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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
Owl eyes
Wilson
Wolfshiem
Tom Buchanan
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
"let us learn to show friendship for a man when he is alive a…
"Civilization's going to pieces... It's up to us, who are the…
Owl eyes
"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might…
Wilson
"God knows what you've been doing... You may fool me, but you…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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A2 English Literature - The Great Gatsby Quotes
Gatsby loves Daisy
"He had waited five years and bought a mansion where he dispe…
Gatsby loves Daisy
"He had waited five years and bought a mansion where he dispe…
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AQA English Literature The Great Gatsby Quotes
Nick
Daisy
Gatsby
Thomas
'A single green light'
'I was married in the middle of June'
'Her voice is full of money'
'I want you to meet my girl'
Nick
'A single green light'
Daisy
'I was married in the middle of June'
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
"I've been drunk for about a week now,…
"God knows what you've been doing... Y…
"let us learn to show friendship for a…
"Civilization's going to pieces... It'…
Owl eyes
Wilson
Wolfshiem
Tom Buchanan
"I've been drunk for about a week now,…
Owl eyes
"God knows what you've been doing... Y…
Wilson
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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English 11 American Literature The Great Gatsby Review
What was the advice given to Nick by h…
How is West Egg different from East Egg?
If you were going to pick one color to…
We find out that Tom has "some woman i…
Not to judge others. Not everyone has had the same fortune as…
West Egg is new money and East Egg is old money.
Probably white, maybe yellow. Money runs her life.
We find out that Jordan Baker is a drama queen, a gossip.
What was the advice given to Nick by h…
Not to judge others. Not everyone has had the same fortune as…
How is West Egg different from East Egg?
West Egg is new money and East Egg is old money.
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IGCSE-English Literature-The Great Gatsby Quotes AND ANALYSIS
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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Literature-Charaters-The Great Gatsby
Jay Gatsby (James Gatz)
Nick Carraway
Tom Buchanan
Daisy Fay Buchanan
Was born poor in South Dakota. Developed a self-improvement p…
He is the narrator of The Great Gatsby; he is also a characte…
He is the husband of Daisy Fay Buchanan. He is very wealthy,…
She was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and her favorite color…
Jay Gatsby (James Gatz)
Was born poor in South Dakota. Developed a self-improvement p…
Nick Carraway
He is the narrator of The Great Gatsby; he is also a characte…
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American Literature - The Great Gatsby
abortive
conferred
conviction
elation
short lived, not dwelled upon
grant or bestowed
firmly held belief or opinion
great happiness and exhilaration
abortive
short lived, not dwelled upon
conferred
grant or bestowed
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Literature-Charaters-The Great Gatsby
Jay Gatsby (James Gatz)
Nick Carraway
Tom Buchanan
Daisy Fay Buchanan
He is a crook, a bootlegger who has involved himself with Mey…
He is the narrator of The Great Gatsby; he is also a characte…
He is the husband of Daisy Fay Buchanan . He is very wealthy,…
She was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and her favorite color…
Jay Gatsby (James Gatz)
He is a crook, a bootlegger who has involved himself with Mey…
Nick Carraway
He is the narrator of The Great Gatsby; he is also a characte…
AP Literature : The Great Gatsby
Asyndeton
Polysyndeton
Zeugm
Epistrophe
-Leaving out conjunctions that join sentence.
-Repetition of conjunctions that are used connected two thoug…
-Where two phrases apply to two or more of your senses.The us…
-Repetition of a word or expression at the end of successive…
Asyndeton
-Leaving out conjunctions that join sentence.
Polysyndeton
-Repetition of conjunctions that are used connected two thoug…
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American Literature: The Great Gatsby
Chapter 1 ... How does Nick know Tom, Dai…
Why is Daisy so upset and in tears whe…
Chapter 2... What is the valley of the as…
How is it symbolic in the novel?
Nick went to college at Yale with Tom, Daisy is Nick's second…
She doesn't want her daughter to have the same life as Daisy…
The area where the working class people live. Got its name be…
It symbolizes the social decay that results from the pursuit…
Chapter 1 ... How does Nick know Tom, Dai…
Nick went to college at Yale with Tom, Daisy is Nick's second…
Why is Daisy so upset and in tears whe…
She doesn't want her daughter to have the same life as Daisy…
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The Great Gatsby Literature 236
Complacency
Contemptuous
Extemporize
Peremptorily
a feeling of self-satisfaction
disdainful; scornful
to improvise; to do something without much preparation
urgently; insisting on immediate attention or obedience
Complacency
a feeling of self-satisfaction
Contemptuous
disdainful; scornful
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AM Literature: The Great Gatsby Quotes
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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English Great Gatsby Quotes
Nick Carraway's father
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
Nick Carraway
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
"Reserving judgements is a matter of infinite hope"
"A sense of the fundamental decencies is parcelled out unequa…
Nick Carraway's father
"Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember th…
Nick Carraway
"I'm inclined to reserve all judgements, a habit that has ope…
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AM Literature: The Great Gatsby Quotes
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
"When I came back from the East last a…
"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his na…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
After the events that allowed Nick to realise that " it (his…
However, his disgust towards the attitudes people and culture…
"I am still a little afraid of missing…
Here, Nick states that money isn't the only thing that people…
"Whenever you feel like criticizing an…
Nicks use of declaratives show's us that he tries not to be j…
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American Literature--The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
Feign (ed)
Supercilious
Desolate
Incredulous
(V.) To invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an…
(Adj.) Displaying arrogant pride, scorn, or indifference.
