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25 terms
English Fall Vocab 2
Abject
Benevolence
Calculation
Concerted
Completly hopless or miserable
Desire to be kind or to serve others
The act of calculating
Arranged, planned, or devised together
Abject
Completly hopless or miserable
Benevolence
Desire to be kind or to serve others
15 terms
English Fall Vocab #2
glib
jibe
consummate
opulence
(adj) - readily fluent, often thoughtlessly, superficially, o…
(n) - a shift or alteration in course; a taunting or sarcasti…
(adj) - complete or perfect, supremely skilled
(n) - wealth, riches, affluence
glib
(adj) - readily fluent, often thoughtlessly, superficially, o…
jibe
(n) - a shift or alteration in course; a taunting or sarcasti…
76 terms
English 2 Fall Final
dithyramb
orchestra
skene
chorus
an ode or hymn to Dionysus
paved stones, where the actors and chorus performed
Dressing Room
In Greek drama, this is the group of citizens who stand outsi…
dithyramb
an ode or hymn to Dionysus
orchestra
paved stones, where the actors and chorus performed
50 terms
ENGLISH 2 FALL STUDY
INERT
MENACE
MISCONCEPTIONS
PROFOUND
(noun) a disposition to remain inactive or inert
A threat
wrong or untrue ideas
DEEP; NOT SUPERFICIAL
INERT
(noun) a disposition to remain inactive or inert
MENACE
A threat
English Fall Vocab 2
clamor
crane
reluctant
peter
n. a loud uproar, as from a crows of people; a vehement expre…
v. to hoist, lower, or move; to stretch (the neck)
adj. unwilling; disinclined; struggling in opposition
v. to diminish gradually and stop; to dwindle to nothing; to…
clamor
n. a loud uproar, as from a crows of people; a vehement expre…
crane
v. to hoist, lower, or move; to stretch (the neck)
15 terms
English Fall 2 Vocab.
Bulwark
Cache
Callous
Candor
a wall used as a defensive fortification
a hiding place, things hidden in a secret place
insensitive, emotionally hardened
truthfulness, sincere honesty
Bulwark
a wall used as a defensive fortification
Cache
a hiding place, things hidden in a secret place
15 terms
Fall Vocab. English 2
Arduous
Augment
Austere
Aversion
difficult to do, laborious
to increase of enlarge
serious in manner or appearance, strict in morals
strong or fixed dislike
Arduous
difficult to do, laborious
Augment
to increase of enlarge
15 terms
English Fall Vocab #2
attenuate
didactic
dogmatic
equivocate
to weaken or reduce in force
intended to instruct especially about moral concerns
characterized by an authoritative arrogant assertion of unpro…
to use unclear or ambiguous language usually to avoid commitm…
attenuate
to weaken or reduce in force
didactic
intended to instruct especially about moral concerns
88 terms
English 2 Fall Semester
Few Sentence
Comma Splice
connotation
denotation
AKA Run on
ex: Independent clause, Ind. Clause
the abstract meaning or intension of a term, which forms a pr…
the literal meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or…
Few Sentence
AKA Run on
Comma Splice
ex: Independent clause, Ind. Clause
17 terms
English 2 terms, fall
allusion
allegory
blank verse
free verse
A casual reference in literature to a person, place, event, o…
The term loosely describes any writing in verse or prose that…
unrhymed iambic pentameter
Poetry based on the natural rhythms of phrases and normal pau…
allusion
A casual reference in literature to a person, place, event, o…
allegory
The term loosely describes any writing in verse or prose that…
35 terms
Fall 2015 English 2
Acrimonious
Anomalous
Aspersion
Austere
Stinging or bitter in nature
Irregular not normal
Damaging criticism
Serious in appearance
Acrimonious
Stinging or bitter in nature
Anomalous
Irregular not normal
50 terms
ENGLISH 2 FALL STUDY
INERT
MENACE
MISCONCEPTIONS
PROFOUND
(noun) a disposition to remain inactive or inert
A threat
wrong or untrue ideas
DEEP; NOT SUPERFICIAL
INERT
(noun) a disposition to remain inactive or inert
MENACE
A threat
English 2 Fall Exam
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Blank Verse
...
...
...
...
Allegory
...
Alliteration
...
92 terms
ENGLISH 2 FALL FINAL
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Heavy chains forged from ledgers and l…
It is cheap
At a miliner's
Which of the spirits does not speak to Scrooge?
