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15 terms
Master Harold Vocabulary
disconsolate
mirth
intrepid
vestiges
without consolation or comfort; unhappy
amusement, especially as expressed in laughter
fearless; adventurous
a trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exists
disconsolate
without consolation or comfort; unhappy
mirth
amusement, especially as expressed in laughter
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Master Harold Vocabulary
Compatriot
Deprivation
Pernicious
Chasm
Another person birn or living in ones own country
Condition of being kept from having or doing
That will destroy or ruin deadly
Any markted gap or break a wide difference of fellings or int…
Compatriot
Another person birn or living in ones own country
Deprivation
Condition of being kept from having or doing
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english master harold vocab
adamant
brusque
daunted
desolate
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
(adj.) short, abrupt, dismissive (The captain's brusque manne…
dismayed; disheartened; discouraged (made less courageous)... in…
(adj.) deserted, dreary, lifeless (She found the desolate lan…
adamant
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
brusque
(adj.) short, abrupt, dismissive (The captain's brusque manne…
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English vocab. -Master Harold...
Boet
Apartheid
Gramophone
Waltz
Brother or comrade
An official policy or racial segregation formerly practiced i…
A record player
A ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the f…
Boet
Brother or comrade
Apartheid
An official policy or racial segregation formerly practiced i…
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English: Master Harold: 11th
When was Master Harold written?
The British Empire wins a war and rule…
Gold is found and they use natives to…
Native Act
1982
Land owners force natives to be indentured servants
All buddies in the mines, but the gov. doesn't like that
only certain people can get into the city
When was Master Harold written?
1982
The British Empire wins a war and rule…
Land owners force natives to be indentured servants
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Master Harold... and the Boys English
The play takes place in the year
The three character are:
What is the first scene we see in the…
What is Willie's relationship to Hilda?
1950
Hally, Sam, Willie
The first scene we see is the St.Georges Park Tea Room. Sam a…
Ex lover, dance partner, baby mom
The play takes place in the year
1950
The three character are:
Hally, Sam, Willie
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RHYNER- Master Harold Vocabulary
Oscillate
Magnitude
Intrepid
Daunted
move or swing back and forth at a regular speed
the great size or extent of something
fearless
make someone feel intimidated
Oscillate
move or swing back and forth at a regular speed
Magnitude
the great size or extent of something
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Vocabulary For Master Harold and the boys
1. anticipation
2. intricate
3. reasonable
4. starch
an expectation
elaborate
practical or sane
stiffen (fabric or clothing)
1. anticipation
an expectation
2. intricate
elaborate
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Master Harold Vocabulary
Boet
Ja
Struesgod
wellfed
friend or comrade
yeah
It's true as god
welfare
Boet
friend or comrade
Ja
yeah
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Vocabulary-MasterHarold-Persepolis
adlibbed
daunted
bigotry
decadence
to improvise especially lines or a speech
afraid or less confident.
stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or op…
behavior that shows low morals and a great love of pleasure,…
adlibbed
to improvise especially lines or a speech
daunted
afraid or less confident.
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Master Harold Vocabulary
Oscillate
Magnitude
Intrepid
Daunted
move or swing back and forth at a regular speed
of great importance or size
fearless, adventurous
make someone feel intimidated or apprehensive
Oscillate
move or swing back and forth at a regular speed
Magnitude
of great importance or size
73 terms
"Master Harold"...and the boys vocabulary
ad-lib
falter
fare
reluctantly
(v) to make up words or music in aperformance instead of sayi…
(v) to feel doubt about doing something
(n) the money a person pays to travel on a bus, train, boat,…
(adv) feeling or showing doubt about doing something: not wil…
ad-lib
(v) to make up words or music in aperformance instead of sayi…
falter
(v) to feel doubt about doing something
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Master Harold Vocabulary
Intricate
Emphatically
Disconsolately
Relent
Careful, detailed
With emphasis; strongly
Unhappily
Give up
Intricate
Careful, detailed
Emphatically
With emphasis; strongly
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Master Harold Vocabulary
Solitary (3)
Abolished (18)
Oppression (18)
Visionary (21)
(Of a place) secluded or alone
Formally put an end to
Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control
(Especially of a person) thinking about or planning the futur…
Solitary (3)
(Of a place) secluded or alone
Abolished (18)
Formally put an end to
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MI Master Harold Vocabulary
Brusquely
Deportment
Disconsolately
Edifying
Short and abrupt particularly in speech
The manner in which one conducts oneself
Done in a cheerless manner
Spiritually instructive or inspiring
Brusquely
Short and abrupt particularly in speech
Deportment
The manner in which one conducts oneself
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Master Harold ... and the Boys Vocabulary
Adamant
Audacity
Brusquely
Chamber Pot
Unshakeable and insistent, especially in maintaining an opinion
The quality or state of being audacious; intrepid boldness. (…
Markedly short and abrupt; in s blunt, curt manner
A bedroom vessel for urination and defecation
Adamant
Unshakeable and insistent, especially in maintaining an opinion
Audacity
The quality or state of being audacious; intrepid boldness. (…
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"Master Harold" and the boys Vocabulary
conspiratorial
hysteria
magnitude
scalars
...
