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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…
130 terms
Honors English
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or acceptable; ancient
informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
ideas or meanings suggested by a word
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or acceptable; ancient
argot
informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
English III Honors - First Set
ubiquitous (n. ubiquity)
symbiosis (adj. symbiotic)
parasitic
precocious
present, appearing, or found everywhere
a relationship between two organisms
one-sided or exploitative relationship
having developed abilities at an early age
ubiquitous (n. ubiquity)
present, appearing, or found everywhere
symbiosis (adj. symbiotic)
a relationship between two organisms
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English II Honors - Lesson #4
abscond
access
anarchy
arduous
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
approach or admittance to places; entry
a lack of government and law; chaos; turmoil
hard to do; requiring much effort
abscond
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
access
approach or admittance to places; entry
58 terms
Honors English
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religous…
A reference to a well-known thing or idea. (Include literatur…
A dramatic form in which the main character is involved in a…
McCarthyism
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
Theocracy
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religous…
50 terms
english honors
curt
demoralize
dillemma
inclination
to be abrupt
to discourage
a hard choice
a tendency
curt
to be abrupt
demoralize
to discourage
34 terms
English Honors
Author's Point of View
Organizational Patterns
Chronological Order
Cause and Effect
How the author feels about the subject he or she is writing a…
the logical structure in which text is arranged, such as a se…
a method of speech organization in which the main points foll…
The reason something happens and the result of it happening.
Author's Point of View
How the author feels about the subject he or she is writing a…
Organizational Patterns
the logical structure in which text is arranged, such as a se…
20 terms
English II Honors - Lesson #1
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
to caution or advise against something; reprimand
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; br…
a bandit ,robber, outlaw, highwayman
careful; cautious; wary; prudent
admonish
to caution or advise against something; reprimand
breach
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; br…
Honors English
Theocracy
Allusion
McCarthyism
Tragedy
A government based on my religion; system is ruled by religio…
A reference to a well known thing or idea
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A dramatic form in which the main character the tragic hero i…
Theocracy
A government based on my religion; system is ruled by religio…
Allusion
A reference to a well known thing or idea
15 terms
Tone Words Honors English II
jovial
apathetic
caustic
disdainful
characterized by a spirit of good fellowship; merry; joyful
having or showing little or no emotion; indifferent
severely critical or sarcastic
scornful; feeling or expressing contempt
jovial
characterized by a spirit of good fellowship; merry; joyful
apathetic
having or showing little or no emotion; indifferent
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English II Honors Lesson #2
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
to stop proceedings temporarily; postpone; discontinue
a citizen of another country; foreign strange; exotic
having a pleasing appearance; attractive; pretty
to make up for; to repay; recompense
adjourn
to stop proceedings temporarily; postpone; discontinue
alien
a citizen of another country; foreign strange; exotic
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Honors English 12A List 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
to make shorter
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
an angry argument
resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a beauti…
abridge
to make shorter
adherent
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
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Honors English Vocab
fastidious
zealous
enigmatic
formidable
hard to please
very eager; enthusastic
puzzling; mysterious
hard to handle or overcome; awe-inspiring
fastidious
hard to please
zealous
very eager; enthusastic
20 terms
Honors English I: List 1
Adversaries
Languish
Nuptial
Pernicious
antagonist party; foe; enemies
to become dispirited; weak; to long for
marriage; wedding
deadly; destructive
Adversaries
antagonist party; foe; enemies
Languish
to become dispirited; weak; to long for
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Honors English III- Lesson 3
parochial
obfuscate
edify
ambiguous
local, narrow, limited... syn: provincial; narrow-minded... ant: un…
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle... syn: muddle; obscure... ant: cla…
to improve someone morally
open to more than one interpretation... syn: unclear; vague; unc…
parochial
local, narrow, limited... syn: provincial; narrow-minded... ant: un…
obfuscate
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle... syn: muddle; obscure... ant: cla…
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Honors English Vocab
Fastidious
Zealous
Enigmatic
Formidable
(adj) hard to please
(adj) very eager; enthusiastic
(adj) puzzling; mysterious
(adj) hard to handle or overcome; awe-inspiring in size or ex…
Fastidious
(adj) hard to please
Zealous
(adj) very eager; enthusiastic
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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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Honors English 8 Week 1
