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english Great Gatsby- literary terms
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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 7 Terms
Lapse
Insistent
Tentative
Abrupt
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V) -to co…
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant.
sudden or unexpected.
Lapse
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V) -to co…
Insistent
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
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
Chapter 7 Vocab: Honors English-The Great Gatsby
Caravansary
Harrowing
Affront
Bona fide
An inn or large hotel
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
An offense to ones dignity or self respect
Made, done, presented in good faith; authentic
Caravansary
An inn or large hotel
Harrowing
Extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
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The Great Gatsby- WIlcox English- Chapter 7
Why does Gatsby not throw anymore part…
Why did Gatsby fire his servants?
caravansary?
Where does Gatsby, the Buchanans, Ms.…
Gatsby threw them to attract Daisy, but now since she visits…
He didn't want any rumors about him to come back to daisy.
Group of people traveling together
To the hotel plaza in the city.
Why does Gatsby not throw anymore part…
Gatsby threw them to attract Daisy, but now since she visits…
Why did Gatsby fire his servants?
He didn't want any rumors about him to come back to daisy.
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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 Great Gatsby Vocab: Chapter 7
Lapse
Insistent
Tentative
Abrupt
To pass into or through every part of... 1. Percentage... 2.Perfect…
An indirect comment about a person or thing... 1.Innervation... 2.I…
Containing error... 1.Erratic... 2.Error... 3.Erringly... 4.Errand
Strongly emotional... 1. Vehicle... 2.Vehemence ... 3.Vehicular ... 4.Veh…
Lapse
To pass into or through every part of... 1. Percentage... 2.Perfect…
Insistent
An indirect comment about a person or thing... 1.Innervation... 2.I…
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The Great Gatsby: Key Vocab: Chapter 7
obscure
sulk
squint
simmer
(adj.) (v.)... Difficult to see, vague; to make difficult to see…
(v.) (n.) in a bad or nasty mood, resentful; gloomy
(v.) To look at something with your eyes partly closed to try…
(v.) To cook gently in a liquid just at or below the boiling…
obscure
(adj.) (v.)... Difficult to see, vague; to make difficult to see…
sulk
(v.) (n.) in a bad or nasty mood, resentful; gloomy
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
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English 11A: The Great Gatsby Chapters 7-8
sulkily
dilatory
caravansary
proprietor
in a gloomy manner
tending to procrastinate
large inn or hotel
owner of a business
sulkily
in a gloomy manner
dilatory
tending to procrastinate
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: The Great Gatsby Vocab chapters 5-7
prodigality
staid
impetuously
bonna-fide
the quality of being wasteful or extravagant in spending.
of settled or sedate character; not flighty or capricious.
of, relating to, or characterized by sudden or rash action, e…
made, done, presented, etc., in good faith; without deception…
prodigality
the quality of being wasteful or extravagant in spending.
staid
of settled or sedate character; not flighty or capricious.
The Great Gatsby Terms Chapters 7-9
Lapse
Insistent
Tentative
Abrupt
temporary failure of concentration, memory or judgement
insisting or demanding something
not fixed or certain
sudden and unexpected
Lapse
temporary failure of concentration, memory or judgement
Insistent
insisting or demanding something
The Great Gatsby Chapters 6 and 7 English 11 Burney
Laudable
Insidious
Meretricious
Ineffable
Worthy of praise
Dangerous or treacherous
Based on deception or pretense
Inexpressible or unable to express
Laudable
Worthy of praise
Insidious
Dangerous or treacherous
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Great Gatsby Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Lapse
Insistent
Tentative
Abrupt
(n) a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure / (v) t…
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
sudden or unexpected
Lapse
(n) a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure / (v) t…
Insistent
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
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English Great Gatsby Chapter 6&7
Laudable
Notoriety
Meretricious
Ineffable
commendable, admirable, worthy
infamy, ill-repute
cheap, tawdry, tacky, tasteless
indescribable, beyond mere words
Laudable
commendable, admirable, worthy
Notoriety
infamy, ill-repute
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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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English Great Gatsby Chapters 7-9
affront
croon
genial(ly)
refuse
a personally offensive act or word; deliberate act or display…
to sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
warmly and pleasantly cheerful; cordial
something that is discarded as worthless or useless; rubbish;…
affront
a personally offensive act or word; deliberate act or display…
croon
to sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Why does Gatsby fire all his servants…
Gatsby sees something at Daisy's that…
Why does Daisy kiss Gatsy while Tom is…
What does Gatsby hear in Daisy's voice?
