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English 11 The Great Gatsby
Feign
Reproach
Supercilious
Fractious
To put on a show; pretend; to make-up; invent: verb
To find fault with; blame: verb
Displaying arrogant pride; scorn: adjective
Irritable; unruly: adjective
Feign
To put on a show; pretend; to make-up; invent: verb
Reproach
To find fault with; blame: verb
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English 11: Great Gatsby
Gaudy
Permeate
Innuendo
Vehemently
adj. brilliantly or excessively showy
v. to pass into or through every part of
n. a direct intimation about a person or thing-generally in a…
adj. zealous/ excited/passionate
Gaudy
adj. brilliantly or excessively showy
Permeate
v. to pass into or through every part of
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ENGLISH 11: The Great Gatsby VOCAB
incredulously
supercilious
incessant
strident
(adv) skeptically
(adj) arrogant
(adj) constant
(adj) harsh
incredulously
(adv) skeptically
supercilious
(adj) arrogant
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
Owl eyes
Wilson
Wolfshiem
Tom Buchanan
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
"let us learn to show friendship for a man when he is alive a…
"Civilization's going to pieces... It's up to us, who are the…
Owl eyes
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
Wilson
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
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The Great Gatsby English 11 Vocab
affront
apathetic
discordant
extemporize
deliberate act or display of disrespect
showing little emotion
conflicting;tension felt between people
to sing or play an instrument(performance w/o preparing)
affront
deliberate act or display of disrespect
apathetic
showing little emotion
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English 11: The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
languid
feigned
levity
supercilious
inactive, sluggish
pretended
lack of seriousness
haughtiness in bearing and attitude, arrogance
languid
inactive, sluggish
feigned
pretended
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English 11: The Great Gatsby Vocab
Feigned
Levity
Debauchery
Supercilious
To pretend
Humor or frivolity
Excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
Feigned
To pretend
Levity
Humor or frivolity
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English 11 Vocabulary : The Great Gatsby
Feign
Levity
Extemporize
Sumptuous
(verb) To pretend to be affected by... (adjective) feigned
(noun) humor especially in a manner lacking respect
(verb) compose, perform, or produce something
(adjective) splendid and expensive-looking... (noun) sumptuosit…
Feign
(verb) To pretend to be affected by... (adjective) feigned
Levity
(noun) humor especially in a manner lacking respect
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English 11 Great Gatsby
Defunct
Obstinate
Vestige
Colossal
No longer existing or fiction disused,unused,obselete
Stubbornly refusing one's opinion , infelexible, stubborn
A trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exist…
Extremely large huge massive, enourmas
Defunct
No longer existing or fiction disused,unused,obselete
Obstinate
Stubbornly refusing one's opinion , infelexible, stubborn
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English 11: Great Gatsby
Asunder
Ceaseless
Colossal
Complacent
(adv) apart , into pieces
(adj) without stopping or pausing; unending
(adj) great in size, very very big
(adj) self-satisfied
Asunder
(adv) apart , into pieces
Ceaseless
(adj) without stopping or pausing; unending
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The Great Gatsby (English 11- Cousino)
Punctilious
Disconcerting
Evasion
Insignia
Careful/perfectionist
Disturbing/alarming
Avoidance
Badge/crest
Punctilious
Careful/perfectionist
Disconcerting
Disturbing/alarming
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The Great Gatsby Review (English 11)
Nick Carraway's social class?
how does Nick see Gatsby?
Nick = from which college? hometown? i…
what is the significance of Nick havin…
old rich
he withholds judgment against Gatsby, G fell prey to "foul du…
Yale, Minnesota, bond salesman
he = old money, bridging the gap btwn old and new money
Nick Carraway's social class?
old rich
how does Nick see Gatsby?
he withholds judgment against Gatsby, G fell prey to "foul du…
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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby C
Bizarre (adj)
Circumstantial (adj)
Extinguished (v)
Obstinate (adj)
Strange
Not able to be proven
Put out
Stubborn
Bizarre (adj)
Strange
Circumstantial (adj)
Not able to be proven
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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby A
Epigram (n)
Fractiousness (n)
Discontent (adj)
Coherence (n)
Witty saying
Crabbiness
Unhappy
Making sense
Epigram (n)
Witty saying
Fractiousness (n)
Crabbiness
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English 11: Vocab 2- The Great Gatsby
Generalities
Sporadic
Sinister
Languidly
Not specific
At Intervals
Threatening
Lazy
Generalities
Not specific
Sporadic
At Intervals
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Great Gatsby Vocab - English 11
prig
row
saunter
fractious
(n) a self-righteously moralistic person who behaves as if su…
(n) A noisy or quarrel or disturbance.
