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Literature Chapter 9
Alliteration
Apostrophe
Assonance
Aubade
Repetition of identical consonants for effect: Showers beat o…
A figure of speech in which something abstract or someone who…
A vowel sound repeated in nearby words.
A lyric poem that extols dawn, usually expressing sadness, of…
Alliteration
Repetition of identical consonants for effect: Showers beat o…
Apostrophe
A figure of speech in which something abstract or someone who…
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Literature Chapter 9
eager
awkward
fault
disgust
very excited and interested
not socially graceful or confident : uneasy or uncomfortable
responsibility for a problem, mistake, bad situation, etc.
a strong feeling of dislike for something that has a very unp…
eager
very excited and interested
awkward
not socially graceful or confident : uneasy or uncomfortable
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Literature Vocab Chapter 9
Accelerate
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
Accelerate
to speed up
Bystander
one who looks on or observes
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Chapter 9.3 Greek Mythology and Literature
Mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
body of stories about gods or heroes that tries to explain ho…
Author of two great epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey
Most famous lyrical poet of ancient Greece
Author of the world's most famous set of fables
Mythology
body of stories about gods or heroes that tries to explain ho…
Homer
Author of two great epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey
AP literature chapter 9 and 10 terms
gaia
centric, kentrikos
peri
terra
the earth
center
around
earth, land, ground
gaia
the earth
centric, kentrikos
center
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Chapter 9-10 vocabulary/ literature
Underprivileged
Conformity
Ruefully
Leery
Needy of disadvantaged
Acting according to general rules
Regretfully
Wary
Underprivileged
Needy of disadvantaged
Conformity
Acting according to general rules
Literature Chapter 9 Authors
Oh! Susanna
My Old Kentucky Home
Close to Thee
More like Jesus Would I Be
Stephen Foster
Stephen Foster
Fanny Crosby
Fanny Crosby
Oh! Susanna
Stephen Foster
My Old Kentucky Home
Stephen Foster
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Children's Literature Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Figurative Language
The associations or emotions that a word suggests
The dictionary meaning of a word.
The appeal to any of the senses.
Language that communicates ideas beyond the ordinary or liter…
Connotation
The associations or emotions that a word suggests
Denotation
The dictionary meaning of a word.
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Literature vocabulary Chapter 9
egregious(adj)
avarice(n)
abate(v)
anathema(n)
异乎寻常的(+mistake)
贪婪(greedy)
减少(make less in amount)
可憎的事物(something is anathema to something)
egregious(adj)
异乎寻常的(+mistake)
avarice(n)
贪婪(greedy)
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 9
Machination
Pejorative
Harbinger
Nubile
An evil design or plan
Having a negative effect; insulting
An omen or sign
Suitable for marriage in age and physical development, referr…
Machination
An evil design or plan
Pejorative
Having a negative effect; insulting
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Backpack Literature Chapter 9
verse
paraphrase
summary
subject
any single line of poetry or any composition written in separ…
restatement in one's own words of what one understands a poem…
a brief condensation of the main idea or plot of a work. A su…
main topic of work
verse
any single line of poetry or any composition written in separ…
paraphrase
restatement in one's own words of what one understands a poem…
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Chapter 9 Literature vocab
Noun
Proper noun
Common noun
Concrete noun
Names a person, place, or thing
Names a specific person, place or thing
Names any person, place, thing or idea
Names things you can see or touch
Noun
Names a person, place, or thing
Proper noun
Names a specific person, place or thing
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Literature Vocab Chapter 9
aerial
blight
classification
council
in or relating to the air.
something that destroys or ruins
an arrangement into groups according to some system
a gathering of people called together to give guidance and se…
aerial
in or relating to the air.
