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23 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1
amiable
anthropological
asperity
astutely
likeable
related to the study of humans
severity
keenly, shrewdly
amiable
likeable
anthropological
related to the study of humans
10 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles - Chapter 1
to urge someone
to deduce
elementary
puncture
to push someone into doing something
to conclude
basic
hole
to urge someone
to push someone into doing something
to deduce
to conclude
23 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1 Vocabulary
amiable
anthropological
asperity
astutely
likeable
related to the study of humans
severity
keenly, shrewdly
amiable
likeable
anthropological
related to the study of humans
15 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1
previous
polite
smart
advice
vorheriger
höflich
elegant
Rat
previous
vorheriger
polite
höflich
46 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1
bulbous
dignified
notion
well-esteemed
fat, round or bulging
respectful or composed manner
idea or thought
respected, thought highly of
bulbous
fat, round or bulging
dignified
respectful or composed manner
15 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1
Probability
Slovenly
Anthropological
Dexterity
The likelihood that a particular event will occur
(adj.) untidy, dirty, careless
referring to the study of human beings and their cultures
Skill and grace in physical movement
Probability
The likelihood that a particular event will occur
Slovenly
(adj.) untidy, dirty, careless
11 terms
The Hound of the baskervilles chapter 1
punish
exhaustion
burning
murder
to make (someone) suffer for a crime or for bad behavior.
the state of being extremely tired : the state of being exhau…
producing or having a flame.
the crime of deliberately killing a person.
punish
to make (someone) suffer for a crime or for bad behavior.
exhaustion
the state of being extremely tired : the state of being exhau…
36 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles: chapter 1
save(adv)
errand
to excel oneself
deduction
ausser
Botengang
sich selber überprüfen
Ableitung
save(adv)
ausser
errand
Botengang
17 terms
The Hound of The Baskervilles chapter 1
Dr. Watson
Sherlock because he is nocturnal (stay…
2nd highest after Monsieur Bertillon
His large head (dolichocephalic skull)
Who is Sherlock's assistant?
Who is usually late in the morning and why?
How high does Dr. Mortimer rank Sherlock out of all the exper…
What is a unique feature of Sherlock's body?
Dr. Watson
Who is Sherlock's assistant?
Sherlock because he is nocturnal (stay…
Who is usually late in the morning and why?
76 terms
The Hound of the Baskerville Chapter 1-2
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
Chapter 1 According to Holmes, who is…
Chapter 1, what did Holmes induce from…
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
A under thirty young fellow, amiable,unambitious, absent mind…
It showed he had a spaniel, walked a lot, and was quite frien…
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
8 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles chapter 1 vocab
astute
benevolence
convex
dexterity
keen
kindness
outwardly curved
skill with your hands or a body part
astute
keen
benevolence
kindness
67 terms
The hound of the Baskervilles chapter 1-3
Amiable
Anthropological
Asperity
Astutely
Likeable
Related to the study of humans
Severity; harshness
Keenly; shrewdly
Amiable
Likeable
Anthropological
Related to the study of humans
29 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles chapter 1-2
Why does Dr.Mortimer see Holmes?
What possible reasons might Doyle have…
What six steps comprise Holme's "scien…
Give and example of speculation, deduc…
He wants to talk about the seat of his close friend, Sir Char…
Doyle wants you to show the relationship between Sherlock and…
Observation... Speculation... Deduction... Inference... Hypothesis... Conclu…
Speculation- works at the charging cross... Deduction- worn down…
Why does Dr.Mortimer see Holmes?
He wants to talk about the seat of his close friend, Sir Char…
What possible reasons might Doyle have…
Doyle wants you to show the relationship between Sherlock and…
15 terms
Spelling The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1
amiable
asperity
astutuely
benevolence
likeable
severity
keenly, shrewdly
kindness
amiable
likeable
asperity
severity
76 terms
The Hound of the Baskerville Chapter 1-2
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Chapter 1 According to Watson, who is…
Chapter 1 According to Holmes, who is…
Chapter 1, what did Holmes induce from…
Dr. Watson, Holmes' assistant is the narrator
An elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H ha…
An under thirty young fellow, amiable,unambitious, absent-min…
It showed he had a spaniel, walked a lot, and was quite frien…
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Dr. Watson, Holmes' assistant is the narrator
Chapter 1 According to Watson, who is…
An elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H ha…
85 terms
Vocabulary for Chapter 1-9 Hound of the Baskervilles
Luminous
Elementary
Erroneous
Incredulously
(adj.) emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating
( adj. ) rudimentary, basic, fundamental, primary
(adj.) incorrect, containing mistakes
( adv. )skeptically
Luminous
(adj.) emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating
Elementary
( adj. ) rudimentary, basic, fundamental, primary
28 terms
The Hound of the Baskervile`s Chapter 1
practitioner
dignified
occupation
notion
практикант
достойный
профессия
понятие
practitioner
практикант
dignified
достойный
76 terms
The Hound of the Baskerville Chapter 1-2
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
Chapter 1 According to Holmes, who is…
Chapter 1, what did Holmes induce from…
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
A under thirty young fellow, amiable,unambitious, absent mind…
It showed he had a spaniel, walked a lot, and was quite frien…
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
76 terms
The Hound of the Baskerville Chapter 1-2
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
Chapter 1 According to Holmes, who is…
Chapter 1, what did Holmes induce from…
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
A under thirty young fellow, amiable,unambitious, absent mind…
It showed he had a spaniel, walked a lot, and was quite frien…
Chapter 1... Who is the narrator?
