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English 10 - Vocab. H
Hardy
Heed
Heyday
Hindrance
robust, sturdy
pay attention to
time of great success
block, obstacle
Hardy
robust, sturdy
Heed
pay attention to
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[H English] Vocab 10
Majordomo
Untenable
Perambulate
Veneer
a chief butler or assistant
impossible to defend or justify
to walk out; stroll
a thin; attractive layer that conceals something
Majordomo
a chief butler or assistant
Untenable
impossible to defend or justify
24 terms
English III H10
aesthetic
affable
affect
censor
adjective... having to do with artistic beauty
adjective... friendly; easygoing
verb... to influence, to impress the mind or move the feelings…
noun... one who examines material to ascertain whether it is ob…
aesthetic
adjective... having to do with artistic beauty
affable
adjective... friendly; easygoing
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Inferno for English 10 H
abject
avail
compulsion
discern
(adj) miserable; worthless
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
(n) irresistible urge to behave in a certain way
(v) detect; recognize
abject
(adj) miserable; worthless
avail
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
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Inferno - English 10 H
abject
avail
compulsion
discern
(adj) miserable; worthless
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
(n) irresistible urge to behave in a certain way
(v) detect; recognize
abject
(adj) miserable; worthless
avail
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
80 terms
H English 10 Midterm
"The Cask of Amontillado"
"The A&P"
"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"
"To Build a Fire"
A story about a man who tries to get revenge on another man b…
A story about three girls who come in to a convenient store a…
A story about a man who gets hung for trying to burn down a b…
A story about a man on the Ukon trail that travels with a wol…
"The Cask of Amontillado"
A story about a man who tries to get revenge on another man b…
"The A&P"
A story about three girls who come in to a convenient store a…
31 terms
English 10 H - Midterm
allusion
Dialogue
Foreshadowing
Flashback
A reference to a statement, person, place, or an event from l…
Conversation between two or more characters. It can include w…
use of clues or hints to suggest events that will occur later…
An interruption in the present action of a plot to show event…
allusion
A reference to a statement, person, place, or an event from l…
Dialogue
Conversation between two or more characters. It can include w…
35 terms
English 10 H Vocabulary List #31
mal
non
post
archy
bad
not
after
government
mal
bad
non
not
20 terms
English 10 H Vocab
Rejuvenate
Renovate
Reaffirm
Repudiate, Recant, Renounce
(verb) To make young again; to restore youthful vigor and app…
Definition: to make new again; to restore by repairing and re…
Verb... def: to confirm; to state positively... Jordan reaffirmed h…
verb... Definition: To take back; to reject; to disavow... Amy reno…
Rejuvenate
(verb) To make young again; to restore youthful vigor and app…
Renovate
Definition: to make new again; to restore by repairing and re…
30 terms
English 10 (H)
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
(V.) To tell; to reveal as a secret
(V.) to assist or encourage
(Adj.) Arrogance or stubborn
(Adj.) lacking flavor, dull
Divulge
(V.) To tell; to reveal as a secret
Abet
(V.) to assist or encourage
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English 10 H
Frivolous
Habiliments
Austere
Prerogative
Silly not serious
Clothes
Severe strict
A right or privilege
Frivolous
Silly not serious
Habiliments
Clothes
English 10 H Vocab
Attrition
Edification
Ablutions
Elocution
A gradual reduction or weakening; a rubbing away (N)
The state of enlightenment or understanding; education (N)
The washing of one's body or part of it (as ub a religious ri…
The art of public speaking (N)
Attrition
A gradual reduction or weakening; a rubbing away (N)
Edification
The state of enlightenment or understanding; education (N)
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English 10 H Antigone
Accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement or state of harmony
pacify
