Study sets matching "fall english 4"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "fall english 4"

46 terms
English 4 Fall Final Vocabulary and Content
perception
perceive
vivid
speaker
(noun) the way you think about, see, or understand someone or…
(verb) the way you think about, see, or understand someone or…
(adjective) looks and feels like real life because it is very…
(noun) main person talking in a poem
perception
(noun) the way you think about, see, or understand someone or…
perceive
(verb) the way you think about, see, or understand someone or…
15 terms
English Fall Vocab #4
reverberation
zealous
debauchery
chandler
(n) a reechoed sound
(adj) - ardently active, devoted, and diligent; eager
(n) - excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures (booze, sex,…
(n) - a person who makes or sells candles; a retailer of prov…
reverberation
(n) a reechoed sound
zealous
(adj) - ardently active, devoted, and diligent; eager
15 terms
English 4 fall review
Wergild
Thane
Comitatus
Scop
Pay or compensation relative to their rank when they are slain
A man who held land granted by the king or by a military nobl…
being the agreement between a germanic lord and his subservia…
Local story teller that would sing and tell stories to entert…
Wergild
Pay or compensation relative to their rank when they are slain
Thane
A man who held land granted by the king or by a military nobl…
English 4 Fall Final Vocabulary
Cite
Infer
Comprehensive
Consensus
to quote; to give credit to
to conclude on Basis of reasoning
inclusive; thorough
general opinion
Cite
to quote; to give credit to
Infer
to conclude on Basis of reasoning
26 terms
English Fall Vocabulary #4
Abduct
Bastions
Callous
Deceptive
(v).... 1. To carry off by force; kidnap... 2. (Physiology) To draw…
(n).... 1. A projecting part of a fortification... 2. A well-fortif…
(adj).... 1. Having calluses; toughened... 2. Emotionally hardened;…
(adj).... 1. Deceiving or tending to deceive... Synonyms: misleadi…
Abduct
(v).... 1. To carry off by force; kidnap... 2. (Physiology) To draw…
Bastions
(n).... 1. A projecting part of a fortification... 2. A well-fortif…
English Fall Vocab #4
reverberation
zealous
debauchery
chandler
(n) a reechoed sound
(adj) - ardently active, devoted, and diligent; eager
(n) - excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures (booze, sex,…
(n) - a person who makes or sells candles; a retailer of prov…
reverberation
(n) a reechoed sound
zealous
(adj) - ardently active, devoted, and diligent; eager
English Fall Vocal 4
adversary
bounty
commendable
discord
a person, group, or force that opposes or attacks; opponent;…
a premium or reward, esp. one offered by a government
praise as worthy of confidence, notice, kindness
disagreement; difference of opinion
adversary
a person, group, or force that opposes or attacks; opponent;…
bounty
a premium or reward, esp. one offered by a government
49 terms
LaRochelle English 4 Fall
Anachronistic
Arid
Banal
Capitulate
(adj.) being out of correct chronological order (In this book…
Dry
COMMONPLACE; TRITE
Surrender
Anachronistic
(adj.) being out of correct chronological order (In this book…
Arid
Dry
English Fall Vocab 4
spherical
retribution
lurch
invariable
adj. - having the form of a globe; round; pertaining to the h…
n.-repayment according to merits or desserts, especially for…
v. - to awkwardly sway or stagger in motion or gait; (of a sh…
adj . - not changing or capable of being changed; static or c…
spherical
adj. - having the form of a globe; round; pertaining to the h…
retribution
n.-repayment according to merits or desserts, especially for…
English 4 Fall Review
Alliteration
Apostrophe
Chiasmus
Cacophony
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
an exclamatory passage in a speech or poem addressed to a per…
a rhetorical or literary figure in which words, grammatical c…
a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds.
Alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Apostrophe
an exclamatory passage in a speech or poem addressed to a per…
50 terms
English 4 Fall Final
Abstain
Benefactor
Coerce
Candid
(Verb) to refrain from something voluntarily
(Noun) A person who confers a benefit kindly helped; patron;…
(Verb) to compel; to force
(Adj) frank; straight forward; sincere
Abstain
(Verb) to refrain from something voluntarily
Benefactor
(Noun) A person who confers a benefit kindly helped; patron;…
21 terms
English 4 Fall final
Sir Gawain
Feudalism
Major languages during middle ages
Main literature themes of Middle Ages
Sir gawain, a knight in king arthors court, accepts a challen…
Caste system (social structure), property system, and militar…
French, Latin, and Middle English
Romance literature :Adventure, love, and the supernatural
Sir Gawain
Sir gawain, a knight in king arthors court, accepts a challen…
Feudalism
Caste system (social structure), property system, and militar…
25 terms
Review English 4 Fall
Deduction
Induction
Syllogism
Enthymeme
Reasoning from general to specific.