(Adj.) Deprived or destitute of inhabitants; deserted; uninha…
(Adj.) Indicating or showing disbelief; skeptical.
Feign (ed)
(V.) To invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an…
Supercilious
(Adj.) Displaying arrogant pride, scorn, or indifference.
English Vocabulary: The Great Gatsby
Supercilious
Reciprocal
Languid
Fervent
arrogant, superior to others, cocky
mutal feeling between two people
lacking energy, weak
passionate intensity or enthusiasm
Supercilious
arrogant, superior to others, cocky
Reciprocal
mutal feeling between two people
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English Great Gatsby Quiz
Elated
Compelled
Unobtrusive
Extemporaneously
Overjoyed, ecstatic, jubilant
Obligated, drawn to
Non-distracting, under the radar, stealthy, subtle
Improv, on the spot, spontaneous
Elated
Overjoyed, ecstatic, jubilant
Compelled
Obligated, drawn to
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The Great Gatsby Honors English 10
Feign
Supercilious
Ostentatious
Mar
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
having or showing arrogant superiority
characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to i…
to impair the appearance of; disfigure
Feign
to pretend; to imitate deceptively
Supercilious
having or showing arrogant superiority
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English Great Gatsby
Nick
Tom
Daisy
Jay Gatsby
Daisy's cousin once removed.
Wealthy and arrogant. Old money. Had an affair with Myrtle bu…
Voice is full of money according to Gatsby. Married to Tom bu…
From New money. Bootlegger.
Nick
Daisy's cousin once removed.
Tom
Wealthy and arrogant. Old money. Had an affair with Myrtle bu…
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english the great Gatsby
what was nick inclined to do because o…
according to nick, Gatsby was a man wi…
where did nick get his moral tradition…
what did the green light across the ba…
reserve judgment
hope
the midwest
to keep hoping for his dream and to go forward with his plan
what was nick inclined to do because o…
reserve judgment
according to nick, Gatsby was a man wi…
hope
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ENGLISH GREAT GATSBY VOCAB
Incredulous
Conscientious
Reciprocal
Supercilious
unwilling or unable to believe in something
wanting to do what's right
Given, felt or done in return
behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
Incredulous
unwilling or unable to believe in something
Conscientious
wanting to do what's right
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English critics THE GREAT GATSBY
Amy Licence said Jay Gatsby
Kathleen Parkinson said they are emanc…
Kathleen said Jordan has her sexuality
Kathleen said Fitzgerald only allows
Martyr of a materialistic society
yet they depend on men
and emotions well under control and will not give way to impu…
Daisy to exist in the images men create of her
Amy Licence said Jay Gatsby
Martyr of a materialistic society
Kathleen Parkinson said they are emanc…
yet they depend on men
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English - Great Gatsby
Symbolism - Green Light
Symbolism - TJ Eckleburg
Symbolism - East and West Egg
Turning Point
Stands for all Gatsby's longings and wants.... Gatsby's longing…
The eyes offer judgment on the characters as all the actions…
East Egg is more refined whereas West Egg doesn't have any re…
Daisy is unable to leave Tom as she needs the security of his…
Symbolism - Green Light
Stands for all Gatsby's longings and wants.... Gatsby's longing…
Symbolism - TJ Eckleburg
The eyes offer judgment on the characters as all the actions…
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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary WBCS American Literature
feign
supercilious
conscientious
incredulous
to pretend
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
diligent and careful
Disbelieving, skeptical
feign
to pretend
supercilious
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
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English Russell The Great Gatsby
Why was the start of the 20th century…
Who is Scott named after
Why did F. Scott's first love, "a gold…
Describe Fitzgerald's experience at Pr…
1. industrial revolution gave way to the modern era... 2. transp…
Francis Scott Key who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner"
Her name was Geneva King. Her father told him that "poor boys…
He saw himself as the "Big Man" on campus. ... He tried out for…
Why was the start of the 20th century…
1. industrial revolution gave way to the modern era... 2. transp…
Who is Scott named after
Francis Scott Key who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner"
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The Great Gatsby; vocab and literature terms
jaunty
insolent
subterfuges
unfettered
Having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air
Boldly disrespectful
deceit used in order to achieve one's goal
free, unrestrained
jaunty
Having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air
insolent
Boldly disrespectful
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The Great Gatsby AP Literature literary and rhetorical devices
Simile
Motif
Hyperbole
Metaphor
Comparing two things using like or as
any recurring element that has symbolic significance in a sto…
An exaggerated statement, not meant to be taken seriously
Comparing two things without using like or as
Simile
Comparing two things using like or as
Motif
any recurring element that has symbolic significance in a sto…
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American Literature--The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
Feign (ed)
Supercilious
Desolate
Incredulous
(V.) To invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an…
(Adj.) Displaying arrogant pride, scorn, or indifference.
