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15 terms
The Giver Section 4 vocabulary
Luxuriating
Ruefully
Ecstatic
Solitude
Enjoy
with regret
Excited
Alone
Luxuriating
Enjoy
Ruefully
with regret
16 terms
The Giver section 4 vocabulary
Luxuriant
Ruefully
Ecstatic
Solitude
Abundant or lush in growth
Causing sorrow or pity
Characterized by ecstasy
Seclusion
Luxuriant
Abundant or lush in growth
Ruefully
Causing sorrow or pity
The Giver Section 4 vocabulary
Luxuriating
Ruefully
Ecstatic
Solitude
to enjoy oneself without stint; revel: to luxuriate in newly…
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable: a rueful plight
of, pertaining to, or characterized by ecstasy.
the state of being or living alone; seclusion: to enjoy one's…
Luxuriating
to enjoy oneself without stint; revel: to luxuriate in newly…
Ruefully
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable: a rueful plight
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The Giver section 4 vocabulary
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
very pleasurable; indulging in pleasure
inspiring pity or compassion; causing, feeling, or expressing…
feeling great delight or happiness
the state of being alongside
luxuriating
very pleasurable; indulging in pleasure
ruefully
inspiring pity or compassion; causing, feeling, or expressing…
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The Giver Vocabulary Section 4
ecstatic
expertise
faltered
glimpse
overjoyed
expert skill or knowledge
to be unsteady in purpose or action
a very brief passing look
ecstatic
overjoyed
expertise
expert skill or knowledge
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Language Arts: Vocabulary Section 4
Annul
Blasé
Bolster
Deplore
To reduce to nothing to make ineffictive or inoperative to de…
Indifferent bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures.
To support give a boost to a long pillow or cushion a support…
To feel or express regret or disapproval
Annul
To reduce to nothing to make ineffictive or inoperative to de…
Blasé
Indifferent bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures.
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Section 4 & 5: The Giver Vocabulary~
ruefully
solitude
faltered
ecstatic
causing sorrow (or pity)
to be alone
to hesitate (or give away)
great joy
ruefully
causing sorrow (or pity)
solitude
to be alone
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Language Arts Vocabulary Section 4
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
(noun) a joining together for some common purpose... Synonyms: p…
(verb) to puzzle completely, confuse ... Synonyms: perplex, conf…
(noun) a clown; a course, stupid person... Synonyms: jester, dunce
(adjective) arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement... Synon…
alliance
(noun) a joining together for some common purpose... Synonyms: p…
bewilder
(verb) to puzzle completely, confuse ... Synonyms: perplex, conf…
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The Giver Vocabulary Section 4 (Chapter 16-19)
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
very pleasurable; relaxing
Regretfully; sorrowfully
intensely and overpoweringly happy
the state of being alone
luxuriating
very pleasurable; relaxing
ruefully
Regretfully; sorrowfully
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The Giver: Vocabulary Section 4 (Chapters 16-19)
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
to enjoy oneself
causing sorrow or pity
Extremely happy
being alone
luxuriating
to enjoy oneself
ruefully
causing sorrow or pity
22 terms
Language arts section 4
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
to make free of guilt
think or believe
destroy
to cause doubt
acquit
to make free of guilt
deem
think or believe
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Language Arts The Giver Vocabulary
apprehensive
ritual
chastise
chortle
worried,nervous,uncertain
ceremony of tradition
to punish
to laugh
apprehensive
worried,nervous,uncertain
ritual
ceremony of tradition
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Giver Section 4 Vocabulary
Luxuriating
Ruefully
Ecstatic
Solitude
to enjoy oneself
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
intensely and overpoweringly happy
the state of being alone
Luxuriating
to enjoy oneself
Ruefully
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
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Giver Vocabulary Section 4
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
enjoy oneself in a luxurious way; take self-indulgent delight
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excite…
the state or situation of being alone.
