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Great Gatsby Chapter 4
In this chapter, we discover more abou…
Secondly, we meet Meyer Wolfsheim, a m…
Finally, we hear Jordan Baker's story…
What has Daisy's life been like since…
Yes; Nick believes him because of his proof.
He is a Jew, a gambler, and a friend of Gatsby; he thinks Gat…
Gatsby and Daisy were a thing until Gatsby had to leave to go…
She is mad about Tom, her husband and she is miserable
In this chapter, we discover more abou…
Yes; Nick believes him because of his proof.
Secondly, we meet Meyer Wolfsheim, a m…
He is a Jew, a gambler, and a friend of Gatsby; he thinks Gat…
26 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
disintegrating
knickerbockers
fluctuate
hydroplane
break up into small parts, typically as the result of impact…
loose-fitting short trousers gathered in at the knees.
to change continually; shift back and forth; vary irregularly
a light, high-powered boat, especially one with hydrofoils or…
disintegrating
break up into small parts, typically as the result of impact…
knickerbockers
loose-fitting short trousers gathered in at the knees.
10 terms
Great Gatsby Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine retribution
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
punishment from a higher being for bad deeds or transgressions
Knickerbocker
any New Yorker
Fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth
26 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
disintegrating
knickerbockers
fluctuate
hydroplane
break up into small parts, typically as the result of impact…
loose-fitting short trousers gathered in at the knees.
to change continually; shift back and forth; vary irregularly
a light, high-powered boat, especially one with hydrofoils or…
disintegrating
break up into small parts, typically as the result of impact…
knickerbockers
loose-fitting short trousers gathered in at the knees.
10 terms
The Great Gatsby chapter 4
Lurched
Incredulity
Benediction
Denizen
moved with a sudden jerking motion
doubt about the truth of something
the act of praying for divine protection
a person who inhabits a particular place
Lurched
moved with a sudden jerking motion
Incredulity
doubt about the truth of something
10 terms
Chapter 4 The Great Gatsby
jaunty
knickerbocker
fluctuate
sporadic
easy and sprightly in manner or bearing
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
jaunty
easy and sprightly in manner or bearing
knickerbocker
any New Yorker
7 terms
The Great Gatsby, Chapter 4
labyrinth
obscure
engrossed
obtrusive
(n.) complex system of paths in which it is easy to get lost
(adj.) not clearly understood or expressed
(adj.) giving or marked by complete attention to
(adj.) very noticeable; sticking out
labyrinth
(n.) complex system of paths in which it is easy to get lost
obscure
(adj.) not clearly understood or expressed
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4-5
benediction
defunct
facade
fluctuate
a prayer at the end of a religious ceremony; a call to God
no longer living; dead or extinct
the face of a building, especially the main front
to change or cause to change position constantly; be or make…
benediction
a prayer at the end of a religious ceremony; a call to God
defunct
no longer living; dead or extinct
7 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Denizen
Disconcerting
Fluctuate
Hydroplane
inhabitant
upsetting; confusing
to vary; to change
a type of motorboat
Denizen
inhabitant
Disconcerting
upsetting; confusing
20 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Bootlegger
Theatrical
Triumphant
Disconcerting
(noun) a person who illegally transports, makes, or sells liq…
(adj) relating to acting, actors, or the theater
(adj) having achieved victory or success
(adj) causing one to feel unsettled
Bootlegger
(noun) a person who illegally transports, makes, or sells liq…
Theatrical
(adj) relating to acting, actors, or the theater
23 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
What is the common denominator to all…
What was Nick writing on an empty time…
What happened to Nick's first impressi…
Describe Gatsby's car.
People who are using him for money and wealth
The names of those who came to Gatsby's house
It gradually faded. Gatsby "had become simply the proprietor…
-Rich cream color... -Bright with nickel... -Triumphant hat-boxes a…
What is the common denominator to all…
People who are using him for money and wealth
What was Nick writing on an empty time…
The names of those who came to Gatsby's house
21 terms
The Great Gatsby chapter 4
What are the two rumors are about Gats…
What does it mean to be a leech?
who is Klipspringer?
What does it mean to be a boarder?