(Adj.) Deprived or destitute of inhabitants; deserted; uninha…
(Adj.) Indicating or showing disbelief; skeptical.
Feign (ed)
(V.) To invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an…
Supercilious
(Adj.) Displaying arrogant pride, scorn, or indifference.
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english: the great gatsby
woodrow wilson
warren harding
calvin coolidge
keys to boom
president: 1913-1921
president: 1921-1923 ... -died of a heart attack
president: 1923-1929
technological progress an d increased consumer demand
woodrow wilson
president: 1913-1921
warren harding
president: 1921-1923 ... -died of a heart attack
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The Great Gatsby-Sophomore English
Levity
Reproach
Supercilious
Deft
Lightness of mind, character, behavior
To find fault with
Haughtily disdainful or contemptuous
Dexterous
Levity
Lightness of mind, character, behavior
Reproach
To find fault with
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English- The Great Gatsby
Simple Sentence
Symbol
Dramatic Irony
Verbal Irony
1: sentence consisting of one clause
1: something that represents another thing
1: irony that is inherent in speeches or a situation of a dra…
1.... irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means…
Simple Sentence
1: sentence consisting of one clause
Symbol
1: something that represents another thing
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English Vocab "The Great Gatsby"
Apathetic (adj.)
Clad (adj.)
Conscientious (adj.)
Cower (v.)
Indifferent, disinterested, uncaring, lacking effort
Dressed, covered
Showing care, attention, and industriousness in carrying out…
To cringe or move backward defensively in fear
Apathetic (adj.)
Indifferent, disinterested, uncaring, lacking effort
Clad (adj.)
Dressed, covered
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English Vocab The Great Gatsby
abortive
fractiousness
languidly
extemporizing
(adj) fruitless, unsuccessful
(noun) tendency to be troublesome, disobedient
(adverb) lacking force or quickness of movement
(verb) improvising
abortive
(adj) fruitless, unsuccessful
fractiousness
(noun) tendency to be troublesome, disobedient
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English Vocab The great Gatsby
haute
privy
profound
jaunty
fashionable; high class
privately knowing
deep
easy and sprightly in manner or bearing
haute
fashionable; high class
privy
privately knowing
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English- The Great Gatsby Terms
unreliable narrator
imagery
paradox
symbolism
a narrator whose credibility has been seriously compromised;…
visually descriptive or figurative language; colors
a statement that contradicts itself and still seems true some…
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities; the green…
unreliable narrator
a narrator whose credibility has been seriously compromised;…
imagery
visually descriptive or figurative language; colors
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English - The Great Gatsby
"he borrowed somebody's best suit to g…
"cruel body"... "simple mind"
"Tom's got some woman in New York"
"I wanted the world to be uniform and…
Materialism ... Myrtle Wilson
Tom Buchanan... Negative description
Tom's affair
Nick on society
"he borrowed somebody's best suit to g…
Materialism ... Myrtle Wilson
"cruel body"... "simple mind"
Tom Buchanan... Negative description
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The Great Gatsby for the English Midterm
Hoe does the Narrator describe Gatsby?
is new money and "less fashionable, wh…
The narrator tells the reader that he…
Nick looks back at his time spent in W…
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
West Egg is new money and "less fashionable, while East Egg i…
He doesn't judge people unless he really know them. It is not…
No - Gatsby turned out all right in the end; it is what preye…
Hoe does the Narrator describe Gatsby?
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
is new money and "less fashionable, wh…
West Egg is new money and "less fashionable, while East Egg i…
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English The Great Gatsby Vocabulary
adventitious
commensurate
contiguous
deft
accidental
equal
adjacent
skillful
adventitious
accidental
commensurate
equal
20 terms
American Literature H - The Great Gatsby
commensurate
complacency
contemptuous
elude
(adj.) equal or similar to something in size, amount or degre…
(n.) a feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, especiall…
(adj.) showing disdain, scorn, or strong dislike
(v.) to avoid or escape something by being quick or clever; t…
commensurate
(adj.) equal or similar to something in size, amount or degre…
complacency
(n.) a feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, especiall…
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English Vocabulary- The Great Gatsby
amorphous
combustion
complacent
corpulent
adj- lacking definite form
noun-process of burning something
adj- showing smug/uncritical satisfaction w oneself or one's…
adj- fat/obese
amorphous
adj- lacking definite form
combustion
noun-process of burning something
20 terms
English The Great Gatsby
Addenda
Aesthetic
Amorphous
Fractiousness
Noun; Something added, especially to the end of a book.
Adj; Of or relating to beauty or the beautiful.
Adj; Shapeless, with no definitive form.
Noun; Troublesome or unruly.
Addenda
Noun; Something added, especially to the end of a book.
Aesthetic
Adj; Of or relating to beauty or the beautiful.
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