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7 terms
Mrs. W 7th English-vocab 1
absurd
balk
bluntly
egotism
ridiculous
stop short
rudely or abruptly
conceit
absurd
ridiculous
balk
stop short
10 terms
Mrs. W 8th English- vocab 1
chamois
guile
integrity
irrepressible
soft leather used for cleaning
skillful or cunning use of deceit
moral soundness, honesty
unrestrainable, uncontrollable
chamois
soft leather used for cleaning
guile
skillful or cunning use of deceit
10 terms
Mrs. W 9th English- vocab 1
affinity
burly
divert
elated
innate attraction, fondness
husky, brawny, muscular
deflect, turn aside
excited, uplifted, exultant
affinity
innate attraction, fondness
burly
husky, brawny, muscular
9 terms
Mrs.brooks English 1
Epic hero
Epic theme
Epic setting
Epic plot
A person with God like ability so like strength , intelligenc…
Unlike the plot you cannot touch or feel it. (Bravery and pas…
includes fantastic or exadic lands and more than one place or…
The story line of the story
Epic hero
A person with God like ability so like strength , intelligenc…
Epic theme
Unlike the plot you cannot touch or feel it. (Bravery and pas…
10 terms
English 1 Mrs.Gregory Class
Fascination
Astounds
Palpable
Lexicon
Something interesting, catches your eyes.
Shock or greatly surprise.
Able to be touched or felt
Branch of knowledge
Fascination
Something interesting, catches your eyes.
Astounds
Shock or greatly surprise.
10 terms
Mrs. Goldsmith English Vocab 1
assiduous
callow
complacency
erudite
showing great care and perseverance
inexperienced and immature
a feeling of smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or…
having or showing great knowledge or learning
assiduous
showing great care and perseverance
callow
inexperienced and immature
10 terms
Mrs. Drake English 1
Advocate
Candor
Nadir
Vacillate
a person that recommends or supports
frankness, blunt honestly
absolute lowest point
to waver from one side to another
Advocate
a person that recommends or supports
Candor
frankness, blunt honestly
10 terms
Mrs. Brown English 1
Demonstrate
Portray
Convey
Elaborate
To describe, explain, or illustrate with examples; to show
To depict in words; to describe graphically to represent dram…
To communicate; make known
To add details in writing or speaking: to give additional or…
Demonstrate
To describe, explain, or illustrate with examples; to show
Portray
To depict in words; to describe graphically to represent dram…
18 terms
English 1 Mrs. Thompson
acts and scenes
script
stage directions
sets
the basic units of drama
the play's text, containing dialogue and stage directions
directions providing details about sets, lighting, sound effe…
contructions indicating where the drama takes place
acts and scenes
the basic units of drama
script
the play's text, containing dialogue and stage directions
23 terms
English 1 Mrs Johnson
Irony
Metaphor
Mood
Motif
When the actual meaning is different than the literal meaning
A direct comparison between two unlike things
Emotional response the writer tries to evoke in a reader
Incident, character type, idea, or image that reoccurs throug…
Irony
When the actual meaning is different than the literal meaning
Metaphor
A direct comparison between two unlike things
8 terms
mrs.z english 1
mood
Tone
Irony
conflict
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
A contrast between expectation and reality, situational,verba…
A struggle between two opposing forces character vs self,soci…
mood
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
Tone
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
20 terms
English 1 Mrs. Diblasi
Tangible
Amenity
Condone
Imperative
Capable of being touched or felt
Things that add to a persons comfort
To forgive or overlook
Absolutely necessary
Tangible
Capable of being touched or felt
Amenity
Things that add to a persons comfort
20 terms
English Vocab 1 MRS. HOUGH
depose
depose
dispense
dispense
v. to remove from office or high position
v. to testify or state under oath but out of court
v. to distribute or administer
to do without
depose
v. to remove from office or high position
depose
v. to testify or state under oath but out of court
10 terms
English Vocab #1 Mrs. Quinn
Report
Ruse
Accentuative
Boisterous
boom, blast
Fient, gameplan, cheating plan
Accent, extend over, emphasize,
loud, clamorous , noisy
Report
boom, blast
Ruse
Fient, gameplan, cheating plan
37 terms
English 1 Vocabulary: Mrs. Scicluna
Reconciliation
Jubilation
Integrity
Anachronistic
To restore friendly relations
A state of extreme joy
To do the right thing, even when unseen or difficult
Out of place in time, historically
Reconciliation
To restore friendly relations
Jubilation
A state of extreme joy
10 terms
Mrs. Inman English 1 - Vocabulary unit 12
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Concise
Adjective, tending to argue or cause discord
Noun, minor violation of a rule or law; transgression
Verb, to intrude on an area belonging to another; trespass
Adjective, brief and straightforward
Fractious
Adjective, tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
Noun, minor violation of a rule or law; transgression
17 terms
English 1 Idioms Mrs. Retana
"Achilles' heel "
"Air your dirty laundry in public"
"Back to square one"
"Bark is worse than your bite"
• A weakness ... • Insomnia Cookies is my Achilles' heel.
