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Junior English
abstinence
attentive
attenuate
contentious
voluntary avoidance of certain pleasures, especially foods or…
observant; considerate
to reduce in strength or force
quarrelsome
abstinence
voluntary avoidance of certain pleasures, especially foods or…
attentive
observant; considerate
15 terms
Junior English Unit 7
Fort
Fortuitous
Fortuity
Ausp
happening by chance
happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
chance or accident
bird-watcher, fortune-teller
Fort
happening by chance
Fortuitous
happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
11 terms
Junior English Unit 8
Importune
Importunate
Rapport
Insufferable
to urge or beg without end
extremely demanding; insistent
a positive relationship
impossible to bear; intolerable
Importune
to urge or beg without end
Importunate
extremely demanding; insistent
37 terms
Junior English
Affliction
Adversity
Habitation
Lamentable
Something that causes pain or suffering
Difficulties, misfortune
A particular place to live
Conditions that are deplorably bad
Affliction
Something that causes pain or suffering
Adversity
Difficulties, misfortune
14 terms
Junior English Unit 1
Feasible
Discomfit
Edification
Malfeasance
Capable of being accomplished
to embarrass and confuse
improvement or enlightment
misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
Feasible
Capable of being accomplished
Discomfit
to embarrass and confuse
16 terms
Junior English Unit 6
Somn
Somnolent
Sopor
Soporific
sleep
drowsy; sleepy
sleep
(adj.) causing sleep or fatigue
Somn
sleep
Somnolent
drowsy; sleepy
21 terms
Junior English
What is an allegory?
What is theme?
What's the definition of irony?
What are the three types of irony?
a text that uses a story to teach us about something... -story w…
the overall message of the text
a contradiction/incongruity between appearance, expectation,…
The three types of irony are verbal irony, situational irony,…
What is an allegory?
a text that uses a story to teach us about something... -story w…
What is theme?
the overall message of the text
English junior
Stoic
Inherent
Abstract
Conviction
Seemingly unaffected by and or displaying little emotion
Inside of ones being
Difficult to undersand ;not concreate or able to be seen
A strong belief
Stoic
Seemingly unaffected by and or displaying little emotion
Inherent
Inside of ones being
Junior english
Rancorous
Obstinate
Idealize
Penitent
Hateful
Stubborn
Consider perfect
Expressing remorse
Rancorous
Hateful
Obstinate
Stubborn
80 terms
Junior College English Vocab
Usurp
Acquiesce
Magnanimous
Copious
unlawful seizure
to comply with
nobly generous
abundant/plentiful/many
Usurp
unlawful seizure
Acquiesce
to comply with
45 terms
Junior English Language Glossary
Abstract noun
Adjective
Adverb
Alliteration
refer to qualities or things that we cannot see - love, hate,…
describing words
tells us how, when or where an action takes place
the repetition of consonant sounds, usually at the start of a…
Abstract noun
refer to qualities or things that we cannot see - love, hate,…
Adjective
describing words
Junior English
Arbitration
Attache
Consulate
Covenant
Settling things with a mediator ... The process by which the pa…
A person officially assigned to the staff of a diplomatic
...
A binding agreement made by two or more persons or parties; c…
Arbitration
Settling things with a mediator ... The process by which the pa…
Attache
A person officially assigned to the staff of a diplomatic
12 terms
Junior English Unit 7
Fortuitous
Fortuity
Auspices
Auspicious
happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
chance or accident
protection or support; patronage
followed by favorable circumstances
Fortuitous
happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
Fortuity
chance or accident
12 terms
Junior English
The story of an Hour
The Lottery
A Good Man is Hard to Find
The Chrysanthemums
Author: Kate Chopin
Author: Shirley Jackson... Themes: rituals and traditions
Author: Flannery O'Conner... grandma does a wrong turn and they…
Author: John Steinback
The story of an Hour
Author: Kate Chopin
The Lottery
Author: Shirley Jackson... Themes: rituals and traditions
Junior English
Week 1 Vocab
Aberration
Abound
Abstemious
...
The fact or an instance of deviating or being a deviation esp…
Exist of a large numbers or amounts
Not self-indulgent especially when eating and drinking
Week 1 Vocab
...
