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Literature-Great Expectations Vocabulary-Volume 1
trenchant
remonstrance
augmented
imprecation
keen, sharp; penetrating
present reasons to oppose; plead in protest
to make greater, more numerous, larger, or more intense
to evoke evil on; to utter curses
trenchant
keen, sharp; penetrating
remonstrance
present reasons to oppose; plead in protest
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
slate
apprenticeship
loiter
morose
(formerly) a writing tablet made of slate
time spent as a novice learning a trade from a skilled worker
to linger in an aimless way, hang around, dawdle, tarry
Having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable
slate
(formerly) a writing tablet made of slate
apprenticeship
time spent as a novice learning a trade from a skilled worker
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Great Expectations Vocabulary #1
Explicit
Ravenously
Impart
Profound
-clearly expressed
-extremely hungry
-to make known; tell
-having deep insight or understanding
Explicit
-clearly expressed
Ravenously
-extremely hungry
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Great Expectations 1
bring Joe to meet her
caused Mrs. Joe to go on another rampa…
addressing his answers to Pip
True
Miss Havisham realizes that when Pip is old enough, he will b…
News of Joe's invitation ___.... caused Mrs. Joe to go on anoth…
Joe put on his Sunday finest, tried his hardest to impress Mi…
T/F... When Pip and Joe went to leave Miss Havisham's house, Jo…
bring Joe to meet her
Miss Havisham realizes that when Pip is old enough, he will b…
caused Mrs. Joe to go on another rampa…
News of Joe's invitation ___.... caused Mrs. Joe to go on anoth…
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Literature Vocabulary for Great expectations
File
vittles
briars
dykes
a matalic tool to sharpen metal
scraps of food
a prickly plant or shrub
barriers blocking water
File
a matalic tool to sharpen metal
vittles
scraps of food
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Literature: Great Expectations
authority
tombstone
vivid
bleak
power e.g. He has the authority to cancel the picnis... expert ,…
a stone marking a grave
strong or bright, sharp e.g. vivid colours, vivid imagaination
bare, cold, empty syn. barren
authority
power e.g. He has the authority to cancel the picnis... expert ,…
tombstone
a stone marking a grave
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Great Expectations1
queen Victoria
rich/poor
not to care about somebody/to take car…
Charles Dickens feels sorry for the po…
Pip's sister doesn't ... about her brother but her husband ta…
Charles Dickens ... the poor people.
queen Victoria
rich/poor
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Great Expectations Vocabulary #1
Explicit
Prodigious
Vicarious
Ravenous
Very Clear; free from vagueness
Enormous
Performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
Very Hungry
Explicit
Very Clear; free from vagueness
Prodigious
Enormous
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Great Expectations ch. 1-2
fancy
elude
impregnable
reproach
imagination (of a whimsical or fantastic nature) n.
To avoid or escape v.
not able to be conquered; impenetrable adj.
to scold, disapprove v. ... or n. x is beyond reproach
fancy
imagination (of a whimsical or fantastic nature) n.
elude
To avoid or escape v.
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Great expectations 1
afflict
ashtray
pilfer
exonerate
беспокоить
пепельница
воровство
реабилитировать
afflict
беспокоить
ashtray
пепельница
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Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
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Great expectations Chapter 1
Tombstone
Blacksmith
Fancies
Lozenge
a stone that is used to mark a grave
a smith who forges and shapes iron with a hammer and anvil
imaginings
tablet or disk that dissolves in the mouth used to soothe a s…
Tombstone
a stone that is used to mark a grave
Blacksmith
a smith who forges and shapes iron with a hammer and anvil
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Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
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Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
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Great Expectations 1
Miss Havisham realizes that when Pip i…
News of Joe's invitation ___.... a- caus…
Joe put on his Sunday finest, tried hi…
T/F... When Pip and Joe went to leave Mi…
a
a
a
True
Miss Havisham realizes that when Pip i…
a
News of Joe's invitation ___.... a- caus…
a
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Great Expectations 1-2
Elude
Impart
Attend
Perceive
to move away from
to pass on, to give someone something
1. pay no attention to ... 2. to take care of
to understand, see, or recognize
Elude
to move away from
Impart
to pass on, to give someone something
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Great Expectations ch. 1-2
fancy
elude
impregnable
reproach
imagination (of a whimsical or fantastic nature) n.
