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English Fall Vocabulary #5
Abhor
Barter
Cantankerous
Defile
(v).... 1. To regard with horror or loathing; detest... Synonyms:…
(v).... 1. To trade goods or services without the exchange of mo…
(adj).... 1. I'll-tempered and quarrelsome; disagreeable... 2. Diff…
(v).... 1. To make filthy or dirty; pollute... 2. To debase the pur…
Abhor
(v).... 1. To regard with horror or loathing; detest... Synonyms:…
Barter
(v).... 1. To trade goods or services without the exchange of mo…
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English III Vocabulary List #5, Fall 2016
militant
transitory
incentive
encompass
aggressive in support of a belief or cause; a person prepared…
passing quickly; temporary
motivation or encouragement
to contain or to include
militant
aggressive in support of a belief or cause; a person prepared…
transitory
passing quickly; temporary
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English Fall Vocabulary Week 5
Abhor
Barter
Cantankerous
Defile
to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly…
to trade by exchange of commodities rather than by the use of…
disagreeable to deal with; contentious; peevish
to make foul, dirty, or unclean; pollute; taint; debase
Abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly…
Barter
to trade by exchange of commodities rather than by the use of…
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English (Set 5 Vocabulary)(Fall)
Pathy
Sympathy
Empathy
Pathetic
Disease/suffering
In suffering
Feel the suffering
Person is diseased; mentally ill
Pathy
Disease/suffering
Sympathy
In suffering
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Vocabulary List #5 English III Fall 2015
audacious
affinity
efficacious
rationalize
bold and insolent
a natural attraction to or for
efficient at producing a desired effect; effective
to explain
audacious
bold and insolent
affinity
a natural attraction to or for
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English II/Creative Writing Vocabulary List #5, Fall 2016
supplication
frustrate
procrastinate
peremptory
the act of asking humbly and earnestly
to prevent from accomplishing; to cause to feel discouraged
to put off or delay
arrogant; allowing no refusal or denial; absolute
supplication
the act of asking humbly and earnestly
frustrate
to prevent from accomplishing; to cause to feel discouraged
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Honors English III - Vocabulary Fall List 5
Adherent
Blatant
Charisma
Clique
(Adj.) Sticking; clinging; attached or joined, though normall…
(Adj.) Clamorous; noisy; offensively obtrusive; coarse
(N) Special personal magnetism that makes an individual excep…
(N) A small, exclusive group of people
Adherent
(Adj.) Sticking; clinging; attached or joined, though normall…
Blatant
(Adj.) Clamorous; noisy; offensively obtrusive; coarse
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Honors English 9 Vocabulary: (Fall) List #5
Cognizant
Effigy
Exacerbate
Flout (v.)
(adj.) informed; having knowledge of something; aware
(n.) a copy; image, likeness; the image or likeness of a pers…
(v.) to irritate; to exasperate; to annoy; to embitter; to ma…
to mock; to insult; to treat with contempt; to scorn
Cognizant
(adj.) informed; having knowledge of something; aware
Effigy
(n.) a copy; image, likeness; the image or likeness of a pers…
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English II Accelerated - Fall Unit 5 Vocabulary
haughtiness
plethora
blithe
crepuscular
an appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and dis…
a large or excessive amount of something... (overabundance, supe…
carefree and joyous in disposition; showing a lack of care or…
relating to or resembling twilight; occurring or active durin…
haughtiness
an appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and dis…
plethora
a large or excessive amount of something... (overabundance, supe…
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Week 5 Fall Vocabulary
Acquire
Affect
Aspects
complex
to gain (a new skill, ability, etc.) usually by your own effo…
to do something that produces a change in someone or somethin…
one part of a situation, plan or subject... Syn: point of view,…
has a lot of parts and is difficult to understand ... Syn: compl…
Acquire
to gain (a new skill, ability, etc.) usually by your own effo…
Affect
to do something that produces a change in someone or somethin…
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Fall Unit 5 Vocabulary - English II Accelerated
Haughtiness
Plethora
Blithe
Crepuscular
The appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and di…
A large or excessive amount of something
Carefree and joyous in disposition; showing a lack of care or…
Relating to or resembling twilight; occurring or active durin…
Haughtiness
The appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and di…
Plethora
A large or excessive amount of something
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English 2 Accelerated-Fall Unit 5 Vocabulary
Haughtiness
Plethora
Blithe
Crepuscular
Noun. ... The appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior…
Noun. ... A large or excessive amount of something (over abundan…
Adj. ... Carefree and joyous in disposition; showing a lack of c…
Adj. ... Relating to or resembling twilight; occurring or active…
Haughtiness
Noun. ... The appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior…
Plethora
Noun. ... A large or excessive amount of something (over abundan…
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English Fall Term Vocab #5
behold
discernment
envision
foresee
to gaze at, look upon
Keenness or sharpness in detecting, distinguishing, or select…
to picture in mind
to see or know beforehand
behold
to gaze at, look upon
