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Honors English 11 Mr.Davies 3rd week vocab
euphemism
stipulate
incongruous
condolence
a less offensive term
to specify a condition
inappropriate
pity
euphemism
a less offensive term
stipulate
to specify a condition
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Mr. Davies Honors English 11 Words 1-20
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
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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
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Set 5 (Davies)
impresario
extortion
adverse
asset
one who presents cultural series, organizer
getting money by threats
unfavorable, harmful
a valuable thing to have
impresario
one who presents cultural series, organizer
extortion
getting money by threats
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary Set 4 (Davies)
implacable
paroxysm
reprehensible
jurisdiction
cannot be pacified, inexorable
a fit, sudden outburst
worthy of blame
power, range of authority
implacable
cannot be pacified, inexorable
paroxysm
a fit, sudden outburst
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Set 5 (Davies)
impresario
extortion
adverse
asset
one who presents cultural series, organizer
getting money by threats
unfavorable, harmful
a valuable thing to have
impresario
one who presents cultural series, organizer
extortion
getting money by threats
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary Set 5 (Davies)
impresario
extortion
adverse
asset
one who presents cultural series, organizer
getting money by threats
unfavorable, harmful
a valuable thing to have
impresario
one who presents cultural series, organizer
extortion
getting money by threats
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Set 6 (Davies)
inundate
fruitless
poignant
garbled
to flood
useless
moving, painful to the feelings
confused, mixed up
inundate
to flood
fruitless
useless
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Mr. Davies Honors English Weeks 5+6
rampant
inane
ethics
concur
going unchecked, widespread
foolish
code of principles
agree
rampant
going unchecked, widespread
inane
foolish
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary Sets 3 & 4 (Davies)
loathe
reprimand
lackluster
caustic
to hate
to show sharp disapproval
dull
sarcastic, biting
loathe
to hate
reprimand
to show sharp disapproval
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Sets 1 and 2 (Davies)
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Sets 3 and 4 (Davies)
rampant
inane
ethics
concur
going unchecked, widespread
foolish
code of principles
agree
rampant
going unchecked, widespread
inane
foolish
Honors English 11 Vocabulary Sets 2 and 3 (Davies)
loathe
reprimand
lackluster
caustic
to hate
to show sharp disapproval
dull
sarcastic, biting
loathe
to hate
reprimand
to show sharp disapproval
Symbolism and architypes list 2 Mrs. Davis English honors 10
the mystery of creation, birth-death-r…
the unconscious, infinity, timelessnes…
flowing of time into eternity, transit…
mystery, depth, unconscious
water
sea
stream/river
lake
the mystery of creation, birth-death-r…
water
the unconscious, infinity, timelessnes…
sea
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Davis Honors English 11 SAT Vocab. (All Past Through Current)
Voracious
Indiscriminate
Eminent
Steeped
Desiring or consuming great quantities
Choosing at random without careful selection
Of high reputation, outstanding
Soaked, drenched, saturated
Voracious
Desiring or consuming great quantities
Indiscriminate
Choosing at random without careful selection
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Mr. Davies Vocab Week 11 & 12
Expunge
Flamboyant
Anathema
Schism
Erase
Showy, colorful
Something greatly detested
Split
Expunge
Erase
Flamboyant
Showy, colorful
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Mrs. Gabbert English 11 Honors Final Review
Expostulate
Simulate
Intercede
Elicit
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
(v.) To make a pretense of, imitate; to show the outer signs…
(v.) to plead on behalf of someone else; to serve as a third…
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
Expostulate
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
Simulate
(v.) To make a pretense of, imitate; to show the outer signs…
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Mrs. Davis English Class
conflict
disrespect
affect
generation
An argument
When you do not respect someone or do not obey
To change an someone or an item in some way.
People who are about the same age.
conflict
An argument
disrespect
When you do not respect someone or do not obey
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Lesson 11-Mrs. Davis
abbreviate
appropriate
exclude
fanciful
to shorten by leaving out certain parts
suitable or right for the purpose
to leave out; to keep from being part of
unrealistic or imaginary; not real
abbreviate
to shorten by leaving out certain parts
appropriate
suitable or right for the purpose
English Mrs. Davis
Simple
Compound
Complex
Antagonize (verb)
a complete thought (or sentence) with one subject and one verb.
two or more independent clauses joined together with a "FANBO…
an independent clause with one or more dependent clauses atta…
to do something to someone that makes them angry, or makes th…
Simple
a complete thought (or sentence) with one subject and one verb.
Compound
two or more independent clauses joined together with a "FANBO…
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Mrs. Edwards Honors English 11 Colonialism
What do we focus on in literature?
Why are the works of certain authors "…
What words are NOT synonymous when tal…
What makes a literary work good?
Era and historical background more than content and useless d…
Authors wrote in their own time periods, not ours. They wrote…
Good and like and bad and dislike
If it fulfilled it's purpose, not if you liked it or not
What do we focus on in literature?
