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11 terms
WYHS ACT English 3
Correlate
Correspond
Critical
Cumbersome
(v.) to correspond; to be mutually related
(v.) to be similar; coincides; goes with; to answer through w…
(adj.) important; having the potential to become disastrous;…
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
Correlate
(v.) to correspond; to be mutually related
Correspond
(v.) to be similar; coincides; goes with; to answer through w…
English Act 3
Ominous
Idealist
Plunder
Wrought
Forboding
Someone who sees things as they should be
To Steal or Loot
Created
Ominous
Forboding
Idealist
Someone who sees things as they should be
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English 3/4 Etymology List #2 (act)
act, ag, ig
de
lit
nav
do, drive, carry on, move
do the opposite of
law
ship
act, ag, ig
do, drive, carry on, move
de
do the opposite of
8 terms
English 11 Act 3
solemn
daft
contemptuous
prodigious
serious, grave manner or attitude
senseless, acting foolish
showing or express anger or hatred
extraordinary in size; a lot of something
solemn
serious, grave manner or attitude
daft
senseless, acting foolish
15 terms
English III ACT Vocabulary-Set 3
deficit
demean
depict
determine
(noun) the amount by which something is too small
(verb) cause a severe loss in the dignity of and respect for…
(verb) show or represent
(verb) 1. cause something to occur in a particular way; be th…
deficit
(noun) the amount by which something is too small
demean
(verb) cause a severe loss in the dignity of and respect for…
39 terms
English (act 3-5)
Effeminate adj.
Martial adj.
Dexterity n.
Exile v.
Having qualities associated more with women than men; unmanly
Inclined or disposed to war; warlike
Skill in the use of the hands or body; mental skill
To send someone into; to banish
Effeminate adj.
Having qualities associated more with women than men; unmanly
Martial adj.
Inclined or disposed to war; warlike
15 terms
English Vocab. Act 3
abundant
befuddle
effrontery
immaculate
existing or plentiful
unable to think clearly
boldness
clean or pure
abundant
existing or plentiful
befuddle
unable to think clearly
18 terms
English vocab act 3
Vestry
Wrath
Befuddled
Effrontery
a room or building attached to a church, used as an office an…
extreme anger (chiefly used for humorous or rhetorical effect).
make (someone) unable to think clearly
insolent or impertinent behavior.
Vestry
a room or building attached to a church, used as an office an…
Wrath
extreme anger (chiefly used for humorous or rhetorical effect).
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English - Crucible Act 3
abundant
auger
deposition
effrontery
having plenty of something
a tool for digging holes in the ground
the act of giving sworn evidence, like a testimony
impertinent (rude) behavior
abundant
having plenty of something
auger
a tool for digging holes in the ground
15 terms
H English 3/ACT words Unit 4
baroque
besmirch
celibate
debacle
highly ornate or extravagant in style; overly decorated
to make dirty; to stain
abstaining from sex
an overwelming defeat, rout; a complete collapse or failure
baroque
highly ornate or extravagant in style; overly decorated
besmirch
to make dirty; to stain
15 terms
English 3 Act 4 Vocabulary
Stench... noun
Gaunt... adj
Agape... adj
Strongbox ... noun
A strong and very unpleasant smell.... Syn- stink... Ant- fragranc…
Lean and haggard, usually because of suffering hunger or age.…
Reference to the mouth being wide open with surprise or wonde…
A small lockable box, made of medal... Syn- Safe... Ant- ... I keep…
Stench... noun
A strong and very unpleasant smell.... Syn- stink... Ant- fragranc…
Gaunt... adj
Lean and haggard, usually because of suffering hunger or age.…
18 terms
English Act 3 Vocabulary
devise
Rapier
mortal
gallant
plot; invent; property given by a will
a straight two edged sword with a narrow pointed blade
fatal; causing death; human
a young man of fashion; smart; polite and attentive to women
devise
plot; invent; property given by a will
Rapier
a straight two edged sword with a narrow pointed blade
16 terms
English Act 3
Bequeath
Chide
Derision
Entreat
to leave something for somoone else
scold
ridicule or mock
to ask someone anxiously to do something
Bequeath
to leave something for somoone else
Chide
scold
15 terms
H English 3/ACT words unit 3
adventitious
ambiguous
bona fide
cataclysm
happening by chance rather than design; not native
open to more than one meaning; unclear or inexact
genuine
a large scale and violent event in the natural world
adventitious
happening by chance rather than design; not native
ambiguous
open to more than one meaning; unclear or inexact
English Act 1- Act 3
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Dramatic monologue
Aside
Dramatic work that presents the downfall of a character(tragi…
Speech in which character speaks to themselves aloud usually…
Poem in which the speaker addresses a silent or absent listen…
A short speech directed to audience or other character not he…
Tragedy
Dramatic work that presents the downfall of a character(tragi…
Soliloquy
Speech in which character speaks to themselves aloud usually…
12 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
effeminate
garish
exile
plague
unmanly; womanly; soft and weak
excessively bright; glaring.
the act of expelling a person from their native land
A deadly disease that spreads rapidly from person to person.
effeminate
unmanly; womanly; soft and weak
garish
excessively bright; glaring.
