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Scarlet Letter Ch. 6
efficacy
russet
imbued
mutability
effective as a means of remedy
a course brownish homespun cloth
inspired as with feelings, opinions, etc.
subject to change
efficacy
effective as a means of remedy
russet
a course brownish homespun cloth
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 6
requite
revere
rotund
sagacious
to make repayment or to return
to honor, to regard with respect
very plump, round
wise, shrewd, very discerning
requite
to make repayment or to return
revere
to honor, to regard with respect
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Scarlet Letter Chapters 1-6
Utopia
Sepulchres
Congenial
Scourged... Scourge
A place or state of political or social perfection
A burial vault built of rock or stone
pleasant friendly
V. to subject to severe criticism or satire... n. a whip
Utopia
A place or state of political or social perfection
Sepulchres
A burial vault built of rock or stone
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The Scarlet Letter Set 6
exemplary
emaciated
imminent
importunate
adj. serving as a model; serving as a warning
adj. abnormally lean (starving)
adj. likely to happen very soon
adj. annoyingly persistent
exemplary
adj. serving as a model; serving as a warning
emaciated
adj. abnormally lean (starving)
Scarlet Letter (6)
adduce
vindicate
importunate
reverential
to cite as proof; to lead to... If you were a lawyer, you might…
to clear of blame; support a claim... _________ means to justif…
pleading; extremely urgent; persistence... ____________ means a…
expressing great awe and respect... When you're ____________ ,…
adduce
to cite as proof; to lead to... If you were a lawyer, you might…
vindicate
to clear of blame; support a claim... _________ means to justif…
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The Scarlet Letter ch. 6
Caprice
Dearth
Efficacy
Gesticulation
Whim
Scarcity; lack
Established hated
Expressions through gestures
Caprice
Whim
Dearth
Scarcity; lack
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The Scarlet Letter Chapter 6
why did Hester name her child Pearl?
Why can't Pearl be made amendable to r…
What would Pearl do when children gath…
When Pearl plays, what does she imagin…
Because it represents that Hester paid a great price to have…
Because she is crazy
She would scream and throw rocks at them
She creates imaginary enemies to fight
why did Hester name her child Pearl?
Because it represents that Hester paid a great price to have…
Why can't Pearl be made amendable to r…
Because she is crazy
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Scarlet Letter 4-6
1. anathemas (n.):
2. draught (n.):
3. efficacy (n.):
4. expostulation (n.):
curses; denunciations; bad wishes
a drink; a dose; that which is taken in by drinking or inhaling
effectiveness; capacity for producing effects
complaint; earnest protest
1. anathemas (n.):
curses; denunciations; bad wishes
2. draught (n.):
a drink; a dose; that which is taken in by drinking or inhaling
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #6
indefeasible
emaciated
retribution
mountebank
not able to be lost
abnormally thin
punishment that is considered to be morally right and fully d…
a fraud
indefeasible
not able to be lost
emaciated
abnormally thin
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Scarlet Letter 6-11
caprice
inimical
benevolence
propagate
sudden, impulsive action/notion
adverse, in terms of hostility or malevolence
disposition to do good
to cause to increase
caprice
sudden, impulsive action/notion
inimical
adverse, in terms of hostility or malevolence
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 4-6
sagamore
peremptory
paramour
vivify
(noun) a chief or leader among the American Indians
(adjective) leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
(noun) an illicity lover, especially of a married person
(verb) to give life to; animate; quicken
sagamore
(noun) a chief or leader among the American Indians
peremptory
(adjective) leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
The Scarlet Letter 1-6
utopia (n)
sepulcher (n)
demeanor (n)
transgress (v)
1. (usually lowercase) an ideal place or state. ... 2. (usually…
a tomb, grave, or burial place.
1. conduct; behavior; deportment.... 2. facial appearance; mien.
1. verb (used without object)to violate a law, command, moral…
utopia (n)
1. (usually lowercase) an ideal place or state. ... 2. (usually…
sepulcher (n)
a tomb, grave, or burial place.
