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Literature 11
Trope
Synecdoche
Metonymy
Metaphor
A figurative or metaphorical use of word or expression.
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
The substitution of the name of an attribute or adjunct for t…
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
Trope
A figurative or metaphorical use of word or expression.
Synecdoche
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
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British Literature List #11
admonish (v)
diligent (adj)
gloat (v)
irreverence (n)
to scold gently, to correct in a well meaning way
tending to do something with careful and steady effort
to show mean-spirited happiness; to be happy about someone's…
disrespect
admonish (v)
to scold gently, to correct in a well meaning way
diligent (adj)
tending to do something with careful and steady effort
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Literature 11
Insidious
Privileges
Vigilant
Despotism
Intended to entrap or beguile.
A right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond…
Keenly, watchful to detect danger, weary.
The rule of despot, the exercise of absolute authority.
Insidious
Intended to entrap or beguile.
Privileges
A right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond…
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Literature 11
Hysteria
Faction
Abomination
Pretense
When you are excited or exaggerate uncontrollably.
A small, organized, dissenting group within a larger one, esp…
Feeling hatred or creating hatred towards someone.
To make something look like it's true but it's really not.
Hysteria
When you are excited or exaggerate uncontrollably.
Faction
A small, organized, dissenting group within a larger one, esp…
19 terms
11 Literature
Approbation
Assuge
Coalition
Decadence
The expression of approval or favorable opinion; praise
Make easier or milder; relieve; to quiet; calm; put an end to
A combination; union; or merger for some specific purpose
Decline, decay or deterioration; a condition or period of dec…
Approbation
The expression of approval or favorable opinion; praise
Assuge
Make easier or milder; relieve; to quiet; calm; put an end to
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AP Literature 11-20
Rhetoric
Redundant
Strumpet
Sycophant
From the Greek for "orator," this term describes the principl…
Needlessly repetitive
A prostitute; a harlot
a self-serving flatterer; yes-man
Rhetoric
From the Greek for "orator," this term describes the principl…
Redundant
Needlessly repetitive
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11 Literature Syllabus Terms
Aesthetic
Appreciation
Attitude
Audience
A sense of beauty or an appreciation of artistic expression.…
The act of discerning the quality and value of literary texts.
A stance regarding a situation, idea, character, event or iss…
The group of readers, listeners or viewers that it is presume…
Aesthetic
A sense of beauty or an appreciation of artistic expression.…
Appreciation
The act of discerning the quality and value of literary texts.
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Week 11 Literature terms
accentual-syllabic meter
continuous form
implied situation
lyric poem
a meter that is measured by the number and pattern of both sy…
an arrangement whereby there is only one continuous group of…
the implied and understood-but not explicitly told-situation…
a short, non-narrative poem expressing the thoughts and feeli…
accentual-syllabic meter
a meter that is measured by the number and pattern of both sy…
continuous form
an arrangement whereby there is only one continuous group of…
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AP Literature Vocab 11
Imagery
Auditory Imagery
Gustatory Imagery
Kinetic Imagery
devices which appeal to the senses: visual, tactile, auditory…
sound imagery. It appeals to the sense of hearing. Ex: "The t…
imagery appealing to the sense of taste.
imagery that appeals to movement. Ex: The flies flew around o…
Imagery
devices which appeal to the senses: visual, tactile, auditory…
Auditory Imagery
sound imagery. It appeals to the sense of hearing. Ex: "The t…
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Y11 ESL - Literature
strip something of
nook
teeming with
iridescent
to take everything away from someone / something
a gap or opening, giving shelter. 角落, colţ
has lots of
very shiny
strip something of
to take everything away from someone / something
nook
a gap or opening, giving shelter. 角落, colţ
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English 11 Literature Terms
Introduction ( or exposition)
Rising action
Climax
Conclusion/denouement
Introduces the setting, characters and/or conflicts in a story.
The series of events in a story leading up to the climax
The height of emotional intesity in a story.
the section of the story which ties up the loose edge
Introduction ( or exposition)
Introduces the setting, characters and/or conflicts in a story.