What is Jacob Marley forced to drag about a result of his sin…
Why does Scrooge like darkness
Where does Martha work?
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Which of the spirits does not speak to Scrooge?
Heavy chains forged from ledgers and l…
What is Jacob Marley forced to drag about a result of his sin…
55 terms
English 2 Fall Exam
Approbation
Assuage
Hackneyed
Jaded
n. the expression of approval or favorable opinion.... Syn: sanc…
v. to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet; calm; to put…
adj. used so often as to lack freshness or originality.... Syn:…
adj. wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiate…
Approbation
n. the expression of approval or favorable opinion.... Syn: sanc…
Assuage
v. to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet; calm; to put…
15 terms
English 2 fall final
Mood
Tone
Rhetorical question
Denotation
Tempoary state of mind or feeling
Attitude of charater or place
Question no answer
Literal meaning
Mood
Tempoary state of mind or feeling
Tone
Attitude of charater or place
45 terms
English Fall Exams 2
Vehemently
Vex
Malicious
Compensation
marked by intense force or emotion
To annoy
Intended to hurt or harm
payment
Vehemently
marked by intense force or emotion
Vex
To annoy
54 terms
English 2 Fall Final
Vapid
Scourge
Salutary
precept
(Adj) dull, uninteresting, tiresome; lacking in sharpness, fl…
(V) to whip, punish severely; (N) a cause of affliction or su…
(Adj) beneficial, helpful; healthful, wholesome... S: salubrious…
a rule of conduct or action... S: principle, maxim
Vapid
(Adj) dull, uninteresting, tiresome; lacking in sharpness, fl…
Scourge
(V) to whip, punish severely; (N) a cause of affliction or su…
59 terms
English 2 Fall Final
dithyramb
orchestra
skene
chorus
an ode or hymn to Dionysus
paved stones, where the actors and chorus performed
Dressing Room
In Greek drama, this is the group of citizens who stand outsi…
dithyramb
an ode or hymn to Dionysus
orchestra
paved stones, where the actors and chorus performed
13 terms
English 2 fall final
synecdoche
apostrophe
assonance
epithet
a part representing a whole or a whole representing a part
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
A descriptive name or phrase used to characterize someone or…
synecdoche
a part representing a whole or a whole representing a part
apostrophe
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
64 terms
English 2 Fall Exam
Vital
Apathetic
Finite
Vacillate
Absolutely necessary
Showing or feeling no interest
Having limits or bounds
To be indecisive
Vital
Absolutely necessary
Apathetic
Showing or feeling no interest
19 terms
English 2 Fall Final
Thesis
Topic Sentence
Concrete Detail
Commentary
Promise statement upon which the point of view or discussion…
Sentence that announces the paragraph's idea and often unites…
Specific details that form the back bone or core of your body…
Explanation, the series of comments that is usually followed…
Thesis
Promise statement upon which the point of view or discussion…
Topic Sentence
Sentence that announces the paragraph's idea and often unites…
50 terms
English 2 Fall Final
Anaphora
Asyndeton
Exposition
Flat character
Repetition of a word or words at the beginning of two or more…
omission of conjunctions (FANBOYS)
Literary device used to introduce background info (monologue,…
undeveloped character
Anaphora
Repetition of a word or words at the beginning of two or more…
Asyndeton
omission of conjunctions (FANBOYS)
37 terms
English 2 Final Fall
Flashback
Foreshadowing
Internal vs External
Dramatic Irony
A scene that takes place earlier than the stories current timd
Writers use of hints or clues to suggest events that will hap…
Struggle between two or more forces that help drive the plot…
The reader knows something a character doesn't know
Flashback
A scene that takes place earlier than the stories current timd
Foreshadowing
Writers use of hints or clues to suggest events that will hap…
39 terms
English 2 Fall Final
Allusion
Antagonist
Character
Dynamic Character
a reference to a well-known person or event from literature,…
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
a person, animal, or thing that carries out the action of the…
experience changes throughout the plot of a story
Allusion
a reference to a well-known person or event from literature,…
Antagonist
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
228 terms
english fall exam #2
titanic
mercurial
mercury
hermes
would refer to the person of thing as huge
to describe someones mood as moody
roman name is hermes
delivers messages
titanic
would refer to the person of thing as huge
mercurial
