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20 terms
14 November Gifted English II
dejected
emerge (emergent)
fanatical (fanatic)
rejuvenated (juvenile)
depressed
come out; appear
filled with extreme, unquestioned devotion
to make new or young again; to bring new energy to
dejected
depressed
emerge (emergent)
come out; appear
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Gifted English Week 1
Delineate
Engender
Nefarious
Copious
To describe in vivid detail
To cause to produce to create
Extremely wicked
Abundant for plentiful
Delineate
To describe in vivid detail
Engender
To cause to produce to create
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Gifted English week 7
Descrying
Injurious
Aberration
Propitiation
catch sight of.: "she descried two figures"
adj.) causing or likely to cause damage or harm.: "high tempe…
(n.) a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typ…
(n.) the action of propitiating or appeasing a god, spirit, o…
Descrying
catch sight of.: "she descried two figures"
Injurious
adj.) causing or likely to cause damage or harm.: "high tempe…
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14 November Gifted English I
glade
sovereign
cairn
barrow
An open space in a forest
having absolute authority in a certain realm
a mound of stones piled up as a memorial
Castrated male swine
glade
An open space in a forest
sovereign
having absolute authority in a certain realm
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14 March Gifted English II
argument
audience
byline
context
persuading someone to think, do, or feel x
people whom you are trying to persuade
source, writer, date of article
the situation that prompts the argument
argument
persuading someone to think, do, or feel x
audience
people whom you are trying to persuade
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Gifted English Hobbit Week 3
Uncanny
Guffawing
Paraphernalia
Ingenious
To strange or unlikely to seem merely natural; unexpectedly a…
A hearty, boisterous burst of laughter
Apparatus, equipment, or furnishing used for a particular act…
Possessing cleverness and imagination
Uncanny
To strange or unlikely to seem merely natural; unexpectedly a…
Guffawing
A hearty, boisterous burst of laughter
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Gifted Vocab 4 grade Week 14
discouragement
demystify
unsatisfying
replacement
losing confidence , not encouraged
clearer or easier to understand
not satisfying
something that replaces another thing
discouragement
losing confidence , not encouraged
demystify
clearer or easier to understand
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Lambert Gifted English Vocabulary Week 2-3
brood
permeated
aggressively
adamant
To think deeply about something that makes one unhappy.
spread through (something); pervade
ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or re…
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
brood
To think deeply about something that makes one unhappy.
permeated
spread through (something); pervade
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Gifted English Lambert Torn Thread Week 1
ghetto
rations
tenements
swatstika
a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minor…
a fixed amount of commodity officially allowed to each person…
a room or set of rooms forming a separate residence within a…
an ancient symbol in the form of an equal-armed cross with ea…
ghetto
a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minor…
rations
a fixed amount of commodity officially allowed to each person…
Gifted English II--Vocab W14
Ambivalent
Sallow
Repugnant
Entity
1 : simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as…
: any of several Old World broad-leaved willows (as Salix cap…
: causing a strong feeling of dislike or disgust
: something that exists by itself : something that is separat…
Ambivalent
1 : simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as…
Sallow
: any of several Old World broad-leaved willows (as Salix cap…
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Gifted English 1: Week 1 vocabulary
Delineate
Engender
Nefarious
Copious
To describe in vivid detail
To create
Extremely wicked
Plentiful; abundant
Delineate
To describe in vivid detail
Engender
To create
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Gifted English 2: Week 4 Vocabulary
Lethargy
Recondite
Conspicuous
Archaic
Laziness
Hard to understand
Obvious
Ancient/outdated
Lethargy
Laziness
Recondite
Hard to understand
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English 1 Gifted Week 16 Vocabulary Words
adept
aptitude
astute
dexterity
very skilled or capable
a talent or natural ability; ease in learning; intelligence
shrewd in judgment; possessing a keen mind
skill in the use of the hands, the body, or the mind; adroitn…
adept
very skilled or capable
aptitude
a talent or natural ability; ease in learning; intelligence
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Gifted English 1: Week 3 Vocabulary
laud
Induce
Abridge
Bucolic
applaud
To cause to happen
To shorten/ condense
Charmingly rural
laud
applaud
Induce
To cause to happen
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Gifted English 1: Week 2 vocabulary
Corroborate
Amorous
Decorous
Expedite
To confirm; back up with evidence
Feeling loving; suxually
In good taste
To speed up
Corroborate
To confirm; back up with evidence
Amorous
Feeling loving; suxually
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Gifted English: Vocab Week 2 ( ATTWN)
Acquiesced
Hypocrisy
Condone
Placidly
(intra. v.) accept something reluctantly but without protest
(n.) the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beli…
(v.) accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wr…
((adv.) calmly or quietly
Acquiesced
(intra. v.) accept something reluctantly but without protest
Hypocrisy
(n.) the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beli…
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Vocabulary Week 2 - Gift of the Magi (9th English)
magi
fob