To avoid them gossiping about him and Daisy. ... They were repla…
He sees Pammy, Daisy and Tom's daughter. Now it will be hard…
She is living recklessly...maybe trying to get caught to get…
He hears "money"...it has a attitude of the upper class. He w…
Why does Gatsby fire all his servants…
To avoid them gossiping about him and Daisy. ... They were repla…
Gatsby sees something at Daisy's that…
He sees Pammy, Daisy and Tom's daughter. Now it will be hard…
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English: Great Gatsby Vocabulary Chapters 7-9
affront
croon
genial
refuse
a personally offensive act or word, deliberate act of display…
to sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
warmly and pleasingly cheerful, cordial
something that is discarded as worthless or useless, rubbish,…
affront
a personally offensive act or word, deliberate act of display…
croon
to sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
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Advanced English 10: The Great Gatsby Chapters 4-7
What is noteworthy about the names of…
What does Gatsby tell about his educat…
Gatsby says that he tried to__________…
What does Gatsby do to "prove" his bac…
They are all wealthy, upper-class individuals that have conne…
He states that he is from San Francisco, and that he attended…
Die.
He pulls out a medal, and a picture.
What is noteworthy about the names of…
They are all wealthy, upper-class individuals that have conne…
What does Gatsby tell about his educat…
He states that he is from San Francisco, and that he attended…
AP English Language Vocabulary The Great Gatsby(chapters 6-7)
Notoriety
Persistent
Meretricious
Turgid
The state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality
Continually recurring to the mind
Tastelessly showy
Ostentatiously loft in style
Notoriety
The state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality
Persistent
Continually recurring to the mind
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
something changes at Gatsby's house
Lunch at Tom and Daisy's house
Nick, Jordan, Tom, Daisy and Gatsby he…
Tom realizes the feelings between Gats…
-To prevent gossip, Gatsby fires his servants and hires shady…
-One afternoon, Nick goes to Tom and Daisy's for lunch and fi…
- Nick rides with Jordan and Tom in Gatsby's car, and Gatsby…
-Tom confronts Gatsby. He accuses Gatsby of lying about havin…
something changes at Gatsby's house
-To prevent gossip, Gatsby fires his servants and hires shady…
Lunch at Tom and Daisy's house
-One afternoon, Nick goes to Tom and Daisy's for lunch and fi…
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Advanced English 10: The Great Gatsby Chapters 4-7
What is noteworthy about the names of…
What does Gatsby tell about his educat…
Gatsby says that he tried to__________…
What does Gatsby do to "prove" his bac…
They are all wealthy, upper-class individuals that have conne…
He states that he is from San Francisco, and that he attended…
Die.
He pulls out a medal, and a picture.
What is noteworthy about the names of…
They are all wealthy, upper-class individuals that have conne…
What does Gatsby tell about his educat…
He states that he is from San Francisco, and that he attended…
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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary Chapter 7-9
portentous
magnanimous
formidable
presumptuous
very serious and significant
very generous, kind, or forgiving
difficult to deal with
boldly disrespectful; forward; arrogant
portentous
very serious and significant
magnanimous
very generous, kind, or forgiving
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Gatsby Chapter 7 Vocabulary
grudging
combustion
muffled
stagnant
unwilling
burning
made less loud or clear
motionless
grudging
unwilling
combustion
burning
the Great Gatsby vocabulary chapter 7
Lapse
Insistent
Tentative
Abrupt
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V.) -to c…
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant.
sudden or unexpected.