to describe someones mood as moody
33 terms
English 2 Fall Exam
ideology
paradox
dissembling
faction
a system of ideas and ideals, esp. one that forms the basis o…
a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently…
conceal one's true motives, feelings, or beliefs OR disguise…
a small, organized, dissenting group within a larger one, esp…
ideology
a system of ideas and ideals, esp. one that forms the basis o…
paradox
a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently…
55 terms
ENGLISH 2 FALL FINAL
Static character
Flat character
Direct characterization
Indirect characterization
A character who does not grow or develop
A minor character who doesn't go through substantial changes
The personality of a character is revealed by the use of desc…
The personality of a character is revealed by the characters…
Static character
A character who does not grow or develop
Flat character
A minor character who doesn't go through substantial changes
60 terms
English 2 Final Fall
Flashback
Foreshadowing
Internal vs External
Dramatic Irony
A scene that takes place earlier than the stories current timd
Writers use of hints or clues to suggest events that will hap…
Struggle between two or more forces that help drive the plot…
The reader knows something a character doesn't know
Flashback
A scene that takes place earlier than the stories current timd
Foreshadowing
Writers use of hints or clues to suggest events that will hap…
11 terms
English 3 JP2 Fall
mood
tone
diction
imagery
the over all feeling of a story
the perspective or attitude that the author adopts with regar…
the distinctive tone or tenor of an author's writings. Dictio…
the author uses words and phrases to create "mental images" f…
mood
the over all feeling of a story
tone
the perspective or attitude that the author adopts with regar…
30 terms
english 2 fall final
Plot
Conflict
Man vs man
Man vs self
a series of events/actions that bring about a story's resolut…
essential for plot as there is no plot without conflict. Conf…
(external) a character struggles against another character wi…
(internal) a character struggles to overcome fear, addiction,…
Plot
a series of events/actions that bring about a story's resolut…
Conflict
essential for plot as there is no plot without conflict. Conf…
20 terms
English III Vocab #2 Fall 2016
vogue
faction
assayed
tainted
style, fashion, popularity
group of people within a larger group; a selfish and quarrels…
an analysis to determine composition; to assess or put to a t…
a trace of something bad or harmful, to corrupt, poison or sp…
vogue
style, fashion, popularity
faction
group of people within a larger group; a selfish and quarrels…
66 terms
ENGLISH 2 Fall-Spring Semester 2015-2016
Sigmund Freud
conscious mind
unconscious mind
id
an Austrian doctor who developed a new system for understandi…
includes the part of your mind that is rational and aware of…
includes the part of your mind in which there are thoughts an…
the part of your mind that is completely unconscious but has…
Sigmund Freud
an Austrian doctor who developed a new system for understandi…
conscious mind
includes the part of your mind that is rational and aware of…
17 terms
English 11: Vocab 2 Fall
Benevolent (adj)
Malevolent (adj)
Bene
Volen
Good-willed
Ill-willed
Good (B)
Wishing
Benevolent (adj)
Good-willed
Malevolent (adj)
Ill-willed
10 terms
english vocab week 2 fall
exposition
cause and effect analysis
comparison and contrast
definition
one of the four basic types of prose- used to clarify, explai…
one of the types of exposition, answering the question why an…
one of the types of exposition pointing out similarities and…
one of the types of exposition giving the meaning of a word,…
exposition
one of the four basic types of prose- used to clarify, explai…
cause and effect analysis
one of the types of exposition, answering the question why an…
18 terms
English 2: Fall: Vocab 3
Depredation
Uncanny
Sage
Venerable
Noun... Destruction, plunder, or ravishing
Adjective... Inexplicable or strange
Noun... A wise person
Adjective... Worthy of respect because of age or position
Depredation
Noun... Destruction, plunder, or ravishing
Uncanny
Adjective... Inexplicable or strange
16 terms
Fall Term English Vocab 2
analogous
indolent
pedantic
heathen
comparable; similar
wanting to avoid activity; lazy
someone overly concerned with minor details
a person who does not belong to a widely held religion
analogous
comparable; similar
indolent
wanting to avoid activity; lazy
21 terms
English 8 Fall Vocab #2
Veldt
Recede
Twinge
Engrossed
Open grassland in southern Africa typically used for grazing
To withdraw