imputation
parsimony
(noun) the wise men, generally assumed to be three in number,…
(noun) a chain attached to a watch for carrying in a waistcoa…
(noun) accusation (as of a crime)
(noun) stinginess; extreme unwillingness to spend money or us…
magi
(noun) the wise men, generally assumed to be three in number,…
fob
(noun) a chain attached to a watch for carrying in a waistcoa…
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English 1 Week 14
prose (n)
verse (n)
spontaneous (adj)
criticism (n)
ordinary writing made up of sentences and paragraphs without…
a poem, often one that rhymes
unexpected, unplanned
a serious examination and judgment of something
prose (n)
ordinary writing made up of sentences and paragraphs without…
verse (n)
a poem, often one that rhymes
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29 August, Gifted English II, TKAM ch 10-14
underlying
druthers
deadest
apoplectic
basic; fundamental; only noticeable under scrutiny
one's own way, choice, or preference
True/the truth
filled with rage; irate, stunned with anger
underlying
basic; fundamental; only noticeable under scrutiny
druthers
one's own way, choice, or preference
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14 March Gifted English I OM&M p 1-9
mottled
juncture
recumbent
skittering
Spotted
point of time, especially where two things are joined
lying down
Moving rapidly; skipping
mottled
Spotted
juncture
point of time, especially where two things are joined
English 9 - Week 14
deportment
portfolio
impose
implied
n. a person's behavior or manners
n. a flat, portable case for carrying loose papers, drawings;…
v. to forcibly place upon
adj. suggested but not directly expressed
deportment
n. a person's behavior or manners
portfolio
n. a flat, portable case for carrying loose papers, drawings;…
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English 9 week 14
ardent
assail
asset
barter
intensely eager; passionate
to attack violently or verbally
anything owned that is of value and can be sold or otherwise…
to exchange goods or services without the use of money
ardent
intensely eager; passionate
assail
to attack violently or verbally
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English 11 week 14
indignity
bulwark
emanate
coercion
an injury to a persons dignity; slight; insult
a person or thing serving as a strong defense or protection.…
to send forth or give out. to emit from a source.
to use force or intimidation to obtain what one wants.
indignity
an injury to a persons dignity; slight; insult
bulwark
a person or thing serving as a strong defense or protection.…
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English 12 - Week 14
eulogy
exalt
exhort
expatiate
n. a speech or writing in praise of a person or thing, esp. a…
v. to raise in rank, honor, power, character, quality, etc.
v. to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently
v. to enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in descript…
eulogy
n. a speech or writing in praise of a person or thing, esp. a…
exalt
v. to raise in rank, honor, power, character, quality, etc.
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Week 14 English
shirt
curl
her
turn
shirt
curl
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English II Week 14
Panacea
Pandemonium
Panoply
Panorama
remedy for all ills, universal remedy
Wild uproar; very noisy din
Complete suit of armor; complete covering or equipment
Complete, unobstructed view
Panacea
remedy for all ills, universal remedy
Pandemonium
Wild uproar; very noisy din
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English II Week 14
compensation (n)
contingent (n)
countenance (n)
fluently (adv)
something given in payment
occurring or existing only if (certain other circumstances) a…
A person's face or facial expression
speaking a language effortlessly and correctly
compensation (n)
something given in payment
contingent (n)
occurring or existing only if (certain other circumstances) a…
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English III Week 14
taunt
validate
forage
feral
a remark in order to anger, wound, or provoke someone
demonstrate or support the truth or value of. make declare le…
a wide search over an area in order to obtain something, espe…
in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or do…
taunt
a remark in order to anger, wound, or provoke someone
validate
demonstrate or support the truth or value of. make declare le…
English 9 - Week 14 Vocab
hiatus
avenge
perennial
ineffectual
n. a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process
v. inflict harm in return for an injury or wrong done to ones…
adj. happening over and over; perpetual
adj. does not produce an effect; useless
hiatus
n. a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process
avenge
v. inflict harm in return for an injury or wrong done to ones…
10 terms
Week 14 Digraphs in English
ship
math
fish
bath
ship
math
fish
bath
ship
ship
math
math
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English 11 Week 14
timbre
vivacious
languid
vagrant
the character or quality of a musical sound or voice as disti…
attractively lively and animated.
weak or faint from illness or fatigue.
a person without a settled home or regular work who wanders f…
timbre
the character or quality of a musical sound or voice as disti…
vivacious
attractively lively and animated.
22 terms
English 2 - Week 14 Vocabulary
engine
flight
mirror
oil
the part of the vehicle that produces power to make the vehic…
a journey made by air, especially in a plane
a piece of glass that reflects images
a form of petroleum that is used as fuel and to make parts of…
engine
the part of the vehicle that produces power to make the vehic…
flight
a journey made by air, especially in a plane
20 terms
14 March Gifted English I OM&M p 1-9
mottled
juncture
recumbent
skittering
spotted
an act of joining; combining.
lying down; reclining; leaning.
to go, run, or glide lightly or rapidly.
mottled
spotted
juncture
an act of joining; combining.