14 terms
English Act 3 vocab
Vestry
Plantiff
Guile
Revelation
A room or building attached to a church, used as an office or…
A person who brings a case against another in court
Being skilled in deception
A surprising and previously unknown fact, especially make in…
Vestry
A room or building attached to a church, used as an office or…
Plantiff
A person who brings a case against another in court
16 terms
English Act 3 Vocabulary
Vestry
Undermine
Testament
Revelation
Room in church where sacred objects are stored
Impair
Proof
To reveal; That which has been disclosed
Vestry
Room in church where sacred objects are stored
Undermine
Impair
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English Vocabulary Act 3
Vestry
Undermine
Testament
Revelation
Sacristy; A sacred room where the clergy keeps sacred objects…
Impair, like someone's authority
Proof
Something revealed; that which has been disclosed
Vestry
Sacristy; A sacred room where the clergy keeps sacred objects…
Undermine
Impair, like someone's authority
13 terms
English Act 3 Vocab
Daft
Contentious
Contemptuous
Audible
Crazy; Foolish; Stupid
Quarrelsome
Scornful; Disdainful
Able to be heard
Daft
Crazy; Foolish; Stupid
Contentious
Quarrelsome
12 terms
English 3 act 3
Vestry ... Noun
Deposition... Noun
Deferentially ... Adverb
Befuddled ... Adjective
An elected group of people in a church formed to make a decis…
Testimony taken down in writing under an oath
Showing respect or esteem to someone in authority
Stupidified or confused
Vestry ... Noun
An elected group of people in a church formed to make a decis…
Deposition... Noun
Testimony taken down in writing under an oath
English Act 3 Vocab
Pedant
Prerogative
Amorous
Vex
Teacher
Privilege, special right
Loving, affectionate
Irritate, annoy someone
Pedant
Teacher
Prerogative
Privilege, special right
10 terms
English vocab Act 3
auditor
enamored
enthralled
perforce
a hearer, listener
to fill or inflame with love
captivated or charmed
of necessity
auditor
a hearer, listener
enamored
to fill or inflame with love
10 terms
English Vocab Act 3
Odious
Enamored
Purge
Lamenting
Smelly
In love
Cleanse
Grieving
Odious
Smelly
Enamored
In love
10 terms
english vocal act 3
verity
unbecoming
dauntless
jocund
(n.)—something that is regarded as true.
(adj.)—not appropriate for a person in a particular job or po…
(adj.)—very brave; invulnerable to fear or intimidation.
(adj.) - full of or displaying high-spirited joy.
verity
(n.)—something that is regarded as true.
unbecoming
(adj.)—not appropriate for a person in a particular job or po…
13 terms
English Act 3
appease
bay
bondman
carrion
put an end to, be satisfied; to make calm or quiet
a deep prolonged barking of a dog when pursuing or attacking
slave
dead and decaying flesh
appease
put an end to, be satisfied; to make calm or quiet
bay
a deep prolonged barking of a dog when pursuing or attacking
10 terms
English ACT vocab 3
Edifice
Ambidextrous
Belated
animate
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
able to use both hands equally well
delayed
to give life to
Edifice
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
Ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
13 terms
English Act 3
Validity
Loathed
Consort
Abhor
Legal soundness or force
To feel disgust
Companion
To regard with extreme aversion
Validity
Legal soundness or force
Loathed
To feel disgust
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English act-3
Impassive
Intervene
Ominous
Feigned
Without emotion
To come between disputing people
Portending evil or harm
Pretended
Impassive
Without emotion
Intervene
To come between disputing people
34 terms
English vocab act 3
Claps
Riband
Consort's with
Consort
To place entergetically
Fancy ribbon
Hang out with
A group of musicians who perform together
Claps
To place entergetically
Riband
Fancy ribbon
40 terms
English act 3
Scheldule
Sirrah
Puissant
Couching
Paper
Sir, a term of address used to inferiors or children to expre…
Powerful
Low bowing
Scheldule
Paper
Sirrah
Sir, a term of address used to inferiors or children to expre…
10 terms
English Vocab act 3
Abhor
Banishment
Calamity
Commend
Hate,detest
Exil, throw out
Disaster
Praise
Abhor
Hate,detest
Banishment
Exil, throw out
18 terms
English act 3
Auger
Contentios
Denounce
Effrontery
A tool for boring holes
Argumentative
To accuse
Shamelessness
Auger
A tool for boring holes
Contentios
Argumentative
11 terms
English Act 3
Hubris
Hamartia
Catharsis
Recognition
excessive pride or self-confidence.
