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English 3- The scarlet letter
abase
avail
congenial
enumerate
humble, humiliate
benefit, useful
agreeable, suitable
detail, list
abase
humble, humiliate
avail
benefit, useful
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Scarlet Letter Ch. 3
abate
intervolutions
sojourn
iniquity
put an end to
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
a temporary stay
wickedness
abate
put an end to
intervolutions
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
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English Scarlet Letter Vocab #3
Quaff
Sable
Repugnance
Vivify
To drink ... V.
Mink... N. or Adj.
An aversion to ... N.
to enliven... V.
Quaff
To drink ... V.
Sable
Mink... N. or Adj.
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English 3: The Scarlet Letter Study Guide
Where is the story set? When?
What does the "A" represent? What does…
The meteor with an "A" on it was thoug…
Hester's work (sewing and garment maki…
Boston (Salem), June 1642
Hester's sin; eventually represents 'able'.... "On the breast o…
They thought it stood for 'angel' because their mayor died. I…
She was not allowed to make wedding dresses for the women to…
Where is the story set? When?
Boston (Salem), June 1642
What does the "A" represent? What does…
Hester's sin; eventually represents 'able'.... "On the breast o…
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AP English 3 [The Scarlet Letter]
T/F? Roger Chillingworth comes to Bost…
T/F? Arthur Dimmesdale pleads with Hes…
T/F? Chillingworth promises Hester tha…
T/F? Mistress Hibbins invites Hester t…
False
True
True
True
T/F? Roger Chillingworth comes to Bost…
False
T/F? Arthur Dimmesdale pleads with Hes…
True
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
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English 3 the scarlet letter vocab
Contagion
Despondent
Emaciated
Imperious
The ready transmission or spread, as of an additude, idea or…
Dispirited; feeling or showing profound hopelessness; discour…
Gradually wasted away; abnormally thin, marked by lack of nut…
Dictatorial; urgent; commanding
Contagion
The ready transmission or spread, as of an additude, idea or…
Despondent
Dispirited; feeling or showing profound hopelessness; discour…
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English 3- The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ascetic
augur
contumacious
evanescent
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
stubborn, disobedient, rebellious or insubordinate
short-lived, vanishing quickly
ascetic
practicing strict self-denial as a measure of personal and sp…
augur
to predict or foretell, especially from signs or omens
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English 3 Midterm: The Scarlet Letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Great great grandson of judge Hathorne…
Omniscent
Boston
Who was the author of the Scarlet Letter
What ties does the author have to the Salem Witch Trials
From what point of view is the story written
What is the setting of the Scarlet letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Who was the author of the Scarlet Letter
Great great grandson of judge Hathorne…
What ties does the author have to the Salem Witch Trials
155 terms
English 3 Midterm: The Scarlet Letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Great great grandson of judge Hathorne…
Omniscent
Boston
Who was the author of the Scarlet Letter
What ties does the author have to the Salem Witch Trials
From what point of view is the story written
What is the setting of the Scarlet letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Who was the author of the Scarlet Letter
Great great grandson of judge Hathorne…
What ties does the author have to the Salem Witch Trials
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English 3: Scarlet Letter
When Dimmesdale kisses Pearl in the fo…
Dimmesdale gives his most inspired ser…
Chillingworth tries to stop Dimmesdale…
Pearl becomes more a part of humanity…
Washes off the kiss
on election day
Dimmesdale is finally escaping Chillingworth's tormenting act…
Kisses Dimmesdale on the scaffold
When Dimmesdale kisses Pearl in the fo…
Washes off the kiss
Dimmesdale gives his most inspired ser…
on election day
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English 3 Scarlet Letter
What does Reverend Dimmesdale's congre…
Where did Mr. Dimmesdale go at night?
What did Pearl ask Mr. Dimmesdale?
What "sign" did the meteor make in the…
They think he's practically a saint.
to the scaffolding
If he would stand hand in hand with her and Hester on the sca…
An A
What does Reverend Dimmesdale's congre…
They think he's practically a saint.
Where did Mr. Dimmesdale go at night?
to the scaffolding
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The Scarlet Letter Set 3
amenable
demeanor
intimated
peremptory
cooperative
outward behavior
hinted at
undeniable, final
amenable
cooperative
demeanor
outward behavior
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AP English Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
impalpable
dank
expiation
defunct
incapable of being felt or touched
cold and damp
the act of making amends for guilt or wrongdoing
dead or inactive; no longer existing
impalpable
incapable of being felt or touched
dank
cold and damp
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English Scarlet letter quiz
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
Name of the jailer
What did Pearl's pain in the jail that…
Why was Chillingworth staying in the J…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Master Brackett
Hester's breast milk was transferring Hester's pain into the…
The indians and the magistrates still hadn't decided the pric…
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Name of the jailer
Master Brackett
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Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 3
Mirth
Scruple
Penitence
Necromancer
happiness and laughter: merry behavior
a sense of right and wrong that keeps a person from doing som…
deep sadness that a person feels for his or her sins or faults
a person who practices necromancy, a wizard or magician
Mirth
happiness and laughter: merry behavior
Scruple
a sense of right and wrong that keeps a person from doing som…
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English 11 The Scarlet Letter
grim
scaffold
scandal
repent
stern, harsh, cruel
an elevated platform
a disgraceful or discreditable action
to feel sorry, self-reproachful, or contrite for past conduct
grim
stern, harsh, cruel
scaffold
an elevated platform
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English 3 Honors: The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
abash
amenable
ascetic
assimilate
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
(adj.) Relating to or having a strict and simple way of livin…
(v.) Take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand…
abash
(v.) Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
amenable
(adj.) (of a person) Open and responsive to suggestion; easil…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary 3
Inextricable
Expiation
Admonish
Beseech
Incapable of being disentangled or untied.
