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English Love Vocabulary 3
Essential
Passive
Profane
Shrine
noun... Vital
adjective... requiring no energy
noun... Showing contempt toward sacred things
noun... A place of worship
Essential
noun... Vital
Passive
adjective... requiring no energy
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I LOVE ENGLISH 3, UNIT 1 VOCABULARY
unit
adventure
swim
climbing
õppeühik
seiklus
ujuma
ronimine
unit
õppeühik
adventure
seiklus
English III Vocabulary (3)
Emulate (Verb)
Allude (Verb)
Terse (Adjective)
Enigma (Noun)
To try equal; copy the way another person acts.
To refer causally or indirectly
Nearly or effectively concise; brief
Puzzle; a puzzling occurrence or situation
Emulate (Verb)
To try equal; copy the way another person acts.
Allude (Verb)
To refer causally or indirectly
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English III Vocabulary Chapter 3
coalesce
decadence
exemplary
exuberance
to join
a decline
excellent
joy
coalesce
to join
decadence
a decline
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English III Vocabulary List #3
Insolence
Prone
Diversion
Annihilate
Quality or instance of being disrespectful and insulting
Having a tendency,inclined; lying flat, face down
A turning aside, as of traffic or attention; a game or pastim…
To destroy completely; to vanquish; to make in ineffectual or…
Insolence
Quality or instance of being disrespectful and insulting
Prone
Having a tendency,inclined; lying flat, face down
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I LOVE ENGLISH 3, UNIT 1 VOCABULARY
unit
adventure
swim
climbing
õppeühik
seiklus
ujuma
ronimine
unit
õppeühik
adventure
seiklus
English III Vocabulary 3
bombast (noun)
bona fide (adj.)
boor (noun)
bovine (adj.)
Impressive but meaningless language
In good faith; genuine, legitimate
A rude or impolite person
Pertaining to cows or cattle
bombast (noun)
Impressive but meaningless language
bona fide (adj.)
In good faith; genuine, legitimate
English III Vocabulary 3
Impartial
Menace
Legitimate
Morale
Fair; not biased; without prejudice
A threat
In accordance with accepted laws, rules, and standards
State of mind with respect to confidence and enthusiasm; spirit
Impartial
Fair; not biased; without prejudice
Menace
A threat
Vocabulary 3 English III
Indigent
onerous
repose
vilify
very poor
burdensome
to rest or lie down
to lower importance or defame
Indigent
very poor
onerous
burdensome
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Vocabulary 3 English III
Stench
Gaunt
Agape
Strongbox
-A strong and very unpleasant smell... - Stink, Reek, Whiff, Fun…
-Lean and Haggard, usually because of suffering hunger or age…
-Reference to the mouth being wide open with surprise or wond…
-A small lockable box, made of metal... -Coffer, Safe... So he kept…
Stench
-A strong and very unpleasant smell... - Stink, Reek, Whiff, Fun…
Gaunt
-Lean and Haggard, usually because of suffering hunger or age…
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English III Vocabulary 3
benign
defamation
esoteric
extol
not causing harm, of gentle disposition
act of harming or ruining another's reputation
understood only by a small group or select few
to praise or glorify
benign
not causing harm, of gentle disposition
defamation
act of harming or ruining another's reputation
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English III Vocabulary #3
Avarice
Facade
Mendacity
Abhor
extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
an outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pl…
untruthfulness
regard with disgust and hatred
Avarice
extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
Facade
an outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pl…
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English III Vocabulary #3
Polemic (n)
Obdurate (adj)
Discreet (adj)
Ardent (adj)
A powerful argument made to attack or controversial issue
Stubborn and insensitive
Marked by exercising or showing prudence and wise self-restra…
Passionate; enthusiastic
Polemic (n)
A powerful argument made to attack or controversial issue
Obdurate (adj)
Stubborn and insensitive
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vocabulary 3 english III
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away: to make indifferent or hostile
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away: to make indifferent or hostile
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English III Vocabulary #3
deference
egregious
fallacious
immutable
n; courteous regard for another's wish
adj; conspicuous, standing out from the mass (used particular…
adj; embodying a falsehood; misleading as in wrong thinking/r…
adj; unchangable
deference
n; courteous regard for another's wish
egregious
adj; conspicuous, standing out from the mass (used particular…
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EnglishIII vocabulary 3
Disposition
Credence
Gallant
Recollect
NOUN... The tendency of one's spirits; natural mental and emotio…
NOUN... Belief in or acceptance of something as true.
