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English Fall Vocabulary #3
Abash
Barrister
Caliber
Deficient
(v).... 1. To make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert... Synonyms: emba…
(n). ... 1. (Law) A lawyer who has been called to the bar and is…
(n).... 1. The diameter of the inside of a round cylinder, such…
(adj). ... 1. Lacking an essential quality or element... 2. Inadequ…
Abash
(v).... 1. To make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert... Synonyms: emba…
Barrister
(n). ... 1. (Law) A lawyer who has been called to the bar and is…
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English 3 fall vocabulary
indefinite pronoun
context clues
fiction
flashback
word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
a way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
a genre of literature that is not a true story but in the aut…
a break in the narrative order of the story to show a scene t…
indefinite pronoun
word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
context clues
a way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
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English (Set 3 Vocabulary)(Fall)
Agoraphobia
Acro
Polis
Parthos
fear of crowds
high
city
virgin
Agoraphobia
fear of crowds
Acro
high
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English 3 Vocabulary Sentences Fall
ostracize
privilege
latter
innumerable
The team _____(ed) me the whole way back on the train.
I had the _____ of meeting your mother and father when they h…
The _____, as we all know, is the largest continent in the Ea…
Modern science would like to know the ingredients used by Egy…
ostracize
The team _____(ed) me the whole way back on the train.
privilege
I had the _____ of meeting your mother and father when they h…
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English 3 Vocabulary Definitions Fall
ostracize
privilege
latter
innumerable
to expel from a community or group
a special benefit or advantage not enjoyed by all
referring to the second of two things mentioned
too numerous to be counted
ostracize
to expel from a community or group
privilege
a special benefit or advantage not enjoyed by all
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FC English 3 Fall Vocabulary
Indefinite Pronoun
Context Clue
Fiction
Flashback
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
A genre of literature that is NOT a true story but instead ha…
A break in the narrative order of the story to show a scene t…
Indefinite Pronoun
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
Context Clue
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
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FC English 3 Fall Vocabulary
Indefinite Pronoun
Context Clue
Fiction
Flashback
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
A genre of literature that is NOT a true story but instead ha…
A break in the narrative order of the story to show a scene t…
Indefinite Pronoun
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
Context Clue
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
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English 3 Vocabulary (Fall)-(Spring)
Demo
Duc, duct
Flect, flex
Graph, gram
People
Lead, conduct
To bend
Write, record
Demo
People
Duc, duct
Lead, conduct
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FC English 3 Fall Vocabulary
Indefinite Pronoun
Context Clue
Fiction
Flashback
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
A genre of literature that is NOT a true story but instead ha…
A break in the narrative order of the story to show a scene t…
Indefinite Pronoun
A word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
Context Clue
A way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
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English III Vocabulary List #3, Fall 2015
denounce
dissuade
altercation
adversary
to condemn or criticize
to talk someone out of doing something
a heated argument
an opponent
denounce
to condemn or criticize
dissuade
to talk someone out of doing something
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English 3 Fall Semester Vocabulary
Ancillary
Cogent
Deleterious
Feckless
second or lesser importance, providing support or support dut…
convincing, compelling for intellectual reasons
having harmful or damaging effect on someone or something
unable or unwilling to do anything useful
Ancillary
second or lesser importance, providing support or support dut…
Cogent
convincing, compelling for intellectual reasons
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Reg. English 3 Fall Final Vocabulary
abyss
adherent
adversity
alludes
A deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity
a follower of a leader; supporter
Hardship; misfortune
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at
abyss
A deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity
adherent
a follower of a leader; supporter
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English 3 "Fall of the House of Usher" vocabulary
Sedges
Sublime
Lurid
Acute
N. Grasslike plants
Adj. lofty or grand
Adj. Gruesome or excessively vivid; sensational, shocking, un…
Adj. Severe
Sedges
N. Grasslike plants
Sublime
Adj. lofty or grand
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English II/Creative Writing Vocabulary List #3 Fall 2016
incomprehensible
cynic
bland
pessimistic
impossible to understand
