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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…
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English 9 Honors Vocabulary 11
brevity
comport
concise
demure
(n.) shortness; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
(adj.) expressing much in a few words
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest
brevity
(n.) shortness; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
comport
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
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Honors English 11: Vocabulary List #1
Discomfit
Edification
Malfeasance
Feasible
to embarrass and confuse
improvement or enlightenment
misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
capable of being accomplished
Discomfit
to embarrass and confuse
Edification
improvement or enlightenment
Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Pervade
Emigrant
Profusion
Coincide
to be present throughout
leaves home country to live somewhere else
an abundance of something
happen simultaneously/ go with, fall together
Pervade
to be present throughout
Emigrant
leaves home country to live somewhere else
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Abhor
Bigot
Enfranchise
Hamper
Hate
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
To give voting rights
To hinder or obstruct
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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Honors English, Vocabulary List 11
Nebulous
Nefarious
Neophyte
Nurture
vague, indistinct
extremely wicked
beginner; convert
to feed; to bring up
Nebulous
vague, indistinct
Nefarious
extremely wicked
Honors English Vocabulary 11
Bibulous
Precocious
Quixotic
Scrutinize
Fond pf drinking
Showing more ability than usual; gifted
Idealistic; impractical
To inspect; Examine closely
Bibulous
Fond pf drinking
Precocious
Showing more ability than usual; gifted
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Honors English- Vocabulary # 11
Innocuous
Repeal
Indelible
Temper
Not harmful; not likely to offend
to revoke or withdraw formally or officially
Something that cannot be eliminated, forgotten, or changed
To add material or metals to make harder
Innocuous
Not harmful; not likely to offend
Repeal
to revoke or withdraw formally or officially
English 11 Honors Vocabulary 11
Elixer
Desiccated
Cessation
Kinetic
supposed remedy for all ailments; medicine
dried up; dehydrated
a stopping; a discontinuance
characterized by motion; active
Elixer
supposed remedy for all ailments; medicine
Desiccated
dried up; dehydrated
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary 11
Denizen
Contingent
Foist
Corroborate
One who frequents a place
A representative group forming part of a larger body
To impose by fraud
To confirm, make more certain
Denizen
One who frequents a place
Contingent
A representative group forming part of a larger body
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Honors English Vocabulary #11
cartel
accede
obstreperous
magnanimous
an association of businesses in an international monopoly
to assent; agree
noisy or unruly, especially in resisting
generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettin…
cartel
an association of businesses in an international monopoly
accede
to assent; agree
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English Vocabulary (English 11 honors)
approbation
approbation
approbation
assuage
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
SYNONYMS: sanction
ANTONYMS: disapproval, condemnation, censure
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
approbation
SYNONYMS: sanction
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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 11 Honors Vocabulary
Exonerate
Prudent
Opportunist
Cursory
To clear from blame
Shrewd in handling practical matters; showing wisdom
An individual who sacrifices principles for expediency by tak…
Hastily done
Exonerate
To clear from blame
Prudent
Shrewd in handling practical matters; showing wisdom
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary
*Mal (maul)
Malleable
Maul
Mallet
=Hammer
(ADJ)= Able to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shap…
(Verb)= Wound (a person or animal) by scratching and tearing.…
(Noun)= A hammer with a large wooden head used for hitting a…
*Mal (maul)
=Hammer
Malleable
(ADJ)= Able to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shap…
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Honors English 11 ~ Vocabulary
Atone
Devoid
Replete
Mammoth
to make amends
entirely without; lacking
full or supplied to the utmost; gorge
huge; gigantic
Atone
to make amends
Devoid
entirely without; lacking
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Atone
Devoid
Replete
Mammoth
To make amends
Entirely without; lacking
Full or supplied to the utmost; gorge
Huge; gigantic
Atone
To make amends
Devoid
Entirely without; lacking
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Honors English 11 - Vocabulary
abrogation (noun)
abyss (noun)
adamant (adj)
ameliorate (verb)
the act or an instance of, or repealing
a deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity; vast chasm
too hard to cut, break, or pierce
to make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory…
abrogation (noun)
the act or an instance of, or repealing
abyss (noun)
a deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity; vast chasm
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English Honors 11 Vocabulary
Abate
Abdicate
Aberration
Abstain
V.... The become less in amount or intensity
V.... To leave the position of being a King or Queen
N.... A state or condition markedly different from the norm
V.... To refrain from consumption of
Abate
V.... The become less in amount or intensity
Abdicate
V.... To leave the position of being a King or Queen
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary
machination
macroscopic
maelstrom
malapropism
an evil design or plan
visible to the naked eye
whirlpool, turbulence
a word humorously misused
machination
an evil design or plan
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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Vocabulary: English 11 Honors
Cavort
Credence
Decry
Dissemble
Skipping around
Belief
Express strong disapproval
To hide; give a false impression
Cavort
Skipping around
Credence
Belief
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Abhor
Bigot
Enfranchise
Hamper
Hate
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
To give voting rights
To hinder or obstruct
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
A narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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Honors English Vocabulary 11
Austere
Corpulent
Derisive
Effeminate
adjective... severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance
adjective... (of a person) fat.
