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Fosters freshmen honors English, vocabulary #1-2
Aghast
Amiable
Audacious
Begrudge
Overcome with shock and dissappointment
Friendly and kind
Bold and daring (inclined to take risks) -especially in viola…
To give or concede reluctantly; to be annoyed by; to look upo…
Aghast
Overcome with shock and dissappointment
Amiable
Friendly and kind
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Reno High Foster Honors English List 25
acrimonious
congenital
complacent
evoke
adj. bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
adj. existing prior to or at birth but not hereditary; being…
adj. self-satisfied; smug
v. to call forth or summon a reaction; to elicit
acrimonious
adj. bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
congenital
adj. existing prior to or at birth but not hereditary; being…
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RHS Honors English Foster List #23
obstreperous
morphodite
trousseau
analogous
adj. noisy or boisterous, esp. in resistance to control or ad…
n. having a form, characteristics, etc., (esp. reproductive o…
n. the special wardrobe a bride gathers for her wedding
adj. alike in certain ways; similar in function but not in or…
obstreperous
adj. noisy or boisterous, esp. in resistance to control or ad…
morphodite
n. having a form, characteristics, etc., (esp. reproductive o…
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Reno High Foster Honors English List 25
acrimonious
congenital
complacent
evoke
adj. bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
adj. existing prior to or at birth but not hereditary; being…
adj. self-satisfied; smug
v. to call forth or summon a reaction; to elicit
acrimonious
adj. bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
congenital
adj. existing prior to or at birth but not hereditary; being…
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RHS foster freshman honors english word of the day #5 (H)
Obdurate
Obfuscate
Onerous
Opulent
Adj-stubborn; hard-hearted
V-to confuse, to bewilder
Adj-burdensome; heavy, hard to endure
Adj-rich, luxurious, wealthy
Obdurate
Adj-stubborn; hard-hearted
Obfuscate
V-to confuse, to bewilder
English - personification, simile, metaphor-Mrs. Foster
personification
simile
metaphor
metaphor
A kind of metaphor that gives inanimate objects or abstract i…
A comparison using "like" or "as".
A comparison without using like or as.
The typical teenage boy's room is a disaster area.
personification
A kind of metaphor that gives inanimate objects or abstract i…
simile
A comparison using "like" or "as".
Mrs. Foster English - Vocab Test #1
asperity
bane
buffoon
doleful
n. 1. Sharpness of harshness of manner... 2. Roughness of surfac…
n. A person or thing that destroys or causes harm... baneful -…
n. A person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a…
adj. Mournful or full of sorrow; causing grief
asperity
n. 1. Sharpness of harshness of manner... 2. Roughness of surfac…
bane
n. A person or thing that destroys or causes harm... baneful -…
Honors English, Mrs. Holtz
Abridge
Acrid
Adamant
Affable
To shorten in duration; to reduce the number of words
Sharp and harsh or unpleasantly irritating in taste or odor;…
Unshakeable or insistent especially in maintaining a position…
Being pleasant and friendly especially in interactions with o…
Abridge
To shorten in duration; to reduce the number of words
Acrid
Sharp and harsh or unpleasantly irritating in taste or odor;…
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honors English mrs Adam
verbal irony
situational irony
dramatic irony
alliteration
when the exact opposote of what is said is said
opposite of what is expected to happen happens
reader understands something the characters don't
phrase w/ same sound multiple times
verbal irony
when the exact opposote of what is said is said
situational irony
opposite of what is expected to happen happens
Mrs. Hargrove Honors English
Plot
Narrative Order
Chronological Order
Flashback
The sequence of events in which it involves the characters in…
The sequence of events.
The most common type of narrative order in children's books.…
Occurs when the author narrates an event that took place befo…
Plot
The sequence of events in which it involves the characters in…
Narrative Order
The sequence of events.
Honors english mrs.Good
alias
clandestine
enigma
latent
Assumed name
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
a puzzle; a mystery
potential that is not readily apparent
alias
Assumed name
clandestine
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
Mr. Bitzer honors English
Emulate
Sere
Abate
Contrite
Verb; to strive to be equal to; to imitate
Adjective; dry and withered
Verb; to lessen violence or intensity
Adjective; feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
Emulate
Verb; to strive to be equal to; to imitate
Sere
Adjective; dry and withered
Honors English Mr. Adams
Abdicate
Acolyte
Ambiguity
Austere
renounce one's throne
An assistant or follower
uncertainty of meaning in language; lack to commitment.
