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English Honors IB Vocab 3-4
prowness
venerable
medieval
hereditary
bravery;daring;strength;unusual skill or ability
deserving respect because of age, dignity, or character, hono…
belonging to the Middle Ages; gothic
of or passed down by inheritance from an ancestor; transmitte…
prowness
bravery;daring;strength;unusual skill or ability
venerable
deserving respect because of age, dignity, or character, hono…
Zoephel IB Honors English List 4
perverse
petulant
philanthropy
pillage
inclined to go against what is expected; stubborn; turned awa…
peevish, annoyed by trifles, easily irritated and upset
love of mankind especially through a desire or effort to prom…
to rob of goods by open force (as in war), plunder
perverse
inclined to go against what is expected; stubborn; turned awa…
petulant
peevish, annoyed by trifles, easily irritated and upset
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots List 4
acknowledgement
allotment
apportionment
bereavement
(n) an admission or notice of recepit
(n) a distribution; shares
(n) a dividing or sharing according to a plan
(n) the state of suffering a great loss, especially the death…
acknowledgement
(n) an admission or notice of recepit
allotment
(n) a distribution; shares
English II Honors/IB Semester 1 Vocab List 4
Disconsolate
Prevaricate
Insipid
Undaunted
adjective... 1.... without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhapp…
verb (used without object)... 1.... to speak falsely or misleadingl…
adjective... 1.... without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating…
adjective... 1.... undismayed; not discouraged; not forced to aband…
Disconsolate
adjective... 1.... without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhapp…
Prevaricate
verb (used without object)... 1.... to speak falsely or misleadingl…
40 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Vocabulary List #1-4
Prodigious
Noxious
Reprehensible
Adulation
Extraordinary in size, amount, extent. Wonderful, Marvelous
Deadly, injurious, harmful to Heath or physical well-being
Deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy
Excessive devotion to someone, servile flattery
Prodigious
Extraordinary in size, amount, extent. Wonderful, Marvelous
Noxious
Deadly, injurious, harmful to Heath or physical well-being
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Vocab #4- IB English
aristocratic
boisterous
brassiere
crooked
of or relating to government by an aristocracy; a class of pe…
rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrai…
a woman's undergarment for supporting the breasts.
not straightforward; dishonest
aristocratic
of or relating to government by an aristocracy; a class of pe…
boisterous
rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrai…
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English 1 Honors IB Roots
acr, acer
alg
amor, am
andro
bitter, sour
pain
love
male
acr, acer
bitter, sour
alg
pain
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English 10 Honors Pre AP/IB Chapters 3 & 4 Vocabulary
Bisect
Enigma
Fallacy
Finite
1. To divide into 2 equal or almost equal parts... 2. To interse…
A puzzling occurrence or person; a riddle
1. A misconception; a misleading belief... 2. An unsound argument
Having bounds or limits; measurable
Bisect
1. To divide into 2 equal or almost equal parts... 2. To interse…
Enigma
A puzzling occurrence or person; a riddle
37 terms
IB/Honors Chemistry Topic 4
Allotrope
Anion
Cation
Covalent Bond
Different forms of an element in the same physical state.
A negatively charged ion. It is attracted to the anode during…
A positively charged ion. It is attracted to the cathode duri…
The electrostatic attraction between a pair of electrons and…
Allotrope
Different forms of an element in the same physical state.
Anion
A negatively charged ion. It is attracted to the anode during…
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English II Honors - Lesson #4
abscond
access
anarchy
arduous
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
approach or admittance to places; entry
a lack of government and law; chaos; turmoil
hard to do; requiring much effort
abscond
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
access
approach or admittance to places; entry
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LA-Pre IB Honors roots 4
Affidavit
CARN
Carnage
Carnal
sworn statement made in writing
flesh
great destruction of life (battle); slaughter
having to do with bodily pleasures
Affidavit
sworn statement made in writing
CARN
flesh
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HONORS ENGLISH IB - VOCABULARY LIST #1
Dialect
Imagery
Reverberate
Descent
The form of a language as it is spoken in a certain place or…
Refers to words and phrases that appeal to the reader's senses.
To re-echo, resound.
A way down, a going down, a fall.
Dialect
The form of a language as it is spoken in a certain place or…
Imagery
Refers to words and phrases that appeal to the reader's senses.