Era and historical background more than content and useless d…
Why are the works of certain authors "…
Authors wrote in their own time periods, not ours. They wrote…
English Mrs. Davie
Amicably
Gambol
Garrulous
oscillate
In a friendly manner
to skip or leap about in play
talkative
to swing back and forth
Amicably
In a friendly manner
Gambol
to skip or leap about in play
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English II Mrs. Davis
percussion
perennial
permeate
persevere
The sharp striking of one thing against another; 2. Instrumen…
adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time; 2. Continuing…
tr. v. To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.
intr. v. To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps…
percussion
The sharp striking of one thing against another; 2. Instrumen…
perennial
adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time; 2. Continuing…
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Vocab 11 - Honors English 2 - Mr. Brown
allude
clairvoyant
conclusive
disreputable
(v.) - to make an indirect reference... SYN: hint, imply, indica…
(adj.) - able to see beyond the range of ordinary perception
(adj.) - showing that something is certainly true... SYN: absolu…
(adj.) - not respected or trusted by most people; having a ba…
allude
(v.) - to make an indirect reference... SYN: hint, imply, indica…
clairvoyant
(adj.) - able to see beyond the range of ordinary perception
English 11 Mrs Davie Trimester 3 Vocab 3
Polyglot
Semantics
Simile
Synecdoche
able to speak or write several languages; multilingual.
Linguistics. the study of meaning.
a figure of speech in which two unlike things are explicitly…
a figure of speech in which a part is used for the whole or t…
Polyglot
able to speak or write several languages; multilingual.
Semantics
Linguistics. the study of meaning.
Honors english 10 vocabulary davis
Contentious
Salient
Bellicose
Austerity
Likely to cause an argument
Noticeable/ very important
Demonstrating the willingness to fight
Severity or manner
Contentious
Likely to cause an argument
Salient
Noticeable/ very important
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English Vocab Mr.Davis.
Acuity
Delineate
Depraved
Enervate
Sharpness
To portray or sketch - describe accurately
Marked by evil and corruption
To weaken
Acuity
Sharpness
Delineate
To portray or sketch - describe accurately
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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
HE11 Mr. Davies Vocab Set 5
Importune
Incontrovertible
Surreptitious
Haven
ask urgently... Although Eddie was not sanguine about his chance…
undeniable... The expert's __________ testimony corroborated the…
stealthy, accomplished by secret... With a __________ movement,…
a place of safety... In inclement weather, our barn is a _______…
Importune
ask urgently... Although Eddie was not sanguine about his chance…
Incontrovertible
undeniable... The expert's __________ testimony corroborated the…
HE11 Mr. Davies Vocab Set 2
loathe
reprimand
lackluster
caustic
to hate... I __________ spinach, but I love other green vegetabl…
to show sharp disapproval... When Ed arrived late, he knew that…
dull... Speaking in a monotone voice, the politician was booed f…
sarcastic, biting... In a __________ article, the drama critic s…
loathe
to hate... I __________ spinach, but I love other green vegetabl…
reprimand
to show sharp disapproval... When Ed arrived late, he knew that…
HE11 Mr. Davies Vocab Set 4
Implacable
Paroxysm
Reprehensible
Jurisdiction
cannot be pacified, inexorable ... The detective was __________…
a fit, sudden outburst ... In a __________ of rage, the tenant s…
worthy of blame... The brash student was forced to apologize for…
power, range of authority... Saying that it was beyond his _____…
Implacable
cannot be pacified, inexorable ... The detective was __________…
Paroxysm
a fit, sudden outburst ... In a __________ of rage, the tenant s…
HE11 Mr. Davies Vocab Review
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities... After skiing, I find t…
choosing at random without careful selection... Modern warfare o…
of high reputation... The __________ author received the Nobel P…
soaked, drenched, saturated... My cousin is so __________ in sch…
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities... After skiing, I find t…
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection... Modern warfare o…
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Semester Final - English Honors 11 - Mrs. Osazuwa
acquisitive
arrogate
banal
belabor
eager to attain and possess material possessions
1. seize and take control without authority and possibly with…
repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
1. beat soundly; attack verbally with harsh criticism... 2. to w…
acquisitive
eager to attain and possess material possessions
arrogate
1. seize and take control without authority and possibly with…
Honors English 11 Mr. Davids 1-15
Voracious
Indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
Voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
Indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
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Davis English III Honors Midterm
Assuage
Expostulate
Innuendo
Intercede
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
(v.) to plead on behalf of someone else; to serve as a third…
Assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
Expostulate
(v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decis…
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Vocabulary Unit 1 Quiz Mrs. Edwards English 11 Honors
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
(Noun) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, prais…
(Verb) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to…
(Noun) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purp…
(Noun) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or perio…
Approbation
(Noun) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, prais…
Assuage
(Verb) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to…
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Mr. Barth- English 11 honors vocab list 11
Inveterate (adj)
Opportune (adj)
Precocious (adj)
Connive (v)
Firmly and long established, unlikely to change
Done or happening at the right time;
Having or showing the qualities or abilities of an adult at a…
To secretly allow something illegal, immoral, or wrong to occur
Inveterate (adj)
Firmly and long established, unlikely to change
Opportune (adj)
Done or happening at the right time;
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Mr.Davis world history honors ch. 5
Geocentric theory
Scientific revolution
Heliocentric theory
Galileo galilei
The idea that the earth was the center of the universe
New way of thinking about the natural world
The idea that the sun was in the center of the universe
Built on the new theories about astronomy. Built his own tele…
Geocentric theory
The idea that the earth was the center of the universe
Scientific revolution
New way of thinking about the natural world
Mrs. Brady English 9 Honors Vocab Week 11
acquiesce
allude
constitute
contrive
to consent, agree passively
to refer to or mention casually
to form or make up
to plot, scheme, devise a way
acquiesce
to consent, agree passively
allude
to refer to or mention casually
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DNA and Mitosis - Honors Bio Mrs. Davis
Who were the main scientists who did a…
what is the difference between DNA and…
what are the proteins involved in DNA…
What does helicase do?