adjective... expressing contempt or ridicule
adjective... (of a man) having or showing characteristics regard…
Austere
adjective... severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance
Corpulent
adjective... (of a person) fat.
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Honors English Vocabulary 11
Achilles' Heel
Stentorian
Mnemonic
Fathom
Weakness
Loud
Assisting memory
To understand. Unit of measurement of water.
Achilles' Heel
Weakness
Stentorian
Loud
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
bio
logy
auto
phone
life
study, science of
self
sound
bio
life
logy
study, science of
Honors English 11 Vocabulary
laudable
meretricious
insidious
fortultous
worthy of being praised; admirable
alluring by false, showy charms; attractive in a flashy way
characterized by slyness; more dangerous than seems evident
happening by chance or good luck
laudable
worthy of being praised; admirable
meretricious
alluring by false, showy charms; attractive in a flashy way
Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Gregarious
Nefarious
Officious
Prevaricator
A. Outgoing, very social, likng to be with others
A. Evil, wicked, criminal
A. Annoyingly helpful
N. A liar
Gregarious
A. Outgoing, very social, likng to be with others
Nefarious
A. Evil, wicked, criminal
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Honors English 11 Vocabulary
bio
logy
auto
phone
life
study, science of
self
sound
bio
life
logy
study, science of
Honors English 11 Vocabulary
Abstruse
Accrue
Benign
Prevarication
difficult to understand
to accumulate
Kind, humble, mild mannered
to lie, deceitful
Abstruse
difficult to understand
Accrue
to accumulate
106 terms
Honors English 11 Vocabulary
bio
logy
auto
phone
life
study, science of
self
sound
bio
life
logy
study, science of
15 terms
Honors English Vocabulary 11
Adverse
Conjecture
Endearment
Fluctuate
(Adjective) Preventing success or development;Harmful,Unfavor…
(Noun) An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomp…
(Noun) a word or phrase expression love or affection... Synonym:…
(Verb) Shift back and forth; change continually ... Synonyms: Os…
Adverse
(Adjective) Preventing success or development;Harmful,Unfavor…
Conjecture
(Noun) An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomp…
English vocabulary #11 Honors
Recalcitrant
Coax
Solidify
Reconcile
Resisting authority or control; Hard to deal with, manage or…
To persuade by pleading or flattery.
To make solid; hard; strong or united
To settle or resolve
Recalcitrant
Resisting authority or control; Hard to deal with, manage or…
Coax
To persuade by pleading or flattery.
English 11 Honors vocabulary
acerbic
antipathy
approbation
blandish
adj bitter
noun strong hatred
noun warm approval and greeting
verb coax through flattery
acerbic
adj bitter
antipathy
noun strong hatred
English 11 honors vocabulary
Redolent
Bilious
Desiccated
Auspicious
Strongly reminiscent or suggestive of something. (Ex. The chu…
Affected or associated with nausea or vomiting.
The removal of moisture from something to preserve it.
Conductive to success, favorable
Redolent
Strongly reminiscent or suggestive of something. (Ex. The chu…
Bilious
Affected or associated with nausea or vomiting.
