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Honors American Literature 2
Arrogant
Braggart
Complacent
Contemptuous
Overbearing; proud; haughty
One who boasts a great deal
Self-satisfied; smug
Lacking respect; scornful
Arrogant
Overbearing; proud; haughty
Braggart
One who boasts a great deal
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Honors American Literature vocab 2
curt; blunt
demoralize; dishearten
dilemma; muddle
inclination; desire
rudely brief
to discourage
a hard choice
a preference
curt; blunt
rudely brief
demoralize; dishearten
to discourage
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary 2
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v) to caution or advice against something
(n) an opening, gap
(n) bandit, robber
(adj) careful, cautious
admonish
(v) to caution or advice against something
breach
(n) an opening, gap
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Honors American Literature Vocab 2
Ambiguity
Candid
Deprecate
Exegesis
Uncertainty, Vaguness
Frank, Honest
Criticize; Denounce
Scholarly explanation or interpretation
Ambiguity
Uncertainty, Vaguness
Candid
Frank, Honest
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Honors American Literature: Vocab #2
STA, STI
POS
STAS, STAT
ENT, ESS
"Stand, stay"
"To put, place"
"Standing"
"To be"
STA, STI
"Stand, stay"
POS
"To put, place"
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary #2
lilliputian
discerning
extemporaneous
pugilist
(n) a very small person... (adj) trivial; petty
(adj) discriminating
(adj) done without planning
(n) a boxer
lilliputian
(n) a very small person... (adj) trivial; petty
discerning
(adj) discriminating
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Honors American Literature Vocab 2
animadversion
avid
brackish
celerity
a remark indicating strong criticism or dissaproval
desirous of something to the point of greed (usually with an…
having a salty taste and therefore unpleasant to drink
swiftness; rapidity of motion, action, or a faculty
animadversion
a remark indicating strong criticism or dissaproval
avid
desirous of something to the point of greed (usually with an…
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Honors American Literature Week 2
apathy
circuitous
disapprobation
fervor
lack of interest or emotion
indirect
disapproval
passion, enthusiasm
apathy
lack of interest or emotion
circuitous
indirect
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary 2
pilfer
palisades
conceits
mollified
v. steal
n. large, pointed stakes set in the ground to form a fence us…
n. strange or fanciful ideas
v. soothed; calmed
pilfer
v. steal
palisades
n. large, pointed stakes set in the ground to form a fence us…
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Honors American Literature-Unit 2
Foible (n)
Disabuse (v)
Proselytize (v)
Prate (v)
Weakness; frality
To disillusion; to disenchant
To convert; to win over
To babble; to talk foolishly
Foible (n)
Weakness; frality
Disabuse (v)
To disillusion; to disenchant
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Honors American Literature Unit 2
maelstrom
avid
hoyden
devious
whirlpool of great size and violence; situation resembling a…
desirous of someting to the point of greed (usually with an u…
a bold and unruly girl; spitfire
straying or wandering from a straight or direct course or way…
maelstrom
whirlpool of great size and violence; situation resembling a…
avid
desirous of someting to the point of greed (usually with an u…
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Honors American Literature Vocab 2
Accost
Animadversion
Avid
Brackish
(v) to approach and speak first, maybe in an aggressive way
(n) a comment indicating strong criticism
(adj) intensely eager or enthusiastic
(adj) having a salty/unpleasant taste
Accost
(v) to approach and speak first, maybe in an aggressive way
Animadversion
(n) a comment indicating strong criticism
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Honors American Literature (Week 2)
Realism
Abolition
Autobiography
Biography
Refers to any effort to offer an accurate and detailed portra…
The act of ending something; the termination of the agreement…
A story of a person's life written or told by that person.
