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GACS lclab English 10 - Hill/Spiceland - Final Exam Review - Fall Semester - A Separate Peace
Gene Forrester
Elwin Lepellier (Leper)
Elwin Lepellier (Leper)
Gene Forrester
Finny's roomate and best friend
Shy student interested in skiing
The first Devon student to enlist (also suffers a mental brea…
Narrator of A Separate Peace
Gene Forrester
Finny's roomate and best friend
Elwin Lepellier (Leper)
Shy student interested in skiing
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
constructive
construe
destitute
expound
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
adj. Having no money; poor
v. To explain or discuss in detail
constructive
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
construe
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
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Wordly Wise Book 10 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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Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
(noun) one who does good to others... Without the help of many…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... In to…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
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The Great Gatsby symbolism
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
the mantle clock
the pile of shirts
New York City
God's judgment
an awkward attempt to return to the past
extravagance; excessive wealth
adventure and anonymity
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
God's judgment
the mantle clock
an awkward attempt to return to the past
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
(noun) one who does good to others... Without the help of many…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... In to…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
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Shakespearean Terms
Comedy
Tragedy
Soliquy
Dramatic Irony
A drama that has a happy ending, usually involving ... marriages…
A drama that depicts serious and important events that ... cause…
When a character converses with himself/herself by ... expressin…
When the full significance of a character's words or actions…
Comedy
A drama that has a happy ending, usually involving ... marriages…
Tragedy
A drama that depicts serious and important events that ... cause…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 15
abrasive
acclimate
chagrin
complacent
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
n.) irritation or humiliation caused by disappointment or fru…
(adj.) self-satisfied; overly content... syn: smug, unconcerned…
abrasive
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
acclimate
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
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Sadlier Level E Unit 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or minds... Syn: cleve…
peaceable, friendly... Pic: "Casper the amicable ghost..."... Syn…
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... Syn: disin…
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive... one at war,…
adroit
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or minds... Syn: cleve…
amicable
peaceable, friendly... Pic: "Casper the amicable ghost..."... Syn…
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Things Fall Apart
harmattan
improvident
kite
kola
a dry, dusty wind that blows from the Sahara to the Atlantic…
lacking foresight or thrift
a bird of the hawk family
an African tree whose nuts contain caffeine and yield a flavo…
harmattan
a dry, dusty wind that blows from the Sahara to the Atlantic…
improvident
lacking foresight or thrift
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
Definition:(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or…
Definition:(adj.) peaceable, friendly... Synonyms: congenial, ne…
Definition:(adj.) having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unw…
Definition:(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggr…
adroit
Definition:(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or…
amicable
Definition:(adj.) peaceable, friendly... Synonyms: congenial, ne…
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Honors 10 English Language Arts Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
archetypes
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
the force that opposes or struggles against the main character
universal symbols - images, characters, motifs, or patterns -…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
allusion
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
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Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 7
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... Syn…
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... S…
(verb) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or for…
(noun) great confusion, disorder... Syn.: anarchy, turmoil, pan…
abhor
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... Syn…
amend
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... S…
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Literary Elements
Conflict
Types of Conflict
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
internal conflict... external conflict
conflict within a character
conflict between a character and outside forces
Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
Types of Conflict
internal conflict... external conflict
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
v. to get with some effort
adj. causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
sinecure
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
incurious
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
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PLOT
plot
exposition
character
setting
sequence of events in a literary work
characters, setting, conflict introduced
person or animal who takes part in action of a literary work
time and place of action of literary work
plot
sequence of events in a literary work
exposition
characters, setting, conflict introduced
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Parts of Speech
common noun