• Putting too much information (dirty secrets) out in public.…
• Back to the beginning ... • Like referring to the beginning o…
• Words are worse than your actions ... • Your threat is worse…
"Achilles' heel "
• A weakness ... • Insomnia Cookies is my Achilles' heel.
"Air your dirty laundry in public"
• Putting too much information (dirty secrets) out in public.…
14 terms
Mrs Khimani English 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell or reveal
to assist or encourage especially in wrong doing
arrogant and stubborn about one's belefs
lacking flavor; dull not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell or reveal
abet
to assist or encourage especially in wrong doing
31 terms
Mrs. Cooper English 1
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Diction
the repetition of beginning consonant sounds.
an indirect reference to a mythological, literary, or histori…
a form of personification in which the absent or dead persons…
word choice.
Alliteration
the repetition of beginning consonant sounds.
Allusion
an indirect reference to a mythological, literary, or histori…
15 terms
SLWCHS MRS BRISKY ENGLISH IV #1
RATIFICIATION
AMENDMENT
BILL OF RIGHTS
CHECKS AND BALANCES
FORMAL APPROVAL, FINAL CONSENT TO EFFECTIVENESS OF A CONSTITU…
A CHANGE IN, OR ADDITION TO, A CONSTITUTION OR LAW
THE FIRST TEN AMENDMENTS OF THE CONSITIUTION
THIS KEEPS ON BRANCH FROM DOMINATING THE ACTIONS OF OTHERS
RATIFICIATION
FORMAL APPROVAL, FINAL CONSENT TO EFFECTIVENESS OF A CONSTITU…
AMENDMENT
A CHANGE IN, OR ADDITION TO, A CONSTITUTION OR LAW
12 terms
Mrs. Guidry English Vocab. 1
acquiesce
chastise
augment
condone
to give in and agree peaceably; to assent, to comply
to scold or severely punish; castigate; censure
to increase; to make something bigger or greater
to overlook or pardon an offense, to excuse
acquiesce
to give in and agree peaceably; to assent, to comply
chastise
to scold or severely punish; castigate; censure
10 terms
English- Mrs. Bishop- Vocabulary 1
delineate
nefarious
vernacular
brawn
verb- to describe accuracy
adj- extreme wickedness
noun/adj- everyday speech; slang
noun- muscular strength
delineate
verb- to describe accuracy
nefarious
adj- extreme wickedness
26 terms
Mrs.Moore English Vocab 1
Carcinogenic
Inequity
Prosody
Leery
adjective causing or tending to cause cancer
noun injustice
noun the study of poetic meter and the art of versification
adjective openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
Carcinogenic
adjective causing or tending to cause cancer
Inequity
noun injustice
22 terms
Mrs. Martin English I Vocabulary List #1
Admonish
Breach:
Brigand:
Circumspect
(v): to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction…
(n) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
(adj) careful, cautious... Synonyms: wary, prudent, guarded ... Ant…
Admonish
(v): to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
Breach:
(n) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction…
18 terms
English Vocab #1- Mrs. Mattsson
eccentric
elusive
eminent
exorbitant
off center, a bit odd, weird, peculiar
evasive, out of reach, hard to catch
outstanding, illustrious, notable, very prominent
literally out of orbit; hence, unreasonable
eccentric
off center, a bit odd, weird, peculiar
elusive
evasive, out of reach, hard to catch
20 terms
English 1 Mr. Kelly
Ambivalence
Ascertain
Autonomy
Destitute
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
to find out definitely
independence
poor or completely lacking
Ambivalence
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
Ascertain
to find out definitely
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English 1 Mr. Kelly
Ambivalence
Ascertain
Autonomy
Destitute
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
to find out definitely
independence
poor or completely lacking
Ambivalence
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
Ascertain
to find out definitely
82 terms
English 1: Mr. Maher
Admonish
Brigand
Circumspect
Commandeer