Severe or strict in matter attitude or appearance.
Abdicate
renounce one's throne
Acolyte
An assistant or follower
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Honors English Mrs. Marks
Scarlet Letter
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Where in the colony does the opening c…
For what 2 "practical necessities" did…
BY: Nathaniel Hawthorne... POV: third person omniscient ... Tone: p…
Boston
Prison Door
Prison and Cemetery
Scarlet Letter
BY: Nathaniel Hawthorne... POV: third person omniscient ... Tone: p…
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Boston
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Mrs. Gregory Honors English Vocabulary
Callous
Somber
Billow
Exalt
showing or having cruel disregard for others
dark or dull in tone; gloomy
fill will air; swell outward; to balloon outward
to hold in high regard; think or speak highly of
Callous
showing or having cruel disregard for others
Somber
dark or dull in tone; gloomy
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Honors English (Mrs. Williams)
Satiate
Sardonic
Sanguine
Sanctity
(V.) To fill completely
(Adj.) Showing disrespect or scorn for someone or something
(Adj.) Confident or hopeful
(N.) State or quality of being holy, important, or valuable.
Satiate
(V.) To fill completely
Sardonic
(Adj.) Showing disrespect or scorn for someone or something
Mr. Foster English Terms Cherry Creek High School
metaphor
mixed metaphor
dead metaphor
extended metaphor
-A figure is speech which makes an implicit, or hidden compar…
- A succession of incongruous or ludicrous comparisons. When…
-Traditionally defined as a figure of speech that has lost it…
- A comparison between two unlike things that continue throug…
metaphor
-A figure is speech which makes an implicit, or hidden compar…
mixed metaphor
- A succession of incongruous or ludicrous comparisons. When…
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Mrs. Alonso Honors English-Notes
Science Fiction
Elements of Science Fiction
3 2
Extrapolation
A form of fantasy in which scientificmfacts, assumprions, or…
Science, Technology and Invention, Future and remote past(tim…
To be science fiction, a story must have at least ____ of the…
Exaggerations, logical extensions of scientific and cultural…
Science Fiction
A form of fantasy in which scientificmfacts, assumprions, or…
Elements of Science Fiction
Science, Technology and Invention, Future and remote past(tim…
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English Honors- Mr. White
Escarpments
Amalgam
Sully
Subcutaneous
noun... Geology. a long, precipitous, clifflike ridge of land, r…
noun... an alloy of mercury with another metal or metals.
to soil, stain, or tarnish. -Verb
adjective... situated or lying under the skin, as tissue.
Escarpments
noun... Geology. a long, precipitous, clifflike ridge of land, r…
Amalgam
noun... an alloy of mercury with another metal or metals.
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English 2 Honors: Mrs. Wilson
vitriolic
mire
vilify
collate
harsh, bitter, or malicious
area of wet swampy ground, marsh
speak or write about in an obsessively disparaging manner
collect and combine in proper order
vitriolic
harsh, bitter, or malicious
mire
area of wet swampy ground, marsh
Honors English 10 (mrs. Cox)
Jingoist
Lothario
Maverick
Nemesis
Person skilled in foreign languages
a man who behaves selfishly and irresponsibly in his sexual r…
Unorthodox person
The inescapable agent of someone's downfall
Jingoist
Person skilled in foreign languages
Lothario
a man who behaves selfishly and irresponsibly in his sexual r…
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English Honors Exam (Mrs. Ferrens)
supplication
suppliant
lamentation
pestilence
a humble request, prayer, petition
a humble petitioner
outward expression of sorrow; cries of grief
any contagious disease; an epidemic of disease
supplication
a humble request, prayer, petition
suppliant
a humble petitioner
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honors english vocab- mrs dennis
ambrosial
amorous
arbitrary
auroral
extremely delicious
full of love
based upon impulse or random chance, rather than on reason
pertaining to or resembling dawn; rosy; radiant
ambrosial
extremely delicious
amorous
full of love
Vocabulary--> Honors English <Mrs. Quinby>
sieve (n, 74)
proboscis (n, 22)
slum (n, 148)
cacophony (n, 42)
a kitchen took that has manh small holes
large nose
a poor area of town
harsh mixture of sounds
sieve (n, 74)
a kitchen took that has manh small holes
proboscis (n, 22)
large nose
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Honors English Vocab Mrs. Brown
Tentative
Plausible
Placid
Aquiesce
Unsure, not definite
Believable
Calm and peaceful
To agree to do something even if you don't want to
Tentative
Unsure, not definite
Plausible
Believable
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Mrs. Carr Honors English Vocabulary
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
Coin collector
A lack of something
Beliefor that all events are out of our control
Licentious
Morally unrestrained
Numismatist
Coin collector
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Vocabulary--> Honors English <Mrs. Quinby>
sieve (n, 74)
proboscis (n, 22)
slum (n, 148)
cacophony (n, 42)
a kitchen tool that has many small holes
large nose
a poor area of town
harsh mixture of sounds
sieve (n, 74)
a kitchen tool that has many small holes
proboscis (n, 22)
large nose
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Honors English Vocab Mrs Shingler
Ryhme Scheme
Foreshadow
Couplet
Drama
A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhymes at the end of each li…
be a warning or indication of (a future event).
