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10 terms
English 11 Set 6
Camaraderie
Canopy
Capitulate
Carnivore
friendship
covering
to surrender or give in
meat eater
Camaraderie
friendship
Canopy
covering
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English 11: Set 6
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
Connotation
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
10 terms
English 11 vocab set 6 51-60
allusion
analogy
anecdote
connotation
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A similarity or comparison between two different things or th…
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
analogy
A similarity or comparison between two different things or th…
15 terms
English 10 Set 6
venal
cult
nuance
torpor
capable of betraying trust, especially if bribed
an organized sect with an obsessive devotion to a person or a…
a subtle difference
a state of not caring; a state of sluggish activity
venal
capable of betraying trust, especially if bribed
cult
an organized sect with an obsessive devotion to a person or a…
15 terms
English 11 set 6
Accost
Brevity
Cajole
Copious
To approach and speak to someone
Briefness
To persuade someone he or she doesn't want to do
Abundant; plentiful
Accost
To approach and speak to someone
Brevity
Briefness
10 terms
English 11 set 6
Accommodating
Accord
Acquiesce
Adamant
Willing to help; obliging.
Noun a) agreement; harmony b) a settlement or compromise of c…
To consent or comply
Firm and unyielding in purpose or opinion; inflexible.
Accommodating
Willing to help; obliging.
Accord
Noun a) agreement; harmony b) a settlement or compromise of c…
10 terms
English 11 Set 6
edify
effete
elegy
elusive
to improve someone morally
worn out; barren
a sad or mournful poem
difficult to catch or to hold; hard to... explain or understand
edify
to improve someone morally
effete
worn out; barren
10 terms
English 11 set 6
Depravity
Coercion
Benevolent
Cryptic
extreme corruption, wickedness
use of force to get someone to obey
generous, charitable
mysterious, hidden, secret
Depravity
extreme corruption, wickedness
Coercion
use of force to get someone to obey
20 terms
English 11 Set 6
Juxtapose (verb)
Plight (noun)
Covert (adj)
Cope (verb)
To place side by side. Syn-connect ant- separate
Difficult situation. Syn-predicament ant-blessing
Secret, hidden. Syn-masked ant-open
To be able to handle. Syn-manage ant-struggle
Juxtapose (verb)
To place side by side. Syn-connect ant- separate
Plight (noun)
Difficult situation. Syn-predicament ant-blessing
24 terms
English 11 set 6-
camaraderie (n)
capitulate (v)
carnivore (n)
carrion (n)
comradeship; good fellowship, friendship
to surrender unconditionally or on stipulated terms; to give…
an animal that eats flesh
dead or putrefying flesh; rottenness; anything vile
camaraderie (n)
comradeship; good fellowship, friendship
capitulate (v)
to surrender unconditionally or on stipulated terms; to give…
20 terms
English 11 set 6
Impervious
Improper
Incendiary
Incentive
Adj. Unable to be affected... I'm impervious to pain
Adj. not suitable... He was using improper jargon
Adj. stirring up conflict... They were incendiary bullets
Noun. Motivation to take action... Her incentive was always money
Impervious
Adj. Unable to be affected... I'm impervious to pain
Improper
Adj. not suitable... He was using improper jargon
10 terms
English 11 set 6
Sojourn
Rebuke
Ensconce
Pathos
temporary stay
reprimand; reprove
to cover or shelter; to hide securely
Evoke feelings of pity
Sojourn
temporary stay
Rebuke
reprimand; reprove
10 terms
English 11 set 6
Bulwark (n)
Cache (n)
Cacophony (n)
Cajole (v)
Defensive wall
Hiding place
Harsh sounds
To coaxe
Bulwark (n)
Defensive wall
Cache (n)
Hiding place
16 terms
English III ACT Vocabulary-Set 6
orient
paradox
pensive
peril
(verb) align or position something relative to a known point…
(noun) A statement or proposition that seems self-contradicto…
(adj) engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious th…
(noun) serious and immediate danger
orient
(verb) align or position something relative to a known point…
paradox
(noun) A statement or proposition that seems self-contradicto…
12 terms
English 11 vocab set 6
cacaphony
cadence
cajole
callow
harsh sounding mixture of sounds
rhythm; rise and fall of sounds
to persuade someone to do something he doesn't want to do
immature
cacaphony
harsh sounding mixture of sounds
cadence
