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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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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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Progression of Language, Literature, and the Arts Honors English 10
William Bradford
Jonathan Edwards
Anne Bradstreet
Olaudah Equiano
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
Puritan Poet - best american poet Cares for God... Wrote Upon th…
Puritan (1745- 1797)... Wrote a Narrative in first person/ secon…
William Bradford
Passionate Puritan Cared for God... Wrote Of Plymouth Plantation…
Jonathan Edwards
Puritan Angry picture of God... Wrote: Sinners in the Hands of a…
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Honors 10 Language Arts
Personification
Epithet
In Media Res
Allusion
Giving non-human objects, human characteristics
A word or phrase used repeatedly to characterize or describe…
In the middle of something
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing, or…
Personification
Giving non-human objects, human characteristics
Epithet
A word or phrase used repeatedly to characterize or describe…
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Language arts 10 honors
Genre
Etymological
Plausible
Sublime
Catergory of artistic composition
One language to another
Seeming reasonable
Beauty as to inspire
Genre
Catergory of artistic composition
Etymological
One language to another
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Honors Language Arts Vocabulary 10
insidious
juxtapose
malevolent
ostentatious
causing harm in a way that is gradual or not easily noticed
to place close together or adjacent for comparison
having or showing a wish to do evil to others
boastful; designed to attract notice
insidious
causing harm in a way that is gradual or not easily noticed
juxtapose
to place close together or adjacent for comparison
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 10
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
v. To do away with legal penalties for
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
n. An accusation made in reply; a counter charge.
adj. Deserving blame
decriminalize
v. To do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
Honors English 10 Final [Fall]
Arbitrator (noun)
Intractable (adjective)
Obsequious (adjective)
Obstinate (adjective)
independent person, or body officially appointed to settle a…
not easily controlled or directed, not manageable, hard to wo…
characterized by showing complaisance obediently (submissive)
firmly or stubbornly to ones purpose, opinion, not yielding t…
Arbitrator (noun)
independent person, or body officially appointed to settle a…
Intractable (adjective)
not easily controlled or directed, not manageable, hard to wo…
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Honors 10 Language Arts Vocab
Archtype
Theme
Setting
Acquiesce
Holding a Grudge; Globally
A message about life or human nature that the writer wants to…
Where the story takes place
To agree or give in to
Archtype
Holding a Grudge; Globally
Theme
A message about life or human nature that the writer wants to…
Language arts honors vocab #10
cacophony
callous
carp
gruff
(noun) a harsh, jarring sound
(adj.) lacking feeling, mercy, etc.; unfeeling
(verb) to find fault and complain constantly; to nag or fuss
(adj.) stern, surly; hoarse; brusquely rude
cacophony
(noun) a harsh, jarring sound
callous
(adj.) lacking feeling, mercy, etc.; unfeeling
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Honors English 10 Fall Final
The Great Chain of Being
The Elizabethan concept of chaos and t…
The Body Politic
The Microcosm and Macrocosm
...
...
...
...
The Great Chain of Being
...
The Elizabethan concept of chaos and t…
...
Honors Language Arts 10: Medea
Tyrannical
Steadfastly
Deceitful
Folly
Unjustly cruel, harsh, or severe; arbitrary or oppressive.
Fixed or unchanging; steady. Firmly loyal or constant.
Deliberately misleading; deceptive.
A lack of good sense, understanding, or foresight. An act or…
Tyrannical
Unjustly cruel, harsh, or severe; arbitrary or oppressive.
Steadfastly
Fixed or unchanging; steady. Firmly loyal or constant.
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English 10 Honors Fall Semester Vocabulary
Complacent
Intimation
Unobtrusive
Fractious
Pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages,…
A hint or suggestion
Not obtrusive; inconspicuous, unassertive, or reticent
Irritable; unruly
Complacent
Pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages,…
Intimation
A hint or suggestion
English/Language Arts Fall Exam
compare and contrast
chronological
sequential
cause and effect
When you compare two things, you say how they are similar, an…
Arranged in order of time of occurrence
Forming or following a logical order or sequence.
A relationship in which change in one variable causes change…
compare and contrast
When you compare two things, you say how they are similar, an…
chronological
Arranged in order of time of occurrence
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Literary Terms Honors Language Arts 10
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
A work with two levels of meaning-a literal one and a symboli…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.…
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A point-by-point comparison between two things that are alike…
Allegory
A work with two levels of meaning-a literal one and a symboli…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.…
Honors English 10 Fall Final
allusion
aphorism
antagonist
diction
"A passing reference to historical or fictional characters, p…
"A terse statement of a principle of truth, usually an observ…
"Usually, the character in fiction or drama who stands in dir…
"Word choice."
