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English 11 - Lesson Eight
neologism
censure
deride
gambol
a new word or expression
to criticize sharply
to ridicule; to mock
to frolic; to romp about playfully
neologism
a new word or expression
censure
to criticize sharply
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English 11 - Lesson 3
symposium
foreshadow
scrutinize
evasive
n. a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collectio…
v. to indicate or suggest beforehand; to give a warning of
v. to examine closely or critically
adj. avoiding by cleverness; not straightforward; misleading
symposium
n. a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collectio…
foreshadow
v. to indicate or suggest beforehand; to give a warning of
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English 11 - Lesson 5
anagram
goad
noncommital
assertion
a word or phrase formed from another word or phrase by changi…
n. a prod for driving cattle; anything that drives or urges;…
not committing to any one position or course of action; not r…
the act of declaring something; a claim or declaration stated…
anagram
a word or phrase formed from another word or phrase by changi…
goad
n. a prod for driving cattle; anything that drives or urges;…
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English 11 - Lesson 2
prologue
conjecture
terse
misanthrope
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
an opinion without proof; guesswork - to speculate; to guess
brief and to the point (in writing or speaking); concise
an individual who dislikes or distrusts other human beings
prologue
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
conjecture
an opinion without proof; guesswork - to speculate; to guess
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English 11 - Lesson 1
vernacular
rhetorical
provocative
accentuate
the native language or dialect of a country or region; everyd…
the effective use of words (particularly in prose composition…
stimulating; pushing or tending toward action, thought, or st…
to emphasize; to heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark…
vernacular
the native language or dialect of a country or region; everyd…
rhetorical
the effective use of words (particularly in prose composition…
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English 11- Lesson 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable, shameful
a rude or impolite person
a shield, protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable, shameful
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English 11 - Lesson 4
novice
banter
connotation
nostalgic
an inexperienced person; a beginner
n. teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner; v. t…
the suggested, or implied, meaning of a word, not its strict…
having a longing for things past
novice
an inexperienced person; a beginner
banter
n. teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner; v. t…
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English 11- Lesson 3
pedestrian
bona fide
adventitious
fecund
ordinary or dull
in good faith
accidental; nonessential
fertile, productive
pedestrian
ordinary or dull
bona fide
in good faith
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English 11- Lesson 4
celibate
fortuitous
recapitulate
perfunctory
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
happening by chance or accident
to summarize; to repeat briefly
done without care; in a routine fashion
celibate
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
fortuitous
happening by chance or accident
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English 11- Lesson 2
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
whirlpool; turbulence; agitated state of mind
a correction
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
English 11: Lesson 1 vocabulary
accentuate
ambiguous
comprehensive
felicitous
to emphasize; to heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark…
having more than one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
of wide scope; inclusive; thorough
well chosen for the occasion; appropriate; apt; having an agr…
accentuate
to emphasize; to heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark…
ambiguous
having more than one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
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English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments
dried up
a stopping; a discontinuance
to place side-by-side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
dried up
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English 11- Lesson 6
antipathy
elucidate
imminent
banal
an intense dislike
to make clear
likely to happen; threatening
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
elucidate
to make clear
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English 11-Lesson 9
machination
pejorative
harbinger
nubile
an evil design or plan
having a negative effect; insulting
an omen or sign
suitable for marriage in age and physical development, referr…
machination
an evil design or plan
pejorative
having a negative effect; insulting
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English 11- Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
an excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastefully gaudy
idolatry
an excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
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English 11- Lesson 8
