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Honors English: "The Scarlet Letter" 2
albeit
austerity
avowal
commodious
although
strict, stern, thriftiness, simplistic
frank, open, honest statement/admission
roomy, comfortable, convenient spacious
albeit
although
austerity
strict, stern, thriftiness, simplistic
Honors Sophomore English- The Scarlet Letter Vocab #2
albeit
austerity
avowal
commodious
(conj.) although; even though
(n.) sternness; severity; back of luxuries
(n.) a truthful admission, acknowledgement
(adj.) roomy, spacious
albeit
(conj.) although; even though
austerity
(n.) sternness; severity; back of luxuries
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Honors English The Scarlet Letter
what two things are alloted for a new…
who slowly and calmly raised their fin…
who is the misshapen scholar
what gave hester knowledge of hidden sin
prison and cemetary
chillingworth
chillingworth
scarlet letter
what two things are alloted for a new…
prison and cemetary
who slowly and calmly raised their fin…
chillingworth
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English 11 honors Scarlet letter Vocabulary unit 2
Caprice
Celestial
Diabolical
Egotism
Inclination to change one's mind impulsively
Of or pertaining to the skies or the heavens; suggestive of h…
Publish, daemonic, wicked
Self - centeredness, vanity, conceit
Caprice
Inclination to change one's mind impulsively
Celestial
Of or pertaining to the skies or the heavens; suggestive of h…
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Honors Sophomore English: Scarlet Letter Vocab 2
Albeit
austerity
avowal
commodious
conj; although
noun; sternness or severity of manner or attitude
noun; an open statement of affirmation
adj; roomy and comfortable
Albeit
conj; although
austerity
noun; sternness or severity of manner or attitude
The Scarlet Letter vocab Set 2- Honors English 11
benign
insurmountable
obviated
err
(adj) kind and gentle disposition
(adj) incapable of being overcome
(V) to anticipate and prevent or eliminate by effective measu…
(v) to make a mistake or to sin
benign
(adj) kind and gentle disposition
insurmountable
(adj) incapable of being overcome
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Scarlet Letter Honors English
Ignominy
Pillory
Gossips
Pathos
Personal humiliation or disgrace
Stockade
Puritan name for women
A quality that causes people to feel sympathy and sadness
Ignominy
Personal humiliation or disgrace
Pillory
Stockade
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Junior Honors English - The Scarlet Letter Vocab
Decorous
Old Ticonderoga
three-score/four-score
Gourmandism
marked by propriety and good taste
a village in NE New York, on Lake Champlain: site of French f…
score means 20. The number in front is that number times 20.…
eating and drinking too much; loving to eat and drink
Decorous
marked by propriety and good taste
Old Ticonderoga
a village in NE New York, on Lake Champlain: site of French f…
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Honors English 11 - Vocabulary 6 - The Scarlet Letter (Set 2)
Chasm
Precocious
Scintillating
Prattle
Major division, separation, or difference between two people,…
Of a child; having or showing the qualities or abilities of a…
Very clever, amusing, and interesting
To talk for very long about something that is not important o…
Chasm
Major division, separation, or difference between two people,…
Precocious
Of a child; having or showing the qualities or abilities of a…
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Honors English II CBHS The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
Mien
Plebian
Sagacity
Antipathy
Appearance, air or attitude
Common, unrefined
Wisdom
Hatred
Mien
Appearance, air or attitude
Plebian
Common, unrefined
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English 11 Honors The Scarlet Letter Vocab Set 2
Languidly
Swarthy
Progressive
Berth
slowly, licitly (adverb)
of dark skin complexion (Adj.)
favoring or advocating progress, change, improvement, or refo…
a shelf-like place on a ship, airplane, or railroad car (noun)
Languidly
slowly, licitly (adverb)
Swarthy
of dark skin complexion (Adj.)
