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English Literature Vocabulary 6
Fetter
Entreat
Liege
Vouchsafe
Adj. chain or shackle for ankles or feet
V. Ask for or request earnestly
V. Feudal lord entitled to allegiance and service
V. Grant in a condescending manner
Fetter
Adj. chain or shackle for ankles or feet
Entreat
V. Ask for or request earnestly
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Vocabu-Lit Lesson 6 Vocabulary
far from realistic; fanciful; implausa…
a person who has escaped; especially t…
a pause between two sounds; a break in…
on every occasion; always
fantastic
fugitive
interval
invariably
far from realistic; fanciful; implausa…
fantastic
a person who has escaped; especially t…
fugitive
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AP English Literature Vocabulary #6
Caustic
Erudite
Patronize
Sardonic
Sarcastic in a scatging and bitter way
Having or showing great knowledge or learning
Treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
Disdainfully or ironically humorous
Caustic
Sarcastic in a scatging and bitter way
Erudite
Having or showing great knowledge or learning
English I - Literature Vocabulary #6
embark
embody
emit
endeavor
(1) go aboard ~ (2) begin a journey
make real, give form to, or include; represent
send out
try
embark
(1) go aboard ~ (2) begin a journey
embody
make real, give form to, or include; represent
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English 9 Vocabu-Lit Level 1 - Lesson 6
commission
establish
estimate
headlong
a group of people given a certain task to complete; committee
to set up; to begin
an educated guess; approximate value
carelessly; brashly; recklessly; with force
commission
a group of people given a certain task to complete; committee
establish
to set up; to begin
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English and Literature Vocabulary Term 6
Inane
Gregarious
Impervious
Heinous
Silly or foolish
Super sociable or friendly
Not affected by
Evil
Inane
Silly or foolish
Gregarious
Super sociable or friendly
AP English Literature Vocabulary #6
Caustic
Erudite
Patronize
Sardonic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
having or showing great knowledge or learning
treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
disdainfully or ironically humorous
Caustic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
Erudite
having or showing great knowledge or learning
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AP ENGLISH LITERATURE VOCABULARY #6
Caustic
Erudite
Patronize
Sardonic
Sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
Having or showing great knowledge or learning
Treat with with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling o…
Disdainfully or ironically humorous
Caustic
Sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
Erudite
Having or showing great knowledge or learning
AP English literature: vocabulary 6
Supplicate
Disquiet
Obtrude
Indisposition
To beg earnestly, to implore.
A feeling of anxiety or unease; to make someone anxious.
To become imposing or force something that is unwelcome.
Mild illness; reluctance.
Supplicate
To beg earnestly, to implore.
Disquiet
A feeling of anxiety or unease; to make someone anxious.
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English 12 Literature Vocabulary Unit 6
abate
accrue
adulation
annotation
(v.) to make less in amount, degree; to subside; to nullify... S…
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive... SYNONYM: idolizatio…
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
abate
(v.) to make less in amount, degree; to subside; to nullify... S…
accrue
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
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AP English Literature: Vocabulary List 6
adulation
censure
dissemble
dissimulation
(n.) excessive admiration or praise.
(v.) express severe disapproval of (someone or something), es…
(v.) conceal or disguise one's true feelings or beliefs
(n.) concealment of one's thoughts, feelings, or character
adulation
(n.) excessive admiration or praise.
censure
(v.) express severe disapproval of (someone or something), es…
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AP English Literature Vocabulary List #6
florid
floridness
flout
foment
red-colored, flushed, gaudy, ornate
ruddiness, ornateness
to reject, mock, go against (as in going against tradition or…
to stir up, arouse, incite
florid
red-colored, flushed, gaudy, ornate
floridness
ruddiness, ornateness
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Vocabu-lit Lesson 7
Curious
Grim
Grimy
Imprecation
strange; rare; unusual
unyielding; stern; harsh and forbidding; fierce
deeply soiled; dirty
a curse or oath
Curious
strange; rare; unusual
Grim
unyielding; stern; harsh and forbidding; fierce
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English - Bredar, Pd.6, Vocabu - Lit, lesson 1
Admonition
Disciplinarian
Economy
Exceed
Counsel, advice, or caution.
Someone who enforces strict discipline.
