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11 terms
Honors English set 2
Arrogant
Braggart
Complacent
Contemptuous
adj. overbearing; proud; haughty... She is far too arrogant to…
n. one who boasts a great deal... He used to be shy, now he's j…
adj. self-satisfied; smug... She was very complacent in the way…
adj. lacking respect; scornful... The girl contemptuously looke…
Arrogant
adj. overbearing; proud; haughty... She is far too arrogant to…
Braggart
n. one who boasts a great deal... He used to be shy, now he's j…
Honors English Set 2
Pedestrian
Bona Fide
Adventitious
Fecund
ADJ. Ordinary or Dull ANT: COMPELLING
ADJ. in good faith ANT: PHONY
ADJ. Accidental; Nonessential
ADJ. Fertile; Productive ANT: STERILE
Pedestrian
ADJ. Ordinary or Dull ANT: COMPELLING
Bona Fide
ADJ. in good faith ANT: PHONY
10 terms
Honors English Set 2
asunder
atrophy
austere
badger
in separate parts; apart form each other in position
to wither away
stern, as in manner; without excess, unadorned; severely simp…
to tease, annoy, harass persistently
asunder
in separate parts; apart form each other in position
atrophy
to wither away
20 terms
Honors English set 2
Adroit (adj.)
Amicable (adj.)
Averse (adj.)
Benevolent (adj.)
skillfull, expert
peaceable, friendly
having a distaste
kindly, charitable
Adroit (adj.)
skillfull, expert
Amicable (adj.)
peaceable, friendly
15 terms
Honors English set 2
Antithesis
Apostrophe
Archetype
Assonance
A rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of a gr…
A locution that addresses a person or personified thing not p…
An abstract or ideal conception of a type; a perfectly typica…
The repetition of two or more vowel sounds in a group of word…
Antithesis
A rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of a gr…
Apostrophe
A locution that addresses a person or personified thing not p…
11 terms
Set 2 English honors
Ascetic adj
Ascetic n
Chagrin
Compunction
Obtaining from pleasure
A person who practices severe self-discipline
Humiliation; mortification
Regret; remorse; qualm
Ascetic adj
Obtaining from pleasure
Ascetic n
A person who practices severe self-discipline
10 terms
English 2 Honors set 3
Abstain
Appall
Bland
Corroborate
to hold oneself back voluntarily, especially from something r…
to fill or overcome with horror, consternation, or fear.
not interesting or exciting lacking strong flavor, showing no…
to support or help prove (a statement, theory, etc.) by provi…
Abstain
to hold oneself back voluntarily, especially from something r…
Appall
to fill or overcome with horror, consternation, or fear.
20 terms
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
10 terms
Honors English 2 Vocabulary Set
Opaque (adj.)
Ostensible (adj.)
Pacifist (n.)
Palisade (n.)
Impervious to light; dull; hard to understand; unclear.
Appearing as such; offered as genuine or real/seemingly.
One who is in opposition to war or violence.
A wall of timbers set in the ground; an extended cliff.
Opaque (adj.)
Impervious to light; dull; hard to understand; unclear.
Ostensible (adj.)
Appearing as such; offered as genuine or real/seemingly.
25 terms
English 2 Honors set 1
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
to move upward
Severe in manner or appearance; very self-disciplined, asceti…
independent, self-contained
Antithesis
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
Ascend
to move upward
12 terms
Honors English Set 2
Truculent
Percipient
Inimical
Jettison
Savage and cruel; fierce; disposed to fight
Having a good understanding of things; perspective
Tending to obstruct or harm
Abandon or discard
Truculent
Savage and cruel; fierce; disposed to fight
Percipient
Having a good understanding of things; perspective
10 terms
Honors English-Set 2
Boisterous
Paraphernalia
Shabby
Perfunctory
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high spirited
(noun) equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed…
(adj.) in poor condition through long or hard use or lack of…
(adj.) matter of routine way; indifferent
Boisterous
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high spirited
Paraphernalia
(noun) equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed…
8 terms
English Honors Set 2
ameliorate
arcane
capitulate
credence
verb; get better/to make better
adj; requiring secret or mysterious knowledge
verb; to surrender under agreed conditions
noun; the attitude that something is believable and should be…
ameliorate
verb; get better/to make better
arcane
adj; requiring secret or mysterious knowledge
24 terms
Honors English Set#2
Genre
Biography
autobiography
Fable
A grouping to separate different books by the major themes it…
A story written about someone's life by someone else.
A story written about ones own life.
A short myth with a moral or lesson. Often uses animals actin…
Genre
A grouping to separate different books by the major themes it…
Biography
A story written about someone's life by someone else.
