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American Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary (1-10)
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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American Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary (11-20)
insuperable
lamentable
misnomer
profess
(adj.) incapable of being overcome
(adj.) to be regretted or pitied
(n.) an unsuitable or misleading name
(v.) to affirm openly; to state belief in; to claim, pretend
insuperable
(adj.) incapable of being overcome
lamentable
(adj.) to be regretted or pitied
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AP Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary
Enormity
Entomology
Environment
Ephemeral
great wickedness or evil; the Holocaust
study of insects
all of the surroundings of an organism
lasting for a short period of time
Enormity
great wickedness or evil; the Holocaust
Entomology
study of insects
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Unit 10 Literature Vocabulary
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
to grow or accumulate over time
critical note
state of uproar and confusion
(adj.)-hidden, disguised... (n)- sheltered place, hiding place
accrue
to grow or accumulate over time
annotation
critical note
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Literature: Unit 10 Vocabulary
Adept
Aspire
Bleak
Chide
Thoroughly skilled; expert
To have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
Bare, dreary, dismal
To blame, scold
Adept
Thoroughly skilled; expert
Aspire
To have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal…
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Vocabulary Unit 10 Literature
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj.) bare, dreary, dismal
(v.) to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
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Unit 10. Great Works of Literature
accompany
adventure
be aware of
chivalry
~와 동반하다, 수행하다
모험, 모험심
~에 대해 잘 알다
기사도, 기사도 정신
accompany
~와 동반하다, 수행하다
adventure
모험, 모험심
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Unit 10 Literature Vocabulary
Acquiesce
Allure
Askew
Blithe
To except without protest; to agree or submit
(Verb) To entice, tempt; to be attractive (noun) a strong; th…
Twisted to one side, crooked, disapprovingly
Cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
Acquiesce
To except without protest; to agree or submit
Allure
(Verb) To entice, tempt; to be attractive (noun) a strong; th…
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Unit 10 Vocabulary: Literature
die Gattung (en)
die Lyrik
die Epik
die Dramatik
genre
lyrical poetry
epic poetry, fiction
drama
die Gattung (en)
genre
die Lyrik
lyrical poetry
Unit 10 Literature Vocabulary
bellow
beneficiary
botch
clutter
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
(n.) one who benefits from something; a person who is left... mo…
(v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; (n.) a hopele…
(v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n.) a state of di…
bellow
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
beneficiary
(n.) one who benefits from something; a person who is left... mo…
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Unit 10 Literature Vocabulary
Bellow
Beneficiary
Botch
Clutter
To make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar ... Ant: whisper…
One who benefits from something; a person who is left money i…
To repair or patch poorly; make a mess of
To fill or cover in a disorderly way... Syn: litter, confusion
Bellow
To make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar ... Ant: whisper…
Beneficiary
One who benefits from something; a person who is left money i…
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Unit 10 Literature
fantasy novel
mystery book
passionate
enchanting
공상 소설
추리 소설
열정적인
매혹적인
fantasy novel
공상 소설
mystery book
추리 소설
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Themes in Literature Unit 10
Becky Thatcher
Mark Twain
dandelion
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Tom Sawyer was depressed because _________ was ill.
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer ("The Cat and the Pain…
When Sarah was typing the menu, she became sad when she saw _…
______________________ wrote Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie.
Becky Thatcher
Tom Sawyer was depressed because _________ was ill.
