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lotf vocab (lord of the flies)
reverance
ludicrous
embroiled
leviathan
great respect for
ridiculous, absured
involved in
sea monster
reverance
great respect for
ludicrous
ridiculous, absured
39 terms
Lord of the Flies (LOTF)- Vocab
acrid
apex
assent
chastise
bitter, sharp smell, taste
the highest point
agree
scold, punish
acrid
bitter, sharp smell, taste
apex
the highest point
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Symbolism LOTF (Lord of the Flies)
Conch
Glasses
Fire
Lord of the Flies
authority, order
ability to see clearly; intelligence; science
civilization, the hearth, hope
the Devil, decay, destruction
Conch
authority, order
Glasses
ability to see clearly; intelligence; science
23 terms
LOTF (Lord of the Flies)
How did the boys get on the island?
What pleased Ralph most about the cond…
How was the contrast between Jack'sand…
What did the young children fear? Why…
Their plane crashed
Ralph liked the fact that their were no adults to supervise him
Jack wanted to be leader because of the power over everyone w…
The young children feared the "beast". Ralph was frustrated b…
How did the boys get on the island?
Their plane crashed
What pleased Ralph most about the cond…
Ralph liked the fact that their were no adults to supervise him
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Lord Of The Flies (LOTF) Unit Test
Ralph
Piggy
Jack
Simon
Protagonist, 12 years old (oldest on the island). Elected Lea…
Loyal to Ralph, side-kick like role. Supports organization an…
Antagonist, 12 years old. Leader of the hunters and eventuall…
Allegorical figure representing peace and truth. Physically f…
Ralph
Protagonist, 12 years old (oldest on the island). Elected Lea…
Piggy
Loyal to Ralph, side-kick like role. Supports organization an…
7 terms
Lord of the Flies (LOTF) Chapter 1 Study Guide
How did the boys happen to come to the…
What did the boys have as a symbol of…
Why does Jack hesitate when he lifts h…
Who are the hunters and what is their…
The transport plane, which they were on, was shot down over t…
The large pink and cream-colored conch shell shows who has th…
His hesitation shows that he is weak (emotionally) and that h…
The hunters are the choir boys. Their job is to find food (ma…
How did the boys happen to come to the…
The transport plane, which they were on, was shot down over t…
What did the boys have as a symbol of…
The large pink and cream-colored conch shell shows who has th…
120 terms
Lord of the Flies (LOTF) Vocab Chapter 1-12
crimson
decorous
devour
ebullient
deep to vivid purplish red to vivid red
keeping with good taste; polite and restrained
to swallow or eat up hungrily
overflowing with fervor, enthusiasm, excitement
crimson
deep to vivid purplish red to vivid red
decorous
keeping with good taste; polite and restrained
41 terms
Lord of the Flies Vocab 1, LOTF 2, Vocabulary LOTF: 3, Vocabulary LOTF: 4
hinder
perpendicular
scornful
ebullience
to cause delay, interruption or difficulty in
vertical, straight up and down
full of contempt or disdain
high spirits; exhilaration, exuberance
hinder
to cause delay, interruption or difficulty in
perpendicular
vertical, straight up and down
70 terms
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
conch shell
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
Symbolizes law and order of the adult world - democracy.... Repr…
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
10 terms
LOTF Part II Vocab. Ch. 7-10
crestfallen (117)
impervious (121)
enterprise (122)
glowered (127)
discouraged
incapable of being injured
plan for undertaking a project
to stare with dislike or anger
crestfallen (117)
discouraged
impervious (121)
incapable of being injured
10 terms
LOTF Part II Vocab. Ch. 11-12
luminous (169)
myopia (169)
sniveling (170)
quavered (174)
reflecting light; shining
narrow minded; near-sighted
to weep or cry
to quiver or tremble when speaking
luminous (169)
reflecting light; shining
myopia (169)
narrow minded; near-sighted
10 terms
LOTF Part I Vocabulary (Ch. 1-2)
efflorescence (12)
enmity (14)
decorous (15)
chorister (22)
a period of flowering/blooming
deep seated hatred; enemies
dignified in conduct, manners
choir boy
efflorescence (12)
a period of flowering/blooming
enmity (14)
deep seated hatred; enemies
9 terms
LOTF Part I Vocabulary (Ch. 3-4)
oppressive (49)
inscrutable (49)
vicissitudes (49)
declivities (54)
causing discomfort
not easily understood
change/mutation
a downward slope
oppressive (49)
causing discomfort
inscrutable (49)
not easily understood
8 terms
LOTF Vocabulary Ch 4
belligerence
bewildered
ecstatic
irked
aggression
confused
Extremely happy
annoyed; bothered
belligerence
aggression
bewildered
confused
8 terms
LOTF Chapter 7 Vocabulary
content
sufficient
accessible
shallow
happy
adequate; just enough
easy to approach, reach, enter, speak with, or use.
