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English: Quarter 2 Vocabulary Words
Narrative
Illustration
Concrete/sensory detail
Abstract
A story, a representation of an event
An example or instance that helps make something clear
A particular element that is real, tangible and perceptible t…
Not knowable through the five senses, expressing qualities ap…
Narrative
A story, a representation of an event
Illustration
An example or instance that helps make something clear
English Second Quarter vocabulary words
antagonistic
belligerent
disillusion
serenity
showing or feeling active opposition or hostility toward some…
hostile and aggressive
disappointment resulting from the discovery that something is…
the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled
antagonistic
showing or feeling active opposition or hostility toward some…
belligerent
hostile and aggressive
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Quarter 1 English Vocabulary Words
Hasty
Incidents
Cringe
Alienate
Quick, as in an action or a descision; without taking time to…
Events
To recoil or shrink back fear or distaste
To make one hostile toward another; to estrange
Hasty
Quick, as in an action or a descision; without taking time to…
Incidents
Events
English Quarter 2 Vocabulary Words
Disconsolate (adj)
Superfluous (adj)
Redolent (adj)
Apathetic (adj)-
Hopelessly unhappy.
More than is needed or required
Sweet smelling odor.
Showing or feeling no interest.
Disconsolate (adj)
Hopelessly unhappy.
Superfluous (adj)
More than is needed or required
1st Quarter English Vocabulary Words
Arbitrary
Incensed
Sovereign
Rebuke
capricious, random, aimless
enraged, aggravate, exasperate
autonomous, dominant, primal
reprimand, scold, lecture
Arbitrary
capricious, random, aimless
Incensed
enraged, aggravate, exasperate
English: 1st Quarter Vocabulary Words
Adherence
Allusion
Approbation
Begrudge
(Noun): Joining together; support and allegiance
(Noun): A reference
(Noun): Approval
(Verb): To resent something
Adherence
(Noun): Joining together; support and allegiance
Allusion
(Noun): A reference
7 terms
English - 4th Quarter Vocabulary
prescription
over the counter
dosage
legal
Medicine that you get with a doctor's permission and is provi…
Medicine that that you get without a doctor's prescription. M…
How much medicine to take.
Allowed by law
prescription
Medicine that you get with a doctor's permission and is provi…
over the counter
Medicine that that you get without a doctor's prescription. M…
English 3rd Quarter Vocabulary Words
Deflected
Vitality
Magnanimous
Disarray
Divert
Exuberance
Charitable
Chaos
Deflected
Divert
Vitality
Exuberance
87 terms
English Vocabulary: Quarter 3 Words
tortuous
retort
extort
voluble
adjective... not direct or straightforward
verb... to respond critically or sarcastically
verb... to wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a d…
adjective... talkative, given to rapid, abundant speech
tortuous
adjective... not direct or straightforward
retort
verb... to respond critically or sarcastically
English quarter 4 vocabulary words
Ruse
Ruse
Torrent
Torrent
An example of a military ________ is the Trojan horse.
If my fake identification _______ backfires, I will not be al…
She faced the Windows, watching the _________ outside.
Several days of the unseasonable melt had boiled the river to…
Ruse
An example of a military ________ is the Trojan horse.
Ruse
If my fake identification _______ backfires, I will not be al…
Vocabulary Words- English- Quarter 4
Agnostic
Innuedo
metamorphosis
Rescind
Believing that the existence of God cannot be proven or dispr…
An institution; hint; often used to suggest something bad, me…
the change of form, shape, substance
to take back, repeal
Agnostic
Believing that the existence of God cannot be proven or dispr…
Innuedo
An institution; hint; often used to suggest something bad, me…
30 terms
English Vocabulary Words - Quarter 2
Quandary
Queue
Quirk
Quixotic
-Andrea was in a ____________. Two boys she really liked aske…
-The __________ at Disney World are usually the longest durin…
-Watch out for this horseʻs ________; he bucks every time he…
-Putting all taxpayers on the honor system is a ____________…
Quandary
-Andrea was in a ____________. Two boys she really liked aske…
Queue
-The __________ at Disney World are usually the longest durin…
English Quarter 2 Vocabulary Words
Heeding
Prodding
Arduous
Muss
To give carful attention to
To poke or jab with or as if with something pointed
Difficult
A state of disorder or untidiness
Heeding
To give carful attention to
Prodding
To poke or jab with or as if with something pointed
English Quarter 4 Vocabulary Words
able, ible
ade
age
al
able, capable (capable, edible)
result of action (blockade)
act of, state of, result of (storage, wreckage)
relating to (manual, natural)
able, ible
able, capable (capable, edible)
ade
result of action (blockade)
2nd Quarter English Vocabulary Words
bicameral
bigamy
bipartisan
bipartite
having, consisting of, or based on two legislative chambers.
the act of entering into a marriage with one person while sti…
representing, characterized by, or including members from two…
divided into or consisting of two parts.
bicameral
having, consisting of, or based on two legislative chambers.