To avoid or escape v.
not able to be conquered; impenetrable adj.
to scold, disapprove v. ... or n. x is beyond reproach
fancy
imagination (of a whimsical or fantastic nature) n.
elude
To avoid or escape v.
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Great Expectations List 1
derive
leaden
augmented
connubial
to obtain through reasoning, often mathematical
heavy; hard to move
made greater in size, extent or quantity
pertaining to marriage
derive
to obtain through reasoning, often mathematical
leaden
heavy; hard to move
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Great Expectations ch.1
coarse
rag
soaked
smothered
خشن
خرقة
مبلل منقوع
covered thickly
coarse
خشن
rag
خرقة
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Great Expectations 1-19
Whose tombstones does Pip discover in…
Who does Pip meet in the graveyard and…
What does Pip use as inspiration to ar…
Who lives with Pip ?
Mother And Fathers
A convict and a file
Letter and fonts on their tombstones
His older sister and Joe
Whose tombstones does Pip discover in…
Mother And Fathers
Who does Pip meet in the graveyard and…
A convict and a file
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English literature vocabulary ( great expectations )
to stare
to gaze
to growl
to glare
regarder fixement
contempler
grogner
regarder méchament
to stare
regarder fixement
to gaze
contempler
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World Literature Vocabulary - Great Expectations
reproach (n.)
disconsolate (adj.)
trenchant (adj.)
larceny (n.)
an expression of disapproval
very unhappy or sad, hopeless
very strong, clear, and effective
the act of stealing
reproach (n.)
an expression of disapproval
disconsolate (adj.)
very unhappy or sad, hopeless
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Great Expectations Quiz 1
imprecations
scrutiny
vicariously
ravenous
slanderous accusations
looking intensely
as, by, or through a substitute
extremely hungry
imprecations
slanderous accusations
scrutiny
looking intensely
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Great Expectations Chapter 1
The novel is written in what point of…
Where does the opening scene take place?
What is Pip's full name?
Where are Pip's parents?
First person; Pip
Graveyard
Phillip Pirrip
buried in the cemetary
The novel is written in what point of…
First person; Pip
Where does the opening scene take place?
Graveyard
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Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
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Great Expectations word list #1-10
Allowance
Apprentice
Benefactor
Blacksmith
money that someone is given regularly
someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
someone who gives money or help to someone else
someone who makes and repairs things made of iron
Allowance
money that someone is given regularly
Apprentice
someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
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Great Expectations stage 1
pip
Joe
Covict #1
Biddy
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
Pip meets in the graveyard and feeds him and gives him a file
orphaned like pip... becomes his tutor
pip
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Joe
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
Great Expectations Week 1
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
very clear as directions: free from vaugeness
enormous
performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit
very clear as directions: free from vaugeness
prodigious
enormous
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
very clear (directions); free from vagueness
enormous
performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit
very clear (directions); free from vagueness
prodigious
enormous
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
Capricious
Conciliatory
Corrugated
Allude
Sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.... Changi…
(actions or remarks) intended to placate or pacify.... OVERCOMI…
Shaped into alternate ridges and grooves.... wrinkled; ridged
Suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at.
Capricious
Sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.... Changi…
Conciliatory
(actions or remarks) intended to placate or pacify.... OVERCOMI…
Great Expectations 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
Greedily
Halfheartedly
Protest
Curse
Ravenously
Greedily
Disconsolately
Halfheartedly
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
Beacon
Beacon POS
Beacon synonyms
On the edge of the river I could faint…
A guide or warning signal. To guide or to warn.
Noun or verb USED AS NOUN IN THE BOOK
Guide, warning
A fire or light set up in a high position as a warning, proba…
Beacon
A guide or warning signal. To guide or to warn.
