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8 terms
English
amoral
anarchy
anecdote
anemia
Lacking a sense of right and wrong/ distinguish between right…
A state of society without government or law. Confusion.
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
amoral
Lacking a sense of right and wrong/ distinguish between right…
anarchy
A state of society without government or law. Confusion.
English
On slavery and beauty
On half-baked entrepreneurs
The school inspector on TWT
On God and the Devil
"They remain slaves beacuse they can't see what is beautiful…
"Entrepreneurs are made from half baked clay"
"In the jungle, what is the rarest of animals- the creature t…
"The Devil, according to the Muslims, was once God's sidekick…
On slavery and beauty
"They remain slaves beacuse they can't see what is beautiful…
On half-baked entrepreneurs
"Entrepreneurs are made from half baked clay"
English
Eluding-V.-
Reproach-N.-
Disconsolately-Adj.-
Avenging-Adj.-
To get away from someone or something.
Disapproval.
In a sad or depressed way.
Getting revenge.
Eluding-V.-
To get away from someone or something.
Reproach-N.-
Disapproval.
English
Meter
Phon
Aero
Aqua
metric system
voice, sound... Sound/voice
Aeronautics... Needs oxygen
Water... having to do with water
Meter
metric system
Phon
voice, sound... Sound/voice
250 terms
English
What are a groups of words that expres…
Two main parts of a sentence?... [sentenc…
What is the sentence subject?... [sentenc…
A group of sentences that develop a si…
sentence
nominative and predicate
nominative
paragraph
What are a groups of words that expres…
sentence
Two main parts of a sentence?... [sentenc…
nominative and predicate
21 terms
English
skeptical
to mollify
ominous
Plantive
relating or marked by doubt
to soothe in temper
being or showing sign of evil or misfortune to come
mounful, sad, expressing sorrow
skeptical
relating or marked by doubt
to mollify
to soothe in temper
44 terms
English
Acquisesce
Annihilate
Askew
Aurora
To accept or passively agree to or go along with
To destroy, demolish or to ruin
Crooked, sideways, out of line
A radiance or a colorful display in the atmosphere
Acquisesce
To accept or passively agree to or go along with
Annihilate
To destroy, demolish or to ruin
English
Affinity
Catharsis
Depreciate
Embroil
Natural attraction to a persons connection.
Letting out emotional relief
Showing strong disapproval
To involve a quarrel
Affinity
Natural attraction to a persons connection.
Catharsis
Letting out emotional relief
english
Paranoia
Solvent
Deprived
Kinship
mental disorder that often causes people to believe they are…
Something that can disolve something else
Marked by deprivation lacking the nessesities of life as adeq…
1.) the state or fact of being of kin; family relationship... 2.…
Paranoia
mental disorder that often causes people to believe they are…
Solvent
Something that can disolve something else
English
Tone
Mood
Protagonist
Antagonist
Is have they talk to each other and have the music is and hav…
Is have you feel after you have read / seen a book / movie in…
Is the main character in a story.
Is the main evil guy that have a conflict with the Protagonist.
Tone
Is have they talk to each other and have the music is and hav…
Mood
Is have you feel after you have read / seen a book / movie in…
26 terms
English
Sycophant (noun)
Pernicious(adj.)
Ubiquitous(adj.)
Non sequitur(noun)
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Intending to cause harm
Appearing everywhere
A statement that does not logically follow a conversations flow
Sycophant (noun)
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Pernicious(adj.)
Intending to cause harm
10 terms
English
Host (noun)
Prudent (adj.)
Forlorn (adj.)
Insolent (adj.)
A large number of people or thing; a crowd; a lot of people o…
Careful; cautious; sensible; having common sense
sad;lonely
rude or showing a lack of respect
Host (noun)
A large number of people or thing; a crowd; a lot of people o…
Prudent (adj.)