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Honors Sophomore English: The Scarlet Letter Vocab II
Acrid
Albeit
Apotheosis
Asperity
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
(conjunctive adverb) Although, even though, not withstanding
(noun) elevation to divine status; the perfect example of som…
(noun) Rigor, severity; harshness or sharpness of tone; rough…
Acrid
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
Albeit
(conjunctive adverb) Although, even though, not withstanding
Honors Sophomore English- The Scarlet Letter Vocab #3
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v. ) to contradict; give a false impressio
Aesthetic
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
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Honors Sophomore English: The Scarlet Letter Vocab III
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
Concerning the appreciation of beauty or good taste, pertaini…
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v.) To give a false impression of; to contradict
Aesthetic
Concerning the appreciation of beauty or good taste, pertaini…
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
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Honors Sophomore English - The Scarlet Letter Vocab I
Inauspicious
Alchemy
Inclement
Arduous
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the futu…
(noun) medieval chemical philosophy based on changing metal i…
(adj.) stormy, harsh; severe in attitude or action
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
Inauspicious
(adj.) unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the futu…
Alchemy
(noun) medieval chemical philosophy based on changing metal i…
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English 11 Honor: Scarlet Letter Vocab #2
dissolute
languor
jocularity
posterity
immoral
lack of interest or spirit; indifference and sluggishness
humor
descendents
dissolute
immoral
languor
lack of interest or spirit; indifference and sluggishness
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English Honors - The Scarlet Letter - Set II Vocab
expiation [noun]
replete [adjective]
zenith [noun]
zealously [adverb]
the act of making amends or reparation for guilt or wrongdoin…
filled or well-supplied with something
the highest point reached by a celestial or other object
great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an object…
expiation [noun]
the act of making amends or reparation for guilt or wrongdoin…
replete [adjective]
filled or well-supplied with something
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English 11 Honor: Scarlet Letter Vocab #2
dissolute
languor
jocularity
posterity
immoral
lack of interest or spirit; indifference and sluggishness
humor
descendents
dissolute
immoral
languor
lack of interest or spirit; indifference and sluggishness
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English 11 Honors THE SCARLET LETTER VOCAB
Allot
Congenial
Edifice
Inauspicious
To divide or distribute in shares
Pleasant, friendly
Building
Not prosperous or promising
Allot
To divide or distribute in shares
Congenial
Pleasant, friendly
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English 3 Honors: The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
abash
amenable
ascetic
assimilate
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
(adj.) Relating to or having a strict and simple way of livin…
(v.) Take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand…
abash
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
amenable
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
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English III Honors The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
Heterodox (adj)
Edifice (n)
Transgressor (n)
Contumely (n)
Not in accordance with established or accepted doctrines or o…
large building; an imposing building or structure
a violator of a law or command; sinner
an insolent or arrogant remark or act
Heterodox (adj)
Not in accordance with established or accepted doctrines or o…
Edifice (n)
large building; an imposing building or structure
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Scarlet Letter Test Honors English
a fictitious tale of wonderful and ext…
familiar in the moonlight, impressionism
in the daylight, realism
psycho-sematic
What is a romance?
Romance is seen when?
A novel is seen when?
Dimmesdale's symptons could be seen as?
a fictitious tale of wonderful and ext…
What is a romance?
familiar in the moonlight, impressionism
Romance is seen when?
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Honors Sophomore English: The Scarlet Letter Vocab III
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
Concerning the appreciation of beauty or good taste, pertaini…
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v.) To give a false impression of; to contradict
Aesthetic
Concerning the appreciation of beauty or good taste, pertaini…
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
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Honors English The Scarlet letter vocab 1
inauspicious
languid
inclement
arduous
Off to a bad start
Relaxed, lethargic
stormy
Hard tiring
