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Vocabulary words 4 (English 1-Dawson)
Assuage (v)
Audacious (adj)
Circumspect (adj)
Condone (v)
To make something unpleasant less severe; to reduce severity
Fearless and daring
Cautious; aware of potential consequences
To overlook harden; or disregard
Assuage (v)
To make something unpleasant less severe; to reduce severity
Audacious (adj)
Fearless and daring
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English vocabulary words chapters 3 and 4
acclaim
adjacent
elicit
engross
praise
close
to bring out
to hold interest of
acclaim
praise
adjacent
close
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English Vocabulary 4
wrought
negligence
ass
unconventional
caused sth to happen especially a change
the failure to give sb/sth enough care or attention
a donkey (also arse SLANG)
not following what is done or considered normal or acceptable…
wrought
caused sth to happen especially a change
negligence
the failure to give sb/sth enough care or attention
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AP English Vocabulary Words Lesson #4
Epistolary
Epigraph
Juxtaposition
Motif
A piece of literature contained in or carried on by letters.
Quote set at the beginning of a literary work.
The placing of two items side by side to create a effect , re…
Recurrent device , formula , or situation that serves as a si…
Epistolary
A piece of literature contained in or carried on by letters.
Epigraph
Quote set at the beginning of a literary work.
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AP English Vocabulary Words Week #4
August
Diaphanous
Disinterment
Estuary
Def: Respected and dignified ... POS: Adj... Syn:
Def: Cloth that is very thin and light ... POS: Adj... Syn: delicat…
Def: To dig up or remove from a grave ... POS: Verb... Syn: unearth
Def: An area where the river flows into the sea ... POS: Noun... Sy…
August
Def: Respected and dignified ... POS: Adj... Syn:
Diaphanous
Def: Cloth that is very thin and light ... POS: Adj... Syn: delicat…
Vocabulary List 4 - English 9
Adversity
Confidence
Beacon
Stability
period of hardship, times are tough
trust or faith, believing in something
a device that guides you, you follow it
always stays the same, very steady
Adversity
period of hardship, times are tough
Confidence
trust or faith, believing in something
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English 4- unit six vocabulary
Abject
Agnostic
Complicity
Derelict
Degraded; base; contemptible; cringing, cervile, complete and…
One who believes that nothing can be known about God; a skept…
Involvement of wrong doing the state of being an accomplice
Someone or something that is abandoned or neglected; left aba…
Abject
Degraded; base; contemptible; cringing, cervile, complete and…
Agnostic
One who believes that nothing can be known about God; a skept…
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English World 4 Unit 1 vocabulary
act
acted
against
answer
to be a person or an animal in a play or film... We are going to…
act (V2)
in competition with... Red team is playing __________ blue team.
to reply to a question... Everyone got the right __________s on…
act
to be a person or an animal in a play or film... We are going to…
acted
act (V2)
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English Group 4 Words - DeLandri
epidemic
epidermis
epitome
epilogue
a widespread disease
the outer layer of skin
a person that is an example of a quality
a section at the end of a book or play that concludes what ha…
epidemic
a widespread disease
epidermis
the outer layer of skin
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Vocabulary English 1 8.4
mollify
MOLL
ichthyologist
ICHTHY
to soften, make less rigid
SOFT
scientist who studies fish or sea life
FISH
mollify
to soften, make less rigid
MOLL
SOFT
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English 4 Unit 2 Vocabulary
incontrovertible
integrity
plausible
substantiated
adjective... not open to question; indisputable
noun... trustworthiness; morality; honesty
adjective... seemingly valid or acceptable; credible
verb... supported with proof or evidence; verified
incontrovertible
adjective... not open to question; indisputable
integrity
noun... trustworthiness; morality; honesty
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English 4 - Unit 16 - Vocabulary 2
buy some food
buy some medicine
buy some chocolate
see the animals
mua đồ ăn
mua thuốc
mua sô cô la
xem động vật
buy some food
mua đồ ăn
buy some medicine
mua thuốc
Vocabulary #4 (English 3)
a- [an-]
il-
im- [in-]
ir-
not, without
not
not
not
a- [an-]
not, without
il-
not
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English Vocabulary: Unit 4 Words (Definitions)
atrophy
bastion
concord
consummate
(n.) the wasting away of a body or organ tissue; any progress…
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
(n.) a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact…
(adj.) complete or perfect in the highest degree; (v.) to bri…
atrophy
(n.) the wasting away of a body or organ tissue; any progress…
bastion
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
Vocabulary Words English 4/18/16
Obligation
Hearty
Recuperation
Isolated
duty
warm
getting well
placed apart
Obligation
duty
Hearty
warm
English Sat Vocabulary Words Week 4-6
extraneuos (adj)
impalpable (adj)
inconsequential (adj)
modicum (n)
unneeded; irrelevant
not able to be understood or grasped
lacking importance; insignificant
a small amount; bit
extraneuos (adj)
unneeded; irrelevant
impalpable (adj)
not able to be understood or grasped
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English 4 Unit 1 Vocabulary
assertion
cohesive
eloquence
implication
(noun) a declaration or statement or claim
(adjective) the condition of sticking together
(noun) the ability to speak vividly or persuasively... *the way…
(noun) the act of suggesting or hinting
assertion
(noun) a declaration or statement or claim
cohesive
(adjective) the condition of sticking together
english week 4 vocabulary -- root words