The act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing.
Warn strongly; put on guard.
Ask for a request earnestly.
Inextricable
Incapable of being disentangled or untied.
Expiation
The act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing.
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
adverse
preternatural
amenable
regimen
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
liable to be brought to account; capable of submission, readi…
a systematic plan, regular course of action; government, rule
adverse
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
preternatural
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
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AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
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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…
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
adverse
preternatural
amenable
regimen
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
liable to be brought to account; capable of submission, readi…
a systematic plan, regular course of action; government, rule
adverse
acting against or in a contrary direction, hostile; opposed t…
preternatural
exceeding what is natural or regular, extraordinary; inexplic…
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English III - List 1.8 (The Scarlet Letter 3)
cadence
malevolent
recoil
choleric
rhythmic sequence or flow of sounds in language
having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill wi…
to fall back under pressure
bad tempered; irritable
cadence
rhythmic sequence or flow of sounds in language
malevolent
having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill wi…
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English III - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary (Unit 3)
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Allot
a great number of persons crowded together
a large, usually impressive building
a place or state of political or social perfection
to divide or distribute in shares
Throng
a great number of persons crowded together
Edifice
a large, usually impressive building
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The Scarlet Letter Vocab #3
scintillating
scrofula
dell
loquacity
sparkling
swelling of lymph glands
secluded hollow
talkativeness
scintillating
sparkling
scrofula
swelling of lymph glands
Honors Sophomore English- The Scarlet Letter Vocab #3
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(v. ) to contradict; give a false impressio
Aesthetic
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
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English 3 - Scarlet Letter Vocab
CONGENIAL
INAUSPICIOUS
VENERABLE
HEATHENISH
pleasant, friendly
unfortunate
respected, admired because of old age and wisdom
rebellious against religion
CONGENIAL
pleasant, friendly
INAUSPICIOUS
unfortunate
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English Scarlet Letter List 3
latent
antipathy
odious
abstruse
existing but not yet developed, hidden.... ex; The girl's unoff…
deep-seated feeling of dislike; hatred.... ex; The girl had ANT…
repulsive.... ex; The cafeteria meatball sandwich was ODIOUS.
difficult to understand.... ex; After the girl fell asleep in a…
latent
existing but not yet developed, hidden.... ex; The girl's unoff…
antipathy
deep-seated feeling of dislike; hatred.... ex; The girl had ANT…
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English: Scarlet Letter Vocab 3
Aesthetic
Affable
Assuage
Belie
(Adj) concerned without beauty or art
(Adj) friendly. Good natured. Easy to talk to
(Verb) lessen severity. Relieve. Palliate
(Verb) disguise. Contradict. Give false impression
Aesthetic
(Adj) concerned without beauty or art
Affable
(Adj) friendly. Good natured. Easy to talk to
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English Scarlet letter quiz
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
Name of the jailer
What did Pearl's pain in the jail that…
Why was Chillingworth staying in the J…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Master Brackett
Hester's breast milk was transferring Hester's pain into the…
The indians and the magistrates still hadn't decided the pric…
Why was the doctor called to Hester in…
The jailer was afraid that she was in emotional state that sh…
Name of the jailer
Master Brackett
15 terms
Scarlet Letter 3 and 4
Visage
Manifest
Heterogenous
Imperceptible
a person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of…
clear or obvious to the eye or mind
diverse in character or content
impossible to perceive
Visage
a person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of…
Manifest
clear or obvious to the eye or mind
Chapter 1-3 Vocab: The Scarlet Letter: English
Edifice
Ignominious
Visage
Thoroughfare
A building, often one that is large and imposing. ... Example: T…
Deserving of or causing disgrace or shame. ... Example: He hung…
The appearance or expression of a person's face or an object'…
A road or path that connects two places.... Example: The acciden…
Edifice
A building, often one that is large and imposing. ... Example: T…
Ignominious
Deserving of or causing disgrace or shame. ... Example: He hung…
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English Scarlet Letter Section 3
blighted
deleterious
denizen
derisively
destroyed
harmful to health
an inhabitant
in a way that shows ridicule
blighted
destroyed
deleterious