(v) to walk in a slow, relaxed manner
(adj) hard to manage or control (typically in kids)
prig
(n) a self-righteously moralistic person who behaves as if su…
row
(n) A noisy or quarrel or disturbance.
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Great Gatsby Vocab (English 11)
Vulnerable
Privy
Levity
Supercilious
Susceptible to critism/persuasion/temptation
Informed about something secret
Manner lacking seriousness
Thinking ones views are unworthy
Vulnerable
Susceptible to critism/persuasion/temptation
Privy
Informed about something secret
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English 11 Great Gatsby Vocab
levity
supercilious
effeminate
complacency
(n) humor or silliness
(adj) disdainful
(adj) unmanly or showing womanly traits
(n) smugness
levity
(n) humor or silliness
supercilious
(adj) disdainful
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English Great Gatsby Quotes
Nick Carraway's father
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
"Reserving judgements is a matter of infinite hope"
"A sense of the fundamental decencies is parcelled out unequa…
Nick Carraway's father
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
Nick Carraway
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
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Stroh English 11 The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
Innumerable
Sumptuous
Virtue
Pungent
Countless, too many to count
Greatly expensive; lavish
Moral excellence; righteousness
Odorous; smelly; stinky
Innumerable
Countless, too many to count
Sumptuous
Greatly expensive; lavish
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English 11 The Great Gatsby Vocab List 1
deft (adj.)
feign (v)
poignant (adj.)
transcendent (adj.)
skillful/quick in movement
to pretend to be affected by
evoking sadness or regret
exceeding normal limits
deft (adj.)
skillful/quick in movement
feign (v)
to pretend to be affected by
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English 11- Vocabulary Great Gatsby
Feign
Supercil
Conscientioud
Incredulous
To imitate deceptively; to make believe
Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of thos…
Meticulous, careful, painstaking, particular
Indicating or showing unbelif
Feign
To imitate deceptively; to make believe
Supercil
Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of thos…
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English Great Gatsby Quotes
Nick Carraway's father
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
"Reserving judgements is a matter of infinite hope"
"A sense of the fundamental decencies is parcelled out unequa…
Nick Carraway's father
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
Nick Carraway
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
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The Great Gatsby Vocab - English 11 H
deft
feign
incredulous
poignant
adj. neatly skillful and quick in one's movements
verb. pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).
adj.(of a person or their manner) unwilling or unable to beli…
adj. evoking sense of sadness or regret.
deft
adj. neatly skillful and quick in one's movements
feign
verb. pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).
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11 English Vocab 1 The Great Gatsby
Sinister
Contemptuous
Compulsion
Fervent
Given the impression that something evil is going to happen
Feeling hatred; scornful
compelling; strong desire that is difficult to control; irres…
very earnest, emotional, passionate; extremely hot
Sinister
Given the impression that something evil is going to happen
Contemptuous
Feeling hatred; scornful
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English 11 The Great Gatsby Vocab list 2
Homogeneity (N)
Magnanimous(Adj.)
Dissension(N)
Truculent(Adj.)
State of being the same
Generous, charitable
disagreement/strife
Eager to argue/aggressively defiant
Homogeneity (N)
State of being the same
Magnanimous(Adj.)
