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22 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Part 4
Garrulous
Gregarious
Guile
Gullible
talkative
seeking and enjoying the company of others
the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract mone…
easily deceived
Garrulous
talkative
Gregarious
seeking and enjoying the company of others
493 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
25 terms
HSPT Vocabulary List 4
advocate
affable
affliction
bigot
Support... To speak in favor of
Friendly
anything causing great suffering
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
advocate
Support... To speak in favor of
affable
Friendly
10 terms
Hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt hspt vocabulary
Pallid
Inept
Ostentatious
Ineffible
Pale, dull.
Unskilled, or awkward
To exclude from a group.
Difficult to describe or express.
Pallid
Pale, dull.
Inept
Unskilled, or awkward
298 terms
HSPT vocabulary
shrewd
zealot
zenith
whim
keen; piercing
one who is fanatical and in pursuit of their religious, polit…
the highest point
a sudden change of mind
shrewd
keen; piercing
zealot
one who is fanatical and in pursuit of their religious, polit…
493 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
131 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
22 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Part 4
Garrulous
Gregarious
Guile
Gullible
talkative
seeking and enjoying the company of others
the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract mone…
easily deceived
Garrulous
talkative
Gregarious
seeking and enjoying the company of others
22 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Part 4
Garrulous
Gregarious
Guile
Gullible
talkative
seeking and enjoying the company of others
the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract mone…
easily deceived
Garrulous
talkative
Gregarious
seeking and enjoying the company of others
20 terms
HSPT: VOCABULARY part 4
conciliatory
concise
condescending
condolence
seeking agreement
expressed briefly and simply
having an attitude of superiority toward another; patronizing
pity for someone else's sorrow or loss; sympathy
conciliatory
seeking agreement
concise
expressed briefly and simply
22 terms
Jacob's HSPT Vocabulary 4
Collaborate
Colloquial
Competent
Complacent
To work together
Informal language
Having the skill and knowledge needed for a particular task
Smug, self-satisfied
Collaborate
To work together
Colloquial
Informal language
22 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Part 4
Garrulous
Gregarious
Guile
Gullible
talkative
seeking and enjoying the company of others
the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract mone…
easily deceived
Garrulous
talkative
Gregarious
seeking and enjoying the company of others
20 terms
HSPT Vocabulary list 4
Aloof
Articulate
Benevolent
Colossal
<adj.> distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote…
<adj.> using language easily and fluently; having facility wi…
<adj.> desiring to help others; charitable
<adj.> extraordinarily great in size, extent, or degree; giga…
Aloof
<adj.> distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote…
Articulate
<adj.> using language easily and fluently; having facility wi…
21 terms
HSPT Vocabulary #1-4
Abolish
Abberation
Accolade
Ambivalence
To formally put an end to. (a system, practice, or institution)
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected.
An award or privilege granted as a special honor or an acknow…
A state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about…
Abolish
To formally put an end to. (a system, practice, or institution)
Abberation
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected.
10 terms
HSPT vocabulary week 4
Accede
Antediluvian
Benighted
Chaff
To agree to a demand or proposal
Very old-fashioned
Having very little understanding; "in the dark"
The stem and outer shell of a grain; the waste/trash
Accede
To agree to a demand or proposal
Antediluvian
Very old-fashioned
10 terms
HSPT VOCABULARY DAY 4
Allure
Amiss
Anarchy
Apathetic
The power to attract or charm
In a wrong or imperfect way
A state of society without government or law.
Feeling or showing little emotion
Allure
The power to attract or charm
Amiss
In a wrong or imperfect way
10 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Week 4
Accede
Antediluvian
Benighted
Chaff
To agree to a demand or proposal
Very old fashioned
Having very little understanding
The stem and outer shell of a grain (the waste or trash of th…
Accede
To agree to a demand or proposal
Antediluvian
Very old fashioned
520 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
234 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abrasive
abridge
ambivalence
acquiescent
(adj) irritating, grinding, eroding
(verb) to shorten or to make smaller
(noun) being unsure of something or feeling of being pulled i…
(adj) reluctantly agreeable
abrasive
(adj) irritating, grinding, eroding
abridge
(verb) to shorten or to make smaller
335 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abate
abet
abhor
abject
become less in amount or intensity
encourage
detest; hate
showing humiliation or submissiveness
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abet
encourage
131 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
493 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
131 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
107 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
Amass
Abdicate
Obstinate
Debilitate
(verb) collect or gather; get or gather together
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
(adj) stubborn
(verb) make weak
Amass
(verb) collect or gather; get or gather together
Abdicate
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
20 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Set 4
bourgeois
vestige
haughty
vivacious
middle class or reflecting middle-class values
A trace or reminder
overly proud
Lovely, sprightly, full of spirit, Lively
bourgeois
middle class or reflecting middle-class values
vestige
A trace or reminder
