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literature 9 (2)
decoy
entice
seclude
invariably
attract
to lead on by exciting hope or desire
to isolate, keep apart
not changing or capable of being changed; static or constant.
decoy
attract
entice
to lead on by exciting hope or desire
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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
British Literature 9 Muses
Clio
Urania
Melpomene
Thalia
Muse of History
Muse of Astronomy
Muse of Tragedy
Muse of Comedy
Clio
Muse of History
Urania
Muse of Astronomy
AP Literature Week 9
Theme
Thesis
Tragic Flaw
Truism
Theme is defined as a main idea or an underlying meaning of a…
The central idea in a piece of writing, sometimes contained i…
Refers to a personality trait of main character that leads to…
A claim that is so obvious that is hardly to be worth mention…
Theme
Theme is defined as a main idea or an underlying meaning of a…
Thesis
The central idea in a piece of writing, sometimes contained i…
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 15
Ambiguity
Candid
Deprecate
Exegesis
uncertainty; vagueness
frank; honest
criticize; denounce
scholarly explanation or interpretation
Ambiguity
uncertainty; vagueness
Candid
frank; honest
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 8
Adroit
Brevity
Decorum
Err
skilful
being brief
dignified, correct behavior [decorous (a)]
make a mistake
Adroit
skilful
Brevity
being brief
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 14
Altruism
Caldron
Deplore
Exculpate
putting others first; being self-sacrificing
huge cooking pot
regret
free someone from blame; pardon; acquit
Altruism
putting others first; being self-sacrificing
Caldron
huge cooking pot
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 3
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
Blatant
obvious
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 12
Alibi
Buttress
Delineation
Evacuate
an excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
strengthen; support
demarcation; explanation; definition; outlining
vacate; empty; abandon
Alibi
an excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
Buttress
strengthen; support
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake, false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 7
Acuity
Braggart
Debunking
Epitomized
sharpness (mental or visual)
someone who boasts
exposing false claims or myths
typified; characterized; personified
Acuity
sharpness (mental or visual)
Braggart
someone who boasts
20 terms
Literature 9 Vocab 4
Abstemious
Blithe
Crepuscular
Enunciation
self denying; refraining from indulging
free-spirited; carefree
active at dawn and dusk
clear pronunciation; accent; articulation
Abstemious
self denying; refraining from indulging
Blithe
free-spirited; carefree
15 terms
Literature vocab 9-16
Pervading
Oppressive
Pallid
Apprehensively
Present thorughout
Difficult to bear
Pale, dull, lifeless
Anxiously
Pervading
Present thorughout
Oppressive
Difficult to bear
ap literature terms 9
anaphora
asyndeton
chiasmus
foil
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
the omission or absence of a conjunction between parts of a s…
a rhetorical or literary figure in which words, grammatical c…
someone or something that serves as a contrast to another
anaphora
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
asyndeton
the omission or absence of a conjunction between parts of a s…
40 terms
Literature Vocabulary 9/19
Separatists
Emigrating
Pilgrims
Meld
People who believe the church was too corrupted to be purified.
Leaving a country and joining another.
Separatists
To join together
Separatists
People who believe the church was too corrupted to be purified.
Emigrating
Leaving a country and joining another.
Junior Literature Terms 1-9
Theme
Story Arc
Protagonist
Antagonist
An insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work
The classic pattern in story telling that includes exposition…
The main character in the story that is usually the hero
The opponent or force that blocks the hero from succeeding
Theme
An insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work
Story Arc
The classic pattern in story telling that includes exposition…
12 terms
British Literature Vocabulary #9
Delineate
Hallow
Scurrilous
Emend
Verb; to describe or portray (something) precisely
Verb; to honor as holy
Adjective; making or spreading scandalous claims about someon…
Verb; to make corrections and improvements
Delineate
Verb; to describe or portray (something) precisely
Hallow
Verb; to honor as holy
17 terms
Contemporary Literature Vocab #9
delineate (v.)
hallow (v.)
scurrilous (adj.)
emend (v.)
to clearly show or describe (something)
to respect greatly; set apart
said or done unfairly to make people have a bad opinion of so…
to correct errors in (something written)
delineate (v.)
to clearly show or describe (something)
hallow (v.)
to respect greatly; set apart
20 terms
Literature: Vocabulary Ch. 9
Acceleration
Bystander
Canvass
Casual
to speed up
one who looks on or observes
to go through an area in order to procure votes, sales, or op…
happening by chance or on an irregular basis; informal
Acceleration
to speed up
Bystander
one who looks on or observes
30 terms
American Literature- Vocab 9
circum
circumvent
circumlocution
circumnavigate
prefix for around
verb... find a way around (an obstacle)... The horrific security a…
noun... the use of many words where fewer would do, especially i…
verb... sail all the way around (something, especially the world)
circum
prefix for around
circumvent
verb... find a way around (an obstacle)... The horrific security a…
12 terms
American Literature Vocabulary #9
Disdain
Emulate
Fanaticism
Implication
v. view with scorn or contempt... My mother looked at me with di…
v. imitate; rival... I always try to emulate people that I admire.
n. excessive zeal; extreme devotion... Some rock groups have fan…
n. something hinted at or suggested... After hearing the evidenc…
Disdain
v. view with scorn or contempt... My mother looked at me with di…
Emulate
v. imitate; rival... I always try to emulate people that I admire.
