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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
abase
abate
abstruse
abyss
to degrade, to humiliate
to reduce in intensity or amount
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
bottomless hole, a vast expanse or depth
abase
to degrade, to humiliate
abate
to reduce in intensity or amount
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 1
throng
ediface
utopia
seasonable
A large number of people gathered together; a crowd
n. a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
an ideal society
occurring at the proper time or season; opportune
throng
A large number of people gathered together; a crowd
ediface
n. a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
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
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Scarlet Letter #1
Hearken
augured
behoof
rotundity
v.i. to give heed to, or attention to what is being said
v.t. to foretell especially from omens
n. advantage, profit
n. fat and round; rotund (adj.)
Hearken
v.i. to give heed to, or attention to what is being said
augured
v.t. to foretell especially from omens
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
antinomian
ignominy
efficacy
irreparably
someone who rejects socially established morals
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
effectiveness
unable to be repaired, irreversibly, irrecoverably
antinomian
someone who rejects socially established morals
ignominy
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
throng
edifice
utopia
sepulchres
a great number of persons crowded together
a large, usually impressive building
a place or state of political or social perfection
a burial vault built of rock or stone
throng
a great number of persons crowded together
edifice
a large, usually impressive building
The Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
antinomian
ignominy
efficacy
irreparably
someone who rejects socially established morals
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
effectiveness
unable to be repaired, irreversibly, irrecoverably
antinomian
someone who rejects socially established morals
ignominy
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
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Scarlet Letter 1
ignominy
phantasmagoric
imperceptible
preternaturally
deep shame and disgrace
Having to do with a fantastic sequence of haphazardly associa…
Barely noticeable
in a supernatural manner
ignominy
deep shame and disgrace
phantasmagoric
Having to do with a fantastic sequence of haphazardly associa…
The Scarlet letter: Chapter 1
Edifice
Utopia
Invariably
Subsequently
a large structure, like a building or skyscraper
a perfect place, like paradise
without change, constantly
in time or order, in succession
Edifice
a large structure, like a building or skyscraper
Utopia
a perfect place, like paradise
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #1
virtue
monotony
congenial
inauspicious
n. Moral excellence and righteousness; an inclination and hab…
n. no variation; tediously the same
(adj.) getting on well with others; agreeable, pleasant
adj. unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
virtue
n. Moral excellence and righteousness; an inclination and hab…
monotony
n. no variation; tediously the same
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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 1
ignominy
pillory
eminent
imminent
(N) public shame, disgrace, or dishonor
(N) a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes fo…
(ADJ) of high reputation or position, prominent
(ADJ) impending; near at hand
ignominy
(N) public shame, disgrace, or dishonor
pillory
(N) a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes fo…
Scarlet Letter Week 1
throng
Utopia
ponderous
burdock
(n) Large gathering; crowd
(n) an ideal society
(adj) heavy; bulky and unwieldy; dull, labored
(n) bristly, weedy plant with purplish flowers
throng
(n) Large gathering; crowd
Utopia
(n) an ideal society
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The Scarlet Letter List 1
congenial
inauspicious
evanescent
sagacity
(adj.) Having the same tastes, habits. or temperament; sympat…
(adj.) Not favorable; not auspicious
(adj.) Vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
(n.) The quality or being discerning, sound in judgement, and…
congenial
(adj.) Having the same tastes, habits. or temperament; sympat…
inauspicious
(adj.) Not favorable; not auspicious
Scarlet Letter 1 and 2
Ponderous
Pertains
Edifice
Inauspicious
of great weight; heavy; massive
to have reference or relation; relate
a building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance
not auspicious; boding ill; ill-omened; unfavorable
Ponderous
of great weight; heavy; massive
Pertains
to have reference or relation; relate
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Scarlet Letter Set 1
edifice
inauspicious
augured
infamy
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
to predict, especially from signs or omens; foretell
evil fame or reputation
edifice
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
inauspicious
unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
Apocalyptic
Dauntless
Demeanor
Dispassionate
(adj) prophetic, pertaining to revelations
(adj) fearless
(n) the way a person behaves
(adj) not influenced by emotion or bias
Apocalyptic
(adj) prophetic, pertaining to revelations
Dauntless
(adj) fearless
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The Scarlet Letter Review 1
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
Points in Puritain theology
Chillingworth's most serious sin is th…
Dimmesdale's most serious sin is...
