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13 terms
Scarlet Letter Ch. 5
vivify
clause
assimilate
tinge
to endure with life or renew life: animate
a separate section of a discourse or writing
to absorb into the cultural tradition of a population or group
an affective or modifying property or influence: touch
vivify
to endure with life or renew life: animate
clause
a separate section of a discourse or writing
Scarlet Letter (1-5)
utopia
congenial
abashed
evanescent
an ideal society
getting on well with others; agreeable, pleasant
ashamed or embarrassed
vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
utopia
an ideal society
congenial
getting on well with others; agreeable, pleasant
9 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-7
But there is a fatality, a feeling so…
It was as if a new birth . . . had con…
She bore on her breast . . . a specime…
. . . even the silence of those with w…
unavoidable
not suitable; not agreeable
inventive skill or imagination; cleverness
to express indirectly; hint; suggest
But there is a fatality, a feeling so…
unavoidable
It was as if a new birth . . . had con…
not suitable; not agreeable
9 terms
The Scarlet Letter Chapter 5
What general symbol has Hester become?
2 reasons why Hester does not leave th…
Describe Hester's home?
What talent did Hester use to support…
A women's weakness and sinful passion
She sinned there, there is some she feels connected too, and…
Lives on a cottage on the outskirts in boston
Making garments
What general symbol has Hester become?
A women's weakness and sinful passion
2 reasons why Hester does not leave th…
She sinned there, there is some she feels connected too, and…
10 terms
Scarlet Letter (5)
penance
repugnance
revile
inopportuneness
voluntary suffering to repent for a wrong... ________ is the ac…
strong dislike, distaste or antagonism; an instance of contra…
to criticize with harsh language, verbal abuse... If something…
inappropriateness; unfavorableness... She tried not to say more…
penance
voluntary suffering to repent for a wrong... ________ is the ac…
repugnance
strong dislike, distaste or antagonism; an instance of contra…
25 terms
Scarlet Letter Vocab. 5
mirth
misanthrope
mollify
oblivion
gladness and merriment usually accompanied by laughter
a hater of mankind
to soothe or to appease, to assuage
state of being forgotten
mirth
gladness and merriment usually accompanied by laughter
misanthrope
a hater of mankind
13 terms
Scarlet Letter Vocab 5
Laud
Loquacious
Lurid
Magnate
To praise
Very talkative
Sensational
A person of power or influence
Laud
To praise
Loquacious
Very talkative
15 terms
Scarlet Letter Vocab #5
acquiesce
scrofula
contiguity
denizen
v to agree silently
n tuberculosis
n series of things in close connection
n resident of a particular place
acquiesce
v to agree silently
scrofula
n tuberculosis
10 terms
Scarlet Letter 5
transfigured
Iniquity
Propagate
Somniferous
Changed appearance, glorified (v/adj)
Wickedness (n)
To reproduce or cause to reproduce (v)
Tending to produce sleep (adj)
transfigured
Changed appearance, glorified (v/adj)
Iniquity
Wickedness (n)
10 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab Ch 1-5
edifice
vivify
peremptory
amenable
a large, usually impressive building.
to give life to; animate; quicken.
leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imperative.
willing to yield or submit.
edifice
a large, usually impressive building.
vivify
to give life to; animate; quicken.
6 terms
The Scarlet Letter (Chapter 5)
lurid
annihilate
inscrutable
repugnance
lurid
annihilate
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter (5)
Peal
Penitent
Petty
Petulance
a loud ringing (usually of bells)
showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing,repentant
small and insignificant
unreasonable touchiness or irritability
Peal
a loud ringing (usually of bells)
Penitent
showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing,repentant
13 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-8
reckless
callous
pristine
dauntless
careless, irresponsible
heartless, insensitive
primitive; uncontaminated; pure
fearless; intrepid
reckless
careless, irresponsible
callous
heartless, insensitive
8 terms
The Scarlet Letter Set 5
inviolable
reviled
impelled
imperatively
sacred
used abusive language toward
drove, forced
in a demanding way
inviolable
sacred
reviled
used abusive language toward
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
pallid
morbid
dauntless
extant
pale
grisly
fearless
still in existence
pallid
pale
morbid
grisly
11 terms
Scarlet Letter 5-7
1st reason hester does not leave bosto…
2nd reason hester does not leave bosto…
how does hester earn her living?