bigamy
the act of entering into a marriage with one person while sti…
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4th quarter vocabulary words, English 2
acumen
expurgate
irony
oxidize
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contra…
combine or become combined chemically with oxygen; to rust.
acumen
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
expurgate
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
24 terms
AP English Vocabulary Challenge Words 3rd Quarter
acerbic
flippant
ominous
euphoric
(adj) bitter, sour; harsh or severe
(adj) lacking in seriousness; disrespectful, saucy
(adj) menacing; threatening
(adj) a feeling of great happiness or well-being; elated, upl…
acerbic
(adj) bitter, sour; harsh or severe
flippant
(adj) lacking in seriousness; disrespectful, saucy
49 terms
English - Quarter 3 Vocabulary
constituents
coalition
legislate
demographics
people a member of Congress represents
partnership; league; union of separate political parties
to make a law about something
statistical data relating to the population and particular gr…
constituents
people a member of Congress represents
coalition
partnership; league; union of separate political parties
32 terms
Quarter 2 English Vocabulary
metaphysical
jibed
feint
surge
spiritual; beyond the physical
stopped short and turned from side to side
pretended to move to catch the opponent off guard
increase suddenly; speed up
metaphysical
spiritual; beyond the physical
jibed
stopped short and turned from side to side
48 terms
English - Quarter 2 Vocabulary
preside
dutifully
patronize
conjecture
to manage; to watch over
done out of obligation
to do business with; frequent a store
an opinion built on information
preside
to manage; to watch over
dutifully
done out of obligation
English Vocabulary words( quarter 2 )
Unassuming
Audacious
Spate
Doleful
Humble, modest, not bold or arrogant; unpretentious
extremely bold or daring; fearless
a sudden outpouring, a large number or amount
unhappy, mournful
Unassuming
Humble, modest, not bold or arrogant; unpretentious
Audacious
extremely bold or daring; fearless
8 terms
English Vocabulary- Quarter 2
Conundrum
Ludicrous
Novel
Stymie
Noun- riddle that is hard to answer; problem that is hard to…
Adj.- ridiculous; laughable; silly
Noun- made up story, a book... Adj- new or unfamiliar
Verb- to block or to frustrate; to make it difficult for some…
Conundrum
Noun- riddle that is hard to answer; problem that is hard to…
Ludicrous
Adj.- ridiculous; laughable; silly
35 terms
2nd Quarter English Vocabulary
Allusion
Motif
Tragic Hero
Tragic flaw
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A recurring theme, subject or idea
a great or virtuous character in a dramatic tragedy who is de…
A weakness or limitation of character, resulting in the fall…
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Motif
A recurring theme, subject or idea
English Vocabulary Words: List 1: Quarter One
Indifferent (adjective)
Apathy (noun)
Obscure (adjective)
Impartial (adjective)
Not caring one way or another; mediocre; lacking a preference…
Lack of emotion or interest
Unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
Unbiased; neutral
Indifferent (adjective)
Not caring one way or another; mediocre; lacking a preference…
Apathy (noun)
Lack of emotion or interest
40 terms
English Vocabulary; Quarter One
Bona Fide
Legitimacy
Actuality
Applicable
Made in good faith, deal.
Rightfulness
Existence; Reality
Capable of being used; relevant
Bona Fide
Made in good faith, deal.
Legitimacy
Rightfulness
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
Presumptuous
Carouse
Brazen
Consternation
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
(adj) bold and without shame
(n) feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something une…
Presumptuous
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
Carouse
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
English Vocabulary Words: List 1: Quarter Two
Fastidious
Belligerent
Astute
Languish
Meticulous; demanding, (adj)
Combative; quarrelsome (adj)
Perceptive; intelligent (adj)
To become weak, listless, or depressed (verb)
Fastidious
Meticulous; demanding, (adj)
Belligerent
Combative; quarrelsome (adj)
English Vocabulary Words: List 3: Quarter One
Negligence (noun)
Conspicuous (adjective)
Advocate (verb)
Ascetic (adjective)
carelessness
standing out; obvious
to speak in favor of; to support
hermitlike; practicing self-denial
Negligence (noun)
carelessness
Conspicuous (adjective)
standing out; obvious
English Vocabulary Words: List 2: Quarter Two
Concise
Immutable
Static
Credulous
Brief and to the point; succinct (adj)
Unchangeable;permanent (adj)
Stationary; not changing or moving (adj)
Believing; gullible
Concise
Brief and to the point; succinct (adj)
Immutable
Unchangeable;permanent (adj)
15 terms
English 9 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
deficient
stagnant
eminent
lethargic
lacking some element or characteristic; insufficient
lack of development, advancement, or progressive movement
high in station, rank, or reputation; distinguished
of, pertaining to, or affected with dullness; unenergetic
deficient
lacking some element or characteristic; insufficient
stagnant
lack of development, advancement, or progressive movement
English Vocabulary Words: List 2: Quarter One
Virulent (adjective)
Scrutinize (verb)
Discord (noun)
Repudiate (verb)
extremely poisonous; malignant; full of hate
to examine closely
disagreement (the opposite of concord)
to reject; to deny
Virulent (adjective)
extremely poisonous; malignant; full of hate
Scrutinize (verb)
to examine closely
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
20 terms
Quarter 3 Enriched English Vocabulary
Usurp
Infinitesimal
Attribute
Prerequisite
To take the place of by or as if by force.
