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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby C
Bizarre (adj)
Circumstantial (adj)
Extinguished (v)
Obstinate (adj)
Strange
Not able to be proven
Put out
Stubborn
Bizarre (adj)
Strange
Circumstantial (adj)
Not able to be proven
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Honors English 11 The Great Gatsby A
Epigram (n)
Fractiousness (n)
Discontent (adj)
Coherence (n)
Witty saying
Crabbiness
Unhappy
Making sense
Epigram (n)
Witty saying
Fractiousness (n)
Crabbiness
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Great Gatsby Honors English 11
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
From where did the narrator come and w…
Describe the narrator's house.
Describe the Buchanan's house.
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
Not a very big house and not very fancy. It is surround by ma…
The Buchanan's is a large mansion that has been used from gen…
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
He says that Gatsby has a romantic nature with something gorg…
From where did the narrator come and w…
Nick came from the Mid-West. He just finished serving in WWI…
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Honors English 11 Unit 3 The Great Gatsby
Feign (v)
Conscientious (adj)
Reciprocal (adj)
Wan (adj)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
Mutual; corresponding; matching; equivalent
Of an unnatural or sickly pallor; Black in color
Feign (v)
To imitate deceptively; to believe; to pretend
Conscientious (adj)
Meticulous; careful; painstaking
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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Mar
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
having or showing arrogant superiority
characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to i…
to impair the appearance of; disfigure
Feign
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
Supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority
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The Great Gatsby-English Honors
The first time we see Tom Buchanan occ…
Tom Buchanan is described as...
Who is the first person to bring up Ga…
Daisy claimed that she had a family se…
Tom is standing on the front porch and is wearing riding clot…
a sturdy straw-haired man of thirty whose imposing physical s…
Jordan
the butler's nose
The first time we see Tom Buchanan occ…
Tom is standing on the front porch and is wearing riding clot…
Tom Buchanan is described as...
a sturdy straw-haired man of thirty whose imposing physical s…
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Honors English 11 Great Gatsby B
Generalities (n)
Sporadic (adj)
Sinister (adj)
Languidly (adv)
Indefinite
Occasionally
Threatening
Lazy
Generalities (n)
Indefinite
Sporadic (adj)
Occasionally
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Mrs. Maloney's Honors English Lesson 11
Catastrophe (n)
Stigma (n)
Acme (n)
Metamorphosis (n)
a sudden and widespread disaster
a mark of disgrace
peak
a complete change of form, as by magic
Catastrophe (n)
a sudden and widespread disaster
Stigma (n)
a mark of disgrace
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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Marred
v to pretend
adj showing superiority
adj attract notice
adj disfigure
Feign
v to pretend
Supercilious
adj showing superiority
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Honors English 11 Mid-Term Study Guide: The Great Gatsby Character Relationship to Gatsby and Discussion Questions
Dan Cody
George Wilson
Jordan Baker
Nick Carraway
a. mentor... b. sculpted Gatsby; taught how to be and how to act…
a. shot Gatsby... b. the closer; helped bring the novel to an en…
a. Gatsby's messenger to Nick... b. tells Nick the entire story…
a. neighbor turns to only friend... b. narrator... c. unstable abou…
Dan Cody
a. mentor... b. sculpted Gatsby; taught how to be and how to act…
George Wilson
a. shot Gatsby... b. the closer; helped bring the novel to an en…
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English 11 The Great Gatsby
Feign
Reproach
Supercilious
Fractious
To put on a show; pretend; to make-up; invent: verb
To find fault with; blame: verb
Displaying arrogant pride; scorn: adjective
Irritable; unruly: adjective
Feign
To put on a show; pretend; to make-up; invent: verb
Reproach
To find fault with; blame: verb
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Honors Sophomore English The Great Gatsby 1
levity
reproach
supercilious
fractious
humor or frivolity
to criticize or criticism
arrogant, haughty
irritabile, quarrelsome
levity
humor or frivolity
reproach
to criticize or criticism
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Honors Sophomore English The Great Gatsby 2
laudable
insidious
ineffable
oblivious
praiseworthy
treacherous, seductive
incapable of being expressed in words
lacking memory or mindful action
laudable
praiseworthy
insidious
treacherous, seductive
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Honors Language 11 Vocabulary Terms The Great Gatsby
feigned
bizarre
bantering (v.)