English II Honors/IB Poetry terms
figurative language
allusion
apostrophe
hyperbole
when words are used to refer to something they do not literal…
a reference to a piece of information assumed to be known - o…
the rhetorical device of pretending to address an absent pers…
an obvious exaggeration for rhetorical effect (ex. There are…
figurative language
when words are used to refer to something they do not literal…
allusion
a reference to a piece of information assumed to be known - o…
20 terms
Honors English I - List 4
Precluded
Retribution
Impunity
Immolation
prevented
payback
freedom from consequence
destruction
Precluded
prevented
Retribution
payback
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English Honors IB Vocab 5-6
Agitation
Apparition
Cope
Moor
A violent shaking, and emotional disturbance or excitement, t…
A ghost, a phantom, an appearance seen suddenly
To deal with, to handle problems or difficulties
A large, open area of land, often marshy with Heather growing…
Agitation
A violent shaking, and emotional disturbance or excitement, t…
Apparition
A ghost, a phantom, an appearance seen suddenly
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English Honors/IB TOTC Characters Book 1
The guard of the carriage
The coachman
Messenger; raggedly bald, he had stiff…
Very orderly and methodical he looked,…
Joe
Tom
Jerry
Mr. Jarvis Lorry
The guard of the carriage
Joe
The coachman
Tom
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English 1 Honors IB Vocab 1-2
annals
demoralize
disperse
epic
chronological records ; historical accounts
to undermine the confidence of a person or group ; discourage…
to break up and scatter, to cause to vanish or disappear, to…
a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; adj. impres…
annals
chronological records ; historical accounts
demoralize
to undermine the confidence of a person or group ; discourage…
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English 2 Honors/IB Midsummer Quotes
"You theif of love! What, have tou con…
"My Oberon, what visions have I seen!…
"You have her father's love, Demetrius…
Ay me, for ought that I could ever rea…
Hermia
Titania
Lysander
Lysander
"You theif of love! What, have tou con…
Hermia
"My Oberon, what visions have I seen!…
Titania
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots List 3
recalcitrant
recant
recede
recourse
(adj) stubborn; resisting authority or domination
(v) to retract formally a statement or belief
(v) to move backwards
(n) a source of help, strength, or protection
recalcitrant
(adj) stubborn; resisting authority or domination
recant
(v) to retract formally a statement or belief
17 terms
English Honors/IB TOTC Vocabualry Sentences
...it was the age of foolishness, it w…
...which the Farmer Death, had already…
...after the mail was robbed in peace;…
In the midst of them, the hangman, eve…
Epoch... Epoch... Incredulity
Tumbrils
Potentate
Requisition
...it was the age of foolishness, it w…
Epoch... Epoch... Incredulity
...which the Farmer Death, had already…
Tumbrils
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Spanish II Honors/IB Chapter 4 Test
el animal
el bosque
el bosque tropical
el desierto
the animal
the forest
the tropical forest
the desert
el animal
the animal
el bosque
the forest
24 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Root Word Definitions
Scrib, script
Sequ, secu
Re, retro
Ment
To write
To follow
Back or backward
The act, state, quality or condition
Scrib, script
To write
Sequ, secu
To follow
English II Honors/IB Greek Theater Parts
Theatron
Orchestra
Parados
Proskenion
"seeing place"
main acting place
side acting entrances
low acting platform
Theatron
"seeing place"
Orchestra
main acting place
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots List 1
ascribe
circumscribe
describe
indescribable
(v) to assign to a supposed cause or source
(v) to draw a line around; to restrict the boundaries of
(v) to speak or write about in detail; to picture with words
(adj) that which cannot be put into words
ascribe
(v) to assign to a supposed cause or source
circumscribe
(v) to draw a line around; to restrict the boundaries of
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots List 2
consecutive
consequence
ensue
execute
(adj) following one after the other in correct order
(n) logical effect or outcome
(v) to come after or happen as a result of
(v) to carry out; to do
consecutive
(adj) following one after the other in correct order
consequence
(n) logical effect or outcome
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English 2 Honors/IB Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Assonance
the repetition of sounds, usually consonant sounds but someti…
reference to a person or place or event with witch the reader…
a digression in the form of an address to someone not present…
the repetition of vowel sounds followed by different consonan…