Dr Watson, Holmes assistant is the narrator
Chapter 1 According to Watson who is a…
A elderly, country doctor. He thinks the C.C.H that the H has…
18 terms
Chapter 1-5 Hounds of Baskerville
Erroneous
Presume
Circumspect
Agape
Mistaken
Assume; taken for granted
Mindful of circumstances
State of amazement mouth wide open
Erroneous
Mistaken
Presume
Assume; taken for granted
25 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1-5 Vocabulary
luminous
piqued
deduction
fallacy (fallacies)
adj. 1. emitting or reflecting usually steady, suffused, or g…
n. 1. a transient feeling of wounded vanity... 2. a sudden feeli…
n. 1. the act or process of using logic or reason to form a c…
n. 1. a false or mistaken idea... 2. an often plausible argument…
luminous
adj. 1. emitting or reflecting usually steady, suffused, or g…
piqued
n. 1. a transient feeling of wounded vanity... 2. a sudden feeli…
64 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1-10 Vocab
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
wrong
brilliant
likeable
theory
erroneous
wrong
luminous
brilliant
11 terms
Chapters 1 & 2 Hound of the Baskervilles
amiable
astutely
benevolence
inadvertently
(adj) friendly
(adv) in a smart and perceptive manner
(n) kindness, generosity, charity
(adv) in an accidental or unintentional manner
amiable
(adj) friendly
astutely
(adv) in a smart and perceptive manner
15 terms
The Hound of Baskervilles Vocabulary Chapter 1 - 3
Pique
Elementary
Deduction
Erroneous
verb - to arouse interest
adjective - basic or simple
noun - conclusion by reasoning
adjective - mistaken
Pique
verb - to arouse interest
Elementary
adjective - basic or simple
64 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1-10 Vocab
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
wrong
brilliant
likeable
theory
erroneous
wrong
luminous
brilliant
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 1 & Chapter 2 word.
Amiable
Astutely
Benevolence
Inadvertently
(Adj.)- friendly
(Adv.)- in a smart and perceptive manner
(N)- kindness, generous, or chartitable
(Adv.)- in an accidental or unintentional manner
Amiable
(Adj.)- friendly
Astutely
(Adv.)- in a smart and perceptive manner
28 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Vocab Chapter 1-7
erroneous
presume
circumspect
agape
wrong; incorrect.
suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability.
wary and unwilling to take risks.
(of the mouth) wide open, especially with surprise or wonder.
erroneous
wrong; incorrect.
presume
suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability.
67 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 4
sturdily
pugnacious
weather-beaten
assurance
strongly or solidly
Eager to fight
damaged by the weather
certainty or confidence
sturdily
strongly or solidly
pugnacious
Eager to fight
37 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 3
impenetrable
exceedingly
discern
defaced
impossible to break or pass through
extremely
perceive or recognise something
spoiled the surface or appearance of something
impenetrable
impossible to break or pass through
exceedingly
extremely
33 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 5
degree
absorbed
crudest
curiosity
amount or level
intensely engaged, engrossed
simplest, most basic
strong desire to know or learn something
degree
amount or level
absorbed
intensely engaged, engrossed
37 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 8
transcribe
God-forsaken
vastness
monolith
put thoughts into writing; write down
miserable, wretched
immense in terms of area
a large single upright block of stone, especially one shaped…
transcribe
put thoughts into writing; write down
God-forsaken
miserable, wretched
10 terms
The hound of the Baskervilles chapter 1-5 vocabulary
Occupation
Reconstruct
Luminous
Erroneous
A job or profession
Build or form after being damaged
Very bright
Wrong
Occupation
A job or profession
Reconstruct
Build or form after being damaged
6 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 14
loath
dominate
ambush
delierious
unwilling, reluctant
to have command or control over
A surprise attack
disoriented; confused
loath
unwilling, reluctant
dominate
to have command or control over
65 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 7
efface
distinctly
pallid
scullery
erase from
definitely, plainly
pale
small kitchen, or room for cleaning dishes
efface
erase from
distinctly
definitely, plainly
58 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 2
manuscript
forgery
monograph
shrewd
a written document
a fake of copied document
a detailed written study
having sharp powers of judgment; astute
manuscript
a written document
forgery
a fake of copied document
9 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 13
surmise
conjecture
reconcile
exultation
To guess
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
Restore friendly relations between
a feeling of extreme joy
surmise
To guess
conjecture
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
82 terms
The Hound of the Baskerville Chapter 1-7 Study Guide
What is the address of the rooms that…
Where does chapter one take place?
