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21 terms
Literature Spelling Test
occasional
imperceptibly
whimpering
cautiously
happening now or then
not noticeable
to utter weak, interrupted sounds
a warning; watchful
occasional
happening now or then
imperceptibly
not noticeable
5 terms
Literature spelling words
Genre
Compare
Contrast
Visualize
A class or category of artistic endeavor having a particular…
To examine two or more objects, ideas, people, eat. In order…
To compare in order to show unlike ness or differences.
To recall or form mental images or pictures.
Genre
A class or category of artistic endeavor having a particular…
Compare
To examine two or more objects, ideas, people, eat. In order…
21 terms
Literature Spelling Test
shroud
transgression
poaching
cloy(ing)
To cover with a cloth
to go beyond the limits; set by
to hunt or fish unlawfully on private property
to supply with too much of something that was originally plea…
shroud
To cover with a cloth
transgression
to go beyond the limits; set by
10 terms
Spelling List 30: Literature
narrative
allegory
metaphor
simile
in the form of a story
a story in which people, animals, or things have hidden meani…
a way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
a way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
narrative
in the form of a story
allegory
a story in which people, animals, or things have hidden meani…
27 terms
Literature Spelling
hover
audacious
perturb
longevity
...
...
...
...
hover
...
audacious
...
27 terms
Literature Spelling
hover
audacious
perturb
longevity
...
...
...
...
hover
...
audacious
...
27 terms
Literature Spelling
adjacent
trickle
hinder
insinuate
...
...
...
...
adjacent
...
trickle
...
25 terms
literature spelling
tormenting
nectar
descendants
altar
to afflict bodily or mental suffering
the life-giving drink of the gods
a person or animal that is an offspring of a specific ancestor
an elevated mound or structure
tormenting
to afflict bodily or mental suffering
nectar
the life-giving drink of the gods
27 terms
Literature; spelling
hover
audacious
perturb
longevity
...
...
...
...
hover
...
audacious
...
13 terms
Literature spelling
Hostility
Perfunctorily
Compelled
Translucent
Anger; unfriendliness
Without enthusiasm; routinely
Forced
Able to transmit light but no detail of that light
Hostility
Anger; unfriendliness
Perfunctorily
Without enthusiasm; routinely
19 terms
LITERATURE SPELLING
rude; uncivil
opening
showing great sorrow or pitty
alongside
impertinent
embrasure
fervent
abreast
rude; uncivil
impertinent
opening
embrasure
36 terms
Literature Spelling
narrative
beneficiary
legacy
animated
...
...
...
...
narrative
...
beneficiary
...
18 terms
SPELLING FOR LITERATURE
Prometheus
Epimetheus
Hephaestus
Narcissus
The gentle titain from "___ gives fire to humanity"
The brother to the gentle titain. His name means "after-thoug…
The god of blacksmiths
Handsome man who is cursed to love himself
Prometheus
The gentle titain from "___ gives fire to humanity"
Epimetheus
The brother to the gentle titain. His name means "after-thoug…
35 terms
Spelling List 30 - Literature
nursery rhyme
literature
playwright
climax
...
...
...
...
nursery rhyme
...
literature
...
26 terms
Mid term Study Guide Literature Spelling/ Vocab
essential
transcontinental
commissioned
isolated
necessary
passing or extending across a continent
authority granted for a particular action or function.
separated from other persons or things; alone; solitary.
essential
necessary
transcontinental
passing or extending across a continent
36 terms
Literature Study Guide (Spelling)
Warrior
Orthodox
Truce
Drudgery
A brave or experienced fighter.
Conforming to what is generally excepted.
An agreement between enemies or opponents.
Hard, menial, or dull work.
Warrior
A brave or experienced fighter.
Orthodox
Conforming to what is generally excepted.
