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8 terms
Hobbit, Chapter 6 vocabulary
abominable
benighted
bewitchments
keener
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
(n) spells and enchantments, witchcraft and magic
(adj) more intense; strongly felt or perceived
abominable
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
benighted
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
20 terms
The Hobbit Chapter 6
abominable
benighted
marjoram
sage
(adjective) exceptionally bad or displeasing
(adjective) lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
(noun) leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat an…
(noun) aromatic fresh or dried gray-green leaves used widely…
abominable
(adjective) exceptionally bad or displeasing
benighted
(adjective) lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
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The Hobbit Chapter 6 Vocabulary
abominable
benighted
marjoram
sage
exceptionally bad or displeasing
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews…
aromatic fresh or dried gray-green leaves used widely as seas…
abominable
exceptionally bad or displeasing
benighted
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
The Hobbit Chapter 6
wander
edge
ought to
make up your mind
бродить
край, кромка
должен
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
wander
бродить
edge
край, кромка
The Hobbit Chapter 6 Vocabulary
abominable
benighted
marjoram
sage
exceptionally bad or displeasing
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews…
aromatic fresh or dried gray-green leaves used widely as seas…
abominable
exceptionally bad or displeasing
benighted
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
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The Hobbit Chapter 6 Vocabulary
abominable
boughs
clamour
lofty
(adj) exceptionally bad or displeasing
(n) tree branches
(n) loud and persistent outcry from many people
(adj) high above the ground
abominable
(adj) exceptionally bad or displeasing
boughs
(n) tree branches
10 terms
Hobbit Chapter 6 Vocab
Abominable
Helter-skelter
Benighted
Sorrel
Very unpleasant or disagreeable
In a haphazard manner or out of order
Intellectually or morally ignorant; unenlightened
Light reddish-brown
Abominable
Very unpleasant or disagreeable
Helter-skelter
In a haphazard manner or out of order
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The Hobbit chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
They respected him more because he saved himself.
He didn't tell them about his ring
After escaping from the goblins, they're on the eastern side…
After hearing wolves, Gandalf told them to climb into the tre…
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
They respected him more because he saved himself.
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about his ring
8 terms
Chapter 6 hobbit vocabulary
Bracken
Larch
Marjoram
Proverb
A large fern or bush
Any coniferous tree of the genus larix, a tough durable wood.
Any several herbs, used for cooking
A short popular saying
Bracken
A large fern or bush
Larch
Any coniferous tree of the genus larix, a tough durable wood.
The Hobbit Chapter 6
abominable
marjoram
glade
pinnacle
very bad or unpleasant
undershrub
open space in a forest
high, pointed piece of a rock
abominable
very bad or unpleasant
marjoram
undershrub
The Hobbit Chapter 6 and 7
sorrel
Marjoram
Bracken
Larch
any plant of the genus Oxalis
a sweet, mint-like spice
a thicket of ferns
a cone-bearing deciduous tree with a drooping, graceful appea…
sorrel
any plant of the genus Oxalis
Marjoram
a sweet, mint-like spice
The Hobbit Ch 6
veranda
peril
bulbous
taut
an open porch
danger of harm or loss
round like a bulb
pulled tight
veranda
an open porch
peril
danger of harm or loss
20 terms
The Hobbit Chapter 6 Vocabulary
abominable
benighted
marjoram
onslaught
exceptionally bad or displeasing
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews…
a fierce or destructive attack
abominable
exceptionally bad or displeasing
benighted
lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture
The Hobbit Chapter 6 TO LEARN
edge
make up your mind
duty
drop
край, кромка
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
обязанность, долг
бросить, уронить
edge
край, кромка
make up your mind
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
51 terms
The Hobbit Chapter 6
wander
edge
ought to
make up your mind
бродить
край, кромка
должен
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
wander
бродить
edge
край, кромка
The Hobbit Chapter 6
wander
edge
ought to
make up your mind
бродить
край, кромка
должен
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
wander
бродить
edge
край, кромка
24 terms
hobbit chapter 6-10
dells
abominable
astonished
eyrie
...
...
...
...
dells
...
abominable
...
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Hobbit test questions Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
They were through the Misty Mountainsr
To escape from the wolves
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
10 terms
Hobbit Chapter 6
Balin
Tighten up their belts
Wolves
Trees
Who is on look out?
what does Gandalf tell them to do because they are hungry?
What animal do they hear howling?
What did the dwarves hide in to make it so the Wargs wouldn't…
Balin
Who is on look out?
Tighten up their belts
what does Gandalf tell them to do because they are hungry?