A system by which goods and services are produced and distrib…
To go beyond, as in measure, quality, value, action, power, s…
Admonition
Counsel, advice, or caution.
Disciplinarian
Someone who enforces strict discipline.
AP English Literature and Composition Tone Vocabulary 6
Bristled
Credulous
Enervated
Inane
annoyed, irritated
gullible, trusting
languid, lethargic
ridiculous, mindless
Bristled
annoyed, irritated
Credulous
gullible, trusting
AP English Literature List 6 Vocabulary
Adulation
Censure
Dissemble
Dissimulation
excessive or slavish admiration or flattery (noun)
official strong criticism (noun)
to hide your true feelings, opinions, etc... (verb)
concealment of one's thoughts, feelings, or character (noun)
Adulation
excessive or slavish admiration or flattery (noun)
Censure
official strong criticism (noun)
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AP English Literature Vocabulary Week #6
caustic
erudite
patronize
sardonic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
having or showing great knowledge or learning
treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
disdainfully or ironically humorous
caustic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
erudite
having or showing great knowledge or learning
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Language Arts Vocabu-Lit (Vocabulary in Literature) Lesson Four
(31) bond (n.)
(32) clangor (n.)
(33) diffident (adj.)
(34) ecstasy (n.)
a force or influence that holds people or things together
a harsh, ringing, metallic sound; a clang
lacking confidence in oneself; timid; shy
overpowering emotion, especially joy, which carries one beyon…
(31) bond (n.)
a force or influence that holds people or things together
(32) clangor (n.)
a harsh, ringing, metallic sound; a clang
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AP English Literature Vocabulary Terms List 6
Adulation
Censure
Dissemble
Dissimilation
excessive devotion to someone; servile flattery.
strong or vehement expression of disapproval; an official rep…
to give a false or misleading appearance to; conceal the trut…
the act of making or becoming unlike; (of phonetics) the proc…
Adulation
excessive devotion to someone; servile flattery.
Censure
strong or vehement expression of disapproval; an official rep…
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Language Arts Vocabu-Lit (Vocabulary in Literature) Lesson Two
(11) aggravate (v.)
(12) bellow (v.)
(13) hardhearted (adj.)
(14) inclined (adj.)
to irritate or annoy
to utter with a deep, loud voice; to roar
unfeeling; cruel; pitiless; merciless
having a tendency; likely to do something
(11) aggravate (v.)
to irritate or annoy
(12) bellow (v.)
to utter with a deep, loud voice; to roar
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Language Arts Vocabu-Lit (Vocabulary in Literature) Lesson Three
(21) affliction (n.)
(22) compassion (n.)
(23) despise (v.)
(24) dungeon (n.)
a source of continued physical or mental pain
sorrow or pity for the suffering of another; sympathy
to look upon with contempt; to scorn
a dark prison, usually underground
(21) affliction (n.)
a source of continued physical or mental pain
(22) compassion (n.)
sorrow or pity for the suffering of another; sympathy
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Language Arts Vocabu-Lit (Vocabulary in Literature) Lesson One
(1) conceal (v.)
(2) dash (v.)
(3) drawback (n.)
(4) imp (n.)
to hide from view or to keep it a secret
to throw violently, especially so as to break to pieces
an unfavorable condition; a disadvantage or shortcoming
an evil spirit
(1) conceal (v.)
to hide from view or to keep it a secret
(2) dash (v.)
to throw violently, especially so as to break to pieces
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Language Arts Vocabu-Lit (Vocabulary in Literature) Lesson Five
(41) agitation (n.)
(42) avalanche (n.)
(43) bough (n.)
(44) capsize (v.)
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc., which suddenly…
a branch of a tree, especially a large branch
to overturn or upset
(41) agitation (n.)
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
(42) avalanche (n.)