Aberration
The fact or an instance of deviating or being a deviation esp…
20 terms
Junior English
acquisitive
arrogate
banal
belabor
(adj) Able to get ideas and retain information.... s: greedy, av…
(v) To claim or take without right.... s: expropriate, commandee…
(adj) Hackneyed, trite, commonplace.... s: stale, insipid... a: fre…
(v) To work on excessively... s: overwork
acquisitive
(adj) Able to get ideas and retain information.... s: greedy, av…
arrogate
(v) To claim or take without right.... s: expropriate, commandee…
10 terms
English junior
malinger
catharsis
incessent
extrapolate
to pretend to be sick to get out of doing work
the relief after emotions are spent
to continue without stopping
to concur, conclude
malinger
to pretend to be sick to get out of doing work
catharsis
the relief after emotions are spent
10 terms
English junior
Aversion
Concatenation
Dupe
Garish
Dislike of
Linking into chains
Fool someone
Gaudy
Aversion
Dislike of
Concatenation
Linking into chains
Junior English
William Bradford
Jonathan Edwards
Anne Bradstreet
Arthur Miller
Puritanism- Plymouth plantation
Puritanism - sinners in the hands of an angry God
Puritanismism-Upon a burning house
Crucible
William Bradford
Puritanism- Plymouth plantation
Jonathan Edwards
Puritanism - sinners in the hands of an angry God
Junior English
madien name
busywork
fill in time
involved
旧姓 ( noun ) My mother's madien name was "Yukutake".
忙しいだけで価値のない仕事、時間つぶしの仕事/勉強 ( noun ) i don't really want to do…
( spend time ) I often to play the guitar to fill in my time.
〜に関係している[in, with] 深く関わる My sister became a student involved…
madien name
旧姓 ( noun ) My mother's madien name was "Yukutake".
busywork
忙しいだけで価値のない仕事、時間つぶしの仕事/勉強 ( noun ) i don't really want to do…
24 terms
Junior English
Juxapostion
Irony
Antimetabole
Colloquial
The placement of two things closely together to emphasize com…
When what i said or don't is the opposite of what is expected
The religion of words in inverted order to sharpen contrast
Slang
Juxapostion
The placement of two things closely together to emphasize com…
Irony
When what i said or don't is the opposite of what is expected
14 terms
Junior English
Abate
Acknowledging
Agent
Authority
To become weaker to decrease
To admit the exitence of
A person who acts or does business for another
The right give order make decision or take action
Abate
To become weaker to decrease
Acknowledging
To admit the exitence of
Junior English
Everyday use by
What is ironic about wangeros understa…
Characteristics of Native American Lit…
Creation myths
Alice walker
Values objects not culture of it
Creation myths ... Encomienda
Explanation of world
Everyday use by
Alice walker
What is ironic about wangeros understa…
Values objects not culture of it
Junior english
Amphitheater
Apology
Catharsis
Classic
round/oval, unroofed building with seats around the stage
autobiography form. a defense is the framework for the discus…
Gives reader several different emotions especially different…
Best literary work of its kind. unique, nothing else like it.…
Amphitheater
round/oval, unroofed building with seats around the stage
Apology
autobiography form. a defense is the framework for the discus…
20 terms
junior english
ab
flu
moll
peri
from, away
flow
soft
around, near
ab
from, away
flu
flow
Junior English
Peripheral
Peruse
Philistine
Piety
Near outer edges
To study
Narrow minded
Religious devotion
Peripheral
Near outer edges
Peruse
To study
junior english
aberration
abstinence
abstract
acclaim
something not typical; a deviation from the standard
act of refraing from
Theoretical
Applaud; announce with great approval
aberration
something not typical; a deviation from the standard
abstinence
act of refraing from
20 terms
English junior
Hidebound
Vignette
Proselyte
Fait accompli
Narrowminded and rigid; stubborn, unthinkingly. Adj
A short verbal description or sketch; a picture with edges th…
A convert or disciple noun
An accomplishment and presumably deed or fact. Noun
Hidebound
Narrowminded and rigid; stubborn, unthinkingly. Adj
Vignette
A short verbal description or sketch; a picture with edges th…
145 terms
Junior English
Mal
Post
Port
Dict
Bad
After
Carry
Say
Mal
Bad
Post
After
Junior English
Extemporizing
Supercilious
Hauteur
Contiguous
Speaking without preparation
Patronizing
Arrogance
Side by side
Extemporizing
Speaking without preparation
Supercilious
Patronizing
10 terms
Junior English
Milquetoast
Baroque
Rudimentary
Pithy
A timid, meek or unassertive person (noun)
Having many details or too many details (adjective)
Undeveloped basic (Adjective)
Using words in a clever and effective way ( Adjective)
Milquetoast
A timid, meek or unassertive person (noun)
Baroque
Having many details or too many details (adjective)
10 terms
junior english
Achilles' heel
Adonis
Aeolian
Apollo
today, one spot that is most vulnerable; one weakness a perso…
handsome young man; Aphrodite loved him.
anything pertaining to wind; god who was Keeper of Wind
a physically perfect male; the God of music and light; known…
Achilles' heel
today, one spot that is most vulnerable; one weakness a perso…
Adonis
handsome young man; Aphrodite loved him.
