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english Great Gatsby- literary terms
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visual
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language that appeals to one or more of the five senses
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English Literary Terms Great Gatsby
Redolent
Incessantly
Malice
Unscrupulously
Fragrant
Without Stopping
Hatred, Evil
Without Morals
Redolent
Fragrant
Incessantly
Without Stopping
English Literary Terms / The Great Gatsby
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
Extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters, eve…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
A passing reference to historical or fictional characters, pl…
An event, object, custom, person, or thing that is out of its…
Allegory
Extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters, eve…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
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The Great Gatsby: Chapter 3 Terms
Permeate
Innuendo
Erroneous
Vehement
to pass into or through every part of; to penetrate through t…
an indirect comment about a person or thing, esp. of a dispar…
containing error; mistaken; incorrect; wrong.
strongly emotional; intense or passionate.
Permeate
to pass into or through every part of; to penetrate through t…
Innuendo
an indirect comment about a person or thing, esp. of a dispar…
English literary terms The great Gatsby
Modernism
Simile
Oxymoron
Personification
a literary movement of the early to mid-twentieth century in…
a comparison of two unlike things that uses the word like or as
combines two words with opposite or conflicting meanings
description of something non-human as if it were human
Modernism
a literary movement of the early to mid-twentieth century in…
Simile
a comparison of two unlike things that uses the word like or as
The great Gatsby chapter 3 terms
Permeate
Innuendo
Prodigality
Erroneous
To fill up; to saturate
Indirect hint that is insulting
Extravagant wastefulness
Incorrect ; wrong
Permeate
To fill up; to saturate
Innuendo
Indirect hint that is insulting
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English 3 The Great Gatsby Chapter 3-4
gaudy
permeate
innuendo
vehemently
brightly colored or showily decorated
to spread or pass through
an indirect remark or gesture that carries some hint of impro…
with intense conviction
gaudy
brightly colored or showily decorated
permeate
to spread or pass through
38 terms
English 3A "The Great Gatsby" Chapter 3+4
ravages
harlequin
permeate
casual innuendo
acts of utter destruction
many-colored
penetrate;prevade
refrence to damaging a person
ravages
acts of utter destruction
harlequin
many-colored
20 terms
The Great Gatsby - Wilcox English - Chapter 3
Permeate
Impetuously
Belasco
Contralto
To spread throughout something
Acting or done quickly and without thought or care
An actor and producer who died in the 30's
Lowest female singing voice
Permeate
To spread throughout something
Impetuously
Acting or done quickly and without thought or care
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Terms on Quiz
innuendo
contemptuously
speculation
notorious
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
scornfully
A guess or theory
Infamous
innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
contemptuously
scornfully
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Terms on Quiz
innuendo
contemptuously
speculation
notorious
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
scornfully
A guess or theory
Infamous
innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
contemptuously
scornfully
36 terms
English Literary Terms Great Gatsby
Redolent
Incessantly
Malice
Unscrupulously
Fragrant
Without Stopping
Hatred, Evil
Without Morals
Redolent
Fragrant
Incessantly
Without Stopping
English Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Permeate
Innuendo
Erroneous
Vehement
spread throughout something; pervade
an allusive or oblique remark or hint, typically a suggestive…
wrong or incorrect
showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, intense
Permeate
spread throughout something; pervade
Innuendo
an allusive or oblique remark or hint, typically a suggestive…
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English vocabulary chapter 3, 4 & 5 The Great Gatsby
Permeate
Erroneous
Vehement
Innuendo
Spread throught (something); pervade
Staying from what is moral, decent, proper. (contains an error)
Strongly emtional; intense or passionate
An indirect intimation about a person or thing
Permeate
Spread throught (something); pervade
Erroneous
Staying from what is moral, decent, proper. (contains an error)
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Terms on Quiz
innuendo
contemptuously
speculation
notorious
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
scornfully
A guess or theory
Infamous
innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
contemptuously
scornfully
Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Terms
Convivial
Dissension
Divergence
Erroneous
cheerful, jolly
disagreement
diversity
false, inaccurate
Convivial
cheerful, jolly
Dissension
disagreement
Chapter 3 great gatsby terms
Permeate
Innuendo
Erroneous
Vehement
To pass into
Indirect derogatory comment
Incorrect
Emotional, passionate
Permeate
To pass into
Innuendo
Indirect derogatory comment
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Chapter 3 Terms Great Gatsby
saunter
sinister
incessant
affectation
To stroll
Evil
nonstop
A phony attitude; pose
saunter
To stroll
sinister
Evil
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Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Vocab and Lit. terms
incredulously
resumed
strident
simultaneously
to show disbelief
to start again
loud and harsh
at the same time
incredulously
to show disbelief
resumed
to start again
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English 3- The Great Gatsby Chapter Summaries
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
The narrator of The Great Gatsby is a young man from Minnesot…
Halfway between West Egg and New York City sprawls a desolate…
One of the reasons that Gatsby has become so famous around Ne…
Nick lists all of the people who attended Gatsby's parties th…
Chapter 1
The narrator of The Great Gatsby is a young man from Minnesot…
Chapter 2
Halfway between West Egg and New York City sprawls a desolate…
Honors English MIDTERM (vocabulary, The Great Gatsby, and literary terms)
acquisitive
banal
belabor
carping
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
hackneyed, trite, commonplace
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
tending to find fault, especially in a petty, nasty, or hairs…
acquisitive
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
banal
hackneyed, trite, commonplace
26 terms
English Vocab Chapters 3-4 The Great Gatsby
Apparition
Asunder
Caterwauling
Convivial
a ghost
apart
noisy crying
a festival
Apparition
a ghost
Asunder
apart
english chapter one "The Great Gatsby" terms
privy
feign
levity
elation
informed about something secret
give a false appearance
lacking seriousness
feeling of joy
privy
informed about something secret
feign
give a false appearance
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English 3- The Great Gatsby Chapters 3 and 4
What accomplishments of Meyer Wolfshie…
According to Jordan, what did Daisy do…
Why does Gatsby want to have tea with…
What does Tom do when he and Daisy ret…
He's a gambler; fixed the World Series in 1919; sentimental
She received a letter from Gatsby, making her question marryi…
Gatsby wants Daisy to see his house and be impressed by it.
