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Spelling/Vocabulary #3 / Minnix / English and Reading
protagonist
antagonist
irony
tone
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
someone who opposes; an adversary
an expression that normally signifies the opposite in meaning
the author's attitude toward the subject(writing); it can be…
protagonist
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
antagonist
someone who opposes; an adversary
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Reading Vocabulary-Spelling Words
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc...
to cheer, to stimulate, to enliven
to free from blame
excessive, exceeding the normal or reasonable amount of somet…
Excerpt
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc...
Exhilarate
to cheer, to stimulate, to enliven
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English and Reading vocabulary words
antagonist
antagonize
antibiotic
antidote
a person who struggles against in a contest
the act of incurring or provoking hostility
a substance produced by a microorganism that destroys other h…
a medicine that counteracts poison or disease. Also, somethin…
antagonist
a person who struggles against in a contest
antagonize
the act of incurring or provoking hostility
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Spelling/Vocabulary English Words
Prose
Drama
Poetry
Meter
written or spoken language in its original form
a play for theater, tv, or radio
literary work in which special intensity is given to the expr…
a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Prose
written or spoken language in its original form
Drama
a play for theater, tv, or radio
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Spelling/Vocabulary #3 / Minnix / English and Reading
protagonist
antagonist
irony
tone
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
someone who opposes; an adversary
an expression that normally signifies the opposite in meaning
the author's attitude toward the subject(writing); it can be…
protagonist
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
antagonist
someone who opposes; an adversary
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Reading/English Vocabulary Words
Abate
Abet
Abhor
Banal
To decrease; to recede.
To aid; to act as an accomplice.
To detest; to loathe.
Commonplace; boring.
Abate
To decrease; to recede.
Abet
To aid; to act as an accomplice.
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English vocabulary spelling words
homonym
gazetteer
phonetics
abridged
a word that sounds the same as another
a dictionary of places
the study of language sounds
shortened
homonym
a word that sounds the same as another
gazetteer
a dictionary of places
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English Vocabulary and Spelling Words
antisocial
association
dissociate
society
adj. 2.Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. ... 2. Ha…
n. 1. A club, society, or organization of people with similar…
v. To break the ties between, separate from, stop associating…
n. 1. People, human beings living and working as a group or a…
antisocial
adj. 2.Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. ... 2. Ha…
association
n. 1. A club, society, or organization of people with similar…
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English- Spelling & Vocabulary words (List #1)
analyze
cite
distinguish
support
to examine text in great detail in order to understand it bet…
to quote; to mention from a piece of text for support or proof.
to recognize as distinct or different; to set apart as differ…
to give strength to a point or argument; to give aid or help.
analyze
to examine text in great detail in order to understand it bet…
cite
to quote; to mention from a piece of text for support or proof.
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English Vocabulary Word and Spelling Words
Covet... adj). Covetous
Cranny
Crucial
Curry
To have an eager desire for something thay belongs to another…
A small, narrow opening; crevice, crack, chink
Very important; critical; decisive ... adv). Crucially
To try to win favor by flattery
Covet... adj). Covetous
To have an eager desire for something thay belongs to another…
Cranny
A small, narrow opening; crevice, crack, chink
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4000 English Words for an Educated Vocabulary - "D"
dab
dais
dally
dank
touch lightly
platform
procrastinate, linger
cold and damp
dab
touch lightly
dais
platform
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English- Spelling & Vocabulary words (List #1)
analyze
cite
distinguish
support
to examine something in great detail in order to understand i…
to quote; to mention in support or proof
to recognize as distinct or different; to set apart as differ…
to give strength to; to give aid in favor
analyze
to examine something in great detail in order to understand i…
cite
to quote; to mention in support or proof
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4000 English Words for an Educated Vocabulary - "E"
ebb
ebullient
eccentric
ecclesiastical
recede
exuberant
odd, weird
churchly
ebb
recede
ebullient
exuberant
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4000 English Words for an Educated Vocabulary - "G"
gaffe
gainful
gainsay
galvanize
embarrassing mistake
profitable
contradict
excite to action
gaffe
embarrassing mistake
gainful
profitable
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4000 English Words for an Educated Vocabulary - "F"
fabrication
facade
facet
facetious
a lie
mask, front of a building
