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english
fickle
hello
nestálý , přelétavý , vrtkavý člověk... changing often... changin…
ahoj
fickle
nestálý , přelétavý , vrtkavý člověk... changing often... changin…
hello
ahoj
6 terms
English
antagonist
apparent
aroma
astoung
An antagonist is a character, group of characters
clearly visible or understood
a distinctive, typically pleasant smell.
shock or greatly surprise
antagonist
An antagonist is a character, group of characters
apparent
clearly visible or understood
10 terms
English
spectacles
perspective
spectacle
respect
glasses
one way of looking at things
something displayed for the public to see
to look up to someone to show honor
spectacles
glasses
perspective
one way of looking at things
15 terms
English
The Big Bang
Bill Gates
Brother
Friend and I
Mellifluous
Philanthropist
Presentiment
Discordant
The Big Bang
Mellifluous
Bill Gates
Philanthropist
10 terms
English
mediocre
vacillate
ecietic
apprehensive
Of moderate of low quality
To be unable to chose between one opinion or course of action…
Choosing or talking about what appears to be the best from va…
Excited but nervous about what might happen
mediocre
Of moderate of low quality
vacillate
To be unable to chose between one opinion or course of action…
19 terms
English
-ID
Idyllic
-past
pastoral
form/shape
simple, pleasant
to feed
having to do with the country
-ID
form/shape
Idyllic
simple, pleasant
9 terms
english
ethos
pathos
logos 1
logos 2
ethics
emotion
logic
is an argument based on facts evidence and reason
ethos
ethics
pathos
emotion
23 terms
English
Declarative
Interrogative
Exclamatory
Imperative
Makes a statement
Asks a question
Shows strong emotion
Gives a direction or a command
Declarative
Makes a statement
Interrogative
Asks a question
30 terms
English
Point of view
mood
main idea
irony
person through whom the reader experiences through the story
the feeling which the reader is supposed to get from the text
the writers principal message in work.
where anent occurs which is unexpected, in that it is somehow…
Point of view
person through whom the reader experiences through the story
mood
the feeling which the reader is supposed to get from the text
English
Hesitation
Editorial
Nonchalantly
Incredulous
A delay due to uncertainty or mind of fear.
A letter written in a article.
Cooly unconcerned, in different or unexited, casual.
Un willing or unable to believe something ; an incredolous ga…
Hesitation
A delay due to uncertainty or mind of fear.
Editorial
A letter written in a article.
10 terms
English
Metaphor ... Sentence: She is a shining s…
Onomatopoeia... Sentence: The tick-tock o…
Personification... Sentence: The sun is s…
Alliteration... Sentence: Peter picked a…
Definition:A figure of speech using implied comparison of see…
Definition::A figure of speech in which natural sounds are im…
Definition:A figure of speech in which the author presents or…
Definition:The repetition of sounds, especially initial conso…
Metaphor ... Sentence: She is a shining s…
Definition:A figure of speech using implied comparison of see…
Onomatopoeia... Sentence: The tick-tock o…
Definition::A figure of speech in which natural sounds are im…
10 terms
English
decrease
dejected
demote
denominator
to make less
to throw or to be unhappy
to lower rank
the number below the line
decrease
to make less
dejected
to throw or to be unhappy
15 terms
English
Abridge
Adherent
Altercation
Cherubic
To make shorter
Follower or supporter
An angry argument
Sweet and innocent
Abridge
To make shorter
Adherent
Follower or supporter
8 terms
English
assuage
coalition
decadence
elicit
(v.) to make easier or milder
(n.) a union, for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration: a condition or period…
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder
coalition
(n.) a union, for some specific purpose
16 terms
English
allies
idol
prudence
cunningly
friends, partnership, support
carved image, hero
good judgement
sneaky and clever
allies
friends, partnership, support
idol
carved image, hero
14 terms
english
irrevocable
garb
vulnerable
placate
not able to be changed , reversed, or recovered; final
clothing or dress, esp. of a distinctive or special kind
susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm
make (someone) less angry or hostile
irrevocable
not able to be changed , reversed, or recovered; final
garb
clothing or dress, esp. of a distinctive or special kind
15 terms
english
Mood
Tone
Allusion
Concrete Detail
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Mood
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
Tone
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
10 terms
English
Noun
adverb
complex sentence
Citation
Person, place, animal, thing and or idea.