blight
something that destroys or ruins
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Chapter 9 Literature
Meter
Foot, Feet
Rhyme
Alliteration
The regular pattern of sound in poetry, usually audible in st…
Metrical unit consisting of a number of syllables and a stres…
Repetition of syllables with the sane sound (as in "joy" and…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words,…
Meter
The regular pattern of sound in poetry, usually audible in st…
Foot, Feet
Metrical unit consisting of a number of syllables and a stres…
Intro to Spanish Literature Chapter 9 Vocabulary
adivinar
alborotar
el alboroto
el asunto
to guess
to disturb
the fuss
the issue
adivinar
to guess
alborotar
to disturb
Chapter 9: Literature Evaluation
Relative Risk
Relative Risk Equation
Interpretation for Relative Risk = 1
Interpretation for RR < 1:
Probability of an unfavorable event occurring in the treatmen…
RR= Risk in treatment group/Risk in Control group
No difference in risk between the 2 groups
Fewer events are occurring in the treatment group compared to…
Relative Risk
Probability of an unfavorable event occurring in the treatmen…
Relative Risk Equation
RR= Risk in treatment group/Risk in Control group
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Literature Vocabulary The Pigman Chapter 9-15
Hovel
Berserk
Incongruous
Relapse
A small swelling(n) Tommy has begun hoveling from the bruise
Someone or animal that's mentally insane(adj)Eminem has a son…
(Adj)Incompatible When we sing, Frank is always incongruous
Recurrence. (v) He had to face agreed relapse after he quit s…
Hovel
A small swelling(n) Tommy has begun hoveling from the bruise
Berserk
Someone or animal that's mentally insane(adj)Eminem has a son…
French Conversation and Literature Chapter 9-10 Vocabulary
l'arbitre (m.)
le bâton
le chandail
la déception
referee
stick, pole
sweater
disappointment
l'arbitre (m.)
referee
le bâton
stick, pole
Literature Chapter 9&10 The Outsiders
Underprivileged
Comformity
Ruefully
Leery
Not enjoing the scoial or econmic beifits others have; needy…
Acting according to general rules or standards
Regretfully; sorrowfully
Wary; suspicious
Underprivileged
Not enjoing the scoial or econmic beifits others have; needy…
Comformity
Acting according to general rules or standards
Literature Vocab Chapter 9
credible
legitimate
unearthed
unfurl
believable; convincing
conforming to the law or to rules; valid, reasonable, and gen…
discovered by investigation or searching
to become spread out from a rolled or folded state; unroll
credible
believable; convincing
legitimate
conforming to the law or to rules; valid, reasonable, and gen…
Literature Chapter 9-16
adroit
composure
decorum
enthrall
skilled
calmness
conformity to standards of good taste
to hold spellbound
adroit
skilled
composure
calmness
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Literature- Chapter 9
hansom
pungent
volatile
whetted
a two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage
having a sharply strong taste or smell
Able to change very quickly without notice, about to blow up
sharpen the blade of (a tool or weapon)
hansom
a two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage
pungent
having a sharply strong taste or smell
Literature -Of People chapter 9
A song of greatness-poem
Ulysses and the cyclops
The Passing of Arthur
A song of Sherwood-poem
Mary Austin
Charles Lamb
Howard Pyle
Alfred Noyes
A song of greatness-poem
Mary Austin
Ulysses and the cyclops
Charles Lamb
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Literature Vocab Chapter 9
Accelerate
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
Accelerate
to speed up
Bystander
one who looks on or observes
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British Literature Vocab Chapter 9
Basso
Cameo
Falsetto
Sonata
(n.) lowest male voice; bass
(n.) 1. gem or medallion cut in relief, the carved figure pro…
(n.) artificially ("falsely") high voice
(n.) piece of music (for one or two instruments) having three…
Basso
(n.) lowest male voice; bass
Cameo
(n.) 1. gem or medallion cut in relief, the carved figure pro…
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English literature: chapter 9
Jack-knife
Burst in
Black book
Complied
Large knife with a folding blade
Come in noisily and quickly
Bible
Consented
Jack-knife
Large knife with a folding blade
Burst in
Come in noisily and quickly
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Literature Chapter 9
Unctuous
Sere
Magnanimous
Impound
Excessively suave to the point of being fake
Dried up
Generous
To take possession of
Unctuous
Excessively suave to the point of being fake
Sere
Dried up
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Literature Vocab Chapter 9-11
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
Literature vocab chapter 9-10
Superannuated
Unanimously
Solemnly
Contemptuously
Retired because of age or infirmity
In complete agreement
Seriously, deeply earnest
Scornfully
Superannuated
Retired because of age or infirmity
Unanimously
In complete agreement
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Spanish Composition Through Literature Chapter 9: Como agua para chocolate
el escalón
el peldaño
la escalinata
la escalera
step (higher frequency)
step
steps, stairway, broad masonry or concrete steps usually loca…
stairs, stairway, staircase, ladder
el escalón
step (higher frequency)
el peldaño
step
Rome Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Vault
Regent
Arches
Inflation
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or ro…
Person who acts as a temporary ruler.
