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26 terms
Huckleberry Finn #3
dissenting (v)
pious (adj)
eavesdrop (v)
garret (n)
To have an opinion that is different from those commonly or o…
Devoutly religious
To secretly listen to a conversation.
Top floor or attic room
dissenting (v)
To have an opinion that is different from those commonly or o…
pious (adj)
Devoutly religious
13 terms
Huckleberry Finn List 3
muse
cavort
pommel
haughty
to think about something carefully
to spend time in an enjoyable, but often improper way
high, round part on the front of a saddle
arrogant
muse
to think about something carefully
cavort
to spend time in an enjoyable, but often improper way
12 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab 3
Outrageous
Raspy
Fraud
Deceive
Grossly offensive to the sense of right or decency. Of the na…
Harsh; grating; rasping. Easily annoyed; irritable.
Deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, pe…
To mislead by a false appearance or statement; delude: (They…
Outrageous
Grossly offensive to the sense of right or decency. Of the na…
Raspy
Harsh; grating; rasping. Easily annoyed; irritable.
28 terms
Huckleberry Finn
dialect
commence
skiff
providence
a particular form of a language that is characteristic of a s…
begin; start
a shallow, flat bottomed boat
the protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power
dialect
a particular form of a language that is characteristic of a s…
commence
begin; start
15 terms
Huckleberry Finn Quiz 3
Muggings
trifling
Blether
Warbling
attacks on people in which they are robbed in a public place
not significant
talking a lot without meaning
sing softly
Muggings
attacks on people in which they are robbed in a public place
trifling
not significant
20 terms
Huckleberry Finn Week 3
texas
impudent
insurrection
garret
part of steamer's hurricane deck
discourteous
rebellion
attic
texas
part of steamer's hurricane deck
impudent
discourteous
35 terms
Huckleberry Finn
Who is the main character of the novel?
Who is Huck's best friend and the lead…
Which two people take care of Hucklebe…
Who is Miss Watson's slave?
Huckleberry Finn
Tom Sawyer
Miss Watson and Widow Douglas
Jim
Who is the main character of the novel?
Huckleberry Finn
Who is Huck's best friend and the lead…
Tom Sawyer
Rap 3 Huckleberry Finn
Angagonistic
Benevolent
Bogus
Confound
Showing or expressing hostility or opposition
Performing good or charitable acts and not seeking to make pr…
Not genuine; counterfeit
To cause a confused situation to become even more confused
Angagonistic
Showing or expressing hostility or opposition
Benevolent
Performing good or charitable acts and not seeking to make pr…
21 terms
Huckleberry Finn vocabulary 3
adage
mourning
scoundrel
wigwam
- (Noun) A proverb or short statement expressing a general tr…
(Noun) The expression of deep sorrow for someone who has died…
- (Noun) A dishonest or unscrupulous person; a rogue.
- (Noun) A dome-shaped hut or tent made by fastening mats, sk…
adage
- (Noun) A proverb or short statement expressing a general tr…
mourning
(Noun) The expression of deep sorrow for someone who has died…
16 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab 3
Forlorn
Haughty
Earnest
Bodkin
Pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely
Arrogantly superior and disdainful
Resulting from or showing sincere and intense conviction
A blunt, thick needle with a large eye used especially for dr…
Forlorn
Pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely
Haughty
Arrogantly superior and disdainful
15 terms
Huckleberry Finn vocab #3
wince
bygone
sublime
pallet
to shrink or draw back slightly
belonging to an earlier time; a thing dating from an earlier…
to be great, noble, or majestic
a straw-filled mattress; a small, hard, or temporary bed
wince
to shrink or draw back slightly
bygone
belonging to an earlier time; a thing dating from an earlier…
20 terms
Huckleberry Finn 3
Gaudy
Dismal
Staving
Ell
Tasteless of showy ornamentation
Causing gloom or depression
To hold off or repel
A wing of a building at right angles to the main structure
Gaudy
Tasteless of showy ornamentation
Dismal
Causing gloom or depression
15 terms
Huckleberry Finn #3
dissenting (v)
pious (adj)
eavesdrop (v)
garret (n)
To have an opinion that is different from those commonly or o…
Devoutly religious
To secretly listen to a conversation.
