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Literature Vocab Lesson 1
vote
curfew
volunteer
rule
this is to make a choice for or against someone by filling ou…
this is a rule set by community leaders that says when teenag…
this means to do work without being paid
this is a statement that says what is or is not allowed
vote
this is to make a choice for or against someone by filling ou…
curfew
this is a rule set by community leaders that says when teenag…
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Vocabulary of Literature Lesson 1
latter
dejected
despondent
rebuke
the second
in low spirits
disheartened
a sharp criticism
latter
the second
dejected
in low spirits
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The Vocabulary of Literature Lesson 1
latter
dejected
despondent
rebuke
the second
in low spirits
disheartened
a sharp criticism
latter
the second
dejected
in low spirits
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Literature Lesson 1 vocab
hasten
famine
excursion
deranged
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
short trip, usually for special purposes
insane
hasten
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
famine
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
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Literature Vocabulary Lesson 1
definite
deny
descendant
doubtful
having limits; certain
to refuse to give; to reject as untrue
something that comes from an earlier form; offspring
not clear; uncertain
definite
having limits; certain
deny
to refuse to give; to reject as untrue
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lesson 1&2 Literature terms
short story
character
characterization
direct characterization
A fictional narrative written in prose, which is shorter than…
A person in a story
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
author makes obvious statements about a character's personali…
short story
A fictional narrative written in prose, which is shorter than…
character
A person in a story
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World Literature lesson 1
Good Morning, Miss Dove
short story
plot
characters
Frances Grey Patton
an imaginative prose narrative written to give the reader ent…
what happens in a story
imaginary persons who carry out the action of the plot
Good Morning, Miss Dove
Frances Grey Patton
short story
an imaginative prose narrative written to give the reader ent…
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Literature Lesson 1 Definitions
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
A) noun. a style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
A) adjective. skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
a unique form of language, spoken by people from a country, r…
clearness of speech of pronunciation
accent
A) noun. a style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
articulate
A) adjective. skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
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Literature Lesson 1 Vocabulary
noxious
connive
chutzpah
liege
adj. harmful to the health
v. to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
n. nerve; audacity
n. a lord, master, or sovereign
noxious
adj. harmful to the health
connive
v. to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
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Literature- lesson 1
Fortitude
condescended
evolved
notoriety
Courage in facing difficulties
to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
developed gradually by process of growth and change
fame, usually in an unfavorable sense, infamy
Fortitude
Courage in facing difficulties
condescended
to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
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Lesson1(Literature)
allusion
anthology
dialogue
episode
(n) an indirect reference, a mention
(n) a collection of writing
(n) conversation
(n) one part of a series
allusion
(n) an indirect reference, a mention
anthology
(n) a collection of writing
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Literature 8: Lesson 1 Vocab
Lagoon
Simultaneously
Teeming
Barnacle
an area of shallow water open to the sea but separated from t…
concurrently; occurring at the same time
occurring or existing in grate quantities or numbers; swarming
a sea-dwelling, hard-shelled creature that often attaches its…
Lagoon
an area of shallow water open to the sea but separated from t…
Simultaneously
concurrently; occurring at the same time
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Literature Vocabulary Lesson 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor, dull, not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
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American Literature Experience-Vocabulary Lesson 1
parched
chaparral
remuda
mesquites
dried out with heat
vegetation consisting chiefly of tangled shrubs and thorny bu…
herd of horses that have been saddle broken
spiny trees or shrubs of the dry regions of southwest US and…
parched
dried out with heat
chaparral
vegetation consisting chiefly of tangled shrubs and thorny bu…
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American Literature Experience-Sentences Lesson 1
parched
chaparral
remuda
mesquites
"Or do you just sit around all day with your throat _____?"
For most of the hours of the day-and most of the months of th…
"Don't bother me about cattle. I got three thousand ready to…
Pickles Gap had only sprung up because a fool from north Geor…
parched
"Or do you just sit around all day with your throat _____?"
chaparral
For most of the hours of the day-and most of the months of th…
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Literature lesson 1 Lemon Brown
abandoned
battered
intently
peering
to leave
to hit hardly
having attention onto something.
to look carefully
abandoned
to leave
battered
to hit hardly
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100 Literary Terms for AP Literature - Lesson 1
alliteration
character
conflict
diction
the repetition of initial consonant sounds
one who carries out the action of the plot in literature
a clash between opposing forces in a literature work
the author's choice of words
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds
character
one who carries out the action of the plot in literature
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Literature Lesson 1 Sentences
Accent
Articulate
Dialect
Diction
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Latin... Erin's -accent- showed that…
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Latin... Feelings of love can be dif…
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Greek... In some -dialects- of Engli…
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Latin... An actor must have excellen…
Accent
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Latin... Erin's -accent- showed that…
Articulate
(Know how to spell)... Origin: Latin... Feelings of love can be dif…
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Contemporary Literature: Lesson 1
coalesce
covert
disclaim
demagogue
(v.) to grow together; to unite to form a whole
(adj.) not openly acknowledged; secret.