Reasoning from specific to general.
A form of reasoning in which two statements are made and a co…
an argument in which one premise is not explicitly stated
Deduction
Reasoning from general to specific.
Induction
Reasoning from specific to general.
19 terms
English 4: Fall Semester Vocabulary (2016-2017)
vivid
convey
foster
transcend
(adjective) looks and feels like real life because it is very…
(verb) to communicate or share something with someone; to mak…
(verb) to help (something) grow or develop
(verb) to rise above or go beyond the normal limits of (somet…
vivid
(adjective) looks and feels like real life because it is very…
convey
(verb) to communicate or share something with someone; to mak…
25 terms
English 4 fall semester
Diffidence
Contrite
Embellish
Dissuade
Shyness
Expressing remorse
Make more attractive
Persuade not to do something
Diffidence
Shyness
Contrite
Expressing remorse
95 terms
English 4 Fall 2016 Final Exam Review
banal
brusque
chicanery
enmity
(adj.) Lacking freshness or originality; commonplace, ordinary
(adj.) Abrupt or blunt in manner or speech, direct and brief…
(n.) Trickery or deception, especially in legal dealings; the…
(n.) Deep-seated, often mutual hatred or ill-will.
banal
(adj.) Lacking freshness or originality; commonplace, ordinary
brusque
(adj.) Abrupt or blunt in manner or speech, direct and brief…
12 terms
English-The Fall Vocabulary 4
Lustrious
cordial
lassitude
odious
adjective-reflecting light evenly and efficiently without gli…
adjective-politely pleasant and friendly
noun-a condition of wariness or listlessness
adjective-causing hatred or strong dislike
Lustrious
adjective-reflecting light evenly and efficiently without gli…
cordial
adjective-politely pleasant and friendly
100 terms
English 4 Fall 2015 Final Exam"
libertine
censure
mirth
paragon
(n) a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestra…
(n) harsh criticism or disapproval... EXAMPLE SENTENCE:... Take eac…
(n) great merriment; amusement; joy... EXAMPLE SENTENCE:... I have…
(n) an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept... EXAM…
libertine
(n) a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestra…
censure
(n) harsh criticism or disapproval... EXAMPLE SENTENCE:... Take eac…
20 terms
English III List #4, Fall 2016
callous
mystic
indignant
verbatim
lacking mercy; insensitive
mysterious
angered by unfairness or meanness
word for word; following an original exactly
callous
lacking mercy; insensitive
mystic
mysterious
29 terms
English 4 Fall Final
Anglo-Saxon
Events of 1066
Medieval
Renaissance
germanic invaders
Edward the confessor dies, normans from France invade, End of…
another name for the middle ages
"rebirth"; following the middle ages, a movement that centere…
Anglo-Saxon
germanic invaders
Events of 1066
Edward the confessor dies, normans from France invade, End of…
135 terms
English 4 Fall Final
bewail
destitute
detract
emancipate
to express deep regret or sorrow
lacking, poor
to take away from the value
to set free from slavery
bewail
to express deep regret or sorrow
destitute
lacking, poor
28 terms
English 4 Fall Final
Anglo-Saxon
Events of 1066
Medieval
Renaissance
germanic invaders
Edward the confessor dies, normans from France invade, End of…
another name for the middle ages
"rebirth"; following the middle ages, a movement that centere…
Anglo-Saxon
germanic invaders
Events of 1066
Edward the confessor dies, normans from France invade, End of…
15 terms
English 11: Vocab 4 Fall
Vapid (adj)
Expedite (adj)
Ex
Ped
Lacking zest or interest
Speed up
Out
Foot
Vapid (adj)
Lacking zest or interest
Expedite (adj)
Speed up
135 terms
English 4 Fall Final Vocab
Bewail
Destitute
Detract
Emancipate
v. To express deep regret or sorrow over
adj. 1. Without resources or possessions, especially the nece…
v. To take away, especially from the value, beauty, or import…
v. To set free from slavery; to liberate
Bewail
v. To express deep regret or sorrow over
Destitute
adj. 1. Without resources or possessions, especially the nece…
10 terms
english vocab week 4 fall
connotation
denotation
aberrant
irony
all the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
the literal, dictionary definition of a word
abnormal or deviant
a situation that produces an outcome that in some way is the…
connotation
all the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
denotation
the literal, dictionary definition of a word
23 terms
English 2A Fall Vocab #4
AM-
EU-
MOR/MORT-
acrid
love
good
death
having a strongly bitter smell or taste
AM-
love
EU-
good
78 terms