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc., which suddenly…
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Vocabu-Lit. Lesson 6 and "The Last Battle" Vocabulary
panniers
sapient
perilous
rive
n. a basket often carried on the back of an animal or the sho…
adj. wise or sagacious; having or showing great wisdom or sou…
adj. hazardous; dangerous... synonym: hazardous... antonym: safe
v. to tear or to rip something apart... synonym: sever
panniers
n. a basket often carried on the back of an animal or the sho…
sapient
adj. wise or sagacious; having or showing great wisdom or sou…
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English Literature Vocabulary
Adage
Allegory
Alliteration
Allus
old saying; proverb
symbolic story
repetition of the initial sounds in words (eg., Peter Piper p…
subtle reference
Adage
old saying; proverb
Allegory
symbolic story
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English Literature Quiz 6
Duncan
Sleepwalking
Daggers
Lady Macbeth
the king of Scotland at the beginning of the play
is the action showing Lady Macbeth guilty
are in men's smiles according to Donalbain
said," Look like th' innocent flower,/But be the serpent unde…
Duncan
the king of Scotland at the beginning of the play
Sleepwalking
is the action showing Lady Macbeth guilty
Literature in English #6
Aldous Huxley
Mr. Hyde
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Iago
-An English author of the 20th century best known for Brave N…
-The vicious side of the personality of Dr. Jekyll in The Str…
-The first line of the poem "Daffodils" by the English poet W…
-The treacherous villain in the play Othello by William Shake…
Aldous Huxley
-An English author of the 20th century best known for Brave N…
Mr. Hyde
-The vicious side of the personality of Dr. Jekyll in The Str…
English Literature Vocabulary Lesson 6 (✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️)
Atheism
Monotheism
Polytheism
Theopathy
Denial of the existence of a god
Belief in one god
Belief in many gods
Intense absorption in religious devotion
Atheism
Denial of the existence of a god
Monotheism
Belief in one god
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AP English Literature Vocabulary set 6
realism
juxtaposition
ancedote
structure
the practice in literature of attempting to describe nature a…
the location of one thing as being adjacent with another; thi…
a brief story or tale told by a character in a piece of liter…
the organization or arrangement of the various elements in a…
realism
the practice in literature of attempting to describe nature a…
juxtaposition
the location of one thing as being adjacent with another; thi…
English Literature Vocabulary Word Parts 6 (✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️)
A- An-
Ab- Abs-
AP-
Be-
not, without
away; off
to, toward, against
intensive
A- An-
not, without
Ab- Abs-
away; off
English 12 Literature Vocabulary Unit 6
abate
adulation
annotation
astute
(v.) to make less in amount, degree; to subside; to nullify... S…
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive... SYNONYM: idolizatio…
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
(adj.) crafty, showing practical wisdom... SYNONYM: shrewd
abate
(v.) to make less in amount, degree; to subside; to nullify... S…
adulation
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive... SYNONYM: idolizatio…
AP English Literature Chapter 6-8 Vocabulary
theme
motif
allegory
symbol
the main idea or larger meaning of a work of literature; may…
an element that recurs significantly throughout a narrative;…
a narrative in which the literal events (persons, places, and…
a person, place, or thing in a narrative that suggests meanin…
theme
the main idea or larger meaning of a work of literature; may…
motif
an element that recurs significantly throughout a narrative;…
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Vocabulary Unit 6- AP English Literature
antihero
archetype
aside
bathos
a protagonist who is lacking one or more of the conventional…
a recurring symbol, character, landscape or event found in my…
In drama, a few words or short passage spoken in an undertone…
In poetry, an unintentional lapse from the sublime to the rid…
antihero
a protagonist who is lacking one or more of the conventional…
archetype
a recurring symbol, character, landscape or event found in my…
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AP English Literature Vocabulary Week 6
caustic
erudite
patronize
sardonic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
having or showing great knowledge or learning
treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
disdainfully or ironically humorous
caustic
sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way
erudite
having or showing great knowledge or learning
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English Literature Vocabulary 6/10/16
Plosive alliteration
In media res
Deixis
Caesura
Alliteration with p
the scene starting in the middle of a conversation
use of words/expressions that are dependent on context
break in the middle of a line
Plosive alliteration
Alliteration with p
In media res
the scene starting in the middle of a conversation
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AP English Literature Vocabulary
foreshadowing
enjambment
pastoral
ode