deride
censure
gambol
immolate
to ridicule; to mock
to criticize sharply
to frolic; to romp about playfully
to kill someone as sacrificial victim, usually by fire
deride
to ridicule; to mock
censure
to criticize sharply
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English 11- Lesson 5
fop
imprecation
non sequitur
sanguine
an excessively fashion-conscious man
a curse
something that does not logically follow
cheerful; optimistic
fop
an excessively fashion-conscious man
imprecation
a curse
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English 11- Lesson 7
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
skillful; clever
visible to the naked eye
foolish; inane
pertaining to cows or cattle
adroit
skillful; clever
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
English 11: Lesson 2 vocabulary
allegory
conjecture
despicable
dissolute
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
contemptible; deserving of scorn; vile
lacking moral restraint; very wicked; immoral; undisciplined
allegory
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
conjecture
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
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Lesson 20 English 11
chronic
dread
genetics
heredity
lasting a long time or recurring often
to anticipate with anxiety, alarm, or apprehension
branch of biology that deals with heredity
carrying over of characteristics from parent to offspring by…
chronic
lasting a long time or recurring often
dread
to anticipate with anxiety, alarm, or apprehension
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English11 lesson 11
clud, clus (clos)
cruc
cur(e)
milit
to close
cross
care
soldier
clud, clus (clos)
to close
cruc
cross
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English 11 - Lesson 3
egoism
euphemism
erudite
equivocal
arrogance
substitution of harsh words with milder words
scholarly, learned
having two or more meanings
egoism
arrogance
euphemism
substitution of harsh words with milder words
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English 11 Vocabulary Lesson 11
ambivalent
beneficent
betrothed
congenital
Having mixed feelings
Doing good
Engaged to be married
Present at birth
ambivalent
Having mixed feelings
beneficent
Doing good
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English 11 Lesson 15
amend
cram
despair
eave
to change
to stuff into
to give up hope
roof overhang
amend
to change
cram
to stuff into
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English 11 - Lesson 11
battery
battlement
abate
bellicose
a beating or pounding, especially an unlawful beating; guns o…
a defense wall with alternating high and low sections
to reduce in quantity or intensity, to subside, to diminish
warlike, eager to fight
battery
a beating or pounding, especially an unlawful beating; guns o…
battlement
a defense wall with alternating high and low sections
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English 11 - Lesson 2
belligerent
bolster
conciliate
condemn
eager or willing to fight; hostile
uphold or reinforce
to overcome the hostility or mistrust of; placate
express strong disapproval of
belligerent
eager or willing to fight; hostile
bolster
uphold or reinforce
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Caesar's English 1 (Lessons 11-20)
spec
pend
omni
re
look
hang
all
again
spec
look
pend
hang
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English 12 Lesson 11
canard
wont
etymology
cortege
deliberately misleading story
likely
the history of a word; the study of word origins
a group of attendance; a retinue
canard
deliberately misleading story
wont
likely
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English 11--Lesson 16
Bulwark
coalition
exodus
heinous
(n.) a strong defense or protection, a solid wall-like struct…
an alliance, usually of nations, political parties, or factions
A mass departure
(adj.) very wicked, offensive, hateful
Bulwark
(n.) a strong defense or protection, a solid wall-like struct…
coalition
an alliance, usually of nations, political parties, or factions
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English 11 Lesson #11
frustrate
furtive
gadfly
galvanize
to bring about nothing; to thwart
done is a stealthy or secretive manner
person who annoys others
to startle into sudden activity
frustrate
to bring about nothing; to thwart
furtive
done is a stealthy or secretive manner
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English 11 Lesson 9
machination
pejorative
harbinger
nubile
(n) an evil design or plan... syn: scheme, plot
(adj) having a negative effect; insulting... syn: disparaging, d…
(n) an omen or sign... syn: warning, portent
(adj) suitable for marriage in age and physical development,…
machination
(n) an evil design or plan... syn: scheme, plot
pejorative
(adj) having a negative effect; insulting... syn: disparaging, d…
50 terms
Caesar's English 1 (Lessons 11-20)
spec
pend
omni
re
look
hang
all
again
spec
look
pend
hang
10 terms
Lesson #1 - English 11
annotation
appellation
eponym
linguistics
a critical or explanatory note
a name, title, or designation
a person whose name is, or is thought to be, the source of th…
the study of the nature, structure, and variation of language
annotation
a critical or explanatory note
appellation
a name, title, or designation
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English 11 lesson 11
Despicible
Deterrent
Detrimental
Devastation
Adj. contemptable, deserving of distain or scorn, vile