(v.) to recite something in the style of a public speech; to…
(n.) a leader who seeks power by appealing to people's emotio…
coalesce
(v.) to grow together; to unite to form a whole
covert
(adj.) not openly acknowledged; secret.
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Lesson 1 Vocabulary - AP Literature & Composition
acquiesce (verb)
alacrity (noun)
beneficence (noun)
benevolent (adj)
to comply silently and without protest
willingness, liveliness
the doing of good
expressing good will or desire to help others
acquiesce (verb)
to comply silently and without protest
alacrity (noun)
willingness, liveliness
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AP Literature Lesson 1 Vocabulary Review
aracane
vacillates
levity
mortified
Much to the Bennet girls' dismay, Mr. Collins offers to read…
Initially, Mr. Darcy ________ between admiration for Elizabet…
Mr. Wickham is usually able to add ________ to any serious di…
After reading Darcy's letter, Elizabeth is ________ because s…
aracane
Much to the Bennet girls' dismay, Mr. Collins offers to read…
vacillates
Initially, Mr. Darcy ________ between admiration for Elizabet…
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Literature Vocabulary Book A Lesson 1
Monos (origin & meaning)
monologue
monarch
monogram
Greek, one
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n. 1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen…
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
Monos (origin & meaning)
Greek, one
monologue
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
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June literature vocabulary lesson 1 to 6
Quiver
Linger
Portly
ferocity
To shake because of cold fear or nervousness
To stay somewhere beyond the usual or expected time
Having round and somewhat fat body
Being very fierce or violent
Quiver
To shake because of cold fear or nervousness
Linger
To stay somewhere beyond the usual or expected time
Ap English Literature Lesson 1 Definitions
altruistic (adj)
ambivalent (adj)
angular (adj)
aversion (noun)
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
strong disinclination, disliking
altruistic (adj)
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
ambivalent (adj)
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
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Literature Lesson 1 vocab
hasten
famine
excursion
deranged
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
short trip, usually for special purposes
insane
hasten
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
famine
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
Literature Lesson 1
Abstinence
Ambulatory
Diatribe
Didactic
The practice of abstaining
Able to walk
A bitter and abusive criticism
Intended to teach
Abstinence
The practice of abstaining
Ambulatory
Able to walk
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Lesson 1 Literature Vocab.
asperity
bane
buffoon
doleful
sharpness or harshness of manner
a person or thing that destroys to causes harm
a person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a fool
mournful or full of sorrow
asperity
sharpness or harshness of manner
bane
a person or thing that destroys to causes harm
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Literature WW Lesson 1
abate
acknowledge
agent
authority
1.To become weaker; to decrease.
1. To admit existence of. ... 2.To express recognition or thank…
1. a person who acts or does business for another.... 2. Someth…
1. the right to give orders, make decisions, or take action.…
abate
1.To become weaker; to decrease.
acknowledge
1. To admit existence of. ... 2.To express recognition or thank…
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Lesson 1 Literature
Noxious
Connive
Chutzpah
Liege
Harmful to the health
To cooperate secretly in wrong doing
Nerve; audacity
Lord, master, commander
Noxious
Harmful to the health
Connive
To cooperate secretly in wrong doing
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Literature Vocab Lesson 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
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Literature Lesson 1 vocab
hasten
famine
excursion
deranged
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
short trip, usually for special purposes
insane
hasten
to move or act, proceed with, hurry
famine
any extreme & general scarcity... extreme hunger and saturation
10 terms
Literature vocab lesson 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained;adj.
A coin collector;n.
Scarcity, lack;n.
Believing that all events in life are in evitable and determi…
Licentious
Morally unrestrained;adj.
Numismatist
A coin collector;n.
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Vocab Lesson 1 Literature
meticulous
extraneous
temerity
coerce
showing great attention to detail
separate from the object to which it is attached
excessive confidence or boldness
obtain (something) by using force or threats
meticulous
showing great attention to detail
extraneous
separate from the object to which it is attached
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Literature vocabulary Lesson 1
Apt
Autonomy
Deceleration
Draft
Adj:appropriate fortask,likely //SYN:liable,incline,fitting,s…
NOUN:the quality of being a self-directing individual //SYN:i…
NOUN:slowing down,reducing speed //SYN:braking,flagging,letup
VERB:to draw up //SYN:compose,prepare,version,sketch
Apt
Adj:appropriate fortask,likely //SYN:liable,incline,fitting,s…
Autonomy
NOUN:the quality of being a self-directing individual //SYN:i…
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Literature Vocabulary Lesson 1
Factious
Ignoble
Boor
Aegis
adj. causing diagreement
adj. dishonorable; shameful
n. a rude or impolte person
n. a sheild or protection
Factious
adj. causing diagreement
Ignoble
adj. dishonorable; shameful
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Lesson 1 Literature Vocab
Apocryphal
Arcane
Convene
Expedient
Adj. Of dubious (or questionable) authenticity or origin; spu…
Adj. Understood by only a few ; mysterious
V. To summon or cause to assemble. To gather or assemble; to…
Adj. Useful for some purpose; convinient.... N. A means employee…
Apocryphal
Adj. Of dubious (or questionable) authenticity or origin; spu…
Arcane
Adj. Understood by only a few ; mysterious
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World Lit Vocabulary Lesson 1
acquittal (n.)