Generous, charitable
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
"I've been drunk for about a week now,…
"God knows what you've been doing... Y…
"let us learn to show friendship for a…
"Civilization's going to pieces... It'…
Owl eyes
Wilson
Wolfshiem
Tom Buchanan
"I've been drunk for about a week now,…
Owl eyes
"God knows what you've been doing... Y…
Wilson
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English 11 Great Gatsby 2
wisp
commensurate
indiscernible
reverie
a fleeting trace or indication; a thread; a streak of smoke
equal in measure or extent
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive; imperceptible
the condition of being (deliriously) lost in thought
wisp
a fleeting trace or indication; a thread; a streak of smoke
commensurate
equal in measure or extent
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The Great Gatsby Vocab One English 11
feigned
levity
parceled
riotous
pretended
an inappropriate lack of seriousness; overly casual
divided and distributed
behaving in a violent and uncontrolled way
feigned
pretended
levity
an inappropriate lack of seriousness; overly casual
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Honors English 11 Unit 3 The Great Gatsby
Feign (v)
Conscientious (adj)
Reciprocal (adj)
Wan (adj)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
Mutual; corresponding; matching; equivalent
Of an unnatural or sickly pallor; Black in color
Feign (v)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Conscientious (adj)
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
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The Great Gatsby Vocab #11 English 10 CP
permeate
innuendo
erroneous
vehement
(v) to pass into or through every part of
(n) an indirect intimation or suggestion about a person or th…
(adj.) containing mistakes; incorrect; wrong
(adj.) intense; impassioned; ardent
permeate
(v) to pass into or through every part of
innuendo
(n) an indirect intimation or suggestion about a person or th…
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English 11 exam review- the great Gatsby vocab
Contiguous
Frigned
Supercilious
Elations
shifty, not straightforward
not real, pretended
arrogant
feelings of great joy
Contiguous
shifty, not straightforward
Frigned
not real, pretended
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Great Gatsby test: English 11
Commits suicide
Tells nick he is from San Francisco
Wants to buy Toms car
Grew up in North Dakota
George
Gatsby
George
Gatsby
Commits suicide
George
Tells nick he is from San Francisco
Gatsby
English Vocabulary: The Great Gatsby
Supercilious
Reciprocal
Languid
Fervent
arrogant, superior to others, cocky
mutal feeling between two people
lacking energy, weak
passionate intensity or enthusiasm
Supercilious
arrogant, superior to others, cocky
Reciprocal
mutal feeling between two people
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Great Gatsby Honors English 11
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
From where did the narrator come and w…
Describe the narrator's house.
Describe the Buchanan's house.
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
Not a very big house and not very fancy. It is surround by ma…
The Buchanan's is a large mansion that has been used from gen…
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
From where did the narrator come and w…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
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The Great Gatsby Characters English 11 Spring Exam
Jay Gatsby
Nick Carraway
Daisy Buchanan
Tom Buchanan
the main character (protagonist), in love with Daisy
the narrator and true friend of Gatsby
Nick's cousin, Gatsby's love, and Tom's wife (a woman whose i…
Daisy's husband, has an affair with Myrtle, has prejudiced be…
Jay Gatsby
the main character (protagonist), in love with Daisy
Nick Carraway
the narrator and true friend of Gatsby
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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary Final CP English 11
Reserve
Reproach
Supercilious
Effeminate
refrain from using or disposing of something;retain for futur…
address (someone) in such a way as to express disapproval or…
behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
(of a man) having or showing characteristics regarded as typi…
Reserve
refrain from using or disposing of something;retain for futur…
Reproach
address (someone) in such a way as to express disapproval or…
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
What was the advice given to Nick by h…
How is West Egg different from East Egg?
If you were going to pick one color to…
We find out that Tom has "some woman i…
Not to judge others. Not everyone has had the same fortune as…
West Egg is new money and East Egg is old money.
Probably white, maybe yellow. Money runs her life.
We find out that Jordan Baker is a drama queen, a gossip.
What was the advice given to Nick by h…
Not to judge others. Not everyone has had the same fortune as…
How is West Egg different from East Egg?
West Egg is new money and East Egg is old money.
English 11 CP - The Great Gatsby Test - Review
2 things Gatsby learns from Dan Cody.
3 Specific things about Meyer Wolfshri…
Bay and the Train Track symbolizes what?
How is the weather symbolic when the m…
- Dangers of alcohol... - Life in Luxury
- Molar Cufflinks... - Fixed 1919 World Series... - Connections wit…
- Bay symbolizes the differences between the rich and poor.…
They were arguing and extreme heat relates to complaints.