Indefinitely or exceedingly small; minute.
To regard as resulting from a specified cause; to consider as…
Required beforehand.
Usurp
To take the place of by or as if by force.
Infinitesimal
Indefinitely or exceedingly small; minute.
20 terms
Enriched English Quarter 4 vocabulary
Capitulate
Pragmatic
Impervious
Contrite
To give up resistance to; to surrender unconditionally.... The…
Practical rather than idealistic.... The organization decided to…
Incapable of being affected, persuaded or influence.... The stud…
Showing regret for behavior or actions.... The contrite dog show…
Capitulate
To give up resistance to; to surrender unconditionally.... The…
Pragmatic
Practical rather than idealistic.... The organization decided to…
15 terms
English 9 3rd Quarter Vocabulary
belligerent
boisterous
despondent
devious
adj, given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive
adj, rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
adj, depressed from loss of hope or confidence
adj, done or acting in a shifty or underhanded way
belligerent
adj, given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive
boisterous
adj, rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
2nd quarter English words
Amendable
Privy
Revelation
Affluent
Agreeable; open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded
Sharing in the knowledge of something secret or private
A surprising and previously unknown fact
A group or area having a great area of money/wealth
Amendable
Agreeable; open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded
Privy
Sharing in the knowledge of something secret or private
English 8 Vocabulary, 1st quarter
Ominous
Malevolence
Pensive
Audible
(adj) Menacing; threatening
(n) malice; desire to harm
(adj) deeply thoughtful; seeming to be thinking seriously abo…
(adj) capable of being heard
Ominous
(adj) Menacing; threatening
Malevolence
(n) malice; desire to harm
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
English: Quarter 3 Quarterly Test - Vocabulary Words
assurance
asylum
console
dilate
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
(v.) to comfort; (n.) the keyboard of an organ; a control pan…
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon
assurance
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
asylum
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
15 terms
English 10 3rd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
49 terms
English - Quarter 1 Vocabulary
etherized
tedious
mutter
insideous
groggy; anesthetized; numb
repetitive; boring
utter under one's breath
deceitful
etherized
groggy; anesthetized; numb
tedious
repetitive; boring
Second Quarter Vocabulary Words (English 10)
Belittle
Foible
Omniscient
Arbiter
To describe (someone or something) as litttle or unimportant.
A minor fault in someone's character or behavior.
Knowing everything; having unlimited understanding or knowled…
1) A person who is considered to be an authority on what is r…
Belittle
To describe (someone or something) as litttle or unimportant.
Foible
A minor fault in someone's character or behavior.
First Quarter Vocabulary Words- English 10
adept
ambivalent
antagonistic
apprehensive
skilled, able, accomplished
having mixed feelings about something or someone, unable to c…
acting in opposition to another, hostile, unfriendly
uneasy or fearful, nervous
adept
skilled, able, accomplished
ambivalent
having mixed feelings about something or someone, unable to c…
52 terms
All English Vocabulary Words: (Quarter 1)
ablution
bourgeois
chimerical
caveat
act of cleansing
middle class
fanciful, whimsical, playful
an explanation or warning that should be remembered when you…
ablution
act of cleansing
bourgeois
middle class
21 terms
All English Vocabulary Words: (Quarter 2)
bastion
umbrage
status quote
quid pro quo
stronghold for something
offensive
the present state of affairs (the way things are)
something for something else (exchange)
bastion
stronghold for something
umbrage
offensive
20 terms
Enriched English quarter 1 vocabulary
Articulate
Belligerent
Culpable
Diligent
sharpness of perception; communicating clearly
waging war; inclined to or exhibiting
deserving blame or censure
showing steady, attentive, energetic effort in ... order to acco…
Articulate
sharpness of perception; communicating clearly
Belligerent
waging war; inclined to or exhibiting
English 9 Quarter 2 Right Words
annual
semiannual or biannual
biennial
perennial
An event that happens once every year.
An event that happens twice a year
An event that happens every two years.
An event that happens throughout the year, every year.
annual
An event that happens once every year.
semiannual or biannual
An event that happens twice a year
4th quarter vocabulary words, English 2
acumen
expurgate
irony
oxidize
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contra…
combine or become combined chemically with oxygen; to rust.
acumen
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
expurgate
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
4th quarter vocabulary words, English 2
acumen
expurgate
irony
oxidize
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contra…
combine or become combined chemically with oxygen; to rust.
acumen
the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typic…
expurgate
remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from…
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