Watson, Crick and Franklin
DNA is the original genetic information that never leaves the…
helicase and DNA polymerase
"unzips" the DNA
Who were the main scientists who did a…
Watson, Crick and Franklin
what is the difference between DNA and…
DNA is the original genetic information that never leaves the…
HE11 Mr. Davies Vocab Set 1
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities... After skiing, I find t…
choosing at random without careful selection... Modern warfare o…
of high reputation... The __________ author received the Nobel P…
soaked, drenched, saturated... My cousin is so __________ in sch…
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities... After skiing, I find t…
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection... Modern warfare o…
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English Honors 11 Vocabulary
Pathos
Logos
Ethos
Refutation
An appeal to emotion. Pathos arguments may use loaded words t…
An appeal to reason. It occurs when a writer tries to convinc…
Ethos is basically an appeal to credibility. The writer is se…
To prove wrong by argument or evidence
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. Pathos arguments may use loaded words t…
Logos
An appeal to reason. It occurs when a writer tries to convinc…
English 11 Honors Walden by Henry David Thoreau Vocabulary: Mrs. Lucibello/Mrs. Baker
Resurrection
Influx
Incessant
Self-complacency
Rebirth
Flowing in
Unceasing
Self satisfaction
Resurrection
Rebirth
Influx
Flowing in
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Unit 10 Vocab Unit Mrs White Honors English 11
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
v: to grow or accumulate over time, to happen as a natural re…
n: a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
n: a state of scene of uproar and confusion... synonyms: commot…
adj: hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret, shelters, s…
accrue
v: to grow or accumulate over time, to happen as a natural re…
annotation
n: a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
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Vocab 4 english MRS DAVIS
pompous
disentangle
sully
access
overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively state…
to free from tangles or complications
to soil, stain tarnish,defile, besmirch
approach or admittance to places, persons, things, an increas…
pompous
overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively state…
disentangle
to free from tangles or complications
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Honors English 11 Set #5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
to drape or adorn festively
to honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
cheerful; merry
jocular
characterized by joking
English lit. terms MRS.DAVIS
Allegory
alliteration
Allusion
Anecdote
A literary device in which the writer uses characters to symb…
the repetition of beginning consonant sounds used to create m…
a reference to a well-know person,place, event, character, or…
a brief story about an amusing or unusual event.
Allegory
A literary device in which the writer uses characters to symb…
alliteration
the repetition of beginning consonant sounds used to create m…
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English Literary terms- Mrs. Davis
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonnance
Enjambment
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
The repetition of vowel sounds in non-rhyming stressed syllab…
The repetition of consonant sounds in close proximity.
The continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end…
Alliteration
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Assonance
The repetition of vowel sounds in non-rhyming stressed syllab…
Mrs. Davis English Crucible vocab
Discomfits
Dionysiac
Dissembling
Ecclesiasts
Embarrasses, thwarts
Frenzied, festive and wild
Putting on a false appearance; concealing something
Clergymen
Discomfits
Embarrasses, thwarts
Dionysiac
Frenzied, festive and wild
Vocab English 11-2 Davis
hackneyed
harbinger
heresy
hoax
used too often; commonplace; trite. The story was full of hac…
(n) a forerunner; a precursor; (v) to announce; to herald. Th…
a belief different from accepted beliefs. Joan of Arc, who wa…
a mischievous trick or deception, usually intended to fool th…
hackneyed
used too often; commonplace; trite. The story was full of hac…
harbinger
(n) a forerunner; a precursor; (v) to announce; to herald. Th…
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