aspect
joking, sarcastic
fabrication
a lie
facade
mask, front of a building
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AP English Vocabulary Reading Words
zealots
paramount
oratory
impotent
a fanatic, a person who is enthusiastic of their pol, del, id…
more important than anything else
a small chapel especially used for private worship
weak, lacking power or ability
zealots
a fanatic, a person who is enthusiastic of their pol, del, id…
paramount
more important than anything else
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English Summer Reading Vocabulary Words
Façade
Affront
Inscrutable
Haughty
A false superficial or artificial apperence or effect
To insult especially to the face by behavior or language
Not readily investigated, interpreted, or understood
Blatantly and disdainfully proud
Façade
A false superficial or artificial apperence or effect
Affront
To insult especially to the face by behavior or language
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English Vocabulary #14 + Spelling Words
inalienable
voluminous
satiate
dissect
natural to
large
fill completely
cut apart
inalienable
natural to
voluminous
large
English Vocabulary #14 + Spelling Words
ALIEN
CELER
CUMB, CUB
FIX
of another
swift
to lie down
to fix; to fasten
ALIEN
of another
CELER
swift
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English Vocabulary #14 and the Spelling Words
ALIEN
CELER
CUMB, CUB
FIX
of another
swift
to lie down
to fix; to fasten
ALIEN
of another
CELER
swift
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English Vocabulary + Spelling Words #9
AMB(I)
AUD, AUDIT
CORP, CORPOR (CORPUS)
FLU, FLUX
both
to hear
body
to flow
AMB(I)
both
AUD, AUDIT
to hear
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English test vocabulary and spelling words
Abhor
Bigot
Kindle
Noxious
Hate
Narrow minded (does not want to listen)
Something to start a fire
Lethal
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow minded (does not want to listen)
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English vocabulary/spelling words 11-15-15
interrogate
hurtle
renovate
resume
to ask questions, examine by questioning
to rush violently, dash headlong; to fling or hurt forcefully
to repair, restore to good condition, make new again
a brief summary; a short written account of one's education,…
interrogate
to ask questions, examine by questioning
hurtle
to rush violently, dash headlong; to fling or hurt forcefully
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Vocabulary Words 5: English: Intensive Reading
Abase
Aberration
Balk
Cavort
to humble,disgrace
something different from the usual or normal
to refuse shirk; prevent
to frolic, frisk
Abase
to humble,disgrace
Aberration
something different from the usual or normal
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Vocabulary Words 2: English: Intensive Reading
Abhor
Ambivalent
Benevolent
Diabolical
to hate intensely
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
well-meaning, generous
devilish
Abhor
to hate intensely
Ambivalent
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
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Vocabulary Words 6: English: Intensive Reading
Aesthetic
Chromatic
Convex
Deter
pertaining to beauty or art
relating to color
curved outward
to discourage; prevent from happening
Aesthetic
pertaining to beauty or art
Chromatic
relating to color
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English II Vocabulary Words: Reading Literature
Allegory
Allusion
Diction
Drama
A metaphorical narrative in which fictional characters and ev…
A passing reference in a text to a literary or historical per…
The stylistic choice and use of words and phrases in speech o…
A literary genre designed for performance in the theatre in w…
Allegory
A metaphorical narrative in which fictional characters and ev…
Allusion
A passing reference in a text to a literary or historical per…
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English Real World Reading 1 Vocabulary Words
A.m.
Arriving
bargian
board
Refers to the hours between midnight and noon
getting to a place
something that costs less money than it normally would
To get on something, such as a ship, train, bus or airplane
A.m.
Refers to the hours between midnight and noon
Arriving
getting to a place
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Vocabulary Words 1: English: Intensive Reading
Abate
Antithesis
Banal
Castigate
to decrease or reduce
exact opposite or direct contrast
trite or overly common
to punish, chastise, criticize severely
Abate
to decrease or reduce
Antithesis
exact opposite or direct contrast
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Vocabulary Words 3: English: Intensive Reading
Abandon
Belfry
Cacophonous
Decry
total lack of inhibition
bell tower, room in which a bell hung
jarring unpleasantly noisy
to be a little openly condemn
Abandon
total lack of inhibition
Belfry
bell tower, room in which a bell hung
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English Real World Reading 3 Vocabulary Words
account
balence
credit
deposit
A record of the money a person deposits, withdraws , or spend…
The total amount of money in an account.
Money a person is allowed to borrow from a business.
To put money in a bank account.
account
A record of the money a person deposits, withdraws , or spend…
balence
The total amount of money in an account.
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English vocabulary from reading 2 (for love of words)
mephistic
exilarchy
encomium
chthonic
...
...
...
...
mephistic
...
exilarchy
...