inauspicious
Off to a bad start
languid
Relaxed, lethargic
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab List Honors Sophomore English
Inauspicious
Languid
Inclement
Arduous
Unpromising, for telling of bad luck
Lazy, slow, relaxed, weak,
Unpleasantly cold/wet, (usually stormy weather)
Difficult, strenuous, hard to overcome
Inauspicious
Unpromising, for telling of bad luck
Languid
Lazy, slow, relaxed, weak,
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Honors English: Scarlet Letter 3
aesthetic
affable
assuage
beLIE
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
friendly, jovial, amiable
to palliate, to mollify, to mitigate, to soothe and unpleasan…
to disguise, give a false impression of, contradict
aesthetic
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
affable
friendly, jovial, amiable
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Honors English 10 - The Scarlet Letter Literary Terms
Characterization
Dramatic Irony
Foreshadowing
Historical Context
Describing the individual quality of a person or thing
The audience knows something that the characters don't
Use of hints/clues to suggest events that will occur later in…
Understanding/researching the setting of what you are reading
Characterization
Describing the individual quality of a person or thing
Dramatic Irony
The audience knows something that the characters don't
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Scarlet Letter List C - English 2 hon
Abase
Alacrity
Arduous
Austere
V... To degrade, to humiliate
N... Prompt and cheerful response
Adj... Very difficult to accomplish or to achieve; very demanding
Adj... Strict, stern; unadorned, ascetic
Abase
V... To degrade, to humiliate
Alacrity
N... Prompt and cheerful response
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Vocabulary Honors English Scarlet Letter
Inert
Enraptured
Lecherous
Beguiling
(adj.) Unable to act or move
(adj.) Delighted beyond measure, amazed
(adj.) erotically suggestive, inciting lust
(verb) influencing by trickery or flattery, misleading, trick…
Inert
(adj.) Unable to act or move
Enraptured
(adj.) Delighted beyond measure, amazed
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Honors English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
Edifice
Ensue
Feign
Gesticulation
A large building or a building of impressive appearance
To happen or occur afterward
To create a false image, to pretend
Dramatic gesture used in place of speaking in order to emphas…
Edifice
A large building or a building of impressive appearance
Ensue
To happen or occur afterward
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honors English scarlet letter vocab
abase
abstruse
acuity
antipathy
(v.) to degrade, to humiliate
(adj.) difficult to understand, complicated, complex
(n.) sharpness of perception, the ability to see, hear, or un…
(n.) a strong dislike or distaste
abase
(v.) to degrade, to humiliate
abstruse
(adj.) difficult to understand, complicated, complex
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Scarlet Letter List B - English 2 hon
Abstruse
Amenable
Ascetic
Augury
Adj... Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Adj... Open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tracta…
N... One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; abse…
N... An omen or prophecy
Abstruse
Adj... Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Amenable
Adj... Open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tracta…
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Scarlet Letter List A - English 2 hon
Acuity
Antipathy
Auspicious
Blighted
Sharpness of perception
A dislike, distaste, or enmity
Favorable
Destroyed or caused by decline or decay
Acuity
Sharpness of perception
Antipathy
A dislike, distaste, or enmity
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honors english scarlet letter test
bowdoin college
Franklin Pierce
1850
boston
what college did nathaniel hawthorne go to?
who did Nathaniel Hawthorne go to school with that would be a…
what year was the book written?
where does the scarlet letter take place?
bowdoin college
what college did nathaniel hawthorne go to?
Franklin Pierce
who did Nathaniel Hawthorne go to school with that would be a…
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Honors English: Scarlet letter Final
Hester Prynne
Arthur Dimmedale
Roger Chillingworth
Pearl
The main character,that wears the Scarlet "A." She maintains…
Reverend who was Hester's lover. Physical health is in declin…
He was Hester's husband in disguise. Dimmesdale's doctor,reve…
Hester's daughter from Dimmesdale. She is considered the devi…
Hester Prynne
The main character,that wears the Scarlet "A." She maintains…
Arthur Dimmedale
Reverend who was Hester's lover. Physical health is in declin…
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Honors English Test Scarlet Letter
Rationalism
God's gift to the world...
Rationalist Literature
Persuasive Rhetoric
The age of reason
Is the ability to reason (the ability to think in a logical,…
Mostly devoted to politics, philosophy, ethics, and science.
The art of using language to argue and convince others to act…
Rationalism
The age of reason
God's gift to the world...