rhythm; rise and fall of sounds
20 terms
English Set 6
Agenda
Amiable
Befuddle
Blight
Schedule
Pleasant
Bewilder
Disease, or destroy
Agenda
Schedule
Amiable
Pleasant
21 terms
english vocab set 6
refute
hardy
fervor
opportunist
1. to prove wrong by argument/evidence, shown to be false/err…
robust; capable of enduring difficult conditions 2. (of plant…
intense/passionate feeling
a person who exploits circumstances to gain immediate advanta…
refute
1. to prove wrong by argument/evidence, shown to be false/err…
hardy
robust; capable of enduring difficult conditions 2. (of plant…
15 terms
English 12 Set 6 (Term 2/4)
inert
circumvent
clandestine
acquit
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
to get around; bypass
secret
to find not guilty of fault or crime
inert
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
circumvent
to get around; bypass
9 terms
English Vocabulary - Set 6
appeal
suggest
quotation
initiate
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
to imply, infer or say
a passage that is quoted from a book, speech, etc. OR ... words…
to begin
appeal
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
suggest
to imply, infer or say
11 terms
English 11 Vocabulary Set 6
cynic
oceanic
conviction
expound
believes the worst
broad and powerful
principle
explain
cynic
believes the worst
oceanic
broad and powerful
14 terms
Year 9 ENGLISH LANGUAGE Study Set 6
pension
readjustment
spontaneous
caption
A sum paid regularly to a person, usually after retirement.
the act of correcting again
said or done without having been planned in advance
A text label that identifies an illustration such as a figure…
pension
A sum paid regularly to a person, usually after retirement.
readjustment
the act of correcting again
11 terms
English 11 Vocab set 6
Gregarious
Egregious
Atrophy
Sublime
Sociable
Remarkably bad
Waste away
Grand
Gregarious
Sociable
Egregious
Remarkably bad
10 terms
English 11 Word Set 6
Ambivalence
Coagulate
Desultory
Dormant
Hesitancy
Thicken
Random
Inactive
Ambivalence
Hesitancy
Coagulate
Thicken
8 terms
Set 6, English II
anarchy
condone
dimiss
facetious
n. absence of government; state of disorder
v. accept; allow
v. put away from consideration; reject
adj. joking; humorous
anarchy
n. absence of government; state of disorder
condone
v. accept; allow
10 terms
Vocab English 11 set 6
Myriad
Accolade
Grandiloquent
Caucus
(n.) an extremely large number
(n.) an award, an honor
(adj.) attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
(n.) a meeting of members of a political party to make decision
Myriad
(n.) an extremely large number
Accolade
(n.) an award, an honor
20 terms
Vocabulary Set 6 - English 11
Erudite
Esoteric
Euphemism
Evasive
Scholary, educated
Beyond understanding
Softer way of saying something bad
Vague, elusive
Erudite
Scholary, educated
Esoteric
Beyond understanding
24 terms
English 11 Vocabulary set 6
tactful
prosperity
interpolate
alleviate
diplomatic, sensitive in dealing with others in difficult sit…
wealth; financial success
(1) insert in between two opposing points;... (2) inserted in so…
to make less severe, to relieve
tactful
diplomatic, sensitive in dealing with others in difficult sit…
prosperity
wealth; financial success
10 terms
English IV - Set 6
appall
cognizant
commiserate
expedient
to shock
conscious of
to express sorrow
self-interested and fast
appall
to shock
cognizant
conscious of
10 terms
English 11 set 6 synnonyms
Exploit
Facilitate
Feign
Fleeting
Take advantage of
Assist
Fake
Brief
Exploit
Take advantage of
Facilitate
Assist
20 terms
AP English 11 Set 6
adj. not simple
noun. delicate distinction
adj. total failure
noun. effect
Complex
Subtleties
Catastrophic
Consequences
adj. not simple
Complex
noun. delicate distinction
Subtleties
50 terms
English Words - Set 6
bok
bære
tok
vitenskap
book
carry
took
science
bok
book
bære
carry
10 terms
English Vocab Set 6
Nepotism
Begrudge
Mandarin
Glutinous
Favoritism showed to family of friends
To envy; to resent another's success
An influential person; a member of an elite group
Gluey; sticky
Nepotism
Favoritism showed to family of friends
Begrudge
To envy; to resent another's success
5 terms
English Vocab set 6
Zealous
Ubiquitous
Litany
Equanimity
passionate or enthusiastic
exists everywhere
a form of prayer or lists
mental or emotional stability
Zealous
passionate or enthusiastic
Ubiquitous
exists everywhere
8 terms
English Words Set 6
dauntless (adj)
debilitate (v.)
