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15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
Presumptuous
Carouse
Brazen
Consternation
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
(adj) bold and without shame
(n) feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something une…
Presumptuous
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
Carouse
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
15 terms
English 10 3rd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
20 terms
English 10 1st Quarter
Sycophant
Pernicious
Ubiquitous
Non sequitur
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 conversation's f…
Sycophant
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Pernicious
Intending to cause harm.
22 terms
English 10 quarter 1
Resignation
Revelation
Reproof
Desecrate
1. Acceptance of something inevitable ... 2. Formal statement of…
1. Disclosure; act of something revealed ... 2. Something revealed
An expression of censure or rebuke
To violate something sacred
Resignation
1. Acceptance of something inevitable ... 2. Formal statement of…
Revelation
1. Disclosure; act of something revealed ... 2. Something revealed
20 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter
Noxious
Bilk
Replete
Blasphemy
very harmful
to cheat someone out of money
well supplied with something
profane talk about holy or sacred things
Noxious
very harmful
Bilk
to cheat someone out of money
30 terms
Quarter 2 Vocabulary: English 10
Banal (adjective)
Didactic (adjective)
Facetious (adjective)
Probity (noun)
Lacking originality, freshness, or novelty.
Intended to instruct, inform, or teach a moral lesson.
Joking often inappropriately.
Adherence to the highest principles and ideals.
Banal (adjective)
Lacking originality, freshness, or novelty.
Didactic (adjective)
Intended to instruct, inform, or teach a moral lesson.
29 terms
Quarter 1 Vocabulary: English 10
Analysis (Noun)
Interpret (Verb)
Infer (Verb)
Irony (Noun)
A statement showing the results of a critical examination.
To understand according to individual belief, judgement, or i…
To derive as a conclusion from facts or premises.
Incongruity between the actual result of a sequence of events…
Analysis (Noun)
A statement showing the results of a critical examination.
Interpret (Verb)
To understand according to individual belief, judgement, or i…
140 terms
English 10 Quarter 2
insouciant
intervene
inveigle
irascible
indifferent; lacking concern or care
come between
to obtain by deception or flattery
Easily angered
insouciant
indifferent; lacking concern or care
intervene
come between
66 terms
English 10 1st quarter
World Literature
Geography and culture
Form
Theme
Category of literary production, publication and circulation…
Culture reflected to literative
How is this text written
Universal message
World Literature
Category of literary production, publication and circulation…
Geography and culture
Culture reflected to literative
19 terms
English 10 quarter 2
Incongruity
Hyperbole
Social commentary
Dialect
Differnce in logic, putting things together that dont belong…
The exaggeration of details or embellishment of events beyond…
Critiquing something in society
Ways of speaking that are particular to a certain area or gro…
Incongruity
Differnce in logic, putting things together that dont belong…
Hyperbole
The exaggeration of details or embellishment of events beyond…
English 10 Quarter 2
Incongruity
Hyperbole
Social commentary
Dialect
Different in logic; putting things together that dont belong…
The exaggeration of details or embellishment events beyond wh…
Critiquing something in society (politics, fads, people)
Ways of speaking that are particular to a certain area or gro…
Incongruity
Different in logic; putting things together that dont belong…
Hyperbole
The exaggeration of details or embellishment events beyond wh…
31 terms
English 10: Quarter 2
Mortal
Immortal
Morgue
Mortician
Subject to death
Not subject to death
A place where bodies are stored for identification; cause of…
Prepare bodies for burial
Mortal
Subject to death
Immortal
Not subject to death
60 terms
English 10 Quarter 2
abdicate
arid
collossus
debase
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
excessively dry, describes an area that recieves little to no…
a gigantic statue or thing
to lower the quality or esteem of something, to put down or s…
abdicate
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
arid
excessively dry, describes an area that recieves little to no…
71 terms
English 10: Quarter 1
Biology
Zoology
Theology
Anthropology
Study of life
Study of animals
Study of god
Study of man and its culture
Biology
Study of life
Zoology
Study of animals
25 terms
Quarter 1 - English 10
PHOBIA
PHIL/PHILO
MIS
DYS
"Fear, Dislike, Aversion"
"Loving, Fond of"
"Hate"
"Bad, Ill, Difficult"
PHOBIA
"Fear, Dislike, Aversion"
PHIL/PHILO
"Loving, Fond of"
21 terms
English 10 quarter 2
Excavate
Exhort
Exholt
Fallacious
To dig out of the ground, to remove
To urge prod
To rejoice
Incorrect , misleading
Excavate
To dig out of the ground, to remove
Exhort
To urge prod
12 terms
Third quarter English 10
Decriminalize
Incriminate
Recrimination
Culpable
To do away with legal penalties for
To reveal gilt or make someone appear guilty
An accusation made in reply; a countercharge; rebuke
Deserving blame; liable
Decriminalize
To do away with legal penalties for
Incriminate
To reveal gilt or make someone appear guilty
15 terms
English 10 1st Quarter Vocabulary (2016-17)
improvident
callow
harbinger
esoteric
adj, not preparing for the future; incautious
adj, young and inexperienced
n, something that announces or signals the approach of someth…