Lapse
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V.) -to c…
Insistent
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
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The Great Gatsby - Chapter 7 Vocabulary
lapse
insistent
tentative
tumult
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure; (verb) - t…
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
uproar; disorder; highly distressing agitation of mind or fee…
lapse
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure; (verb) - t…
insistent
earnest or emphatic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or demandi…
The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
something changes at Gatsby's house
Lunch at Tom and Daisy's house
Nick, Jordan, Tom, Daisy and Gatsby he…
Tom realizes the feelings between Gats…
-To prevent gossip, Gatsby fires his servants and hires shady…
-One afternoon, Nick goes to Tom and Daisy's for lunch and fi…
- Nick rides with Jordan and Tom in Gatsby's car, and Gatsby…
-Tom confronts Gatsby. He accuses Gatsby of lying about havin…
something changes at Gatsby's house
-To prevent gossip, Gatsby fires his servants and hires shady…
Lunch at Tom and Daisy's house
-One afternoon, Nick goes to Tom and Daisy's for lunch and fi…
The Great Gatsby, Chapter 7
conductor
bona fide
preceding
snob
(n.) the person who collects money on a bus or train
(adj.) not counterfeit; the "real thing"
(adj.) coming before
(n.) a person regarded as arrogant and annoying
conductor
(n.) the person who collects money on a bus or train
bona fide
(adj.) not counterfeit; the "real thing"
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Relinquish
Intermittent
Sensuous
Magnanimous
(v.) to let go, give up... (Latin)
(adj.) stopping and beginning again, sporadic... (Latin)
(adj.) involving sensory gratification (Paul found drinking C…
(adj.)Generous in forgiving, above small meanness especially…
Relinquish
(v.) to let go, give up... (Latin)
Intermittent
(adj.) stopping and beginning again, sporadic... (Latin)
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Great Gatsby Chapter 7
affront
lapse
tentative
portentous
(n.) (v.) an insult
v. to decline from a previous level or standard; to come to a…
(adj.) uncertain, hesitant
(adj.) of momentous or ominous significance
affront
(n.) (v.) an insult
lapse
v. to decline from a previous level or standard; to come to a…
The Great Gatsby - Chapter 7
Vicariously
Intermittent
Expostulation
Libertine
(Adv) Indirectly as, by, or through a substitute
(Adj) Stopping and starting at irregular intervals
(N) An exclamation of protest or remonstrance or reproof
(Adj & N) Unrestrained by convention or morality
Vicariously
(Adv) Indirectly as, by, or through a substitute
Intermittent
(Adj) Stopping and starting at irregular intervals
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The Great Gatsby -- Chapter 7
Tentative
Tumult
Portentous
Irreverent
Adj - Unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant.
Noun - uproar; disorder; highly distressing agitation of mind…
Adj - Ominous, predictive of future bad events.
Adj - Not respectful; critical of what is generally accepted…
Tentative
Adj - Unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant.
Tumult
Noun - uproar; disorder; highly distressing agitation of mind…
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Why does Gatsby fire all his servants…
Gatsby sees something at Daisy's that…
Why does Daisy kiss Gatsy while Tom is…
What does Gatsby hear in Daisy's voice?
To avoid them gossiping about him and Daisy. ... They were repla…
He sees Pammy, Daisy and Tom's daughter. Now it will be hard…
She is living recklessly...maybe trying to get caught to get…
He hears "money"...it has a attitude of the upper class. He w…
Why does Gatsby fire all his servants…
To avoid them gossiping about him and Daisy. ... They were repla…
Gatsby sees something at Daisy's that…
He sees Pammy, Daisy and Tom's daughter. Now it will be hard…
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Mrs Blaney English Vocab (great gatsby) chapter 6 and 7
Laudable
Insidious
Repose
Debauch
Deserving praise
Proceeding with harmful effects
A state of rest or sleep
To destroy
Laudable
Deserving praise
Insidious
Proceeding with harmful effects
English II Great Gatsby Vocab Chapters 6-7
notoriety
persistent
ingratiate
perturbed
the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality.
continually recurring to the mind.
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts.
thrown into a state of agitated confusion.
notoriety
the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality.
persistent
continually recurring to the mind.