19th
predestination, providence, original sin
he wants revenge.
hypocrisy; preaching to congregation about sin when he is a s…
The Scarlet Letter was written in whic…
19th
Points in Puritain theology
predestination, providence, original sin
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #1
Throng
edifice
utopia
allot
a crowd or gathering
a building or very large structure
an imaged place where everything is perfect
to give/distribute something to someone to share
Throng
a crowd or gathering
edifice
a building or very large structure
The Scarlet Letter Vocab #1
decorous
inclement
arduous
obtuseness
proper. decent
unpleasantly cold or wet
difficult task
dull
decorous
proper. decent
inclement
unpleasantly cold or wet
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The Scarlet Letter, Chapters 1, 2
edifice
sepulchres
inauspicious
physiognomies
a building, especially of large or imposing appearance
a burial vault, or a receptacle for sacred relics
unfavorable omen or sign contrary to a person's best interest…
facial features, especially when regarded as revealing
edifice
a building, especially of large or imposing appearance
sepulchres
a burial vault, or a receptacle for sacred relics
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
Edifice
Utopia
Subsequently
Sepulcher
A large structure
perfect place
Afterward
Burial chamber
Edifice
A large structure
Utopia
perfect place
Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
Sepulchres
Inauspicious
Ignominy
Phantasmagoric
noun, burial places
adj, gloomy, unlucky
noun, disgrace, dishonor
adj, constantly changing scenes from the imagination
Sepulchres
noun, burial places
Inauspicious
adj, gloomy, unlucky
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
Decorous
Communion
Benumbed
Prate
Correct and polite in a particular situation.
A close relationship with someone or something.
To make numb or unable to have emotions.
To talk long and idly.
Decorous
Correct and polite in a particular situation.
Communion
A close relationship with someone or something.
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
Decorous
Communion
Benumbed
Prate
Correct and polite in a particular situation.
A close relationship with someone or something.
To make numb or unable to have emotions.
To talk long and idly.
Decorous
Correct and polite in a particular situation.
Communion
A close relationship with someone or something.
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Scarlet Letter Vocab #1
heterodox
deportment
iniquity
infamy
adj having unorthodox ideas
noun behavior according to the rules
noun sin
noun extremely bad reputation
heterodox
adj having unorthodox ideas
deportment
noun behavior according to the rules
Scarlet Letter (1)
decorous
genial
languid
infirmity
prosper; tasteful; socially correct... Something that is ______…
pleasant and friendly; favorable to growth and comfort... This…
lacking energy; indifferent; slow... _______ comes from the Lat…
weakness; disease; ailment... The noun __________ , when used a…
decorous
prosper; tasteful; socially correct... Something that is ______…
genial
pleasant and friendly; favorable to growth and comfort... This…
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Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
Physiognomies
Impropriety
Sumptuary
Ignominy
The face or countenance, "the bearded physiognomies of these…
Failure to observe standards or show due honesty or modesty,…
Laws that regulate permitted consumption "greatly beyond what…
Public shame or disgrace "a halo of the misfortune and ignomi…
Physiognomies
The face or countenance, "the bearded physiognomies of these…
Impropriety
Failure to observe standards or show due honesty or modesty,…
Scarlet Letter vocab 1
petrify
transgressor
purport
visage
to make hard
sinner
meaning
face
petrify
to make hard
transgressor
sinner
The Scarlet Letter #1 Vocabulary
edifice
gesticulation
ensue
feign
(n.) a building
(n.) a motion; gesture
(v.) to follow in order, come immediately after and as a result
(v.) to pretend
edifice
(n.) a building
gesticulation
(n.) a motion; gesture
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.
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Scarlet Letter 1
Abstruse
Ascetic
Burnish
Consecrate
Diffucult to understand; adj.
Characterized by the practice of severe self-discipline; adj.
Polish by rubbing;v.
Make or declare sacred; v.
Abstruse
Diffucult to understand; adj.
Ascetic
Characterized by the practice of severe self-discipline; adj.
