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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 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.
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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…
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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 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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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
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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.…
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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 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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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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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.…
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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
...
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Honors english 10 shakespearean language
Aye
Nay
Anon
Go to
Yes
No
Soon
Stop this
Aye
Yes
Nay
No
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Language Arts 10 Honors Vocab #5
Abridge
Allude
Assimilate
Bizarre
To Shorten
To refer indirectly
To absorb into the system; to make like or alike
Odd; Grotesque
Abridge
To Shorten
Allude
To refer indirectly
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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 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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Wolfe - Honors Sophomore Language Arts - Week 10
furtively
prowess
monolithic
introspective
secretly
superior strength or ability
huge
to look into something
furtively
secretly
prowess
superior strength or ability
Honors Language Arts 10 Crucible vocab
pious
sabbath
theology
trifle
devoutly religious
day of rest from work kept by Jews from Friday evening until…
they study of Jesus Christ (the nature f God and religious be…
a thing of little value or importance
pious
devoutly religious
sabbath
day of rest from work kept by Jews from Friday evening until…
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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/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 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
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Honors English 10 language test
Vehemently
Petulantly
Litany
Barter
(Adverb) ... doing something very emotionally and with forceful…
(Adverb) ... Showing sudden impatient irritation... Petulantly(Lati…
(Noun)... A ceremonial form of prayer ... Greeks Latin-to pray
(Verb)... Exchanges (goods/services) for other good or services…
Vehemently
(Adverb) ... doing something very emotionally and with forceful…
Petulantly
(Adverb) ... Showing sudden impatient irritation... Petulantly(Lati…
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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
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
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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
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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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Language Arts English 10 Exam
Exposition
Soliloquy
epigraph
alliteration
A narrative device; The introductory material which gives the…
LITERARY OR DRAMATIC SPEECH BY ONE CHARACTER, NOT ADDRESSED T…
a quotation or aphorism at the beginning of a literary work s…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Exposition
A narrative device; The introductory material which gives the…
Soliloquy
LITERARY OR DRAMATIC SPEECH BY ONE CHARACTER, NOT ADDRESSED T…
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Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 1
Com
Intra
Cent
Ad
Together
Within
One Hundred
To
Com
Together
Intra
Within
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Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 3
Mar
Junct
Luc
Medio
Sea
Join
Light
Middle
Mar
Sea
Junct
Join
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Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 2
Loco
Sur
Alter
Contra
Place
Over
Other
Against
Loco
Place
Sur
Over
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Honors Language Arts 10 - Pacholewski - Vocab Set 2
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
the crime of holding a belief that goes against an establishe…
easy to teach or manage
a drink, especially an alcoholic one
a hated, repellant person or thing OR a formal curse
heresy
the crime of holding a belief that goes against an establishe…
docile
easy to teach or manage
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Honors Language Arts Vocab 10 12/5/16
Idolatry
Ignoble
Imminent
Immolate
worship of idols
not honorable in character or purpose
about to happen
kill or offer as sacrifice, espicaly by burning
Idolatry
worship of idols
Ignoble
not honorable in character or purpose
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Figurative Language Examples (Honors 10)
metaphor
alliteration
anaphora
consonance
"The road was a ribbon of moonlight." - Alfred Noyes
The abundant animals are angry.
"They are masters who instruct us without rod or ferule, with…
Falafel was the only food the fickle family could agree to eat.
metaphor
"The road was a ribbon of moonlight." - Alfred Noyes
alliteration
The abundant animals are angry.
10 terms
Language Arts Honors
Encumbered
Timid
Exiled
Perilous
To be weighed down, can be actual weight or a heavy burden
Nervous or fearful; can also be shy
To be kicked out of your nature land and not allowed to return
Extremely dangerous
Encumbered
To be weighed down, can be actual weight or a heavy burden
Timid
Nervous or fearful; can also be shy
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Honors 10 Language Arts - Pacholewski - Vocab Week 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
Vocabulary 10 English Language Arts
impending
ferret
engross
devise
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
to occupy the complete attention, absorb fully
to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create
impending
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
ferret
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
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English Language Arts List 10
Aggressive
Altruisticc
brutality
chimpanzee
ready or likely to attack or confront
showing concern for the welfare of others; unselfish
savage or physical violence
an intelligent primate related to the great ape
Aggressive
ready or likely to attack or confront
Altruisticc
showing concern for the welfare of others; unselfish
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Figurative Language Vocab (Honors English 10)
Alliteration
Anaphora
Antithesis
Apostrophe
Repetition of an initial consonant sound
Repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of suc…
The juxtaposition of contrasting ideas in balanced phrases
Breaking off discourse to addressing some absent person or th…
Alliteration
Repetition of an initial consonant sound
Anaphora
Repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of suc…
47 terms
English Language Arts 10-1
Metaphor
Similie
Alliteration
Onomatopeia
an implied comparison between dissimilar objects
a direct comparison of dissimilar objects, usually using like…
repetition of the initial consonant sounds of words
use of a word whose sound imitates its meaning
Metaphor
an implied comparison between dissimilar objects
Similie
a direct comparison of dissimilar objects, usually using like…
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LANGUAGE ARTS HONORS
Apartheid
Commodity
Derive
Establishment
System of racial segregation
A product that can be bought or sold
Originate
Ruling class of society
Apartheid
System of racial segregation
Commodity
A product that can be bought or sold
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Honors language arts
Anomaly
Abjure
Equanimity
Estrange
Deviation from the norm
To renounce
Stability, calmness
Alienate
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm
Abjure
To renounce
30 terms
Honors Language arts Vocabulary
mausoleum (noun)
nebulous (adjective)
obstreperous (adjective)
palliate
• definition: a building, especially a large and stately one…
•definition: hazy, vague, in distinct, or confused... •other for…
•definition: noisy, difficult to control... •other forms: obstre…
•definition: to relieve it lessen without cure... •forms: pallia…
mausoleum (noun)
• definition: a building, especially a large and stately one…
nebulous (adjective)
•definition: hazy, vague, in distinct, or confused... •other for…
48 terms
Honors language arts
Bene
Benevolent
Benign
Benefactor
Good
Gorgeous, giving
Harmless
Person who supports
Bene
Good
Benevolent
Gorgeous, giving
12 terms
English 10 Honors
Personification
Alliteration
Imagery
Theme
Figure of speech in which a thing, quality, or idea is repres…
Stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same…
The authors uses of words and phrases to create "mental image…
Base that acts as a foundation for the entire literary piece.…
Personification
Figure of speech in which a thing, quality, or idea is repres…
Alliteration
Stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same…
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