not deep; of little depth
content
happy
sufficient
adequate; just enough
8 terms
LOTF Chapter 5 Vocabulary
lamentation
decorum
intimidation
inarticulate
expression of regret or sorrow
Proper behavior
threatening behavior
unable to speak
lamentation
expression of regret or sorrow
decorum
Proper behavior
10 terms
LOTF Ch 1 Vocabulary
lagoon
solemn
vague
spectacles
A body of water cut off from a larger body by a reef of sand…
serious; grave
unclear
eyeglasses
lagoon
A body of water cut off from a larger body by a reef of sand…
solemn
serious; grave
8 terms
LOTF Vocabulary Ch. 3
audible
oppressive
abyss
furtive
able to be heard
burdensome, unjustly harsh, or tyrannical
an extremely deep hole
Secretive
audible
able to be heard
oppressive
burdensome, unjustly harsh, or tyrannical
10 terms
LOTF Chapter 2 Vocabulary
compelled
assented
spontaneous
errant
Urged or drove forcefully
agreed
Arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance
mistaken; straying from the proper course
compelled
Urged or drove forcefully
assented
agreed
10 terms
LOTF Vocabulary Chapter 8
bough
cynical
derisive
embers
a branch of a tree
Doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
expressing contempt or ridicule
glowing remains of a fire
bough
a branch of a tree
cynical
Doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
12 terms
LOTF Chapter 6 Vocablary
bastion
chasms
clamor
diffidence
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
deep openings or cracks
Loud noise
shyness; lack of confidence
bastion
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
chasms
deep openings or cracks
11 terms
LOTF Ch 1-3 Vocabulary
(Ch 1) conch
(Ch 1) furtive
(Ch 1) mortification
(Ch 1) domination
the large spiral shell of a conch
secretive
a deep shame and humiliation
control, power, or authority over others
(Ch 1) conch
the large spiral shell of a conch
(Ch 1) furtive
secretive
95 terms
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
festooned
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
decorated
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
5 terms
LOTF Chapter 3 Vocab
Oppressive
Inscrutable
Vicissitudes
Declivities
adjective... burdensome, unjustly harsh, or tyrannical:... an oppr…
adjective... incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scru…
noun... a change or variation occurring in the course of someth…
noun... a downward slope, as of ground
Oppressive
adjective... burdensome, unjustly harsh, or tyrannical:... an oppr…
Inscrutable
adjective... incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scru…
95 terms
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
festooned
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
decorated
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 7-8 McKeel
Covert (n)
Ruefully (adv)
Crestfallen (adj)
Daunting (adj)
A concealed or sheltered area
With sorrow or pity
Dejected or discouraged
Fearful and/or intimidating
Covert (n)
A concealed or sheltered area
Ruefully (adv)
With sorrow or pity
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LOTF Vocab Cycle 2 Chp 5-8
Ludicrous- adjective
Ineffectual- adjective
Jeer- noun
Inarticulate - adjective
So foolish or out of place that it becomes amusing.... Synonym:…
Not producing any or the desired effect.... Synonym- unproducti…
A rude and mocking remark.... Synonym- sneer; insult.