60 terms
Junior English
Example Card
Prodigal
Supercilious
Complacent
Definition, sentence, picture or memory cue
DEF:... (adj.)spending money or resources freely and recklessly;…
DEF:... (adj.)behaving or looking as though one thinks one is su…
DEF:... (adj.)showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with onese…
Example Card
Definition, sentence, picture or memory cue
Prodigal
DEF:... (adj.)spending money or resources freely and recklessly;…
132 terms
Junior English Vocab
Usurp
Acquiesce
Magnanimous
Copious
Unlawful seizure
To comply with
Nobly generous
Abundant/plentiful/many
Usurp
Unlawful seizure
Acquiesce
To comply with
10 terms
Junior English - Vocab List #5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
to drape or adorn festively
to honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
cheerful; merry
jocular
characterized by joking
10 terms
Junior English Unit 12
Sedition
Ambiance
Precedent
Contravene
act or practice aimed at undermining authority; rebellion
environment surrounding; atmosphere
tradition; an act or decision that is used as a model for fut…
to violate or go against
Sedition
act or practice aimed at undermining authority; rebellion
Ambiance
environment surrounding; atmosphere
21 terms
Junior English
What is an allegory?
What is theme?
What's the definition of irony?
What are the three types of irony?
a text that uses a story to teach us about something... -story w…
the overall message of the text
a contradiction/incongruity between appearance, expectation,…
The three types of irony are verbal irony, situational irony,…
What is an allegory?
a text that uses a story to teach us about something... -story w…
What is theme?
the overall message of the text
13 terms
English Junior Seminar
Illicit (adj.)
ambiguous (adj.)
ambivalent (adj.)
rationalization (n.)
unlawful
doubtful; unclear
having opposing feelings for a person, object, or idea
satisfying but false reason for one's behavior
Illicit (adj.)
unlawful
ambiguous (adj.)
doubtful; unclear
13 terms
Junior English Seminar- Winter
chronic (adj.)
malefactor (n.)
covenant (n.)
verisimilitude (n.)
continuing or lingering; firmly established by habit
a wrongdoer
an agreement
the appearance of being real or true
chronic (adj.)
continuing or lingering; firmly established by habit
malefactor (n.)
a wrongdoer
12 terms
Junior English Seminar 3
redemption (n.)
redeem (v.)
malicious (adj.)
relegate (v.)
compensation for faults
compensate for faults
intended to do harm
banish; remove or dismiss to a lower position
redemption (n.)
compensation for faults
redeem (v.)
compensate for faults
9 terms
English Junior Seminar 2nd
cajole (v.)
pious (adj.)
vagrant (adj,n.)
hedonism (n.)
to persuade by flattery or promises
devoted to religion
a person without a settled home or regular work who wanders p…
pursuit of pleasure
cajole (v.)
to persuade by flattery or promises
pious (adj.)
devoted to religion
29 terms
Junior English
Ascertain
Augment
Benevolent
Bereft
to find out
to make larger
kindly, charitable
deprived of
Ascertain
to find out
Augment
to make larger
15 terms
Junior English
Periphery
Subterfuge
Vacillate
Expedient
Area around the edges;outermost part
Sneaky scheme or strategy
To move back and forth from lack of balance; waver
Useful for som purpose; convenient
Periphery
Area around the edges;outermost part
Subterfuge
Sneaky scheme or strategy
Junior English
Ancient
Ascend
Assemble
Attack
Modern
Descend
Disperse
Defence
Ancient
Modern
Ascend
Descend
11 terms
Junior English - Vocab #6
somnolent
soporific
sopor
languid
adj - drowsy; sleepy
adj - causing sleep or fatigue
n - sleep; drowsiness
adj - lacking energy; weak
somnolent
adj - drowsy; sleepy
soporific
adj - causing sleep or fatigue
38 terms
Junior AP English Vocab
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Allusion
The interpretive level of a word based on it's associated mea…
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
Descriptive or figurative language in a literary work that ap…
A figure of speech that makes a reference to people, places,…
Connotation
The interpretive level of a word based on it's associated mea…
Denotation
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
10 terms
Junior English Vocab 7
fortuitous
fortuity
auspices
auspicious
adj - happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
n - chance or accident
n - endorsement; protection or support; patronage
adj - favorable; conducive to success
fortuitous
adj - happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
fortuity
n - chance or accident
11 terms
Junior English Unit 10 (blue book)
Totalitarian
Totality
Holistic
Catholic
having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
completeness
concerning the whole rather than the parts
covering a broad range; universal
Totalitarian
having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
Totality
completeness
50 terms
Junior English
Ambivalent
Anomaly
Sarcastic
Dearth
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Deviation from the norm or what is expected.
Mocking; derisive; taunting; stinging, sardonic, snide
A scarcity or shortage of something, Paucity
Ambivalent
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm or what is expected.
11 terms
Junior English Unit 11 (blue book)
Assertion
Exertion
Dissertation
Disconcert
something declared or stated positively
the use of power and of strength
a formal and long paper, written for a degree at a university…
to upset and confuse
Assertion
something declared or stated positively
Exertion
the use of power and of strength
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