someone who believes that people are corrupt and selfish
dull and plain
negative; having a negative outlook on things
incomprehensible
impossible to understand
cynic
someone who believes that people are corrupt and selfish
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English Vocabulary Fall 2015: Definitions (pt. 3)
ubiquitous
audacity
tumultuous
kerfuffle
present, appearing, or found everywhere
the willingness to take bold risks; rude or disrespectful beh…
full of tumult and riotousness, marked by disturbance and upr…
comotion, a fuss
ubiquitous
present, appearing, or found everywhere
audacity
the willingness to take bold risks; rude or disrespectful beh…
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English 2 week 3 fall vocabulary Branch
Combustible... (adj)
Exhaustible... (adj)
Imperturbable... (adj)
Impracticable... (adj)
Able to catch or be set on fire and burn easily; inflammable;…
Capable of being used up completely
Incapable of being agitated or disturb; not he's excited; cal…
Incapable of being put into practice; unworkable; impractical…
Combustible... (adj)
Able to catch or be set on fire and burn easily; inflammable;…
Exhaustible... (adj)
Capable of being used up completely
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English II/Creative Writing Vocabulary List #3, Fall 2015
incongruities
protagonist
accentuate
allegory
differences
the main character, normally a "good" character
to highlight or spotlight; to point out
story in which the characters, settings, and actions are used…
incongruities
differences
protagonist
the main character, normally a "good" character
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English 3-4 vocabulary fall semester final
Banal
Carping
Coherent
Germane
Hackneyed, common place... S- stale, Insipid... A- fresh, Novel, Or…
Tending to find fault; petty nagging criticism ... S- not-pickin…
Holding or sticking together, comprehensible... S-connected, uni…
Relevant, appropriate ... S- pertinent... A- irrelevant, inappropri…
Banal
Hackneyed, common place... S- stale, Insipid... A- fresh, Novel, Or…
Carping
Tending to find fault; petty nagging criticism ... S- not-pickin…
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English Vocabulary List #3 (Things Fall Apart)
Restrained
Wherewithal
Irreparable
Flourish
Characterized by moderation of self control
The ability, means or supplies to accomplish something
Not able to be corrected or repaired
Grow well; prosper; decorate with ornaments
Restrained
Characterized by moderation of self control
Wherewithal
The ability, means or supplies to accomplish something
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English Fall Exam Vocabulary
loquacious
circumlocution
colloquy
colloquial
--talkative... —ADJ... --loqui + cious (adjective ending)... --Ex: My…
--a roundabout expression... —Noun... --circum (around) + loqui (to…
--A colloquy is usually a formal conference.... —Noun... --Literall…
--Colloquial language is informal language.... —ADJ... --Colloquial…
loquacious
--talkative... —ADJ... --loqui + cious (adjective ending)... --Ex: My…
circumlocution
--a roundabout expression... —Noun... --circum (around) + loqui (to…
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English II ACC fall unit 3 vocabulary
Adroit
Braggart
Cynic
Dingy
Skillful nimble practives able
Bragger boaster show off
Pessimist skeptic doubter
Dirty discolored dull
Adroit
Skillful nimble practives able
Braggart
Bragger boaster show off
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Honors English 9 Vocabulary : Fall (List #3)
Acrimonious
Admonish
Alacrity
Belligerent
(adj.) caustic, biting, or rancorous, especially in feeling,…
(v.) to warn; to rebuke; to censure; to reprove with mildness
(n.) promptness in response; cheerful readiness or willingnes…
(adj.) hostile; addicted to war; warlike; threatening
Acrimonious
(adj.) caustic, biting, or rancorous, especially in feeling,…
Admonish
(v.) to warn; to rebuke; to censure; to reprove with mildness
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Fall Unit 3 Vocabulary - English II Honors
Adroit
Braggart
Cynic
Dingy
Displaying physical or mental skill
Someone who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about hi…
A person who believes that people's motives are always selfish
Dirty and in bad condition; lacking light in a gloomy and unp…
Adroit
Displaying physical or mental skill
Braggart
Someone who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about hi…
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English II Accelerated - Fall Unit 3 Vocabulary
adroit
braggart
cynic
dingy
displaying physical or mental skill ... (skillful, nimble, pract…
somebody who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about h…
a person who believes that only selfishness motivated human a…
dirty and in bad condition; lacking light in a gloomy and unp…
adroit
displaying physical or mental skill ... (skillful, nimble, pract…
braggart
somebody who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about h…
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English 3 AP Fall Final Vocabulary
Acquisitive
Banal
Cacophonous
Celerity
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace
(adj.) harsh-sounding, raucous, discordant, dissonant
(n.) swiftness, rapidity of motion or action
Acquisitive
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
Banal
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace
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English 3 Fall Term Exam Vocabulary
encomium
coherent
belabor
eschew
a formal expression of high praise; eulogy
logically connected; consistent
to explain, worry about, or work at (something) repeatedly or…
to keep away from; shun; avoid
encomium
a formal expression of high praise; eulogy
coherent
logically connected; consistent
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English 3 Fall Final
spherical
resilient
volition
intransigent
having the form of a sphere; globular
able to return to original form after being bent, compressed…
conscious choice; will; determination
uncompromising
spherical
having the form of a sphere; globular
resilient
able to return to original form after being bent, compressed…
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English II Excelerated- Fall Unit 3 Vocabulary
Adroit
Braggart
Cynic
Dingy
. displaying physical or mental skill. ... Skillful. Nimble. Pra…
Somebody who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about h…
A person who believes that only selfishness motivates human a…
. dirty in bad condition:lacking light in a gloomy & unpleasa…
Adroit
. displaying physical or mental skill. ... Skillful. Nimble. Pra…
Braggart
Somebody who talks immodestly or with excessive pride about h…
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AP English 3 Fall Semester Exam Vocabulary
Abstractions
Alderman
Alliteration
Apocryphal
A word or phrase that refers to a concept or state of being
A member of a municipal legislative body, who usually exercis…
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
of questionable authority or authenticity
Abstractions
A word or phrase that refers to a concept or state of being
Alderman
A member of a municipal legislative body, who usually exercis…
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AP English 3 Fall Semester Exam Vocabulary
Paradox
Linguist
Scylla
Charybdis
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or opposed…
One who studies the structure, sounds, and meaning of language.
6 headed monster with rows of serrated teeth. Lives near Char…
Monster in the form of a giant whirlpool.
Paradox
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or opposed…
Linguist
One who studies the structure, sounds, and meaning of language.
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English 3 Fall Final
setting
internal conflict:
plot:
theme
the time and place of a story
conflict experienced within a character
sequence of related events
a central message
setting
the time and place of a story
internal conflict:
conflict experienced within a character
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Fall Vocabulary List #3
charlatan
corroborate
disseminate
diverge
a fake; a person who falsely claims to have some special skil…
to confirm; provide proof of
to spread or scatter widely; distribute
to branch off in different directions; to become different
charlatan
a fake; a person who falsely claims to have some special skil…
corroborate
to confirm; provide proof of
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English Fall Vocabulary
adversary
headway
ominous
banish
An enemy or opponent
Progress in moving forward
Menacing or threatening
to drive away; to expel
adversary
An enemy or opponent
headway
Progress in moving forward
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English Fall Vocabulary
adversary
headway
ominous
banish
An enemy or opponent
Progress in moving forward
Menacing or threatening
to drive away; to expel
adversary
An enemy or opponent
headway
Progress in moving forward
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English Fall Exam Vocabulary (pt 3)
aesthetic
pithy
contemptuous
appease
adj. having to do with artistic beauty
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
lacking respect; scornful
to make tranquil or quiet, especially by giving into another'…
aesthetic
adj. having to do with artistic beauty
pithy
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
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Vocabulary Week #3 - Fall
antagonism
antithesis
apocryphal
arduous
active hostility... (n.) hostility (Superman and Bizarro Superma…
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
(adj.) fictitious, false, wrong (Because I am standing before…
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
antagonism
active hostility... (n.) hostility (Superman and Bizarro Superma…
antithesis
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
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English III: Fall Vocabulary
Indefinite pronoun
Context Clues
Fiction
Genre
word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
a way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
a genre of literature that is NOT a true story but instead ha…
a category or type of literature
Indefinite pronoun
word that replaces a noun and has no stated antecedent
Context Clues
a way to determine the meaning of a word or phrase by looking…
English Fall Vocab 3
conveyance
resonant
exasperated
anteroom
n. a means of transporting, especially a vehicle, as a bus, a…
adj. echoing or sustaining a sound or image or feeling
adj. to irritate or provoke to a high degree; to annoy extrem…
n. a waiting room
conveyance
n. a means of transporting, especially a vehicle, as a bus, a…
resonant
adj. echoing or sustaining a sound or image or feeling