Is the ability to reason (the ability to think in a logical,…
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Honors English Scarlet Letter Symbols
Day
Forest
Letter A
Night/Darkness
Relaxation, releasing of sins
Nature Law vs. Human Law, everything unknown from the Puritan…
Royalty, shame, then later becomes power
Hiding/Revealing sins
Day
Relaxation, releasing of sins
Forest
Nature Law vs. Human Law, everything unknown from the Puritan…
Honors english 2 vocabulary scarlet letter literary terms
allusion
analyze
claim
connotation
references to enhance meanings of poems
looking at something closely to understand its meaning, struc…
the writer's position on an issue or problem
the feelings associated with a word
allusion
references to enhance meanings of poems
analyze
looking at something closely to understand its meaning, struc…
20 terms
English 11 honors Scarlet letter Vocabulary unit 1
Alchemy
Amenable
Discern
Eloquence
Mid evil chemical science (noun)
Willing to obey rules and to respect authority ( adj )
To detect, to understand, to make distinctions
Discourse characterized by force and persuasiveness; also, th…
Alchemy
Mid evil chemical science (noun)
Amenable
Willing to obey rules and to respect authority ( adj )
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The Scarlet Letter Literary Terms Honors English
Setting
Mood
Tone
Imagery
Location or period in which the action of a novel, play, etc,…
A distinctive emotional quality or character the audience get…
The attitude of a writer toward a subject or audience
Formation of mental images, figures, or likenesses of things,…
Setting
Location or period in which the action of a novel, play, etc,…
Mood
A distinctive emotional quality or character the audience get…
20 terms
Scarlet Letter Set 2
inscrutable
inquisitorial
emolument
plebian
difficult to fathom or understand; impenetrable
asking many intense, probing questions
salary; payment for an office; compensation
common person; vulgar; coarse
inscrutable
difficult to fathom or understand; impenetrable
inquisitorial
asking many intense, probing questions
The Scarlet Letter - Honors Vocabulary
Utopia
edifice
congenial
malefactress
ideal place
building
agreeable
ill-doers
Utopia
ideal place
edifice
building
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english 2: the scarlet letter vocabulary
inauspicious
indubitably
venerable
abate
(adj.) boding ill; unfavorable
(adj.) cannot be doubted; patently evident or certain; unques…
(adj.) commanding respect because of great age or impressive…
(v.) to reduce in amount, degree, intensity; lessen; diminish
inauspicious
(adj.) boding ill; unfavorable
indubitably
(adj.) cannot be doubted; patently evident or certain; unques…
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The Scarlet Letter chapter 2
Name 3 crimes and the punishments that…
What is the relationship between the r…
Describe the puritan women?
what punishment would the puritan wome…
Whooping post, blaspheme, and hanging
They are pretty much the same.
manly and large
Scalded with a hot iron on her forehead to mark her as a "hus…
Name 3 crimes and the punishments that…
Whooping post, blaspheme, and hanging
What is the relationship between the r…
They are pretty much the same.
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Scarlet Letter Vocab - Honors English III
indefeasible
depravity
appeallation
vilify
not able to be voided or undone
sinfulness, moral corruption
a name or title
to speak of ill of, slander
indefeasible
not able to be voided or undone
depravity
sinfulness, moral corruption
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English- The Scarlet Letter Set 2
expiation
replete
zenith
zealously
n. the means by which atonement or reparation is made
adj. abundantly supplied or provided; filled
n. the point on the celestial sphere vertically above a given…
adj. full of, characterized by, or due to zeal; ardently acti…
expiation
n. the means by which atonement or reparation is made
replete
adj. abundantly supplied or provided; filled
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The Scarlet Letter chapters 17-19 Vocabulary - Honors
estranged
devoid
wretch
interpose
kept at a distance; alienated
without
a person of despicable or base character
to place between
estranged
kept at a distance; alienated
devoid
without
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English 11 honors THE SCARLET LETTER VOCAB CHAPTER 5-10
Assimilate
CabaliContumaciously
Emoluments
Plebeian
To be absorbed into the dominant cultural tradition
Stubbornly disobedient; rebellious
Advantages
Of the common people
Assimilate
To be absorbed into the dominant cultural tradition
CabaliContumaciously
Stubbornly disobedient; rebellious
The Scarlet Letter Vocab Ch. 1-11 English Honors
sepulchres (noun)
inauspicious (adjective)
ignominy (noun)
phantasmagoric (adjective)
burial places
gloomy, unlucky
disgrace, dishonor
constantly changing scenes from the imaginiation
sepulchres (noun)
burial places
inauspicious (adjective)
gloomy, unlucky
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English Scarlet Letter #2
ascetic
superfluous
imbued
caprice
a person who for religious reasons deny themselves earthy ple…
being more than is sufficient or required; excessive
to inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade
a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind or the weather
ascetic
a person who for religious reasons deny themselves earthy ple…
superfluous
being more than is sufficient or required; excessive
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