Careful; cautious; sensible; having common sense
15 terms
English
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Curtail
Divulge
Genuinely concerned for others
To be torn; to have conflicting and contradictory emotions or…
To shorten; to reduce
To reveal; to disclose
Altruistic
Genuinely concerned for others
Ambivalent
To be torn; to have conflicting and contradictory emotions or…
English
Appendix
Atlas
bold print
Bullets
Document that gives additional information at the end of the…
Collection of maps
Bold print that attracts definition
organize
Appendix
Document that gives additional information at the end of the…
Atlas
Collection of maps
121 terms
English
Adept
Aspire
Bleak
Chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) and expert ... Synonym: Masterfu…
(v.) To have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj.) Bare, dreary, dismal ... Synonym: Grim ... Antonym: cheerful
(v.) To blame; scold ... Synonym: rebuke ... Antonym: praise
Adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) and expert ... Synonym: Masterfu…
Aspire
(v.) To have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
20 terms
English
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
to have an intense dislike or hatred for
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
resulting from chance rather than from an inherit cause or ch…
to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute
Abominate
to have an intense dislike or hatred for
Acculturation
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
42 terms
english
cardi
audi
port
chron
heart
hear
carry
time
cardi
heart
audi
hear
english
setting
smile
subplot
characterization
the time and place of a story
a comparison between two unlike things using a word
a minor plot that relates in some way to the main story
The process by which the writer reveals the personality of a…
setting
the time and place of a story
smile
a comparison between two unlike things using a word
30 terms
english
malleable
forestall
psychoanlysis
glower
able to be hammered on pressed permanenly out of shape withou…
prevent or obstruct by taking action ahead of time.
the scientific study the human mind and its functions, especi…
give out steady light without flame
malleable
able to be hammered on pressed permanenly out of shape withou…
forestall
prevent or obstruct by taking action ahead of time.
47 terms
English
Knife
Mug
Spoon
Fork
used for cutting things
used for drinking hot drinks (tea, coffee)
Used for eating liquid food
Used for eating solid food
Knife
used for cutting things
Mug
used for drinking hot drinks (tea, coffee)
English
The history or derivation of a word is…
The literal meaning of a word is frequ…
The words weed and stink have undergon…
The combining forms quad and tetra, on…
Etymology
Connotations
Pejoration
Cognate
The history or derivation of a word is…
Etymology
The literal meaning of a word is frequ…
Connotations
English
Independent Clause
Dependent Clause
Clause
Phrase
A group of words with a noun and a verb. It can stand alone.
A group of words with a noun and a verb, but no complete thou…
A group of words with a noun and a verb.
Noun or a verb (not both)
Independent Clause
A group of words with a noun and a verb. It can stand alone.
Dependent Clause
A group of words with a noun and a verb, but no complete thou…
24 terms
ENGLISH
Are you pulling my leg?
to mind your own business
Who was that on the phone?
stay out of trouble
to play a joke, tease or deceive
do not be so interested in what other people are doing... ex) if…
...
it would help him stay out of trouble.
Are you pulling my leg?
to play a joke, tease or deceive
to mind your own business
do not be so interested in what other people are doing... ex) if…
34 terms
english
Dramatic Monologue
Allusion
Imagist Poems
Direct Characterization
A poem or speech in which a character addresses a silent list…
A reference to a well-known person, historical event, or lite…
A poem that focuses on evoking emotiojn and sparking the imag…
The writer tells the reader what the character is like.
Dramatic Monologue
A poem or speech in which a character addresses a silent list…
Allusion
A reference to a well-known person, historical event, or lite…
English
slope
slot
slug
slum
an upward or downward slant,an incline.
a long, narrow opening,groove,or passage.
a small,slow-moving worm-like creature.
a crowned,run-down section of a city.
slope
an upward or downward slant,an incline.
slot
a long, narrow opening,groove,or passage.
45 terms
english
act
scene
alliteration
allusion
major division of a play from elizabethan age to late 19th ce…
a unit within an act
repetition of initial consonent sounds
reference to a person place or thing that has historical, art…
act
major division of a play from elizabethan age to late 19th ce…
scene
a unit within an act
English
Phrase
Verb phrase
Prepositional phrase
Adjective phrase
Group of related words. It does not create a sentence
Group of words that creates a verb
Prep ,adv adj,n/pro n, obj
Prepositional phrase used as an adjective
Phrase
Group of related words. It does not create a sentence
Verb phrase
Group of words that creates a verb
English
Luxury
Tenant
Authentic
Grapple
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity
someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that…
not counterfeit or copied
come to terms with
Luxury
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity
Tenant
someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that…
english
Hello
How are you
Cake
ipad
Cake yummy
Ipad for waching
Hello
How are you
17 terms
English
Lamentable
entreat
knavish
beguile
very sad, worthy of being morned
to ask earnestly
deceitful, disonest
decive
Lamentable
very sad, worthy of being morned
entreat
to ask earnestly
7 terms
English
Harriet Tubman
consequences for helping
defends from escape
escape
She was considered a great American voice for her future gene…
Pay $1000 and Six month in jail
You didn't know the person was a slave.
They are not given instructions where to go.