What is the object left behind on whic…
According to Watson, who is the owner…
221 B Baker Street.
London.
A walking stick.
An elderly, country doctor
What is the address of the rooms that…
221 B Baker Street.
Where does chapter one take place?
London.
12 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 10
Abortive
Charred
Craniology
Distrait
Unsuccessful unfinished
Burned
The study of the skull
Absentminded; distracted
Abortive
Unsuccessful unfinished
Charred
Burned
5 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 15
atrocious
dispossess
consumptive
duly
exceptionally bad or displeasing
To deprive of actual occupancy, especially of real estate.
as if having tuberculosis of the lungs
rightfully
atrocious
exceptionally bad or displeasing
dispossess
To deprive of actual occupancy, especially of real estate.
22 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles - Chapter 1-4 Questions
Watson deduces a great deal about Dr.…
How did Dr. Mortimer inadvertently ins…
Who is the narrator?
Dr. Mortimer read the manuscript of 17…
Holmes says that his observations are clever, but wrong.
Dr. Mortimer insulted Holmes by saying that Holmes was the se…
Dr. Watson is the narrator.
In the manuscript we learn that Hugo Baskerville kidnaped the…
Watson deduces a great deal about Dr.…
Holmes says that his observations are clever, but wrong.
How did Dr. Mortimer inadvertently ins…
Dr. Mortimer insulted Holmes by saying that Holmes was the se…
13 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 12
Beetling
Dapper
Entomology
Grotesque
Protruding, projecting
Lively stylish
The study of insects
Distorted
Beetling
Protruding, projecting
Dapper
Lively stylish
16 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter 11
Abhor
Almoner
Compromised
Dilapidated
Hate despise
A distributor of charity
Exposed to suspicion
Ruined rundown
Abhor
Hate despise
Almoner
A distributor of charity
10 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles "Baskerville Hall" - Chapter 4 Vocabulary
revolver
smoggy
melancholy
keenly
a pistol with revolving chambers enabling several shots to be…
foggy or hazy usually caused by pollution
having a feeling of sadness
something done sharply, or with precision and clarity
revolver
a pistol with revolving chambers enabling several shots to be…
smoggy
foggy or hazy usually caused by pollution
22 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles - Chapter 1-4 Questions
Watson deduces a great deal about Dr.…
How did Dr. Mortimer inadvertently ins…
Who is the narrator?
Dr. Mortimer read the manuscript of 17…
Holmes says that his observations are clever, but wrong.
Dr. Mortimer insulted Holmes by saying that Holmes was the se…
Dr. Watson is the narrator.
In the manuscript we learn that Hugo Baskerville kidnaped the…
Watson deduces a great deal about Dr.…
Holmes says that his observations are clever, but wrong.
How did Dr. Mortimer inadvertently ins…
Dr. Mortimer insulted Holmes by saying that Holmes was the se…
105 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles - chapters 1 to 7
shepherd
to whimper
to vanish
dingy
berger
gémir
disparaître
défraîchi, miteux
shepherd
berger
to whimper
gémir
16 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles 1
luminous
pique
amiable
dolichocephalic
brilliant intellectually; enlightened or enlightening, as a w…
to affect with sharp irritation and resentment, especially by…
friendly; sociable; sympatyczny
Having a relatively long skull; długogłowy
luminous
brilliant intellectually; enlightened or enlightening, as a w…
pique
to affect with sharp irritation and resentment, especially by…
64 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapters 1-2
evidence
to overlook
inference
detective
preuve
négliger, ignorer
déduction
détective
evidence
preuve
to overlook
négliger, ignorer
25 terms
HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLE, CHAPTER ONE
What is the address of the rooms that…
Where does chapter one take place?
What is the object left behind on whic…
According to Watson, who is the owner…
221 B Baker Street
London
a walking stick
an elderly, country doctor
What is the address of the rooms that…
221 B Baker Street
Where does chapter one take place?
London
34 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles -- Chapters 1-5
Hugo Baskerville I
Hugo Baskerville II
Elizabeth Baskerville
John and Rodger Baskerville
-In the legend... -Got killed by the hound while chasing an unkn…
-Wrote the tale... -Hugo Baskervilles son
-Sister of Roger and John and Sir Henry... -Not suppose to know…
-Brothers... -Sons of Hugo Baskerville ll
Hugo Baskerville I
-In the legend... -Got killed by the hound while chasing an unkn…
Hugo Baskerville II
-Wrote the tale... -Hugo Baskervilles son
22 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles chapters 1-5
fallacies
incredulously
slovenly
covet
false or mistaken ideas
disbelief
a lack of neatness, sloppily dressed and groomed
to want something someone else has
fallacies
false or mistaken ideas
incredulously
disbelief
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