AP English 4 Fall Final
Anaphora
Malapropism
Non Sequitur
Oxymoron
Repetition at the beginning... I Have a Dream
a word humorously misused: Example, he is the AMPLE of her ey…
a statement that does not follow logically from what preceded…
Two unlike opposite things right next to each other ex: jumbo…
Anaphora
Repetition at the beginning... I Have a Dream
Malapropism
a word humorously misused: Example, he is the AMPLE of her ey…
13 terms
English fall term Vocab #4
allusion
symbol
archetype
motif
in literature, a reference to something else, such as a myth…
a figure, word, object, or event that has a range of referenc…
character, setting, image, or plot that has universal symboli…
a recurrent element in an artistic or literary work
allusion
in literature, a reference to something else, such as a myth…
symbol
a figure, word, object, or event that has a range of referenc…
English 4-Fall Final Review
Kenning
Irony
Alliteration
Rhyme Scheme
a metaphorical compound word or phrase substituted for a noun…
the contrast between expectation and reality
the repitition of consonant sounds at the begining of words
the pattern of end rhyme in a poem
Kenning
a metaphorical compound word or phrase substituted for a noun…
Irony
the contrast between expectation and reality
English 8 Fall Vocab #4
Pretense
Erratic
Indict
Grudgingly
To make-believe, act, pretend
Irregular, uneven
To charge with a crime
Unwillingly
Pretense
To make-believe, act, pretend
Erratic
Irregular, uneven
20 terms
unit 4 fall vocab. english
annul
blasé
bolster
deplore
to say officially that something is no longer valid: to make…
having or showing a lack of excitement or interest in somethi…
A long ban of cloth completely filled with soft material: a l…
to hate or dislike something very much
annul
to say officially that something is no longer valid: to make…
blasé
having or showing a lack of excitement or interest in somethi…
16 terms
English (Set 4 Vocabulary)(Fall)
Mufti
Khaki
Moribund
Misnomer
Used for uniform that you wear, but not casual clothes
Kha (coffee)
to be in the state of death
Call something by the wrong name
Mufti
Used for uniform that you wear, but not casual clothes
Khaki
Kha (coffee)
5 terms
week 4 vocab english fall
reluctant
sullen
siege
elude
unwilling
grim
blockade
avoid
reluctant
unwilling
sullen
grim
English fall2015 vocab # 4
apt
bestow
derisive
engulf
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
to give as a gift
expressing contempt or ridicule
(v.) to swallow up, overwhelm, consume
apt
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
bestow
to give as a gift
20 terms
Danek English 4 Fall Vocabulary
Abrogate (v)
Abstemious (adj)
Acumen (n)
Antebellum (adj)
repeal or do away with (as with a low or decree); rescind
not self-indulgent, especially with food and drink
astuteness; ability to make good judgements, particularly in…
occurring or existing before a particular war, especially the…
Abrogate (v)
repeal or do away with (as with a low or decree); rescind
Abstemious (adj)
not self-indulgent, especially with food and drink
55 terms
NCS English 3-4 Fall Exam
Catalyst (n)
Catholic (adj)
Cavort (v)
Chafe (v)
A person or thing or agent that speeds up or stimulates a res…
Universal; wide-raging
To leap about in a sprightly manner; romp
To irritare as if by friction or rubbing
Catalyst (n)
A person or thing or agent that speeds up or stimulates a res…
Catholic (adj)
Universal; wide-raging
English 2 fall vocab. 4
Abrasive
Arrogant
Benediction
Deference
Rough grating irritating oersonality
Superiority stuck up
A blessing
Respectful submission to anothers wishes
Abrasive
Rough grating irritating oersonality
Arrogant
Superiority stuck up
135 terms
English 4 Vocab: Fall Term
bewail
destitute
detract
emancipate
v. to express deep regret or sorrow over
adj. 1. Without resources or possessions, especially the nece…
v. to take away, especially from the value, beauty, or import…
v. to set free from slavery; to liberate
bewail
v. to express deep regret or sorrow over
destitute
adj. 1. Without resources or possessions, especially the nece…
English 4 Fall Term Vocabulary
Usurp
Avouch
Portentous
Harbinger
To seize unfairly
To assert; evidence
Ominous
Forerunner
Usurp
To seize unfairly
Avouch
To assert; evidence
20 terms
Fall Semester English Vocab #4
aphorism
assail
beget
bellicose
a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
make a concerted or violent attack on.... (of an unpleasant feel…
(typically of a man, sometimes of a man and a woman) bring (a…
demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight.