omen or prophecy
quality of lacking higher values
Accord
agreement or state of harmony
appease
pacify
English 10 H Midterm
Obsequious
Lascivious
Reverend
Valiant
full of or exhibiting servile compliance, fawning
lusty, lewd (obscene, indecent)
worthy of respect
courageous, brave
Obsequious
full of or exhibiting servile compliance, fawning
Lascivious
lusty, lewd (obscene, indecent)
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English 10 H
Lamenation
Void
Emaciated
Elapsed
Expressing grief or sorrow
Without contents or empty
Weak or think with lack of food
Pass by or go by
Lamenation
Expressing grief or sorrow
Void
Without contents or empty
23 terms
Night English H 10
Surname
Encumbered
Profoundly
Deportees
Last name
Restrict or burden in a way movement is difficult
Deeply
People expelled from a country
Surname
Last name
Encumbered
Restrict or burden in a way movement is difficult
Clauses - English 10 H
clause
dependent clause
independent clause
subordinate clause
a group of related words containing a subject or verb
a clause that cannot exist on its own
a clause that can exist on its own
a dependent clause introduced by a conjunction
clause
a group of related words containing a subject or verb
dependent clause
a clause that cannot exist on its own
Synthetic english h10
Imperatives
Rhetorical question
Periodic sentences
Parallelism
Commands
Obvious answer; no answer
The main clause is stated at the end of successive clauses
Repeated grammatical structure, listing
Imperatives
Commands
Rhetorical question
Obvious answer; no answer
90 terms
H English 10 Midterm
Hook
Claim/Thesis
Support/Evidence
Warrant
Used to get you connected with the story and make you want to…
Main point of the argument or complex and is what you are try…
Usually quotes and excerpts to support the claim
Explains the evidence and how it connects to the evidence
Hook
Used to get you connected with the story and make you want to…
Claim/Thesis
Main point of the argument or complex and is what you are try…
English 10 H vocab
Tact
crit
Tangible
Anthropology
The picture frame was held in _________ by the nail in the wa…
The root word ______ means to judge.
The wall is ___________ because you can touch and feel it.
________________ is the study of origin, races, customs, and…
Tact
The picture frame was held in _________ by the nail in the wa…
crit
The root word ______ means to judge.
22 terms
H English IV Vocabulary 10
askance
attenuate
benign
cavil
(adv) with suspicion, mistrust, or disapproval
(v) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, in…
(adj) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favora…
(v) to find fault in a petty way, carp; (n) a trivial objecti…
askance
(adv) with suspicion, mistrust, or disapproval
attenuate
(v) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, in…
136 terms
H English 10 Vocabulary
denotative
conotative
reticent
quiescent
the literal definition of a word
signifying or suggesting an associative or secondary meaning,…
quiet, shy, reluctant, hesitant
quiet, peaceful, tranquil
denotative
the literal definition of a word
conotative
signifying or suggesting an associative or secondary meaning,…
28 terms
Vocab English 10 H
Divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
(V)syn:unveil,disclose Ant:conceal
(v)syn:to assist or encourage, promote ant:impede,dissuade
(adj.) Def:arrogance or stubborn about ones beliefs Syn dicta…
(adj) Syn:flat,lifeless,dull. Ant Challenging
Divulge
(V)syn:unveil,disclose Ant:conceal
abet
(v)syn:to assist or encourage, promote ant:impede,dissuade
H English Vocab 10
kismet (n)
lackadaisical (adj)
lambent (adj)
largesse (n)
Fate
lacking life, spirit, zest
playing lightly on or over a surface; marked by lightness or…
liberal giving (as of money) to or as if to an inferior
kismet (n)
Fate
lackadaisical (adj)
lacking life, spirit, zest
90 terms
English 10 H Vocabulary
pensive
jaded
solitude
dubious
thoughtful in sad/dreamy manner
showing lack of interest/excitement caused by having done/exp…
state of being alone
doubtful
pensive
thoughtful in sad/dreamy manner
jaded
showing lack of interest/excitement caused by having done/exp…
17 terms
Terms for English 10 H
hubris
hamartia
catharsis
peripeteia
pride
tragic flaw or missing the mark
emotional release
turning point