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or hero…
the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from,…
the action or process of recognizing or being recognized, in…
Hubris
excessive pride or self-confidence.
Hamartia
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or hero…
9 terms
english vocab act 3
Abridge (adj)
arbor (N)
bondsman (n)
to enfranchise
shortened
place shaded by tree
slave
to free from slavery
Abridge (adj)
shortened
arbor (N)
place shaded by tree
english act 2 and act 3
Coquettishly
Menacingly
Eccentric
Oppressive
characteristically flirtatious,especially in a teasing light…
something that threatens to cause evil,harm,injury etc
unconventional and slightly strange
burdensome,unjustly harsh
Coquettishly
characteristically flirtatious,especially in a teasing light…
Menacingly
something that threatens to cause evil,harm,injury etc
13 terms
English Act 2 & 3
Protaganist
Pathos
Imagery
Oxymoron
Man character of a text that the reader id supposed to identi…
Stirs up emotions of pity, sympathy and sorrow
Words and phrases used to create mental "images" for the reader
Two opposite ideas are joined to create an effect
Protaganist
Man character of a text that the reader id supposed to identi…
Pathos
Stirs up emotions of pity, sympathy and sorrow
20 terms
Act 3 English
Posterity
Verities
Oracle
Parricide
Future generations
Truths
Fortune teller
Killing of parent
Posterity
Future generations
Verities
Truths
18 terms
College English Act 3
vestry
remorseless
wrath
contentious
a room in a church where meetings or classes are held
without compassion; relentless
fury often marked by a desire for vengeance
causing or likely to cause disagreement and disputes between…
vestry
a room in a church where meetings or classes are held
remorseless
without compassion; relentless
12 terms
English Act 3 vocabulary
Brawl
Effeminate
Eloquence
Exile
To fight noisily in a usually public space.
Having or showing qualities that are considered more suited t…
The ability to speak or write well and in an effective
A situation in which you are forced to leave your country or…
Brawl
To fight noisily in a usually public space.
Effeminate
Having or showing qualities that are considered more suited t…
17 terms
English act 3
Abide
Celestial
Chide
Chronicle
Endure, undergo
Pertaining to the sky or heaven
Scold, express disapproval
To record in history
Abide
Endure, undergo
Celestial
Pertaining to the sky or heaven
13 terms
English Vocabulary Act 3
appeased
apprehensive
censure
confounded
calmed
unsure
judge/criticize
confused
appeased
calmed
apprehensive
unsure
10 terms
English Act 3 Terms
Verity
Unbecoming
Dauntless
Jocund
Something that is regarded as true
Not appropriate for a person in a particular job or position
Very brave
Full of or displating high-spirited joy
Verity
Something that is regarded as true
Unbecoming
Not appropriate for a person in a particular job or position
15 terms
English Act 3
Buffets
Calamity
Consummation
Enterprises
Hits, strikes
Disaster, hardship
Completion, fulfillment
Projects, plans
Buffets
Hits, strikes
Calamity
Disaster, hardship
10 terms
English ACT 3
squalid
livid
flagellate
succinctly
wretched; miserable;degraded;sordid;neglected and filthy
enraged;furiously angry
to whip
expressed in few words
squalid
wretched; miserable;degraded;sordid;neglected and filthy
livid
enraged;furiously angry
15 terms
English ACT Vocab #3
Scapegoat (n.)
Peremptory (adj.)
Atelier (n.)
Axiom (n.)
One who bears the blame for others
Not allowing refusal or deny
An artist's or designer's workshop
A universal truth; an established rule
Scapegoat (n.)
One who bears the blame for others
Peremptory (adj.)
Not allowing refusal or deny
14 terms
English vocab ACT 3
entourage
alleviate
fidelity
aloof
group following and attending to a certain person
provide physical relief
being faithful
remote in manner; distant
entourage
group following and attending to a certain person
alleviate
provide physical relief
24 terms
ACT Prep 3 (English)
whittle
vibrancy
truncate
sparse
cut small bits or shavings from
having the character of a loud deep sound
to shorten
not dense
whittle
cut small bits or shavings from
vibrancy
having the character of a loud deep sound
9 terms
English Act 3 Vocab
fray
agile
exile
abhors
noisy fight
able to move quickly, gracefully
banished
hates, intensely dislikes
fray
noisy fight
agile
able to move quickly, gracefully
16 terms
English Act 3
Solanio "let me say "amen" bedtimes, l…
Shylock "hath not a Jew eyes?"
Shylock "if you tickle us, do we not l…
Shylock "the villainy you teach me I w…
Before Shylock enters, Solanio says....
In Shylocks "hath not a Jew" speech says...
Shylock tells us he laughs like any human
Shylock says that what the Christians do to him, he will return
Solanio "let me say "amen" bedtimes, l…
Before Shylock enters, Solanio says....
Shylock "hath not a Jew eyes?"
In Shylocks "hath not a Jew" speech says...
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