Rising action
The series of events in a story leading up to the climax
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American Literature Unit 9 Vocabulary (11-20)
gnarled
indemnity
inkling
limpid
(adj.) knotted, twisted, lumpy
(n.) a payment for damage or loss
(n.) a hint; a vague notion
(adj.) clear, transparent; readily understood
gnarled
(adj.) knotted, twisted, lumpy
indemnity
(n.) a payment for damage or loss
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American Literature Unit 11 Vocabulary (11-20)
misconstrue
obnoxious
placate
placid
(v.) to interpret wrongly, mistake the meaning of
(adj.) highly offensive, arousing strong dislike
(v.) to appease, soothe, pacify
(adj) calm, peaceful
misconstrue
(v.) to interpret wrongly, mistake the meaning of
obnoxious
(adj.) highly offensive, arousing strong dislike
20 terms
Literature Vocabulary 11/11
Shallop
Discord
Foreboding
Defilement
A small sailboat
Disagreement between people
A prediction
To desecrate
Shallop
A small sailboat
Discord
Disagreement between people
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Literature Vocabulary 11/11
Shallop
Discord
Foreboding
Defilement
A small sailboat
Disagreement between people
A prediction
To desecrate
Shallop
A small sailboat
Discord
Disagreement between people
10 terms
List 11 literature
Robot
Jabberwocky
Lilliputian
Quixotic
A mechanical device that performs human tasks.
Writing or speech that makes no sense
Very tiny
Someone who is romantic and impractical
Robot
A mechanical device that performs human tasks.
Jabberwocky
Writing or speech that makes no sense
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Literature Vocab 11
allude
clairvoyant
conclusive
disreputable
(v.) to refer to casually or indirectly... s- suggest, insinuate…
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; (n.) one who possesses extr…
(adj.) serving to settle an issue; final
(adj.) not respectable, not esteemed... s- disgraceful, discredi…
allude
(v.) to refer to casually or indirectly... s- suggest, insinuate…
clairvoyant
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; (n.) one who possesses extr…
23 terms
Junior Literature Lesson 12 11 LA
Badinage
Bilious
Blandishment
Debauchery
Playful, teasing talk
Bad Tempered; cross
Flattery
Corruption; Self-indulgence
Badinage
Playful, teasing talk
Bilious
Bad Tempered; cross
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Literature Test 11
Aeneas
Beatrice
Charon
Dido
Trojan warrior who narrates The Wooden Horse
symbolizes divine revelation in the Divine Comedy
ferryman at river Acheron
queen of Carthage
Aeneas
Trojan warrior who narrates The Wooden Horse
Beatrice
symbolizes divine revelation in the Divine Comedy
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Vocab Card 11 - American Literature
infamy
partial
dread
gallows
famous for wrong reasons
prefer, like something more
fear
place where people are hanged
infamy
famous for wrong reasons
partial
prefer, like something more
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Literature Vocabulary #11
animosity
apathy
implicate
inter
strong dislike; bitter, hostility
a lack of feeling; emotion, or interest
to involve in; to connect with or being related to
to bury, to commit to earth; consign with oblivion
animosity
strong dislike; bitter, hostility
apathy
a lack of feeling; emotion, or interest
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AP Literature List 11 Vocabulary
austere
corpulent
derisive
effeminate
(adj) grave; sober, solemn, serious
(adj) large or bulky; portly; fat
(adj) characterized by or expressing ridicule; mocking
(adj) characterized by excessive softness, delicacy, self-ind…
austere
(adj) grave; sober, solemn, serious
corpulent
(adj) large or bulky; portly; fat
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Literature Vocab 11
Corroborate (v)
Aberration (n)
Herculean (adj)
Retrospect (n)
Definition: to confirm or give support to (a statement, theor…
Definition: a departure from what is normal, usual, or expect…
Definition: requiring great strength or effort... Synonym: hard,…
Definition: contemplation or survey of things that happened i…
Corroborate (v)
Definition: to confirm or give support to (a statement, theor…
Aberration (n)
Definition: a departure from what is normal, usual, or expect…
6th Literature Vocabulary #11
amethyst
boisterously
compelled
contrite
a transparent purple variety of quartz
loud or noisy and lively or unrestrained
forced to do something
deeply sorrowful or repentant for a wrong
amethyst
a transparent purple variety of quartz
boisterously
loud or noisy and lively or unrestrained
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Literature Vocabulary Unit # 11
Adumbrate
The Secretary of State would only ____…
Penumbra
This area of the investigation was the…
To give a sketchy outline or disclosure in part; (2) ... To hint…
Adumbrate
The partial shadow surrounding a complete shadow, as in an ec…
Penumbra
Adumbrate
To give a sketchy outline or disclosure in part; (2) ... To hint…
The Secretary of State would only ____…
Adumbrate
23 terms
11 Literature Facts
Spirit of '76
Stephen Vincent Benet
Norman Rockwell
Robert P. T. Coffin
was originally called Yankee doodle and was used for America'…
Received a pulitzer prize for "John Brown's Body"
America's most beloved illustrator
his novels inspired by the sea and fields of Maine
Spirit of '76
was originally called Yankee doodle and was used for America'…
Stephen Vincent Benet
Received a pulitzer prize for "John Brown's Body"
10 terms
Literature Vocab 11
Overt
Peerless
Recalcitrant
Salutary
Not hidden; open.... Most observers took the senator's speech as…
Having no equal; better than the rest.... Theresa's ______ beaut…
Refusing to obey or follow orders; unmanageable resistant.... Th…
Healthful; useful or helpful; remedial.... Upon sagacious reflec…
Overt
Not hidden; open.... Most observers took the senator's speech as…
Peerless
Having no equal; better than the rest.... Theresa's ______ beaut…
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Literature Term Quiz #11
nonfiction
informational writing
persuasive writing
biography
A story that tells about real people, places, or events.
