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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 1
asperity
bane
buffoon
doleful
1. Sharpness or harshness of manner.... 2. Roughness of surface;…
A person or thing that causes harm.
A person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a fool.
Mourning or full of sorrow; causing grief.
asperity
1. Sharpness or harshness of manner.... 2. Roughness of surface;…
bane
A person or thing that causes harm.
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English 1 Honors AP HUG Week 4
geocaching
relative location
mental map
activity space
A hunt for a cache, the global positioning system coordinates…
The regional position or situation of a place relative to the…
Image or picture of the way space if organized as determined…
The space within which daily activities take place.
geocaching
A hunt for a cache, the global positioning system coordinates…
relative location
The regional position or situation of a place relative to the…
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English 1 Honors Week 8 AP HUG
remittances
cyclic movements
periodic movements
migration
the money migrants send back to family and friends in their h…
Movement that has a closed route and repeats annually or seas…
Movement that involves temporary recurrent relocation.
A change in residence intended to be permanent.
remittances
the money migrants send back to family and friends in their h…
cyclic movements
Movement that has a closed route and repeats annually or seas…
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AP Terms- List #1 (Honors English 1)
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Atmosphere
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
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AP Terms- List #2 (Honors English 1)
Anecdote
Antagonist
Anticipated objection
Antimetabole
A brief narrative offered in a text to capture the audience's…
The character, group of characters, or force which opposes th…
The technique a writer or speaker uses in an argumentative te…
Derived from a Greek word which means "turning about", this i…
Anecdote
A brief narrative offered in a text to capture the audience's…
Antagonist
The character, group of characters, or force which opposes th…
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English 1 Honors Week 2 AP HUG
fieldwork
human geography
globalization
physical geography
The study of geographic phenomena by visiting places & observ…
he spatial analysis of the population, its cultures, activiti…
The expansion of economic, political, & cultural processes to…
The spatial analysis of structure, processes, & location of t…
fieldwork
The study of geographic phenomena by visiting places & observ…
human geography
he spatial analysis of the population, its cultures, activiti…
AP Terms Honors English 1
alliteration
Allusion
Aposrophe
Atmosphere
The Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A figure of speech the directly addresses an absent or imagin…
the emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
alliteration
The Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
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Honors English 1 Granito AP Terms 1
alliteration
allusion
apostrophe
atmosphere
• The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant soun…
• A direct or indirect reference to something which is presum…
• A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or ima…
• The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary wor…
alliteration
• The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant soun…
allusion
• A direct or indirect reference to something which is presum…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Weeks 1-4 Cumulative Review
asperity
bane
buffoon
doleful
1. Sharpness or harshness of manner.... 2. Roughness of surface;…
A person or thing that causes harm.
A person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a fool.
Mourning or full of sorrow; causing grief.
asperity
1. Sharpness or harshness of manner.... 2. Roughness of surface;…
bane
A person or thing that causes harm.
English Honors- AP Literary Term List #1
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
ambiguity
using character or story elements symbolically to represent a…
repetition of sounds, initial consonants
direct or indirect reference to something that is well-known,…
multiple meanings, intentional or unintentional, of a word, p…
Allegory
using character or story elements symbolically to represent a…
Alliteration
repetition of sounds, initial consonants
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English 1 Honors AP HUG Weeks 5 and 6
arithmetic population density
physiological population density
population distribution
dot map
The population of a country or region expressed as an average…
The number of people per unit area of agriculturally producti…
Descriptions of locations on the earth's surface where indivi…
Maps where one dot represents a certain number or phenomenon,…
arithmetic population density
The population of a country or region expressed as an average…
physiological population density
The number of people per unit area of agriculturally producti…
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Honors English 1 Combined AP Terms
Anecdote
Antagonist
Anticipated objection
Antimetabole
A short narrative used to capture the attention of an audienc…
The character(s) or idea in a story which work against the pr…
A preemptive writing technique which makes assumptions about…
The turning about or reversing of certain words in a phrase (…
Anecdote
A short narrative used to capture the attention of an audienc…
Antagonist
The character(s) or idea in a story which work against the pr…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 5
acrimony
affinity
ambivalent
cessation
Bitterness or sharpness of temper, manner, or speech; hostili…
Attraction for someone or something in which one feels a clos…
Having mixed, often opposing, feelings about something or som…
A stopping, either final or temporary.