Honors English 11: Vocabulary
Pensive
Resolute
Iniquity
Ostentatious
ADJ; Deep in thought.... The young man appeared pensive as he c…
ADJ; Determined.... Resolute in her plan to lead a healthier li…
NOUN; Wickedness, evil.... The iniquity of the man's crimes sho…
ADJ; Intentionally attracting attention.... NEver one to blend…
Pensive
ADJ; Deep in thought.... The young man appeared pensive as he c…
Resolute
ADJ; Determined.... Resolute in her plan to lead a healthier li…
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English Honors Vocabulary #11
Ascertain: (v)
Prevail: (v)
Implication: (n)
Pervasive: (adj)
Learn with certainty or assurance; determine
To be widespread or current; exist everywhere or generally
Something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or…
Spread throughout
Ascertain: (v)
Learn with certainty or assurance; determine
Prevail: (v)
To be widespread or current; exist everywhere or generally
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English 11 and Honors English Final Exam Vocabulary
Sycophant
Miserly
Motley
Fastidious
a person who gains an advantage by flattering powerful or inf…
being unwilling or showing unwillingness to share with others…
a diverse and poorly organized group; a group made of very di…
excessively particular, critical, or demanding about accuracy…
Sycophant
a person who gains an advantage by flattering powerful or inf…
Miserly
being unwilling or showing unwillingness to share with others…
Honors English-vocabulary #11
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
(adj.)glaringly bad; outrageous; offensive; shameless; brazen.
(n.)a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.
(n.)one sent on a special mission to represent others; agent;…
(adj.)having similar origin, nature, or character; homogeneous.
flagrant
(adj.)glaringly bad; outrageous; offensive; shameless; brazen.
patrician
(n.)a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.
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English vocabulary 11 honors
syntax
denotation
connotation
diction
The way in which linguistic elements (words and phrases) are…
the dictionary definition of a word
The idea or feeling associated with a word beyond its literal…
The author's choice of words.
syntax
The way in which linguistic elements (words and phrases) are…
denotation
the dictionary definition of a word
18 terms
Honors English 11 Literary Terms
paraphrase
stanza
speaker
imagery
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
a group of lines in a poem
the narrative voice in a literary work who speaks of his or h…
words that appeal to a reader's five senses
paraphrase
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
stanza
a group of lines in a poem
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary
Dissipate
Listless
Sharecropper
Scuttle
Scatter, disperse
Limp, lacking energy, languid
A poor farmer who pays a portion of his crop as rent
Scurry, scamper
Dissipate
Scatter, disperse
Listless
Limp, lacking energy, languid
English 11 Honors Vocabulary #11
Allude
Clairvoyant
Conclusive
Disreputable
V. To refer to
Adj. supernaturally perceptive
Adj. final; settles the issue
Adj. not respectable, not esteemed
Allude
V. To refer to
Clairvoyant
Adj. supernaturally perceptive
Honors 11 English vocabulary 11
Accure
Annotation
Bediam
Covert
Verb ... To grow or accumulate
Noun... Explanation or note
Noun... Uproar or confusion
Adj ... Undercover secret
Accure
Verb ... To grow or accumulate
Annotation
Noun... Explanation or note
English 11 Honors Vocabulary #6
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
To yield to; to give in to
To wave or flourish in a threatening fashion
To include or contain; to be made up of
Skillful, nimble
Accede
To yield to; to give in to
Brandish
To wave or flourish in a threatening fashion
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary 1A
Abstruse
Adroit
Arcane
Circumspect
Difficult to understand
Dexterous; deft
Known or understood by only a few
Careful; prudent; discreet
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
Adroit
Dexterous; deft
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary 10
collate
foment
abet
encumber
to arrange in order from some specific purpose
to promote trouble or rebellion
to encourage
to weigh down or burden
collate
to arrange in order from some specific purpose
foment
to promote trouble or rebellion
English 11 Honors Vocabulary #12
Abjure
Acrid
August
Callous
V. To renounce, to take back what you said; to avoid or shun
Adj. harsh in taste or odor, pungent; sharp in manner or temper
Adj. majestic; inspiring admiration and respect
Adj. unfeeling; emotionally hardened
Abjure
V. To renounce, to take back what you said; to avoid or shun
Acrid
Adj. harsh in taste or odor, pungent; sharp in manner or temper
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English 11 Honors- Vocabulary 9
Immiscible liquid
Immoblie expression
Immutable law
Indictable offense
Unmixable solution... Homogeneous solution
Fixed look... Nonmoving saying
Unalterable legislation
Punishable crime
Immiscible liquid
Unmixable solution... Homogeneous solution
Immoblie expression
Fixed look... Nonmoving saying
English 11 Honors Vocabulary 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
skillful, clever
large enough to see with the naked eye
foolish, silly, dopey
relating to cows
Adroit
skillful, clever
Macroscopic
large enough to see with the naked eye
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English 11 Honors Vocabulary 11.2
arrogate
banal
carping
cavort
to claim or take without right
obvious; dull
finding fault in a petty or nasty way; nit-picking
to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
arrogate
to claim or take without right
banal
obvious; dull
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