A curved symmetrical structure spanning an opening and typica…
Period of rapidly increasing prices.
Vault
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or ro…
Regent
Person who acts as a temporary ruler.
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Chapter 9.3- Greek Mythology and Literature
Natural of historical events.
The gods
They held sporting contests.
A monster that is half human and half…
What did each myth explain?
According to the Greeks, who caused disasters and daily events?
What was one way the Greeks honored the gods?
What is a Minotaur?
Natural of historical events.
What did each myth explain?
The gods
According to the Greeks, who caused disasters and daily events?
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Chapter 9 literature
Who is the author of ILYAS
Who is the author of THE MANSION
Who is the author of CONTENTMENT
Who is the author of CHRISTIAN PERFECT…
Leo Tolstoy
Henry van Dyke
Oliver Wendell Holmes
William Law
Who is the author of ILYAS
Leo Tolstoy
Who is the author of THE MANSION
Henry van Dyke
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Literature Understanding Fiction Chapter 9
narrative
fiction
alliteration
anaphora
tells a story by presenting events in some logical or orderly…
narrative that originates in the imagination of the author ra…
repetition of the same consonant sound (to make poems catchy…
repetition of the same vowel sound
narrative
tells a story by presenting events in some logical or orderly…
fiction
narrative that originates in the imagination of the author ra…
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Literature and Resources chapter 9
CHES Area VI
Competency A ... "Use health related info…
Competency B ... "Respond to requests for…
Competency C... "Select resource material…
serve as health education resource person, competency A-D
Match info needs with appropriate retrieval systems... Select a…
Id info sources needed to sa;sfy a request... Refer requesters…
Evaluate applicability of resource materials for a given audi…
CHES Area VI
serve as health education resource person, competency A-D
Competency A ... "Use health related info…
Match info needs with appropriate retrieval systems... Select a…
BJU American Literature Chapter 9
William Dean Howells (1837-1920)
Editha
Henry James (1843-1916)
The American
Was unquestionably the nation's most influential author from…
Intensely explored its chief character and presents a propaga…
One of the most prolific major American authors of the post-C…
This excerpt describes Christopher Newman and his background.…
William Dean Howells (1837-1920)
Was unquestionably the nation's most influential author from…
Editha
Intensely explored its chief character and presents a propaga…
Journey Into Literature - Chapter 9
alliteration
apostrophe
assonance
aubade
Repetition of identical consonants for effect: Showers beat o…
A figure of speech in which something abstract or someone who…
A vowel sound repeated in nearby words. For example, the "o"…
A lyric poem that extols dawn, usually expressing sadness, of…
alliteration
Repetition of identical consonants for effect: Showers beat o…
apostrophe
A figure of speech in which something abstract or someone who…
Ancient Literature Vocab Chapter 9
CAPUT, CAPITIS
Capatalist
Capitulation
Decapitate
¨Head¨
1. A person who has invested personal wealth in business.... 2.…
Surrender; ending resistance.