luxuriating
enjoy oneself in a luxurious way; take self-indulgent delight
ruefully
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
16 terms
Giver Section 4 Vocabulary
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
to enjoy oneself without stint, reveal
causing sorrow or pity, pitiable, deplorable
of, relating to, or characterized by ecstasy or a state of su…
the state of being or living alone, seclusion
luxuriating
to enjoy oneself without stint, reveal
ruefully
causing sorrow or pity, pitiable, deplorable
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Giver Vocabulary Section 4
luxuriating
ruefully
ecstatic
solitude
to enjoy ones self without stint
causing sorrow or pity
pertaining to
the state of being or living alone
luxuriating
to enjoy ones self without stint
ruefully
causing sorrow or pity
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"The Giver" Language Arts Vocabulary and Terms
apprehensive
nurture
awed
transgression
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
(v.) to bring up, care for, train, nourish; (n.) rearing, tra…
amazed
a violation of a law, command, or duty
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
nurture
(v.) to bring up, care for, train, nourish; (n.) rearing, tra…
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LANGUAGE ARTS: The Giver Vocabulary #1
quinoa
perforated
ambiguous
obligatory
a type of seed/grain found in the Andes
to hole punch
unclear; open to more than one meaning
required by legal, moral, or other rule
quinoa
a type of seed/grain found in the Andes
perforated
to hole punch
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language arts the giver vocabulary for test
Apprehensive
Nurture
Awed
Transgression
Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
To bring up, care for, train, nourish
Inspired with feelings of admiration and wonder caused by som…
A violation of a law, command, or duty
Apprehensive
Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Nurture
To bring up, care for, train, nourish
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Language Arts: The Giver Vocabulary- Chapter 1-5 Section 1
Intrigued
Adherence
Obediently
Aptitude
Verb; to bring curiosity/interest of by unusual qualities; I…
Noun; quality of adhering, steady devotion, support, allegian…
Adjective adverb; to obey, obeying; I obediantly followed my…
Noun; capability, ability for a talent; I have a good aptitud…
Intrigued
Verb; to bring curiosity/interest of by unusual qualities; I…
Adherence
Noun; quality of adhering, steady devotion, support, allegian…
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Section 4 vocab Language Arts
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
(N) A rapid, large-scale outpouring of something... S: Bombardme…
(N) An intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person... S: racist
(V)To indicate, point out; to appoint; (adj) selected but not…
(N) difference, variety; a condition of having mary different…
Barrage
(N) A rapid, large-scale outpouring of something... S: Bombardme…
Bigot
(N) An intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person... S: racist
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Language Arts: The Giver Vocabulary- Chapter 1-5 Section 2
integrity
relinquish
prestige
anguish
noun; to have the quality of being honest; the man has great…
verb; to surrender or to give up; after a long reign, the kin…
noun; a reputation of rising from success; the man has the hi…
noun; suffering or pain; Everyone felt anguish during the dep…
integrity
noun; to have the quality of being honest; the man has great…
relinquish
verb; to surrender or to give up; after a long reign, the kin…
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language arts vocab section 4
aggregation
assimilate
augment
collision
n. accumulation, a collection
v. to become part of; to absorb
v. to enlarge; to increase
n. a crash
aggregation
n. accumulation, a collection
assimilate
v. to become part of; to absorb
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Language Arts Vocabulary From The Giver
Shroud
Unanimous
Gravitating
Disdain
A thing that envelops or obscures something
In agreement
To be drawn to, fall to
A feeling of strong dislike or disapproval
Shroud
A thing that envelops or obscures something
Unanimous
In agreement
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Language arts vocabulary giver
Adherence
Apprehensive
Chastisement
Disposition
Obedience to a rule
Nervous
A punishment
A person's temperament
Adherence
Obedience to a rule
Apprehensive
Nervous
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Language Arts Vocabulary fir The Giver
Distraught
Prominent
Chastised
Tabulated
To be deeply agitated, as from worry or grief
Leading, important, or well-know
To scold or discipline, punish
To arrange information in an organized way, to be studied
Distraught
To be deeply agitated, as from worry or grief
Prominent
Leading, important, or well-know
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Language arts 11 section 4
What never spanned a land better than…
What startles the echoes with its cries
Find the asylum
Who are the types of noble womanhood
The winds of heaven
Steam car
The wrecked mind
Her genelemothers
What never spanned a land better than…
The winds of heaven
What startles the echoes with its cries
Steam car
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LANGUAGE ARTS: The Giver Vocabulary #3
exasperated
curb
impulse
singular
to irritate, provoke, or 'push buttons' annoyingly (v)
to restrain (v)
the influence of a particular feeling (n)
extraordinary; remarkable, exceptional (adj)
exasperated
to irritate, provoke, or 'push buttons' annoyingly (v)
curb
to restrain (v)
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Language arts 1-4 the giver
Ironic adj.
