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Lesson 2 English Vocabulary
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
Not consistent
Large in space or amount
To lose through some thought; to be forced to give up by way…
dialog
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
erratic
Not consistent
English 11: Lesson 2 vocabulary
allegory
conjecture
despicable
dissolute
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
contemptible; deserving of scorn; vile
lacking moral restraint; very wicked; immoral; undisciplined
allegory
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
conjecture
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
English 9: Lesson 2 vocabulary
belligerent
dexterity
eradicate
fervent
aggressive; warlike
skillfulness; expertness; talent
to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
having or showing great emotion; passionate; fierce; strongly…
belligerent
aggressive; warlike
dexterity
skillfulness; expertness; talent
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English lesson 2 vocabulary
antagonize
antebellum
antechamber
antibiotic
to earn the dislike of
belonging to the period prior to the Civil War
a waiting room at the entrance to a larger an more important…
any substance such as penicillin produced by certain fungi, b…
antagonize
to earn the dislike of
antebellum
belonging to the period prior to the Civil War
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Lesson 2 English Vocabulary
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
Not consistent
Large in space or amount
To lose through some thought; to be forced to give up by way…
dialog
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
erratic
Not consistent
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
aroma
beverage
bland
brittle
A smell or odor, especially a pleasant one.
A liquid used as a drink.
Lacking a strong flavor.
Easily broken; not flexible.
aroma
A smell or odor, especially a pleasant one.
beverage
A liquid used as a drink.
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Lesson 2 English 9 Vocab
belittle
blase
concoct
decade
to speak of something or someone as small or unimportant
uninterested or unimpressed
to devise cleverly; to invent
ten years
belittle
to speak of something or someone as small or unimportant
blase
uninterested or unimpressed
English 3 Lesson 2
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
the crime of holding a belief that goes against established d…
easy to teach or manage
drink, especially an alcoholic one
a hated, repellent person of thing; a formal curse
heresy
the crime of holding a belief that goes against established d…
docile
easy to teach or manage
English vocabulary lesson 2
adjudicate
centennial
countenance
disgruntle
to hear and decide judicially; to judge
a one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration
a person's face; the expression on a person's face
to make dissatisfied; to put in a bad mood
adjudicate
to hear and decide judicially; to judge
centennial
a one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration
English Vocabulary - Lesson 2
Realm
Plod
Disdainful
Tawdry
an area under someone or somethings control
someone who walks slowly and heavily, without much energy or…
when you look down on others because you believe you are better
something that is cheap looking and usually in bad taste
Realm
an area under someone or somethings control
Plod
someone who walks slowly and heavily, without much energy or…
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
Belittle
Blasé
Concocted
Decade
v. to put down; criticize; unimportant
v. tired of due to over exposure
adj. form; develope
n. a period of ten years
Belittle
v. to put down; criticize; unimportant
Blasé
v. tired of due to over exposure
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
ordeal
prescribed
repair
secluded
a test; pain; trials
treatment, remedy
fix
sheltered
ordeal
a test; pain; trials
prescribed
treatment, remedy
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
Aroma
Beverage
Bland
Brittle
A smell or odor, especially a pleasant one.
A liquid used as a drink.
Lacking a strong flavor.
Easily broken; not flexible.
Aroma
A smell or odor, especially a pleasant one.
Beverage
A liquid used as a drink.
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English lesson 2 vocabulary
antagonize
antebellum
antechamber
antibiotic
to earn the dislike of
belonging to the period prior to the Civil War
a waiting room at the entrance to a larger an more important…
any substance such as penicillin produced by certain fungi, b…
antagonize
to earn the dislike of
antebellum
belonging to the period prior to the Civil War
English Vocabulary Lesson 2
Belittle
Concoct
Decade
blasé
V. To criticize, to make someone feel small and unimportant.…
V. to make up, to create, to form. antonyms: destroy, cancel…
N. A period of ten years.
Adj. Bored because you have done something a lot. Antonyms: i…
Belittle
V. To criticize, to make someone feel small and unimportant.…
Concoct
V. to make up, to create, to form. antonyms: destroy, cancel…
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
antipathy
antithesis
badinage
banal
an intense dislike
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
playful, teasing talk; to banter, to tease with playful talk
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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English 12 Lesson 2
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; indifferent
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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6 English WW Lesson 2
authentic... authenticity
astute
delicacy
derogatory
adjective - Genuine; true.... noun - The condition of being gen…
adjective - Wise in a clever or practical way.
noun - 1. A choice (as in really special) item of food.... 2. Gr…
adjective - Expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the re…
authentic... authenticity
adjective - Genuine; true.... noun - The condition of being gen…
astute
adjective - Wise in a clever or practical way.