adj, understood only by an enlightened inner circle
improvident
adj, not preparing for the future; incautious
callow
adj, young and inexperienced
15 terms
English 10 1st Quarter Vocabulary (2016-17)
improvident
callow
harbinger
esoteric
adj, not preparing for the future; incautious
adj, young and inexperienced
n, something that announces or signals the approach of someth…
adj, understood only by an enlightened inner circle
improvident
adj, not preparing for the future; incautious
callow
adj, young and inexperienced
43 terms
English 10 Vocabulary (Quarter 2)
allusion
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
a brief, indirect reference to a famous person, place, or eve…
over-exaggeration
comparison of two things not using like or as
comparison using like or as
allusion
a brief, indirect reference to a famous person, place, or eve…
hyperbole
over-exaggeration
30 terms
English 10 quarter final
Apathy
Obscure
Denounce
Candid
Lack of emotion or interest
Unclear; clouded; partially hiddem
To speak out against
Honest; frank
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
Obscure
Unclear; clouded; partially hiddem
38 terms
English 10 Vocabulary (1st Quarter)
Nostalgic
biography
autobiography
expository writing
a tone that expresses a longing for the past
a true account of a person's life written by another person
a true account of a person's life written by that person
non-fiction writing that uses facts to explain ideas.
Nostalgic
a tone that expresses a longing for the past
biography
a true account of a person's life written by another person
33 terms
English 10 Quarter Exam
What is an Extended Flashback?
What is a Frame Narrative?
Who is the author of Ethan Frome?
What is the setting for Ethan Frome?
A flashback to a long period of time. (The time you are flash…
A story within a story.
Edith Wharton
Starkfeild, MA
What is an Extended Flashback?
A flashback to a long period of time. (The time you are flash…
What is a Frame Narrative?
A story within a story.
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary (2016-17)
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
vt, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
vt, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
75 terms
English 10 INt. 3rd quarter quarter exam
in media res
menis
kleos
time
in the middle of the story
anger
glory of fame
honor
in media res
in the middle of the story
menis
anger
36 terms
English 10 Words Quarter 3
complacent
placebo
placid
gratuitous
satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
calm; undisturbed
unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
placebo
something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
30 terms
English 10 Quarter 1 Vocabulary
Apathy
Obscure
Denounce
Candid
lack of emotion or interest
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
to speak out against; to condemn
honest; frank
Apathy
lack of emotion or interest
Obscure
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary- Quarter 2
Noxious (adj.)
Bilk (verb)
Replete (adj.)
Blasphemy (noun)
harmful, or very unpleasant
obtain or withhold money from
filled or well-supplied with something
the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sa…
Noxious (adj.)
harmful, or very unpleasant
Bilk (verb)
obtain or withhold money from
92 terms
Quarter 2 English Vocab 10
insouciant (adj):
inveigle (v):
irascible (adj):
joust (n or v):
carefree, unconcerned
to lure a person by inducements
irritable
a personal competition/ to compete or struggle
insouciant (adj):
carefree, unconcerned
inveigle (v):
to lure a person by inducements
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary- Quarter 1
Sycophant (noun)
Pernicious (adj.)
Ubiquitous (adj.)
Non sequitur (noun)
someone who uses flattery to get what they want from an autho…
intending to cause harm
appearing everywhere
a statement that doesn't follow the conversation's flow
Sycophant (noun)
someone who uses flattery to get what they want from an autho…
Pernicious (adj.)
intending to cause harm
39 terms
English 10 Quarter 1 Vocabulary
Resignation
Revelation
Reproof
Desecrate
n. Acceptance of something as inevitable.
n. Disclosure; the act of revealing (esp. of divine truth)
n. An expression of censure or rebuke.
vt. To violate (something sacred)
Resignation
n. Acceptance of something as inevitable.
Revelation
n. Disclosure; the act of revealing (esp. of divine truth)
45 terms
English 10 Quarter 1 Vocabulary
Resingation
Revelation
Reproof
Desecrate
N. Acceptance of something inevitable... State of the mind*... The…
N. Disclosure; the act of revealing
N. An expression of censure or rebuke... V. To scold *
Vt. To violate something sacred
Resingation
N. Acceptance of something inevitable... State of the mind*... The…
Revelation
N. Disclosure; the act of revealing
42 terms
English 10 Terms Quarter 3
Drama
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
story that is enhanced in real space and time by live actors…
play, novel, or another narrative that depicts serious and im…
a person of noble birth with heroic or potentially heroic qua…
a fundamental character flaw weakness: pride, naive, ruthless…
Drama
story that is enhanced in real space and time by live actors…
Tragedy
play, novel, or another narrative that depicts serious and im…
30 terms
Quarter Three Vocabulary: English 10
Fallacy (noun)
Abhor (verb)
Counterfeit (adjective)
Enfranchise (verb)
A mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument
Hate
Fake; false
To admit citizenship; especially to the right of voting
Fallacy (noun)
A mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument
Abhor (verb)
Hate
10 terms
English 10- 2nd quarter vocab
Repugnant(adj.)