2 things Gatsby learns from Dan Cody.
- Dangers of alcohol... - Life in Luxury
3 Specific things about Meyer Wolfshri…
- Molar Cufflinks... - Fixed 1919 World Series... - Connections wit…
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The Great Gatsby Chapters 6 and 7 English 11 Burney
Laudable
Insidious
Meretricious
Ineffable
Worthy of praise
Dangerous or treacherous
Based on deception or pretense
Inexpressible or unable to express
Laudable
Worthy of praise
Insidious
Dangerous or treacherous
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H- English 11: The Great Gatsby lit devices
Epistrophe
Epigraph
Aposiopesis
Leitmotif
The repetition of a word at the end of successive clauses
A short quotation or saying at the beginning of a book
The device of suddenly breaking off in a speech
A recurring theme throughout a literary composition associate…
Epistrophe
The repetition of a word at the end of successive clauses
Epigraph
A short quotation or saying at the beginning of a book
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The Great Gatsby chapters 3 and 4 vocabulary Burney English 11
Cataracts
Omnibus
Fortnight
Innuendo
Clouding of the eye
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
Two weeks | fourteen days
Indirect or subtle statement/ hidden meaning
Cataracts
Clouding of the eye
Omnibus
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
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English Great Gatsby Quiz
Elated
Compelled
Unobtrusive
Extemporaneously
Overjoyed, ecstatic, jubilant
Obligated, drawn to
Non-distracting, under the radar, stealthy, subtle
Improv, on the spot, spontaneous
Elated
Overjoyed, ecstatic, jubilant
Compelled
Obligated, drawn to
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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Mar
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
having or showing arrogant superiority
characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to i…
to impair the appearance of; disfigure
Feign
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
Supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority
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English Great Gatsby
Nick
Tom
Daisy
Jay Gatsby
Daisy's cousin once removed.
Wealthy and arrogant. Old money. Had an affair with Myrtle bu…
Voice is full of money according to Gatsby. Married to Tom bu…
From New money. Bootlegger.
Nick
Daisy's cousin once removed.
Tom
Wealthy and arrogant. Old money. Had an affair with Myrtle bu…
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english the great Gatsby
what was nick inclined to do because o…
according to nick, Gatsby was a man wi…
where did nick get his moral tradition…
what did the green light across the ba…
reserve judgment
hope
the midwest
to keep hoping for his dream and to go forward with his plan
what was nick inclined to do because o…
reserve judgment
according to nick, Gatsby was a man wi…
hope
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ENGLISH GREAT GATSBY VOCAB
Incredulous
Conscientious
Reciprocal
Supercilious
unwilling or unable to believe in something
wanting to do what's right
Given, felt or done in return
behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
Incredulous
unwilling or unable to believe in something
Conscientious
wanting to do what's right
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The Great Gatsby ch 1 due 11/11
privy
marred
compulsion
devoid
informed about something secret or not generally known
damaged; disfigured
An irresistible urge to repeatedly carry out some act that se…
Completely lacking
privy
informed about something secret or not generally known
marred
damaged; disfigured
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English - Great Gatsby
Symbolism - Green Light
Symbolism - TJ Eckleburg
Symbolism - East and West Egg
Turning Point
Stands for all Gatsby's longings and wants.... Gatsby's longing…
The eyes offer judgment on the characters as all the actions…
East Egg is more refined whereas West Egg doesn't have any re…
Daisy is unable to leave Tom as she needs the security of his…
Symbolism - Green Light
Stands for all Gatsby's longings and wants.... Gatsby's longing…
Symbolism - TJ Eckleburg
The eyes offer judgment on the characters as all the actions…
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PAHS English 11 The Great Gatsby Unit Test Study Guide
Gatsby
Tom
Myrtle
Jordan
"It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readiness…
"Two shining, arrogant eyes had established dominance over hi…
"She was in the middle thirties, and faintly stout, but she c…
"But his eyes, dimmed a little by many paintless days under s…
Gatsby
"It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readiness…
Tom
"Two shining, arrogant eyes had established dominance over hi…
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