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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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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 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
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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
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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 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…
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English 4 Vocabulary #5
poignant
progeny
mundane
copious
painfully felt; emotionally touching; pointed; sharp
children; offspring; descendents
ordinary; commonplace; of this world
abundant; plentiful; full of information; wordy
poignant
painfully felt; emotionally touching; pointed; sharp
progeny
children; offspring; descendents
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English Vocabulary Words 4.29.16
Abyss
Stolid
Condescend
Wistful
Deep hole
Calm
Superiority
Longing
Abyss
Deep hole
Stolid
Calm
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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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Unit 8 Vocabulary Words (English) Bell 4
Animosity
Apathy
Apprehensive
Commend
(noun) strong dislike; bitter hostility
(noun) A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
(adjective) Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
(verb) to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of a…
Animosity
(noun) strong dislike; bitter hostility
Apathy
(noun) A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
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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
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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
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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
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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…
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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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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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 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,…
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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.
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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. 4/5/15
Adulterate:
Ambidextrous:
Augment:
Bereft:
To corrupt or contaminate.
Able to use both hands equally.
To make larger.
Deprived, make unhappy through a loss.
Adulterate:
To corrupt or contaminate.
Ambidextrous:
Able to use both hands equally.
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English Vocabulary Words 2/4/16
(noun)- a solid or semisolid flamable…
(noun)- an anchored float serving as a…
(noun)- a church house provided for a…
(noun)- a depraved, unprincipled, or w…
resin
buoys
parsonage
reprobates
(noun)- a solid or semisolid flamable…
resin
(noun)- an anchored float serving as a…
buoys
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MORE! 4 Unit 9 words (English - English)
wedding dress
wedding suit
bride
bridegroom
Hochzeitskleid... what a woman wears for her wedding
what a man wears for his wedding
a woman who is getting married
a man who is getting married
wedding dress
Hochzeitskleid... what a woman wears for her wedding
wedding suit
what a man wears for his wedding
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English (Hot Words) Vocabulary List #4
pithy
diffuse
contemptuous
hackneyed
brief and full of meaning
spread out, not concise, wordy
lacking respect, scornful
made commonplace by overuse
pithy
brief and full of meaning
diffuse
spread out, not concise, wordy
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English words 4
recovering
isolated
especially
left out.
видужувати, відновлювати
ізольований
особливо
відкинутий
recovering
видужувати, відновлювати
isolated
ізольований
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English Vocabulary Words- 4/19/15
peevish
diminution
salvo
yearned
(adj) easily irriatated
(n) a decreasing or lessening
(n) a simultaneous discharge of guns or cannons
(v) to desire intensely
peevish
(adj) easily irriatated
diminution
(n) a decreasing or lessening
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AP English Rhetorical Vocabulary Words #4
impartial
imperious
inane
insipid
treating with equality
having or showing the proud and unpleasant attitude of people…
stupid or silly
dull or boring
impartial
treating with equality
imperious
having or showing the proud and unpleasant attitude of people…
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English 3 Vocabulary Words 4-6
Relinquish
Impetuous
Maudlin
Berate
To surrender (something); give (something) up
Done or acting in a hurry, with little thought; impulsive
Tearfully sentimental; overly emotional
To criticize or scold harshly
Relinquish
To surrender (something); give (something) up
Impetuous
Done or acting in a hurry, with little thought; impulsive
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Vocabulary Words Week 4- English Honors
Aggrandize
Inscrutable
Archetype
Erudite
to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up or in…
(adj.) incapable of being understood; impossible to see throu…
an original model after which similar things are patterned; a…
Learned, scholarly, bookish,boorish, pedantic
Aggrandize
to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up or in…
Inscrutable
(adj.) incapable of being understood; impossible to see throu…
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english words (4)
host family
treat
encourage
bake
A family that looks after foreign students when they come to…