what is one thing that hester was neve…
her sin was planted deep into the roots of boston
her lover was there and she believes that they would be toget…
by sewing
veils for brides at weddings so she doesn't take away the bri…
1st reason hester does not leave bosto…
her sin was planted deep into the roots of boston
2nd reason hester does not leave bosto…
her lover was there and she believes that they would be toget…
17 terms
The Scarlet Letter Chapter 5
vivify
inscrutable
inquisitorial
progenitor
to animate
impossible to understand or interpret
offensively prying
an ancestor or parent
vivify
to animate
inscrutable
impossible to understand or interpret
6 terms
Scarlet Letter-Chapter 5
Assmilate
Inquisitorial
Denote
Guise
To take in, understand fully
Offensively prying
Indicate
Outward appearance
Assmilate
To take in, understand fully
Inquisitorial
Offensively prying
13 terms
Scarlet Letter 5-6
How is Hester's emergence from the pri…
What traditional dichotomy does Hawtho…
Give two reasons why Hester decides to…
How do the townspeople treat Hester? H…
The first time she is let go she is more defiant, now she is…
She is a castaway, she is accepted by nature and not by the P…
1) She sees isolation as her punishment ... 2) She doesn't want…
They make he feel like an outcast. She chooses to be the bigg…
How is Hester's emergence from the pri…
The first time she is let go she is more defiant, now she is…
What traditional dichotomy does Hawtho…
She is a castaway, she is accepted by nature and not by the P…
13 terms
Scarlet Letter Ch.5
Annihilate
Ascetic
Averred
Contumaciously
to destroy, defeat (v)
disciplined (adj)
declared, state, or assert (v)
stubbornly disobedient (adj)
Annihilate
to destroy, defeat (v)
Ascetic
disciplined (adj)
8 terms
The Scarlet Letter Set 5
inviolable
reviled
impelled
imperatively
sacred
used abusive language toward
drove, forced
in a demanding way
inviolable
sacred
reviled
used abusive language toward
10 terms
The Scarlet Letter Chapters 1-5
sepulchres
farthingale
ignominy
malefactresses
graves, tombs
a hoop worn by women to support skirts or petticoats
shame, dishonor
female criminals
sepulchres
graves, tombs
farthingale
a hoop worn by women to support skirts or petticoats
10 terms
Scarlet Letter 5
transfigured
Iniquity
Propagate
Somniferous
Changed appearance, glorified (v/adj)
Wickedness (n)
To reproduce or cause to reproduce (v)
Tending to produce sleep (adj)
transfigured
Changed appearance, glorified (v/adj)
Iniquity
Wickedness (n)
10 terms
Scarlet Letter Ch 5-8
What reason does the narrative give to…
For which specific occasion is Hester…
Why does Hester choose to name her dau…
What best characterizes Pearl's charac…
Its elaborate beauty is popular despite being at odds with th…
weddings
Pearl is the treasure for which Hester gave all she had.
impish
What reason does the narrative give to…
Its elaborate beauty is popular despite being at odds with th…
For which specific occasion is Hester…
weddings
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab #5
Peal
Penitent
Petty
Petulance
A loud ringing (usually bells)
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
Small and insignificant
Unreasonable touchiness or irritability
Peal
A loud ringing (usually bells)
Penitent
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
5 terms
scarlet letter chapter 5
why hester stays in boston after her j…
what's one item that hetser is not all…
how does hester dress now ? why ?
how does she reacts to the taunting of…
she wants to punish herself and face to humiliation but she a…
wedding gowns
very plainty she wants to punish herself
she doesn't react at all
why hester stays in boston after her j…
she wants to punish herself and face to humiliation but she a…
what's one item that hetser is not all…
wedding gowns
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab #5
Peal
Penitent
Petty
Petulance
A loud ringing (usually bells)
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
Small and insignificant
Unreasonable touchiness or irritability
Peal
A loud ringing (usually bells)
Penitent
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
ponderous
pertains
edifice
inauspicious
very heavy or massive
concerns or has to do with
a building, especially a large and imposing building
not favorable or not promising
ponderous
very heavy or massive
pertains
concerns or has to do with
10 terms
VOCAB 5 The Scarlet Letter
Indefatigable
Requital
Unscrupulous
Conjecture
Adj. untiring
N. Something given in return or for compensation
Adj. dishonest
N. An opinion made without evidence
Indefatigable
Adj. untiring
Requital
N. Something given in return or for compensation
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter: 5
Abdicate
Bask
Cacophony
Decimate
To resign
To lie in a warm place
Unpleasant loud sounds
To destroy a large number
Abdicate
To resign
Bask
To lie in a warm place
9 terms
The Scarlet Letter Chapter 5
What general symbol has Hester become?
2 reasons why Hester does not leave th…
Describe Hester's home?
What talent did Hester use to support…
A women's weakness and sinful passion
She sinned there, there is some she feels connected too, and…
Lives on a cottage on the outskirts in boston
Making garments
What general symbol has Hester become?