complacency (n.)
pretended to be effected by; faked
strange
good humored chattering (joking way)... Ex: The two, who are clo…
feeling pride/satisfaction for self/self achievements... Ex: I a…
feigned
pretended to be effected by; faked
bizarre
strange
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Chapter 8 Vocab: Honors English-The Great Gatsby
Incessant
Humidor
Indiscernible
Redolent
Continuing without interuption
Container or storage room for cigars
Can't be seen or perceived cleary
Odorous or smelling
Incessant
Continuing without interuption
Humidor
Container or storage room for cigars
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Honors English III - Vocab 9 The Great Gatsby
Levity
Wistful
Supercilious
Fractious
(n.)-A lack of seriousness or earnestness
(adj.)-Full of yearning or longing
(adj.)-Proud and contemptuous
(adj.)-Tending to be troublesome or unruly
Levity
(n.)-A lack of seriousness or earnestness
Wistful
(adj.)-Full of yearning or longing
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English II Honors - The Great Gatsby unit 1
Privy
Feigned
Revelation
Elation
Knowledge of something secretive
Pretended
Something disclosed
Joy or pride
Privy
Knowledge of something secretive
Feigned
Pretended
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honors english "the great gatsby" vocab 1
transcendent
incessant
cynical
superfluous
(adjective) going beyond the limits of ordinary experience; f…
(adjective) continuing without stopping: not stopping
(adjective) believing that people are generally selfish and d…
(adjective) beyond what is needed: not necessary
transcendent
(adjective) going beyond the limits of ordinary experience; f…
incessant
(adjective) continuing without stopping: not stopping
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Chapter 7 Vocab: Honors English-The Great Gatsby
Caravansary
Harrowing
Affront
Bona fide
An inn or large hotel
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
An offense to ones dignity or self respect
Made, done, presented in good faith; authentic
Caravansary
An inn or large hotel
Harrowing
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
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Chapter 9 Vocab: Honors English- The Great Gatsby
Adventitious
Pasquinade
Surmise
Solidarity
associated with something by chance rather than as an integra…
a satire or lampoon, especially one posted in a public place.
to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; conject…
community of feelings, purposes, etc.
Adventitious
associated with something by chance rather than as an integra…
Pasquinade
a satire or lampoon, especially one posted in a public place.
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Great Gatsby Vocab Honors 11
Ambiguous
Complacent
Contemptuous
Erroneous
open to more than one interpretation; unclear
pleased with oneself, often without awareness of some potenti…
showing or expressing contempt or disdain
containing error; mistake
Ambiguous
open to more than one interpretation; unclear
Complacent
pleased with oneself, often without awareness of some potenti…
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The Great Gatsby Vocab List #1 (English 10 Honors)
feign (v)
fractiousness (n)
complacency (n)... complacent (adj)
contiguous (adj)
to pretend or represent falsely
irritability;prone to quarreling; tending to be troublesome;…
self-satisfaction epspecially when accompanied by unawareness…
sharing an edge or boundary; neighboring; adjacent
feign (v)
to pretend or represent falsely
fractiousness (n)
irritability;prone to quarreling; tending to be troublesome;…
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English Honors: The Great Gatsby Vocab Set #2
Laudable (Adj.)
Insidious (Adj.)
Repose (N)
Ingratiate (V)
deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
intended to entrap or trick.
peace; tranquillity; calm.
to establish (oneself) in the favor or ... good graces of others…
Laudable (Adj.)
deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
Insidious (Adj.)
intended to entrap or trick.