acrimony
Bitterness or sharpness of temper, manner, or speech; hostili…
affinity
Attraction for someone or something in which one feels a clos…
English Honors: Vocab 1
A (An)
Ambi
Anti
Circum
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
against... -ex. Antidote: anti (against) dot (give)
around... -ex. Circumscribe: circum (around) scribe (write)
A (An)
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
Ambi
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
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English 1 Honors AP HUG Week 4
geocaching
relative location
mental map
activity space
A hunt for a cache, the global positioning system coordinates…
The regional position or situation of a place relative to the…
Image or picture of the way space if organized as determined…
The space within which daily activities take place.
geocaching
A hunt for a cache, the global positioning system coordinates…
relative location
The regional position or situation of a place relative to the…
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Honors English I: List 1
Adversaries
Languish
Nuptial
Pernicious
antagonist party; foe; enemies
to become dispirited; weak; to long for
marriage; wedding
deadly; destructive
Adversaries
antagonist party; foe; enemies
Languish
to become dispirited; weak; to long for
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Pre-AP Honors English 1 Short Story Vocab
discordant
prodigy
indignant
interminably
being at variance, disagreeing, disagreeable to the ear, diss…
a person, especially a child or young person, having extraord…
feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure a…
incapable of being terminated, unending, unceasing (in an ann…
discordant
being at variance, disagreeing, disagreeable to the ear, diss…
prodigy
a person, especially a child or young person, having extraord…
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Honors English 1 Vocabulary
contempt
indigent
insubstantial
repose
the feeling of dislike and a lack of respect for someone/some…
impoverished
lacking substance; flimsy
a state of rest, sleep, or tranquility
contempt
the feeling of dislike and a lack of respect for someone/some…
indigent
impoverished
Pre-AP Honors English 9: Vocab Quiz 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
A coin collector
A scarcity, lack
Believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
Morally unrestrained
Numismatist
A coin collector
Honors English 1
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
To recant solemnly; renounce or repudiate.
To abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority.
Eating and drinking in moderation.
Quickness and keenness of judgment or insight.
abjure
To recant solemnly; renounce or repudiate.
abrogate
To abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority.
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Pre-AP Honors English Words List 1
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addi…
(adj) able to use both hands equally w…
(v) to make larger, increase... syn: enla…
(adj, part.) deprived of; made unhappy…
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addi…
adulterate
(adj) able to use both hands equally w…
ambidextrous
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English II Honors - Lesson #1
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
to caution or advise against something; reprimand
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; br…
a bandit ,robber, outlaw, highwayman
careful; cautious; wary; prudent
admonish
to caution or advise against something; reprimand
breach
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; br…
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Honors English 9 -- AP Terms 1-10
anaphora
anaphora
chiasmus
chiasmus
the repetition of words at the beginning of each line
"Mad world! Mad kings! Mad composition!"
a sentence of two parallel parts in which the second is struc…
"What trave thou knave, thou naughty knave, what trade?"
anaphora
the repetition of words at the beginning of each line
anaphora
"Mad world! Mad kings! Mad composition!"
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 11
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe.
Having to do with cooking.
agrarian
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
burgeon
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
Units 1-3 AP English 2 Honors Vocabulary
Copious
Furtive
Paragon
Coterie
abundant in supply or quanity
tempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of g…
a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of particular…
a group of people who associate closely
Copious
abundant in supply or quanity
Furtive
tempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of g…
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Honors English 9 -- AP Terms 1-15
anaphora
anaphora
chiasmus
chiasmus
the repetition of words at the beginning of each line
"Mad world! Mad kings! Mad composition!"
a sentence of two parallel parts in which the second is struc…
"What trave thou knave, thou naughty knave, what trade?"
anaphora
the repetition of words at the beginning of each line
anaphora
"Mad world! Mad kings! Mad composition!"