Writing that explains something.
Writing that tries to influence the reader.
A story written about someone else's life.
nonfiction
A story that tells about real people, places, or events.
informational writing
Writing that explains something.
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literature ch 10-11
sinners in the hands of an angry god... s…
Charles g. finney
t. Dewitt Talmage
D.L.Moody
title of Jonathan Edward's most famous sermon... "The God that h…
selfishness not true religion
employments of heaven and conjugal harmony
the wisdom of d l moody
sinners in the hands of an angry god... s…
title of Jonathan Edward's most famous sermon... "The God that h…
Charles g. finney
selfishness not true religion
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World Literature Vocabulary Terms #11
bolster
depreciate
indiscriminate
inquisitive
(v) To hold up, strengthen, or reinforce; support with a rigi…
(v) To fall or decrease in value or price; to lower the value…
(adj) Not chosen carefully; not based on careful selection
(adj) Curious; eager to learn
bolster
(v) To hold up, strengthen, or reinforce; support with a rigi…
depreciate
(v) To fall or decrease in value or price; to lower the value…
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Literature Vocabulary #11
Tantalize
Mercurial
Axiom
Bacchanalian
(V) to torment with; to tease by arousing expectations that a…
(Adj) changeable; volatile; fickle; flighty; erratic
(N) a universal truth; self-evident truth that requires no pr…
(N) a Roman festival of Bacchus celebrated with dancing, song…
Tantalize
(V) to torment with; to tease by arousing expectations that a…
Mercurial
(Adj) changeable; volatile; fickle; flighty; erratic
10 terms
American Literature Unit 8 Vocabulary (11-20)
multifarious
obsolete
omnivorous
parsimonious
(adj.) having great variety; numerous and diverse
(adj.) out-of-date, no longer in use
(adj.) eating every kind of food; eagerly taking in everythin…
(adj.) stingy, miserly; meager, poor, small
multifarious
(adj.) having great variety; numerous and diverse
obsolete
(adj.) out-of-date, no longer in use
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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
10 terms
Literature Vocab, Week 11
Oedipus complex
Parody
Octave
Sestet
Oedipus
A piece of writing, music, etc., that imitates the style of s…
A poem or stanza of eight lines
The last six lines of a sonnet
Oedipus complex
Oedipus
Parody
A piece of writing, music, etc., that imitates the style of s…
11 terms
Literature1-11
Act
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
It is a part of a play or drama often made up scenes.
The repetition of initial consonant sound in two or more sent…
Indirect reference to someone or something.
A comparison between two things, typically for the purpose of…
Act
It is a part of a play or drama often made up scenes.
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sound in two or more sent…
5 terms
AP Literature - week 11
garrulous (adj.)
gregarious (adj.)
grapple (verb)
hinder (verb)
wordy, loquacious
sociable
to take hold of
to obstruct
garrulous (adj.)
wordy, loquacious
gregarious (adj.)
sociable
10 terms
Literature 8 - Lesson #11
firmament
flail
fluent
forgo
the expense of the heavens; the sky
manual tool for threshing grain; to beat or strike at something
having facility in the use of a language; flowing smoothly; e…
to refrain or abstain from; to go without
firmament
the expense of the heavens; the sky
flail
manual tool for threshing grain; to beat or strike at something
10 terms
World Literature Vocab 11
litany (n)
kitsch (n)
jerrybuilt (adj.)
