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Spelling List 2 (Gifted)
Auditorium
Quartet
Refrigerator
Ancient
Auditorium
Quartet
16 terms
Gifted English List 1
SAT Vocabulary
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
...
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
To make something seem less important
A hiding place; something hidden in hiding place
SAT Vocabulary
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Aberration
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
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Spelling - Destiny's Gift List
lay
real
trail
sweet
The hen will ____ an egg.
I met a ______ author today.
We took a hike on the _______.
The ice cream tasted _________.
lay
The hen will ____ an egg.
real
I met a ______ author today.
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #5
expletive
profligate
zealous
approbation
noun: a word or phrase that people sometimes say when they ar…
adjective: carelessly and foolishly wasting money, materials,…
adjective: feeling or showing strong and energetic support fo…
noun: praise or approval
expletive
noun: a word or phrase that people sometimes say when they ar…
profligate
adjective: carelessly and foolishly wasting money, materials,…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List#9
Exacting
Irrevocable
Felicity
Fortitude
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
Noun : intense happiness
Noun : strength of mind that allows kne to endure in pain or…
Exacting
Adjective : rigid or severe on demands or requirements
Irrevocable
Adjective : not able to be revoked or recalled; unable to be…
List 9 gifted English 2
Espouse
Erratum
Luminary
Beguile
To express support (verb)
Error (noun)
A wise or enlightened person (noun)
To trick or deceive (verb)
Espouse
To express support (verb)
Erratum
Error (noun)
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Spelling list for "The Quiltmaker's Gift"
berries
carried
easily
prettiest
...
...
...
...
berries
...
carried
...
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #3
invariable
epistolary
droll
countenance
noun ... : not changing or capable of change : staying the same…
adjective... contained in or carried on by letters
adjective... whimsically humorous
noun... : the appearance of a person's face : a person's express…
invariable
noun ... : not changing or capable of change : staying the same…
epistolary
adjective... contained in or carried on by letters
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #2
Palpable
Pall
Anathema
Expound
adjective: capable of being touched or felt : tangible
noun: a cloth, often of velvet, for ... 1. spreading over a coff…
noun: someone or something that is very strongly disliked
verb: : to explain or state (something) : to give details abo…
Palpable
adjective: capable of being touched or felt : tangible
Pall
noun: a cloth, often of velvet, for ... 1. spreading over a coff…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #4
cosmopolitan
sagacious
indolent
peruse
Adjective: a person who has lived in and knows about many dif…
adjective: having or showing practical sense and sound judgem…
adjective: not liking to work or be active. Lazy
verb: to examine or read (something) in a very careful way
cosmopolitan
Adjective: a person who has lived in and knows about many dif…
sagacious
adjective: having or showing practical sense and sound judgem…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #8
Celestial
Terrestrial
Proliferate
Prolix
Adjective: positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer spa…
Adjective: pertaining to, consisting of, or representingthe e…
Verb: to increase in number or amount quickly
Adjective: prolonged or drawn out : using too many words
Celestial
Adjective: positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer spa…
Terrestrial
Adjective: pertaining to, consisting of, or representingthe e…
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #10
Onerous
Truculent
In lieu of
Ad hoc
Adjective: burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing ha…
Adjective :eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively def…
In replacement of: instead
1. Adjective: created especially for a particular occasion wi…
Onerous
Adjective: burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing ha…
Truculent
Adjective :eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively def…
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Gifted English Vocab List #7
Libation
Urbane
Ascertain
Avarice
Noun: a liquid that is poured out to honor a god
Adjective: polite and confident... : fashionable and somewhat fo…
Verb: to learn or find out something such as information or t…
Noun: a strong desire to have or get money
Libation
Noun: a liquid that is poured out to honor a god
Urbane
Adjective: polite and confident... : fashionable and somewhat fo…
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Gifted English Vocab List #6
Languid
Deleterious
Judicious
Ominous
Adjective... Lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
Adjective ... causing harm or damage.
Adjective... having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense.
Adjective... giving the impression that something bad or unpleas…
Languid
Adjective... Lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
Deleterious
Adjective ... causing harm or damage.