abstinence
ambulatory
diatribe
didactic
Avoiding harmful behaviors
able to walk about
(n) bitter, abusive attack or criticism; rant
Designed or intended to teach
abstinence
Avoiding harmful behaviors
ambulatory
able to walk about
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English 9 Honors--Vocabulary 7
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(n.) the highest point, tip
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
adieu
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
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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
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Honors English 8 Lesson 2
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Assimilate
Delirious
Applaud; announce with great approval
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
To absorb or become absorbed; to make or become similar
Extreme mental confusion or excitement
Acclaim
Applaud; announce with great approval
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
20 terms
English 9 Honors--Vocabulary #9
assurance
asylum
console
dilate
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
(v.) to comfort; (n.)the keyboard of an organ; (n.) a control…
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon
assurance
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
asylum
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
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Honors 9 English - Semester 1
imprudent
surmounted
invariably
ardent
adj.... unwise, not careful
v.... Overcame
adv.... without exception; unchanging
adj.... Enthusiastic or passionate
imprudent
adj.... unwise, not careful
surmounted
v.... Overcame
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Honors English III - 2nd quarter
allay
capacious
didactic
diurnal
to put (fear, doubt, suspicion, anger, etc.) to rest; calm; q…
capable of holding much; spacious or roomy:
inclined to teach or lecture others too much:
of or belonging to the daytime (opposed to nocturnal).
allay
to put (fear, doubt, suspicion, anger, etc.) to rest; calm; q…
capacious
capable of holding much; spacious or roomy:
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English 9 Honors--Vocabulary 8
auxiliary
candid
cubicle
drudgery
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
(n.) a small room or compartment
(n.) work that is hard and tiresome
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
candid
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
20 terms
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
80 terms
English I Honors - Literature Vocabulary
Characterization
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Protagonist
is the act of creating and developing a character
author directly states a character's traits
author tells what a character looks like, does, and says, as…
main character in a literary work
Characterization
is the act of creating and developing a character
Direct Characterization
author directly states a character's traits
20 terms
English 9 Honors Vocabulary 12
appreciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
(adj.) sufficient to be noticed or measured
(adj.) absolute in power or authority
(v.) to remove the color from; to make or turn pale; to parboil
(n.) an act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for somet…
appreciable
(adj.) sufficient to be noticed or measured
autocratic
(adj.) absolute in power or authority
20 terms
English 9 Honors Vocabulary 13
ad infinitum
apportion
bona fide
buoyant
(adv.) endlessly
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
(adj.) genuine; sincere
(adj.) able to float easily; able to hold things up; cheerful…
ad infinitum
(adv.) endlessly
apportion
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
20 terms
Honors English I - List 6
Imminent
Infallibility
Precariously
Vile
likely to happen soon
condition of not being likely to fail
insecurely; dangerously
evil; wicked
Imminent
likely to happen soon
Infallibility
condition of not being likely to fail
20 terms
Honors English I - List 4
Precluded
Retribution
Impunity
Immolation
prevented
payback
freedom from consequence
destruction
Precluded
prevented
Retribution
payback
27 terms
English I Honors - Rhetoric Vocabulary
Formal Rhetoric
Rhetoric
Sender/Receiver Relationship
Occasion
a speech given by a person in a literary work
the crafting of a message for a specific audience and purpose
the dynamic or relationship between the sender and the receiv…
the context of time, and place, and person that shape the arg…
Formal Rhetoric
a speech given by a person in a literary work
Rhetoric
the crafting of a message for a specific audience and purpose
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English 9 Honors Vocabulary 14
annex
cleave
cordial
cornerstone
(v.) To add to, attach: to incorporate;(n.) An attachment or…
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
(adj.) in a friendly manner, hearty; cheery; (n.) A liqueur
(n.) the starting point of a building; a fundamental principl…
annex
(v.) To add to, attach: to incorporate;(n.) An attachment or…
cleave
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
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honors english: lesson one
interminable
equanimity
camaraderie
litany
tiresome and long; seemingly endless
composure; calmness
goodwill
long repetitive, or dull account
interminable
tiresome and long; seemingly endless
equanimity
composure; calmness
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English Honors: Vocab 1
A (An)
Ambi
Anti
Circum
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
against... -ex. Antidote: anti (against) dot (give)
