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The Hound of the Baskervilles
Narrator
Author
Deceptive
Illicit
Dr. Watson
Arthur Conan Doyle
giving an appearance or impression different from the true on…
forbidden by law, rules, or custom.
Narrator
Dr. Watson
Author
Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Hound of Baskervilles
SETTING
The legend of the hound of baskerville
Summary
Mr. Sherlock Holmes
main setting where all the events occur is England. The story…
Apparently, in the 1640s, a bad guy named Hugo Baskerville ki…
Doctor James Mortimer appears to consult Holmes about a very…
protagonist of the story... He is a detective and skeptic of the…
SETTING
main setting where all the events occur is England. The story…
The legend of the hound of baskerville
Apparently, in the 1640s, a bad guy named Hugo Baskerville ki…
62 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
fog
hang
moor
sigh
mgła
wisieć, zawieszać
wrzosowisko
wzdychać
fog
mgła
hang
wisieć, zawieszać
18 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
baying
clandestine
craniology
ferrule
prolonged howling
secretive
study of brains
object used for fastening
baying
prolonged howling
clandestine
secretive
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The hound of the Baskervilles
Forfeit
Intimate
Delirious
Quarry
To surrender, be deprived, or give up the right to.
Very personal
Disordered in mind, especially temporarily.
An open excavation or pit from which stone is obtained.
Forfeit
To surrender, be deprived, or give up the right to.
Intimate
Very personal
25 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
13 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
to shudder
inquest
to maul
avenue
shiver
investigation
to attack
a wide street
to shudder
shiver
inquest
investigation
15 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
accomplice
bizarre
captivating
colleague
a person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act
strange and unusual
attracting because of charm and beauty
a professional associate
accomplice
a person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act
bizarre
strange and unusual
79 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
wrong
brilliant
likable
theory
erroneous
wrong
luminous
brilliant
34 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Ferrule
pique
elementary
discreet
a metal ring put on the end of a handle or cane to prevent we…
arouse, cause, anger
having to do with simple things
very careful, sensible, wisely cautious
Ferrule
a metal ring put on the end of a handle or cane to prevent we…
pique
arouse, cause, anger
20 terms
HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES
abet
atone
bachelor
conjecture
verb- to actively encourage or aid
verb-to do something to make up for a wrong that has been done
noun- an unmarried man
noun-an opinion or judgment based on little or no evidence
abet
verb- to actively encourage or aid
atone
verb-to do something to make up for a wrong that has been done
15 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Accomplice
accost
Captivating
aggrandize
A person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act.
speak to someone
Attraction because of charm or beauty; fascinating
add details to
Accomplice
A person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act.
accost
speak to someone
72 terms
The hound of the baskervilles
sturdy
suppose
examine
trade
strong, sligtly fat
believe, conclude
look at things carefully
buying and selling, occupation
sturdy
strong, sligtly fat
suppose
believe, conclude
39 terms
Hound Of the Baskervilles
Hugo Baskerville I
Hugo Baskerville II
Elizabeth Baskerville
John & Rodger Baskerville
- First to be killed by the hound... - In the legend
- Father of Rodger, John, Sir Henry, Elizabeth... - Wrote the tale
- Sister of Rodger, John, Sir Henry... - Not supposed to know ab…
- Brothers... - Sons of Hugo Baskerville II
Hugo Baskerville I
- First to be killed by the hound... - In the legend
Hugo Baskerville II
- Father of Rodger, John, Sir Henry, Elizabeth... - Wrote the tale
25 terms
The hound of the baskervilles
Piqued (v): Life science piqued my int…
Erroneous (adj): My last vocab test wa…
Benevolence (n): Angelina Jolie is adm…
Shrewd (adj): She is very shrewd in sc…
To provoke, excite or arouse a feeling or emotion.
Containing error or mistakes.
An inclination/ desire to do good for others.
Sharp intelligence with a sense in the practical.
Piqued (v): Life science piqued my int…
To provoke, excite or arouse a feeling or emotion.
Erroneous (adj): My last vocab test wa…
Containing error or mistakes.