...
...
...
conspiratorial
...
hysteria
...
20 terms
Master Harold and the boys Vocabulary
adamant
Audacity
brusquely
chamber pot
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
willingness to take bold risks
abrupt in speech or manner
a bowl kept in the bathroom and used as a toilet
adamant
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
Audacity
willingness to take bold risks
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Vocabulary - Master Harold And The Boys
Opression (n)
Solitary (adj.)
Intricate (adj.)
Falter (v)
A form of cruel domination over a person or people
done without company, single, remote
containing many details, complex
to become unsure and hesitant, to move unsteadily
Opression (n)
A form of cruel domination over a person or people
Solitary (adj.)
done without company, single, remote
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Master Harold and the Boys Vocabulary
boet
apartheid
gramophone
waltz
Brother or comrade
An official policy of racial segregation formerly practiced i…
A record player
A ballroom dance in a triple time with a strong accent on the…
boet
Brother or comrade
apartheid
An official policy of racial segregation formerly practiced i…
25 terms
Master Harold and The Boys vocabulary
adamant
ag
Basuto
bigot
very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsider a…
Generally used at the beginning of a sentence, to express res…
The Sotho people are a Bantu ethnic group whose ancestors hav…
somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, religi…
adamant
very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsider a…
ag
Generally used at the beginning of a sentence, to express res…
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Master Harold & the Boys Vocabulary
emphatically
disconsolately
conspiratorial
oscillate
in a forceful way
characterized by rejection
act to do something evil or illegal
move or swing back and both at a regular speed
emphatically
in a forceful way
disconsolately
characterized by rejection
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Master Harold... and the Boys Vocabulary
magistrate
oscillate
magnitude
naught
court officer who administers the law
moving or swinging back and forth
size/importance
nothing
magistrate
court officer who administers the law
oscillate
moving or swinging back and forth
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Vocabulary: Master Harold... and the boys
ad-lib
falter
reluctantly
tease
improvise
feel doubt
not eager to do something
to laugh at and criticize in a friendly way
ad-lib
improvise
falter
feel doubt
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"Master Harold"... And the boys vocabulary
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
the expression of official approval of praise
to make easier or milder
a combination, union, or merger for some purpose
decline, decay, or deterioration
Approbation
the expression of official approval of praise
Assuage
to make easier or milder
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Master Harold... and the Boys English TEST
The play takes place in the year
The three character are:
What is the first scene we see in the…
What is Willie's relationship to Hilda?