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English II Honors - The Great Gatsby unit 2
Poignant
Subterfuge
Insolent
Punctilious
Evoking sadness or regret
Deceit used to achieve one's goals
Showing a lack of respect
Showing great attention to detail
Poignant
Evoking sadness or regret
Subterfuge
Deceit used to achieve one's goals
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Honors English Great Gatsby Vocab
Fractious
Incredulous
Languid
Accentuate
Adj. irritable, quarrelsome
Adj. unbelieving, incredible
Adj. un energetic, lazy
V. To put emphasis on, highlight
Fractious
Adj. irritable, quarrelsome
Incredulous
Adj. unbelieving, incredible
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Mr. Davies Honors English 11 Great Gatsby Themes and Symbols
the meaning of "The American Dream"
innocence and corruption of human lives
barriers created by economic and socia…
the pursuit of an ideal
Theme #1
Theme #2
Theme #3
Theme #4
the meaning of "The American Dream"
Theme #1
innocence and corruption of human lives
Theme #2
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Honors English Great Gatsby Quotes
owl eyes
george wilson
wolfsheim
tom
"Ive been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
"God knows what youve been doing, you may fool me, but you ca…
"let us learn to show friendship for a man when he is alive a…
"civiliations going to pieces.. its up to us, who are the dom…
owl eyes
"Ive been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
george wilson
"God knows what youve been doing, you may fool me, but you ca…
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English 11: Great Gatsby
Gaudy
Permeate
Innuendo
Vehemently
adj. brilliantly or excessively showy
v. to pass into or through every part of
n. a direct intimation about a person or thing-generally in a…
adj. zealous/ excited/passionate
Gaudy
adj. brilliantly or excessively showy
Permeate
v. to pass into or through every part of
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Gatsby Vocab Unit One Honors English 11
Complacent
Corpulent
Deft
Impetuous
often without awareness of some potential danger or defect: s…
Large or bulky of body
nimble; skillful; clever
characterized by sudden or rash action, emotion, etc; impulsive
Complacent
often without awareness of some potential danger or defect: s…
Corpulent
Large or bulky of body
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ENGLISH 11: The Great Gatsby VOCAB
incredulously
supercilious
incessant
strident
(adv) skeptically
(adj) arrogant
(adj) constant
(adj) harsh
incredulously
(adv) skeptically
supercilious
(adj) arrogant
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The Great Gatsby English 11 Vocab
affront
apathetic
discordant
extemporize
deliberate act or display of disrespect
showing little emotion
conflicting;tension felt between people
to sing or play an instrument(performance w/o preparing)
affront
deliberate act or display of disrespect
apathetic
showing little emotion
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English 11: The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
languid
feigned
levity
supercilious
inactive, sluggish
pretended
lack of seriousness
haughtiness in bearing and attitude, arrogance
languid
inactive, sluggish
feigned
pretended
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English 11: The Great Gatsby Vocab
Feigned
Levity
Debauchery
Supercilious
To pretend
Humor or frivolity
Excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
Feigned
To pretend
Levity
Humor or frivolity
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English 11 Vocabulary : The Great Gatsby
Feign
Levity
Extemporize
Sumptuous
(verb) To pretend to be affected by... (adjective) feigned
(noun) humor especially in a manner lacking respect
(verb) compose, perform, or produce something
(adjective) splendid and expensive-looking... (noun) sumptuosit…
Feign
(verb) To pretend to be affected by... (adjective) feigned
Levity
(noun) humor especially in a manner lacking respect
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
Owl eyes
Wilson
Wolfshiem
Tom Buchanan
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
"let us learn to show friendship for a man when he is alive a…
"Civilization's going to pieces... It's up to us, who are the…
Owl eyes
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
Wilson
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
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English 11 Great Gatsby
Defunct
Obstinate
Vestige
Colossal
No longer existing or fiction disused,unused,obselete
Stubbornly refusing one's opinion , infelexible, stubborn
A trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exist…
Extremely large huge massive, enourmas
Defunct
No longer existing or fiction disused,unused,obselete
Obstinate
Stubbornly refusing one's opinion , infelexible, stubborn
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English 11: Great Gatsby
Asunder
Ceaseless
Colossal
Complacent
(adv) apart , into pieces
(adj) without stopping or pausing; unending
(adj) great in size, very very big
(adj) self-satisfied
Asunder
(adv) apart , into pieces
Ceaseless
(adj) without stopping or pausing; unending
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The Great Gatsby (English 11- Cousino)
Punctilious
Disconcerting
Evasion
Insignia
Careful/perfectionist
Disturbing/alarming
Avoidance
Badge/crest
Punctilious
Careful/perfectionist
Disconcerting
Disturbing/alarming
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The Great Gatsby Review (English 11)
Nick Carraway's social class?
how does Nick see Gatsby?