Mark Twain
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer ("The Cat and the Pain…
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7th Literature Unit 10 "Turning the Tide" vocab
theater
Habeas Corpus
SNAFU
Operation Torch
a war region
an order to bring somebody who has been detained into court
Situation Normal, All Fouled Up - meaning something goofed
American and British leaders join Stalin to help fight in Eur…
theater
a war region
Habeas Corpus
an order to bring somebody who has been detained into court
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Vocabulary for Literature Unit 10
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj.) bare, dreary, dismal
(v.) to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
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Unit 10 Vocabulary (Literature)
Accrue
Annotation
Bedlam
Covert
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
(n.) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
(adj.) hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; sheltered…
Accrue
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural…
Annotation
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 10
Accrue
Annotation
Bedlam
Covert
to grow
an explanatory note
a state of commotion
undercover
Accrue
to grow
Annotation
an explanatory note
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AP Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgement
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
(n.) a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs,…
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity
acumen
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgement
adjudicate
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
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World Literature - Unit 10 Vocabulary
crimin
decriminalize
incriminate
culp
crime, charge of crime
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
to blame
crimin
crime, charge of crime
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
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Literature Vocabulary Unit 10
bellow
beneficiary
botch
clutter
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
(n) one who benefits from something; a person who is left mon…
(v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; (n.) a hopele…
(v) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n) a state of diso…
bellow
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
beneficiary
(n) one who benefits from something; a person who is left mon…
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English 12 Literature Vocabulary Unit 10
adamant
brouhaha
bulwark
choleric
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion... (n.) an extremely hard subs…
(n.) a confused hodgepodge of sounds, ... hubbub; an uproar or c…
(n.) a strong defense or protection, ... a solid wall-like struc…
(adj.) easily made angry, bad-tempered... SYNONYM: testy
adamant
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion... (n.) an extremely hard subs…
brouhaha
(n.) a confused hodgepodge of sounds, ... hubbub; an uproar or c…
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World Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary
TOT
HOL
SUM
TRUNC, TRENC
Whole
Whole
Highest, most
To cut
TOT
Whole
HOL
Whole
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Vocabulary Unit 10 Literature Synonyms
abominable
bumbling
consequence
delude
disgusting
clumsy
result
fool, trick
abominable
disgusting
bumbling
clumsy
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World Literature - Vocabulary Unit 10
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
to agree or submit
to entice, tempt
crooked
cheerful
acquiesce
to agree or submit
allure
to entice, tempt
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World Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
accede
1. to entice... 2. the power to attract or charm
awry
1. carefree... 2. nonchalant
acquiesce
accede
allure
1. to entice... 2. the power to attract or charm
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Unit 10 Vocabulary American Literature
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
to grow or accumulate over time
a critical or explanatory note or comment
a state or scene of uproar and confusion
hidden, disguised; a hiding place
accrue
to grow or accumulate over time
annotation
a critical or explanatory note or comment
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American Literature Vocabulary: Unit 10
remonstrance (n.)
congenial (adj.)
throng (n.)
summons (n.)
a forcefully reproachful protest... Over the vociferous _______…
pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or interests th…
a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals... He pushed…
an order to appear before a judge or magistrate, or the writ…
remonstrance (n.)
a forcefully reproachful protest... Over the vociferous _______…
congenial (adj.)
pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or interests th…
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Vocabulary Unit 10 American Literature
aspire
asunder
convivial
cordial
to have a great ambition or ultimate goal; desire strongly
into separate parts or pieces; apart from each other either i…
enjoying good company; sociable; characterized by merry celeb…
warm and sincere; friendly; polite and respectful; formally p…
aspire
to have a great ambition or ultimate goal; desire strongly
asunder
into separate parts or pieces; apart from each other either i…
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Southern Literature- Unit 10 Vocabulary
askance
attenuate
benign
cavil
(adv.) with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
(v.) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, i…
(adj.) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favor…
(v.) to find fault in a petty way, carp; (n.) a trivial objec…
askance
(adv.) with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
attenuate
(v.) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, i…
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Unit 10 Vocabulary (American Literature)
Aspire
Asunder
Convivial
Cordial
(v) To have a great ambition or ultimate goal; desire strongl…
(adv) Into separate parts or pieces; apart from each other ei…
(adj) Enjoying good company; sociable; characterized by merry…
(adj) Warm and sincere; friendly; polite and respectful; form…
Aspire
(v) To have a great ambition or ultimate goal; desire strongl…
Asunder
(adv) Into separate parts or pieces; apart from each other ei…
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Unit 10 vocabulary(keystone literature)
Acquiesce
Allure
Askew
Blithe
(V) To accept with out protest; to agree or submit
(V) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n) a strong react…
(Adj; adv) twisted to one side; crooked; disapprovingly
(Adj) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
Acquiesce
(V) To accept with out protest; to agree or submit
Allure
(V) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n) a strong react…
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Honors British Literature Unit 10 Vocabulary
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to... (n.) a strong attr…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to... (n.) a strong attr…
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Mrs. Jones AP Literature Vocabulary Unit 10
askance
attenuate
benign
cavil
(adv.) with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
(v.) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, i…
(adj.) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favor…
(v.) to find fault in a petty way, carp; (n.) a trivial objec…
askance
(adv.) with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
attenuate
(v.) to make thin or slender; to weaken or lessen in force, i…
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AP Literature and Composition Vocabulary Unit 10
Acrimony
Burgeon
Corroboration
Ebullient
Noun ... 1. sharpness, harshness, or bitterness of nature, speec…
Verb (used without object) ... 1. to grow or develop quickly; fl…
Noun ... 1. the act of corroborating. ... 2. a corroboratory fact,…
Adjective ... 1. overflowing with fervor, enthusiasm, or excitem…
Acrimony
Noun ... 1. sharpness, harshness, or bitterness of nature, speec…
Burgeon
Verb (used without object) ... 1. to grow or develop quickly; fl…
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Literature Vocabulary Unit 10 with pictures
bellow
beneficiary
botch
clutter
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
(n) One who benefits from something; a person who is left mon…
(v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; (n.) a hopele…
(v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n.) a state of di…
bellow
(v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; (n.) a…
beneficiary
(n) One who benefits from something; a person who is left mon…
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AP Literature Vocabulary Unit 10- Antonyms
calamity
exasperate
forestall
ignoramus
blessing, favor
delight, please
allow, encourage
brain
calamity
blessing, favor
exasperate
delight, please
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Advanced World Literature - Unit 10 Vocabulary
crimin
incriminate
recrimination
culp
crime, charge of crime
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
to blame
crimin
crime, charge of crime
incriminate
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
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AP Literature Vocabulary Unit 10- Synonyms
calamity
exasperate
forestall
ignoramus
catastrophe, scourge
aggravate, vex
thwart, avert
blockhead, imbecile
calamity
catastrophe, scourge
exasperate
aggravate, vex
12 terms
American literature unit 10
Ics
Iso
Cor
Ess
Art
Equal
Heart
Female
Ics
Art
Iso
Equal
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Literature Test (unit 10)
Why was Tom Sawyer depressed?