He is a bootlegger and he killed a man who had found out that…
a person who clings to another for personal gain, especially…
He's a guy that is always at Gatsby's house referred as "the…
A person that rents a room in someone's home
What are the two rumors are about Gats…
He is a bootlegger and he killed a man who had found out that…
What does it mean to be a leech?
a person who clings to another for personal gain, especially…
30 terms
The Great Gatsby: Key Vocab: Chapter 4
bootlegger
cocktail
hospitality
subtle
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
n.... A friendly welcome and treatment of guests.
adj.... Not obvious, difficult to perceive.
bootlegger
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
cocktail
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
11 terms
Great Gatsby Chapter 4
fluctuate
sporadic
labyrinth
retribution
(v.) to change continually; shift back and forth or up and down
(adj.) occurring at irregular intervals, having no set plan o…
(n.) an almost impossible maze; confusingly intricate arrange…
(n.) a repayment; a deserved punishment
fluctuate
(v.) to change continually; shift back and forth or up and down
sporadic
(adj.) occurring at irregular intervals, having no set plan o…
8 terms
Great Gatsby - Chapter 4
disintegrate (p. 61/65)
sporadic (p. 64/68)
punctilious (p. 64/68)
disconcerting (p. 64/69)
verb - to decay; decompose; break up
adj - periodic; random; happening at irregular intervals
adj - painstaking; meticulous; strict attention to minute det…
adj - confusing; disturbing; causing emotional disturbance
disintegrate (p. 61/65)
verb - to decay; decompose; break up
sporadic (p. 64/68)
adj - periodic; random; happening at irregular intervals
30 terms
The Great Gatsby: Key Vocab: Chapter 4
bootlegger
cocktail
hospitality
subtle
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
n.... A friendly welcome and treatment of guests.
adj.... Not obvious, difficult to perceive.
bootlegger
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
cocktail
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
Chapter 4 Vocab The Great Gatsby
melodious
repute
sporadic
disconcerting
something that sounds like music
someone who's widely known and highly respected
something that happens often, but not regularly.
uneasy or unsettles
melodious
something that sounds like music
repute
someone who's widely known and highly respected
9 terms
The Great Gatsby - Chapter 4 Vocabulary Review
knickerbocker
fluctuate
sporadic
rajah
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
a king or prince in India; a minor chief or dignitary
knickerbocker
any New Yorker
fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth
13 terms
ELL The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Bootlegger
Disconcerting
Bizarre
Solemn
a person who illegally transports, makes, or sells liquor
causing one to feel unsettled
very strange, weird, freakish
grave, somber
Bootlegger
a person who illegally transports, makes, or sells liquor
Disconcerting
causing one to feel unsettled
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 4 vocab
Subtle
Repute
Sporadic
Punctilious
Delicate in meaning or intent; faint and mysterious
Reputation, public name
Occurring at random intervals, uneven
Extremely attentive to detail, meticulous, conscientious
Subtle
Delicate in meaning or intent; faint and mysterious
Repute
Reputation, public name
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Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Kinckerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine retribution
Any new yorker
To change continually,swift back and forth.
Appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time, occasi…
Punishment from a higher being for bad deeds or transgressions
Kinckerbocker
Any new yorker
Fluctuate
To change continually,swift back and forth.
25 terms
The Great Gatsby - Chapter 4
modish
luxuriate
disembodied
juxtaposition
in the current fashion or style
enjoy to excess
not having a material body
the act of positioning close together
modish
in the current fashion or style
luxuriate
enjoy to excess
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
knickerbocker
fluctuate
sporadic
divine retribution
any New Yorker
to change continually, shift back and forth
occasional, not very often
punishment through god or similar
knickerbocker
any New Yorker
fluctuate
to change continually, shift back and forth
6 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
punctilious
labyrinth
disconcerting
sinister
precise, formal
maze
confusing
ominous, evil
punctilious
precise, formal
labyrinth
maze
6 terms
The Great Gatsby chapter 4
lurched
sporadic
punctilious
proprietor
moved or swayed suddenly or unsteadily
not happening at regular intervals
in a careful manner, paying close attention to etiquette
the owner of a business; a legal owner
lurched
moved or swayed suddenly or unsteadily
sporadic
not happening at regular intervals
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine retribution
(N) any New Yorker
(V) to change continually
(Adj) Appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time
(N) punishment from a higher being for bad deeds or transgres…
Knickerbocker
(N) any New Yorker
Fluctuate
(V) to change continually
10 terms
Chapter 4 Vocabulary The Great Gatsby
punctioious... It was his punctilious nat…
somnambulist... Be carefule of the somnam…
juxtaposition... If a waiter served you a…
wan... His wan face suddenly flushed.
percise
ones who walks in their sleep
positioning close together
unnatural of sickly color
punctioious... It was his punctilious nat…
percise
somnambulist... Be carefule of the somnam…
ones who walks in their sleep
10 terms
The Great Gatsby -- Chapter 4
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine Retribution
(N) -any New Yorker.
