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1.a English 10
Alloy (Noun)
Alteration (Noun)
Blighted (Adj)
Charismatic (Adj)
A substance that is a mixture of metals
a heated/angry dispute
destroyed
having special qualities
Alloy (Noun)
A substance that is a mixture of metals
Alteration (Noun)
a heated/angry dispute
English 10 A - Unit 1
trace
ingenuity
perpetually
formidable
a very small amount
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
Continually; constantly
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
trace
a very small amount
ingenuity
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
12 terms
English 10 A 1
Lummox
Accentuate
Bedlam
Dexterous
a clumsy person
to emphasize; to accent; to highlight
a state or scene of uproar and confusion
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
Lummox
a clumsy person
Accentuate
to emphasize; to accent; to highlight
20 terms
English 10 A Unit 1 Vocab
admonish
breach
brigand
comely
(v.) caution, reprimand, exhort, advise, scold, upbraid
(n.) crack, gap, violation of a law, infraction (v.) make an…
(n.) hoodlum, marauder, outlaw, bandit, robber, thief
(adj.) good-looking, attractive, bonny, winsome, buxom
admonish
(v.) caution, reprimand, exhort, advise, scold, upbraid
breach
(n.) crack, gap, violation of a law, infraction (v.) make an…
English 10; A1 Vocab 1
Ambiguous
Analyze
Arbitrary
Articuale
Adj; Open to interpretation: not very clear
Verb; Try to understand by taking apart
Adj; Chosen by random chance or personal random choice
Adj; Speaking and moving fluidly and smartly
Ambiguous
Adj; Open to interpretation: not very clear
Analyze
Verb; Try to understand by taking apart
20 terms
English 10 A Vocabulary Unit 1
admonish
breach
brigand
comely
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
(adj.) having a pleasing appearance... SYNONYMS: good-looking, a…
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
English 10 A: Set 1
Consistently
Excessive
Intrusion
Precaution
To do the same way
To have more than enough
To be somewhere univited
Preventative action
Consistently
To do the same way
Excessive
To have more than enough
English 10 A Unit 1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
To make larger, increase
Derived of; made unhappy through a loss
Adulterate
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
English 10 A unit 1
Corroborate (VERB)
Browbeat (VERB)
Ambrosia (NOUN)
Disparage (VERB)
to strengthen or support as in evidence
to bully or threaten
food of the gods
to belittle or degrade
Corroborate (VERB)
to strengthen or support as in evidence
Browbeat (VERB)
to bully or threaten
English 10 A Vocab 1
Affable
Naive
Abject
Docile
Friendly, showing warmth
Unsophisticated, having lack of knowledge or experience
Utterly hopeless, miserable
Easily managed, trained or taught
Affable
Friendly, showing warmth
Naive
Unsophisticated, having lack of knowledge or experience
10 terms
English 10 - To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
cantankerous
compel
conscience
feeble
irritable; difficult to deal with
to force; to require
inner sense of right and wrong
lacking strength
cantankerous
irritable; difficult to deal with
compel
to force; to require
English 10 A 1-20
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
to recant solemnly; renounce and repudiate
to abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority
eating and drinking in moderation
quickness and keeness of judgement or insight
abjure
to recant solemnly; renounce and repudiate
abrogate
to abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority
English 10 (1-7) A
Barbarous
Boughs
Consultation
Contend
very cruel; violent
the main branch of a tree
a discussion or meeting about something that is being decided
to argue or state in a strong and definite way; to compete
Barbarous
very cruel; violent
Boughs
the main branch of a tree
15 terms
Vocabulary for English 10 A lesson 1
malevolent
condescend
illicitly
iniquity
wishing harm to others
deal with others kindly in a snobbish, haughty way
unlawfully; improperly
wickedness or injustice
malevolent
wishing harm to others
condescend
deal with others kindly in a snobbish, haughty way
English 10 A: Punctuation
Proper noun
Proper adjectives
Compound verb
Compound subject
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
Two or more connected verbs that have the same subject (Examp…
Two or more connected subjects that have a common verb (Examp…
Proper noun
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
Proper adjectives
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
40 terms
English 10 A V.1
denounce
deplore
depreavity
deride
to condemn openly or publicly
to regret deeply or strongly
moral corruption
having or expressing contempt or mocking
denounce
to condemn openly or publicly
deplore
to regret deeply or strongly
English A* words 1-10
Aberration
Abhor
Acquiesce
Alacrity
Something that differs from the norm
To hate
To agree without protest
Eagerness/speed
Aberration
Something that differs from the norm
Abhor
To hate
English 10 - Unit 1- A day in the life of ...
alarm
plough
bank
pump
đồng hồ báo thức
(v) cày
(n) bờ (ruộng, sông...)