two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by r…
a play for theater, radio, or television.
Ryhme Scheme
A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhymes at the end of each li…
Foreshadow
be a warning or indication of (a future event).
Honors English Vocab. Mrs. Paradise
Acquiesce
Censure
Deride
Disdain
Intransitive Verb. To accept or skew something without argume…
Intransitive Verb. To criticize our judge strongly. Noun. Str…
Transitive Verb. To express contempt for. Ridicule.... To speak…
Noun. The feeling something or someone dies not deserve respe…
Acquiesce
Intransitive Verb. To accept or skew something without argume…
Censure
Intransitive Verb. To criticize our judge strongly. Noun. Str…
Honors English 2 Mrs Vault
Impropriety
Magnanimity
Aberration
Irascible
The state or quality of being unfit, unseemly, or inappropriate
The quality of being free from petty resentfulness or vindict…
Extravagance or enormity
Easily provoked to anger; very irritable
Impropriety
The state or quality of being unfit, unseemly, or inappropriate
Magnanimity
The quality of being free from petty resentfulness or vindict…
English 105 Honors Mrs. Triplett
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
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English 1 Honors Mrs. Kliwer
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
(N) The expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(V) To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
(N) A combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(N) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period o…
Approbation
(N) The expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
Assuage
(V) To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
English 1 Honors mrs.connel
esoteric
fulminate
insouciant
lachrymose
intended for or understood by a particular group
issue a thunderous verbal attack or denunciation
marked by nonchalance; carefree
weeping or inclined to weep; tearful
esoteric
intended for or understood by a particular group
fulminate
issue a thunderous verbal attack or denunciation
Honors English 2 Mrs. Vault
Censure
Blasphemy
Intricate
Begrudge
Strong or vehement expression of disapproval
To speak of a sacred entity in an irreverent, impious manner.
Complex
To envy the possession of enjoyment of something
Censure
Strong or vehement expression of disapproval
Blasphemy
To speak of a sacred entity in an irreverent, impious manner.
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English Final Review - Mrs. Spearman Honors English
Prose
Poetry
Drama
Fiction
Written in sentences and paragraphs.... Includes fiction (novel…
Written according to patterns of lines. it has definite rhyth…
May be written in prose OR poetry. It is written to be perfor…
Made up stories that did not actually occur.
Prose
Written in sentences and paragraphs.... Includes fiction (novel…
Poetry
Written according to patterns of lines. it has definite rhyth…
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Mrs.Chambers final vocab honors english
Adjective
Adverb
Allusion
Antagonist
A word or phrase naming an attribute
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies a verb
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
A person who actively opposed or is hostile to someone
Adjective
A word or phrase naming an attribute
Adverb
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies a verb
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Honors English 4 - Mrs. Carlotz
Descartes
Philosophy of Truth
Tolstoy
Philosophy of Beauty
Questioning is good and essential to strengthen the foundatio…
What philosophy is Descartes?
Art is emotion with a connection
What philosophy is Tolstoy?
Descartes
Questioning is good and essential to strengthen the foundatio…
Philosophy of Truth
What philosophy is Descartes?