allusion
"A passing reference to historical or fictional characters, p…
aphorism
"A terse statement of a principle of truth, usually an observ…
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Honors English 10 fall final
Allegory
Fable
Verbal irony
Situational irony
Using a character/ story elements to symbolize an abstraction…
Short; illustrates moral lesson; often animals with human cha…
Says 1 thing but means the opposite
Something happens opposite of what's expected
Allegory
Using a character/ story elements to symbolize an abstraction…
Fable
Short; illustrates moral lesson; often animals with human cha…
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english 10 honors fall exam
Who originally inspired the "what woul…
What is the name of Henry Maxwell's ch…
What offer did Rachel Winslow decline?
according to Charles Sheldon, true dis…
Jack Manning
First church of Raymond
singing in the traveling opera
taking up your cross and following Christ
Who originally inspired the "what woul…
Jack Manning
What is the name of Henry Maxwell's ch…
First church of Raymond
Honors English 10 Fall Final
Appositive
Adjective Clause
Relative pronoun
Participial Phrase
a noun that restates a noun, usually set off my commas
clause that uses a relative pronoun
who, whom, which
-ing phrase adding info to an independent clause
Appositive
a noun that restates a noun, usually set off my commas
Adjective Clause
clause that uses a relative pronoun
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Honors English/Language Arts: Midterm Review
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
Language Arts 10 Honors: Lesson 10 Vocab
circuitous
circumlocution
deleterious
extenuating
indirect, roundabout
an unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
having a harmful effect: injurious
lessening in the seriousness of
circuitous
indirect, roundabout
circumlocution
an unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
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Honors English/Language Arts: Final Review
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
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Honors English 10 Fall Final
What is logos
What is pathos
What is Ethos
Who does old major symbolize
Appealing to audience through use of logic or reason.... + Allus…
Appealing to audience emotions... + Anecdote- short story used a…
Appealing to audience sense of right/wrong... +Call to action- s…
A pig. He creates the ideas behind Animalism and inspires the…
What is logos
Appealing to audience through use of logic or reason.... + Allus…
What is pathos
Appealing to audience emotions... + Anecdote- short story used a…
Honors English 10 Shakespeare language
tarry
cogitations
parley
prodigies
linger, to wait around
lengthy thoughts
conversation with the enemy
events that predict the future
tarry
linger, to wait around
cogitations
lengthy thoughts
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10 honors language arts lesson 17
circumspect
zephyr
renegade
retribution
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West wind)
one who deserts one side in favor of another; traitor, outlaw
something justly deserved, especially a punishment
circumspect
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
zephyr
a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West wind)
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10 honors language arts lesson 17
circumspect
zephyr
renegade
retribution
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West wind)
one who deserts one side in favor of another; traitor, outlaw
something justly deserved, especially a punishment
circumspect
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
zephyr
a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West wind)
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Honors English/Language Arts: Grammar/DGP
Subordinating Conjunctions
Singular Objective Pronouns
Relative Pronouns
Plural Objective Pronouns
Start advanced dependent clauses, and must be followed by a s…
EX: me, you, him, her, it
Starts adjective dependent clause; ... EX: that, which, who, who…
EX: us, you, them
Subordinating Conjunctions
Start advanced dependent clauses, and must be followed by a s…
Singular Objective Pronouns
EX: me, you, him, her, it
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Honors Language Arts 9- Vocabulary Set 10
commemorate
compile
complacency
compliance
v. honor the memory of
v. assemble; gather; accumulate
n. self-satisfaction; smugness
n. readiness to yield; conformity in fulfilling requirements
commemorate
v. honor the memory of
compile
v. assemble; gather; accumulate
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Language Arts 10 Honors Vocab 1
Abacus
Acclaim
Articulate
Bigot
Noun, a device used for counting and calculating using small…
Noun, strong, enthusiastic acceptance or praise given to some…
Verb, to speak or write very clearly and effectively
Noun, a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes without inf…
Abacus
Noun, a device used for counting and calculating using small…
Acclaim
Noun, strong, enthusiastic acceptance or praise given to some…
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Honors Language Arts 10 WOW Words
Fetter
Fathom
Succinct
Alacrity
A chain or shackle used to secure the ankles or feet; anythin…
To understand or comprehend
Compact, condensed, concise. Wound tightly or cinched, as if…
Cheerful willingness; eagerness. Speed or quickness.
Fetter
A chain or shackle used to secure the ankles or feet; anythin…
Fathom
To understand or comprehend
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Honors English 10 Figurative Language
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Cliché
...
...
...
...
Alliteration
...
Assonance
...