discernment
Keenness or sharpness in detecting, distinguishing, or select…
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Fall Vocabulary List #5
autonomy
bureaucratic
clandestine
contingency
independence; self-government
insisting on strict rules and routine, often to the point of…
done in secret; kept hidden
a possible future event that must be prepared for or guarded…
autonomy
independence; self-government
bureaucratic
insisting on strict rules and routine, often to the point of…
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English Fall Vocabulary - Period 5 - Salisberry
abject
apparition
compel
compunction
lowly, miserable, and wretched
an unreal figure; a ghost
to force or strongly persuade; coerce
feeling of regret or remorse
abject
lowly, miserable, and wretched
apparition
an unreal figure; a ghost
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English II Accelerated - Fall Unit 5 Vocabulary
haughtiness
plethora
blithe
crepuscular
an appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and dis…
a large or excessive amount of something... (overabundance, supe…
carefree and joyous in disposition; showing a lack of care or…
relating to or resembling twilight; occurring or active durin…
haughtiness
an appearance or quality of being arrogantly superior and dis…
plethora
a large or excessive amount of something... (overabundance, supe…
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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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Vocabulary Week #5 - Fall
cajole
callous
capitulate
capricious
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
(adj.) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
(v.) to end resistance, give up, surrender, throw in the towel
(adj.) fickle; subject to whims or passing fancies
cajole
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
callous
(adj.) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
English Fall Vocab 5
absalom
alpha and omega
armageddon
blind leading the blind
a son who brings heartache to his father
the beginning and the end, from a quote in Revelations in the…
the place of the last decisive battle at the Day of Judgement…
wasn't intended to be used as a tool to gauge others leadersh…
absalom
a son who brings heartache to his father
alpha and omega
the beginning and the end, from a quote in Revelations in the…
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English 5 Fall Final
What were the purposes of Native Ameri…
What were some influences on these Nat…
Basic Concepts in Native American Lite…
"Coyote Finishes his Work"
to explain nature and the universe
animals, nature, and natural occurrences influenced the stories
idea that parts of the world can be explained through these s…
Coyote creates the indians and teaches them how to survive, t…
What were the purposes of Native Ameri…
to explain nature and the universe
What were some influences on these Nat…
animals, nature, and natural occurrences influenced the stories
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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 week 5
Libeal
Quell
Inordenently
Provocation
False statement damaging someones reputation
To put an end to typically by force
Extremely
Action that makes someone annoyes
Libeal
False statement damaging someones reputation
Quell
To put an end to typically by force
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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…
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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 11: Vocab 5 Fall
Dogmatic (adj)
Asinine (adj)
Fleeting (adj)
Analyze (v)
Close-minded
Utterly stupid and silly
Brief
Methodically examined
Dogmatic (adj)
Close-minded
Asinine (adj)
Utterly stupid and silly
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Fall Vocabulary List #5
autonomy
bureaucratic
clandestine
contingency
independence; self-government
insisting on strict rules and routine, often to the point of…
done in secret; kept hidden
a possible future event that must be prepared for or guarded…
autonomy
independence; self-government
bureaucratic
insisting on strict rules and routine, often to the point of…
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HPHS English Fall Exam 2014: Units 1-5 Condensed Vocabulary
adulterate
insidious
fortitude
intimation
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly; treacherous
(n) courage in facing difficulties
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion
adulterate
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
insidious
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly; treacherous
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HPHS English Fall Exam 2014: Units 1-5 Condensed Vocabulary
converge
expunge
invulnerable
malevolent
to move toward one point, approach nearer together
to erase, obliterate, destroy
not being able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
spiteful, showing ill will
converge
to move toward one point, approach nearer together
expunge
to erase, obliterate, destroy
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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)
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Week 5 English II fall vocabulary Ms. Branch
Accomplice... (N)
Amateur ... (N)
Drudge ... (N)
Fugitive... (N)
One who participates with another in wrongdoing or in a crime…
One who engages in an activity for pleasure rather than for m…
One who does hard, boring, or disagreeable work
Person who flees or try to escape from danger; justice; ECT;…
Accomplice... (N)
One who participates with another in wrongdoing or in a crime…
Amateur ... (N)
One who engages in an activity for pleasure rather than for m…