Alliteration
the repetition of sounds, usually consonant sounds but someti…
Allusion
reference to a person or place or event with witch the reader…
Zoephel: IB Honors English List 3
menagerie
milieu
misanthropy
misnomer
a collection of animals on display; a strange or diverse coll…
enviroment or surroundings
a disposition to dislike and mistrust other people
an incorrect or inappropiate name
menagerie
a collection of animals on display; a strange or diverse coll…
milieu
enviroment or surroundings
40 terms
English Honors/IB Roots List #5-8
Accredit
Credence
Credibility
Credential
Attribute responsibility or achievement
Trust or acceptance
Believeableness
References; attestation
Accredit
Attribute responsibility or achievement
Credence
Trust or acceptance
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots 15
Abettor
Agitator
Arbiter
Barterer
One who encourages or assists in the achievement of a purpose
One who excited or stirs up
One who judges disputes
One who trades goods or services for other foods or services
Abettor
One who encourages or assists in the achievement of a purpose
Agitator
One who excited or stirs up
29 terms
English Honors/IB Frankenstein Unit Exam
Where does the monster promise he will…
Where did Victor go after the monster…
Where does Victor ask his father to go
Where is Victor planning to meet Henry…
South America
Village of Chamounix ... &... Geneva
England
Strasburgh: a large city and major island port 70 miles north…
Where does the monster promise he will…
South America
Where did Victor go after the monster…
Village of Chamounix ... &... Geneva
20 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Roots 16
Accessible
Discernible
Exceptionable
Fallible
Approachable
Able to be seen or recognized
Likely to cause objection or exclusion
Liable to make a mistake
Accessible
Approachable
Discernible
Able to be seen or recognized
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English 2 Honors/IB Roots 13
Aggregate
Aggregation
Congregate
Congregationalism
Forming a collection from separate parts
Collection
Assemble; Come together
A system of organization among Christian churches whereby ind…
Aggregate
Forming a collection from separate parts
Aggregation
Collection
15 terms
English Honors/IB TOTC Background Quiz
When was Charles Dickens born?
What prison was Charles Dickens dad ar…
What are some themes of Dickens work
What newspaper made Charles Dickens fa…
February 7, 1812
Marshalsea Debtor's prison
Human suffering, inequality, and injustice
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club
When was Charles Dickens born?
February 7, 1812
What prison was Charles Dickens dad ar…
Marshalsea Debtor's prison
36 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Roots 14
Append
Appendix
Compendious
Compendium
Add; Join
Added material at end of document
Containing or presenting the essential facts of something in…
A collection of concise but detailed information about a part…
Append
Add; Join
Appendix
Added material at end of document
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English 1 honors/IB roots semester 1
Acr, acer
Alg
Amor, am
Andro
Bitter, sour
Pain
Love
Male
Acr, acer
Bitter, sour
Alg
Pain
25 terms
Honors English IB Vocabulary List 13
Allusion
Beseech
Connive
Dissect
An implied or indirect reference especially in literature
To beg (someone) for something; to ask (someone) in a serious…
To pretend ignorance of or fail to take action against someth…
To separate into pieces; expose several parts of (as an anima…
Allusion
An implied or indirect reference especially in literature
Beseech
To beg (someone) for something; to ask (someone) in a serious…
26 terms
Honors English IB Vocabulary List 14
Aloof
Breach
Connoisseur
Dissent
Removed of distant either physically or emotionally
Infraction or violation of a law, obligation, tie, or standard
Expert; especially one who understands details, technique, or…
To differ in opinion
Aloof
Removed of distant either physically or emotionally
Breach
Infraction or violation of a law, obligation, tie, or standard
81 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Julius Caesar Test
When was the play written and where wa…
What other history plays did Shakespea…
Where did Shakespeare get his story id…
What was the type of government that r…
1599; In the Globe
Richard III & Henry V;... Good story which had murder, bloodshed…
A popular book, Plutarch's Lives of the Noble Grecians and Ro…
Republic (2 consuls and a group of senators, ordinary citizen…
When was the play written and where wa…
1599; In the Globe
What other history plays did Shakespea…
Richard III & Henry V;... Good story which had murder, bloodshed…
13 terms
English 2 Honors/IB Frankenstein Background Test
When was Mary Shelley born
Who were Mary Shelley's parents
What famous document did her mom write?
Who did Mary Shelley marry?