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab List #1
denigrate
ebullient
nefarious
extol
verb: to speak critically, to put down, to belittle, to dispa…
adjective: overflowing with enthusiasm
adjective: extremely wicked / villainous
verb: to praise (someone or something) highly
denigrate
verb: to speak critically, to put down, to belittle, to dispa…
ebullient
adjective: overflowing with enthusiasm
List #1 gifted english 2
sepulcher
exhort
vindicate
salient
A place of burial (noun)
To try and influence someone by words or advice; to strongly…
1. clear (someone) of blame or suspicion.... 2. show or prove to…
1. most noticeable or important. (adj)
sepulcher
A place of burial (noun)
exhort
To try and influence someone by words or advice; to strongly…
List 3 gifted English 2
Oxymoron
Intractable
Connotation
Denotation
A figure of speech consisting of two apparently contradictory…
Not easily managed (adj)
All the meetings, associations, any motions that a word sugge…
The dictionary definition of a word (noun)
Oxymoron
A figure of speech consisting of two apparently contradictory…
Intractable
Not easily managed (adj)
List 4 gifted English 2
Precipice
Prodigious
Etymology
Mundane
A very steep cliff (noun)
Amazing or wonderful; huge (adj)
The study of word origins (noun)
Ordinary (adj)
Precipice
A very steep cliff (noun)
Prodigious
Amazing or wonderful; huge (adj)
List 2 gifted English 2
Belligerent
Deem
Decimate
Silhouette
Hostile and aggressive (adj)
Regard in a specified way (verb)
To destroy a large percentage of something (verb)
a persons shadow against a light... (Noun)
Belligerent
Hostile and aggressive (adj)
Deem
Regard in a specified way (verb)
List seven gifted English 2
Wrath
Assassin
Fetid
Herculean
Extreme anger (noun)
a murderer of an important person in a surprise (noun)
smelling extremely unpleasant (adj)
Requiring the great strength of a Hercules; very hard to perf…
Wrath
Extreme anger (noun)
Assassin
a murderer of an important person in a surprise (noun)
List 8 gifted English 2
Voracious
Prudent
Gingerly
Extricate
wanting or devouring great quantities of food (adj)
acting with or showing care and thought for the future (adj)
in a careful or cautious manner (adverb)
free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty (…
Voracious
wanting or devouring great quantities of food (adj)
Prudent
acting with or showing care and thought for the future (adj)
22 terms
A Gift from the Heart- Spelling List
careful
peaceful
harmful
thoughtful
careful
peaceful
harmful
thoughtful
careful
careful
peaceful
peaceful
12 terms
2: Gifted English Vocab List #1
Sepulcher
Exhort
Vindicate
Salient
Noun: a place of burial
verb... strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something.
verb... clear (someone) of blame or suspicion: to show that som…
adjective... Very important or noticeable
Sepulcher
Noun: a place of burial
Exhort
verb... strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something.
24 terms
english vocab list "gift of the magi"
imputation
parsimony
implied
instigate
a somewhat formal word that is used to suggest that someone t…
extreme unwillingness to spend money/use resources
suggested but not directly expressed
suggest about to initiate
imputation
a somewhat formal word that is used to suggest that someone t…
parsimony
extreme unwillingness to spend money/use resources
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab 2: List 4
Precipice
Prodigious
Etymology
Mundane
noun... a very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall one; a…
adjective... 1.... remarkably or impressively great in extent, size…
noun... the study of the origin of words and the way in which th…
adjective... 1.... lacking interest or excitement; dull or ordinary
Precipice
noun... a very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall one; a…
Prodigious
adjective... 1.... remarkably or impressively great in extent, size…
12 terms
2: Gifted English Vocab List #2
Belligerent
Deem
Decimate
Silhouette
adjective... 1.... hostile and aggressive.
verb... regard or consider in a specified way
verb... 1.... kill, destroy, or remove a large percentage or part…
noun... 1.... the dark shape and outline of someone or something…
Belligerent
adjective... 1.... hostile and aggressive.