to hint at or to present an indication of the future beforehand
the continuation of a sentence from one line of a poem to the…
a work that describes the simple life of country folk who liv…
a lyric poem that is somewhat serious in subject and treatmen…
foreshadowing
to hint at or to present an indication of the future beforehand
enjambment
the continuation of a sentence from one line of a poem to the…
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Vocabu-lit Lesson 6
Ambitious
Compounds
Cope
Knobbed
Eager to succeed
Fenced groups of buildings
Maintain; deal with; attempt to overcome
Bumpy
Ambitious
Eager to succeed
Compounds
Fenced groups of buildings
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Vocabu-Lit Lesson 6 & "The Last Battle" Vocabulary
adj. far from realistic; fanciful; imp…
n. a person who has escaped; especiall…
n. a pause between two sounds; a break…
adv. on every occasion; always
fantastic
fugitive
interval
invariably
adj. far from realistic; fanciful; imp…
fantastic
n. a person who has escaped; especiall…
fugitive
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English Literature Vocabulary-Implications in Literature Navigators' Level
accost
apprehensive
bewilder
deluge
approach and speak aggressively to
fearful or uneasy about the future
puzzle, confuse, perplex
flood, overwhelm
accost
approach and speak aggressively to
apprehensive
fearful or uneasy about the future
Literature Vocabulary Unit 6
momentous
default
legitimate
militancy
of great importance
TO FAIL TO ACT... failure to pay back a loan
(adj.) lawful, rightful; reasonable, justifiable
the act of aggressively supporting a political or social caus…
momentous
of great importance
default
TO FAIL TO ACT... failure to pay back a loan
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SAT 6 - Vocabulary - American Literature
camaraderie
canopy
capitulate
carnivore
comradeship; friendship
a covering
to surrender under certain conditions; to give in
a flesh-eating animal
camaraderie
comradeship; friendship
canopy
a covering
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English Literature 6 20 Vocabulary Word for Semester Exam
benefit
commit
considerate
contribution
something helpful
pledge to do
to think about the feelings of others
something that you give
benefit
something helpful
commit
pledge to do
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LA 6 Literature Vocabulary
lagoon
harpoon
reef
expedition
n. a shallow body of water separated from a sea of sandbars o…
n. a spearlike wapon used to hunt large fish
n. a ridge of rocks, sand, or coral near the surface of water
n. a journey with a goal or purpose
lagoon
n. a shallow body of water separated from a sea of sandbars o…
harpoon
n. a spearlike wapon used to hunt large fish
English literature 4/6
Eulogy
Euphemism
Exclamatory sentence
Expletive
A formal speech praising a person who has died
An indirect less offensive way of saying something that us co…
A sentence expressing string feeling usually punctuated with…
An interjection to lend emphasis sometimes a profanity
Eulogy
A formal speech praising a person who has died
Euphemism
An indirect less offensive way of saying something that us co…
English literature 6
Prediction
Exposition
Conflict
Rising action
A forecast
Introductions of characters and basic situation
The story of the problem
Events that increase tension
Prediction
A forecast
Exposition
Introductions of characters and basic situation
english literature vocabulary
alliteration
alliteration
line
metaphor
1. repetition of consonant sounds in the beginning syllables
the wild and wooly walrus wondered what we were when we walke…
in poetry it is similar to a sentence in a paragraph
a way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
alliteration
1. repetition of consonant sounds in the beginning syllables
alliteration
the wild and wooly walrus wondered what we were when we walke…
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American Literature Vocabulary 6
impetuous
irascible
mercurial
pedagogy
(adj.) impulsive
(adj) easily angered
(adj.) rapidly changing
(n.) the science of teaching
impetuous
(adj.) impulsive
irascible
(adj) easily angered
English I Honors - Literature Vocabulary
Characterization
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Protagonist
is the act of creating and developing a character
author directly states a character's traits
author tells what a character looks like, does, and says, as…
main character in a literary work
Characterization
is the act of creating and developing a character
Direct Characterization
author directly states a character's traits
English, Chapter 6- literature
Torture
Cross
Costume
audience
Tortur
Kors
kostyme
publikum
Torture
Tortur
Cross
Kors
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AP English Literature Vocabulary
foreshadowing
enjambment
pastoral
ode
to hint at or to present an indication of the future beforehand
the continuation of a sentence from one line of a poem to the…
a work that describes the simple life of country folk who liv…
a lyric poem that is somewhat serious in subject and treatmen…
foreshadowing
to hint at or to present an indication of the future beforehand
enjambment
the continuation of a sentence from one line of a poem to the…
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