Honors english 10 shakespearean language
Aye
Nay
Anon
Go to
Yes
No
Soon
Stop this
Aye
Yes
Nay
No
English Language Arts Fall Semester Exam Review
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
alliteration
comparing two things using "like" or "as"
comparing two things without using "like" or "as"
describing something using extreme exaggeration
occurs when two or more words have the same beginning sound
simile
comparing two things using "like" or "as"
metaphor
comparing two things without using "like" or "as"
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Rhetorical Devices - Honors Language Arts 10
hyperbole
understatement
litote
antithesis
an extreme exaggeration
the force of a descriptive statement is less than one would e…
an ironic understatement in which the affirmative is expresse…
when two opposite ideas are put together in a sentence to ach…
hyperbole
an extreme exaggeration
understatement
the force of a descriptive statement is less than one would e…
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Honors English III - Vocabulary Fall List 10
Amnesty
Amorphous
Animosity
Concur
(N) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(Adj.) shapeless
(N) active enmity (hatred)
(V) to express agreement, approve
Amnesty
(N) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
Amorphous
(Adj.) shapeless
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Fall of Troy IDs - Honors English 10
Virgil
Hector's death meant that
Prince Memnon of Ethiopia
Antilochus
A Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid; came after Homer. To him (…
Achilles was to die soon (as he was fated to)
Son of the Goddess of the Dawn; he came to aid Troy with a la…
Was killed once Prince Memnon's army aided Troy
Virgil
A Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid; came after Homer. To him (…
Hector's death meant that
Achilles was to die soon (as he was fated to)
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Honors Language Arts Vocab 10 Quiz
Benevolent
Benefactor
Benign
Accord
Kindly; favorable towards
A person who gives friendly aid
Causing no harm
Sameness of opinion; agreement
Benevolent
Kindly; favorable towards
Benefactor
A person who gives friendly aid
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Honors English Fall Final Figurative Language and POV
Figurative language
Metaphor
Simile
Personification
o saying something other than what is literally meant for eff…
o compare two unlike objects, ideas, thoughts WITHOUT using "…
o two unlike things are compared using the word "like" or "as…
o giving human characteristics to non-living things or ideas…
Figurative language
o saying something other than what is literally meant for eff…
Metaphor
o compare two unlike objects, ideas, thoughts WITHOUT using "…
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Honors Language Arts 9 - Kirkham Vocab 10
fraternizing
sagacious
confectioner
emaciated
verb - to associate in a fraternal or friendly way.
adj - acutely insightful and wise
noun - a person whose occupation is making or selling candy a…
adj - abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness…
fraternizing
verb - to associate in a fraternal or friendly way.
sagacious
adj - acutely insightful and wise
156 terms
Honors English/Language Arts: Final Review
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
Honors English/Language Arts: Midterm Review
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
156 terms
Honors English/Language Arts: Final Review
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
English 10 Honors Fall 2016 Final
steps of the hero's journey
Traits of epic hero
classic or common hero
tragic hero
-world of common day... -call to adventure... -refusal of the call…
-Myth or legend - unclear if the hero actually existed... -usual…
special birth- noble, special circumstance, born for purpose…
-great character in a dramatic tragedy who is destined for do…
steps of the hero's journey
-world of common day... -call to adventure... -refusal of the call…
Traits of epic hero
-Myth or legend - unclear if the hero actually existed... -usual…
Honors English/Language Arts: Final Review Melissa
Analogy
Audience
Biography
Autobiography
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
The story of a person's life written by someone other than th…
The story of a person's life written by himself/herself
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
Audience
The person(s) reading or viewing the story
English 10 Honors Things Fall Apart Vocab
Improvident
Kindred (adj.)
Benevolent
Plaintive
not having or showing foresight; spendthrift or thoughtless.
similar in kind; related.
well meaning and kindly.
sounding sad and mournful.
Improvident
not having or showing foresight; spendthrift or thoughtless.
Kindred (adj.)
similar in kind; related.
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Honors English 9 Vocabulary (Fall) : List #10
Cryptic
Curtail
Emit
Eventuate
(adj.) hidden; secret; occult; having a hidden or ambiguous m…
(v.) to shorten; to cut off the end or a part of; to lessen
(v.) to send forth; to throw or give out; to let fly; to disc…
(v.) to happen in the end; to result in
Cryptic
(adj.) hidden; secret; occult; having a hidden or ambiguous m…
Curtail
(v.) to shorten; to cut off the end or a part of; to lessen
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Unit 10 Roots //Language Arts-Honors Filowitz
PUT
disputatious
impute
putative
to think, consider, or believe
inclined to argue or debate
to attribute
generally supposed; assumed to exist
PUT
to think, consider, or believe
disputatious
inclined to argue or debate
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Literary Terms Honors Language Arts 10
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
A work with two levels of meaning-a literal one and a symboli…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.…
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A point-by-point comparison between two things that are alike…
Allegory
A work with two levels of meaning-a literal one and a symboli…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.…
43 terms
English 10 Honors Fall Final Review
Setting
Point of View
Symbols
Theme
The time and place in which events in a short story, novel, p…
The perspective from which a narrative is told... - First Person…
Any object, person, place, or action that has both a meaning…
The central message of a literary work; the idea an author wi…
Setting
The time and place in which events in a short story, novel, p…
Point of View
The perspective from which a narrative is told... - First Person…
English 10 Honors fall final review
Empirical Evidence
Logical evidence
Anecdotal evidence
Testimonial evidence
Evidence that can be experienced or observed
When a writer uses facts to develop an expository essy to sup…
Descriptive story about an event or experience
Evidence given by an authority or expert.
Empirical Evidence
Evidence that can be experienced or observed
Logical evidence
When a writer uses facts to develop an expository essy to sup…
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