Scarlet Letter Vocab 6-10
lecherous (adj)
beguiling (v)
calumny (n)
perjury (n)
showing or having too much sexual desire... Synonyms: lustful,…
to do something by tricking, cheating or using flattery on ot…
false statements that are made to damage another person's rep…
lies that someone willingly tells while under an oath ... Synon…
lecherous (adj)
showing or having too much sexual desire... Synonyms: lustful,…
beguiling (v)
to do something by tricking, cheating or using flattery on ot…
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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…
The Scarlet Letter Set 6
exemplary
emaciated
imminent
importunate
adj. serving as a model; serving as a warning
adj. abnormally lean (starving)
adj. likely to happen very soon
adj. annoyingly persistent
exemplary
adj. serving as a model; serving as a warning
emaciated
adj. abnormally lean (starving)
Scarlet Letter Chapter 6
efficacy
procured
russset
mutability
effective
obtained
reddish-brown
capable of change
efficacy
effective
procured
obtained
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The Scarlet Letter 1 to 6
ignominy
transgressor
malfactress
iniquity
(n.) shame and disgrace
a person who breaks a law or moral code; culprit
female guilty of crime
sin; evil act; wickedness
ignominy
(n.) shame and disgrace
transgressor
a person who breaks a law or moral code; culprit
Scarlet letter 6-10
What, according to the narrator, is ir…
What is the significance of Pearl's na…
What is significant about Pearl's temp…
Explain the ambiguity concerning Pearl…
Pearl is the reason for all her mother's troubles because her…
Hester chose the name Pearl because Pearl was "purchased" wit…
Pearl is very aggressive toward the kids that make fun of Hes…
Townspeople believe Pearl is the incarnation of the Devil, wh…
What, according to the narrator, is ir…
Pearl is the reason for all her mother's troubles because her…
What is the significance of Pearl's na…
Hester chose the name Pearl because Pearl was "purchased" wit…
the scarlet letter chapter 6
We have hardly spoken about that innoc…
Certainly, Pearl had no physical defec…
This outward changeability hinted at t…
Parents disciplined their children muc…
We have hardly spoken about that innocent infant who happened…
chapter 6 page 2
chapter 6 page three
chapter 6 page 4
We have hardly spoken about that innoc…
We have hardly spoken about that innocent infant who happened…
Certainly, Pearl had no physical defec…
chapter 6 page 2
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Scarlet Letter Chpts 6-8
EFFICACY:
RUSSET:
IMBUED:
MUTABILITY:
effective as a means of remedy.
a coarse brownish homespun cloth.
inspired as with feelings, opinions, etc.
subject to change.
EFFICACY:
effective as a means of remedy.
RUSSET:
a coarse brownish homespun cloth.
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Scarlet Letter Vocab #6
buckram
preteraturally
depredation
obeisance
n stiff fabric
adv beyond what is regular in nature
n the act of preying upon
n gesture of respect
buckram
n stiff fabric
preteraturally
adv beyond what is regular in nature
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 6
Apprehension
Mutability
Caprice
Inexplicable
An anxious feeling about the future
Changeableness
A whim
That cannot be explained or understood
Apprehension
An anxious feeling about the future
Mutability
Changeableness
The Scarlet Letter Vocab #6
Affliction
Appalled
Asperity
Conjectural
something causing pain and distress; a misfortune
Filled with dismay; shocked
Sharpness
Based on guesswork
Affliction
something causing pain and distress; a misfortune
Appalled
Filled with dismay; shocked
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #6
Affliction.
Appalled.
Asperity.
Conjectural.
Something causing pain and distress; a misfortune.
Filled with dismay; shocked.
Sharpness.
Based on guesswork.
Affliction.
Something causing pain and distress; a misfortune.
Appalled.
Filled with dismay; shocked.