Profuse(adj.)
Soliloquy(n.)
Malevolent(adj.)
distasteful; offensive
abundant; plentiful
the act of talking to oneself; dramatic monologue
wishing or appearing to with evil or harm to others
Repugnant(adj.)
distasteful; offensive
Profuse(adj.)
abundant; plentiful
90 terms
Quarter 1 English Vocab 10
abhor
abridge
abominate
abstruse (adj)
Loathe
summarize
to detest; loathe; to be disgusted by
hard to understand
abhor
Loathe
abridge
summarize
10 terms
English 10- 2nd Quarter: vocab
prodigy(n.)
labyrinth(n,)
mesmerizing(adj.)
dawdle(v.)
child of highly talent of genius
maze; something extremely complicated or confusing
spellbinding; hypnotic; fascinating
to waste time; to linger
prodigy(n.)
child of highly talent of genius
labyrinth(n,)
maze; something extremely complicated or confusing
99 terms
English 10 Vocab Quarter 1
Abominate
Abstruse
Abut
Abyss
to have an intense dislike or hatred for
difficult to understand
to touch or join at the edge or border
a deep or bottomless pit
Abominate
to have an intense dislike or hatred for
Abstruse
difficult to understand
20 terms
English 10 Quarter 2 Vocabulary
countenance
earnest
officious
trifle
face, facial expression
sincere, serious, intent
too eager to advise or help
1. something of little importance or value 2. to treat sometj…
countenance
face, facial expression
earnest
sincere, serious, intent
13 terms
English 10 Quarter 1 Vocabulary
resignation
revelation
reproof
desercrate
noun: the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be av…
n 1. disclosure; the act of revealing 2. something revealed
an expression of disapproval; a rebuke
to violate
resignation
noun: the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be av…
revelation
n 1. disclosure; the act of revealing 2. something revealed
106 terms
English 10- 2nd quarter vocab
abdicate
alliteration
burgeon
chivalrous
to give up or relinquish formally (as in high office, throne,…
repetition of the same sound, usually a consonant
to put forth buds; to sprout
gallant, courteous, honorable
abdicate
to give up or relinquish formally (as in high office, throne,…
alliteration
repetition of the same sound, usually a consonant
24 terms
Quarter 2 English 10 VOCAB
Officious
Mottled
Nonchalantly
Audaciously
Overly ready to serve
Marked with spots of different shades
Casually; indifferently
In a BOLD manner
Officious
Overly ready to serve
Mottled
Marked with spots of different shades
30 terms
English 10: 1st Quarter Assessment
Delusion
Imminent
Pariah
Mackintosh
False belief held in spite of evidence to the contrary
Likely to happen
Despised or outcast
waterproof clothing
Delusion
False belief held in spite of evidence to the contrary
Imminent
Likely to happen
20 terms
English 10 Quarter 1 Vocab
Resignation
Revelation
Reproof
Desecrate
1) Acceptance of something as inevitable, 2) A formal stateme…
2) Disclosure, the act of revealing (esp. in divine truth), 2…
An expression of censure and rebuke (n)
To violate (something sacred) (vt)
Resignation
1) Acceptance of something as inevitable, 2) A formal stateme…
Revelation
2) Disclosure, the act of revealing (esp. in divine truth), 2…
53 terms
English 10 quarter 1 final
comedy
tragedy
tragic hero
tragic flaw
a play with a happy ending
a drama that told the story of the fall of a person of high s…
a main character who dies
weakness of personality that causes character to make unfortu…
comedy
a play with a happy ending
tragedy
a drama that told the story of the fall of a person of high s…
150 terms
Acc English 10 Quarter 1
Abhor
Abominate
Abridge
Abstruse
To hate
To have an intense dislike or hatred for
To shorten
Difficult to understand
Abhor
To hate
Abominate
To have an intense dislike or hatred for
16 terms
ENGLISH 10 VT quarter 1
Greek tragedy takes place in....
Sophoclean Tragic Irony
Chorus
Aeschylus
a single day
audience knows the truth but characters in the play don't... ano…
group of men speaking in unison ... not a character, act like au…
"grandfather of Greek Tragedies"... 2 actors- whoa... wrote Atreus-…
Greek tragedy takes place in....
a single day
Sophoclean Tragic Irony
audience knows the truth but characters in the play don't... ano…
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