The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Caravansary
Clog
Meretricious
Portentous
a large inn, usually in the Middle East, to accommodate carav…
a kind of dance
characteristic of a prostitute
ominous
Caravansary
a large inn, usually in the Middle East, to accommodate carav…
Clog
a kind of dance
Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Lapse (N)
Insistent (Adj)
Tentative (Adj)
Abrupt (Adj)
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V)- to co…
earnest or empathetic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or deman…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
sudden or unexpected
Lapse (N)
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure. (V)- to co…
Insistent (Adj)
earnest or empathetic in dwelling upon, maintaining, or deman…
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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
affront
genial
boisterous
precipitate
(n.) an insult
(adj.) friendly, affable
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
(adj.) characterized by excessive haste, speed, or urgency
affront
(n.) an insult
genial
(adj.) friendly, affable
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the great gatsby chapter 7
relinquish
intermittent
sensuous
magnanimois
pos: verb... o: french... d: give up
pos: adjective... o: latin... d: not continuous or steady
pos: adjective... o: latin... d: relating to or affecting the sense…
pos: adjective... o: latin... d: generous in forgiving an insult or…
relinquish
pos: verb... o: french... d: give up
intermittent
pos: adjective... o: latin... d: not continuous or steady
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
commutation
inviolate
libertine
prig
substituting one thing for another
undisturbed
a person who is morally or sexually unrestrained
a person who displays or demands of others pointlessly precis…
commutation
substituting one thing for another
inviolate
undisturbed
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Gatsby Vocab Ch 7-9
Pasquinade
Portentous
Irreverent
Borne
a satire or lampoon, esp. one posted in public place.
ominous, predictive of future bad events
not respectful; critical of what is generally accepted or res…
carried
Pasquinade
a satire or lampoon, esp. one posted in public place.
Portentous
ominous, predictive of future bad events
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Moore JR Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Why did Gatsby fire all his servants
What does Daisy do while Tom is on pho…
What kind of relationship does Daisy h…
What does Gatsby say that Daisy's voic…
So that they would not gossip about him and Daisy
* Daisy kisses Gatsby... * She tells Jordan to kiss Nick... * Becau…
* Daisy likes the baby because she can show it off.... * He does…
* Money... * Because money is something he wants
Why did Gatsby fire all his servants
So that they would not gossip about him and Daisy
What does Daisy do while Tom is on pho…
* Daisy kisses Gatsby... * She tells Jordan to kiss Nick... * Becau…
The Great Gatsby Vocabulary: Chapter 7
Caravansary
Clog
Meretricious
Portentous
A large inn, usually in the Middle East, to accommodate carav…
A kind of dance
Characteristic of a prostitute
Ominous
Caravansary
A large inn, usually in the Middle East, to accommodate carav…
Clog
A kind of dance
66 terms
Great Gatsby chapter 7
What is the name of daisy and tom's da…
In the beginning of chapter 7, Gatsby'…
Who told Nick that Gatsby replaced all…
Why did Gatsby replace his servants?
Pammy Buchannan
Trimalchio... He was a freedman who gained prestige and power th…
"My Finn"
Didn't want gossip about him. They wouldn't go into west egg…
What is the name of daisy and tom's da…
Pammy Buchannan
In the beginning of chapter 7, Gatsby'…
Trimalchio... He was a freedman who gained prestige and power th…
The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
Portentous
Magnanimous
Formidable
Presumptuous
Ominous
Generous
Menacing
Arrogant
Portentous
Ominous
Magnanimous
Generous
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The Great Gatsby - Chapter 7
What was Gatsby's reaction to Daisy's…
What did Wilson do to Myrtle?
What does Gatsby think about Daisy's r…
What is Daisy's reaction to both men?
he is surprised; did not believe she existed
locked her in her room until they are able to get away from t…
he believes that she never really loved Tom
confused; torn between the two; wants to escape with Gatsby b…
What was Gatsby's reaction to Daisy's…
he is surprised; did not believe she existed
What did Wilson do to Myrtle?
locked her in her room until they are able to get away from t…
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