Deem
verb... regard or consider in a specified way
12 terms
2: Gifted English Vocab List #6
Pervasive
Sinuous
Aberration
Aggrandiza
adjective... (especially of an unwelcome influence or physical e…
adjective... having many curves and turns
noun... a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typ…
verb... increase the power, status, or wealth of
Pervasive
adjective... (especially of an unwelcome influence or physical e…
Sinuous
adjective... having many curves and turns
12 terms
2: Gifted English Vocab List #9
Espouse
Erratum
Luminary
Beguile
(v.) to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to…
(n.) an error in writing
Noun: a very successful person
(v.) to trick, deceive: something that catches your eye
Espouse
(v.) to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to…
Erratum
(n.) an error in writing
12 terms
Gifted English Vocab 2: List 12
Pernicious
Transgression
Chastise
Grievance
Adjective: causing great harm or damage often in a way that i…
Noun: an act, process, or instance of breaking the law
Verb: to discipline
Noun: a feeling of having been treated unfairly/ a complaint
Pernicious
Adjective: causing great harm or damage often in a way that i…
Transgression
Noun: an act, process, or instance of breaking the law
10 terms
English 1 Gifted Vocab List 1.4
chaff
circuitous
circumscribe
codicil
the seed coverings and other debris separated from the seed i…
following a circular or winding path; indirect
to draw a line around, hence to restrict or limit
an addition to a will
chaff
the seed coverings and other debris separated from the seed i…
circuitous
following a circular or winding path; indirect
10 terms
English 1 Gifted Vocab List 1.3
bilk
blanch
bombastic
boor
to cheat out of something valuable
to drain of color; become pale
pretentious; inflated speech or writing
a person known for rude or insincere behavior
bilk
to cheat out of something valuable
blanch
to drain of color; become pale
10 terms
English 1 Gifted Vocab List 1.1
abstruse
acquit
aesthetics
affable
difficult to understand; very abstract
to clear of a charge
the study of beauty; pleasing to the senses
pleasant, friendly
abstruse
difficult to understand; very abstract
acquit
to clear of a charge
Spelling List English
inteligente
extranjero
responsable
oportunidad
intelligent
foreign
responsible
opportunity
inteligente
intelligent
extranjero
foreign
22 terms
A Gift from the Heart- Spelling List just one set of words
careful
peaceful
harmful
thoughtful
careful
peaceful
12 terms
Gifted English 2: Vocab List 11
Curmudgeon
Corpulent
Paramour
Supplant
noun: ... cranky person, usually old
adjective:... fat; having a large, bulky body
noun:... A lover; especially the illcit of a married person
verb:... to take the place of, supersede
Curmudgeon
noun: ... cranky person, usually old
Corpulent
adjective:... fat; having a large, bulky body
10 terms
English Spelling List #1
monkeys
donkeys
pianos
countries
...
...
...
...
monkeys
...
donkeys
...
20 terms
English spelling list 2
Adequate
Assistance
Biscuit
Competent
Suitable enough for a requirement
The act of assisting; the help given
crisp flat baked product
Having the necessary qualities; capable
Adequate
Suitable enough for a requirement
Assistance
The act of assisting; the help given
10 terms
English List 5 Spelling
confirm
curtail
dank
entice
verify, support, validate
reduce, diminish, cut back on
disagreeably damp
lure, tempt
confirm
verify, support, validate
curtail
reduce, diminish, cut back on
29 terms
English Spelling List 6
annex
anticipate
fugitive
imperative
supplementary building
foresee, act in advance of
one who flees
urgent, pressing
annex
supplementary building
anticipate
foresee, act in advance of
10 terms
Gifted English Vocabulary 7th Grade- BMS Buchanan lists 6 and 7
Noxious
Bilk
Replete
Blasphemy
Very harmful
To cheat someone out of money
Well supplied with something
Profane talk about holy or sacred things
Noxious
Very harmful
Bilk
To cheat someone out of money
21 terms
Spelling Review List (English)
zucchini
diarrhea
Mokulei`a
Portuguese
zucchini
diarrhea
Mokulei`a
Portuguese
zucchini
zucchini
diarrhea
diarrhea
21 terms
English - Spelling List 6
arguing
amateur
perspective
beginning
bickering
novice
point of view
origin, the start
arguing
bickering
amateur
novice
40 terms
English Spelling List
attrition
holocaust
nuclear
utopia
Process of reducing something's strength or effectiveness thr…
Destruction or slaughter on a mass scale
Relating to the nucleus of an atom
An imagined place where everything is perfect
attrition
Process of reducing something's strength or effectiveness thr…
holocaust
Destruction or slaughter on a mass scale
20 terms
English Spelling List
alchemy
elixir
alcove
arsenal
science, chemicals
magic liquid
section of room
collection/ storage of weapons
alchemy
science, chemicals
elixir
magic liquid
10 terms
Spelling list 7 English
Encouragement
Motive
Apparently
Stubbornly
Inspiration
Reason
Clearly
Difficult
Encouragement
Inspiration
Motive
Reason
10 terms
English spelling list 6
Alibi
Deduce
Evidence
Inference
Excuse to get out of a crime
To infer by reasoning
Something to prove
The act of reasoning from facts
Alibi
Excuse to get out of a crime
Deduce
To infer by reasoning
25 terms
English spelling list 2
Especially
Obvious
Weight
Everywhere
Used to single out one person or thing over all others
Used to single out one person or thing over all others
A bodys reletive mass or the quantity of matter contained by…
In or to all places
Especially
Used to single out one person or thing over all others
Obvious
Used to single out one person or thing over all others
English Spelling List 1
Accidentally
Accommodate
Accurate
Acknowledgement
Accidentally
Accommodate
Accurate
Acknowledgement
Accidentally
Accidentally
Accommodate
Accommodate
15 terms
English I Spelling List 5
aerial
aisle
trapezoid
guardian
living or moving in the air
path separating sections of seats
four-sided figure with only two parallel sides
one who protects another
aerial
living or moving in the air
aisle
path separating sections of seats
10 terms
Spelling List (English 9)
acceptable
acquire
definite
grateful
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acquire
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