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The Scarlet Letter: Chapters 4-6
anathemas
draught
efficacy
expostulation
curses; denunciations; bad wishes
a drink; a dose; that which is taken in by drinking or inhaling
effectiveness; capacity for producing effects
complaint; earnest protest
anathemas
curses; denunciations; bad wishes
draught
a drink; a dose; that which is taken in by drinking or inhaling
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #6
indefeasible
emaciated
retribution
mountebank
not able to be lost, annulled, or overturned
abnormally thin
punishment that is considered to be morally right and fully d…
a person who deceives others; a fraud
indefeasible
not able to be lost, annulled, or overturned
emaciated
abnormally thin
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Scarlet Letter Ch 6-9
efficacy
caprice
delve
epoch
the quality of being successful in producing an intended resu…
whim; sudden change of mind without any real cause
to dig; to search deeply and thoroughly into
An extended period of time marked by a series of related even…
efficacy
the quality of being successful in producing an intended resu…
caprice
whim; sudden change of mind without any real cause
10 terms
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #6
vindicate
zeal
affinity
erudite
(v.) clear (someone) of blame or suspicion.
(n.) great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an o…
(n.) a spontaneous or natural liking or sympathy for someone…
(adj.) having or showing great knowledge or learning.
vindicate
(v.) clear (someone) of blame or suspicion.
zeal
(n.) great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an o…
10 terms
Vocab 6: The Scarlet Letter
visage
exhort
tremulous
lurid
(n) a person's facial features and expressions
(v) to strongly urge someone to do something
(adj) shaking or quivering slightly
(adj) vivid in color that is gruesome and unnatural
visage
(n) a person's facial features and expressions
exhort
(v) to strongly urge someone to do something
the scarlet letter 1-6
throng
pillory
conspicuous
ignominy
a crowd
(n.) A device for publicly punishing offenders; a means for e…
Easy to notice; obvious
deep disgrace
throng
a crowd
pillory
(n.) A device for publicly punishing offenders; a means for e…
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The Scarlet Letter 6-8
Plebeian
Mutability
Extant
Emolument
A commoner
Able or likely to change often
Still in existence; surviving
A salary, fee, or profit from employment or office
Plebeian
A commoner
Mutability
Able or likely to change often
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The Scarlet Letter 6-11
Mutability
Caprice
Constrained
Inviolable
Ability to change
a whim; sudden change of mind
Compelled; forced
indestructible
Mutability
Ability to change
Caprice
a whim; sudden change of mind
The Scarlet Letter 6-11
Mutability
Caprice
Constrained
Inviolable
n. ability to change
n. a whim; a sudden change of mind
v. compelled; forced
adj. indestructible
Mutability
n. ability to change
Caprice
n. a whim; a sudden change of mind
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Scarlet Letter Chpt 5-6
Inscrutable
Purge
Sable
Penance
incomprehensible, mysterious
to clear of guilt
black; dark
an act imposed to punish for sin
Inscrutable
incomprehensible, mysterious
Purge
to clear of guilt
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The Scarlet Letter list 6
abnegation
alacrity
burgeon
cajolery
self denial
cheerful willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness; CELERITY
to begin to grow or blossom; to flourish
the act of urging with gentle and repeated appeals, teasing,…
abnegation
self denial
alacrity
cheerful willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness; CELERITY
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Chp 6-10 Vocabulary The Scarlet Letter
caprice
decorum
erudite
mutable
A sudden change
proper behavior, good taste; orderliness
learned; scholarly; bookish
Able to change
caprice
A sudden change
decorum
proper behavior, good taste; orderliness
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Scarlet Letter: Chapter 5&6
Vivify
Inquisitorial
Sumptuary
Infamy
To endow with life or renewed life
Inquiring, making inquiry, especially in a hostile way
Designed to regulate extravagant spending, especially on mora…
Evil reputation brought about by something evil, criminal, sh…
Vivify
To endow with life or renewed life
Inquisitorial
Inquiring, making inquiry, especially in a hostile way
The Scarlet Letter (6-9)
Luster
Vigor
Dexterity
Faculty
soft reflected light; sheen
physical or mental strength, energy, or force
skill and grace in physical movement, especially in the use o…
an inherent power or ability
Luster
soft reflected light; sheen
Vigor
physical or mental strength, energy, or force
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The Scarlet Letter (6-9)
Luster
Vigor
Dexterity
Faculty
soft reflected light; sheen
physical or mental strength, energy, or force
skill and grace in physical movement, especially in the use o…
an inherent power or ability
Luster
soft reflected light; sheen
Vigor
physical or mental strength, energy, or force
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The Scarlet Letter (4-6)
anathemas (n.)