10 terms
Spelling List #30 Literature
narrative
allegory
metaphor
simile
in the form of a story
a story in which people, animals, or things have hidden meani…
a way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
a way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
narrative
in the form of a story
allegory
a story in which people, animals, or things have hidden meani…
15 terms
literature/Spelling
personification
motive
irony
metaphor
a non human subject is given human characteristics.
reason that explains or partially explains a characters thoug…
a contradiction between what happens and what is expected.
something is described as something else.
personification
a non human subject is given human characteristics.
motive
reason that explains or partially explains a characters thoug…
8 terms
books & literature
textbook
poem
poetry
short story
podręcznik
wiersz
poezja
opowiadanie
textbook
podręcznik
poem
wiersz
41 terms
Literature Spelling Final
mechanically
preoccupied
catastrophe
occasional
to make one's legs move
engrossed
sudden disaster
happening now or then
mechanically
to make one's legs move
preoccupied
engrossed
9 terms
Literature Spelling Test
atrium
diocese
intellectual
basilica
open court
Catholic community
relating to the intellect or understanding
Christian Church, Greek for house of the king.
atrium
open court
diocese
Catholic community
35 terms
A Beka Spelling 5th - List 30 "Literature"
nursery rhyme
literature
playwright
climax
nursery rhyme
literature
20 terms
literature book
abominate
beset
blithesome
complaisance
verb; to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor
verb; to attack on all sides; assail; harass
adjective; light hearted; merry; cheerful
noun; the quality of being complaisant
abominate
verb; to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor
beset
verb; to attack on all sides; assail; harass
35 terms
Literature Vocabulary (spelling)
aberration
abstinent
acerbic
acumen
something not typical
abstaining; voluntary not doing something
sour, severe, like acid in temper
keenness of judgement; mental sharpness
aberration
something not typical
abstinent
abstaining; voluntary not doing something
50 terms
Literature Book
Proliferate (v) (stories of her trial…
Bequeath (v) (These stories were beque…
Oeuvre (n) (a vast and dazzling oeuvre)
Paean (n)
increase rapidly in numbers; multiply. (the science fiction m…
1. to give or leave by means of a will (I _______ this ring t…
all the works that a writer, an artist, or a composer has cre…
a song of praise or triumph.... a thing that expresses enthusias…
Proliferate (v) (stories of her trial…
increase rapidly in numbers; multiply. (the science fiction m…
Bequeath (v) (These stories were beque…
1. to give or leave by means of a will (I _______ this ring t…
20 terms
Literature Spelling Test aaaa
preoccupied
variegated
intermingle
runnel
engrossed
having stripes; patched or marks of different colors
to mix together
streamlet
preoccupied
engrossed
variegated
having stripes; patched or marks of different colors
34 terms
Literature book
fond
crystal
coral
dainty
喜歡
水晶
珊瑚
講究
fond
喜歡
crystal
水晶
16 terms
Literature Book
Palpable
Indolently
Bizarre
Naive
Able to be touched or felt
Lazy
Odd in appearance
Unsophisticated
Palpable
Able to be touched or felt
Indolently
Lazy
46 terms
Literature-Book Three
how a word is used in a sentence
words that name ideas that can't be to…
time between the beginning and ending…
a word that describes a verb
word in context
abstract words
time span
adverb
how a word is used in a sentence
word in context
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
86 terms
Books and Literature
to deal with
to underline
character
main character
mit etwas fertig werden, etwas behandeln
unterstreichen
Person, Figur (Roman, Film, Drama)
Hauptperson
to deal with
mit etwas fertig werden, etwas behandeln
to underline
unterstreichen
35 terms
Spelling List #30: Literature
nursery rhyme
literature
playwright
climax
...
...
...
...
nursery rhyme
...
literature
...
20 terms
Literature Books
J. Hector St. John de Crevevoeur
Powhawtan
Red Jacket
Tecumseh
What is an American?
Why should you destroy us, who have provided the food?
Sagoyewatha
We All Belong to One Family, Father!--Listen to Your Children!
J. Hector St. John de Crevevoeur
What is an American?
Powhawtan
Why should you destroy us, who have provided the food?
11 terms
Book In literature
Repository
Rife
Curator
Transfixed
A place to be kept
Prevalent especially to an increasing degree
A person who is in charge of things in a museum
To cause someone to sit or stand
Repository
A place to be kept
Rife
Prevalent especially to an increasing degree
8 terms
literature spelling words
balmy
predecessors
humiliation
abundant
soothing , mild, pleasant
those who came before
embarrassment, feeling hurt of pride
plentiful
balmy
soothing , mild, pleasant
predecessors
those who came before
15 terms
Literature 130 spelling week #9
Interpretation
Among
Irrelevant
Judgment
The Supreme Court decides the _____________________ of the la…
We act unpretentious ___________ friends.