14 terms
The Hobbit Vocabulary Chapter 6-7
Abominable
Reputation
Aquainted
Uncanny
Loathsome, detestable
Quality of character as judged by others
To come to know, to make familiar
Mysterious, suggesting super human qualities
Abominable
Loathsome, detestable
Reputation
Quality of character as judged by others
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Chapter 6&7, The Hobbit
Dells
Abominable
Astonished
Eyrie
Small valley among trees
Hateful, loathsome
Sudden and overpowering surprise
Nest of bird of prey
Dells
Small valley among trees
Abominable
Hateful, loathsome
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The Hobbit - Chapter 6 Vocab
abominable
helter-skelter
benighted
trudge
very bad or unpleasant
in a confused and careless way
overtaken by darkness or night
to walk slowly and heavily because you are tired or working v…
abominable
very bad or unpleasant
helter-skelter
in a confused and careless way
The Hobbit Chapter 6+7
Sorrel
Bracken
Larch
Proverb
a sorrel-colored animalespecially : a light bright chestnut h…
a large kind of fern
a type of tree that is related to the pines and that drops it…
a brief popular saying (such as "Too many cooks spoil the bro…
Sorrel
a sorrel-colored animalespecially : a light bright chestnut h…
Bracken
a large kind of fern
The Hobbit chapter 6-7
sorrel
Majoram
Bracken
Larch
any plant of the genus oxalis; or a yellowish or reddish- bro…
a sweet, mint like spice
a thicket of ferns
a cone-bearing deciduous tree with a drooping, graceful appea…
sorrel
any plant of the genus oxalis; or a yellowish or reddish- bro…
Majoram
a sweet, mint like spice
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The Hobbit Chapter 6
What were Gandalf and the dwarves disc…
What is Bilbo thinking when his is mom…
What part did Bilbo leave out as he to…
What indicates that Gandalf knows abou…
If they should just leave him
He doesn't feel loved
the ring
Bilbo keeps it close to him and Gandalf sees it
What were Gandalf and the dwarves disc…
If they should just leave him
What is Bilbo thinking when his is mom…
He doesn't feel loved
10 terms
Hobbit questions Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
They were through the Misty Mountainsr
To escape from the wolves
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
12 terms
The Hobbit Chapter 6-7
Sorrel
Bracken
Larch
Proverb
a light bright chestnut horse often with white mane and tail…
a large plant that grows commonly in many places around the w…
a type of tree that is related to the pines and that drops it…
a brief popular saying (such as "Too many cooks spoil the bro…
Sorrel
a light bright chestnut horse often with white mane and tail…
Bracken
a large plant that grows commonly in many places around the w…
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The Hobbit, Chapter 6 Questions
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
Identify wargs (be specific).
...
...
...
...
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
...
What detail about his adventures with…
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Hobbit, Chapter 6 vocabulary (with pictures)
abominable
benighted
bewitchments
keener
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
(n) spells and enchantments, witchcraft and magic
(adj) more intense; strongly felt or perceived
abominable
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
benighted
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
10 terms
The Hobbit, Chapter 6 Definitions
larch
porter
glade
bracken
(n) a type of tree that is related to the pines and that drop…
(n) a person whose job is to carry bags or luggage at a hotel…
(n) a grassy open space in a forest
(n) a large plant that grows commonly in many places around t…
larch
(n) a type of tree that is related to the pines and that drop…
porter
(n) a person whose job is to carry bags or luggage at a hotel…
20 terms
The Hobbit Chapter 6 TO LEARN
edge
make up your mind
duty
drop
край, кромка
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
обязанность, долг
бросить, уронить
edge
край, кромка
make up your mind
решиться, надумать что-то сделать
D'Agostino Academy Hobbit Vocabulary Chapter 6
abominable
pinnacle
confuscate
tumult
detestable
1. lofty peak 2. highest point of acheivement
confuse
commotion
abominable
detestable
pinnacle
1. lofty peak 2. highest point of acheivement
The Hobbit: Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
They respected him more because he saved himself.
He didn't tell them about his ring
After escaping from the goblins, they're on the eastern side…
After hearing wolves, Gandalf told them to climb into the tre…
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
They respected him more because he saved himself.