10 terms
Vocabulary List 9 - British Literature
1. DIDACTIC LITERATURE
2. DIME NOVEL
3. DIMINUTIVE
4. DONNÉE
Writing that is "preachy" or seeks overtly to convince a read…
Cheap or sensationalist publications, especially the series b…
Any affix meaning "small." It can suggest cuteness or an emot…
The assumptions upon which a writer constructs a work of lite…
1. DIDACTIC LITERATURE
Writing that is "preachy" or seeks overtly to convince a read…
2. DIME NOVEL
Cheap or sensationalist publications, especially the series b…
10 terms
literature week 9
culp
derm
zo
per
blame
skin
animal
though
culp
blame
derm
skin
10 terms
World Literature Vocab 9
nadir (n)
panoply (n)
paparazzo (n)
parvenu (n)
the lowest point of something
magnificent array of something
an aggressive photographer who pursues celebrities
a person of newly acquired wealth or power who is not fully a…
nadir (n)
the lowest point of something
panoply (n)
magnificent array of something
10 terms
American Literature Vocabulary 9
concurrent
confiscate
constitute
decipher
same time; simultaneous
to take; to keep
to form; to be
to figure out; to know
concurrent
same time; simultaneous
confiscate
to take; to keep
9 Literature(W4m)
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama, Schauspiel
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama, Schauspiel
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
9 Literature & 10 The arts
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary: Week 9
Antiquated
Choleric
Diorama
Fecund
No longer used or useful; very old
Easily angered
Model of a scene
Fertile
Antiquated
No longer used or useful; very old
Choleric
Easily angered
10 terms
AP Literature Vocab 9
Admonish
Aplomb
Barrage
Cognizant
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly…
(n.) Poise, self-confidence... Jason handled the pestering repor…
(v.) to bombard (someone) with something... After winning the lo…
(adj.) aware; having knowledge of something ... Receiving a fail…
Admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly…
Aplomb
(n.) Poise, self-confidence... Jason handled the pestering repor…
20 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary 9
mercurial
miasma
milieu
mirthful
emotionally unpredictable; known for mood swings
poisonous swamp vapor; harmful influence or atmosphere
environment, surroundings
merry, happy, gleeful
mercurial
emotionally unpredictable; known for mood swings
miasma
poisonous swamp vapor; harmful influence or atmosphere
20 terms
Vocabulary of Literature Lesson 9
enmity
enumerate
sundry
vestige
hostility
to list
various
a trace
enmity
hostility
enumerate
to list
20 terms
English 9 - Literature test 2
singular (adj)
avail (v)
vex (v)
conundrum (n)
rare, extraordinary
to be of help
to annoy
puzzling question or problem
singular (adj)
rare, extraordinary
avail (v)
to be of help
Literature 9/28
Rabid
Sadistic
Writhing
Elaborate
very enthusiastic about an idea, belief, or activity, often t…
the gaining of pleasure from causing physical or mental pain…
to move in a twisting squirming way, or cause the body to mov…
having many different parts or a lot of detail, and organized…
Rabid
very enthusiastic about an idea, belief, or activity, often t…
Sadistic
the gaining of pleasure from causing physical or mental pain…
10 terms
World Literature Vocabulary Terms #9
equivocate
fortuitous
impeccable
liaison
(v.) to speak or act in a way that allows for more than one i…
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
(adj.) faultless, beyond criticism or blame
A person who serves as a connection between individuals or gr…
equivocate
(v.) to speak or act in a way that allows for more than one i…
fortuitous
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
33 terms
Literature 9-10 quiz
Readjustment
With Jones the animals were slaves but…
1. They were discouraged from playing…
31
What did Squeaker cakpll it when the animals food was reduced?
What was the animals consolation?
How were the pigs separated from the other animals? Give 3 th…
How many pigs were born?
Readjustment
What did Squeaker cakpll it when the animals food was reduced?
With Jones the animals were slaves but…
What was the animals consolation?
Literature Quiz Review 9/9
Novel
Protagonist
Antagonist
Climax
Means "new'"... A type of extended prose fiction.... Developed in t…
The main character or hero of a story.
An opposing character.... Rival to the protagonist.