hubris
pride
hamartia
tragic flaw or missing the mark
75 terms
English 10 H Vocabulary
magnanimous
fecund
nettle
nascent
generous, noble
fertile, productive
to annoy
beginning (state, idea, or organization)
magnanimous
generous, noble
fecund
fertile, productive
List 10 H. English
Credible
Critique
Procrastinate
Profound
Believable
Detailed evaluation
Put off
Deep insight
Credible
Believable
Critique
Detailed evaluation
20 terms
h english 10
cliche
countenance
debacle
effrontery
overused idea
Facial expression
disaster
boldness
cliche
overused idea
countenance
Facial expression
H. English 10.8
Bedlam
Bowdlerize
Chauvinism
Draconian
A place or situation of noisy uproar and confusion. ... (Noisy c…
To censor prudishly.... To modify or abridge, as by shortening,…
A prejudiced belief in the superiority of one's own gender, g…
Exceedingly harsh; very severe.... (Very severe; harsh)
Bedlam
A place or situation of noisy uproar and confusion. ... (Noisy c…
Bowdlerize
To censor prudishly.... To modify or abridge, as by shortening,…
26 terms
English 10 H. Final
Anaphora
Anaphora
Asyndeton
Asyndeton
The repetition of the same word or expression at the beginnin…
Ex: The true nature of man, his true good, true virtue, and t…
The deliberate omission of conjunctions in a series of relate…
Ex: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.
Anaphora
The repetition of the same word or expression at the beginnin…
Anaphora
Ex: The true nature of man, his true good, true virtue, and t…
H. English 10. 15
Abberant
Anamoly
Eccentricity
Endemic
Deviating from the proper or expected course; abnormal. ... (Dev…
A departure from the normal or ordinary form, order, or rule.…
The quality of straying from what is conventional or customar…
Common in or unique to a certain location or population. ... (Co…
Abberant
Deviating from the proper or expected course; abnormal. ... (Dev…
Anamoly
A departure from the normal or ordinary form, order, or rule.…
H. English 10. 6
Adjunct
Amalgamate
Compatriot
Conclave
Something or someone attatched to another in a dependent or s…
To combine into a unified or an integrated whole; to unite.…
A person from one's own country.... A colleague.... (A colleague)
A secret or confidential meeting.... A meeting of family members…
Adjunct
Something or someone attatched to another in a dependent or s…
Amalgamate
To combine into a unified or an integrated whole; to unite.…
H.English 10. 7
Axiomatic
Definitive
Dialect
Empirical
Self-evident; based on a universally accepted principle or ru…
Precisely described, defined, or characterized; explicit.... Con…
The practice of arriving at the truth by the exchange of oppo…
Replying on or derived from observation or experiment. ... (Base…
Axiomatic
Self-evident; based on a universally accepted principle or ru…
Definitive
Precisely described, defined, or characterized; explicit.... Con…
h English vocab #10
Apotheosis
Auspicious
Avuncular
Beguile
The elevation of a person to the rank of God
Promising success; opportune; favorable
Characteristic of an uncle; helping
To influence by trickery or flattery
Apotheosis
The elevation of a person to the rank of God
Auspicious
Promising success; opportune; favorable
12 terms
Vocabulary 10 English H
Auspicious
Introspection
Retrospect
Specimen
Showing signs that promise success
Examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
A survey of past times or events
A single thing that is taken as an example of a while category
Auspicious
Showing signs that promise success
Introspection
Examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
27 terms
Biel English 10 H
Aster/Astr
Ab/Avi
Bel/ Beau
Bon/ Boun
star
bird
beautiful/fair/fine
good
Aster/Astr
star
Ab/Avi
bird
8 terms
English 10 H Final
Scout
Calpurnia
Atticus
Jem
Plays 2 roles - childish Scout and adult Jean Louise; Looks u…
Cook/Housekeeper for the Finches; Grew up on Finch's landing…
Father; Tom Robinson's; Role model to children and doesn't ca…
Brother; Loves football; had an accident but can still play;…
Scout
Plays 2 roles - childish Scout and adult Jean Louise; Looks u…
Calpurnia
Cook/Housekeeper for the Finches; Grew up on Finch's landing…
36 terms
H. ENGLISH 10 Devices
Parallelism
Isocolon
Antithesis
Anastrophe
Similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words,…
