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Language Arts - Lesson 12
dent and odont
dentist
al dente
dentures
tooth, teeth
a person who cares for one's teeth
cooked so food feels firm to the tooth
false teeth
dent and odont
tooth, teeth
dentist
a person who cares for one's teeth
10 terms
Lesson 12 Language Arts Vocabulary
Adequate
Plague
Advance
Nuisance
When something is just sufficient or satisfactory
-When you are very worried... -A terrible affliction, such as a…
-When you move forward when your skills improve... -Progress or…
Something or someone that is annoying or unpleasant
Adequate
When something is just sufficient or satisfactory
Plague
-When you are very worried... -A terrible affliction, such as a…
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Language Arts: Lesson 12 Vocabulary
ardor
conviction
diffident
ecstasy
(n.) heated emotion; passion; eagerness
(n.) the state or appearance of being convinced about an idea…
(adj.) lacking confidence in oneself; timid; shy
(n.) overpowering emotion especially joy, that carries a pers…
ardor
(n.) heated emotion; passion; eagerness
conviction
(n.) the state or appearance of being convinced about an idea…
10 terms
Language arts vocabulary lesson 12
Foundry
Confusion
Diffuse
Refund
An establishment for producing casting in molten metal
Lack of clearness or distinction
To pour out and spread, as a fluid
To give back or restore
Foundry
An establishment for producing casting in molten metal
Confusion
Lack of clearness or distinction
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language arts vocabulary lesson 12
appall
constraint
dissuade
falter
to fill with horror, disgust, or outrage; to shock
something that restricts or limits
to advise against; to persuade someone out of a course of act…
to hesitate; to waver
appall
to fill with horror, disgust, or outrage; to shock
constraint
something that restricts or limits
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Language Arts Lesson 12 Vocabulary
15 terms
language arts lesson 12
atrocity
discredit
encompass
diversity
an exceptionally evil, ruthless, or cruel act.
to harm the reputation of.
to surround or enclose.
a variety
atrocity
an exceptionally evil, ruthless, or cruel act.
discredit
to harm the reputation of.
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Language arts (lesson 12)
Adequate (adjective)
Agony (noun)
Audible (adjective)
Brawny (adjective)
Good enough for the situation
Great pain of body or mind
Heard or capable of being heard
Muscular; strong
Adequate (adjective)
Good enough for the situation
Agony (noun)
Great pain of body or mind
10 terms
Language arts lesson 12
Flushed
Immobile
Lull
Molten
Red or hot skin. Usually the result of illness or strong emot…
Incapable of moving or cannot be moved
Something that makes you feel calm or sleepy
Melted into liquid by extreme heat
Flushed
Red or hot skin. Usually the result of illness or strong emot…
Immobile
Incapable of moving or cannot be moved
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Language Arts Lesson 12
ajar
buffoon
dexterous
engender
adj. partially open... McKenna was scared of the dark so her par…
n. a clown, jester, or person who acts like one... My little sis…
adj. skillful in physical movements, especially of the hands…
v. to bring about; to give rise to ... Because McKenna was kind…
ajar
adj. partially open... McKenna was scared of the dark so her par…
buffoon
n. a clown, jester, or person who acts like one... My little sis…
language arts lesson 12
eerie
martial
beneficiary
careen
mysterious
war like
a recipient
to swerve
eerie
mysterious
martial
war like
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Lesson 12 Language Arts
Enthusiastic
Attitude
Dedication
Agile
Interested and excited
State of mind; way of thinking
Willingness to give great effort to a certain purpose
Able to move easily and quickly
Enthusiastic
Interested and excited
Attitude
State of mind; way of thinking
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Lesson 12 Language Arts
Enthusiastic
Attitude
Dedication
Agile
Interested and excited
State of mind; way of thinking
Willingness to give great effort to a certain purpose
Able to move easily and quickly
Enthusiastic
Interested and excited
Attitude
State of mind; way of thinking
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Language Arts: Lesson 12
convalesce
dedicate
dictate
exasperate
v. to get back health and strength after weakness
v. 1. to set aside for a certain purpose... 2. to devote to a se…
v. 1. to give orders; to command... 2. to say aloud while anothe…
v. to make angry; to annoy ... exasperating adj. very annoying
convalesce
v. to get back health and strength after weakness
dedicate
v. 1. to set aside for a certain purpose... 2. to devote to a se…
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Language Arts 7-8 Vocabulary Lesson 12
Assiduous
Condescend
Epiphany
Exhilaration
Adj. diligent, persistent
Verb. To deal with in a superior way
Noun. A revelation
Noun. Elation, thrill
Assiduous
Adj. diligent, persistent
Condescend
Verb. To deal with in a superior way
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Lesson 12-Art Vocabulary
background
figure
frame
graphic
the part of a picture in the distance
a form in a picture
used to display a picture
to print or engrave the art
background
the part of a picture in the distance
figure
a form in a picture
10 terms
8 - Language Arts - Lesson 12: Error and Confusion
Amiss
Bewilderment
Blunder
Erroneous
Wrong; fault; out of proper order; in a bad or defective/impr…
A state of being puzzled or confused
A foolish or careless mistake; to move in a clumsy way
Wrong; mistaken; false
Amiss
Wrong; fault; out of proper order; in a bad or defective/impr…
Bewilderment
A state of being puzzled or confused
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Language Arts Terminology Lesson 12
Picaresque Novel
Plot
Plot Line
Poetic Justice
A work of fiction consisting of a lengthy string of loosely c…
The action or sequence of events in a story.