(V used with object) To caution and advice
(n) a bandit, especially one of a band of robbers in mountain…
(adj)cautious and well-considered
(verb used with object) to order or force into active militar…
Admonish
(V used with object) To caution and advice
Brigand
(n) a bandit, especially one of a band of robbers in mountain…
18 terms
English 1 - Mr. Ferguson
cur
curate
procure
sent
to care for
(v) to take charge of or organize; sift through and select fo…
(v) to get possession of; obtain
to feel or sense
cur
to care for
curate
(v) to take charge of or organize; sift through and select fo…
10 terms
Mrs.Vataj English Vocabulary 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
A coin collector
A scarcity
Believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
Morally unrestrained
Numismatist
A coin collector
16 terms
Vocabulary 1 English Mrs.Combest
Inconspicuous
Esoteric
Ambiguity
Obtuse
Hardly noticeable
Secret/Private
Uncertain of the meaning or intention
Not clear or precise
Inconspicuous
Hardly noticeable
Esoteric
Secret/Private
10 terms
Mrs. Inman English I - Vocabulary Unit 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
Bereft
Dour
(verb) to make worse by the addition of something of lesser v…
(adjective) able to use both hands equally well; very skillfu…
(adjective) depraved of: made unhappy through a loss
(adjective) stern, unyielding: gloomy, ill-humored
adulterate
(verb) to make worse by the addition of something of lesser v…
ambidextrous
(adjective) able to use both hands equally well; very skillfu…
Mrs. Allen English 11. Vocab. #1
Fascism
Ethics
Condemned
Rational
Dictatorship
Values
Guilty
Reasons
Fascism
Dictatorship
Ethics
Values
35 terms
Rhetorical Devices - Mrs. D's English 1
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
cliche
the repetition of a consonant sound at the beginning of two o…
a passing reference to a historical or literary figure
a short story or scenario
a statement or phrase that has become commonplace through ove…
alliteration
the repetition of a consonant sound at the beginning of two o…
allusion
a passing reference to a historical or literary figure
21 terms
English 1, Rhyme, Mrs. Nestor
Iambic pentameter
Narrative poetry
Tone
Speaker
A line of poetry with five iambs would be called iambic penta…
Narrative poem tells a story
Tone is the emotional attitude toward the reader or toward th…
Speaker of a poem is the character who speaks in, or narrates…
Iambic pentameter
A line of poetry with five iambs would be called iambic penta…
Narrative poetry
Narrative poem tells a story
20 terms
English 1 Mr. Kelly
Ambivalence
Ascertain
Autonomy
Destitute
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
to find out definitely
independence
poor or completely lacking
Ambivalence
having conflicting feelings such as love hate about a person,…
Ascertain
to find out definitely
82 terms
English vocabulary part 1/Mrs Kerl
growth
apply
supply
demand
Wachstum
anwenden
Vorrat... Lieferung, Versorgung
Nachfrage... Forderung
growth
Wachstum
apply
anwenden
14 terms
Mrs. Johnson English Vocabulary #1
acknowledge
alternative
anecdote
appropriate
to admit
a choice
a short, interesting story
proper
acknowledge
to admit
alternative
a choice
20 terms
Latin Phrases 1 Mrs. Travis English IV
E pluribus unum
Veni, vidi, vici
Quid pro quo
Per diem
From many, one
I came, I saw, I conquered
this for that
per day
E pluribus unum
From many, one
Veni, vidi, vici
I came, I saw, I conquered
10 terms
Mrs. Tobin's English 9 Vocab Unit 1
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something. to scold mildly,…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift, a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw
(adj.) careful, cautious
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something. to scold mildly,…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift, a violation or infractio…
40 terms
Mrs. Burke's English 10H Q1 Words
incongruence
ambiguous
poignant
imminent
n - contradiction, incompatibility, the act of not fitting in…