132 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
51 terms
HSPT vocabulary #4
smite
solace
soporific
spontaneous
to strike/hit
comfort in sorrow
something that puts you to sleep
without effort or premeditation
smite
to strike/hit
solace
comfort in sorrow
20 terms
HSPT Vocabulary List #4
Absurd
Boisterous
Corrupt
Detrimental
adj. utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue; co…
adj. rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unre…
adj. guilty of dishonest practices, as bribery; lacking integ…
adj. damaging or harmful
Absurd
adj. utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue; co…
Boisterous
adj. rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unre…
56 terms
HSPT vocabulary
abjure
abode
accord
acrid
Give up, renounce; repudiate, recant, or shun (especially for…
the place where one lives; home
(V) give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition) (N)…
Harsh, bitter
abjure
Give up, renounce; repudiate, recant, or shun (especially for…
abode
the place where one lives; home
493 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
20 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Set 4
exonerate/exculpate
fallacy
feral
fervent
to free from blame or guilt
an error in fact or logic
wild
full of intense feeling, zealous
exonerate/exculpate
to free from blame or guilt
fallacy
an error in fact or logic
22 terms
HSPT Vocabulary 4
Raze
Redoubtable
Regicide
Repugnant
tear down so as to make flat with the ground
inspiring fear
the act of killing a king
Offensive to the mind
Raze
tear down so as to make flat with the ground
Redoubtable
inspiring fear
41 terms
HSPT Vocabulary #4
LENIENT
LETHARGY
LIMBER
MAGNANIMOUS
merciful, not strict
drowsiness, tiredness, inability to do anything much
bending and moving easily
having a great or noble spirit, acting generously, patiently,…
LENIENT
merciful, not strict
LETHARGY
drowsiness, tiredness, inability to do anything much
HSPT Vocabulary List 4
Jocular
Kudos
Languid
Malleable
Characterized by jokes and good humor
An expression of approval and commendation
Lacking spirit or liveliness
Capable of being shaped or bent
Jocular
Characterized by jokes and good humor
Kudos
An expression of approval and commendation
20 terms
HSPT vocabulary list #4
Absurb
Boisterous
Corrupt
Detrimental
Utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue; contrar…
Ross in noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrained
Guilty of dishonest practices, as bribery; lacking integrity;…
Damaging; harmful
Absurb
Utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue; contrar…
Boisterous
Ross in noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrained
10 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Day 4
debase
deduce
demise
denigrate
reduce in quality or value, lower esteem
(v) draw as logical conclusion
the time when something ends
to attack reputation of; to criticise in a derogatory manner
debase
reduce in quality or value, lower esteem
deduce
(v) draw as logical conclusion
100 terms
HSPT Vocabulary List 1-4
abate
abet
abjure
banter
(v.)to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
(v.) to exchange playful remarks, tease; (n.) talk that is pl…
abate
(v.)to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
abet
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
21 terms
HSPT #4
mettle
mimic
mollify
morose
strength, spirit, courage
to imitate in a teasing way
to soothe in temper, appease, soften
gloomy, having a sullen disposition
mettle
strength, spirit, courage
mimic
to imitate in a teasing way
16 terms
HSPT Vocabulary 1
Import
Postmodern
Eloquent
Lucid
To bring in
Extremely modern
Well spoken
Easily understood
Import
To bring in
Postmodern
Extremely modern
18 terms
HSPT 4
evade
exasperate
exemplify
exhilarating
to avoid, escape, or elude
to frustrate, make worse, agitate, or exacerbate
to set up an example, demonstrate, represent, illustrate, sym…
exciting, thrilling, breathtaking, or invigorating
evade
to avoid, escape, or elude
exasperate
to frustrate, make worse, agitate, or exacerbate
20 terms
HSPT vocabulary
ignoble
illiterate
immaculate
impair
not noble; common
unable to read or write
spotlessly clean; pure
weaken or damage
ignoble
not noble; common
illiterate
unable to read or write
30 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
grow less in intensity or degree
reduce (a text) in length
sparing in eating and drinking
not concrete
abate
grow less in intensity or degree
abridge
reduce (a text) in length
20 terms
HSPT vocabulary
lavish
lax
lexicon
lithe
sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious
not sufficiently strict or severe
the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge
flexible, supple; graceful
lavish
sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious
lax
not sufficiently strict or severe
59 terms
HSPT vocabulary
amiable
glum
prejudice
neglect
friendly
sad
bias
not take care of something or someone
amiable
friendly
glum
sad
131 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
131 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
become less in amount or intensity
concede
acknowledge defeat
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
520 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
15 terms
HSPT vocabulary
concede
apathy
propaganda
abate
acknowledge defeat; admit
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some…
to reduce in amount
concede
acknowledge defeat; admit
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things gen…
20 terms
HSPT vocabulary
mundane
muse
nadir
negligent
ordinary
be absorbed in thought
the lowest point (the opposite of zenith)
failing to take proper care in doihng something
mundane
ordinary
muse
be absorbed in thought
493 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to make briefer, to shorten
irritating, grinding, rough
to shorten, to reduce
to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
to make briefer, to shorten
abrasive
irritating, grinding, rough
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