proper noun
verb
adverb
a person, place, or thing
a particular person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
a word that describes a verb; answers how, when, where, to wh…
common noun
a person, place, or thing
proper noun
a particular person, place, or thing
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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Level F, Unit 10
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
(v.) To grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
(n.) A critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
(n.) A state or scene of uproar and confusion... SYNONYMS: co…
(adj.) Hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; sheltered…
accrue
(v.) To grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
annotation
(n.) A critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
(adjective) able to use both hands equally well, very skillfu…
(verb) to make larger, increase... SYN: enlarge, supplement, amp…
(adjective) deprived of, made unhappy through a loss... SYN: ber…
adulterate
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
ambidextrous
(adjective) able to use both hands equally well, very skillfu…
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Wordly Wise Book 9 Lesson 3
allude
consecrate
disseminate
dote
to refer to something indirectly
to dedicate to a cause; to set apart as holy
to scatter or spread widely
to show excessive fondness for
allude
to refer to something indirectly
consecrate
to dedicate to a cause; to set apart as holy
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... syn.…
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... sy…
(verb) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or for…
(noun) great confusion, disorder... syn.: anarchy, turmoil, pand…
abhor
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... syn.…
amend
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... sy…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 10
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(verb) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... S: compl…
(verb) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (noun) a strong…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly... S:…
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned... S: carefre…
acquiesce
(verb) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... S: compl…
allure
(verb) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (noun) a strong…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
(noun) an accomplishment, the act of achieving... Syn.: achieve…
(verb) to give or pass on as an inheritance... Syn.: transmit,…
affiliated
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
ascertain
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
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Punctuation
question mark
exclamation mark/point... (used in exclam…
period
colon
-put at the end of a sentence that asks or requests something…
-put at the end of a sentence that expresses strong feelings…
-used at the end of sentences that are not exclamations or qu…
-used at the end of independent clauses to show that more inf…
question mark
-put at the end of a sentence that asks or requests something…
exclamation mark/point... (used in exclam…
-put at the end of a sentence that expresses strong feelings…
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2015 There Will Come Soft Rains Vocabualry
Manifested
Oblivious
Okapi
Paranioa
appeared; made known
paying no attention; heedless
an antelope like mammal of the African jungle
an irrational fear of danger
Manifested
appeared; made known
Oblivious
paying no attention; heedless
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William Shakespeare and More
April 23, 1564
Stratford-on-Avon, England
April 23, 1616
Actor
Near what date was William Shakespeare born on? (month day, y…
Where was Shakespeare born?
When did Shakespeare die?
Shakespeare was probably inspired by a traveling group of...
April 23, 1564
Near what date was William Shakespeare born on? (month day, y…
Stratford-on-Avon, England
Where was Shakespeare born?
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 6
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
(verb) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... Management…
(verb) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion…
(verb) to include or contain; to be made up of... Classical symp…
(adj.) skillful, nimble... The __________ fingers of Spanish nun…
accede
(verb) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... Management…
brandish
(verb) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion…
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Sadlier Oxford Level D Unit 2 Definitions
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
(v.) to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
(n) a citizen of another country (adj.) foreign, strange
(adj.) having a pleasing appearance
(v.) to make up for; to repay for services
adjourn
(v.) to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
alien
(n) a citizen of another country (adj.) foreign, strange
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Vocabulary Workshop Level F: Unit 2
ameliorate
aplomb
bombastic
callow
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming…
(n.) poise, assurance, great confidence; perpendicularity... Sy…
(adj.) pompous or overblown in language; full of high-soundin…
(adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
ameliorate
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming…
aplomb
(n.) poise, assurance, great confidence; perpendicularity... Sy…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
(noun) an accomplishment, the act of achieving... Syn.: achieve…
(verb) to give or pass on as an inheritance... Syn.: transmit,…
affiliated
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
ascertain
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
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Literary Terms
simile
conflict
hyperbole
theme
comparing two things using LIKE or AS
the problems or complications in the story
exaggeration of the truth for effect
the idea the author is trying to get across or teach the reader