The graphic display of the action or events in a story.
A term that describes a character "getting what he deserves"…
Picaresque Novel
A work of fiction consisting of a lengthy string of loosely c…
Plot
The action or sequence of events in a story.
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AP English Language Vocabulary Lesson 12
assert
beguile
condone
connive
to declare or express forcefully
to fool or trick; to divert attention away from
to pardon or overlook without criticism
to scheme in a hidden manner; to conspire
assert
to declare or express forcefully
beguile
to fool or trick; to divert attention away from
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Lesson 12 vocab language arts
Assume
Curiosity
Faze
Forbidden
Believe
Desire to know
Put off
Not permitted
Assume
Believe
Curiosity
Desire to know
22 terms
10 language arts lesson 12
altercation
lexicon
hue
galvanize
a heated argument
dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular fie…
a particular shade of a given color
to startle into sudden activity
altercation
a heated argument
lexicon
dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular fie…
22 terms
10 language arts lesson 12
altercation
lexicon
hue
galvanize
a heated argument
dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular fie…
a particular shade of a given color
to startle into sudden activity
altercation
a heated argument
lexicon
dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular fie…
10 terms
Lesson 12 Vocab. Language Arts
instill
ostracize
premonition
pseudonym
to add gradually; to introduce or cause to be taken in
to exclude from a group, banish, send away
(n.) forewarning or foreboding of a future event
(n.) a pen name, name assumed by a writer
instill
to add gradually; to introduce or cause to be taken in
ostracize
to exclude from a group, banish, send away
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Lesson 12-Art Vocabulary
background
figure
frame
graphic
the part of a picture in the distance
a form in a picture
used to display a picture
to print or engrave the art
background
the part of a picture in the distance
figure
a form in a picture
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Language Network Vocabulary Lesson 12
candelabrum
doily
domestic
douse
a large candleholder with several arms
a decorative mat often made of lace
having to do with the home
to put out
candelabrum
a large candleholder with several arms
doily
a decorative mat often made of lace
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Lesson 12: English Vocabulary REVIEW
ex-
export
expel
extract
out of, outside, from
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
force to leave; to drive out
to pull out or draw out
ex-
out of, outside, from
export
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
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Language Arts 5 Vocabulary - Lesson 12C
get cold feet
wake up on the wrong side of the bed
at the end of my rope
spill the beans
get nervous
wake up in a bad mood
out of patience
to tell a secret or surprising information
get cold feet
get nervous
wake up on the wrong side of the bed
wake up in a bad mood
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Language Arts Vocab. Flashcards Lesson 12
Accede
Affluent
Arbitary
Artisan
To agree; to consent to, often after urging from another
Generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy
Determined by chance or whim rather than by reason or necessity
One able to do skilled work with hands ; a craftsperson
Accede
To agree; to consent to, often after urging from another
Affluent
Generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy
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Language Arts 5 Vocabulary - Lesson 12B
let the cat out of the bag
writing on the wall
warts and all
the last straw
to tell someone else's secret
a sign that something bad is about to happen
the whole truth, including the ugly parts
the final event that makes someone lose his or her temper
let the cat out of the bag
to tell someone else's secret
writing on the wall
a sign that something bad is about to happen
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Language Arts 5-6 Lesson 12 Vocab
machination
macroscopic
maelstrom
malapropism
an evil design or plan
visible to the naked eye
whirlpool, turbulence; agitated state of mind
a word humorously misused
machination
an evil design or plan
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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English Vocabulary Lesson 12
conform
uniquely
convert
onslaught
(v.) to be or become similar, in agreement, or in harmony
(adv.) unusually or unequally; unlike others
(v.) to change something from one form or system to another... (…
(n.) an attack
conform
(v.) to be or become similar, in agreement, or in harmony
uniquely
(adv.) unusually or unequally; unlike others
15 terms
Lesson 12 Language Vocabulary
Acquisition
Admonish
Botch
Congenial
Something acquired; something one gets or gains
To scold gently ... To caution, warn, or advise someone about h…
To spoil by poor or clumsy work; to repair badly... A poor or c…
Friendly, agreeable, and pleasant ... Able to get along; having…
Acquisition
Something acquired; something one gets or gains
Admonish
To scold gently ... To caution, warn, or advise someone about h…
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English- Vocabulary Lesson 12
conform
uniquely
convert
onslaught
(v.) to be or become similar, in agreement, or in harmony
(adv.) unusually or unequally; unlike others
(v.) to change something from one form or system to another
(n.) an attack
conform
(v.) to be or become similar, in agreement, or in harmony
uniquely
(adv.) unusually or unequally; unlike others
15 terms
Lesson 12 Vocabulary language
Accede
Affluent
Arbitrary
Artisan
To agree to; to consent to; often after arguing from another
Generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy
Determined by chance or whim rather than by reason or necessity
One able to do skilled work with the hands; a crafts person
Accede
To agree to; to consent to; often after arguing from another
Affluent
Generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy
15 terms
Lesson 12 Vocabulary English 10
altercation
lexicon
hue
galvanize
a heated argument
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
a particular shade of a given color
to startle into sudden activity
altercation
a heated argument
lexicon
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
15 terms
English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 12
halcyon
fastidious
badinage
malapropism
calm; pleasant
hard to please; fussy
playful, teasing talk
a word humorously misused
halcyon
calm; pleasant
fastidious
hard to please; fussy
15 terms
English 6 Vocabulary Lesson 12
abandon
adversary
baffle
blunder
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
n. An enemy or opponent.