harmful to health
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English set 3 scarlet letter
Ignominy
Remonstrate
Sagacity
Inscrutable
Noun... disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
Verb... to object; to speak in protest
Noun ... keen perception, ability to make good judgments
Adjective ... not understandable, mysterious
Ignominy
Noun... disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
Remonstrate
Verb... to object; to speak in protest
60 terms
English test Scarlet Letter
Abate
Entreaties
Impropriety
Amid
Lesson; reduce in amount or degree
Pleas; petitions,request
Something improper, incorrect, not appropriate
Surrounded by, in the middle of
Abate
Lesson; reduce in amount or degree
Entreaties
Pleas; petitions,request
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Honors English: Scarlet Letter 3
aesthetic
affable
assuage
beLIE
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
friendly, jovial, amiable
to palliate, to mollify, to mitigate, to soothe and unpleasan…
to disguise, give a false impression of, contradict
aesthetic
the appearance of something, the beauty of something (what ma…
affable
friendly, jovial, amiable
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The Scarlet Letter; Vocab List #3
Mollify
Petulant
Propinquity
Pristine
(verb) To soothe or pacify
(Adj.) Irritable, impatient
(Noun) Nearness
(Adj.) Untouched, pure
Mollify
(verb) To soothe or pacify
Petulant
(Adj.) Irritable, impatient
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The Scarlet Letter Chapter 1-3
edifice
utopia
sepulchres
congenial
n. building
n. ideal society
n. burial plots; graves
adj. suitable or appropriate; enjoyable; friendly
edifice
n. building
utopia
n. ideal society
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The Scarlet Letter (Set 3)
contiguity
misanthropy
trammel
denizen
(n.) the state of bordering or being in direct contact with s…
(n.) hatred of or distrust of mankind
(v.) to entrap or confine; to impede or hamper
(n.) an inhabitant, resident; one who frequents a place
contiguity
(n.) the state of bordering or being in direct contact with s…
misanthropy
(n.) hatred of or distrust of mankind
10 terms
Scarlet Letter 3
Abase
Benign
Blight
Calamity
Behave in a way that belittles or degrades (someone); v.
Genial and kindly; adj.
A thing that spoils or damages something; n.
An event causing great and often sudden damage or distress; n.
Abase
Behave in a way that belittles or degrades (someone); v.
Benign
Genial and kindly; adj.
15 terms
English 3 Vocab week 1 {the scarlet letter}
Tribunal
Indubitable
Heterodox
Scourge
Court of justice
unquestionable
Not in agreement
Afflicting severe punishment
Tribunal
Court of justice
Indubitable
unquestionable
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Scarlet Letter Set 3
parochial
pious
refutation
abasement
of or pertaining to a parish or parishes (churches)
devout; religiously reverent and dutiful
an attack on an opposing view to weaken, invalidate, or make…
lowering in position, rank, or office
parochial
of or pertaining to a parish or parishes (churches)
pious
devout; religiously reverent and dutiful
15 terms
English 3 week 2 {the Scarlet Letter}
Confinement
Threshold
Summon
Grievous
Inprisonment
Place of entering
To send for
Causing suffering or sorrow
Confinement
Inprisonment
Threshold
Place of entering
70 terms
AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
sepulchre
utopia
edifice
physiognomy
a burial vault, a receptacle built for sacred relics
an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political…
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
the art of judging human character from facial features
sepulchre
a burial vault, a receptacle built for sacred relics
utopia
an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political…
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English Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
Ponderous Definition
Ponderous Sentence
Physiognomy Definition
Physiognomy Sentence
Adjective - Very heavy, unwieldy
The metal balls attached to the prisoner's ankles were design…
Noun - A person's facial features or expression
It was clear from Martha's anxious physiognomy that she was n…
Ponderous Definition
Adjective - Very heavy, unwieldy
Ponderous Sentence
The metal balls attached to the prisoner's ankles were design…
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English Vocab-week 3 {the Scarlet Letter}
Ludicrous
Jurisdiction
Modify
Deliberate
Rediculous
Authority may be exercised
Change
To consider carefully
Ludicrous
Rediculous
Jurisdiction
Authority may be exercised
113 terms
AP English 3 - The Scarlet Letter Vocabulary
ponderous
edifice
inauspicious
portal
massive, unwieldy
a building, esp. one of important size
ill-omened
doorway or entrance
ponderous
massive, unwieldy
edifice
a building, esp. one of important size
16 terms
English 3 scarlet letter vocab
Abhor
Depravity
Ameliorate
Defamation
To hate
Moral corruption
Make better
To damage a reputation
Abhor
To hate
Depravity
Moral corruption
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English 3: The Scarlet Letter vocab.: last part
PLEBEIAN
COMMISERATION
IMBUED
MUTABILITY
one of the common people
to feel or express sympathy; condole
inspired or fill with (often used in reference to feelings, o…
subject to change
PLEBEIAN
one of the common people
COMMISERATION
to feel or express sympathy; condole
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