ADJ... Brave; heroic.
VERB... To remember; recall.
Disposition
NOUN... The tendency of one's spirits; natural mental and emotio…
Credence
NOUN... Belief in or acceptance of something as true.
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English III Vocabulary List 3
Adversity
Calamity
Constitution
Habitation
difficulty, misfortune
disaster, catastrophe
composition of something
occupancy, residency
Adversity
difficulty, misfortune
Calamity
disaster, catastrophe
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English III Vocabulary List #3
Insidious
Privilege
Vigilant
Candid
Adjective: causing harm in a way that is gradual or not easil…
Noun: a right or benefit that is given to some people and not…
Adjective: carefully noticing problems or signs of danger
Adjective: expressing opinions and feelings in an honest and…
Insidious
Adjective: causing harm in a way that is gradual or not easil…
Privilege
Noun: a right or benefit that is given to some people and not…
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English III Vocabulary 3
bigot
cajole
candid
canine
one who is not tolerant of another's beliefs
to persuade with false promises
outspoken or blunt; straight forward
dogs
bigot
one who is not tolerant of another's beliefs
cajole
to persuade with false promises
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English III Vocabulary -- Week 3
ambidextrous
intangible
wistful
beleaguer
able to use both hands equally well
not able to be touched or be perceived by touch
(adj.) full of melancholy yearning or longing, sad, pensive
besiege or attack (with an army); harass; beset
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
intangible
not able to be touched or be perceived by touch
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English III - Week 3 Vocabulary
abstruse
admonitory
amortization
A priori
hard to understand
warning
the putting aside of money at intervals, for gradual payment
based on theory instead of experience or experiment
abstruse
hard to understand
admonitory
warning
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English III - Vocabulary 3/20
demotic
praetors
narcissus
myrrh
of the common people
magistrate of ancient Rome, next below consuls in rank
bulb plants with smooth leaves and clusters of white, yellow,…
a fragrant, bitter-tasting gum resin used in making incense a…
demotic
of the common people
praetors
magistrate of ancient Rome, next below consuls in rank
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Vocabulary List 3 (English III)
Appease
Capricious
Egregious
Fallacious
(V) to make (someone) please or less angry by giving or sayin…
(ADJ) subject to whims or passing fancies; spur of the moment
(ADJ) conspicuous, standing out from the mass (used particula…
(ADJ) embodying a falsehood; misleading as in wrong thinking/…
Appease
(V) to make (someone) please or less angry by giving or sayin…
Capricious
(ADJ) subject to whims or passing fancies; spur of the moment
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English III Vocabulary 3
Antithesis
Demagogue
Austere
Autonomous
A direct opposite, a contrast
an unprincipled politician
Strict, stern; unadorned, ascetic
Independent, self-contained
Antithesis
A direct opposite, a contrast
Demagogue
an unprincipled politician
Vocabulary 3 - English III
Compromise
Condescending
Conditional
Conformist
To settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
Possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
Depending on a condition, e.g, In a contract
Person who complies with accepted rules and customs
Compromise
To settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
Condescending
Possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
English III Vocabulary 3
Travail
Confound
Muse
Alacrity
Agony
To mix up; confuse
To think deeply and at length
Eagerness or readiness
Travail
Agony
Confound
To mix up; confuse
English III Vocabulary 3
Novice
banter
connotation
nostalgie
an inexperienced person; a beginner
teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner; to enga…
the suggested, or implied, meaning of a word, not its strict…
having a singing for things past
Novice
an inexperienced person; a beginner
banter
teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner; to enga…
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English III - Vocabulary (3)
Admonishing
Integrate
Perennial
Blithe
Warn mildly
Unify
Constant
Carefree
Admonishing
Warn mildly
Integrate
Unify
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Vocabulary 3 English III
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
to have an intense dislike or hatred
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cause or c…
to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute
Abominate
to have an intense dislike or hatred
Acculturation
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
English III Vocabulary 3
Verdure
Verdant
Viridity
Candid
Greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation.