aphorism
a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
assail
make a concerted or violent attack on.... (of an unpleasant feel…
Fall 4
Storm
Chilly
Jacket
Squirrel
Storm
Chilly
5 terms
English Fall Final Part 4
Plot:
Characters:
Setting:
Theme:
What is the story about? What happens in the story?
who is in the story?
Where does the story take place?
What is the main idea of the story?
Plot:
What is the story about? What happens in the story?
Characters:
who is in the story?
10 terms
English 4 Unit 5 Fall 2016
boorish (adj)
formidable (adj)
imminent (adj)
immutable (adj)
rude, without manners
intimidating, inspiring fear, threatening
happening right now, immediate
not changing
boorish (adj)
rude, without manners
formidable (adj)
intimidating, inspiring fear, threatening
60 terms
ENGLISH 3-4 FALL (all)
ADJUNCT
ADMONISH
ADVOCATE
AFFILIATE
(noun) a subordinate; an assistant
(verb) to warn, to caution
(verb) to recommend; to speak in favor of
(noun) an associate, partner
ADJUNCT
(noun) a subordinate; an assistant
ADMONISH
(verb) to warn, to caution
18 terms
English 4 Fall Semester Review
Convoluted
Enduring
Inured
Acute
Intricate and complicated
lasting; bear for a long time
hardened; accustomed; used to
Sharp, Severe
Convoluted
Intricate and complicated
Enduring
lasting; bear for a long time
20 terms
English 4 Unit 1 Vocab Fall 2016
Atrocity (n):
Decorous (adj):
Derisive (adj):
Detriment (n):
a wicked, immoral act
proper, dignified
mocking, insulting
a liability, an injury,
Atrocity (n):
a wicked, immoral act
Decorous (adj):
proper, dignified
40 terms
English 4 Unit 2 Vocab Fall 2016
antiquated
bane
belie
compliant
continued from, resembling, or adhering to the past; old-fash…
a person or thing that ruins or spoils, death; destruction
to misrepresent, to show to be false
obedient
antiquated
continued from, resembling, or adhering to the past; old-fash…
bane
a person or thing that ruins or spoils, death; destruction
15 terms
English 4 Unit 6 Vocab Fall 2016
assuage;(v):
atrophy;(v):
Buoyant; (adj):
concise; (adj):
to calm or soothe; to satisfy, to make milder or less severe
to waste away; to decline or decrease from lack of use
tending to float in a fluid or not easily depressed; cheerful.
saying much in few words; brief but full of meaning, succinct
assuage;(v):
to calm or soothe; to satisfy, to make milder or less severe
atrophy;(v):
to waste away; to decline or decrease from lack of use
english fall exam vocab 4
affable
querulous
amorphous
sleazy
courteous and pleasant sociable easy to speak to
peevish complaining fretful
shapeless without definite form of no particular type or char…
thin or flimsy in texture cheap shoddy
affable
courteous and pleasant sociable easy to speak to
querulous
peevish complaining fretful
31 terms
Vocabulary English 4 Fall Final
Shrouds
Omen
Sprawl
Affliction
Clothes in which dead people are wrapped in.
Sign of bad/good luck.
Spread out
Problem/wrong
Shrouds
Clothes in which dead people are wrapped in.
Omen
Sign of bad/good luck.
1 of 10