A written account of another person's life, written by anothe…
Realism
Refers to any effort to offer an accurate and detailed portra…
Abolition
The act of ending something; the termination of the agreement…
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Honors American Literature: List 2
Ambiguity
Candid
Deprecate
Exegesis
Uncertainty, vagueness
Frank, honest
Criticize, denounce
Scholarly explanation or interpretation
Ambiguity
Uncertainty, vagueness
Candid
Frank, honest
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American Literature Honors Semester 2
adulation
anachronistic
assiduous
bellicose
(n.) excessive praise; The famous man found it difficult to h…
(adj.) an act of attributing a custom, event, or object to a…
(adj.) constant effort; She was an assiduous student, always…
(adj.) inclined or eager to fight; hostile; I'm not friends w…
adulation
(n.) excessive praise; The famous man found it difficult to h…
anachronistic
(adj.) an act of attributing a custom, event, or object to a…
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Honors American Literature Unit 2
maelstrom
avid
hoyden
devious
whirlpool of great size and violence; situation resembling a…
desirous of someting to the point of greed (usually with an u…
a bold and unruly girl; spitfire
straying or wandering from a straight or direct course or way…
maelstrom
whirlpool of great size and violence; situation resembling a…
avid
desirous of someting to the point of greed (usually with an u…
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Test 2 Honors American Literature
peril
exquisite
affliction
indications
danger
very beautiful, delicate
something causing pain
signs, point out or signify something
peril
danger
exquisite
very beautiful, delicate
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary List 2
Germane
Insatiable
Intransigent
Invidious
(Adj.) Relevant, appropriate, apropos, fitting. ... Ex: Bringing…
(Adj.) So great or demanding as not to be satisfied. ... Ex: Peo…
(Adj.) Refusing to compromise, irreconcilable. ... Ex: Little wi…
(Adj.) Offensive, hateful; tending to cause bitterness and re…
Germane
(Adj.) Relevant, appropriate, apropos, fitting. ... Ex: Bringing…
Insatiable
(Adj.) So great or demanding as not to be satisfied. ... Ex: Peo…
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary List 2
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
n) - a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
(adj) - equally skilled with either hand
(adj) - delayed; not on time
(v) - to give life or motion to (NOTE: This verb requires an…
edifice
n) - a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
(adj) - equally skilled with either hand
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Honors Modern American Literature Vocab Unit 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpindicularily
pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding words…
without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking so…
Ameliorate
to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpindicularily
Honors American Literature--Unit 2 Vocabulary
ameliorate
aplomb
bombastic
callow
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
(adj.) pompous or overblown in language; full of high-soundin…
(adj.) without experience immature, not fully developed; lack…
ameliorate
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
aplomb
(n.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
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Word Wall #2 for Honors American Literature
countenance
consternation
pestilential
copious
look or expression of the face
feelings of anxiety or unrest
deadly, poisonous
many, in large amounts
countenance
look or expression of the face
consternation
feelings of anxiety or unrest
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Honors American Literature Vocabulary Quiz #2
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Enhance
(n) humiliation, degradation
(adj) swelling, fluttering, waving
(v) to recoil in fear or servility, to shrink away from
(v) to improve, make better or clearer
Abasement
(n) humiliation, degradation
Billowing
(adj) swelling, fluttering, waving
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Honors American Literature - Unit 2 Vocab
Maelstrom
Avid
Hoyden
Devious
whirlpool, of great size and violence, situation resembling a…
desirous of something to the point of greed (usually with an…
a bold and unruly girl
straying or wandering from a straight or direct course or way…
Maelstrom
whirlpool, of great size and violence, situation resembling a…
Avid
desirous of something to the point of greed (usually with an…
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Honors American literature semester 2 final
Theme
Setting
Symbolism
Onomatopoeia
general moral or idea present in the story
When and where a story or part of a story takes place
when certain things actually represent other things
A word that represents a sound
Theme
general moral or idea present in the story
Setting
When and where a story or part of a story takes place
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Honors American Literature Unit 2 Test
A Psalm of Life
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
Thanatopsis
The Devil and Tom Walker
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
William Cullen Bryant
Washington Irving
A Psalm of Life
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Honors American Literature Vocab List #2-A
Ethereal
Extemporaneous
Pugilist
Fallacious
heavenly; airy (like steam)
done without planning
a boxer
false
Ethereal
heavenly; airy (like steam)
Extemporaneous
done without planning
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Honors American literature vocabulary list #2
Lilliputian
Discerning
Extemporaneous
Pugilist
A very small person... Trivial; petty
Discriminating
Done without planning, unprepared
A boxer
Lilliputian
A very small person... Trivial; petty
Discerning
Discriminating
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BDHS Honors American Literature Mrs. Spohn #2
affluence
autonomous
blase
chicanery
Abundance; Wealth
Independent
bored, uninterested, satiated
deception by means of craft or guile
affluence
Abundance; Wealth
autonomous
Independent
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11 honors american literature vocabulary list 2
omnipotent
ineffable
dolorous
abate
unlimited power
too sacred to be uttered; awe
showing sorrow
becoming less in amount or intensity
omnipotent
unlimited power
ineffable
too sacred to be uttered; awe
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American Literature (Honors) Rationalism: Test #2
What two things does Green say the (Am…
What did colonist do to avoid taxes?