He crashed into a wagon on the Ventura Road with a girl who w…
What accomplishments of Meyer Wolfshie…
He's a gambler; fixed the World Series in 1919; sentimental
According to Jordan, what did Daisy do…
She received a letter from Gatsby, making her question marryi…
24 terms
English: The Great Gatsby - Chapters 1-3
non-judgemental
to learn bond business
East Egg is filled with extremely weal…
a mansion that imitated Hotel de Ville…
How does Nick describe himself at the beginning of the book?
Why has Nick come to the East?
What is the difference between the two Eggs?
Describe Gatsby's house
non-judgemental
How does Nick describe himself at the beginning of the book?
to learn bond business
Why has Nick come to the East?
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Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Permeate
Innuendo
Erroneous
Vehement
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
(adj.) incorrect, containing mistake
Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
Permeate
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
Innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a de…
15 terms
English 11A: The Great Gatsby Chapters 3-4
omnibus
fortnight
prodigality
credulity
long motor vehicle for passengers
14 days
extreme abundance
to believe easily
omnibus
long motor vehicle for passengers
fortnight
14 days
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Convivial
Dissension
Divergence
Erroneous
adj. sociable; jovial or festive
n. strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord
n. moving or lying in different directions from one point
adj. incorrect; wrong
Convivial
adj. sociable; jovial or festive
Dissension
n. strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord
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English vocab The Great Gatsby chapters 1-3
Feign
Supercilious
Conscientious
Complacent
Verb- pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury)
Adj- behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior…
Adj- wishing to do what is right, especially to do ones work…
Adj- showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or…
Feign
Verb- pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury)
Supercilious
Adj- behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior…
The Great Gatsby Vocab Chapter 1, English 3 Fuerdai Vocab review
reserved
privy
feign
levity
adj. marked by self-restraint
adj. informed about sth secret
v. to pretend
n. a manner lacking seriousness
reserved
adj. marked by self-restraint
privy
adj. informed about sth secret
The Great Gatsby chapters 3 and 4 vocabulary Burney English 11
Cataracts
Omnibus
Fortnight
Innuendo
Clouding of the eye
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
Two weeks | fourteen days
Indirect or subtle statement/ hidden meaning
Cataracts
Clouding of the eye
Omnibus
Vehicle meant to carry a large number of people
The Great Gatsby Chapter 1-3 Lit Terms
mar (verb)
wistfully/wistful (adverb/adjective)
supercilious (adjective)
compulsion (noun)
to damage, ruin, deface
full of wishful yearning or longing, often with sadness
having or showing arrogant superiority to an disdain if those…
a strong, usually irresistible impulse to perform an act, esp…
mar (verb)
to damage, ruin, deface
wistfully/wistful (adverb/adjective)
full of wishful yearning or longing, often with sadness
The Great Gatsby: Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary Terms
Corpulent
Cynical
Intimation
Languid
Having a large bulky body; fat; obese
Describes someone who believes the worst of human nature--tha…
An indication of hint
Moving or speaking slowly with little energy, often in an att…
Corpulent
Having a large bulky body; fat; obese
Cynical
Describes someone who believes the worst of human nature--tha…
The Great Gatsby: chapters 1-3 vocabulary terms
Corpulent
Cynical
Intimation
Languid
Havena large bulky body; fat; obese
Describes someone who believes the worst of human nature-that…
An indication or hint
Moving or speaking slowly with little energy, often in an att…
Corpulent
Havena large bulky body; fat; obese
Cynical
Describes someone who believes the worst of human nature-that…
20 terms
English ~ The Great Gatsby ~ Vocab Chapters 1-3
Feign
supercilious
incredulous
wan
Fake
overly proud
skeptical, disbelieving
pale
Feign
Fake
supercilious
overly proud
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[English] The Great Gatsby Vocabulary List (Chapters 1-3)
Feign
Conscientious
Incredulous
Reciprocal
to fake feelings or accidents
to be organized and careful
not wanting to believe something
sharing between others
Feign
to fake feelings or accidents
Conscientious
to be organized and careful
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The Great Gatsby: Key Vocab: Chapter 3
draw
toil
buffet
garnished
v.... To pull something along.
v. n.... Hard work, or to work hard.
n.... A meal laid out for guests to help themselves.
v.... Decorated (normally to do with food).
draw
v.... To pull something along.
toil
v. n.... Hard work, or to work hard.