The point of highest intensity in a story or poem, usually ju…
Novel
Means "new'"... A type of extended prose fiction.... Developed in t…
Protagonist
The main character or hero of a story.
20 terms
American Literature Vocab 9
Barbaric
Intimate
Calumny
Sidle
Adjective... without civilizing influences; uncivilized; primiti…
Verb... Hinted at; to suggest at something indirectly
Noun... a false and malicious statement designed to injure the r…
Verb... To move sideways... I sidle my way to the other side of the…
Barbaric
Adjective... without civilizing influences; uncivilized; primiti…
Intimate
Verb... Hinted at; to suggest at something indirectly
20 terms
Film as Literature Vocabulary List #9
Release
Remake
Reshoot Contingency
Resolution
refers to the first distribution and general public exhibitio…
refers to a later production (of a previous film), with diffe…
refers to the funds kept or saved by a producer in case suppl…
the outcome, or the "untying" of tension in the scenes after…
Release
refers to the first distribution and general public exhibitio…
Remake
refers to a later production (of a previous film), with diffe…
20 terms
American Literature Vocabulary #9
aloof
ambiguous
befall
coherent
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
(of something bad) happen to someone
logical and consistent
aloof
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
ambiguous
open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
263 terms
Words in context - 9 literature
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama, Schauspiel
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama, Schauspiel
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
AP Literature Vocab 9
epithet
equanimity
esoteric
espirit de corps
a disparaging remark critical of another
the ability to remain calm and level-headed
intended for or understood by only a few
sense of group pride
epithet
a disparaging remark critical of another
equanimity
the ability to remain calm and level-headed
20 terms
Unit 9 Literature Vocabulary
Accelerate
Bystander
Canvass
Casual
To speed up, cause to move faster; To bring about more quickly
One who looks on or observes, a person present but not taking…
To go through an area in order to procure votes, sales, or op…
Happening by chance or on an irregular basis; Showing little…
Accelerate
To speed up, cause to move faster; To bring about more quickly
Bystander
One who looks on or observes, a person present but not taking…
9 Elements of Gothic Literature
Setting
An Atmosphere of Mystery and Suspense
Damsels In distress
Highly Charged Emotional State
Includes Large Old Drafty Houses: fall of the house of usher
The Ministers black veil(not knowing why he wears the veil)
sister in fall of house of usher
tell tale heart when he got so nervous he like broke down in…
Setting
Includes Large Old Drafty Houses: fall of the house of usher
An Atmosphere of Mystery and Suspense
The Ministers black veil(not knowing why he wears the veil)
2016.9 Literature and Composition
Brood
Lair
Relish
Plunder
孵蛋 一同出生的一窝 焦急的考虑
巢穴 藏身处
品尝 味道 有滋味
掠夺 私吞
Brood
孵蛋 一同出生的一窝 焦急的考虑
Lair
巢穴 藏身处
9 terms
9 Elements of Gothic Literature
Setting
An Atmosphere of Mystery and Suspense
Damsels In distress
Highly Charged Emotional State
Includes Large Old Drafty Houses: fall of the house of usher
The Ministers black veil(not knowing why he wears the veil)
sister in fall of house of usher
tell tale heart when he got so nervous he like broke down in…
Setting
Includes Large Old Drafty Houses: fall of the house of usher
An Atmosphere of Mystery and Suspense
The Ministers black veil(not knowing why he wears the veil)
20 terms
Literature: Unit 9 Vocabulary
auxiliary
candid
cubicle
drudgery
giving assistance or support; a helper, aid
frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
a small room or compartment
work that is hard and tiresome
auxiliary
giving assistance or support; a helper, aid
candid
frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
22 terms
Literature Vocab 9 Weeks
acute
profound
anguish
virtuous
sensitive
intellectually deep
great worry
morally upright
acute
sensitive
profound
intellectually deep
30 terms
Literature 9 Poetry
Idea and emotion... Type and Form... Style o…
Acrostic
Sonnet
Sestina
Aspects of a Poem
A word or set of words written down the page and each line st…
14 lines of iambic pentameter, with a specific rhyme scheme a…
Each stanza must be the same end words as the first stanza, b…
Idea and emotion... Type and Form... Style o…
Aspects of a Poem
Acrostic
A word or set of words written down the page and each line st…
Literature Unit 9
avenge-kw
avenge-kw
cede-kw
cede-kw
(v) to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to puni…
Synonyms: retaliate
(v) to give up, surrender; to hand over to another
synonyms: deliver up, transfer
avenge-kw
(v) to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to puni…
avenge-kw
Synonyms: retaliate
English 9 Symbolism In Literature
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Passion, Love, Anger, Death
Warmth
Cowardice, Joy, Illness
Envy, Earth
Red
Passion, Love, Anger, Death
Orange
Warmth
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