10 terms
English 9 - Week 14
soporific
amalgam
juxtapose
carnivore
causing sleep
a mixture of different elements
to place side by side
a flesh-eating animal
soporific
causing sleep
amalgam
a mixture of different elements
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English Vocab week 14
Trite
Melancholy
Choleric
Phlegmatic
Hackneyed, Stale
Plaintive, Sad
Irascible, Grouchy
Stolid, Sluggish
Trite
Hackneyed, Stale
Melancholy
Plaintive, Sad
30 terms
Week 14 English II
phor
mend
epi
ob
carry
flaw
on
against
phor
carry
mend
flaw
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English Idioms - Week 14
All over the map
All over the place
All over the shop
All over the show
If something like a discussion is all over the map, it doesn'…
If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is al…
If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is al…
If something is all over the show, it's in a complete mess. A…
All over the map
If something like a discussion is all over the map, it doesn'…
All over the place
If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is al…
22 terms
English 4 Vocab Week 14
Temperance
Chasm
Exhort
Exert
(n) moderation or self-restraint; not going to extremes... adj=t…
(n) a deep, gaping hole; a great divide; a big gap
(v) to urge strongly, advise earnestly
(v) to use physical or mental energy; to put in effort... noun=e…
Temperance
(n) moderation or self-restraint; not going to extremes... adj=t…
Chasm
(n) a deep, gaping hole; a great divide; a big gap
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Week 14, English 1
act
aside
character
comedy
a main division of a play, ballet, or opera
A speech (usually just a short comment) made by an actor to t…
A person or an animal in a story, a play, or another literary…
A type of drama in which the characters experience reversals…
act
a main division of a play, ballet, or opera
aside
A speech (usually just a short comment) made by an actor to t…
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week 14 english STUDY !!!!!!!!!!!!
congenial
decipher
enigma
ineffectual
1. Getting along well with others; affable.... 2. Suited to one'…
1. To convert from a code or secret writing into ordinary lan…
1. Anything that is puzzling, mysterious, or hard to figure o…
1. Not bringing about the desired result, futile.
congenial
1. Getting along well with others; affable.... 2. Suited to one'…
decipher
1. To convert from a code or secret writing into ordinary lan…
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Week 14 English Vocabulary Words
mono-, uni-
bi-, du-
monopoly
unicorn
one
two
control by one person or one company
a horse like animal with one horn
mono-, uni-
one
bi-, du-
two
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English 1 Vocab Week 14
Refute
Relish
Reminisce
Remorse
(v) to disprove, prove to be false... noun=refutation... refutable=…
(v) to enjoy, to cherish
(v) to recall one's past thoughts, feelings, or experiences... a…
(n) deep regret... adj=remorseful
Refute
(v) to disprove, prove to be false... noun=refutation... refutable=…
Relish
(v) to enjoy, to cherish
30 terms
Week 14 - Indo/English
butuh
tangan
sarapan
mengenal
to need (something)
hand
breakfast
to know (a person) / to recognize (a person)
butuh
to need (something)
tangan
hand
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English II - Week 14
adjure
autonomous
surcease
decorum
to charge, bind, or command earnestly and solemnly, often und…
self-governing; independent; subject to its own laws only
to come to an end
dignified propriety of behavior, speech, dress, etc
adjure
to charge, bind, or command earnestly and solemnly, often und…
autonomous
self-governing; independent; subject to its own laws only
15 terms
English vocab week 14
lucrative
lethargy
hoodwink
panacea
producing wealth
the quality or state of being lazy
to deceive by false appearance
a remedy for all ills or difficulties
lucrative
producing wealth
lethargy
the quality or state of being lazy
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Week 14 Vocab - English II
Farce
Farcical
Fervent
Fictitious
(n.) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broa…
(adj.) absurd; ridiculous... (It was a farcical experiment with…
(adj.) very earnest, emotional, passionate; extremely hot... (H…
(adj.) not real; false... (The fictitious land existed only in…
Farce
(n.) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broa…
Farcical
(adj.) absurd; ridiculous... (It was a farcical experiment with…
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Week 14, English 2
voluble
vibrant
inadvertently
effeminate
talkative; speaking easily; glib
Full of life
unintentionally; by oversight; carelessly;
Having feminine qualities
voluble
talkative; speaking easily; glib
vibrant
Full of life
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English 12 - Week 14
eulogy
exalt
exhort
expatiate
n. a speech or writing in praise of a person or thing, esp. a…
v. to raise in rank, honor, power, character, quality, etc.
v. to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently
v. to enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in descript…
eulogy
n. a speech or writing in praise of a person or thing, esp. a…
exalt
v. to raise in rank, honor, power, character, quality, etc.
15 terms
Week 14 English 3
Autonomy
Circumspect
Composure
Edifice
The quality or state of being self-governing; independence.
Cautious and prudent; heedful of consequences.
Calmness of mind or bearing; self-control.
A large, imposing structure or building.
Autonomy
The quality or state of being self-governing; independence.
Circumspect
Cautious and prudent; heedful of consequences.
15 terms
Week 14 English II
Accumulate
Aggravate
Conserve
Contaminate
To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gath…
To make worse. To anger or annoy.
To save by using carefully.
To harm by contact with something undesirable.
Accumulate
To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gath…
Aggravate
To make worse. To anger or annoy.
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