Top floor or attic room
dissenting (v)
To have an opinion that is different from those commonly or o…
pious (adj)
Devoutly religious
12 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab #3
careened
gaudy
plunder
confound
turned on its side for cleaning, caulking, or repair
extravagantly bright and showy
the violent and dishonest acquisition of property; stealing
confusion or anger
careened
turned on its side for cleaning, caulking, or repair
gaudy
extravagantly bright and showy
62 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab 3
victuals
commenced
dismal
ransomed
food
began
gloomy
free from captivity for a price
victuals
food
commenced
began
8 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab #3
Feuding
Aggravate
Wigwam
Procession
Prolonged hostility between 2 parties; conflict
Annoy, irritate, provoke, to bother
A dome shaped hut or tent made by fastening mats, skins, or b…
A number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly f…
Feuding
Prolonged hostility between 2 parties; conflict
Aggravate
Annoy, irritate, provoke, to bother
5 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary List 3
adage
scoundrel
astonishment
stile
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth.
A dishonest or unscrupulous person; a rogue.
Great surprise, amazement
An arrangement of steps that allows people but not animals to…
adage
A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth.
scoundrel
A dishonest or unscrupulous person; a rogue.
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn part 3
capered
cavorting
scow
tartar
to leap or frisk about; frolic
to have lively or boisterous fun; romp
a large flat bottom boat with square ends, used chiefly for t…
a person regarded as ferocious or violent
capered
to leap or frisk about; frolic
cavorting
to have lively or boisterous fun; romp
20 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab Block 3
soliloquy
lynch
wigwam
sockdolager
the act of talking while or as if alone
to kill usually by hanging with or without a trial
a Native American dome shaped shelter
a mighty punch
soliloquy
the act of talking while or as if alone
lynch
to kill usually by hanging with or without a trial
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary List 3
adage
mourning
scoundrel
wigwam
(Noun) A proverb or short statement expressing a general trut…
(Noun) The expression of deep sorrow for someone who has died…
(Noun) A dishonest or unscrupulous person; a rogue.... Sentence:…
(Noun) A dome-shaped hut or tent made by fastening mats, skin…
adage
(Noun) A proverb or short statement expressing a general trut…
mourning
(Noun) The expression of deep sorrow for someone who has died…
14 terms
Huckleberry Finn Ch 1-3
old rags
respectable
by and by
oath of loyalty
old, dirty clothes with holes
proper; worthy of respect
as time passes; a little while later
promise to stay true always
old rags
old, dirty clothes with holes
respectable
proper; worthy of respect
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn
MARK TWAIN
THE NOVEL'S SETTING
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
HUCK FINN
The author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. His real na…
The story takes place in Hannibal, Missouri, which at the tim…
The river starts in Minnesota and runs down into Louisiana wh…
The main character & the narrator. He is 12 years old and dec…
MARK TWAIN
The author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. His real na…
THE NOVEL'S SETTING
The story takes place in Hannibal, Missouri, which at the tim…
25 terms
Huckleberry Finn Ch 1-3
town drunk
grateful
old rags
respectable
someone who is known for drinking too much in public
to be thankful for something
old, dirty clothes with holes
proper; worthy of respect
town drunk
someone who is known for drinking too much in public
grateful
to be thankful for something
20 terms
Huckleberry Finn Ch. 1-3
Who is the narrator of the story?
Who is Huck living with at the beginni…
When does the novel take place?
Who is Huck's best friend?
Huckleberry Finn
Widow Douglas
During slavery; prior to the Civil War
Tom Sawyer
Who is the narrator of the story?