A women's weakness and sinful passion
2 reasons why Hester does not leave th…
She sinned there, there is some she feels connected too, and…
10 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
retribution
authenticate
detriment
impalpable
(n.) punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong…
(v.) prove or show (something, especially a claim or an artis…
(n.) something that will cause damage or injury to something…
(adj.) unable to be felt by touch
retribution
(n.) punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong…
authenticate
(v.) prove or show (something, especially a claim or an artis…
15 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
Auspicious.
Calamity.
Capricious.
Expiation.
Favorable; promising well for the future.
A disaster; an extreme misfortune.
Changeable; flighty.
Atonement.
Auspicious.
Favorable; promising well for the future.
Calamity.
A disaster; an extreme misfortune.
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocab 5
Peal
Penitent
Petty
Petulance
A loud ringing (usually of bells)
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
Small and insignificant
Unreasonable touchiness or irritability
Peal
A loud ringing (usually of bells)
Penitent
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
Ponderous
Pertains
Edifice
Inauspicious
Adj- very heavy or massive
V- concerns or has to do with
N- a building; especially a large and imposing one
Adj- not favorable, or not promising
Ponderous
Adj- very heavy or massive
Pertains
V- concerns or has to do with
15 terms
The Scarlet Letter (5) Vocab
sedulous
dexterity
ascertain
talisman
(of a person/action) showing dedication or diligence
skill in performing tasks, esp. with the hands
to find something out for certain; make sure of
an object that is thought to have magic powers, usually to br…
sedulous
(of a person/action) showing dedication or diligence
dexterity
skill in performing tasks, esp. with the hands
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
pallid
morbid
dauntless
extant
faint in color, pale
gruesome, grisly; diseased or unhealthy
fearless
surviving, still in existence
pallid
faint in color, pale
morbid
gruesome, grisly; diseased or unhealthy
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #5
Ponderous (adj)
Pertains (verb)
Edifice (noun)
Inauspicious (adj)
Very heavy or massive
Concerns or has to do with
Building, especially large or imposing
Not favorable, not promising
Ponderous (adj)
Very heavy or massive
Pertains (verb)
Concerns or has to do with
10 terms
Vocab 5: The Scarlet Letter
ponderous
inauspicious
physiognomy
augur
(adj) unpleasantly dull
(adj) not looking good for future success
(n) facial features or expressions that reveal character
(v) events or circumstances that indicate good or bad outcomes
ponderous
(adj) unpleasantly dull
inauspicious
(adj) not looking good for future success
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-6
vivify
embody
inscrutable
assimilate
give life to
give concrete form to
mysterious
unite or combine
vivify
give life to
embody
give concrete form to
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-8
emolument
ascetic
plebeian
progenitors
payment; income
morally strict
working class; social levels below the lords and the wealthy
ancestors
emolument
payment; income
ascetic
morally strict
10 terms
The Scarlet letter 5-8
intangible
ascetic
insidious
contumacious
hard to pin down or identify
practicing great self-denial
intended to entrap
willfully obstinate; stubbornly disobedient
intangible
hard to pin down or identify
ascetic
practicing great self-denial
15 terms
The Scarlet Letter-Wk 5
Sexton
Irksome
Speculate
Proprietor
A person responsible for upkeep of church property
Causing annoyanse or vexation
Reflect
Owner
Sexton
A person responsible for upkeep of church property
Irksome
Causing annoyanse or vexation
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
152 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Alchemy
Anathemas
anemones and columbines
Ann Turner
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
curses things or persons greatly detested.
flowers of the buttercup family.
an alleged witch who supposedly helped in the poisoning in th…
Alchemy
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
Anathemas
curses things or persons greatly detested.
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-8
Emolument
Ascetic
Plebeian
Progenitors
Noun... payment; income
Adjective... morally strict
Noun... working class; social levels below the Lords and the wea…
Noun... ancestors
Emolument
Noun... payment; income
Ascetic
Adjective... morally strict
15 terms
The Scarlet Letter wk.5
Sexton
Irksome
Speculate
Proprietor
a person responsible for the upkeep of church property
causing annoyance or vexation
reflect
owner
Sexton
a person responsible for the upkeep of church property
Irksome
causing annoyance or vexation
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-7
Eldritch
Anathemas
Mutability
Preternatural
Witch like
Curses
Changeability
Abnormal
Eldritch
Witch like
Anathemas
Curses
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-8
emolument
ascetic
plebeian
progenitors
payment; income
morally strict
working class; social levels below the lords and the wealthy
ancestors
emolument
payment; income
ascetic
morally strict
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter 5-8
emolument
ascetic
plebeian
progenitors
payment; income
morally strict
working class; social levels below the lords and the wealthy
ancestors
emolument
payment; income
ascetic
morally strict
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