What was the most upsetting of the act…
What was the name of a group of women…
taxes and tea
smuggling
The Stamp Act
The Daughters of Liberty
What two things does Green say the (Am…
taxes and tea
What did colonist do to avoid taxes?
smuggling
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Vocab 2 Mrs. Sica American Literature Honors
Ardent
Elate
Transient
Evince
intensely enthusiastic or devoted
raise spirits of
temporary
show plainly
Ardent
intensely enthusiastic or devoted
Elate
raise spirits of
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Honors American Literature Vocab 2 and 3
Countenance
Consternation
Pestilential
Copious
look or expression of the face
feelings of confusion, state of dismay
deadly, poisonous
many, in large amounts
Countenance
look or expression of the face
Consternation
feelings of confusion, state of dismay
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American Literature & Composition Honors Semester 2 Review
GG The valley of ashes are symbolic of:
GG Jordan Baker has one bad trait. She…
GG Tom Buchanan
GG Nick Carraway
moral decay
dishonest
racist; hulking man
from a well-to-do Midwestern family; in the bonds business
GG The valley of ashes are symbolic of:
moral decay
GG Jordan Baker has one bad trait. She…
dishonest
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Honors American Literature Unit 2 Vocab
Accost
Animadversion
Avid
Brackish
(v) to approach and speak to first
(n) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
(adj.) desirous of something to the point of greed
(adj.) having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
Accost
(v) to approach and speak to first
Animadversion
(n) a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Lesson 2 vocab Honors American Literature
Impotent
Antithesis
Maelstrom
Emendation
Adj. lacking strength, powerless
N. Exact opposite
N. Whirlpool, turbulence, agitated state of mind
N. A correction
Impotent
Adj. lacking strength, powerless
Antithesis
N. Exact opposite
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BDHS Honors American Literature Mrs. Spohn #2
affluence
autonomous
blase
chicanery
Abundance; Wealth
Independent
bored, uninterested, satiated
deception by means of craft or guile
affluence
Abundance; Wealth
autonomous
Independent
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Vocabulary List 2 Honors American Literature
Augury
Boycott
Glib
Incise
prediction, looking for omens [ augur(v) ]
refuse to have dealings with
slick; superficial especially in speech
cut into [ incision(n) , incisive(a) ]
Augury
prediction, looking for omens [ augur(v) ]
Boycott
refuse to have dealings with
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Unit 2 Honors American Literature Vocabe
animadversion
avid
brackish
celerity
(n.) a remark indicating strong criticism; disapproval.
(adj.)desirous of something to the point of greed (usually wi…
(adj.) having a salty taste and therefore unpleasant to drink.