1797
Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin
A Vindication of the Rights of Women (1792)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
When was Mary Shelley born
1797
Who were Mary Shelley's parents
Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin
27 terms
English Honors/IB Characters for the Ill-Made Knight
King Ban
Uncle Dap
Nimue
Sir Carados
Lancelot's father
Lancelot's uncle and squire
Merlyn's fiancé
Evil knight who captured Gawaine and is killed by Lancelot
King Ban
Lancelot's father
Uncle Dap
Lancelot's uncle and squire
20 terms
Zoephel Honors English IB List 5
Somber
Sonorous
Spurn
Stupefy
Gloomily dark, shadowy, dimly lighted
Giving out or capable of giving out a sound, especially deep…
To scorn, despise
To stun, shock
Somber
Gloomily dark, shadowy, dimly lighted
Sonorous
Giving out or capable of giving out a sound, especially deep…
10 terms
Honors English 10/Pre-IB UNIT 16
Ambiguous
Foremost
Imagery
Inference
Open to several possible meanings are interpretations; diffic…
The first in importance, place, or time semicolon chief
The use of vivid descriptions to make mental pictures
The act of drawing a conclusion from evidence
Ambiguous
Open to several possible meanings are interpretations; diffic…
Foremost
The first in importance, place, or time semicolon chief
12 terms
English Honors 2 #4
Implore(v.)
Preclude(v.)
Impunity(n.)
Surmount(v.)
to call upon in urgency(beg,plead)
make impossible especially beforehand(rule out,prevent)
free from punishment/loss(exemption)
to get to the top of; to prevail over; achieve something grea…
Implore(v.)
to call upon in urgency(beg,plead)
Preclude(v.)
make impossible especially beforehand(rule out,prevent)
100 terms
Honors English vocabulary 4
Abashed
abject
Abrade
Alchemy
Adjective. Means ashamed or embarrassed. ... Synonyms: humiliat…
Adjective. means extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading.…
Verb. means to scrape or wear away by friction or erosion. Sy…
Noun. means the medieval forerunner of chemistry, based on th…
Abashed
Adjective. Means ashamed or embarrassed. ... Synonyms: humiliat…
abject
Adjective. means extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading.…
23 terms
Pre-IB Honors English Persuasive essay terms
Rhetoric
Logos
Inductive Reasoning
Deductive Reasoning
The study and art of using language effectively and persuasiv…
Provoking the frontal cortex, an appeal to logic ex. statisti…
Moves from the specific to the general
Moving from the general to the specific
Rhetoric
The study and art of using language effectively and persuasiv…
Logos
Provoking the frontal cortex, an appeal to logic ex. statisti…
20 terms
Honors English 10 Pre IB Vocab
Bisect
Enigma
Fallacy
Finite
1. To divide into 2 equal or almost equal parts ... 2. To inters…
Puzzling occurrence or person; a riddlr
1. Misconception; misleading belief ... 2. An unsound argument
Having bounds or limits; measurable
Bisect
1. To divide into 2 equal or almost equal parts ... 2. To inters…
Enigma
Puzzling occurrence or person; a riddlr
12 terms
Honors English Vocabulary 4
Impunity
Retribution
Rapier
Machination
N. Exemption from punishment
N. Repayment; sometimes justly deserved
N. A small sword with a narrow blade used for thrusting
A crafty scheme; the act of plotting; a cunning design for th…
Impunity
N. Exemption from punishment
Retribution
N. Repayment; sometimes justly deserved
20 terms
Honors English 10 PreIB Vocabulary
Bisect
Enigma
Fallacy
Finite
1. To divide into two equal or almost equal parts... 2. To inter…
A puzzling occurrence or person; a riddle
1. A misconception; a misleading belief... 2. An unsound argument
Having bounds or limits; measurable
Bisect
1. To divide into two equal or almost equal parts... 2. To inter…
Enigma
A puzzling occurrence or person; a riddle
15 terms
Honors English II List 4
Sleek
Murmur
Tenuous
Suffuses
(Adjective) Smooth; glossy
(Noun) Low, indistinct, continuous sound
(Adjective) Slender or fine, as a fiber
(Verb) Overspreads; fills with a glow
Sleek
(Adjective) Smooth; glossy
Murmur
(Noun) Low, indistinct, continuous sound
40 terms
English Honors/IB Roots List #5-8
Accredit
Credence
Credibility
Credential
to approve; to certify
acceptance of something as true
Believability, trustworthiness
evidence concerning one's authority; written proof of a perso…
Accredit
to approve; to certify
Credence
acceptance of something as true
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