Scheme of parallel structure that occurs when the parallel el…
Juxtaposition of contrasting ideas, often in a parallel struc…
Inversion of natural word order
Parallelism
Similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words,…
Isocolon
Scheme of parallel structure that occurs when the parallel el…
(H) English Vocab #10
Dissemble
Guile
Lucid
Exile
(Verb) to disguise the real mature of; to conceal the truth o…
(Noun) deceitful cunning; slyness in dealing with others; cra…
(Adj.) clear minded; easily understood; rational
(Noun) enforced removal or voluntary separation from one's na…
Dissemble
(Verb) to disguise the real mature of; to conceal the truth o…
Guile
(Noun) deceitful cunning; slyness in dealing with others; cra…
15 terms
H. English Vocab 10
Majordomo
Untenable
Perambulate
Veneer
A chief butler or assistant
Impossible to defend or justify
To walk about; stroll
A thin, attractive layer that conceals something
Majordomo
A chief butler or assistant
Untenable
Impossible to defend or justify
18 terms
English 10 H Vocabulary
Unanimity
Insidious
Privileges
Vigilant
adjective... agreement by all people ... Mid English --> Mid French…
adjective ... operating secretly or subtly so as to excite suspi…
noun... a right or benefit enjoyed by a parameter... original defin…
adjective ... keeping watch of surroundings... original definition:…
Unanimity
adjective... agreement by all people ... Mid English --> Mid French…
Insidious
adjective ... operating secretly or subtly so as to excite suspi…
English 10 H Unit 2a
ambrosia
adversary
abhor
entreat
(n) the food of the gods; something very pleasing to taste or…
(n) one's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute... SYN: an…
(v)regard with disgust or hatred... SYN: loathe, despise
(v) ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something ... SYN:…
ambrosia
(n) the food of the gods; something very pleasing to taste or…
adversary
(n) one's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute... SYN: an…
H English Vocabulary 10
Assail
Quail
Dwell
Quell
To attack violently
To shrink with fear; to cower; to lose heart and courage
To make one's home; reside; to focus attention on; to speak o…
To extinguish; to put down or suppress by force
Assail
To attack violently
Quail
To shrink with fear; to cower; to lose heart and courage
10 terms
English 10 H Vocab 10
Bait
Coffers
Compact
Confines
Deliberately annoy or taunt
Strongbox, recessed panel in a ceiling
Compress, closely and neatly packed
Borders or boundaries, to restrict
Bait
Deliberately annoy or taunt
Coffers
Strongbox, recessed panel in a ceiling
15 terms
H English: Vocab 10
amend
chaos
commend
consecrate
make minor changes to make it more accurate
complete disorder and confusion
praise formally or officially
make or declare (something, typically a church) sacred
amend
make minor changes to make it more accurate
chaos
complete disorder and confusion
10 terms
Inferno for English 10 H
abject
avail
compulsion
discern
(adj) miserable; worthless
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
(n) irresistible urge to behave in a certain way
(v) detect; recognize
abject
(adj) miserable; worthless
avail
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
10 terms
Inferno for English 10 H
abject
avail
compulsion
discern
(adj) miserable; worthless
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
(n) irresistible urge to behave in a certain way
(v) detect; recognize
abject
(adj) miserable; worthless
avail
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
10 terms
Inferno for English 10 H
abject
avail
compulsion
discern
(adj) miserable; worthless
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
(n) irresistible urge to behave in a certain way
(v) detect; recognize
abject
(adj) miserable; worthless
avail
(v) help; benefit; take advantage of an opportunity
10 terms
English H10
Abhor
Indignation
Austere
Morose
to detest, dislike strongly, hate
strong displeasure expressed towards something unjust; righte…
evere in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; stern;…
gloomy or sullen; can refer to a person or mood
Abhor
to detest, dislike strongly, hate
Indignation
strong displeasure expressed towards something unjust; righte…
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