Harriet Tubman
She was considered a great American voice for her future gene…
consequences for helping
Pay $1000 and Six month in jail
English
Carry,Carried
Dream,Dram
Sing,Sang
Kick,Kicked
Carry,Carried
Dream,Dram
Sing,Sang
Kick,Kicked
Carry,Carried
Carry,Carried
Dream,Dram
Dream,Dram
47 terms
English
Knife
Mug
Spoon
Fork
used for cutting things
used for drinking hot drinks (tea, coffee)
Used for eating liquid food
Used for eating solid food
Knife
used for cutting things
Mug
used for drinking hot drinks (tea, coffee)
English
Vast... (adjective)
Forbidden... (adjective)
Eager... adjective
Burrowed... verb
very large... Synonyms-infinite
not allowed ... synonyms-prohibited
anxious:... Synonyms-excited
to tunnel down... Synonyms-excavate
Vast... (adjective)
very large... Synonyms-infinite
Forbidden... (adjective)
not allowed ... synonyms-prohibited
23 terms
For English
Rapt
Infatuated
Negotiable
Degraded
completely fascinated by what one is seeing or hearing
be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admira…
open to discussion or modification.
treated or regarded with contempt or disrespect.
Rapt
completely fascinated by what one is seeing or hearing
Infatuated
be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admira…
30 terms
english
muster
quell
recuperate
swelter
to gather or assemble
to calm, settle, prevent or end
to return to normal; to recover
to suffer or sweat from the heat
muster
to gather or assemble
quell
to calm, settle, prevent or end
English
prose
poetry
drama
conflict
the ordinary form of written languag
a kind of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of…
a story written to be acted in front of people
a struggle or clash between opposing characters or opposing f…
prose
the ordinary form of written languag
poetry
a kind of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of…
English
classfication
Question?????
Problem/ Solution
Sequence
Structure provides general information and the information or…
State a question and give an answer
Sets a problem and its solution
gives information in order of occurence
classfication
Structure provides general information and the information or…
Question?????
State a question and give an answer
english
vernacular
chronicle
transient
formidable
The language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
A factual or written account of important or historical event…
lasting for only a short time
Inspiring fear or respect through being large, powerful, inte…
vernacular
The language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
chronicle
A factual or written account of important or historical event…
english
hyperbole
imagery
Personification
Metaphor
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a…
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
hyperbole
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
imagery
visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a…
41 terms
English
Parts of speech
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, adjective, interjection, preposi…
A person, place, thing, or idea
A word that replaces a noun
A word that expresses action, a state of being or feeling, or…
Parts of speech
Noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, adjective, interjection, preposi…
Noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
8 terms
English
noun
verb
adjective
adverb
person, place or thing
action
describes a noun
describes a verb, adjective, or adverb
noun
person, place or thing
verb
action
15 terms
English
Tone
Mood
Setting
Flashback
Authors additive toward the subject or character... Ex. Formal,…
Atmosphere of the story
Time and place of story (literal, historical)
Previous Episode
Tone
Authors additive toward the subject or character... Ex. Formal,…
Mood
Atmosphere of the story
10 terms
English
badge
banner
corner
design
any feature that is regarded as a sign of status (a particula…
a newspaper headline that runs across the full page
the intersection of two streets
the act of working out the form of something (as by making a…
badge
any feature that is regarded as a sign of status (a particula…
banner
a newspaper headline that runs across the full page
English
Kitzeln
Darlehen
Reich
Ratlosigkeit
Tickling
Loan
realm
perplexity
Kitzeln
Tickling
Darlehen
Loan
English
part of a story when the main characte…
A problem or struggle that a character…
the end of a story when the conflict i…
the time and place of a story
Rising Action
Conflict
Resolution
Setting
part of a story when the main characte…
Rising Action
A problem or struggle that a character…
Conflict
13 terms
English
Covetous
Trifle
Replenish
Morose
Selfish
Small amount of something
Refil
Gloomy
Covetous
Selfish
Trifle
Small amount of something
42 terms
English
Final review vocabulary
Forshadowing
Dialouge
Imagery
...
The author hints whats coming next
Conversation between two or more people
The formation of mental images
Final review vocabulary
...
Forshadowing
The author hints whats coming next
10 terms
English
Effigy
Diffident
Exasperation
Frenzy
Sculpture or model of a person
Modest or shy because of a lack of a self confidence
A feeling of intense irritation or annoyance
A state or period of uncontrollable excitement or wild behavior
Effigy
Sculpture or model of a person
Diffident
Modest or shy because of a lack of a self confidence
ENGLISH
MDG
Cask of Amontillado
Ibis
Veldt
3rd person omniscient
1st person
1st person
3rd person limited
MDG
3rd person omniscient
Cask of Amontillado
1st person
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