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
gen
nasc,nat
fig, fict
par, per
race, type, kind
to be born
to shape
to give birth, produce
gen
race, type, kind
nasc,nat
to be born
English III Vocabulary Lesson 2
Allusion
Chronic
Denunciation
Embellish
N. An indirect reference... Syn: suggestion, hint... Ant: reference
Adj. reoccurring and lasting for a long time ... Syn: continuou…
N. Disapproval ... Syn: criticism; condemnation... Ant: acclamati…
V. 1. To make beautiful by decorating; 2. To improve by addin…
Allusion
N. An indirect reference... Syn: suggestion, hint... Ant: reference
Chronic
Adj. reoccurring and lasting for a long time ... Syn: continuou…
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Nihao 1 Lesson 2 Vocabulary (Hanzi & English)
你好
you
good
hello
a particle used for questions expecting yes-no answer
you
good
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Vocabulary Lesson 2 (English 9)
amalgamate
ambidextrous
anachronism
animate
to combine
equally skillful with either hand
something or someone out of its proper time
to give life or motion to
amalgamate
to combine
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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English; vocabulary Lesson 2
Belittle
blasé
concocted
decade
Makes someone feel small; unimportant; verb... Synonyms: critici…
annoyed; frustrated; bored; verb... Synonyms: bored, annoyed Ant…
put together; planned; verb... Synonyms: create Antonym: destroy
every ten years; noun... No Syn. or Ant.
Belittle
Makes someone feel small; unimportant; verb... Synonyms: critici…
blasé
annoyed; frustrated; bored; verb... Synonyms: bored, annoyed Ant…
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english: vocabulary lesson 2
amiable (adj.)
anthropology (noun)
bayou (noun)
grimace (noun)
friendly, agreeable
study of humans and their culture
swampy outlet
scowling facial expression
amiable (adj.)
friendly, agreeable
anthropology (noun)
study of humans and their culture
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English I - Vocabulary - Lesson 2
prospects
incessantly
adulation
vexation
Chances or possibilities, especially for financial success.
Without interruption; continuously.
Excessive praise or flattery.
An irritation or annoyance.
prospects
Chances or possibilities, especially for financial success.
incessantly
Without interruption; continuously.
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Lesson 2 English vocabulary
Genealogy
Genocide
Genre
Genteel
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
The planned annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
A type, class, or category =, especially of fine art or liter…
Well mannered; refined; polite. (sometimes use to mean "false…
Genealogy
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
Genocide
The planned annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
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English I Roots and Affixes Lesson 2
A-, An-
Anti-, Ant-
Bene-
Contra-
without, not
instead of, for, as , in place of
good
against
A-, An-
without, not
Anti-, Ant-
instead of, for, as , in place of
English Vocabulary lesson 2
baccalaureate
bandy
bedraggled
beget
(n) ... the degree of bachelor conferred by universities and col…
(adj) ... (of a person's legs) curved so as to be wide apart at…
(adj) ... dirty and disheveled.
(v)... to give birth to; to create; to lead to; to cause
baccalaureate
(n) ... the degree of bachelor conferred by universities and col…
bandy
(adj) ... (of a person's legs) curved so as to be wide apart at…
English Vocabulary Lesson 2
Heresy
Docile
Libation
Anathema
the crime of holding belief that goes adjacent established do…
easy to teach or manage
a drink, specially an alcoholic one
1. a hated, repellant person or something... 2. a formal curse
Heresy
the crime of holding belief that goes adjacent established do…
Docile
easy to teach or manage
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English 10 - Vocabulary Lesson 2
allocate
catalyst
constituency
defuse
to decide that something should be used by a particular perso…
a person or thing that is the cause of major change or action.
people who live and vote in an area.
to make something less tense or serious.
allocate
to decide that something should be used by a particular perso…
catalyst
a person or thing that is the cause of major change or action.
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English III Vocabulary Lesson 2
allegory
conjecture
despicable
dissolute
a symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
an opinion without proof; to speculate or guess
contemptible; deserving of scorn; vile
lacking moral restraint; very wicked; immoral; undisciplined
allegory
a symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
conjecture
an opinion without proof; to speculate or guess
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English 9--Vocabulary Lesson 2
alacrity
array
deduce
encumber
promptness in responding; eagerness
a large number of people or things; an orderly arrangement or…
to draw a conclusion from given facts
to weigh down or burden; to impede the action of
alacrity
promptness in responding; eagerness
array
a large number of people or things; an orderly arrangement or…
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Honors English 8 Lesson 2
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Assimilate
Delirious
Applaud; announce with great approval
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
To absorb or become absorbed; to make or become similar
Extreme mental confusion or excitement
Acclaim
Applaud; announce with great approval
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
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English II lesson 2 Vocabulary
Affable (adj.)
Cower (v.)
Dank (adj.)