simile
comparing two things using LIKE or AS
conflict
the problems or complications in the story
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11th Grade--Sadlier-Oxford: Level F: Unit 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.…
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularit…
(adj.) Pompous or overblown in language; full of high-soundin…
(adj.) Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Ameliorate
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.…
Aplomb
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularit…
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Vocabulary Workshop Level E, Unit 10
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... SYN: compl…
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly... SYN…
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned... SYN: caref…
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit... SYN: compl…
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 11
allude
clairvoyant
conclusive
disreputable
(verb) to refer to casually or indirectly... Syn.: suggest, insi…
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; ... (noun) one who possesses e…
(adj.) serving to settle an issue; final... Syn.: decisive, conv…
(adj.) not respectable, not esteemed... Syn.: disgraceful, discr…
allude
(verb) to refer to casually or indirectly... Syn.: suggest, insi…
clairvoyant
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; ... (noun) one who possesses e…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level F: Unit 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) Resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) To assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute.…
Abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
Acculturation
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
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Vocabulary Lesson 3
visage
malleable
whimsical
amiable
facial expression; appearance
capable of being shaped easily
full of curious ideas or notions; unpredictable
friendly; agreeable; good-natured
visage
facial expression; appearance
malleable
capable of being shaped easily
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Vocabulary Lesson 4
callous
apprehensive
ineffectual
mystic
lacking mercy; insensitive; thick and hardened
uneasy; fearful of the future
inadequate; unable to bring about desired result
mysterious; a spiritual person
callous
lacking mercy; insensitive; thick and hardened
apprehensive
uneasy; fearful of the future
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Honors 10 English Language Arts Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
archetypes
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
the force that opposes or struggles against the main character
universal symbols - images, characters, motifs, or patterns -…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
allusion
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E unit 14
alacrity
alleviate
antithesis
appall
a cheerful readiness, brisk and eager action
to relieve, make more bearable
the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
to fill with dismay or horror
alacrity
a cheerful readiness, brisk and eager action
alleviate
to relieve, make more bearable
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point of view, setting and mood, Literary elements 2
Point of View
First-person point of view
Third-person point of view
Two types of third-person point of view
It gives the perspective from which a literary work is told.
The narrator (the voice that is telling the story) is a chara…
The narrator is someone outside the action, rather than a cha…
Omniscient third-person point of view and limited third-perso…
Point of View
It gives the perspective from which a literary work is told.
First-person point of view
The narrator (the voice that is telling the story) is a chara…
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Things Fall Apart [characters, places & objects]
Author:
Agbala (Ahg-bah-lah):
egwugwu
Ilo
Chinua Achebe
The Oracle of the Hills and the Caves. She influences all asp…
A symbol of the culture and independence of the Umuofia. Seen…
The village green where assemblies for sports, discussions, e…
Author:
Chinua Achebe
Agbala (Ahg-bah-lah):
The Oracle of the Hills and the Caves. She influences all asp…
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English Final: Things Fall Apart characters
Okonkwo
Unoka
Okoye
Nwoye
protagonist of story
Okonkwo's lazy father
the man Unoka was in debt to
Okonkwo's oldest son who converts to Christianity
Okonkwo
protagonist of story
Unoka
Okonkwo's lazy father
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
confide
credence
credible
credulity
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
n. Trust or believe
adj. Able to be trusted in or believed
n. Tendency to believe things too quickly or easily
confide
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
credence
n. Trust or believe
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Vocabulary Workshop Level F: 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 purpos…
(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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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 12
abjure
acrid
august
callous
(verb) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun... Syno…
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper... Syno…
(adj.) majestic, inspiring admiration and respect... Synonyms: s…
(adj.) emotionally hardened, unfeeling... Synonyms: insensitive,…
abjure
(verb) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun... Syno…
acrid
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper... Syno…
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Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 3
animated
brood
culminate
downright
(adj.) full of life, lively, alive
(v.) to think over in a worried, unhappy way
(v.) to reach a high point of development ; to end, climax
(adv.) thoroughly
animated
(adj.) full of life, lively, alive
brood
(v.) to think over in a worried, unhappy way
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