Pre-AP English 10 Honors Semester 1 Study Guide
Tone
Diction
Syntax
Independent clause
The attitude of a writer towards a subject or an audience
A styles of speaking or writing determined by the choice of w…
How the chosen words are used to form a sentence
Group of words that can stand alone as a sentence
Tone
The attitude of a writer towards a subject or an audience
Diction
A styles of speaking or writing determined by the choice of w…
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Honors English Week 1
levity
jargon
jaunt
jeopardy
lack of seriousness, frivolity
a specialized vocabulary of a group, an obscure language
a short pleasure trip
exposure to danger, peril
levity
lack of seriousness, frivolity
jargon
a specialized vocabulary of a group, an obscure language
Honors 9 English - Semester 1
imprudent
surmounted
invariably
ardent
adj.... unwise, not careful
v.... Overcame
adv.... without exception; unchanging
adj.... Enthusiastic or passionate
imprudent
adj.... unwise, not careful
surmounted
v.... Overcame
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Poetry Terms - Pre-AP English 1 Honors
litotes
synecdoche
simile
symbol
a positive statement expressed by negating opposite expressions
part of something represents a whole or the whole represents…
comparing two things using like or as
contains several layers of meaning often concealed at first s…
litotes
a positive statement expressed by negating opposite expressions
synecdoche
part of something represents a whole or the whole represents…
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English 2 Honors Vocab/Pre AP Terms Unit 1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
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English IV Honors AP Vocab 1,2, and 3 Canterbury Tales
Exposition
Tochaic
Anapestic
Dactylic
often used at the beginning of a work- introduces main charac…
a metrical foot consisting of one stressed foot followed by a…
a metrical foot consisting of two short syllables followed by…
a metrical foot consisting of one long and two short syllable…
Exposition
often used at the beginning of a work- introduces main charac…
Tochaic
a metrical foot consisting of one stressed foot followed by a…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 12
aftermath
aphorism
catharsis
cohort
A consequence or result, often a negative one.
A short statement of truth or principle; an adage.
A releasing of the emotions, often through the arts, that bri…
1. A group that is moving or working together.... 2. One who ass…
aftermath
A consequence or result, often a negative one.
aphorism
A short statement of truth or principle; an adage.
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Chapter 1 (Honors APES)
Government
Autocracy
Oligarchy
Democracy
Institutions and procedures through which a land and its peop…
A form of government in which a single individual rules.
A form of government in which a small group of landowners, mi…
A system of rule that permits citizens to play a significant…
Government
Institutions and procedures through which a land and its peop…
Autocracy
A form of government in which a single individual rules.
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Literary Terms Pre AP Honors English 2
absolute
adage
ad hominem argument
allegory
a word free from limitations or qualifications ("best," "all,…
a familiar proverb or wise saying
an argument attacking an individual's character rather than h…
a literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
absolute
a word free from limitations or qualifications ("best," "all,…
adage
a familiar proverb or wise saying
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AP/Honors English Vocabulary
Abysmal
Acquiesce
Aggrandize
Allusion
extremely poor or bad
to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying sil…
to make great or greater
a statement that refers to something without mentioning it di…
Abysmal
extremely poor or bad
Acquiesce
to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying sil…
AP/Honors English 11
Motif
Theme
Narrative
Plot
An idea or theme that repeats in a work
A main idea or underlying meaning of a literary work whether…
A story of related events shared to reader in a logical order
A sequences of events that make up and describe a story. This…
Motif
An idea or theme that repeats in a work
Theme
A main idea or underlying meaning of a literary work whether…
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Honors English 8 Week 1
abstinence
ambulatory
diatribe
didactic
Avoiding harmful behaviors
able to walk about
(n) bitter, abusive attack or criticism; rant
Designed or intended to teach
abstinence
Avoiding harmful behaviors
ambulatory
able to walk about
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 10
attest
axiom
churlish
concoct
To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or a…
A statement or principle that requires no proof because its t…
Lacking good manners; rude, impolite.