Palpable adj.
Wheedle V.
Disposition n.
Opposite of the expected outcome
Able to be touched or felt
To persuade someone to do something
Mood/attitude
Ironic adj.
Opposite of the expected outcome
Palpable adj.
Able to be touched or felt
25 terms
Art 201: Section 4 Vocabulary
prefiguration
catacombs
lunette
nave
In early Christian art, the depiction of Old Testament person…
Subterranean networks of rock-cut galleries and chambers desi…
A semicircular area (with the flat side down) in a wall over…
The central area of an ancient Roman basilica or of a church,…
prefiguration
In early Christian art, the depiction of Old Testament person…
catacombs
Subterranean networks of rock-cut galleries and chambers desi…
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Language Arts: The Giver Vocabulary Part 2
leisurely
luxury
bypass
serene
acting or done at leisure; unhurried or relaxed
the state of great comfort and extravagant living
a road passing around a town or its center to provide an alte…
calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil
leisurely
acting or done at leisure; unhurried or relaxed
luxury
the state of great comfort and extravagant living
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Language Arts Vocabulary The Giver 8th grade.
Adequately
Apprehensive
Sympathetically
Transgression
Doing what is expected and nothing more.
Uneasy or fearful about something that may happen.
Showing kindness, understanding, concerned about someone in a…
Act against a law, rule, or code of conduct.
Adequately
Doing what is expected and nothing more.
Apprehensive
Uneasy or fearful about something that may happen.
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Language Arts Vocabulary for The Giver Chapters 15-23
Contorted
Carnage
Immobilized
Ecstatic
to twist or bend out of its normal shape
the killing of a large number of people
prevent something from moving or operation normally
feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excite…
Contorted
to twist or bend out of its normal shape
Carnage
the killing of a large number of people
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Language Arts Giver vocabulary words
Intrigue
Jeer
Palpable
Wheedle
To cause, To be interested, or courious
Laugh at with contempt.
Capable of being touched or felt.
To persuade someone by being nice to them.
Intrigue
To cause, To be interested, or courious
Jeer
Laugh at with contempt.
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Giver Vocabulary Words Language Arts
distraught
apprehensive
disposition
transgression
very upset, agitated
uneasy about something that might happen, fearful, anxious
state of mind regarding something, personality
violations of laws, rules, commands, or duty
distraught
very upset, agitated
apprehensive
uneasy about something that might happen, fearful, anxious
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Language Arts Giver Vocabulary Lists 1 + 2
palpable
adherence
torrent
scrupulously
easily perceived: plain
process of showing attachment or devotion
an overwhelming flow (torrents of circumstances)
acting in a manner that reveals principles
palpable
easily perceived: plain
adherence
process of showing attachment or devotion
12 terms
Total Language Plus - The Yearling - Section 4 - Vocabulary
Coquetry
Cudgeling
Dissipate
Deflect
Flirting, teasing
Bludgeoning, beating with a club
Scatter, dispel, squander, disperse
deviate, avert, sidetrack, bend or turn aside
Coquetry
Flirting, teasing
Cudgeling
Bludgeoning, beating with a club
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Total Language Plus - The Yearling - Section 4 - Vocabulary
Coquetry
Cudgeling
Dissipate
Deflect
Flirting, teasing
Bludgeoning, beating with a club
Scatter, dispel, squander, disperse
deviate, avert, sidetrack, bend or turn aside
Coquetry
Flirting, teasing
Cudgeling
Bludgeoning, beating with a club
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Language arts 8th grade vocab section 4
FORM
MISINFORMATION
REFORM
FORMATIVE
To form, establish
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness,order, or morality syn:correct ant…
Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
To form, establish
MISINFORMATION
Untrue or wrong information
16 terms
Giver section 4 vocab
Luxuriating
Ruefully
Ecstatic
Solitude
to enjoy oneself without stint; revel
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
of, relating to, or characterized by ecstasy or a state of su…
the state of being or living alone; seclusion
Luxuriating
to enjoy oneself without stint; revel
Ruefully
causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable
16 terms
Language Arts; The Giver Chapters 1-4 Vocab Words
Ironic
Palpable
Wheedle
Disposition
The opposite of what is intended or expected.