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Hound of the baskervilles
Barrymore
Baskervilles
Beryl
Cab
Servant to Charles and Henry
Hound of the ______
Mrs.Stapleton
The spy rode in on one
Barrymore
Servant to Charles and Henry
Baskervilles
Hound of the ______
21 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
sleuth
contorted
outrageous
disapproval
(großartiger) Detektiv
verzerrt
ungeheuerlich, empörend
Missbilligung
sleuth
(großartiger) Detektiv
contorted
verzerrt
20 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Sink
Ash
Ivy
Mark
To go down under water
Powder that is left after Sth. Has been burnt
A climbing plant with shiny,dark green leaves
To put some kind of sign on Sth
Sink
To go down under water
Ash
Powder that is left after Sth. Has been burnt
70 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
"That Dr Mortimer is a successful, eld…
"It may be that you are not yourself l…
"Which I should describe roughly as be…
Now is the dramatic moment of fate, Wa…
Page 2 ... Describing Dr. Mortimer
Page 3 ... Appear good vs actually being good/ how you portray y…
Page 5 ... Describing the 'hound' that might be killing their fa…
Page 7 ... This is the beginning, where Dr, Mortimer asks Sherlo…
"That Dr Mortimer is a successful, eld…
Page 2 ... Describing Dr. Mortimer
"It may be that you are not yourself l…
Page 3 ... Appear good vs actually being good/ how you portray y…
10 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
How many times did Charles' ash drop?
Who can find their way through the Mire?
Who was supplying Selden with food?
How many brothers did Sir Charles have?
Twice
Stapleton
Mr Barrymore
Two
How many times did Charles' ash drop?
Twice
Who can find their way through the Mire?
Stapleton
17 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Abet
Atone
Bachelor
conjecture
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
(v.) to make up for
a man who has never been married
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
Abet
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
Atone
(v.) to make up for
34 terms
The Hound of The Baskervilles
conscientious
countenance
cunning
delirious
adjective- governed by conscience; controlled by or done acco…
noun-appearance, especially the look or expression of the face:
adjective/noun-showing or made with ingenuity.
adjective-wild with excitement, enthusiasm, etc.:
conscientious
adjective- governed by conscience; controlled by or done acco…
countenance
noun-appearance, especially the look or expression of the face:
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
abet
atone
bachelor
conjecture
to encourage, support, or countenance by aid or approval, usu…
to make amends or reparation, as for an offense or a crime, o…
an unmarried man
the formation or expression of an opinion or theory without s…
abet
to encourage, support, or countenance by aid or approval, usu…
atone
to make amends or reparation, as for an offense or a crime, o…
22 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
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the hound of the baskerviles
praise
practical
permission
villain
칭찬
실제적인
허가
악인
praise
칭찬
practical
실제적인
74 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
74 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
73 terms
Hound of Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
28 terms
The Hound of Baskerville
mystery
detective
author
character
מיסתורין
בלש
סופר
דמות
mystery
מיסתורין
detective
בלש
Hound of the Baskervilles
Sherlock Holmes
Dr. Watson
Hugo Baskerville
Charles Baskerville
Tall and austere protagonist of book with incredible intellig…
Medical doctor and narrator of book with intelligence inferio…
Dapper but recklessly godless ancestor of the Baskervilles wh…
Elderly and infirm at his death, he was the wealthy and gener…
Sherlock Holmes
Tall and austere protagonist of book with incredible intellig…
Dr. Watson
Medical doctor and narrator of book with intelligence inferio…
15 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Holmes
Watson
Dr. Mortimer
Hugo Baskerville
protagonist of story; detective who uses observation & scient…
Holmes's assistant; sees himself as student under Holmes; a m…
friend of the Baskerville family; Sir Charles friend and phys…
wicked Baskerville who begins the legend of the Baskerville f…
Holmes
protagonist of story; detective who uses observation & scient…
Watson
Holmes's assistant; sees himself as student under Holmes; a m…
10 terms
Hound of the Baskerville
Cajole
Pugnacious
Conjecture
Venerable
To persuade by flattery or promises
Inclined to quarrelor fight readily
An opinion or theory expressed
Commanding respect because of great age
Cajole
To persuade by flattery or promises
Pugnacious
Inclined to quarrelor fight readily
71 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Amiable
Astutely
Benevolence
Inadvertently
Friendly
In a smart or perceptive manner
Kindness, generous, or charitable
In an accidental or unintentional manner
Amiable
Friendly
Astutely
In a smart or perceptive manner
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Hound of the Baskervilles
amiable
astutely
benevolence
inadvertently
friendly
in a smart and perceptive manner
kindness, generosity, charity
in an accidental or unintentional manner
amiable
friendly
astutely
in a smart and perceptive manner
42 terms
The Hound of Baskervilles
certainly (adv)
almost (adv)
quite (adv.)
that was quite something!
sicher(lich), bestimmt, gewiss (adj) (adv)
fast, beinahe (adv)
ziemlich (adv)
das war echt nicht schlecht!