(V) -to change continually; shift back and forth.
(Adj.) -appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time…
(N) -punishment from a higher being for bad deeds or transgre…
Knickerbocker
(N) -any New Yorker.
Fluctuate
(V) -to change continually; shift back and forth.
10 terms
Chapter 4 The Great Gatsby
Bootlegger
disintegrate
knickerbockers
sporadic
someone who sells smuggled goods illegally-in the '20s it was…
to decay; decompose; break up
loose-fitting pants that gathered at or below the knee
periodic; random; happening at irregular intervals
Bootlegger
someone who sells smuggled goods illegally-in the '20s it was…
disintegrate
to decay; decompose; break up
9 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
disintegrate
sporadic
punctilious
disconcerning
(v) to break into fragments or small pieces; to crumble or fa…
(adj.) occurring at irregular intervals, having no set plan o…
(adj.) very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of et…
adj. confusing; disturbing; causing emotional disturbance
disintegrate
(v) to break into fragments or small pieces; to crumble or fa…
sporadic
(adj.) occurring at irregular intervals, having no set plan o…
10 terms
The Great Gatsby chapter 4
Lurched
Incredulity
Benediction
Denizen
moved with a sudden jerking motion
doubt about the truth of something
the act of praying for divine protection
a person who inhabits a particular place
Lurched
moved with a sudden jerking motion
Incredulity
doubt about the truth of something
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Rajah
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
a king or prince in India; a minor chief or dignitary
Knickerbocker
any New Yorker
Fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine retribution
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
punishment from a higher being for bad deeds
Knickerbocker
any New Yorker
Fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth
24 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
antecedents
conceits
contingencies
debauchee
predecessors
fanciful ideas
possible outcomes
a person corrupted by indulgence
antecedents
predecessors
conceits
fanciful ideas
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
punctilious
incredulity
commissioner
non-olfactory
attentive to rules, ceremony
inability to believe
a government official in charge of a department or district
not relating to sense of smell
punctilious
attentive to rules, ceremony
incredulity
inability to believe
31 terms
The Great Gatsby chapter 4
Nick calls Gatsby a "character"
the pervasiveness of bootlegging and o…
Gatsby is the perfect symbol of the st…
in addition to representing Gatsby's l…
highlights his strange role as an actor
contributed largely to the heedless, excessive pleasure-seeki…
that Fitz portrays as the spirit of 1920s America
Gatsby's irresistible longing to achieve his dream, the conne…
Nick calls Gatsby a "character"
highlights his strange role as an actor
the pervasiveness of bootlegging and o…
contributed largely to the heedless, excessive pleasure-seeki…
25 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Describe Gatsby's car
Who does Gatsby say that he is?
What city does Gatsby say he is origin…
Does Nick believe Gatsby's stories at…
It was a rich cream color and green interior
the son of wealthy people in the Midwest, educated at Oxford,…
San Francisco
No
Describe Gatsby's car
It was a rich cream color and green interior
Who does Gatsby say that he is?
the son of wealthy people in the Midwest, educated at Oxford,…
23 terms
The Great Gatsby - Chapter 4
Why does Nick almost laugh when Gatsby…
What convinces Nick that Gatsby might…
What is Meyer Wolfsheim rumored to hav…
What does Daisy do on the night of her…
He thinks Gatsby sounds like a bad novel and he sounds like h…
Gatsby shows Nick a medal from Montenegro
Fixed the World Series
She gets drunk
Why does Nick almost laugh when Gatsby…
He thinks Gatsby sounds like a bad novel and he sounds like h…
What convinces Nick that Gatsby might…
Gatsby shows Nick a medal from Montenegro
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Who does Gatsby say that he is?
What sort of evidence does Gatsby prov…
What's one of Gatsby's requests for Ni…
What happens when Gatsby is pulled ove…
the son of wealthy people in the Midwest, educated at Oxford,…
a medal from Montenegro, a photograph of him at Oxford.
To have tea with Miss Baker that afternoon- she would explain…
Gatsby shows the police man a Christmas card from the commiss…
Who does Gatsby say that he is?
the son of wealthy people in the Midwest, educated at Oxford,…
What sort of evidence does Gatsby prov…
a medal from Montenegro, a photograph of him at Oxford.