draught (n.)
efficacy (n.)
expostulation (n.)
a formal curse by a pope/a council of the Church, excommunica…
(British spelling of draft) a preliminary version of a piece…
the ability to produce a desired or intended result.
to reason earnestly with someone against something that perso…
anathemas (n.)
a formal curse by a pope/a council of the Church, excommunica…
draught (n.)
(British spelling of draft) a preliminary version of a piece…
The Scarlet Letter (4-6)
Anathemas
Draught
Efficacy
Expostulation
Someone or something intensely dislike or loathed; one that i…
A drink or concoction, usually medicinal in nature
The power to produce a desired result or effect
The act of reasoning earnestly with a person for purposes of…
Anathemas
Someone or something intensely dislike or loathed; one that i…
Draught
A drink or concoction, usually medicinal in nature
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chapter 4-6 scarlet letter
Draught N
efficiency N
uncongenial Adj
Quaff V
a drink
effectiveness
disagreeable; unfriendly
to drink heartily
Draught N
a drink
efficiency N
effectiveness
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the scarlet letter 6-9
morbid
malicious
placid
caprice
adjective... characterized by or appealing to an abnormal and un…
adjective... indending or intended to do harm
adjective... tranquil
noun... a sudden and unaccountable change (of mood or behavior)
morbid
adjective... characterized by or appealing to an abnormal and un…
malicious
adjective... indending or intended to do harm
The Scarlet Letter 6-12
Mutability
Caprice
Constrained
Inviolable
ability to change
a whim; a sudden change of mind
compelled; forced
indestructible
Mutability
ability to change
Caprice
a whim; a sudden change of mind
The Scarlet Letter 1-6
beadle
contumely
ignominy
inauspicious
(n) a church officer assisting the minister
(n) insulting language or treatment
(n) public shame
(adj) not conducive to success; unpromising
beadle
(n) a church officer assisting the minister
contumely
(n) insulting language or treatment
The Scarlet Letter 1-6
Anatheam
Auspicisious
Despondecy
DIscerning
Something or someone that one strongly dislikes.
Conductive to success; promising.
A state of low spirits caused by loss of hope or courage.
Having or showing good judgment.
Anatheam
Something or someone that one strongly dislikes.
Auspicisious
Conductive to success; promising.
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The Scarlet Letter (6-8)
Apprehension
Mutability
Caprice
Inexplicable
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
means the quality of being changeable
a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behavior
unable to be explained or accounted for
Apprehension
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
Mutability
means the quality of being changeable
18 terms
The Scarlet Letter 1-6
Abate
Auspicious
Beadle
Behoove
To lessen or make something lessen gradually
Marked by lucky signs or good omens, and therefore by the pro…
A minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order du…
Be fitting, to be right and proper or appropriate for somebody
Abate
To lessen or make something lessen gradually
Auspicious
Marked by lucky signs or good omens, and therefore by the pro…
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Scarlet Letter ch. 6 Vocabulary
inscrutable
dexterity
procured
imbued
(adj.) incapable of being understood; impossible to see throu…
Skill and grace in physical movement
obtained
saturated, filled
inscrutable
(adj.) incapable of being understood; impossible to see throu…
dexterity
Skill and grace in physical movement
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The Scarlet Letter Chp 1-6
Time and Place at the beginning of the…
What grows by the prison door? Who sup…
Who are the townspeople waiting to see…
What "crime" has this person committed…
June early 1600s in Boston
wild rosebushes Anne Hutchinson
Hester
Breaking the covenant by committing adultery
Time and Place at the beginning of the…
June early 1600s in Boston
What grows by the prison door? Who sup…
wild rosebushes Anne Hutchinson
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