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4000 English Words Essential for an Educated Vocabulary - "B"
babbittry
bacchanal
badger
badinage
smugness
orgy, drunken celebration
pester
banter
babbittry
smugness
bacchanal
orgy, drunken celebration
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english -10 benefits of reading- vocabulary words
articulate
Alzheimer's and dementia
realms
dire
-adj. (of a person or a person's words) having or showing the…
noun. -a disease that destroys memory and important mental fu…
noun. -a royal domain kingdom
adj. -disastrous, urgent, serious, threatening
articulate
-adj. (of a person or a person's words) having or showing the…
Alzheimer's and dementia
noun. -a disease that destroys memory and important mental fu…
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English Vocabulary 1 & 2 Spelling Problem Words
Ruckus ru
Raucous
Splendiferous
Ostracize
Ruckus
Raucous
Splendiferous
Ostracize
Ruckus ru
Ruckus
Raucous
Raucous
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4000 English Words Essential for an Educated Vocabulary - "C"
cabal
cabaret
cache
cachet
a group of conspirators
night club
hiding place
prestige
cabal
a group of conspirators
cabaret
night club
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4000 English Words Essential for an Educated Vocabulary - "A"
a cappella
à la carte
a priori
aback
without accompaniment
priced separately
reasoning based on general principles
unexpected, surprised
a cappella
without accompaniment
à la carte
priced separately
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English reading 10 vocabulary 20 words
Acknowledge
Candid
Compel
Comply
To admit
Honest
to force
To do as asked
Acknowledge
To admit
Candid
Honest
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Emma's English/reading vocabulary words
Uncertainty
Ultimate
Tamper
Tactful
Doubt, the state of being unsure
Last, final, important, extreme, best
To interfere with, to meddle rashly or foolishly
Skilled in handling difficult situations
Uncertainty
Doubt, the state of being unsure
Ultimate
Last, final, important, extreme, best
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English Chapter 19 Spelling/Vocabulary Words
Matinee
Sleuth
Forfeit
Porcelain
a dramatic or musical performance held in the afternoon
someone who looks for information to solves crimes
lose or have to give up based on one's own actions, neglect,…
a hard, white substance that is very delicate and that is mad…
Matinee
a dramatic or musical performance held in the afternoon
Sleuth
someone who looks for information to solves crimes
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History and English Vocabulary: Words Spelling and definition
Fawn
Blaspheming
Shrouded
Paradox
To show affection or gush over someone
Being disrespectful to a god
To cover or block from view
Leads to contradictory
Fawn
To show affection or gush over someone
Blaspheming
Being disrespectful to a god
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English Vocabulary Lesson #7 + Spelling Words
CID, CIS
FID, FIDEL
FIN
LINE
to cut; to kill
faith, faithful
end; limit
line
CID, CIS
to cut; to kill
FID, FIDEL
faith, faithful
English Vocabulary Lesson #7 + Spelling Words
CID, CIS
FID, FIDEL
FIN
LINE
to cut; to kill
faith, faithful
end; limit
line
CID, CIS
to cut; to kill
FID, FIDEL
faith, faithful
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Spelling and Vocabulary Words- Week 2: English
available
cater
customary
dissuade
ready for use, at hand
to satisfy the needs of, try to make things easy and pleasant…
usual,expected, routine ... SYNONYM: REGULAR
to persuade not to do something... ANTONYM: PERSUADE
available
ready for use, at hand
cater
to satisfy the needs of, try to make things easy and pleasant…
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English: Chapter 20 Spelling and Vocabulary Words
Cosmopolitan
Critique
Democracy
Epidemic
free from national or local prejudice
critical essay or reveiw
government that is run by the people who live under it; count…
the rapid spread of a disease so that many people have it at…
Cosmopolitan
free from national or local prejudice
Critique
critical essay or reveiw
VSP IV - Spelling Vocabulary Words Lists 1-6 (Read Description)
Antagonist
Apostate
Asylum
Cosmos
*adversary, competitor, enemy, foe, opponent, rival... **accompl…
*deserter, renegade, traitor, turncoat... **adherent, conformist…
*A. Retreat, refuge, sanctuary, shelter... *B. Harbor, haven... *C.…
*Macrocosm, universe... **Microcosm
Antagonist
*adversary, competitor, enemy, foe, opponent, rival... **accompl…
Apostate
*deserter, renegade, traitor, turncoat... **adherent, conformist…
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Section 3-6 English Vocabulary and Spelling words
recluse (n.)
pandemonium (n.)
panacea (n.)
omnipotent (adj.)
: a person who lives away from other people
: a wild uproar
: a remedy for all ills or difficulties
: having power or authority without limit
recluse (n.)
: a person who lives away from other people
pandemonium (n.)
: a wild uproar
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Pre AP English 1 vocabulary spelling words
contour
contrary
contradict
correlate
...
...
...
...
contour
...
contrary
...
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English: Chapter 19 Spelling/Vocabulary Words
Matinee
Sleuth
Forfeit
Porcelain
a dramatic or musical performance held in the afternoon
someone who looks for information to solves crimes
lose or have to give up based on one's own actions, neglect,…
a hard, white substance that is very delicate and that is mad…
Matinee
a dramatic or musical performance held in the afternoon
Sleuth
someone who looks for information to solves crimes
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ACT Vocabulary Words Required for English and Reading Tests (270 words)
abstract adj
absurdity n
acknowledge vt
acute adj
not like anything physical; not representing a physical objec…
the state of being ridiculously impossible... Expecting Charles…
to admit to be true... Myra acknowledged that the grapes in the…
in geometry, less that 90° and therefore pointed and sharp; k…
abstract adj
not like anything physical; not representing a physical objec…
absurdity n
the state of being ridiculously impossible... Expecting Charles…
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