A sharp and sudden feeling, usually of pain; prick
Totally absorbed in something (adj.); to absorb one's attenti…
Veldt
Open grassland in southern Africa typically used for grazing
Recede
To withdraw
10 terms
English Fall Vocab List #2
Macadam
Boycott
Nemesis
Odyssey
a paving material made of several layers of small stones that…
to take part in an organized group refusal
an unbeatable rival
a long adventurous, wandering journey
Macadam
a paving material made of several layers of small stones that…
Boycott
to take part in an organized group refusal
21 terms
English 2, Fall Final Terms
personification
tone
topic
theme
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
subject
Central idea of a work of literature
personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
tone
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
32 terms
English 2, Fall Final Quotes
"I plant the Tree of the Great Peace..…
"We place at the top of the Tree of th…
"I price thy love more than whole mine…
"And, when I could no longer look, / I…
Native American Literature, Iroquois Constitution
Native American Literature, Iroquois Constitution
Anne Bradstreet, "To My Dear and Loving Husband"
Anne Bradstreet, "Upon the Burning of Our House"
"I plant the Tree of the Great Peace..…
Native American Literature, Iroquois Constitution
"We place at the top of the Tree of th…
Native American Literature, Iroquois Constitution
38 terms
English 2 Fall Semester Review
antithesis
Juxtaposition
Omission- Asyndeton
Omission- Ellipsis
A direct juxtaposition of structurally parallel words, phrase…
Placing of two items side by side to create a certain effect,…
The deliberate omission of conjunctions in a series of relate…
The omission of a word or words necessary from complete const…
antithesis
A direct juxtaposition of structurally parallel words, phrase…
Juxtaposition
Placing of two items side by side to create a certain effect,…
Advanced English 2 Fall Final
allusion
tone
active voice
syntax
a reference to something the audience would know. For example…
the author's attitude; how the author sounds
when the author writes a sentence with the subject first like…
the way an author chooses to arrange words into a sentence
allusion
a reference to something the audience would know. For example…
tone
the author's attitude; how the author sounds
46 terms
ENGLISH 2 EXAM WORDS FALL
Scourage
Steadfast
Ignominous
Harrowed
NOUN ... Someone that causes a great amount of suffering... Ex: He…
ADJ... Very devoted to a person, belief, or cause... Ex: My mother…
ADJ... Characterized by dishonor... Ex: her position was ignominio…
VERB... To cultivate with a rake... Ex: Liz harrowed the land.
Scourage
NOUN ... Someone that causes a great amount of suffering... Ex: He…
Steadfast
ADJ... Very devoted to a person, belief, or cause... Ex: My mother…
16 terms
English 1 Portfolio 2 Fall 2016, Portfolio 2 Fall 2016
Vigilant
Wince
Consternation
Cowered
(adjective) On the alert; watchful
(verb) to flinch; to shrink back
(noun) worry and confusion
(verb) to crouch down in fear
Vigilant
(adjective) On the alert; watchful
Wince
(verb) to flinch; to shrink back
24 terms
Fall Midterm Vocab- English 2
Anathema
Avarice
Bacchanalian
Banter
A hated, repellant person or thing; a formal curse
Greed; desire for wealth
Wild and drunken
Teasing; playful conversation
Anathema
A hated, repellant person or thing; a formal curse
Avarice
Greed; desire for wealth
30 terms
English 2 Fall Term Vocab
laconic
sordidness
candid
bombast
using few words; concise
lacking in morals
sincere; straightforward
pompous speech; pretentious words
laconic
using few words; concise
sordidness
lacking in morals
32 terms
Fall English 2 Final Review
Logos
Pathos
Ethos
Claim
logical appeal
emotional appeal
ethical appeal
thesis
Logos
logical appeal
Pathos
emotional appeal
89 terms
English vocab fall semester 2
Obfuscate
Nullify
Novitiate
Obtrusive
To confuse
To make legally invalid
Beginner
Pushy
Obfuscate
To confuse
Nullify
To make legally invalid
95 terms
English 2 Fall Final 2016
"What is it, my children? What's wrong…
"And in the city, too, around both tem…
"Despicable PESTILENCE!" As if a fire-…
"You were driven here to our aid by a…
the passionate expression of grief or sorrow; weeping.
the action of asking or begging for something earnestly or hu…
a fatal epidemic disease, especially bubonic plague.
an event regarded as a portent of good or evil.
"What is it, my children? What's wrong…
the passionate expression of grief or sorrow; weeping.
"And in the city, too, around both tem…
the action of asking or begging for something earnestly or hu…
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