make better/ to improve or enhance
Detriment
(n) injury or damage
12 terms
Pre-AP English II--Vocabulary 3.1
diligent
divulge
duplicity
elicit
constant in effort to accomplish something; attentive and per…
to disclose or reveal (something private, secret, or previous…
deceitfulness in speech or conduct; speaking or acting in two…
to draw or bring out or forth; evoke
diligent
constant in effort to accomplish something; attentive and per…
divulge
to disclose or reveal (something private, secret, or previous…
19 terms
English Pre-Ap vocabulary
Adjourn
Alien
Compensate
Dissolute
To stop proceedings temporaily
Foreign;strange
To make up
Loose in one's morals or behavior
Adjourn
To stop proceedings temporaily
Alien
Foreign;strange
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