adj - lacking definite shape; unclear
adj - causing an emotional response; touching
adj - about to occur; impending
incongruence
n - contradiction, incompatibility, the act of not fitting in…
ambiguous
adj - lacking definite shape; unclear
43 terms
Poetry English 1 Mrs. Ori
Incident in the rose garden ... Irony
Incident in the rose garden ... Contrast…
Incident in the rose garden... Why do you…
Death: human figure
- flowers grow and thrive everyday and someone is dying in th…
GARDENER: afraid of death, was t ready but was realistic beca…
- The master is used to being in charge and doesn't see death…
Figure of speech: personification ... Effect created: fear, make…
Incident in the rose garden ... Irony
- flowers grow and thrive everyday and someone is dying in th…
Incident in the rose garden ... Contrast…
GARDENER: afraid of death, was t ready but was realistic beca…
20 terms
Unit 1 Mrs. Beck English
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
To caution or advise against
An opening ... To creat opening
Bandit or robber
Careful cautious
Admonish
To caution or advise against
Breach
An opening ... To creat opening
10 terms
mrs peirse english vocab 1
Humane
mortal
planetary
Satellite
Possessing the best qualities of human beings, kind, Sympathe…
Certain to die eventually, causing death, To the death, Very…
Referring to a planet or planets, Global, wondering, moving i…
A planet, moon, artificial object that orbit the planet, a de…
Humane
Possessing the best qualities of human beings, kind, Sympathe…
mortal
Certain to die eventually, causing death, To the death, Very…
10 terms
Mrs. Inman- English III Vocabulary Unit 1
Advocate
Fallacious
Hamper
Indolent
(verb) to urge or plead for; to recommend or support
(adjective) misleading or false; based on unsound reasoning o…
(verb) to hinder or impede the movement or progress of a proc…
(adjective) wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy
Advocate
(verb) to urge or plead for; to recommend or support
Fallacious
(adjective) misleading or false; based on unsound reasoning o…
20 terms
Vocab. 1 Mrs. Marsh English
protuberant
protuberant
complementary
complementary
(adj.) sticking out from a surface usually with a curved or r…
The overweight man did not consider the manner in which his -…
(adj.) going together well; working well together
African Asian Studies and English I are ---- courses as their…
protuberant
(adj.) sticking out from a surface usually with a curved or r…
protuberant
The overweight man did not consider the manner in which his -…
Mrs.Moore English Vocab 1
Carcinogenic
Inequity
Prosody
Leery
adjective causing or tending to cause cancer
noun injustice
noun the study of poetic meter and the art of versification
adjective openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
Carcinogenic
adjective causing or tending to cause cancer
Inequity
noun injustice
83 terms
English 1 Mrs. Price Naz
Noun
Pronoun
Adjective
Preposition
Person, Place, Thing or Idea
Word that takes place of a noun or other pronoun
Word that modifies a noun or pronoun
Word that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun in anot…
Noun
Person, Place, Thing or Idea
Pronoun
Word that takes place of a noun or other pronoun
Mrs. Hoyle English 1 vocab
Amenity
Condone
Cultivated
Disarming
Something that makes life easier or more pleasant
To forgive or to approve of something that's wrong
Raised or grown on a farm
Tending to remove any feelings of hate
Amenity
Something that makes life easier or more pleasant
Condone
To forgive or to approve of something that's wrong
10 terms
Vocab#1:Mrs.Beck English
Abhor
Abrasive
Accessible
Acclaim
To feel hatred or disgust toward something ,to loathe
A substance used for grinding,an irritant
Easy to obtain,approach or enter,capable of being used or rea…
Loud applause,praise
Abhor
To feel hatred or disgust toward something ,to loathe
Abrasive
A substance used for grinding,an irritant
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