assert (v.)
condescend (v.)
contemptuous (adj.)
judgement that someone is not guilty... (v.) acquit
state a belief confidently or forcefully... (adj.) assertive... (ad…
show feelings of superiority... (adj) condescending... (adv.) conde…
showing contempt; scornful
acquittal (n.)
judgement that someone is not guilty... (v.) acquit
assert (v.)
state a belief confidently or forcefully... (adj.) assertive... (ad…
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World Literature - Lesson 1 Vocabulary
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
v. to authorize; to certify
n. belief; acceptance as true
adj. deserving praise
adj. believing too easily; gullible
accredit
v. to authorize; to certify
credence
n. belief; acceptance as true
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Honors Literature Vocabulary Lesson 1
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
verb. to lesson in violence or intensity. syn: subside, decre…
verb. to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing. syn:…
verb. to detest, loathe, hate strongly. syn: despise, abomina…
verb. to find not guilty of a fault or crime. syn: vindicate,…
abate
verb. to lesson in violence or intensity. syn: subside, decre…
abet
verb. to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing. syn:…
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Am. Literature Vocab Lesson 1
Squander
Fastidious
Beguile
Demeanor
To Waste
Difficult to satisfy or please; exacting; careful with details
To deceive or trick; to amuse or delight
The way in which one behaves or conducts oneself
Squander
To Waste
Fastidious
Difficult to satisfy or please; exacting; careful with details
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Literature Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
A log speech made by a performer or by one person in a group.
Butterfly, King or Queen
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of name.
Sole ownership or control of anything.
monologue
A log speech made by a performer or by one person in a group.
monarch
Butterfly, King or Queen
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American Literature Vocabulary - Lesson 1
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
to tell; to reveal. (v.)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing. (v.)
arrogant and stubborn about one's belief. (adj.)
dull; not at all stimulating. (adj.)
Divulge
to tell; to reveal. (v.)
Abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing. (v.)
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Lesson 1 Literature of Escape, Literature of Interpretation, and Plot
escape literature
interpretive literature
Plot
Conflict
Written primarily for entertainment and to help pass time... -of…
To broaden and deepen and sharpen the awareness of Our Lives…
The sequence of incidents that a story is composed of that ar…
A clash of actions ideas desires or Wills... man vs man... man vs e…
escape literature
Written primarily for entertainment and to help pass time... -of…
interpretive literature
To broaden and deepen and sharpen the awareness of Our Lives…
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AP Literature Vocab: Lesson 1
abjure
anomaly
equanimity
estrange
to renounce... syn: recant, retract... ant: pledge
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurrence... syn:…
stability, calmness... syn: composure, sangfroid... ant: perturbation
to alienate... syn: disunite... ant: reconcile
abjure
to renounce... syn: recant, retract... ant: pledge
anomaly
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurrence... syn:…
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Lesson 1 Vocabulary (American Literature)
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
(V) To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
(ADJ) Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; dec…
(V) To make larger, increase
(ADJ) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss.
Adulterate
(V) To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
Ambidextrous
(ADJ) Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; dec…
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Honors Literature Vocabulary Lesson 1
adroit
adulterate
adventitious
aegis
adj- skillful, clever. syn: dexterous; apt. ant: clumsy, awkw…
verb- to make impure, to contaminate. adj. impure. ant: refin…
adj- accidental; nonessential. syn: incidental
noun- a shield; protection; sponsorship. syn: backing
adroit
adj- skillful, clever. syn: dexterous; apt. ant: clumsy, awkw…
adulterate
verb- to make impure, to contaminate. adj. impure. ant: refin…
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AP Literature Lesson 1 Vocabulary
Ambiguity
Anticlimax
Aphorism
Apostrophe
A word, phrase, or statement which contains more than one mea…
A disappointing situation or sudden transition in discourse f…
A statement of truth or opinion expressed in a concise witty…
A writer or speaker detaches himself from the reality and add…
Ambiguity
A word, phrase, or statement which contains more than one mea…
Anticlimax
A disappointing situation or sudden transition in discourse f…
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AP Literature vocab lesson 1
aberration
abstinence
abstract
acclaim
a deviating from the right path or usual course
the giving up of certain pleasures
not practical or concrete
approval
aberration
a deviating from the right path or usual course
abstinence
the giving up of certain pleasures
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lesson 1 vocabulary (World Literature)
Irony
Paradox
Theme
Tone
the general term for the literary techniques that portrays di…
A statement that initially appears to be contradictory but th…
A theme is a central message or insight into life revealed th…
The tone of a literary work is the writer's attitude toward h…
Irony
the general term for the literary techniques that portrays di…
Paradox
A statement that initially appears to be contradictory but th…
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Honors Literature lesson 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
A coin collector
A scarcity; a lack
Believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
Morally unrestrained
Numismatist
A coin collector
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