Words that describe how, where, when and how followed with an…
Longer sentence including more words with a conjunction and s…
When writing an essay, a citation backs up your ideas and opi…
Noun
Person, place, animal, thing and or idea.
adverb
Words that describe how, where, when and how followed with an…
37 terms
English
equestrian coach
cabinet
dormant
reconciliation
lovasoktató
szekrény
szunnyadó
egyeztetés
equestrian coach
lovasoktató
cabinet
szekrény
15 terms
english
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
cause or give rise to feeling situation or condition
spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of
quell the anger agitation or excitement of
a scarcity or lack of something
engender
cause or give rise to feeling situation or condition
vitiate
spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of
16 terms
English
The great Compromise
Three-Fiths Compromise
Ratify
Judicial Branch
It made each state eligible for 2 representatives.
Only three fiths of slave would only count when determining r…
It is to approve or it could be to confirm or vertify.
The third branch made of up of national courts
The great Compromise
It made each state eligible for 2 representatives.
Three-Fiths Compromise
Only three fiths of slave would only count when determining r…
14 terms
english
antagonist
protagonist
repetition
tone
a person who activity opposes or is hostile to some one or so…
the leading character
the reoccurrence of a word or phase
the way the writer approaches the subject and audience and mood
antagonist
a person who activity opposes or is hostile to some one or so…
protagonist
the leading character
29 terms
English
Avocation
Fortuitous
Privation
Renaissance
a hobby
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
lack of necessities
"rebirth"
Avocation
a hobby
Fortuitous
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
15 terms
english
Scene
Act
Playwrite
Dramatic Irony
parts of the act
A section of the play
the author of a play
when the audience knows something the characters do not know
Scene
parts of the act
Act
A section of the play
12 terms
English
foggy
give off
give up
go up
mglisty
wydzielać
zrezygnować
wzrosnąć
foggy
mglisty
give off
wydzielać
10 terms
english
lion
iphone
Samsung
bed
salvage animal
the best mobile phone in the world
smarthphone
where I go to sleep in the night
lion
salvage animal
iphone
the best mobile phone in the world
English
Abomination
Ameliorate
Blanched
Corroborate
Noun- A disgusting or loathsome act... Synonyms- Curse... Antonyms-…
Verb-To improve
Adj- Pale
Verb- to support with more Info... Synonyms- Confirm, Justify, V…
Abomination
Noun- A disgusting or loathsome act... Synonyms- Curse... Antonyms-…
Ameliorate
Verb-To improve
17 terms
English
Theme
Settings
Antagonist
Protagonist
authors big idea
the time and place of a story or play
A character or force in conflict with the main character
Main character
Theme
authors big idea
Settings
the time and place of a story or play
14 terms
english
poem
stanza
rhyme
repitition
verse (lines and stanzas) written to convey experiences, idea…
one or more lines that make up the basic sections of a poem
sounds that are similar at the end of words; used at the end…
repeating of a word or line of poetry in order to provide emp…
poem
verse (lines and stanzas) written to convey experiences, idea…
stanza
one or more lines that make up the basic sections of a poem
English
punctuation
Punctuation-apostrophe
Punctuation-apistrophe or plurals
Apostrophe contractions
Can be a question mark and exclamation mark
Using' S or ' to show ownership
' S and' is to show ownership do you show there are many they…
Use apostrophe in contractions to replace missing letters wor…
punctuation
Can be a question mark and exclamation mark
Punctuation-apostrophe
Using' S or ' to show ownership
10 terms
english
epic
muses
calypso
telemachus
long narrative poem
each of the daughters of Zeus
an immortal that keeps Odysseus there for seven years.