Green; lush with vegetation.
Lack of experience; innocence.
Open and sincere.
Verdure
Greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation.
Verdant
Green; lush with vegetation.
English III vocabulary 3
Abstain
Derivative
Expedite
Impute
Restrain oneself
Imitative of the work of another person
Make happen sooner
Represent something
Abstain
Restrain oneself
Derivative
Imitative of the work of another person
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English III Vocabulary 3
Intractable
Irrefutable
Lackluster
Lethargic
adj. hard to manage; stubborn
adj. cannot be disproved
adj. lacking brightness; dull; lacking liveliness
adj. drowsy; dull; sluggish; slow moving
Intractable
adj. hard to manage; stubborn
Irrefutable
adj. cannot be disproved
English III Vocabulary 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Ascribe
Circuitous
Find repugnant; Despise, Loathe, Hate
The process of assimilating new ideas into an existing cognit…
Attribute or credit to
Marked by obliqueness or indirection in speech or conduct; de…
Abominate
Find repugnant; Despise, Loathe, Hate
Acculturation
The process of assimilating new ideas into an existing cognit…
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English III Vocabulary 3
symposium
foreshadow
scrutinize
evasive
a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collection o…
t indicate or suggest beforehand
to examine closely
avoiding by cleverness; not straightforward
symposium
a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collection o…
foreshadow
t indicate or suggest beforehand
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English III vocabulary 3
Hackneyed (adj.)
Verbose (adj.)
Capricious (adj.)
Anarchy (n.)
Used so often as to lack originality
Extremely wordy in speech or writing
Changing ones mind quickly and often
Political disorder and confusion
Hackneyed (adj.)
Used so often as to lack originality
Verbose (adj.)
Extremely wordy in speech or writing
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English III Vocabulary 3
Futile
Horoscope
Grovel
Heirloom
(adj.) 1. incapable of producing any result; ineffective; not…
(noun) 1. a diagram of the heavens, showing the relative posi…
(verb w/o obj) 1. to humble oneself or act in an abject manne…
(noun) a family possession handed down from generation to gen…
Futile
(adj.) 1. incapable of producing any result; ineffective; not…
Horoscope
(noun) 1. a diagram of the heavens, showing the relative posi…
English III Vocabulary 3
Collusion
Exigent
Confluence
Discrete
a secret agreement
urgent
a coming together
separate
Collusion
a secret agreement
Exigent
urgent
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Vocabulary 3 English III
Angi
angiosperm
angina pectoris
bas
vessel (usually blood)
angi (vessel) sperm (seed)... Flowering plants
angi (vessel) pectus (breast) -- chest pain due to insufficie…
low
Angi
vessel (usually blood)
angiosperm
angi (vessel) sperm (seed)... Flowering plants
Vocabulary #3: English III
Tryanny
Consolation
Impious
Ravage
Unjustly severe government
Consoling, comfort, solace
Not pious or religious
To work havoc
Tryanny
Unjustly severe government
Consolation
Consoling, comfort, solace
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English III vocabulary 3
Abhor
Abstraction
Acme
Affluence
hates, loathes
a deduction, an idea separate from specific objects
top, highest point of perfection
riches, abundance
Abhor
hates, loathes
Abstraction
a deduction, an idea separate from specific objects
English III Vocabulary #3
Abject
Prosaic
Propriety
Revile
(Adj) Miserable and wretched