10 terms
Honors English set 2
Ascend
Finite
Infinite
Inflict
To move upward
Limited
Endless
To cause
Ascend
To move upward
Finite
Limited
40 terms
Honors English // Set 2
Site Factors
Quotas
Population Pyramid
Terroir
Location factors related to the costs of factors of productio…
In reference to migration, laws that place maximum limits on…
A bar graph that represents the distribution of population by…
The contribution of a location's distinctive features to the…
Site Factors
Location factors related to the costs of factors of productio…
Quotas
In reference to migration, laws that place maximum limits on…
11 terms
honors english set 2
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
adjetive; overbearing; proud; haughty
noun; one who boast s a great deal
adjetive; self-satisfied; smug
adjetive; lacking respect; scornful... contemptuously adverb
arrogant
adjetive; overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
noun; one who boast s a great deal
10 terms
Honors English Set 2
Epicenter Noun
Distend Verb
Keen Adjective
Din Noun
Focal Point
To Expand
Finely Sharpened
Loud Confused Noise
Epicenter Noun
Focal Point
Distend Verb
To Expand
20 terms
honors English set 2
ACCOLADE
ACCOMMODATE
BEQUEATH
CAPRICIOUS
award of merit , (N)
to render fit or correspond; to adapt to circumstances; to ma…
leave to someone by will; hand down, (V)
subject to whims or passing fancies; spur of the moment (ADJ)
ACCOLADE
award of merit , (N)
ACCOMMODATE
to render fit or correspond; to adapt to circumstances; to ma…
20 terms
Honors English set 2
Adjourn
Alien
Comely
Compensate
To stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
A citizen of another country; foreign, strange
Having a pleasing appearance
To make up for; to repay for services
Adjourn
To stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
Alien
A citizen of another country; foreign, strange
20 terms
English 2 Honors: Set 7
baffle
baleful
balk
ballad
be a mystery or bewildering to
threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
refuse to comply
narrative poem of popular origin
baffle
be a mystery or bewildering to
baleful
threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
19 terms
Honors English 11- {Set 2}
Figurative Language
Metaphor
Extended Metaphor
Simile
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, such as sim…
When two things are compared, not applicable, in order to sug…
A metaphor that is extended overtime and developed throughout…
A Figure of speech where two unlike things are compared by us…
Figurative Language
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, such as sim…
Metaphor
When two things are compared, not applicable, in order to sug…
36 terms
Honors English Vocab set 2
raconteur
relegate
sycophant
hackneyed
Someone who is good at story telling
To put in a less important position; to lower; banish!
Kiss up; flatterer; boot licker!
Common and overused
raconteur
Someone who is good at story telling
relegate
To put in a less important position; to lower; banish!
14 terms
Honors English 10 Set #2
aghast
reticent
exhort
percieve
adjective. Shocked and upset
adjective. Restrained in expression, presentation, or appeara…
verb. To incite by argument or advice; to persuade someone to…
verb. To become aware of through senses.
aghast
adjective. Shocked and upset
reticent
adjective. Restrained in expression, presentation, or appeara…
15 terms
Honors English 2: Set 3
abjure- v
adherent-n
affable-adj
affinity-n
to repudiate or renounce; to give up
a follower or supporter
friendly; easy-going
natural attraction ; kinship; similiarity
abjure- v
to repudiate or renounce; to give up
adherent-n
a follower or supporter
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
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…
80 terms
Honors English 2 MASTER SET
Arbitrary
Concede
Crass
Equitable
Adjective... Based on random choice or personal whim
Verb... To acknowledge (reluctantly) as being true
Adjective... Without refinement; gross
Adjective... Dealing fairly; just and impartial
Arbitrary
Adjective... Based on random choice or personal whim
Concede
Verb... To acknowledge (reluctantly) as being true
29 terms
Honors english vocabulary set #2
Depravity
Banal
Provocative
Redundant
n. moral corruption
adj. unoriginal; ordinary
adj. exciting; attracting attention
adj. repetitive; unnecessary; excessively wordy
Depravity
n. moral corruption
Banal
adj. unoriginal; ordinary
25 terms
English 10 honors set #2
archy
ard
cide
ician
government
always
kill
specialist
archy
government
ard
always
80 terms
Honors English 2 MASTER SET
Arbitrary
Concede
Crass
Equitable
Adjective... Based on random choice or personal whim
Verb... To acknowledge (reluctantly) as being true
Adjective... Without refinement; gross
Adjective... Dealing fairly; just and impartial
Arbitrary
Adjective... Based on random choice or personal whim
Concede
Verb... To acknowledge (reluctantly) as being true
10 terms
English 2 honors set 2
Jaded
Lurid
Meritorious
Petulant
Tied,bpred, lacking enthuisiasm
Vivid in color, bright and vibrant
Deserving of award or praise
Childish,sulky, or ill tempered
Jaded
Tied,bpred, lacking enthuisiasm
Lurid
Vivid in color, bright and vibrant
15 terms
Honors English 2: Set 2
adroit-adj
affliction-noun
balk-verb
deluge-noun
skillful; deft
misery or illness
to stop short and refuse to proceed
flood
adroit-adj
skillful; deft
affliction-noun
misery or illness
20 terms
honors English 2 set 2
venture
rejuvenate
indelible
regime
dare to do something of go somewhere that may be dangerous or…
to make someone or something look or feel younger.
not able to be forgotten or removed.... making marks that cannot…
a government especially an authoritarian one.... A system or pla…
venture
dare to do something of go somewhere that may be dangerous or…
rejuvenate
to make someone or something look or feel younger.