Beacon POS
Noun or verb USED AS NOUN IN THE BOOK
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
consternation
imprecations
vicariously
presentiment
anxiety, concern
curses
through someone else; experienced indirectly
intuitive feeling
consternation
anxiety, concern
imprecations
curses
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Great Expectations Phase 1 Vocab
Disconsolate
Consternation
Prodigious
Conciliatory
dejected; downcast; cheerless
amazement or surprise- causes confusion
extraordinary or very impressive
to be agreeable, relate
Disconsolate
dejected; downcast; cheerless
Consternation
amazement or surprise- causes confusion
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Great Expectations Vocab 1
Ravenous
Divine
Disconsolate
Consternation
adj extremely hungry famished feeling ravenous after a hard d…
verb to discover or declare... At the boardwalk the psychic divi…
adj hopelessly unhappy inconsolable cheerless gloomy ... discons…
noun a suden alarming amazement or dread that results in utte…
Ravenous
adj extremely hungry famished feeling ravenous after a hard d…
Divine
verb to discover or declare... At the boardwalk the psychic divi…
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Great Expectations 1 - 10
Allowance
Apprentice
Benefactor
Blacksmith
Money that someone is given regularly
Someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
Someone who gives money or help someone else
Someone who makes and repairs things made of iron
Allowance
Money that someone is given regularly
Apprentice
Someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
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Great Expectations Vocab #1
Explict
Prodigious
Vicarious
Ravenous
very clear
enormous
preformed or experienced by one person for another
very hungry
Explict
very clear
Prodigious
enormous
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Great Expectations #1
explicit (adj)
prodigious (adj)
vicarious (adj)
ravenous (adj)
very clear; free from vagueness
enormous
preformed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit (adj)
very clear; free from vagueness
prodigious (adj)
enormous
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Great Expectations Vocab #1
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
very clear, free from vagueness
enormous
performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit
very clear, free from vagueness
prodigious
enormous
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Great Expectations Vocabulary 1
callous
contrive
drudge
indispensable
emotionally hard; unfeeling(adjective)
to devise or plan cleverly(verb)
hard, menial work; a person who performs this work(noun)
absolutely necessary(adjective)
callous
emotionally hard; unfeeling(adjective)
contrive
to devise or plan cleverly(verb)
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great expectations vocab 1
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
very clear (as directions); free from vagueness
enormous
preformed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit
very clear (as directions); free from vagueness
prodigious
enormous
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1-15 Great Expectations
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
(adj.) very clear; free from vagueness
(adj.) enormous
(adj.) performed or experienced by one person as a substitute…
(adj.) very hungry
explicit
(adj.) very clear; free from vagueness
prodigious
(adj.) enormous
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Great Expectations Chapters 1-4
beacon
bleak
derived
elude
a signal or guidance device like a lighthouse
exposed and barren; desolate; gloomy
taken from, received, or obtained from a source
evade or escape from by cunning or strength
beacon
a signal or guidance device like a lighthouse
bleak
exposed and barren; desolate; gloomy
29 terms
Great Expectations Book 1
first person
Pip
Joe Gargery
Mrs. Joe
POV (point of view): told through Pip
Main character. He gets brought up "by hand" by his older sis…
Was beaten by his father when he was young, so respects women…
Brought Pip up "by hand" by beating him with a tickler. She w…
first person
POV (point of view): told through Pip
Pip
Main character. He gets brought up "by hand" by his older sis…
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Great Expectations 1-5
ague
blithe
bolting
confounded
a malarial fever marked by chills, fever, and sweating that r…
happy, lighthearted
eating quickly or without chewing
confused, perplexed
ague
a malarial fever marked by chills, fever, and sweating that r…
blithe
happy, lighthearted
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Unit 1: Great Expectations
Abstract
Antagonist
Allegory
Alliteration
Used as a noun, the term refers to a short summary or outline…
The major character or idea in a narrative or... drama who works…
Story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
Repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words t…
Abstract
Used as a noun, the term refers to a short summary or outline…
Antagonist
The major character or idea in a narrative or... drama who works…
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Great Expectations word list #1-10
Allowance
Apprentice
Benefactor
Blacksmith
money that someone is given regularly
someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
someone who gives money or help to someone else
someone who makes and repairs things made of iron
Allowance
money that someone is given regularly
Apprentice
someone who works for an employer for an agreed amount of tim…
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Aragon- Great Expectations Vocab 1
benefactor
immutable
derived
ravenously
one who provides aid (esp. financial)
unchangeable
obtained or received from a source
hungrily; with greed for gratification
benefactor
one who provides aid (esp. financial)
immutable
unchangeable
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Great Expectations Vocabulary Set 1
explicit
prodigious
vicarious
ravenous
very clear
enormous
performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
very hungry
explicit
very clear
prodigious
enormous
Great Expectations Study Set #1
Explicit
Prodigious
Vicarious
Ravenous
Very Clear (as directions); free from vagueness
Enourmous
Performed or experienced by one person as a substitute for an…
Very hungry
Explicit
Very Clear (as directions); free from vagueness
Prodigious
Enourmous
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