Adj. restraining ... N. some thing that discourages or prevents…
Adj. causing damage or injury; harmful
N. destruction or desolation
Despicible
Adj. contemptable, deserving of distain or scorn, vile
Deterrent
Adj. restraining ... N. some thing that discourages or prevents…
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English 11 Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments
dried up
a stopping; a discontinuance
to place side-by-side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
dried up
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English 11 Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all aimlents.... syn: medicine; panacea
dried up
a stopping; a discontinuance... syn: ceasing; end
to place side-by-side for comparison... syn: measure; examine
elixir
a supposed remedy for all aimlents.... syn: medicine; panacea
desiccated
dried up
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English 11 Vocabulary Lesson 11
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
A supposed remedy for all ailments
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
A stopping; a discontinuance
To place side by side for comparison
elixir
A supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
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english 11 lesson 11
flagrant
fluent
flux
foible
glaringly bad, outrageous
able to speak
state of continual change
a minor weakness in character
flagrant
glaringly bad, outrageous
fluent
able to speak
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English 11 Lesson 11
Miscreant
Misbegotten
Misgiving
Misnomer
Person who misbehaves or in a way that breaks the law
Badly conceived, designed, or planned
A feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or conse…
A wrong or inaccurate name or designation
Miscreant
Person who misbehaves or in a way that breaks the law
Misbegotten
Badly conceived, designed, or planned
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English 11 lesson 5
Aspersion
Deprecate
Deride
Execrable
A damaging or false statement. The act of defaming or slander…
To express disapproval of. To belittle; depreciate.
To laugh at in scorn; scoff at; mock.
Extremely inferior; very bad. Detestable; hateful.
Aspersion
A damaging or false statement. The act of defaming or slander…
Deprecate
To express disapproval of. To belittle; depreciate.
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English 11 - Lesson 2
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
whirlpool; turbulence; agitated state of mind
a correction
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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English 10 Lesson 11
frustrate
furtive
gadfly
galvanize
verb-to disappoint; thwart; baffle
adj-done in a stealthy or secretive manner
noun-a person who annoys others
verb-to startle into sudden activity
frustrate
verb-to disappoint; thwart; baffle
furtive
adj-done in a stealthy or secretive manner
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English 11 Lesson 3
Continuity
Converge
Crux
Initiate
A. The condition of being without a stop or interruption. B.…
A. To approach the same point from different directions; meet…
A. The basic or essential feature of something. B. A baffling…
A. To begin; originate; cause to begin. B. To admit into memb…
Continuity
A. The condition of being without a stop or interruption. B.…
Converge
A. To approach the same point from different directions; meet…
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Caesar's English 1 (Lessons 11-20)
spec
pend
omni
re
look
hang
all
again
spec
look
pend
hang
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English 11- Lesson 4
complicity
deploy
explicate
implicate
Involvement as an accomplice in a crime or wrong doing.
1.To station (persons or forces) systematically over an area.…
To explain; make a meaning clear.
To involve or connect incriminatingly.
complicity
Involvement as an accomplice in a crime or wrong doing.
deploy
1.To station (persons or forces) systematically over an area.…
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English 11- Lesson 2
amulet
capricious
fatalism
incantation
an object worn to bring luck or to protect against evil or in…
characterized by or subject to sudden, unpredictable changes;…
the belief that all events are determined in advance by fate…
a set of words spoken as a magic charm or to cast a magic spell
amulet
an object worn to bring luck or to protect against evil or in…
capricious
characterized by or subject to sudden, unpredictable changes;…
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English 11 Lesson #15
abdicate
absolve
catharsis
countermand
to formally give up control
to clear of guilt or blame
a purifying or refreshing release
to cancel or reverse an order or policy
abdicate
to formally give up control
absolve
to clear of guilt or blame
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English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
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English 11 Lesson 7
Auspices
Auspicious
Circumspect
Despicable
a. Protection or support... b. Portent, omen, or augury, especia…
Attended by favorable circumstances
Heedful of circumstances or consequences
Deserving of scorn or contept
Auspices
a. Protection or support... b. Portent, omen, or augury, especia…
Auspicious
Attended by favorable circumstances
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