To cut off the head of; to behead.
CAPUT, CAPITIS
¨Head¨
Capatalist
1. A person who has invested personal wealth in business.... 2.…
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Chapter 9 Objectives: Literature of Health Education/ Promotion
Describe the difference between a prim…
Use appropriate questions to critique…
Become familiar with the most commonly…
Locate an article related to some aspe…
...
...
...
...
Describe the difference between a prim…
...
Use appropriate questions to critique…
...
25 terms
French 4 chapter 9 vie et literature
Diligence
Jugement
Le vide
Animees
Stagecoach
Trial
Emptiness, a void
Lively
Diligence
Stagecoach
Jugement
Trial
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Lit: Chapter 9 Nectar In the Sieve Vocabulary
Acrid
concealment
Arjun
Ira
sharp or biting to the taste or smell
to hide; withdraw or remove from observation
want to work at tannery
hasn't had a child in 5 years
Acrid
sharp or biting to the taste or smell
concealment
to hide; withdraw or remove from observation
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Chapter 9 - Literature of Health Education and Behavior
Primary Press Sources
Secondary Press Sources
Tertiary Press Source
Popular Press Sources
Sources that are published studies or eyewitness accounts wri…
Sources that are written by someone who was not present at th…
A source that contains information that has been distilled an…
Sources that contain pieces of primary and secondary source i…
Primary Press Sources
Sources that are published studies or eyewitness accounts wri…
Secondary Press Sources
Sources that are written by someone who was not present at th…
Chapter 9-4; Learning, Literature, and the Arts
Vernacular
Thomas Aquinas
Scholasticism
Dante
the everyday language of ordinary people
believed that God ruled over an orderly universe
a belief that you could resolve conflict or questions about r…
wrote the Divine Comedy; an example of medieval literature th…
Vernacular
the everyday language of ordinary people
Thomas Aquinas
believed that God ruled over an orderly universe
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tom sawyer literature vocabulary ch 9-16
Ingenuity
Premature
Canvassed
Vague
inventive cleverness
happening too soon
checked over, inspected
unclear
Ingenuity
inventive cleverness
Premature
happening too soon
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Siddhartha Vocabulary: Chapter 9: The Ferryman
envy
nuisance
keenly
virtue
jealousy
annoyance
astute, sharp, focused
Behavior showing high moral standards
envy
jealousy
nuisance
annoyance
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Chapter 9 vocabulary
locus, -ī
loca, -orum
locī, -orum
morbus, -ī
place, passage in literature
places, region
passages in literature
disease, sickness
locus, -ī
place, passage in literature
loca, -orum
places, region
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English Vocabulary Chapter 9
Bolster... We bolstered the house by usi…
Depreciate... The second I bought my iPh…
Indiscriminate... The alligators were in…
Inquisitive... Little children to be ver…
To hold up, strengthen or reinforce; support with a rigid obj…
To fall or decrease in value or price; to lower the value of
No chosen carefully; not based on careful selections
Curious; eager to learn
Bolster... We bolstered the house by usi…
To hold up, strengthen or reinforce; support with a rigid obj…
Depreciate... The second I bought my iPh…
To fall or decrease in value or price; to lower the value of
Vocabulary Chapter 9 And 10
Article
Artifice
Artless
Artisan
a written composition in prose, usually nonfiction, on a spec…
a clever trick or stratagem; a cunning, crafty device or expe…
free from deceit, cunning, or craftiness; ingenuous:
a person skilled in an applied art; a craftsperson.
Article
a written composition in prose, usually nonfiction, on a spec…
Artifice
a clever trick or stratagem; a cunning, crafty device or expe…
Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Figurative language
associative or emotional meaning of a word
explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
verbal description or visual element appeals to the senses
devices making comparisons, saying one thing in terms of anot…
Connotation
associative or emotional meaning of a word
Denotation
explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
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