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Serra English Vocabulary Fall Junior Final 3
commiserate
enjoin
expiate
interloper
(v.) to sympathize with, have pity or sorrow for, share a fee…
(v.) to direct or order; to prescribe a course of action in a…
To make amends, make up for; to avert... the boy was ready to __…
(n.) one who moves in where he or she is not wanted or has no…
commiserate
(v.) to sympathize with, have pity or sorrow for, share a fee…
enjoin
(v.) to direct or order; to prescribe a course of action in a…
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MooreEnglish - Fall Vocabulary
Annihilate
Paramount
Irrevocable
Recoil
Definition: destroy utterly; obliterate
Definition: more important than anything else
Definition: not able to be changed, reversed, or recovered; f…
Definition: suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror or…
Annihilate
Definition: destroy utterly; obliterate
Paramount
Definition: more important than anything else
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Vocabulary for English 1 Fall Final
eradicate
meander
havoc
dexterity
(v.) to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
(v.) to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without…
(n.) destruction; devastation
(n.) skillfulness; expertness; talent
eradicate
(v.) to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
meander
(v.) to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without…
56 terms
English 3 Fall Exam
Ecclesiastic
Summoner's job
Cuckold
Misogyny
church related
summons sinners to Ecclesiastical courts
man whose wife has cheated on him
disdain for women
Ecclesiastic
church related
Summoner's job
summons sinners to Ecclesiastical courts
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English Things Fall Apart Parts 2 & 3 Chapter Vocabulary
Okonkwo
Abame
Mr. Brown
District Commissioner
main character. Resistant to change; suicides self at end aft…
village destroyed for killing a white man. Tied his bicycle t…
the first white missionary in Umuofia. Treated Africans and t…
head of the civil white government. Had six of the most respe…
Okonkwo
main character. Resistant to change; suicides self at end aft…
Abame
village destroyed for killing a white man. Tied his bicycle t…
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Week 3 Fall Vocabulary
Bias
Conceive
Contradict
Contrary
a tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are bett…
to think of or create (something) in the mind... Syn: create, or…
to deny or disagree with what is being said by (someone)... Syn:…
exactly opposite to something else : entirely different from…
Bias
a tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are bett…
Conceive
to think of or create (something) in the mind... Syn: create, or…
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Fall Semester: English 3 Vocabulary: Unit 1; Week 1-3
Corpulent
Emaciated
Slovenly
Amoral
adj. - large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat
adj./v. - abnormally thin by a gradual wasting away of flesh…
adv. - in an untidy, careless, or slipshod manner; bedraggled…
adj. - not involving questions of right or wrong; without mor…
Corpulent
adj. - large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat
Emaciated
adj./v. - abnormally thin by a gradual wasting away of flesh…
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English 1 EP Fall Exam Vocabulary (3 of 3)
Monogamy
Polygamy
Monosyllabic
Polysyllabic
N. Marriage with one mate at a time
N. Marriage to several people at the same time
Adj. Having one syllable
Adj. Having more than three syllables
Monogamy
N. Marriage with one mate at a time
Polygamy
N. Marriage to several people at the same time
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English 3 Unit 3 Fall 2015
Aesthetic
Catalyst
Denunciation
Embellish
artistic; showing an appreciation of beauty in art or nature
someone or something that brings about change
expression of strong disapproval made publically
to exaggerate; to decorate
Aesthetic
artistic; showing an appreciation of beauty in art or nature
Catalyst
someone or something that brings about change
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English 2EP Fall Exam Vocabulary
brevity
arrogant
allay
animosity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing ... For the sake o…
overbearing; proud; haughty ... Peter's _______ce annoyed his cl…
to lessen fear; to calm; to relieve pain ... An SAT prep course…
hatred; ill will ... So much _________ grew between Mark and Mik…
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing ... For the sake o…
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty ... Peter's _______ce annoyed his cl…
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English Fall Exam Vocabulary
Confer
contentious
dictum
entail
to discuss
heated (like in an argument)
authoritative dicision
work detail entails raking leaves and setting the tables
Confer
to discuss
contentious
heated (like in an argument)
Things Fall Apart Vocabulary 3
inadvertent
affirmed
deceit
derisive
adj. without intention (especially resulting from heedless ac…
v. to state or assert positively; proved
n. a misleading falsehood
adj. expressing contempt or ridicule; mocking
inadvertent
adj. without intention (especially resulting from heedless ac…
affirmed
v. to state or assert positively; proved
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