Huckleberry Finn
Who is Huck living with at the beginni…
Widow Douglas
10 terms
English vocabulary #3 Huckleberry Finn
Conjectured
Postulate
Confounded
Wantonly
An opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidenc…
To suggest (something such as an idea or theory) especially i…
Very bad or annoying; confused [perplexed]
Not limited or controlled [unrestricted, unrestrained]
Conjectured
An opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidenc…
Postulate
To suggest (something such as an idea or theory) especially i…
109 terms
Huckleberry Finn
corn
to float
roof
thunder
Mais
(auf der Wasseroberfläche) treiben
Dach
Donner
corn
Mais
to float
(auf der Wasseroberfläche) treiben
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn
MARK TWAIN
THE NOVEL'S SETTING
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
HUCK FINN
The author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. His real na…
The story takes place in Hannibal, Missouri, which at the tim…
The river starts in Minnesota and runs down into Louisiana wh…
The main character & the narrator. He is 12 years old and dec…
MARK TWAIN
The author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. His real na…
THE NOVEL'S SETTING
The story takes place in Hannibal, Missouri, which at the tim…
8 terms
Huckleberry Finn
Huck Finn
Jim
Tom Sawyer
Pap
son of abusive alcoholic; raised by Widow Douglas and Miss Wa…
Miss Watson's "property"; superstitious fortune-teller who es…
more refined and civilized than Huck; romantic: longs to recr…
abusive alcoholic, negligent father; close-mided racist caric…
Huck Finn
son of abusive alcoholic; raised by Widow Douglas and Miss Wa…
Jim
Miss Watson's "property"; superstitious fortune-teller who es…
186 terms
Huckleberry Finn
What do we know about Huck from the wa…
What is a "stretcher"?
Why does Mark Twain begin Huck Finn wi…
How does Huck feel about being civiliz…
He is young and uneducated
Someone who tell white lies or stretches the truth.
Because he uses some of the similar characters and to make mo…
He thought it was boring
What do we know about Huck from the wa…
He is young and uneducated
What is a "stretcher"?
Someone who tell white lies or stretches the truth.
29 terms
Huckleberry Finn
Fetch
Satisfied
Considerable
Advantage
be sold sold for a certain price
filled with contentment
large in number of amount or extent or degree
benefit resulting from some event or action
Fetch
be sold sold for a certain price
Satisfied
filled with contentment
18 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab Set 3
quicksilver
ransack
raspy
sanctify
the liquid metal mercury
to search or examine thoroughly; to rob, plunder
unpleasantly harsh or grating in sound
To make holy
quicksilver
the liquid metal mercury
ransack
to search or examine thoroughly; to rob, plunder
25 terms
Huckleberry Finn Ch 1-3
town drunk
grateful
old rags
respectable
someone who is known for drinking too much in public
to be thankful for something
old, dirty clothes with holes
proper; worthy of respect
town drunk
someone who is known for drinking too much in public
grateful
to be thankful for something
17 terms
Huckleberry Finn
Satire
Dialect
Vernacular
Irony
A work that reveals a critical attitude toward some element o…
A particular form of a language that is peculiar to a specifi…
Everyday language of ordinary people
A contrast between expectation and reality
Satire
A work that reveals a critical attitude toward some element o…
Dialect
A particular form of a language that is peculiar to a specifi…
20 terms
Huckleberry Finn
antihero
aphorism
motif
alacrity
(n.) A character who does not exhibit the typical qualities o…
(n.) A concise statement of a truth or principle
(n.) a principal idea, feature, theme, or element; a repeated…
(n.) a cheerful readiness; brisk and eager action
antihero
(n.) A character who does not exhibit the typical qualities o…
aphorism
(n.) A concise statement of a truth or principle
11 terms
Huckleberry Finn Chapter 1-3
Setting
Huck
Tom Sawyer
Jim
1830s- 40s; the Mississippi River along Missouri, Illinois, a…
narrator and main character, boy
Huck's best friend
runaway slave
Setting
1830s- 40s; the Mississippi River along Missouri, Illinois, a…
Huck
narrator and main character, boy
15 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab week 3
muskmelon
persimmon
pilot-house
starboard
a type of melon similar to a cantaloupe
a type of tree bearing a plumb-like fruit
an enclosed space in the front upper deck of a boat
the right side of a ship
muskmelon
a type of melon similar to a cantaloupe
persimmon
a type of tree bearing a plumb-like fruit
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab. List 3
Didactic
pallet
sublime
contrite
teaching, instructive
straw mattress or crude bedd
beauty that inspires admiration or awe
feeling or expressing remorse or regret
Didactic
teaching, instructive
pallet
straw mattress or crude bedd
186 terms
Huckleberry Finn
What do we know about Huck from the wa…
What is a "stretcher"?