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about his ring
Hobbit Vocab (Chapter 6-10)
Clambered
Pinnacle
Tumult
Appaling
Climbed awkward
Highest point
Uproar made by crowd
Causing horror
Clambered
Climbed awkward
Pinnacle
Highest point
10 terms
The Hobbit Chapters 6-10
onslaught
uncanny
pinnacle
unimpeachable
a violent attack
strange or unusual in a way that is surprising or difficult t…
a high mountain top
very reliable and trusted; not able to be doubted or questioned
onslaught
a violent attack
uncanny
strange or unusual in a way that is surprising or difficult t…
The Hobbit, Chapters 4-6
eyrie
pinnacle
talons
abominable
nest
highest point
claws
loathsome
eyrie
nest
pinnacle
highest point
The Hobbit chapter 5-6
subterranean
antique
appalling
stark
underground
belonging to the past; not modern
causing dismay or horror
harsh; grim; desolate
subterranean
underground
antique
belonging to the past; not modern
10 terms
Hobbit Test Questions Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was cle…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
They were through the Misty Mountains
To escape from the wolves
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was cle…
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
The Hobbit Chapter 1-6
Describe what a hobbit looks like.
What did Bilbo forget at home that was…
What creature did Bilbo discover on th…
What happens to trolls if they stay in…
Short with big hairy feet
his handkerchief
the trolls: William, Tom and Bert
They turn to stone
Describe what a hobbit looks like.
Short with big hairy feet
What did Bilbo forget at home that was…
his handkerchief
The Hobbit Chapter 5-6
subterranean
unbeknown
flummoxed
chestnut
underground
without the knowledge of (someone)
perplex
an old or stale joke
subterranean
underground
unbeknown
without the knowledge of (someone)
29 terms
chapter 6-7 vocabulary for the hobbit
benighted
boughs
bracken
clamour (clamor)
overtaken by the darkness of night
tree branches
a kind of fern
noisy shouting
benighted
overtaken by the darkness of night
boughs
tree branches
15 terms
The Hobbit Chapters 5 and 6
breeches
throttled
slinking
sacred
trousers that stop just below the knees
to strangle (choke)
to move in a stealthy or shamefaced way
holy or having to do with religion
breeches
trousers that stop just below the knees
throttled
to strangle (choke)
16 terms
Hobbit, Chapter 6 vocabulary, Hobbit, Chapter 5 vocabulary
abominable
benighted
bewitchments
keener
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
(n) spells and enchantments, witchcraft and magic
(adj) more intense; strongly felt or perceived
abominable
(n) horrible or very unpleasant; disagreeable
benighted
(adj) being in a state or intellectual darkness; ignorant; un…
Hobbit test questions Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
They were through the Misty Mountainsr
To escape from the wolves
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
15 terms
Mzcoachw's Hobbit Vocabulary Chapter 6
benighted
boughs
bracken
clamour (clamor)
overtaken by the darkness of night
tree branches
a kind of fern
noisy shouting
benighted
overtaken by the darkness of night
boughs
tree branches
15 terms
Hobbit Heroes Chapter 6 Due Monday, October 26
Sorrel
Porter
Onslaught
Confusticate
weedy plant
one who carries luggage
n. a fierce attack
to confuse or perplex; bewilder
Sorrel
weedy plant
Porter
one who carries luggage
9 terms
Hobbit test questions Chapter 6
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
What detail about his adventures with…
Where were the travelers after the gob…
Why did the travelers climb up into th…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
They were through the Misty Mountainsr
To escape from the wolves
Why did the dwarves have a better opin…
After he told them of his adventures, they thought he was Cle…
What detail about his adventures with…
He didn't tell them about the ring.
The Hobbit chapter 1
prudent
blunder
legendary
haughty
wise
careless or stupid mistake
mythical
showing great pride in oneself and disdain for others
prudent
wise
blunder
careless or stupid mistake
The Hobbit (Chapters 1-6)
Who is Bilbo Baggins?
Give a brief description of a hobbit.
What did Gandalf claim to be looking f…
What does Gandalf do with the spike on…
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit, a small, beardless creature with h…
Hobbits are beardless little people about half the size of hu…
Gandalf tells Bilbo that he is looking for someone to share a…
Gandalf makes a strange mark on the outside of Bilbo's front…
Who is Bilbo Baggins?
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit, a small, beardless creature with h…
Give a brief description of a hobbit.
Hobbits are beardless little people about half the size of hu…
15 terms
The Hobbit Chapters 4-6
Deception
Venture
Scuttling
Hordes
(pg 55). n. ... the act of leading others to believe something t…
(pg. 92) v. to take a risk; to dare; to dare to go
v. moving quickly
n. Large groups or crowds
Deception
(pg 55). n. ... the act of leading others to believe something t…
Venture
(pg. 92) v. to take a risk; to dare; to dare to go
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