(v) bơm
alarm
đồng hồ báo thức
plough
(v) cày
10 terms
English 10 - Vocab. A
Acknowledge
Acquiesce
Acrimonious
Acute
Recognize, admit
Agree without protesting
Bitter in words or manner
Quickly perceptive, brief and severe
Acknowledge
Recognize, admit
Acquiesce
Agree without protesting
English 10 a Mrs Decker vocab 1
Cacophony
Caco
Catastrophe
Cata
Harsh sounding
Bad, ill, or poor
Reversal of what is expected (especially a fatal turning poin…
Down from, down to
Cacophony
Harsh sounding
Caco
Bad, ill, or poor
English 10-1 Vocabulary Set A
Loquacious
Acerbic
Opulent
Extrinsic
Adjective, tending to talk a great deal; talkative
Adjective, sharp and forthright (especially in describing a w…
Adjective, wealthy; ostentatioulsy rich and luxurious or lavi…
Adjective, not part of the essential nature of someone or som…
Loquacious
Adjective, tending to talk a great deal; talkative
Acerbic
Adjective, sharp and forthright (especially in describing a w…
21 terms
english 10 A tri 1 vocab
affinity (n)
anomaly (n)
caustic (adj)
caustic (adj)
a natural, personal liking or attraction towards a person, th…
a deviation from the common form
capable of corroding, burning, or destroying living tissue; e…
marked by sharp, bitter wit; harshly sarcastic
affinity (n)
a natural, personal liking or attraction towards a person, th…
anomaly (n)
a deviation from the common form
40 terms
Memory Test
3 steps to memory
Where are explicit memories stored?
Type of explicit memory where you can…
Type of explicit memory when you have…
encode, store, retrieve
association areas
episodic memory
semantic memory
3 steps to memory
encode, store, retrieve
Where are explicit memories stored?
association areas
English 2/10 To Kill a Mockingbird Ch. 1-10 Vocabulary
ascertaining
aberrations
analogous
bewildered
to make certain
straying from right or normal ways
resemblance of two unlike things
confused
ascertaining
to make certain
aberrations
straying from right or normal ways
35 terms
English 10; A1 Vocab 1
Ambiguous
Analyze
Arbitrary
Articuale
Adj; Open to interpretation: not very clear
Verb; Try to understand by taking apart
Adj; Chosen by random chance or personal random choice
Adj; Speaking and moving fluidly and smartly
Ambiguous
Adj; Open to interpretation: not very clear
Analyze
Verb; Try to understand by taking apart
37 terms
English 10 A unit 1
Candid
Detestable
Edifying
Lofty
Honest, direct
Deserving hate or scorn
Instructive in such a way as to improve morally or intellectu…
Elevated in rank or character
Candid
Honest, direct
Detestable
Deserving hate or scorn
30 terms
English in a Flash Library 1 Chapter10 list A
ninety-one
ninety-two
ninety-three
ninety-four
ninety-one
ninety-two
English 10 A Unit 1 part 2
Insidious
Intimation
Opulent
Pliable
(Adj.) Intented to decive or entrap; sly, treacherous
(N.) A hint, indirect suggestion
(Adj.) Wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose
(Adj.) Easily bent, flexible; easily influenced
Insidious
(Adj.) Intented to decive or entrap; sly, treacherous
Intimation
(N.) A hint, indirect suggestion
English Vocabulary List 10 Sentences A1
courtiers
depicts
erroneous
facade
The monarch was visibly irritated that his meal looked and ta…
An alluring travel writer, Juanita chooses her words artfully…
Despite the inclusion of ________ details, the forensic detec…
For Fiona the Fake, keeping up a picture perfect ______ occup…
courtiers
The monarch was visibly irritated that his meal looked and ta…
depicts
An alluring travel writer, Juanita chooses her words artfully…
10 terms
english 10 act vocab unit 1 a
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose(n)
decline, decay, or deterioration; a period of decline or decay
approbation
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
assuage
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
22 terms
English A1 lifetime
to look after
to play the drums
to be annoyed
grotty
to take care of
to be unpleased about sthg, angry
dirty
to look after
to take care of
to play the drums
10 terms
unit 1 A-10 vocab English
vigilance
wince
cowered
synchronizing
n - alert attention, watchfulness
v - to shrink or flinch involuntary
v - crouch down in fear
v - to match the timing of
vigilance
n - alert attention, watchfulness
wince
v - to shrink or flinch involuntary
A Beka English 10 Vocab List 1
Antagonist
Apostate
Asylum
Cosmos
one who actively and intensely opposes another
one who forsakes his religion, principles or party
a place of refuge; a place where refugees from another countr…
the universe as an ordered & harmonious system
Antagonist
one who actively and intensely opposes another
Apostate
one who forsakes his religion, principles or party
English 10 A: Word Parts
Etymology
Prefix
Root word
Suffix
The origin and history of a word
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
A word in its simplest form, before any prefixes or suffixes…
A syllable or word that comes after a root word to change its…
Etymology
The origin and history of a word
Prefix
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
22 terms
English 10 "a separate peace" vocab 1
Tacit
Nondescript
Capacious
Spector
Implied without being stated