1950
Hally, Sam, Willie
The first scene we see is the St.Georges Park Tea Room. Sam a…
Ex lover, dance partner, baby mom
The play takes place in the year
1950
The three character are:
Hally, Sam, Willie
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Vocabulary from "Master Harold" and the Boys
disconsolate
morbid
oscillate
mirthless
gloomy, dejected
preoccupied with unwholesome thoughts
to waver
humorless
disconsolate
gloomy, dejected
morbid
preoccupied with unwholesome thoughts
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English 2 Master Harold Vocab
The inquisition
Conspiratorial
Undeterred
Scoff
A period of torture inflicted on people who did no want to be…
Of or relating to a conspiracy
Keep going with something despite setback. ... Determined
Speak to someone or about something in a mocking way
The inquisition
A period of torture inflicted on people who did no want to be…
Conspiratorial
Of or relating to a conspiracy
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English Master Harold and the boys Vocab
Intricate
Quickstep
Gramophone
Conspiratorial
Complex; Complicated
A lively combination of steps in ballroom dancing
A phonograph (any sound-producing machine that uses records)…
An evil plan formulated in secret by two or more persons (sne…
Intricate
Complex; Complicated
Quickstep
A lively combination of steps in ballroom dancing
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English Vocab Master Harold and the Boys
Adamant
Ag
Basuto
Bigot
Def: very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsi…
Def: Generally used at the beginning of a sentence, to expres…
Def: the Sotho people (Basotho or Basuto) are a Bantu ethnic…
Def: somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, r…
Adamant
Def: very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsi…
Ag
Def: Generally used at the beginning of a sentence, to expres…
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English II - Master Harold and The Boys
Themes
Motifs:
Harold
Sam
• Racism ... • Pride vs. Humility ... • Delayed Anger ... • Education…
• Books ... • Kite ... • Phone Calls ... • Jukebox... • Bench ... • Dancing
strong, holds feelings back, white, student, pedantic (showy…
smart, black, genuine, older, close relationship with Hallie,…
Themes
• Racism ... • Pride vs. Humility ... • Delayed Anger ... • Education…
Motifs:
• Books ... • Kite ... • Phone Calls ... • Jukebox... • Bench ... • Dancing
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English_Master Harold... And the Boys Vocab
Adamant
Bigot
Certified
Daunting
very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsider a…
somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, religi…
Crazy
likely to discourage, intimidate, or frighten somebody
Adamant
very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsider a…
Bigot
somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, religi…
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Drama Workshop English Vocab-Master Harold & the boys
Anticipation
Intricate
Reasonable
Starch
an expectation
elaborate
not excessive
a commercial preparation of starch that is used to stiffen fa…
Anticipation
an expectation
Intricate
elaborate
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Master Harold... and the boys Vocabulary (1-10)
intricate
quickstep
gramophone
conspiratorial
adjective - very complicated or detailed
noun, verb - a dance similar to a foxtrot, used when marching…
noun - old-fashioned term for record player
adjective - relating to an evil, unlawful plan formulated in…
intricate
adjective - very complicated or detailed
quickstep
noun, verb - a dance similar to a foxtrot, used when marching…
15 terms
Vocabulary from "Master Harold" and the Boys
Disconsolate
Morbid
Oscillate
Mirthless
Gloomy, dejected
Preoccupied with unwholesome thoughts
To waver
Humorless
Disconsolate
Gloomy, dejected
Morbid
Preoccupied with unwholesome thoughts
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English Paper 2 Comparative- Crucible and Master Harold
Point 1 Q1 Crucible
Point 1 Q2 Crucible
Point 1 Q1 Master Harold
Point 1 Q2 Master Harold
"I saw Sarah Good with the Devil! I saw Goody Osburn with the…
"Thomas, Thomas, I pray you, leap not to witchcraft. I know t…
"Sam! Willie! [Grabs his ruler and gives Willie a vicious wha…
"Anybody who thinks there's nothing wrong with this world nee…
Point 1 Q1 Crucible
"I saw Sarah Good with the Devil! I saw Goody Osburn with the…
Point 1 Q2 Crucible
"Thomas, Thomas, I pray you, leap not to witchcraft. I know t…
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English Paper 2 Master Harold Quotes
Stage Directions
tugging
(Quietly)
Odd couple
Right, so much for stage directions. Now the characters -27
Suddenly there was something alive behind me at the end of a…
(Quietly) I had work to do, Hally -30
Little white boy in short trousers and a black man old enough…
Stage Directions
Right, so much for stage directions. Now the characters -27
tugging
Suddenly there was something alive behind me at the end of a…
54 terms
English Exam Semester 2: Master Harold and the Boys
The 3 Characters are
Who is Athol Fugard?
When is Athol born?
Setting of the story
Sam, Willie, Hally
White South African writer
1932
1950
The 3 Characters are
Sam, Willie, Hally
Who is Athol Fugard?