a
equi
ment
pel
from, not
equal
an act
drive
a
from, not
equi
equal
English Vocabulary words lessons 4 and 5
Acclaim
Bedraggled
Cryptic
Ebb
v. to approve or praise loudly... n. enthusiastic approval
Wet and filthy, as though having been dragged through mud
Having a hidden or secret meaning
v. To flow or fall back as, the tide... n. A period of decline
Acclaim
v. to approve or praise loudly... n. enthusiastic approval
Bedraggled
Wet and filthy, as though having been dragged through mud
English IV--Vocabulary 4
catharsis
internecine
inundate
risible
a release of emotional tension
mutually destructive
to overwhelm; to fill beyond capacity
relating to laughter; laughable
catharsis
a release of emotional tension
internecine
mutually destructive
Vocabulary Words For Gholdoian Class English 4
Slander
coax
spiteful
vigilant
-lie -rumor -scandal
persuade, influence, talk into
nasty, evil, and mean
cautious, alert, and observant
Slander
-lie -rumor -scandal
coax
persuade, influence, talk into
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English 11 SAT Vocabulary Words 4
Catharsis
Citadel
Caucus
Cerebral
An emotional or psychological cleansing that brings relief or…
A fortress overlooking a city, a stronghold
A meeting of members of a political party to make decisions
Of or relating to the brain or the intellect
Catharsis
An emotional or psychological cleansing that brings relief or…
Citadel
A fortress overlooking a city, a stronghold
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English Chapters 4-6 Vocabulary Words
acquesced
condone
aversion
spasmatically
to speak or assent tacitly
to overlook or discard
a strong dislike for something
done in brief, short burst
acquesced
to speak or assent tacitly
condone
to overlook or discard
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English Vocabulary 4
adultery
adumbrate
advanced
advantage
...
...
...
...
adultery
...
adumbrate
...
English Hamlet Vocabulary Words P4
quagmire
retrograde
rivals
rouse
(n.) an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields und…
(adj.) moving backward; inverse or reversed; exhibiting degen…
(n.) a person who is competing for the same object or goal as…
(v. [with object]) to bring out of a state of sleep, unconsci…
quagmire
(n.) an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields und…
retrograde
(adj.) moving backward; inverse or reversed; exhibiting degen…
English vocabulary words lessons 3&4
symposium
foreshadow
scrutinizing
evasive
a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collection o…
to indicate or suggest beforehand, to give a warning of
to examine closely or critically
avoiding by cleverness; not straightforward,; misleading
symposium
a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collection o…
foreshadow
to indicate or suggest beforehand, to give a warning of
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Honors English 3-4/All Vocabulary Words
Augment
Saturnine
Insidious
Opulent
V. to make larger, increase... S - supplement, amplify... A - decre…
adj. stern, unyielding, gloomy, ill-humored... S - harsh bleak,…
adj. intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous... S: cunni…
adj. wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose... S: rich, plentiful,…
Augment
V. to make larger, increase... S - supplement, amplify... A - decre…
Saturnine
adj. stern, unyielding, gloomy, ill-humored... S - harsh bleak,…
Vocabulary Words For Gholdoian Class English 4
Slander
coax
spiteful
vigilant
-lie -rumor -scandal
persuade, influence, talk into
nasty, evil, and mean
cautious, alert, and observant
Slander
-lie -rumor -scandal
coax
persuade, influence, talk into
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English 4- Unit 3 Vocabulary
despotic
disdain
disdain
haughty
adjective... Exercising absolute and... oppressive power; tyrannical
noun... a feeling of strong dislike or... disapproval (contempt) of…
verb... to strongly dislike or... disapprove of someone or something
adjective... Blatantly proud; having or... showing the insulting at…
despotic
adjective... Exercising absolute and... oppressive power; tyrannical
disdain
noun... a feeling of strong dislike or... disapproval (contempt) of…
English Poetry Vocabulary Words : 4/6/2016
A figure of speech in which a word or…
Something used for or regarded to as r…
A figure of speech involving the compa…
The explicit or direct meanings of a w…
Metaphor
Symbol
Simile
Denotation
A figure of speech in which a word or…
Metaphor
Something used for or regarded to as r…
Symbol
English ch. 3 and 4 Vocabulary Words
venerable
anarchy
inebriated
mediocre
old in a respective way
chaos
drunk
okay, not that great
venerable
old in a respective way
anarchy
chaos
English Vocabulary Words 4.29.16
Abyss
Stolid
Condescend
Wistful
Deep hole
Calm
Superiority
Longing
Abyss
Deep hole
Stolid
Calm
English words 4.4
Toegang krijgen tot
Toegeven
Aandacht
Fantastisch
Access
Admit
Attention
Brilliant
Toegang krijgen tot
Access
Toegeven
Admit
English IV Week 4 Vocabulary Words
Desecrate
Deter
Digress
Discern
To contaminate/ destroy that which is holy or sacred
Prevent
To wander away from the main topic or purpose in speaking or…
To judge or infer keenly
Desecrate
To contaminate/ destroy that which is holy or sacred
Deter
Prevent
English 9B WK 4 Vocabulary Words
Intervene
Intermittent
Intermediary
Austere
Definition: come between... Speech: Verb... Sentence: The needle in…
Definition: occurring at irregular intervals; not continuous…
Definition: a person who acts as a link between people in ord…
Definition: severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearan…
Intervene
Definition: come between... Speech: Verb... Sentence: The needle in…
Intermittent
Definition: occurring at irregular intervals; not continuous…
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English 9 Medrano Vocabulary 4 Roots / Words
Circuitous
Circumscribe
Circumspect
Metamorphosis
Being or taking a roundabout lengthy course
To draw a line around something
A cautious amount of consequences or circumstances.