20 terms
Honors English 2
Enigma
Apathy
Indifferent
Revere
A mystery; hard to understand or explain
Lack of emotion or interest
Having no preference
To worship; to honor
Enigma
A mystery; hard to understand or explain
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
15 terms
English honors 2
vantage
abjure
extenuate
languish
a good position or view
reject formally
to lessen
continue for a long time without activity
vantage
a good position or view
abjure
reject formally
10 terms
Honors English Vocab Set 2
Morass
Noisome
Oblivious
Poltroon
A patch of low, soft, wet ground; a swamp; a confusing situat…
Offensive or disgusting; foul smelling; harmful or injurious
Forgetful; unaware
A base coward
Morass
A patch of low, soft, wet ground; a swamp; a confusing situat…
Noisome
Offensive or disgusting; foul smelling; harmful or injurious
182 terms
Honors English Vocab Set 2
anthropology
bacteriology
biology
cardiology
science dealing with the origin, races, customs, and beliefs…
science dealing with the study of living organisms
science dealing with the study of organisms
science dealing with the action and diseases of the heart
anthropology
science dealing with the origin, races, customs, and beliefs…
bacteriology
science dealing with the study of living organisms
10 terms
Honors English 11 Set #2
prodigious
Naive
Candor
Frank
Adj: Remarkably or impressively great in size, extent, or deg…
Adj: lacks sophistication, experience, wisdom, or good judgem…
Noun: Openness and sincerity; quality of being open, honest,…
Adj: blunt, straight-forward, direct, upfront, open
prodigious
Adj: Remarkably or impressively great in size, extent, or deg…
Naive
Adj: lacks sophistication, experience, wisdom, or good judgem…
20 terms
Honors English Vocabulary Set 2
legacy (noun)
sheathe (verb)
staunch (adjective)
posthumously (adverb)
an amount of money or property left to someone in a will
encase (something) in a close-fitting or protective covering
loyal and committed in attitude
describes what occurred or continued after one's death
legacy (noun)
an amount of money or property left to someone in a will
sheathe (verb)
encase (something) in a close-fitting or protective covering
20 terms
Honors English vocab set 2
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange
having a pleasing appearance
to make up for; to repay for services
adjourn
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
alien
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange
10 terms
honors English vocab set 2
insolence:
swagger
transcends
vigil
bold disrespect
bold, arrogant strut
go beyond the limits of
purposeful watching and staying awake
insolence:
bold disrespect
swagger
bold, arrogant strut
16 terms
English 1 Honors: Set 2
Emissary
Humanitarian
Culmination
Omen
Person sent on a special mission- Diplomatic Representative
Concerned with or seeking to promote human welfare
Final, Highest, Decisive point after a long time; a climax
Event regarded as a portent of good or evil
Emissary
Person sent on a special mission- Diplomatic Representative
Humanitarian
Concerned with or seeking to promote human welfare
19 terms
Honors English Vocab Set 2
Query
Lament
Ubiquitous
Apathy
noun; a question or iquiry
noun/verb; a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
adjective; found everywhere
noun; lack of interest, concern, feeling or emotion
Query
noun; a question or iquiry
Lament
noun/verb; a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
20 terms
English honors vocab. Set 2
Fallacy
Garbled
Haphazard
Immaterial
False idea; mistaken
Confused; mixed up
Not planned; random
Insignificant; unimportant
Fallacy
False idea; mistaken
Garbled
Confused; mixed up
19 terms
Honors English Vocabulary Set 2
Accost
Animadversion
Avid
Brackish
To approach and speak first, to confront in a challenging or…
A comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
Desirous of something to the point of greed, intensely eager
Having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
Accost
To approach and speak first, to confront in a challenging or…
Animadversion
A comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
20 terms
English 2 Honors Study Set
ambulatory
bucolic
chagrin
discrepancy
(adj.) relating to or adapted for walking; able to walk about
(adj.) relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raisin…
(noun) strong feelings of embarrassment... (verb) cause to feel…
(noun) a difference between conflicting facets or claims or o…
ambulatory
(adj.) relating to or adapted for walking; able to walk about
bucolic
(adj.) relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raisin…
24 terms
English 12 Honors Set #2
evanescence
desultory
adamant
eviscerate
to disappear gradually
lacking in consistency
utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion
disembowel
evanescence
to disappear gradually
desultory
lacking in consistency
20 terms
English 2 Honors Study Set
Abject
Belittle
Candid
Debilitate
sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances
lessen the authority, dignity, or reputation of; express a ne…
openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiv…
make weak
Abject
sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances
Belittle
lessen the authority, dignity, or reputation of; express a ne…
20 terms
English 2 Honors Study Set
Abdicate
Bane
Cajole
Daunt
to cast off or relinquish
something causes misery or death
to deceive or persuade with false pretenses
cause to lose courage
Abdicate
to cast off or relinquish
Bane
something causes misery or death
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