9 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
What is the common denominator to all…
What does Gatsby tell Nick about himse…
What "matter" does Gatsby have Jordan…
What does Gatsby do when he is speedin…
People who are using him for money and wealth
-Educated in Oxford, Collected riches all around Europe, Then…
Gatsby asked Jordan to ask Nick to invite Daisy over for tea…
He shows the police a white card.
What is the common denominator to all…
People who are using him for money and wealth
What does Gatsby tell Nick about himse…
-Educated in Oxford, Collected riches all around Europe, Then…
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
bootlegger
disintegrate
sporadic
indecisive
(n) someone who makes or sells illegal liquor
(v) break up or decompose; deteriorate; worsen
(adj) occurring at irregular intervals, having no set plan or…
(adj) unable to make decisions
bootlegger
(n) someone who makes or sells illegal liquor
disintegrate
(v) break up or decompose; deteriorate; worsen
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Punctulious
Incredulity
Somnambulatory
Benediction
(Latin) adjective... Being strict.
(Latin) noun... The state of being unwilling or unable to belie…
(Latin)... adjective ... In a sleepwalking manner.
(Latin)... noun... The act of blessing: an utterance of good wishes.
Punctulious
(Latin) adjective... Being strict.
Incredulity
(Latin) noun... The state of being unwilling or unable to belie…
42 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
what is gatsby known as?
what is the rumor about gatsby?
what is fitzgerald's purpose for namin…
going to lunch with gatsby is signific…
a bootlegger
"one time he killed a man who had found out that he was nephe…
suggests the array of people that attend
first time gatsby has called on him
what is gatsby known as?
a bootlegger
what is the rumor about gatsby?
"one time he killed a man who had found out that he was nephe…
10 terms
Great Gatsby Chapter 4
Knickerbockers
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Devine retribution
Loose fitting pants that are gatherred at the knee
Rise and fall iregularly in a number amount
Ocurring at iregular intervals or only in a few places, scatt…
A super natural punishment of a person by diety
Knickerbockers
Loose fitting pants that are gatherred at the knee
Fluctuate
Rise and fall iregularly in a number amount
30 terms
The Great Gatsby: Key Vocab: Chapter 4
bootlegger
cocktail
hospitality
subtle
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
n.... A friendly welcome and treatment of guests.
adj.... Not obvious, difficult to perceive.
bootlegger
n.... Someone who makes or sells illegal liquor/alcohol.
cocktail
n.... An alcoholic drink, usually made with different types of a…
23 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4
What is the common denominator to all…
What was Nick writing on an empty time…
What happened to Nick's first impressi…
Describe Gatsby's car.
People who are using him for money and wealth
The names of those who came to Gatsby's house
It gradually faded. Gatsby "had become simply the proprietor…
-Rich cream color... -Bright with nickel... -Triumphant hat-boxes a…
What is the common denominator to all…
People who are using him for money and wealth
What was Nick writing on an empty time…
The names of those who came to Gatsby's house
12 terms
The Great Gatsby Vocabulary Chapter 4-5
Convivial
Disconcerting
Sinister
Vestige
(adj)Fond of feasting, drinking and good company sociable... Gat…
(adj) Upsetting disturbing. It is _________ that you don't se…
(adj) Suggesting evil Wolfsheim is a rather ________ character.
(noun) Sign of something that once existed but no longer does…
Convivial
(adj)Fond of feasting, drinking and good company sociable... Gat…
Disconcerting
(adj) Upsetting disturbing. It is _________ that you don't se…
9 terms
The Great Gatsby - Chapter 4 Vocabulary Review
knickerbocker
fluctuate
sporadic
rajah
any New Yorker
to change continually; shift back and forth
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
a king or prince in India; a minor chief or dignitary
knickerbocker
any New Yorker
fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Vocabulary chapter 4
Knickerbocker
Fluctuate
Sporadic
Divine retribution
any New Yorker.
to change continually; shift back and forth.
appearing or happening at irregular intervals in time; occasi…
punishment from a higher being for bad deeds or... transgressions.
Knickerbocker
any New Yorker.
Fluctuate
to change continually; shift back and forth.
27 terms
Great Gatsby chapter 4/5
Disintegrate
Sporadic
Punctilious
Disconcerting
To decay, decompse, break up
Random, happening irregulary
Strict attention to details
Confusing, disturbing
Disintegrate
To decay, decompse, break up
Sporadic
Random, happening irregulary
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