White South African writer
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English test on Master Harold and the Boys
Apartheid
Port Elizabeth
play took place in
ANC or African National Congress
was a system of laws put in place by the... white-minority gover…
the poorest area of black south americans among six major urb…
1950
is South Africa's governing party and has been in power since…
Apartheid
was a system of laws put in place by the... white-minority gover…
Port Elizabeth
the poorest area of black south americans among six major urb…
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Master Harold... and the boys Vocabulary (11-20)
abolish
flotsam
jetsam
edifying
verb - formally put an end to
noun - the wreckage of a ship or its cargo found floating on…
noun - unwanted materials or goods that have been thrown over…
adjective - providing moral or intellectual instruction
abolish
verb - formally put an end to
flotsam
noun - the wreckage of a ship or its cargo found floating on…
13 terms
Master Harold... and the Boys 1-20 Vocabulary
Mental Pollution
Lame
Discharge
Oscillate
When your mind is dirty and polluted with garbage that isn't…
Unable to walk; Injured
The action of discharging someone from a hospital or from a j…
Move back and forth physically or waver between opinions and…
Mental Pollution
When your mind is dirty and polluted with garbage that isn't…
Lame
Unable to walk; Injured
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English "Master Harold" Flash Cards 01/07/2016
Costume
Characterization
Lighting
Music/Sound
Definition: a set of clothes from a particular culture or his…
Definition: the process of a writer revealing the personality…
Definition: equipment at home, a studio, or a professional en…
Definition: vibrations that travel through the air or another…
Costume
Definition: a set of clothes from a particular culture or his…
Characterization
Definition: the process of a writer revealing the personality…
313 terms
english exam scheidegger ALL (Anthem, LOTF, & Master Harold)
anthem: What is the "blackest" transgr…
anthem: Where is the narrator when the…
anthem: What is the narrator's name?
anthem: How old is the narrator?
doing things alone
a dark tunnel
equality-72521
21
anthem: What is the "blackest" transgr…
doing things alone
anthem: Where is the narrator when the…
a dark tunnel
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HL English Novel Discussion Questions (Master Harold & the Boys)
Titles are often important as hints to…
How is dance used as a motif in the pl…
Phone calls play an important part of…
Respond to the "spit."
Master Harold is important and the Boys is an afterthought... -M…
The perfect dance represents a harmonious society with whites…
2nd phone call... -started out with his mom talking about how hi…
-Hally was mocking his father with jokes... -Hally: Sam you have…
Titles are often important as hints to…
Master Harold is important and the Boys is an afterthought... -M…
How is dance used as a motif in the pl…
The perfect dance represents a harmonious society with whites…
313 terms
english exam scheidegger ALL (Anthem, LOTF, & Master Harold)
anthem: What is the "blackest" transgr…
anthem: Where is the narrator when the…
anthem: What is the narrator's name?
anthem: How old is the narrator?
doing things alone
a dark tunnel
equality-72521
21
anthem: What is the "blackest" transgr…
doing things alone
anthem: Where is the narrator when the…
a dark tunnel
20 terms
Master Harold and the Boys Vocabulary ( All Definitions Are From Dictionary.com)
disconsolately (adv)
gramophone (n)
oscillate (v)
Scalars (n)
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
a device used to play the sounds of music as written on recor…
to vary or vacillate between differing beliefs, opinions, con…
quantities that have only a magnitude (does not include direc…
disconsolately (adv)
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
gramophone (n)
a device used to play the sounds of music as written on recor…
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Things Fall Apart, Master Harold .. and the boys, and Telephone Conversation Vocabulary
dowry
polygamy
polytheism
monotheism
for the husband family ... similar to a bride price in TFA
having more than one wife ... Old Testament
belief in many gods
belief in only one god
dowry
for the husband family ... similar to a bride price in TFA
polygamy
having more than one wife ... Old Testament
98 terms
English Vocabulary Master Test
abjure
abrasive
accede
acclimate
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down;(n…
(v.) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity
(v.) to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation
abjure
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
abrasive
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down;(n…
25 terms
English Master Vocabulary 1
affable
alludes
anarchist
aphorism
friendly and easy to talk to
to refer casually or indirectly
a person who believes that the government and laws are not ne…
a short phrase that expresses a true or wild idea
affable
friendly and easy to talk to
alludes
to refer casually or indirectly
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english vocabulary master list
furtive
feign
seethe
dogged
attempting to avoid notice or attention
to pretend to be affected by an emotion or feeling
be filled with intense and repressed anger
grim persistance, determination
furtive
attempting to avoid notice or attention
feign
to pretend to be affected by an emotion or feeling
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