Noticeable; intense; obvious.
To influence someone through flattery or trickery.
Personality; attitude.
Ironic
The opposite of what is intended or expected.
Palpable
Noticeable; intense; obvious.
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AM language arts Giver vocabulary Quiz
reprieve
meticulous
integrity
exuberant
relief
exact
honesty
excited
reprieve
relief
meticulous
exact
10 terms
Language arts B The Giver 2nd Vocabulary STUDY FOR EXAM
Stench
isolation
perceive
irrational
an offensive smell or odor; stink
An act, state of mind, and/or emotion where you feel isolated…
To become aware of, know, or identify by means of the senses.
Without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason.
Stench
an offensive smell or odor; stink
isolation
An act, state of mind, and/or emotion where you feel isolated…
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Language Arts Giver Vocabulary Final (tough words)
Papable
Transgression
Adherence
Aptitude
able to be touched or felt
the act that goes against law, or code of conduct
sticking to something, being faithful
a natural ability to do something
Papable
able to be touched or felt
Transgression
the act that goes against law, or code of conduct
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #4
sequence
theme
dictionary
glossary
the order something happens
the main idea of the story, the lesson
a reference book that contains words listed in alphabetical o…
a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words fo…
sequence
the order something happens
theme
the main idea of the story, the lesson
10 terms
Section 4 Vocabulary Review (chapters 16-19)
ecstatic
solitude
faltered
risk
delighted
loneliness/isolation
stammered
a chance at losing
ecstatic
delighted
solitude
loneliness/isolation
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Language Arts Vocabulary 4
brilliant
keen
suspicious
glorious
shining brightly; splendid or magnificent; intelligence
sharp or quick in seeing, hearing, thinking; sharp edge
questionable; distrustful
delightful; wonderful; completely enjoyable
brilliant
shining brightly; splendid or magnificent; intelligence
keen
sharp or quick in seeing, hearing, thinking; sharp edge
17 terms
Language Arts Section 1 Vocabulary
Plot
Resolution
Falling Action
Climax
The main events of a novel devised and presented by the write…
The act of solving a problem or dispute
The part of a story before the ending and after the climax
The most intense, exciting, or important point of a story
Plot
The main events of a novel devised and presented by the write…
Resolution
The act of solving a problem or dispute
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The Giver vocabulary section 2 (Chapters 4-8)
Exempt
Prohibit
Dismay
Compel
Freed from or not obligated to do something.
Banned or not allowed.
Struck with fear.
Force or motivate someone to do something.
Exempt
Freed from or not obligated to do something.
Prohibit
Banned or not allowed.
9 terms
The Giver vocabulary section 1 (chapters 1-4)
Infraction
Reluctant
Interdependence
Emblem
An offence or something that was done wrong.
Hesitant or shy to do something.
Depending on someone or something.
A symbol
Infraction
An offence or something that was done wrong.
Reluctant
Hesitant or shy to do something.
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