inveigh (v)
a repetitive ritual or lecture
slickly professional art, writing etc., calculated for popula…
built poorly, of cheap materials; unsubstantially built
to make a violent verbal attack; talk or write bitterly
litany (n)
a repetitive ritual or lecture
kitsch (n)
slickly professional art, writing etc., calculated for popula…
42 terms
American Literature // English 11
Put the periods in order
inspired by myth and prefers innocence…
use of classical illusions and juxtapo…
emphasis on logic and rational thought
native american... colonial... age of reason... romanticism ... transcent…
romantisicm
modernism
age of reason
Put the periods in order
native american... colonial... age of reason... romanticism ... transcent…
inspired by myth and prefers innocence…
romantisicm
10 terms
English Literature Quiz 11
6 inches
physician
his hat
athletic games
tall were the Lilliputians
Gulliver's occupation aboard ship
the object belonging to Gulliver that the Lilliputian's find
Lilliputian's gain favor in court and gain political offices
6 inches
tall were the Lilliputians
physician
Gulliver's occupation aboard ship
77 terms
English 11 Literature Glossary
Characterization
Character
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
The method an author uses to reveal a character and their var…
An individual in a story or play
The writer tells exactly what the character's personality is…
The writer suggests what the character's personality is like
Characterization
The method an author uses to reveal a character and their var…
Character
An individual in a story or play
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Literature Unit 11
absurd
avalanche
classify
ensure
making no sense at all, going completely against or having no…
a large mass of snow, ice, rocks, or other material sliding o…
to group or label in an organized way
to make sure, safe, or certain; to garuntee
absurd
making no sense at all, going completely against or having no…
avalanche
a large mass of snow, ice, rocks, or other material sliding o…
26 terms
American Literature Vocab 11
Grunts
Exuberance
Rectitude
Invulnerable
Noun... Low ranking soldiers.... The grunts of the army were dispos…
Noun... The state of being extremely joyful... I was in exuberance…
Noun... Rightness of principle or conduct... His rectitude in the m…
Adjective... invincible; unable to be hurt... The "invulnerable bui…
Grunts
Noun... Low ranking soldiers.... The grunts of the army were dispos…
Exuberance
Noun... The state of being extremely joyful... I was in exuberance…
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 11
Alacrity
Burgeon
Deleterious
Euphemism
eagerness; enthusiasm; quickness
grow; flourish; put forth new shoots
harmful
a polite phrase to cover something unpleasant
Alacrity
eagerness; enthusiasm; quickness
Burgeon
grow; flourish; put forth new shoots
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American Literature Unit 12 Vocabulary (11-20)
inveterate
irrelevant
nocturnal
platitude
(adj.) firmly established, long-standing; habitual
(adj.) not to the point, not applicable or pertinent
(adj.) of or occurring in the night; under cover of darkness
(n.) a commonplace, stale, or trite remark
inveterate
(adj.) firmly established, long-standing; habitual
irrelevant
(adj.) not to the point, not applicable or pertinent
20 terms
AP Literature Vocab 11
Apostate
Bravado
Constrict
Consensus
noun, someone whose beliefs have changed and who no longer be…
noun, confident or brave talk or behavior that is intended to…
verb, to make (something) narrower, smaller, or tighter
noun, a general agreement about something; an idea or opinion…
Apostate
noun, someone whose beliefs have changed and who no longer be…
Bravado
noun, confident or brave talk or behavior that is intended to…
18 terms
Literature Chapter 11
loan
extension
flat
sun parlor
an amount of money that is given to someone for a period of t…
extra time allowed for doing something
apartment
room like an enclosed porch
loan
an amount of money that is given to someone for a period of t…
extension
extra time allowed for doing something
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AP Literature Terms 11
malapropism
nonsequitur
archaisms
literary concessions
use of an incorrect word in place of a similar sounding word…
literary devices which include the statements, sayings and co…
figure of speech in which a used phrase or word is considered…
literary device used in argumentative writing where one ackno…
malapropism
use of an incorrect word in place of a similar sounding word…
nonsequitur
literary devices which include the statements, sayings and co…
321 terms
LITERATURE 11 1st Quarter
philippine literature
prose
poetry
novel
faithful reproduction of different literary genres in every r…
written in paragraph; appeal to intellect; ordinary language
written in stanza; appeal to emotion; figurative language
long narrative divided into chapters; events are taken from t…
philippine literature
faithful reproduction of different literary genres in every r…
prose
written in paragraph; appeal to intellect; ordinary language
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary: Week 11
Archives
Cliché
Disparage
Fluster
Public records and documents
A worn-out idea or overused expression
To belittle
To make nervous, embarrassed, or confused
Archives
Public records and documents
Cliché
A worn-out idea or overused expression
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