(Adj) Dull, lacking distinction
(Noun) Conforming to good manners or appropriate behavior
(Verb) To attack with words, call bad names
Abject
(Adj) Miserable and wretched
Prosaic
(Adj) Dull, lacking distinction
English III Vocabulary 3
Condescend
Wistful
Prostrate
Remonstrate
To stoop to someone else's level, usually in am offensice way…
Yearning; sadly longing
To put or throw flat (verb)... Laying flat (adjective)
To argue against; to protest; to raise objections
Condescend
To stoop to someone else's level, usually in am offensice way…
Wistful
Yearning; sadly longing
English III-3
Accost
Asinine
Benevolent
Consternation
to approach and address someone boldly or aggressively
foolish, unintelligent, silly
kindly; charitable
fear or shock that makes one feel helpless or bewildered
Accost
to approach and address someone boldly or aggressively
Asinine
foolish, unintelligent, silly
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English III Vocabulary 3
Abhor (v) abhorrence (n) abhorrent (adj)
Abstraction (n) abstractive (adj)
Acme (n)
Affluence (n) affluent (adj)
HATES, LOATHES, DETESTS; The good man abhors corrupt dealings.
A DEDUCTION, AN IDEA SEPARATE FROM SPECIFIC OBJECTS; To form…
TOP, HIGHEST POINT OF PERFECTION; The drill team's marching w…
RICHES, ABUNDANCE, OPULENCE; He inherited enough money to liv…
Abhor (v) abhorrence (n) abhorrent (adj)
HATES, LOATHES, DETESTS; The good man abhors corrupt dealings.
Abstraction (n) abstractive (adj)
A DEDUCTION, AN IDEA SEPARATE FROM SPECIFIC OBJECTS; To form…
English III vocabulary #3
Calamity (n)
Chicanery (n)
Chide (v)
Churlish (adj)
diaster or tragedy ... Syn: adversity, mishap, distress... Ant: adv…
the use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or leg…
to scold or rebuke.... Syn: berate, blame ... Ant: applaud, approve
rude in a mean-spirited or surly way.... Syn: grump, rude ... Ant:…
Calamity (n)
diaster or tragedy ... Syn: adversity, mishap, distress... Ant: adv…
Chicanery (n)
the use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or leg…
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English III (Vocabulary 3)
vilify
deride
daunt
florid
to belittle, disparage, criticize
to mock, ridicule, make fun of
to intimidate
flushed, reddish or pinkish in color
vilify
to belittle, disparage, criticize
deride
to mock, ridicule, make fun of
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English III: Vocabulary 3
VERD, VIRID
CAND
PALL
LIVID
green
white, pure; to glow, burn
to be pale
bluish-black
VERD, VIRID
green
CAND
white, pure; to glow, burn
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English III: Vocabulary 3
Anomaly
Bereaved
Connoisseur
Corroborate
An irregularity, deviation from the normal order, form, or ru…
Deprived or left desolate, especially through death
a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes
to support with evidence
Anomaly
An irregularity, deviation from the normal order, form, or ru…
Bereaved
Deprived or left desolate, especially through death
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Vocabulary 3- English iii
Bubolic
Pretentious
Gullible
Convivial
charmingly rural
making ridiculous claims
easily deceived
fond or partying; festive
Bubolic
charmingly rural
Pretentious
making ridiculous claims
English III: Vocabulary 3
Cogent (adj)
Nettle (verb)
Discursive (adj)
Turgid (adj)
clear, logical, and convincing argument
to irritate; annoy; disturb
lacking order
grandiose language
Cogent (adj)
clear, logical, and convincing argument
Nettle (verb)
to irritate; annoy; disturb
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