Unable to speak clearly.... Synonym: muffled.
Ludicrous- adjective
So foolish or out of place that it becomes amusing.... Synonym:…
Ineffectual- adjective
Not producing any or the desired effect.... Synonym- unproducti…
70 terms
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
conch shell
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
Symbolizes law and order of the adult world - democracy.... Repr…
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
12 terms
LOTF Vocab Cycle 3 Chp 9-12
Corpulent- adjective
Sauntered-verb
Compelled- verb
Luminous-adjective
Bulky and meaty in appearance.... Synonym: plump.
Walk in a slow, relaxed manner, without hurry.... Synonym: mean…
Forced someone to do something. ... Synonym: urged
Full of light.... Synonym: bright
Corpulent- adjective
Bulky and meaty in appearance.... Synonym: plump.
Sauntered-verb
Walk in a slow, relaxed manner, without hurry.... Synonym: mean…
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 3-4 McKeel
Festooned (adj)
Vicissitudes (n)
Compulsion (n)
Declivity (n)
Decorative in a hanging way, like crepe paper
Irregular, unexpected, or surprising change
Irresistible impulse or desire to do something
A steep downward slope
Festooned (adj)
Decorative in a hanging way, like crepe paper
Vicissitudes (n)
Irregular, unexpected, or surprising change
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 9-10 McKeel
Interspersed (v)
Tremulously (adv)
Demented (adj)
Phosphorescence (n)
To spread out or shuffle
In a fearful or timid manner; in a physically shaking way
Crazy, insane, mad
A luminous, brightly lit, glowing appearance
Interspersed (v)
To spread out or shuffle
Tremulously (adv)
In a fearful or timid manner; in a physically shaking way
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 5-6 McKeel
Derisive (adj)
Effigy (n)
Decorum (n)
Tempestuously (adv)
Mocking, meant to divide
A representation of someone or something
Dignified behavior, speech or dress
(tempest=bad storm) turbulent, causing uproar
Derisive (adj)
Mocking, meant to divide
Effigy (n)
A representation of someone or something
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 11-12 McKeel
Myopia (n)
Propitiatingly (adv.)
Truculently (adv.)
Inscrutably (adv.)
Nearsightedness (things far away are blurry)
To make better or appease
Fierce, cruel, brutal
Not easily understood
Myopia (n)
Nearsightedness (things far away are blurry)
Propitiatingly (adv.)
To make better or appease
95 terms
Lord of the Flies comprehensive
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
festooned
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
decorated
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
8 terms
LOTF Chapter 4
impending
blatant
generic
belligerence
(adj) as though hanging in suspension
(adj) noisy; clamorous
(adj) without discrimination; in general
(noun) an aggressive or stubborn attitude
impending
(adj) as though hanging in suspension
blatant
(adj) noisy; clamorous
24 terms
LOTF
Conch
Glasses
Fire
Lord of the flies
Authority,order
The ability to perceive (see/understand) what is best
A persons inhumanity,human kinds ultimate destrtruction.
The devil,decay,destruction
Conch
Authority,order
Glasses
The ability to perceive (see/understand) what is best
67 terms
"The Lord of The Flies"
Conch Shell
Signal Fire
The Beast
The Scar
Civilization, order, democracy, unity, speech/having a voice.
Past life, hope, escaping the island, warmth, survival, human…
Fear, savagery, devil, evil in all people.
Site of the plane crash, who they used to be; the society the…
Conch Shell
Civilization, order, democracy, unity, speech/having a voice.