Provide someone with (food, drink, or entertainment) at one's…
To persuade someone positively
To cook in an oven
host family
A family that looks after foreign students when they come to…
treat
Provide someone with (food, drink, or entertainment) at one's…
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English Vocab 4 Words
Elude
Fallow
Blight
Obsequy
To escape notice; to get away from
Inactive; unproductive
Anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
A funeral rite or ceremony
Elude
To escape notice; to get away from
Fallow
Inactive; unproductive
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English 12 Vocabulary - Week 4 Words
Approbation
Benighted
Bourgeois
Credo
praise, Compliment
Unenlightened, ignorant
Middle class, average
A strong held belief
Approbation
praise, Compliment
Benighted
Unenlightened, ignorant
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English 9 General Vocabulary 4
citadel
emissary
entice
garb
(n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any stron…
(n.) a messenger or representative, an agent
(v.) to attract, tempt; to lure
(n.) clothing or outfit; (v.) to dress
citadel
(n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any stron…
emissary
(n.) a messenger or representative, an agent
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Vocabulary 3 English 4
Circumnavigate
Enervate
Evanescent
Fatuous
To go completely around
To weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigor of;…
Tending to disappear like vapor; vanishing
Stupid or foolish in a self-satisfied way
Circumnavigate
To go completely around
Enervate
To weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigor of;…
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English 9 Vocabulary List 4
immure
maritime
motley
regal
to imprison
oceans, having to do with the sea
made of different things
luxurious, suitable for a king
immure
to imprison
maritime
oceans, having to do with the sea
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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
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English 12-Vocabulary #4
actuality
justification
adolescent
inhibited
reality; fact
proof of rightness; fairness
between puberty and maturity; youthful
discouraged by social conventions; restrained
actuality
reality; fact
justification
proof of rightness; fairness
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English Vocabulary Volume 4 Words 11-20
Incantation
Assuage
Insuperable
Assiduous
a chant
to soothe (relieve)
incapable of being overcome or solved
hardworking (busy)
Incantation
a chant
Assuage
to soothe (relieve)
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English Vocabulary - Set 4
source
setting
title
example
a book, document, person, website or record that provides inf…
the time and place in which the story take place
a name given to a book
a piece of information that demonstrates a bigger idea in a s…
source
a book, document, person, website or record that provides inf…
setting
the time and place in which the story take place
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Vocabulary Words #2 English 4/27/16
Redeemed
Surplus
Survey
Garnished
brought back (verb)
extra amount (noun)
inspect (verb)
decorated (verb)
Redeemed
brought back (verb)
Surplus
extra amount (noun)
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English Vocabulary Volume 4 Words 1-10
lethargy
recondite
conspicuous
archaic
sluggishness (laziness)
hard to understand (over one's head)
standing out (obvious)
outdated
lethargy
sluggishness (laziness)
recondite
hard to understand (over one's head)
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English Vocabulary 4
sight
Trafalgar Square
Convert Garden
tube
Sehenswürdigkeit
berühmter Platz in London
Platz in London
Name der Londoner U-Bahn (Wörtlich: Röhre)
sight
Sehenswürdigkeit
Trafalgar Square
berühmter Platz in London
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100 vocabulary words to know: English 4
belie
circumlocution
deciduous
lexicon
to give false representation, misinterpret, contradict
use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
shedding or losing foliage at the end of a growing season
a dictionary; stock of terms used in profession, subject, or…
belie
to give false representation, misinterpret, contradict
circumlocution
use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
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Vocabulary 2 English 4
Auspicious
Churlish
Diffident
Impeach
attended by favorable circumstances
lacking politeness or good manners; rude
shy, lacking self-confidence; modest, reserved
bring an accusation against
Auspicious
attended by favorable circumstances
Churlish
lacking politeness or good manners; rude
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English II Honors - Group 4 Vocabulary Words
Allay
Byline
Demur
Exacerbate
(v.) to lessen
(n.) the line that tells you who wrote an article
(v.) hesitate, refuse
(v.) make worse
Allay
(v.) to lessen
Byline
(n.) the line that tells you who wrote an article
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English 103-Medical Vocabulary Words-Week #4
Fontanel
Gallbladder
Glaucoma
Hemiplegic
A space covered by tough membranes between the bones of an in…
A pear-shaped excretory sac lodged in a fossa on the visceral…
An abnormal condition of elevated pressure within the eye
Paralysis on one side of the body
Fontanel
A space covered by tough membranes between the bones of an in…
Gallbladder
A pear-shaped excretory sac lodged in a fossa on the visceral…
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Modified English 10.4 Root Vocabulary Words
Hyperbolic
Innocuous
Intermittent
Multivalent
Exaggerated
Not harmful or offensive
Occurring at irregular intervals
Many uses
Hyperbolic
Exaggerated
Innocuous
Not harmful or offensive
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