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Why did Sarah ("Springtime a la Carte"…
Who wrote Evangeline?
Becky Thatcher was ill
Mark Twain
She saw dandelions on the menu that she was typing.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Why was Tom Sawyer depressed?
Becky Thatcher was ill
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Mark Twain
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Unit 10 literature
Abominable
Bumbling
Consequence
Delude
Arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
Blundering and awkward; clumsiness
A result, effect, importance
To fool, deceive; to mislead utterly
Abominable
Arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
Bumbling
Blundering and awkward; clumsiness
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World Literature-Unit 10
setting
Crystal Moment
Rober P. Tristram Coffin
A White Heron
the physical background against which the events of a story t…
written by Rober P. Tristram Coffin
an American poet, essayist, novelist, and college professor,…
written by Sarah Orne Jewett
setting
the physical background against which the events of a story t…
Crystal Moment
written by Rober P. Tristram Coffin
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AP Literature Unit 10
Acumen
Adjudicate
Anachronism
Apocryphal
Keeness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment
To act as judge in matter; to settle through the use of a jud…
A chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs, or pe…
Of doubtful or questionable authenticity
Acumen
Keeness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment
Adjudicate
To act as judge in matter; to settle through the use of a jud…
Literature Unit 10
abominable-kw
abominable-kw
abominable-kw
bumbling-kw
(adj) arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
synonyms: hateful, despicable, loathsome
antonyms: praiseworthy, delightful, charming
(adj) blundering and awkward; (n) clumsiness
abominable-kw
(adj) arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
abominable-kw
synonyms: hateful, despicable, loathsome
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Literature Authors (unit 10)
Crystal Moment
A White Heron
The Eagle
A Prayer in Spring
Robert P. Tristam Coffin
Sarah Orne Jewett
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Robert Frost
Crystal Moment
Robert P. Tristam Coffin
A White Heron
Sarah Orne Jewett
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Literature Unit 10
Dandelions
Boots/shoes
Apple
Red rose
This reminded Sarah of her fianće.
Martin Avdeich made his living repairing these.
Martin smoother over a quarrel about this stole item
Robert Burns compared his "Luve" to this
Dandelions
This reminded Sarah of her fianće.
Boots/shoes
Martin Avdeich made his living repairing these.
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Literature unit 10
Suspense
Foreshadow
Foil
Irony
Growing tension
Hints about future events
Two opposite characters
The opposite of what is expected
Suspense
Growing tension
Foreshadow
Hints about future events
Literature Unit 10
Norman Rockwell
Jonathan Edwards
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Jonathan Edwards
painted 'Saying Grace' that proved to be most popular POST co…
wrote "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
the most famous sermon ever preached in America
was colonial America's most famous preacher and theologian, C…
Norman Rockwell
painted 'Saying Grace' that proved to be most popular POST co…
Jonathan Edwards
wrote "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
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Unit 10 literature
Abominate
Bumbling
Consequence
Delude
Arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
Blundering and awkward; clumsiness
A result, effect, importance
To fool, deceive; to mislead utterly
Abominate
Arousing hatred; disgusting, detestable
Bumbling
Blundering and awkward; clumsiness
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Literature Unit 10
"To a Snow-flake"
The Skater and the Wolves
"Crystal Moment"
A White Heron
Francis Thompson
Whitehead
Robert P. Tristram Coffin (American, Maine)
Sarah Orne Jewett (Maine, 19th century)
"To a Snow-flake"
Francis Thompson
The Skater and the Wolves
Whitehead
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