certainly (adv)
sicher(lich), bestimmt, gewiss (adj) (adv)
almost (adv)
fast, beinahe (adv)
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hound of the baskervilles
pugnacious
saunter
exalt
keen
belligerent; quarrelsome
to stroll; walk
to glorify; raise high
sharp; eager
pugnacious
belligerent; quarrelsome
saunter
to stroll; walk
10 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Baronet:... Noun: \ˈber-ə-nət, ˈba-rə-, U…
Indebted:... Adj: \in-ˈde-təd\
Foolscap:... Noun: \ˈfülz-ˌkap\
Flurry:... Noun: \ˈflər-ē, ˈflə-rē\
a man who is a member of the British nobility with a rank bel…
owing something (such as money or thanks) to someone or somet…
a size of paper formerly standard in Great Britain; broadly
a large amount of something that happens or comes suddenly
Baronet:... Noun: \ˈber-ə-nət, ˈba-rə-, U…
a man who is a member of the British nobility with a rank bel…
Indebted:... Adj: \in-ˈde-təd\
owing something (such as money or thanks) to someone or somet…
19 terms
Hound of the baskervilles
Elementery
Fallacyh
Deductionyy
Fallacy
Of or relating the basic for fundamental part; easy and not i…
A false notion ; a statement based on a false inference
Drawing a conclusion by reasoning.
A false notion; a statement based on a false inference.
Elementery
Of or relating the basic for fundamental part; easy and not i…
Fallacyh
A false notion ; a statement based on a false inference
14 terms
Hound Of the Baskervilles
Jack Stapleton/Sir Rodger Baskerville
Sir Hugo Baskerville
Sir Henry Baskerville
Sir Charles Baskerville
a cruel murderer, the bad guy, a liar and was married but pre…
A Baskerville ancestor from the 1700's. His wicked behavior i…
Sir Charles Baskerville's younger brother. Stapleton wanted h…
the old Baskerville, that cam after Hugo, he dies at the begi…
Jack Stapleton/Sir Rodger Baskerville
a cruel murderer, the bad guy, a liar and was married but pre…
Sir Hugo Baskerville
A Baskerville ancestor from the 1700's. His wicked behavior i…
55 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
discreet
prosaic
apparition
slovenly
Cautious
(adj.) dull, lacking in distinction and originality; matter-o…
ghost
Untidy, dirty, careless
discreet
Cautious
prosaic
(adj.) dull, lacking in distinction and originality; matter-o…
67 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
aghast
agile
bemused
fulsome
struck with fear
moving quickly
perplexed by conflicting situations
complementing a lot
aghast
struck with fear
agile
moving quickly
50 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Erroneous
Presume
Agape
Catastrophe
An error or mistake
To make an educated guess
Wide open
A disaster
Erroneous
An error or mistake
Presume
To make an educated guess
101 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Fallacies
Inferences
Slovenly
Dolichocephalic
logical errors
the act of reasoning from factual knowledge
very sloppy
long headed
Fallacies
logical errors
Inferences
the act of reasoning from factual knowledge
34 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Elementary
Deduction
Fallacy
Aghast
Of or relating to the basic or fundamental part; asy and not…
Drawing a conclusion by reasoning
A false notion; a statement based on a false inference.
Struck by shock, terror, or amazement.
Elementary
Of or relating to the basic or fundamental part; asy and not…
Deduction
Drawing a conclusion by reasoning
34 terms
Baskerville Hound
walking stick
for the simple reason
knock at the door
solve a problem
трость
по простой причине
стук в дверь
решить проблему
walking stick
трость
for the simple reason
по простой причине
47 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Vocab!
audacious
torrent
moor
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
daring; bold
a great or rapid flow
an extensive wasteland, sometimes marshy
Vocab!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
audacious
daring; bold
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the hound of the Baskerville
abet
atone
bachelor
conscience
verb-to assist in doing something wrong
verb-to make amends for doing something wrong
noun-an unmarried man
noun-knowledge of right and wrong
abet
verb-to assist in doing something wrong
atone
verb-to make amends for doing something wrong
41 terms
The Hound of Baskerville
evidence
to overlook
inference
detective
témoignage, preuve
négliger, ne pas voir, ignorer
déduction, inférence
détective
evidence
témoignage, preuve
to overlook
négliger, ne pas voir, ignorer
30 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
to solve a case
crime
fiction
to be set in
einen Fall lösen
Verbrechen
Erfindung
Spielen in
to solve a case
einen Fall lösen
crime
Verbrechen
38 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Erroneous
Circumspect
Catastrophe
Corroborated
Mistaken
Prudent; mindful of circumstances
A great, often sudden calamity
Supported with other evidence
Erroneous
Mistaken
Circumspect
Prudent; mindful of circumstances
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