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English 11 The Great Gatsby Vocabulary Chapters 1-3
Feigned
Complacency
Affection
Prodigality
Pretended
Self satisfaction or smugness
Artificial behavior
extravagance
Feigned
Pretended
Complacency
Self satisfaction or smugness
Terms for the Great Gatsby Chapters 1-3
Feign
Supercilious
Conscientious
Incredulous
to pretend
being above everyone else
relying on conscience
not believe
Feign
to pretend
Supercilious
being above everyone else
6 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Gatsby
Nick
Rumors about Gatsby
Owl-Eyes
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
*Guests talk about rumors they've heard about Gatsby and how…
*Nick and Jordan decide to try and find Gatsby and instead th…
Gatsby
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
Nick
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
10 terms
Gatsby Chapter 3 Vocabulary
permeate
innuendo
erroneous
vehement
(v.) to spread throughout, saturate
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, reference, or insinuation (…
(adj.) incorrect, containing mistakes or errors
(adj.) strongly emotional; intense, forceful, powerful
permeate
(v.) to spread throughout, saturate
innuendo
(n.) a hint, indirect suggestion, reference, or insinuation (…
10 terms
great gatsby (speaker, literary terms, theme, characterization, symbols)-english final
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgement"
"I hope she will be a fool-that's the…
"...HE stretched out his arms toward t…
"In HIS blue gardens men and girls cam…
Nick ... morals ... idealism... He is poilte and has high morals (at t…
Daisy... social commentary, internal conflict, ambiguity ... appear…
Nick about Gatsby... imagery, symbolism ... attachment to the past…
Gatsby (parties) ... symbolism... disillusionment, appearance vs re…
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgement"
Nick ... morals ... idealism... He is poilte and has high morals (at t…
"I hope she will be a fool-that's the…
Daisy... social commentary, internal conflict, ambiguity ... appear…
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 & 4 Vocabulary
gaudy
permeate
innuendo
vehemently
brightly colored or showily decorated
to spread or pass through
an indirect remark or gesture that carries some hint of impro…
with intense conviction
gaudy
brightly colored or showily decorated
permeate
to spread or pass through
AP English Language Vocabulary The Great Gatsby Vocabulary(Chapters 1-3)
Apathetic
Discreet
Immoderate
Languid
Marked by lack of interest
Unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic
Beyond reasonable limits
Lacking spirit or liveliness
Apathetic
Marked by lack of interest
Discreet
Unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3
Gatsby
Nick
Rumors about Gatsby
Owl-Eyes
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
*Guests talk about rumors they've heard about Gatsby and how…
*Nick and Jordan decide to try and find Gatsby and instead th…
Gatsby
Gatsby is well known around NY for his lavish, fancy parties…
Nick
*Nick gets invited to one of his parties. ... This is important…
The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Quotes
"I believe that on the first night I w…
"_______ had seen me several times, an…
"I was on my way to get roaring drunk…
"Welcome or not, I found it necessary…
Nick
Gatsby
Jordan
Nick
"I believe that on the first night I w…
Nick
"_______ had seen me several times, an…
Gatsby
15 terms
English 3 Chapter 1 Great Gatsby
anon
complacent
conscientious
extemporizing
adverb; soon or shortly
adj; self-satisfied, conceited
adj; of a person) wishing to do what is right, especially to…
verb; compose, perform, or produce something such as music or…
anon
adverb; soon or shortly
complacent
adj; self-satisfied, conceited
12 terms
English Vocabulary Chapters 3-4 Great Gatsby
Gaudy
Permeate
Innuendo
Vehemently
•brightly colored... •showy
•to spread
•an indirect remark(inappropriate)
•with strong conviction
Gaudy
•brightly colored... •showy
Permeate
•to spread
16 terms
English Vocab Great Gatsby Chapters 3-5
innuendo
prodigality
melancholy
profound
an indirect or covert suggestion or hint, especially of a der…
lavish abundance
gloomy state of mind
meaningful
innuendo
an indirect or covert suggestion or hint, especially of a der…
prodigality
lavish abundance
12 terms
The Great Gatsby Vocab. Terms Chapter's 1,2,3
Supercilious
Incredulous
Wan
Complacent
behavior or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
unwilling or unable to believe something. (Adj.)
pale and giving the impression of illness or exhaustion. (Adj.)
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's…
Supercilious
behavior or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
Incredulous
unwilling or unable to believe something. (Adj.)
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