Deplorable (adj.)
friendly or pleasant
to shrink or hide oneself in fear
miserably damp and chilly... usually a basement or a cave
regrettable or terrible conditions
Affable (adj.)
friendly or pleasant
Cower (v.)
to shrink or hide oneself in fear
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
noun: the crime of holding a belief that goes against establi…
adjective: easy to teach or manage
noun: a drink, especially an alcoholic one
noun: 1. a hated, repellant person or thing... 2. a formal curse
heresy
noun: the crime of holding a belief that goes against establi…
docile
adjective: easy to teach or manage
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English Lesson 2 Vocabulary
antics
avowed
banter
bountiful
n. ridiculous and unpredictable
adj. declared openly and without shame, acknowledged
v. to exchange playful remarks; n. talk that is playful and t…
adj. giving freely, generous, plentiful, given abundantly
antics
n. ridiculous and unpredictable
avowed
adj. declared openly and without shame, acknowledged
Lesson 2 Traditional - English
同屋
被子
毯子
roommate
to put
comforter; quilt
blanket
同屋
roommate
to put
Lesson 2 Simplified - English
同屋
被子
毯子
roommate
to put
comforter; quilt
blanket
同屋
roommate
to put
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Vocabulary for Achievement Lesson 2 - English 8
abet
bestow
deliverance
expedite
to encourage or assist, particularly in doing something wrong
to give or present, especially as a gift or an honor
liberation; rescue from slavery, capture, or danger
to speed up or help the progress of; to do quickly and effici…
abet
to encourage or assist, particularly in doing something wrong
bestow
to give or present, especially as a gift or an honor
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Lesson 2 Vocabulary - English
adamant
apparent
conundrum
conscientious
refusing to be persuaded by ones mind
obvious
a difficult problem
characterized by extreme care and great effort
adamant
refusing to be persuaded by ones mind
apparent
obvious
Lesson 2 Vocabulary English
Caricature
Antiquated
Opiate
Gorge
noun; an exaggerated portrayel of one's features ... synonyms: m…
adjective; no longer used or useful; very old... synonyms; obsol…
noun; a narcotic used to cause sleep or bring relief from pai…
verb; to eat or swallow greedily
Caricature
noun; an exaggerated portrayel of one's features ... synonyms: m…
Antiquated
adjective; no longer used or useful; very old... synonyms; obsol…
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
Insurrection
Thesis
Maul
Deliberate
A rebellion against established authority or governments
A proposed idea that has yet to be proven
To injure by beating and rough treatment
To consider carefully
Insurrection
A rebellion against established authority or governments
Thesis
A proposed idea that has yet to be proven
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine/ Syn: unite, blend, merge, consolidate/ Ant: splin…
mentally ill; insane/ Syn: deranged, insane/ Ant: sane
to sharpen/ Ant: dull
to besiege by encircling (as with an army) to harass
amalgamate
to combine/ Syn: unite, blend, merge, consolidate/ Ant: splin…
demented
mentally ill; insane/ Syn: deranged, insane/ Ant: sane
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English 10--Vocabulary Lesson 2
adjucate
centennial
countenance
disgruntle
to hear and decide judicially; to judge
a one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration
a person's face; the expression on a person's face
to make dissatisfied; to put in a bad mood
adjucate
to hear and decide judicially; to judge
centennial
a one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration
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English 1 Lesson 2 Vocabulary
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant 1
[logos<Greek. "word" "speech"] n. A group of three literary o…
[secare<Latin. "to cut"] v. To divide into three parts
[triumviri<Latin. "board of three"] n. A group of three, espe…
[quartus<Latin. "fourth" or quartuor<Latin. "four"] n. a quar…
trilogy
[logos<Greek. "word" "speech"] n. A group of three literary o…
trisect
[secare<Latin. "to cut"] v. To divide into three parts
English 1 Vocabulary Lesson 2
Emerge
Expose
Impose
Presume
to become apparent, prominent, or known
to make something visible, unprotected, or vulnerable
to force upon another or to demand attention or commitment
to suppose that something is true based on probability
Emerge
to become apparent, prominent, or known
Expose
to make something visible, unprotected, or vulnerable
English- Vocabulary lesson 2
Adulterate
Aerie
Amulet
Dogmatic
V-Make impure
N-Nest
N-Charm
A-Asserted strongly but without proof
Adulterate
V-Make impure
Aerie
N-Nest
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Mrs. Haire PSSA English-Vocabulary Lesson 2
Corpse
Conceal
Dismal
Frigid
A dead body
Hide
Dark and depressing
Very cold
Corpse
A dead body
Conceal
Hide
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English vocabulary lesson 2
atlas
epicure
galvanize
jovial
a book of maps
a person with fine taste, especially in food
to spur to action
cheerful
atlas
a book of maps
epicure
a person with fine taste, especially in food
English Vocabulary Lesson 2
consecrate
execrate
sacrament
sacrilege
to make or declare something sacred ... to dedicate something to…
to denounce as vile or evil; to curse, to detest
something considered to have sacred significance
disrespect to something as sacred
consecrate
to make or declare something sacred ... to dedicate something to…
execrate
to denounce as vile or evil; to curse, to detest
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