Why does Mark Twain begin Huck Finn wi…
How does Huck feel about being civiliz…
He is young and uneducated
Someone who tell white lies or stretches the truth.
Because he uses some of the similar characters and to make mo…
He thought it was boring
What do we know about Huck from the wa…
He is young and uneducated
What is a "stretcher"?
Someone who tell white lies or stretches the truth.
27 terms
Huckleberry Finn vocab sec. 3
Acquit
Benefactor
Brazen
Caper
To find innocent
A person who helps
Brass
To frolick
Acquit
To find innocent
Benefactor
A person who helps
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary List #3
capered
cavorting
scow
tartar
to leap or frisk about; frolic
top have lively or boisterous fun; romp
a large flat bottom boat with square ends, used chiefly for t…
a person regarded as ferocious or violent
capered
to leap or frisk about; frolic
cavorting
top have lively or boisterous fun; romp
19 terms
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary 3
Sanctify
Pious
Obsequy
Frock
v - set apart as or declare holy; consecrate
adj - devoutly religious
n - a funeral rite or ceremony
n - a woman's or girl's dress; a loose outer garment, in part…
Sanctify
v - set apart as or declare holy; consecrate
Pious
adj - devoutly religious
18 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab English 3
Yaller Wench
Acts Seventeen
Addied
Knocked galley-west
A female slave with a yellow complexion
17th Chapter in the book of Acts in the Bible
Confused
Knocked out cold
Yaller Wench
A female slave with a yellow complexion
Acts Seventeen
17th Chapter in the book of Acts in the Bible
9 terms
Huckleberry Finn Q3 quotes
Freeing a free slave
Maturation brought upon wisdom
Tom is a romantic
More haste the less speed
The first time I catched Tom private I asked him what his ide…
Turn him loose! he ain't no slave; he's as free as any cretur…
"why, to saw Jim's leg off"
Maggiore fretta, minore atto
Freeing a free slave
The first time I catched Tom private I asked him what his ide…
Maturation brought upon wisdom
Turn him loose! he ain't no slave; he's as free as any cretur…
15 terms
Vocabulary Huckleberry Finn (Week 3)
Aristocracy
Pommel
Feud
Caper
(noun) the highest class in certain societies, especially tho…
(noun) a rounded knob on the end of the handle of a sword, da…
(noun) a state of prolonged mutual hostility, typically betwe…
(verb) skip or dance about in a lively or playful way
Aristocracy
(noun) the highest class in certain societies, especially tho…
Pommel
(noun) a rounded knob on the end of the handle of a sword, da…
29 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocabulary (Section 3)
Acquit
Benefactor
Brazen
Caper
To find innocent
A person who helps
Brass
To frolic
Acquit
To find innocent
Benefactor
A person who helps
10 terms
Huckleberry Finn- vocab set 3
Eaves
Flighty
Garret
Hew
lower part of a roof
easily excited
attic
to cut
Eaves
lower part of a roof
Flighty
easily excited
15 terms
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn wk 3
muskmelon
persimmon
pilot-house
starboard
a type of melon similar to a cantaloupe
a type of tree bearing a plumb-like fruit
an enclosed space in the front upper deck of a boat
the right side of a ship
muskmelon
a type of melon similar to a cantaloupe
persimmon
a type of tree bearing a plumb-like fruit
35 terms
Huckleberry Finn
Who is the main character of the novel?
Who is Huck's best friend and the lead…
Which two people take care of Hucklebe…
Who is Miss Watson's slave?
Huckleberry Finn
Tom Sawyer
Miss Watson and Widow Douglas
Jim
Who is the main character of the novel?
Huckleberry Finn
Who is Huck's best friend and the lead…
Tom Sawyer
12 terms
Huckleberry Finn Chapters 1-3
Victuals
Commenced
Dismal
Ransomed
Food
Began
Gloom or depression
Free from captivity for a price
Victuals
Food
Commenced
Began
27 terms
Huckleberry Finn Vocab section 3
Acquit
Benefactor
Brazen
Caper
To find innocent
Person who helps
Brass
To frolick
Acquit
To find innocent
Benefactor
Person who helps
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