(n.) swiftness; rapidity of motion, action, or any faculty.
animadversion
(n.) a remark indicating strong criticism; disapproval.
avid
(adj.)desirous of something to the point of greed (usually wi…
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Honors American Literature and Composition Vocabulary Unit 2
Capacious (adj)
Capacious (adj)
Carnivorous (adj)
Carnivorous (adj)
Large, roomy; extensive
Antonyms: Confined, Cramped, Snug
Meat-eating
Antonyms: Herbivorous, Vegetarian
Capacious (adj)
Large, roomy; extensive
Capacious (adj)
Antonyms: Confined, Cramped, Snug
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Honors American Literature Unit 2 Vocabulary Words
summarily
poignant
oscillation
ludicrous
(adj.) quickly and without ceremony
(adj.) keenly distressing to the feelings, especially sadness
(n.) the action of swinging back and forth at regular pace
(adj.) laughably absurd or ridculous
summarily
(adj.) quickly and without ceremony
poignant
(adj.) keenly distressing to the feelings, especially sadness
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Honors American Literature Vocab Test #2
phon
them
aero
photo
sound
heat
air
light
phon
sound
them
heat
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Honors American Literature Sm. 2 Final
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
Frederick Douglass, 1845
Abolitionist movement
-Maryland... -Baltimore... -New York... -docks... -New Bedford, Massachus…
-Frederick Douglass (born Frederick Bailey)... -Colonel Edward L…
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
Frederick Douglass, 1845
The Narrartive of the Life of Frederic…
Abolitionist movement
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American Literature Honors S2 Final
Aunt Alexandra
Francis Hancock
Uncle Jack
Dill (Charles Harris)
Atticus' sister... Wants Scout to be feminine
Aunt Alexandra's grandson... He taunts Scout about Atticus, gett…
Atticus's brother, a doctor... Jem and Scout like him
Jem and Scout's neighborhood friend... Lives in Mississippi... Dill…
Aunt Alexandra
Atticus' sister... Wants Scout to be feminine
Francis Hancock
Aunt Alexandra's grandson... He taunts Scout about Atticus, gett…
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American Literature Honors Quarterly 2 Review
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Wha…
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Wha…
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Wha…
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Why…
3rd Person Limited... (Only Peyton's Thoughts)
Hears his pocket watch ticking... Supernatural Occurrences (Sig…
Standing on a bridge -> about to be hanged -> falls into rive…
Gentleman -> Good Father-> Good Man-> Non-Criminal... Remember.…
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Wha…
3rd Person Limited... (Only Peyton's Thoughts)
OWL CREEK BRIDGE REVIEW QUESTIONS... Wha…
Hears his pocket watch ticking... Supernatural Occurrences (Sig…
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Honors American Literature Final Review Part 2
satire
internal rhyme
dialect
hyperbole
a literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicul…
the rhyming of words within a line of poetry, not just at the…
a particular form of language that is distinctive to a specif…
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
satire
a literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicul…
internal rhyme
the rhyming of words within a line of poetry, not just at the…
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Honors American Literature Vocab 2015-16 (Semester 2)
List 1
bellicose
consummate
elusive
...
war-like, aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
List 1
...
bellicose
war-like, aggressive
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Honors American Literature- Unit 2 Part 3- Hawthorne and Melville
What does the probably symbolize in th…
The white whale against whom Ahab seek…
Melville's deepest philosophical conce…
Ahab's rambling monologues show that h…
D: Nature's power over humanity
B: caused Ahab to lose his leg in a previous encounter
D: nature of evil
D: single minded
What does the probably symbolize in th…
D: Nature's power over humanity
The white whale against whom Ahab seek…
B: caused Ahab to lose his leg in a previous encounter
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Honors American Literature List 1-10 (Semester 2) Hughes
List 1
bellicose
consummate
elusive
...
war-like, aggressive
complete; total; supremely good
hard to pin down
List 1
...
bellicose
war-like, aggressive
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American Literature Quarter 1 (Sem. 2 Honors 10 Final)
Puritans and Pilgrims
The Great Awakening
Genre/Style - The Age of Faith
Major Writers - The Age of Faith
1. separated from the Anglican church of England... 2. Religion…
(1730s and 1740s)
A. Sermons, diaries, personal narratives, slave narratives... B.…
A. John Smith (1580-1631)... 1. Co-founder of Jamestown colony…
Puritans and Pilgrims
1. separated from the Anglican church of England... 2. Religion…
The Great Awakening
(1730s and 1740s)
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