v. To confuse; to prevent from understanding.
n. A stupid or careless mistake.... v. 1. To make such a mistake…
abandon
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
adversary
n. An enemy or opponent.
15 terms
English IV lesson 12 vocabulary
compunction
bellicose
rhapsodize
umbrage
an uneasiness caused by guilt; a qualm
warlike; inclined to fight
to express oneself enthusiastically
a feeling of offense; resentment
compunction
an uneasiness caused by guilt; a qualm
bellicose
warlike; inclined to fight
10 terms
English Lesson 12 Vocabulary
Idiosyncrasy
innocuous
Obtrusive
Orthodox
An unusual habit of one particular person
Not harmful or offensive
Standing out in a bad way, undesirably noticeable
Doing or believing what is commonly accepted or customary
Idiosyncrasy
An unusual habit of one particular person
innocuous
Not harmful or offensive
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AP English Vocabulary Lesson 12
abridge
alacrity
antipathy
augment
to shorten, to diminish
prompt and cheerful response
a dislike, distaste, or enmity
to make greater or to supplement
abridge
to shorten, to diminish
alacrity
prompt and cheerful response
15 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 12 Junior English
halcyon
fastidious
badinage
malapropism
calm pleasant
hard to please; fussy
playful, teasing talk
a word humorously misused
halcyon
calm pleasant
fastidious
hard to please; fussy
15 terms
English 11 Lesson 12 Vocabulary
halcyon
fastidious
badinage
malapropism
calm; peaceful
hard to please; fussy
playful, teasing talk
a word humorously misused
halcyon
calm; peaceful
fastidious
hard to please; fussy
20 terms
Language Network Vocabulary Lesson 12
candelabrum
doily
domestic
douse
a large candleholder with several arms
a decorative mat often made of lace
having to do with the home
to put out
candelabrum
a large candleholder with several arms
doily
a decorative mat often made of lace
12 terms
AP Language Lesson 12 Vocabulary
berate
carp
castlgate
censure
to rebuke or scold in a harsh tone
to find fault; to be critical
to scold or punish severely
to criticize strongly
berate
to rebuke or scold in a harsh tone
carp
to find fault; to be critical
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 12 Vocabulary
Accolade
Affected
Censure
Chagrin
tribute; honor; praise
artificial; pretended
to blame; to find fault
embarrassment; mortification
Accolade
tribute; honor; praise
Affected
artificial; pretended
19 terms
Lesson 12 Vocabulary (Pinyin/English)
fàn
zhōngcān
shuǐjiǎo
to go
rice, a meal
Chinese food, Chinese cuisine
boiled dumplings
to go
fàn
rice, a meal
25 terms
AP Language Vocabulary Lesson 12
Abridge
Alacrity
Antipathy
Augment
to shorten, to diminish
prompt and cheerful response
a dislike, distaste, or enmity
to make greater or to supplement
Abridge
to shorten, to diminish
Alacrity
prompt and cheerful response
25 terms
AP english language and composition lesson 12
Abridge
Alacrity
Antipathy
Augment
To shorten to dimished
Prompt and cheerful response
A dislike distatse or enmity
To make greater or to supplement
Abridge
To shorten to dimished
Alacrity
Prompt and cheerful response
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement, Lesson 12 - English 8
amiss
bewilderment
blunder
erroneous
wrong; faulty; out of proper order (adj.)... in a bad, defective…
the state of being puzzled or confused (n.)
a foolish or careless mistake (n.)... to move in a clumsy way (v.)
wrong; mistaken; false (adj.)
amiss
wrong; faulty; out of proper order (adj.)... in a bad, defective…
bewilderment
the state of being puzzled or confused (n.)
12 terms
English 11-2TP Lesson 12 Vocabulary
ac(u), acr (acid)
cap, (cip), capt (cept) (capture)
cred, credit (discredit)
cur(r), curs (cours) (concourse)
sharp
to take; to seize
to believe; to trust
to run; to go
ac(u), acr (acid)
sharp
cap, (cip), capt (cept) (capture)
to take; to seize
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