A transformation
Circuitous
Being or taking a roundabout lengthy course
Circumscribe
To draw a line around something
English Vocabulary Words 4/25/2016
bard
condoning
edifice
germane
a poet
overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
building; structure; construction
relevant
bard
a poet
condoning
overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
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Honors English 4 Unit 2 Vocabulary Words
Buoy (v)
Convivial (adj.)
Gala (adj.)
Chagrin (n)
Keep afloat; raise the spirits of; encourage
Fond of eating and drinking with friends; sociable
Characterized by festivity
Embarrassment; mortification; disappointment
Buoy (v)
Keep afloat; raise the spirits of; encourage
Convivial (adj.)
Fond of eating and drinking with friends; sociable
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Honors English 4 Unit 2 Vocabulary Words
Buoy
Convivial
Gala
Chagrin
To keep afloat; raise the spirits of; encourage
Fond of eating and drinking with friends; sociable
Characterized by festivity
Embarrassment; mortification; disappointment
Buoy
To keep afloat; raise the spirits of; encourage
Convivial
Fond of eating and drinking with friends; sociable
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English vocabulary words April 4. 2016
venerable
spectacles
renounce
raucous
deserving respect because of age, character, or importance
eyeglasses
to give up
loud and harsh sounding
venerable
deserving respect because of age, character, or importance
spectacles
eyeglasses
English 10 vocabulary word group 4
Debilitate verb
Depreciate verb
Diatribe noun
Dogmatic adjective
To make (someone) weak or infirm; enfeeble; cripple.
To diminish in value over time; to disparage our belittle; lo…
A forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or someth…
Inclined to lay down principles as incontrovertibly true; aut…
Debilitate verb
To make (someone) weak or infirm; enfeeble; cripple.
Depreciate verb
To diminish in value over time; to disparage our belittle; lo…
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Honors English 4 Unit 1 Vocabulary Words
Ameliorate
Amelioration
Unwieldy
Unwieldiness
Become better; make better; improve
Improvement
Hard to wield (handle) because of size or weight; unmanageabl…
Bulkiness
Ameliorate
Become better; make better; improve
Amelioration
Improvement
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English 4 Vocabulary Words (36-72)
Nonpareil
Mischance
Gory
Weal
(adj) matchless, unequal
(noun) bad luck, Missed chance
(adj) Bloody, covered with blood
(noun) well-being, prosperity
Nonpareil
(adj) matchless, unequal
Mischance
(noun) bad luck, Missed chance
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Honors English 4 Unit 1 Vocabulary Words
Ameliorate
Amelioration
Unwieldy
Unwieldiness
Became better; make better; improve
Improvement
Hard to wield because of size of weight; unmanageable; bulky;…
Bulkiness
Ameliorate
Became better; make better; improve
Amelioration
Improvement
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English VI - All Vocabulary Words 4
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery.
A natural talent.
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something.
A welcome gift or blessing.
Amputate
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery.
Aptitude
A natural talent.
english vocabulary words 4-15-16
gadulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful;deceitful,…
to make larger, increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
gadulterate
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well; very skillful;deceitful,…
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English Vocabulary words "Historical Background" #4
milieu
aesthetic
revere
spontaneity
the social environment that you live or work in.
concerned with beauty and art and the understanding of beauti…
to feel great respect or admiration for somebody/something.
the quality of being spontaneous.
milieu
the social environment that you live or work in.
aesthetic
concerned with beauty and art and the understanding of beauti…
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English 10 Vocabulary List 4
credible
impoverished
perverse
ambiguous
(adj) believable, reliable, trustworthy
( adj) poor; desperately lacking in financial resources or ma…
(adj) stubbornly opposing what is right, good or moral
(adj) not clear; indefinite; vague
credible
(adj) believable, reliable, trustworthy
impoverished
( adj) poor; desperately lacking in financial resources or ma…
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English 9A Vocabulary Words 3+4
Defile
Entice
Meditate
Undergo
To make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a reputation
To attract; to tempt; to lure
To think quietly and deeply; to make a plan
To endure; to experience
Defile
To make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a reputation
Entice
To attract; to tempt; to lure
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