around... -ex. Circumscribe: circum (around) scribe (write)
A (An)
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
Ambi
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
20 terms
Honors English I - List 5
Instigates
Depreciate
Discreet
Precipitous
stirs up
to reduce in value
careful about what one says or does
steep; sheer
Instigates
stirs up
Depreciate
to reduce in value
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Honors English I - List 3
Disposition
Esteem
Rapier
Trespass
your stance on a topic
high regard
sword
to pass somewhere without permission
Disposition
your stance on a topic
Esteem
high regard
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Honors English
Clamor
Tenacity
Haughty
ominous
Loud Noise
Quality, Stubborn
Proud
Sign Of evil, Threatening
Clamor
Loud Noise
Tenacity
Quality, Stubborn
58 terms
Honors English
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religiou…
A reference to a well-known thing or idea (include literature…
A dramatic form in which the main character- the tragic hero-…
McCarthyism
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
Theocracy
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religiou…
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Honors English
Admonish... (Ad-mon-ish)
Breach ... (Br-ea-ch)
Brigand... (Brig-and)
Circumspect... (Cir-cum-spect)
(V.) To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(N.) An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(N.) A bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman... Ex. Ancient caravan…
(ADJ.) Careful, cautious.... Ex. It is important for a diplomat…
Admonish... (Ad-mon-ish)
(V.) To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
Breach ... (Br-ea-ch)
(N.) An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
45 terms
Honors English
Mcarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campaign or practice that supports the ... Use of unfair alleg…
A government based on a religion system is ruled by religious…
A reference to a well known thing or idea( include literature…
A dramatic form in which the main character -the tragic hero-…
Mcarthyism
A campaign or practice that supports the ... Use of unfair alleg…
Theocracy
A government based on a religion system is ruled by religious…
50 terms
Honors english
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusions
Tragedy
Campaign or practice that uses/supports use of unfair allegat…
Goverment based on religion
Reference to a well known thing or idea
Main character involved in struggle and it ends badly normall…
McCarthyism
Campaign or practice that uses/supports use of unfair allegat…
Theocracy
Goverment based on religion
55 terms
Honors English
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religiou…
A reference to a well-known thing or idea (include literature…
A dramatic form in which the main character- the tragic hero-…
McCarthyism
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
Theocracy
A government based on a religion; system is ruled by religiou…
Honors English
McCarthyusm
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfarmilar al…
A government based on a religion, no separation of church and…
A reference to a well-known thing or idea (include literature…
A dramatic form in which the character- the tragic hero-'is i…
McCarthyusm
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfarmilar al…
Theocracy
A government based on a religion, no separation of church and…
59 terms
Honors English
Parable
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
A story that teaches a moral lesson
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A goverment based on religion, no seporation of church and st…
A refrance to a well known thing or idea.
Parable
A story that teaches a moral lesson
McCarthyism
A campaign or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
57 terms
Honors English
McCarthyism
Theocracy
Allusion
Tragedy
A campgain or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
A goverment based on a religion; system is ruled by religous…
A reference to a well-known thing of idea ( include literatur…
A dramatic form in which the main character- the tragic hero-…
McCarthyism
A campgain or practice that supports the use of unfair allega…
Theocracy
A goverment based on a religion; system is ruled by religous…
33 terms
english honors
allocate
argument
contempt
degenerate
distribute for a particular purpose
an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heate…
the feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consideration…
having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities consider…
allocate
distribute for a particular purpose
argument
an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heate…
49 terms
Honors English
style
mood
theme
indirect characterization
the choices a writer makes; the combination of distinctive fe…
the overall emotion created by a work of literature
central idea of a work of literature
the character is revealed through thoughts of other character…
style
the choices a writer makes; the combination of distinctive fe…
mood
the overall emotion created by a work of literature
30 terms
Honors English
Allusion
Theocracy
McCarthyism
Allegory
Allusion
Theocracy
40 terms
honors english 2 weeks
cacophony
consent
decapitate
disarray
a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds.... "a cacophony of deafen…
noun... 1.... permission for something to happen or agreement to do…
verb... cut off the head of (a person or animal).... "a decapitated…
noun... noun: disarray; plural noun: disarrays... 1.... a state of dis…
cacophony
a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds.... "a cacophony of deafen…
consent
noun... 1.... permission for something to happen or agreement to do…
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