deplete (v.)
discrepancy (n.)
showing fearlessness and determination
make (someone) weak and infirm
use up the supply or resources of
a lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts
dauntless (adj)
showing fearlessness and determination
debilitate (v.)
make (someone) weak and infirm
10 terms
English Vocabulary set 6
Environs
Hapless
Heinous
Incognito
The area adjoining or surrounding a place
unfortunate
(adj.) very wicked, offensive, hateful
Having ones true identity concealed
Environs
The area adjoining or surrounding a place
Hapless
unfortunate
10 terms
English I Set 6
Succumb
Superfluous
Taciturn
Tantamount
to give way to superior force
unnecessary
being of few words
equivalent in effect or meaning
Succumb
to give way to superior force
Superfluous
unnecessary
10 terms
English vocab set 6
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
Connotation
A reference in literature, or in visual or performing arts, t…
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
An idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
Allusion
A reference in literature, or in visual or performing arts, t…
Analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
9 terms
English Vocabulary - Set 6
appeal
suggest
quotation
initiate
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
to imply, infer or say
a passage that is quoted from a book, speech, etc. OR ... words…
to begin
appeal
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
suggest
to imply, infer or say
10 terms
English I Vocabulary Set 6 definitions
abound
adhere
forgo
grimace
to be present in large numbers, to contain large numbers
to obey somebody or something, to stick to a surface
to do without
to distort one's face to indicate displeasure, disgust, or pain
abound
to be present in large numbers, to contain large numbers
adhere
to obey somebody or something, to stick to a surface
10 terms
English III Set 6
deign
deity
dejected
delectable
v. to condescend; to think it in accordance with one's dignit…
n. a god or goddess
v. depressed; disheartened
adj. delightful; delicious
deign
v. to condescend; to think it in accordance with one's dignit…
deity
n. a god or goddess
10 terms
English set 6
Myriad
Accolade
Grandiloquent
Caucus
An extremely large number
An award or honor... Praise
attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
A meeting of members of a political party to make decisions
Myriad
An extremely large number
Accolade
An award or honor... Praise
10 terms
English Vocab Set 6
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
Connotation
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
19 terms
Set 6 Vocab English
Altercation noun
apex noun
ballyhoo noun
bona fide adjective
a noisy dispute ... syn-argument... ant-agreement
highest point;summit... syn-peak... ant-bottom
talk or writing that's designed to get people excited about s…
maid in good faith without fraud; genuine... syn-authentic... ant-f…
Altercation noun
a noisy dispute ... syn-argument... ant-agreement
apex noun
highest point;summit... syn-peak... ant-bottom
20 terms
English I Vocabulary Set 6 Definitions and Synonyms
abound
adhere
forgo
grimace
to be present in large numbers, to contain large numbers
to obey somebody or something, to stick to a surface
to do without
to distort one's face to indicate displeasure, disgust, or pain
abound
to be present in large numbers, to contain large numbers
adhere
to obey somebody or something, to stick to a surface
15 terms
English II Set 6
content
dubious
former
frivolous
happy
doubtful
previous
silly
content
happy
dubious
doubtful
8 terms
English Vocabulary Set 6
reprehensible
rendezvous
implore
clad
Deserving blame or punishment
to meet in secret accordance
To beg
A diagram that is based on patterns of shared, derived traits…
reprehensible
Deserving blame or punishment
rendezvous
to meet in secret accordance
23 terms
English 1 Set 6-A
podiatrist
podiatry
chiropodist
chiropody
a foot doctor
the practice of treating foot ailments
a doctor who treats hand and foot ailments
the practice of treating hand and foot ailments
podiatrist
a foot doctor
podiatry
the practice of treating foot ailments
English 10 Set 6
venal
cult
nuance
torpor
capable of betraying trust, especially if bribed
an organized sect with an obsessive devotion to a person or a…
a subtle difference
a state of not caring; a state of sluggish activity
venal
capable of betraying trust, especially if bribed
cult
an organized sect with an obsessive devotion to a person or a…
English II set 6
wallow
sufficient
flounder
brandish
move about clumsily
able to fulfill a need
walk with great difficulty
exhibit aggressively
wallow
move about clumsily
sufficient
able to fulfill a need
10 terms
The English Teacher Set 6
cultivate
ere
lest
aeon
make, grow
before
for fear that
a long time, a billion years
cultivate
make, grow
ere
before
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