To make up, prepare, or invent.
attest
To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or a…
axiom
A statement or principle that requires no proof because its t…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 4
accolade
adamant
adulate
altercation
An expression of approval or respect for special merit; an aw…
Not yielding; firm.
To flatter or admire excessively; to idolize
A loud and determined dispute; a noisy quarrel.
accolade
An expression of approval or respect for special merit; an aw…
adamant
Not yielding; firm.
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 2
adjudicate
centennial
countenance
disgruntle
To hear and decide judicially; to judge.
A one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration.
1. A person's face; the expression on a person's face.... 2. Sup…
To make dissatisfied; to put in a bad mood.
adjudicate
To hear and decide judicially; to judge.
centennial
A one-hundredth anniversary or its celebration.
AP Vocab - Honors English
abstract
adage
alliteration
allusion
adj. complex, theoretical, unreal... n. summary, synopsis, brief
proverb, saying, motto
the commencement of two or more words of a word group with th…
a passing or casual reference
abstract
adj. complex, theoretical, unreal... n. summary, synopsis, brief
adage
proverb, saying, motto
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Honors English 1 Literary terms list 1
plot
apostrophe
sestina
setting
sequence of events in literature (exposition, rising action,…
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
poem composed of six six-line stanzas and a three-line conclu…
the time period, place, and surroundings in a story
plot
sequence of events in literature (exposition, rising action,…
apostrophe
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 6
ameliorate
baleful
berate
circumvent
To make better; to become better; to improve.
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.
To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently
To avoid through craftiness.
ameliorate
To make better; to become better; to improve.
baleful
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 3
curtail
discriminate
espionage
inalienable
To cut short or reduce.
1. To make or recognize clear distinctions.... 2. To treat in a…
The act of spying, especially a government spy obtaining secr…
Not able to be taken or given away.
curtail
To cut short or reduce.
discriminate
1. To make or recognize clear distinctions.... 2. To treat in a…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 8
adjacent
beset
cede
circuitous
Near or next to; adjoining.
1. To surround or to attack repeatedly.... 2. To trouble or weig…
To give up or transfer, especially by treaty or formal agreem…
Roundabout; indirect.
adjacent
Near or next to; adjoining.
beset
1. To surround or to attack repeatedly.... 2. To trouble or weig…
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 7
castigate
colloquial
epitaph
exodus
To punish by criticizing sharply; to berate.
Characterized by informal language.
The words carved on a tombstone in memory of the deceased.
A mass departure.
castigate
To punish by criticizing sharply; to berate.
colloquial
Characterized by informal language.
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 9
cautionary
constrain
flotilla
gossamer
Offering or serving as a warning.
To confine, inhibit, or hold back by force or necessity.
A fleet of boats or small ships.
1. Thin, sheer fabric resembling gauze.... 2. A fine, filmy subs…
cautionary
Offering or serving as a warning.
constrain
To confine, inhibit, or hold back by force or necessity.
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honors english II pre ap test #1
allusion
claim
connotation
effect
brief indirect reference to a person, place, or thing of hist…
an argument or main idea or thesis statement backed up with e…
associations people make with words that go beyond the litera…
the outcome of something as a result of an event
allusion
brief indirect reference to a person, place, or thing of hist…
claim
an argument or main idea or thesis statement backed up with e…
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English II Honors Semester 1
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Rising Action
Climax
An introduction to the setting, characters, and basic situati…
Introduces the central conflict
All the events leading up to the climax
The highest point of interest
Exposition
An introduction to the setting, characters, and basic situati…
Inciting Incident
Introduces the central conflict
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