Scarlet Letter quotes 1
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
"I am stranger, and have been a wander…
"Knowing your natural temper better th…
"Speak to the woman, my brother. Exhor…
Roger Chillingworth
Roger Chillingworth
Rev. John Wilson
Rev. John Wilson
"I pray you, good Sir. Who is this wom…
Roger Chillingworth
"I am stranger, and have been a wander…
Roger Chillingworth
The Scarlet Letter - Vocabulary #1
edifice (n)
disdainful (adj)
mutability (n)
garb (n)
A building; a structure; chiefly applied to elegant houses, a…
Scornful; contemptuous; haughty
The quality of being subject to change or alteration
Clothing in general
edifice (n)
A building; a structure; chiefly applied to elegant houses, a…
disdainful (adj)
Scornful; contemptuous; haughty
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The Scarlet Letter chapter 1
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Where in the colony does the opening t…
For what 2 practical necessities did t…
Who is Anne Hutchinson? What adjective…
Boston Massachusetts
In front of the prison door
cemetery and a side of a prison
a religious dissenter who was banished from a colony. Sainted
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Boston Massachusetts
Where in the colony does the opening t…
In front of the prison door
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The scarlet letter vocab 1
Decorous
prolix
languid
truculence
characterized by propriety and dignity and good taste
tediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at length
lacking spirit or liveliness
obstreperous and defiant aggressiveness
Decorous
characterized by propriety and dignity and good taste
prolix
tediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at length
The Scarlet Letter List 1
nonentity
edifice
transgressor
eloquence
a person of no importance
a large building or house
a sinner, one who violates a law
the art of fine persuasive speech
nonentity
a person of no importance
edifice
a large building or house
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Scarlet letter 1
edifice
sepulcher
scourged
evanescent
large, usually impressive building
a tomb, grave, or burial place
causing affliction or calamity
vanishing, fading away; fleeting
edifice
large, usually impressive building
sepulcher
a tomb, grave, or burial place
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary #1
sepulchre
ponderous
congenial
auspicious
tomb
slow and clumsy because of great weight
agreeable
likely to succeed
sepulchre
tomb
ponderous
slow and clumsy because of great weight
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Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Sepulchres
Great number of persons crowded
Large impressive building
Political/social perfection
Burial vault built of rock or stone
Throng
Great number of persons crowded
Edifice
Large impressive building
Scarlet letter vocab 1
Inauspicious
Brazen
Demeanor
Abate
To conducive to success
Bold and without shame
Outward manner; behavior to others
Being put to an end; becoming less intense or wide spread (ne…
Inauspicious
To conducive to success
Brazen
Bold and without shame
The Scarlet Letter Voc 1
physiognomies
sumptuary
ignominious
rankles
assessment of a person's character from their outer appearance
relating to/denoting laws that limit private expenditures on…
deserving or causing public disgrace or shame
fester; cause annoyance or persisting resentment
physiognomies
assessment of a person's character from their outer appearance
sumptuary
relating to/denoting laws that limit private expenditures on…
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The Scarlet Letter List 1
inauspicious
languid
inclement
arduous
not promising something favorable
lethargic
unpleasant cold, wet, stormy
difficult
inauspicious
not promising something favorable
languid
lethargic
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Scarlet Letter 1-12
edifice
feign
retribution
contrive
a big building—generally shows massive strength
fake or pretend
just punishment
scheme, creatively devise
edifice
a big building—generally shows massive strength
feign
fake or pretend
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1-3
Sepulchre
utopia
edifice
physiognomy
(noun) a tomb, grave, or burial place
(noun) an ideal place or state; any visionary system of polit…
(noun) a building, especially one of large size or imposing a…
(noun) the outward appearance of anything, taken as offering…
Sepulchre
(noun) a tomb, grave, or burial place
utopia
(noun) an ideal place or state; any visionary system of polit…
The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
Venerable
Iniquity
Ignominious
Remonstrate
Impressive because of age
Wickedness
Shameful; humiliating
To object or protest
Venerable
Impressive because of age
Iniquity
Wickedness
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The Scarlet Letter 1
Anti-transcendentalism
Petrify
Fervor
Enmity
Direct reaction against transcendental movement
To benumb or paralyze with astonishment, horror, or other str…
Great warmth and earnestness of feeling
A feeling or condition of hostility; hatred; ill will; animos…
Anti-transcendentalism
Direct reaction against transcendental movement
Petrify
To benumb or paralyze with astonishment, horror, or other str…
Scarlet Letter #1
Physiognomies
Imbibes
Malefactress
Inauspicious
facial features, especially when regarded as revealing charac…
to drink; to drink in or absorb; to take in with the mind and…
a female evil-doer, culprit
unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
Physiognomies
facial features, especially when regarded as revealing charac…
Imbibes
to drink; to drink in or absorb; to take in with the mind and…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 1
inauspicious
petrify
augur
scourge
contrary to your interests or welfare
make rigid or set in a conventional pattern
indicate by signs
whip or beat
inauspicious
contrary to your interests or welfare
petrify
make rigid or set in a conventional pattern
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 1
antinomian
ignominy
efficacy
irreparably
someone who rejects socially established morals
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
effectiveness
unable to be repaired, irreversibly, irrecoverably
antinomian
someone who rejects socially established morals
ignominy
deep personal humiliation or disgrace
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