14 terms
Mrs. Devlin Honors English Vocab
Harangue
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Noisy, attacking speech
humiliation; degradation
swelling; fluttering; waving
recoil in fear or servility; shrink away from
Harangue
Noisy, attacking speech
Abasement
humiliation; degradation
honors english final Mrs. Keel
who are the main characters in the Pig…
From who's point of view is the pigman…
how did John and Lorraine meet Mr. Pig…
How are John and Lorraine so much alike
Mr. Pignati, Lorraine, and John
John and Lorraine
By prank calling him
They both have family problems
who are the main characters in the Pig…
Mr. Pignati, Lorraine, and John
From who's point of view is the pigman…
John and Lorraine
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Mrs. Sawyer English 10 Honors Vocab Final
adverse
averse
ingenious
ingenuous
a.Unfavorable to one's interest or welfare... b.Contrary or oppo…
Having a strong feeling of dislike or reluctance
a.Having or showing creative or inventive skill ... b.Original o…
Showing or having simplicity, openness and honesty in a child…
adverse
a.Unfavorable to one's interest or welfare... b.Contrary or oppo…
averse
Having a strong feeling of dislike or reluctance
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Honors English 9 Mr. Staver
a-,an
amphi
ana-,an
anti-
not, without Ex. abyss
both Ex. amphibious
up, back, again Ex.analysis, anode
against Ex.antipodal
a-,an
not, without Ex. abyss
amphi
both Ex. amphibious
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Honors English Final Mrs Pitts
Subject
Occasion
Audience
Purpose
What the story is about
When and where the story takes place
Who the story is directed at
Why the story was written
Subject
What the story is about
Occasion
When and where the story takes place
Unit 5 Honors English - Mrs. Christopher
accomplice
annihilate
arbitrary
brazen
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime... Synonyms: partner in…
(v.) to destroy completely... Synonyms: obliterate, decimate, d…
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
(n.) made of brass; shameless, impudent... Synonyms: saucy, bol…
accomplice
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime... Synonyms: partner in…
annihilate
(v.) to destroy completely... Synonyms: obliterate, decimate, d…
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Mrs. Cooper English 10 Honors Cumulative Exam
edify
felicity
veracity
paragon
instruct or improve
joyfulness or happiness
the state of being truthful or straightforward
a perfect example of something
edify
instruct or improve
felicity
joyfulness or happiness
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English Honors Exam (Mrs. Ferrens)
supplication
suppliant
lamentation
pestilence
a humble request, prayer, petition
a humble petitioner
outward expression of sorrow; cries of grief
any contagious disease; an epidemic of disease
supplication
a humble request, prayer, petition
suppliant
a humble petitioner
Mrs. Bankston English non-honors
the legendary poet credited with writi…
The Odyssey takes place after_________…
Homer was believed to have been________.
the cyclops who held odysseus and his…
Homer
trojan war
blind
polyphemus
the legendary poet credited with writi…
Homer
The Odyssey takes place after_________…
trojan war
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Mrs. Graham, Honors English Period 2
Acerbic
Befuddled
Callous
Defensive
My V.P.E teacher has an acerbic attitude when people don't ch…
I am usually befuddled when Mr. Weatherington hands out homew…
My older cousin has a callous personality, she shows no respe…
Boyfriends are usually defensive over their girlfriends.
Acerbic
My V.P.E teacher has an acerbic attitude when people don't ch…
Befuddled
I am usually befuddled when Mr. Weatherington hands out homew…
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Mrs. Neuman Honors English III
allusion
archetype
Carpe Diem
aside
a reference in a work of literature to a well-known person, p…
a pattern that appears in literature across cultures and is r…
seize the day
words spoken by an actor directly to... the audience, which are…
allusion
a reference in a work of literature to a well-known person, p…
archetype
a pattern that appears in literature across cultures and is r…
Honors english - mrs. geringer - poets
emily dickinson
emily dickinson
emily dickinson
emily dickinson
american from massachusetts
1830 - 1886
always wore white- meant passion
wrote, "i heard a fly buzz when i died", " a narrow fellow in…
emily dickinson
american from massachusetts
emily dickinson
1830 - 1886
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Mr. Foster English 2 Midterm Definitions (Spring 2016)
Rhetoric
Tone
Pathos
Ethos
argument that is either spoken or written
supports for argument; aka facts
emotion; appeals to character
appeals to ethics
Rhetoric
argument that is either spoken or written
Tone
supports for argument; aka facts
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