Uninteresting
Spacious
Ghost
Tacit
Implied without being stated
Nondescript
Uninteresting
20 terms
English 10 u1 s&a
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
Syn: contaminate, pollute, sully... Ant: pleurisy, purge, expurg…
Syn: versatile, facile... Ant: clumsy, all thumbs, maladroit
Syn: enlarge, supplement, amplify... Ant: decrease, diminish
Syn: bereaved... Ant: replete, well provided
Adulterate
Syn: contaminate, pollute, sully... Ant: pleurisy, purge, expurg…
Ambidextrous
Syn: versatile, facile... Ant: clumsy, all thumbs, maladroit
8 terms
PrA English 1 - Week 10
demote
commotion
florid
forbearance
assign to a lower position; reduce in rank
a disorderly outburst or tumult
elaborately or excessively ornamented
a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraini…
demote
assign to a lower position; reduce in rank
commotion
a disorderly outburst or tumult
15 terms
English Vocab 10-1-II A & S
assail
ablutions
ascetic
impassive
attack; embrace, surrender, give up
to wash, clean; to become sully, dirty, putrification
denies themselves comforts of life; indulgent, glutton
unexpressive; expressive
assail
attack; embrace, surrender, give up
ablutions
to wash, clean; to become sully, dirty, putrification
Vocabulary set 1 English 10 A
Abide
Blithely
Candor
Debacle
To withstand
In a merry or joyous manner
Openness, honesty, frankness
A great disaster or failure
Abide
To withstand
Blithely
In a merry or joyous manner
15 terms
English Vocab 10-1-II A & S
assail
ablutions
ascetic
impassive
attack; embrace, surrender, give up
to wash, clean; to become sully, dirty, putrification
denies themselves comforts of life; indulgent, glutton
unexpressive; expressive
assail
attack; embrace, surrender, give up
ablutions
to wash, clean; to become sully, dirty, putrification
10 terms
VOCABULARY: Lesson 1 English 10 A
Absolve
Adamant
Amicable
Amoral
pardon-,-forgive
Not changing
Friendly
without values
Absolve
pardon-,-forgive
Adamant
Not changing
English 10 A: Grammar Basics
Noun
Concrete noun
Abstract noun
Collective noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
An object that can be seen, heard, smelled, touched, or taste…
An idea, feeling, quality, or characteristic that is not conc…
A noun that is singular in form but refers to a group of peop…
Noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
Concrete noun
An object that can be seen, heard, smelled, touched, or taste…
30 terms
English in a Flash Library 1 Chapter 10 list C
narrow
a neck
an office
one-fourth
narrow
a neck
Vocab List #1 English 10 part A
affinity
anomaly
caustic
complacent
Natural liking or attraction towards someone or something
a deviation from the normal or common order
capable of burning or eating away... sharp; bitter wit
contented to a fault
affinity
Natural liking or attraction towards someone or something
anomaly
a deviation from the normal or common order
English 10-A Vocab List 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
(V.) To caution or advise against something; To scold mildly;…
(N.) An Opening, gap, rupture, rift, a violation or infractio…
(N.) A bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
(Adj.) Careful, Cautious
Admonish
(V.) To caution or advise against something; To scold mildly;…
Breach
(N.) An Opening, gap, rupture, rift, a violation or infractio…
English 10 Vocab. A
delineate
nefarious
vernacular
brawn
to describe accurately, with details
very wicked
everyday speech, slang
muscular strength
delineate
to describe accurately, with details
nefarious
very wicked
44 terms
English A1 verbs
to attend a course
to be afraid
to be good at
to be divorced [divorst]
to participate in a training sesssion
to be frightened, scared
to do something very well
not married anymore, seperated
to attend a course
to participate in a training sesssion
to be afraid
to be frightened, scared
11 terms
Vocab Words 1-10 English 11 A
Abound
Abstemious
Annals
Automaton
overflow, exist in great numbers
not eating or drinking too much, self-restrained
files or historical records
a robot or machine that is self-operating
Abound
overflow, exist in great numbers
Abstemious
not eating or drinking too much, self-restrained
English 10 A: Argument and Perspective
Positive viewpoint
Negative viewpoint
Neutral viewpoint
Deductive reasoning
Expresses good opionions about a topic
Expresses bad opinions about a topic
Is neither positive, nor negative - just states facts
Reasoning in which a conclusion is reached by stating a gener…
Positive viewpoint
Expresses good opionions about a topic
Negative viewpoint
Expresses bad opinions about a topic
English 10 A: Sentence Construction
Complete subject
Complete predicate
Simple subject
Simple predicate
The subject of a sentence, and any words related to it (Examp…
The verb in a sentence, and any words related to it (Example:…
The main word or word group in the complete subject (Example:…
The main verb in the complete predicate (Example: WALKED acro…
Complete subject
The subject of a sentence, and any words related to it (Examp…
Complete predicate
The verb in a sentence, and any words related to it (Example:…
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