Signal Fire
Past life, hope, escaping the island, warmth, survival, human…
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 1-2 McKeel
Efflorescence (n)
Enmity (n)
Decorous (adj)
Chorister (n)
blooming of flowers, state of blooming
Deep hatred; an enemy
Exhibiting appropriate behavior or conduct
A singer or leader of a choir
Efflorescence (n)
blooming of flowers, state of blooming
Enmity (n)
Deep hatred; an enemy
95 terms
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
Why were British children being transp…
What is LOTF a parody to
festooned
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
The coral island
decorated
William Golding
author ... fought in Royal Navy
Why were British children being transp…
Britain feared an invasion and evacuated children to other co…
10 terms
LOTF WORD STUDY 5
efflorescence
enmity
decorous
chorister
blooming of flowers; state of flowering
deep seated hatred; state of being an enemy
exhibiting appropriate behavior or conduct
a singer or leader of a chorus
efflorescence
blooming of flowers; state of flowering
enmity
deep seated hatred; state of being an enemy
9 terms
LOTF Ch. 8-9
sanctity
demure
fervor
interspersed
(noun) holiness
(adj) modest
(noun) intensity
(adj) interwoven
sanctity
(noun) holiness
demure
(adj) modest
6 terms
LOTF vocab chapters 9-10
corpulent
succulent
demented
torrid
Fat; having a large, bulky body
juicy, delicious, tasty
mentally ill; insane
extremely hot
corpulent
Fat; having a large, bulky body
succulent
juicy, delicious, tasty
6 terms
LOTF chapters 5-6 Vocab
convulsion
ludicrous
lamentation
tempestuously
a violent disturbance; extreme disruption
(adj.) ridiculous, laughable, absurd
An expression of grief; wailing
Violently
convulsion
a violent disturbance; extreme disruption
ludicrous
(adj.) ridiculous, laughable, absurd
8 terms
LOTF Ch 9/10 Vocabulary Words
phosporescence
demented
interspersed
torrid
light is absorbed and given off; a luminous appearance
mentally ill; insane
placed at intervals
Very hot, parching, burning; passionate
phosporescence
light is absorbed and given off; a luminous appearance
demented
mentally ill; insane
10 terms
LOTF Chapters 1
proffer
motif
specious
lolled
(verb) to offer
(noun) a single or repeated design
(adj) deceptive
(verb) lounged
proffer
(verb) to offer
motif
(noun) a single or repeated design
14 terms
Lord of the Flies Themes & Symbolism
Civilization Vs. Savagery
The Conch Shell
The Glasses
The Signal Fire
Civilization means behaving, while savagery is the opposite
Civilization and order
The power of science and intellectual endeavor in society (pa…
The boys' connection to civilization; when there's a fire goi…
Civilization Vs. Savagery
Civilization means behaving, while savagery is the opposite
The Conch Shell
Civilization and order
6 terms
LOTF vocab chapters 7-8
coverts
vulnerable
sagely
luxuriance
protective shelters; hiding places
Capable of being wounded or hurt
wisely
richness; abundance
coverts
protective shelters; hiding places
vulnerable
Capable of being wounded or hurt
10 terms
Ch 7-9 Vocab LOTF
abominable
corpulent
crestfallen
daunting
detestable; unpleasant
obese; excessively fat
feeling shame or humiliation
discouraging; dismaying
abominable
detestable; unpleasant
corpulent
obese; excessively fat
10 terms
LOTF Ch. 10-12
theological
purged
luminous
myopia
(adj) relating to the study of God
(adj) cleaned; freed
(adj) glowing
(noun) near-sightedness
theological
(adj) relating to the study of God
purged
(adj) cleaned; freed
9 terms
LOTF Ch. 6-7
interminable
embroiled
diffidently
leviathan
(adj) seemingly without end
(adj) involved in conflict
(adv) with hesitation and respect
(noun) a great sea monster defeated by God in the Old Testame…
interminable
(adj) seemingly without end
embroiled
(adj) involved in conflict
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