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English Fall Vocabulary Review
machiavellian
egregious
lethargic
stigma
crafty
outrageous
lazy
stain
machiavellian
crafty
egregious
outrageous
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Fox's English 131 Vocabulary 5 Fall 2014
Acquiesce
Bested
Cognizant
Complicit
To agree without protest
Beaten, Surpassed; To be defeated or outclassed
Aware of; To Know of Something
Involvement in; Ignoring the progress of activity that is imp…
Acquiesce
To agree without protest
Bested
Beaten, Surpassed; To be defeated or outclassed
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English 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 instead, h…
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 Vocabulary - English Fall Exam
Eluded
Resignedly
Circumspect
Vigil
evaded or escaped
accept as inevitable; to submit passively
careful; mindful or rules and consequences
a watch
Eluded
evaded or escaped
Resignedly
accept as inevitable; to submit passively
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Fall Vocabulary 5-8
Clarify:
Verify:
Appeal:
Genre:
Make a statement less confusing and more clearly comprehensible
Make sure something is true, accurate or just
the power or ability to attract, interest, amuse, or stimulat…
Kind, category, or sort: especially of literary/artistic work
Clarify:
Make a statement less confusing and more clearly comprehensible
Verify:
Make sure something is true, accurate or just
25 terms
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 Fall Vocabulary #6
Abberations
Abide
Amenable
Appalling
(n).... 1. A deviation from what is considered proper or normal…
(v). Transitive... 1. To put up with; tolerate... 2. To wait pati…
(adj).... 1. Willing to accept a suggestion or submit to authori…
(adj).... 1. Causing consternation or dismay; frightful... Synonym…
Abberations
(n).... 1. A deviation from what is considered proper or normal…
Abide
(v). Transitive... 1. To put up with; tolerate... 2. To wait pati…
25 terms
English Fall Vocabulary #8
Absolution
Bereft
Chagrin
Demoralize
(n).... 1. The act of absolving or the state of being absolved... 2…
(adj). ... 1. Deprived of something ... 2. Lacking something needed…
(n).... 1. A keen feeling of mental unease, as of annoyance or e…
(v).... 1. To undermine the confidence or morale of; dishearten…
Absolution
(n).... 1. The act of absolving or the state of being absolved... 2…
Bereft
(adj). ... 1. Deprived of something ... 2. Lacking something needed…
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English 2A Fall Vocab #5
NOM/NYM
PAC
PAN
fumigate
name
peace
all
to fill a space with gas, especially a gaseous insecticide
NOM/NYM
name
PAC
peace
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English Fall Vocabulary #4
Abduct
Bastions
Callous
Deceptive
(v).... 1. To carry off by force; kidnap... 2. (Physiology) To draw…
(n).... 1. A projecting part of a fortification... 2. A well-fortif…
(adj).... 1. Having calluses; toughened... 2. Emotionally hardened;…
(adj).... 1. Deceiving or tending to deceive... Synonyms: misleadi…
Abduct
(v).... 1. To carry off by force; kidnap... 2. (Physiology) To draw…
Bastions
(n).... 1. A projecting part of a fortification... 2. A well-fortif…
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English Fall Vocabulary #7
Abominable
Beguile
Centrifugal
Delegate
(adj).... 1. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome... 2. Thoroughly u…
(v).... 1. To deceive by guile or charm... 2. To deprive (someone)…
(adj).... 1. Moving or directed away from a center or axis... 2. Op…
(n).... 1. A person authorized to act as representative for anot…
Abominable
(adj).... 1. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome... 2. Thoroughly u…
Beguile
(v).... 1. To deceive by guile or charm... 2. To deprive (someone)…
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English Vocabulary Fall CBM
Narrator
First-Person
Third-Person
Mood
the person who tells a story
a participant in the story
a nonparticipant in the story
a temporary state of mind or feeling felt by a character or g…
Narrator
the person who tells a story
First-Person
a participant in the story
34 terms
English Vocabulary - English Fall Exam
artist
took
oil painting
exhibition
رسامة
اخذت
الوان زيتية
معرض
artist
رسامة
took
اخذت
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English fall term Vocab #5
express
expose
evoke
evidence
to put into words, represent by language (literally, "to pres…
to lay open or lay out, to make accessible or subject to unde…
to draw forth or summon an image or reaction (literally, "to…
that which makes meaning clear or apparent (literally, "seein…
express
to put into words, represent by language (literally, "to pres…
expose
to lay open or lay out, to make accessible or subject to unde…
88 terms
English Fall Exam Vocabulary
brevity
arrogant
allay
animosity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
overbearing; proud; haughty
to lessen fear; to calm; to relieve pain
hatred; ill will
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty
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English: Fall Exam Vocabulary
advocate
alleged
conspiracy
credentials
supporter; promoter
claim without proof; unproven
plot or secret plan
written evidence to the rights of certain positions/authorities
advocate
supporter; promoter
alleged
claim without proof; unproven
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English Fall Final - Vocabulary
taciturn
prevaricate
acclaim
doff
quiet
to lie
praise publicly
do off
taciturn
quiet
prevaricate
to lie
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English Vocabulary Fall 2015
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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