Don't interrupt me with ____________ stories.
Use good __________ in picking friends and activities.
Interpretation
The Supreme Court decides the _____________________ of the la…
Among
We act unpretentious ___________ friends.
12 terms
Genres of Literature (Types of Books)
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Fantasy
Science Fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
A true story
A story containing unreal, imaginary features.
A type of fantasy that uses science and technology. (Robots,…
Fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
Non-Fiction
A true story
12 terms
Literature vocab + spelling
Florid
Bizarre
Chronicle
Embellish
Flushed with red
Very strange
Record; write down
To add details
Florid
Flushed with red
Bizarre
Very strange
19 terms
Books/Literature
un romancier
une œuvre, un ouvrage
un roman
un bouquin
novelist
a work
a novel
a short novel
un romancier
novelist
une œuvre, un ouvrage
a work
25 terms
Literature spelling words
gloating
repulsive
salute
shrill
to look at excessively with great satisfaction
disgusting
to give a sign of respect to (a military officer, flag, etc.)…
Having or emitting a sharp high-pitched tone or sound
gloating
to look at excessively with great satisfaction
repulsive
disgusting
22 terms
Language of literature vocab and spelling words
plot
protagonist
characterization
dialogue
a series of events that form the story in a novel, movie, etc.
the main character in a novel, play, movie, etc.
the way a writer makes a person in a story, book, play, movie…
the things that are said by the characters in a story, movie,…
plot
a series of events that form the story in a novel, movie, etc.
protagonist
the main character in a novel, play, movie, etc.
8 terms
Literature books
A Worn Path
An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge
The Story of an Hour
The Devil and Tom Walker
Edora Welty
Ambrose Bierce
Kate Chopin
Washington Irving
A Worn Path
Edora Welty
An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge
Ambrose Bierce
9 terms
Literature Key Terms/Spelling
Guarantee
Guidance
Harass
Gumption-noun
Guarantee
Guidance
Harass
Determination, initiative
Guarantee
Guarantee
Guidance
Guidance
52 terms
Literature Book Four
words that name ideas that can't be to…
the repetition of consonant sounds
a reference to some person, place, thi…
words that are the opposite in meaning
abstract words
alliteration
allusion
antonyms
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
the repetition of consonant sounds
alliteration
52 terms
Literature--Book 8
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
the repetition of consonant sounds
the villain of a story
adjective
adverb
alliteration
antagonist
a word that describes a noun
adjective
a word that describes a verb
adverb
35 terms
Spelling Vocab Literature Feb 19
pallet
mason
apothecary
din
bed on a floor
a person who lays stones or bricks.
a person mixes medicines and herbs.
loud noises, excitement.
pallet
bed on a floor
mason
a person who lays stones or bricks.
15 terms
Unit 1 Literature Book
argument
injury
insecurity
negotiate
1. oral disagreement 2. supporting reasons given in a claim.
1. harm or damage to a person
Lack of confidence and self doubt.
1. Bargain or deal with another 2. to reach an agreement or s…
argument
1. oral disagreement 2. supporting reasons given in a claim.
injury
1. harm or damage to a person
13 terms
Sonlight Literature 130 Spelling week #3
beginning
celebrate
loyalty
meant
In the ___________, God created the heavens and the earth.
_______________________ good times, __________________!
He rewarded her ____________________ with a promotion.
I _____________________ to go to practice--I just forgot.
beginning
In the ___________, God created the heavens and the earth.
celebrate
_______________________ good times, __________________!
14 terms
Sonlight Literature 130 Spelling Week 1
absence
academic
accept
access
-
-
-
-
absence
-
academic
-
10 terms
Spelling list 30 literature
Narrative
Allegory
metaphor
Simile
In the form of the story
A story in which people animals are things have hidden meanin…
A way of describing something by comparing comparing it to so…
A way of describing something by comparing it to something el…
Narrative
In the form of the story
Allegory
A story in which people animals are things have hidden meanin…
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