Odysseus's son
epic
long narrative poem
muses
each of the daughters of Zeus
15 terms
english
auspicious
opposition
sluggish
tyranny
promising succes
the action of opposing, or resisting
slow
harshness
auspicious
promising succes
opposition
the action of opposing, or resisting
20 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
10 terms
English
Banishment
Dexterity
Betrothed
Livery
(noun) the act of sending someone away from a place forever a…
(noun) skill in performing tasks, often athletic ones such as…
(verb) to enter into a formal and binding; to engage
(noun) uniform worn by a servant to show which house he or sh…
Banishment
(noun) the act of sending someone away from a place forever a…
Dexterity
(noun) skill in performing tasks, often athletic ones such as…
33 terms
English
archery
athletics
badminton
baseball
łucznictwo
lekkoatletyka
badminton
baseball
archery
łucznictwo
athletics
lekkoatletyka
10 terms
English
Aptitude
Auspicues
Chastise
Conjure
Natural talent or abilty
Promising : signs of success
To punish severally
To cause to appear as majic
Aptitude
Natural talent or abilty
Auspicues
Promising : signs of success
14 terms
English
Amplify
Armistice
Arrogant
Bland
To make stronger, larger, greater, louder.
A temporary peace.
Haughty
Gentle, Soothing.
Amplify
To make stronger, larger, greater, louder.
Armistice
A temporary peace.
english
timid
debris
recumbent
dejectedly
lacking in courage or self confidence;... shy... adj
the remains of something broken;... scattered fragments, wreckag…
laying down resting... adj
cast down in spirits; depressed... adj
timid
lacking in courage or self confidence;... shy... adj
debris
the remains of something broken;... scattered fragments, wreckag…
15 terms
English
allure
antiquity
appraise
cleave
n.the power to attract or charm... synonym-charming
n.the ancient world, especially before the middle agges... 2.the…
v.to estimate the value of ... 2.to form a judgment of;to evalua…
v.to cling or be faithful... 2.to split with force or a sharp in…
allure
n.the power to attract or charm... synonym-charming
antiquity
n.the ancient world, especially before the middle agges... 2.the…
21 terms
English
Nazi Party
Kristellnacht
Aryan
Mein Kampf
National Socialist German Workers' Party, a party who shared…
Kristellnacht, or "Night of the Broken Glass", the night when…
The people Hitler and the Nazi Party viewed as the superior r…
The book Hitler wrote whilst in jail, describing how he thoug…
Nazi Party
National Socialist German Workers' Party, a party who shared…
Kristellnacht
Kristellnacht, or "Night of the Broken Glass", the night when…
20 terms
English
abide
enthrall
purge
commend
- put up with something or somebody unpleasant
-hold spellbound
- rid of impurities
- present as worthy of regard, kindness, or confidence
abide
- put up with something or somebody unpleasant
enthrall
-hold spellbound
20 terms
English
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
to stop, postpone, suspend, temporarily
a citizen from another country, foreign, strange
pleasing appearance, attractive
to make up for, to repay for service, recompense
adjourn
to stop, postpone, suspend, temporarily
alien
a citizen from another country, foreign, strange
9 terms
english
abstract
allegory
allusion
analogy
something that can not be seen hear felt ext or something not…
a story with deeper meaning then that upon the surface
a reference to a famous thing
analogy =hand is to glove as foot is to shoe
abstract
something that can not be seen hear felt ext or something not…
allegory
a story with deeper meaning then that upon the surface
15 terms
english
Lamentable
Pernicious
Augment
Cunning
(Adjective) regrettable ; unfortunate
(Adjective) hurtful ; wicked ; mean-spirited
(Verb) to make larger
(Adjective) deceiving; crafty;sly
Lamentable
(Adjective) regrettable ; unfortunate
Pernicious
(Adjective) hurtful ; wicked ; mean-spirited
20 terms
ENGLISH
football
NFL football
49ers
packers
football
NFL football
49ers
packers
football
football
NFL football
NFL football
16 terms
english
extinguish
eject
exhale
exceed
To put out
to throw out
to breathe out
to go beyond what is expected
extinguish
To put out
eject
to throw out
30 terms
English
Melancholy
Blunder
Prudent
Pacify
A gloomy state of mind.
A gross, stupid, or careless mistake
Wise or judicious in practical affairs
To bring or restore to a state of peace or tranquility
Melancholy
A gloomy state of mind.
Blunder
A gross, stupid, or careless mistake
31 terms
english
aud
aster/astro
auto
bene
hearing/listening... auditory... audio... auditorium
star;heavens... astronaut... astronomy... audition
self... automatic ... autoimmune... autograph
well;good... benediction... benefactor... beneficial
aud
hearing/listening... auditory... audio... auditorium
aster/astro
star;heavens... astronaut... astronomy... audition
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