Nick = from which college? hometown? i…
what is the significance of Nick havin…
old rich
he withholds judgment against Gatsby, G fell prey to "foul du…
Yale, Minnesota, bond salesman
he = old money, bridging the gap btwn old and new money
Nick Carraway's social class?
old rich
how does Nick see Gatsby?
he withholds judgment against Gatsby, G fell prey to "foul du…
Honors Sophomore English-The Great Gatsby Vocab List #2
laudable
insidious
ineffable
oblivious
Deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
defying expression or description
(adj.) forgetful; unaware
laudable
Deserving praise; praiseworthy; commendable
insidious
(adj.) intended to deceive or entrap; sly, treacherous
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The Great Gatsby Chapters 6 and 7 English 11 Burney
Laudable
Insidious
Meretricious
Ineffable
Worthy of praise
Dangerous or treacherous
Based on deception or pretense
Inexpressible or unable to express
Laudable
Worthy of praise
Insidious
Dangerous or treacherous
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The Great Gatsby chapters 3 and 4 vocabulary Burney English 11
Cataracts
Omnibus
Fortnight
Innuendo
Clouding of the eye
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
Two weeks | fourteen days
Indirect or subtle statement/ hidden meaning
Cataracts
Clouding of the eye
Omnibus
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
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Honors English III Semester 2 Exam The Great Gatsby
He's Gatsby's neighbor
She is Nick's love interest
Tom Buchanan went to school here
He is Jay Gatsby's father
Nick Carraway
Jordan Baker
Yale
Henry Gatz
He's Gatsby's neighbor
Nick Carraway
She is Nick's love interest
Jordan Baker
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Honors English III-- Vocab List-- The Great Gatsby(1)
Plagiaristic
Unaffected
Supercilious
Fractious
Adj.- Of or relating to Duplicating another writers language…
Adj.- of a person without artificiality or insincerity
Adj.- behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superio…
Adj.- grouchy;irritable and quarrelsome
Plagiaristic
Adj.- Of or relating to Duplicating another writers language…
Unaffected
Adj.- of a person without artificiality or insincerity
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The great gatsby vocabulary chapter 1 honors English-Mrs.valentine
Vulnerable
Privy
Levity
Elation
Susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm
Sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private)
Humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious mat…
Great happiness and exhilaration
Vulnerable
Susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm
Privy
Sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private)
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The Great Gatsby Study Guide (Ms. Cardella's English 3 Honors)
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
From where did the narrator come and w…
Describe the narrator's house.
Describe the Buchanans' house.
"...It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readine…
"Instead of being the warm center of the world, the Middle We…
"He found the house, a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow at e…
"Their house was even more elaborate that I expected, a cheer…
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
"...It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readine…
From where did the narrator come and w…
"Instead of being the warm center of the world, the Middle We…
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Honors English: Great Gatsby Vocabulary PART 2
turgid
debauchee
dilatory
rancor
overblown, inflated, or pompous
a man who leads a life of reckless drinking, promiscuity, and…
tending or inclined to delay or waste time
malicious resentfulness or hostility, spite
turgid
overblown, inflated, or pompous
debauchee
a man who leads a life of reckless drinking, promiscuity, and…
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Honors English MIDTERM (vocabulary, The Great Gatsby, and literary terms)
acquisitive
banal
belabor
carping
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
hackneyed, trite, commonplace
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
tending to find fault, especially in a petty, nasty, or hairs…
acquisitive
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
banal
hackneyed, trite, commonplace
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Honors English 10- The Great Gatsby: Chapters 1-5
Anadiplosis
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Climax
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
Inversion of the natural or usual word order.... "Chocolate does…
An arrangement of words, clauses sentences in order of increa…
Anadiplosis
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
Anaphora
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
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Honors English 3 Great Gatsby Vocab
teutonic
epigram
supercilious
fractiousness
(adj.) Of or pertaining to the Teutons; German, esp. High Ger…
(n.) 1. An inscription, usually in verse... 2. A short poem endi…
(adj.) Of a person, or his or her character, expression, deme…
(n. from the adj. fractious) Refractory, unruly; now chiefly,…
teutonic
(adj.) Of or pertaining to the Teutons; German, esp. High Ger…
epigram
(n.) 1. An inscription, usually in verse... 2. A short poem endi…
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