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senior english
adept
aptitude
disposition
effigy
skilled; expert at
skill or suitability for
attitude or mood
a figure constructed in mockery
adept
skilled; expert at
aptitude
skill or suitability for
Senior English
Aphorism
Perception
Perspective
Scenario
A true observation
To be able to see hear or use all senses
Someone's own point of view
An outline of a movie or book
Aphorism
A true observation
Perception
To be able to see hear or use all senses
20 terms
Senior English
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
reduce or lessen
give up a position
something unusual or different from the norm
to really hate
abate
reduce or lessen
abdicate
give up a position
10 terms
Senior English
Acquisitive
Banal
Carping
Congeal
Able to get and retain ideas or information.
Boring because it contains nothing new and lacks originality.
Tending to find fault in a petty or nasty way.
To change from liquid to solid, thicken.
Acquisitive
Able to get and retain ideas or information.
Banal
Boring because it contains nothing new and lacks originality.
14 terms
senior english
aphorism
perception
perspective
scenario
a short statement
one persons interoperation
a view
a postulated sequence or development
aphorism
a short statement
perception
one persons interoperation
20 terms
Senior English
aphorism
perception
perspective
scenario
A short statement expressing an opinion or general truth.
The process, act, or faculty of perceiving.
A way of looking at the world or a mental concept about thing…
An outline, a brief account, a script, or a synopsis of a pro…
aphorism
A short statement expressing an opinion or general truth.
perception
The process, act, or faculty of perceiving.
20 terms
senior english
ameliorate
conserve
detriment
exotic
become better; make better; improve; enhance
keep from waste, loss, injury, or waste
injury, damage, or something that causes it; disadvantage
1. introduced from another country; foreign... 2. strikingly unu…
ameliorate
become better; make better; improve; enhance
conserve
keep from waste, loss, injury, or waste
13 terms
Senior English
Disparage
credulous
benign
bastion
regard or represent as being a little worth
having or showing too great
kind
fortified place
Disparage
regard or represent as being a little worth
credulous
having or showing too great
25 terms
Senior english
Abhor
Bombast
Epithet
Moor
Find repugnant
Pretentious talk
Abusive words or phrase
Muslim people of North Africa
Abhor
Find repugnant
Bombast
Pretentious talk
20 terms
Senior English: Hound of the Baskervilles
amiable
audacity
benevolence
credulous
(adj.) having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qual…
(n.) boldness or daring, especially without regard for safety…
(n.) desire to do good to others; an act of kindness; a chari…
(adj.) willing to believe or trust too readily; gullible
amiable
(adj.) having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qual…
audacity
(n.) boldness or daring, especially without regard for safety…
10 terms
Senior English
Anguish
Morphology
Antechamber
Atavistic
POS: Noun... Definition: severe mental or physical pain or suffe…
POS: Noun... Definition: the study of the forms of things, in pa…
POS: Noun... Definition: a small room leading to a main one
POS: Adjective... Definition: relating to or characterized by re…
Anguish
POS: Noun... Definition: severe mental or physical pain or suffe…
Morphology
POS: Noun... Definition: the study of the forms of things, in pa…
50 terms
English senior vocabulary
congruity
ambient
egregious
elucidate
Harmonious agreement
surrounding
Blatant, Obvious
Clarify, explain
congruity
Harmonious agreement
ambient
surrounding
75 terms
Senior College English
Ambiguous
Concise
Anecdote
Churlish
having more than one meaning or interpretation
brief but comprehensive
a short amusing story about a real incident or person
rude in a mean-spirited and surly way
Ambiguous
having more than one meaning or interpretation
Concise
brief but comprehensive
10 terms
Senior Workshop: Challenging Scenarios
Scenario 1
Scenario 2
Scenario 3
Scenario 4
Your boss asked you to send a file containing confidential in…
Before you started your internship, you met with your supervi…
Everyday, you are allotted only 15 minutes for lunch. You fee…
At your internship, you feel overwhelmed with your work load.…
Scenario 1
Your boss asked you to send a file containing confidential in…
Scenario 2
Before you started your internship, you met with your supervi…
20 terms
Senior English poetry vocabulary
ballad
sonnet
pastoral tradition
enjambment
(n.) a poem or song narrating a story in short stanzas
(n.) a fourteen-line poem with two parts; the first part pres…
(n.) poetry that glorifies the simple country life, especiall…
(n.) the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond th…
ballad
(n.) a poem or song narrating a story in short stanzas
sonnet
(n.) a fourteen-line poem with two parts; the first part pres…
Senior English
Meager
Sheath
Dimension
Cannonading
Lacking in quality or amounts
Close fitting cover for something
An aspect or feature of a situation
Discharge of heavy guns, continuously (the sound of)
Meager
Lacking in quality or amounts
Sheath
Close fitting cover for something
19 terms
English Senior
Commencement
Fervent
Eccentricities
Satiate
The beginning or start
Having or displaying an emotional intensity; Passionate
Deviation from the normal
To supply with anything to excess
Commencement
The beginning or start
Fervent
Having or displaying an emotional intensity; Passionate
56 terms
Senior English
Vendetta
Perennial
Quadrennial
Aspersion
Blood feud
Happening or lasting forever, or a plant that lives more than…
Happening every four years
An attack on someones intergrity
Vendetta
Blood feud
Perennial
Happening or lasting forever, or a plant that lives more than…
50 terms
Senior English
Lugubrious
Metamorphosis
Nihilism
Nomenclature
overly sad or mournful
change of form, structure, by witchcraft or magic
doctrine or belief that conditions in the social organization…
name
Lugubrious
overly sad or mournful
Metamorphosis
change of form, structure, by witchcraft or magic
20 terms
Senior English
Hearing
Listenting
Active Listening
Passive Listening
The physical process of receiving sound
A physical and psychological process that involves acquiring,…
Participating fully in the communication process
Not actively participating in interactions
Hearing
The physical process of receiving sound
Listenting
A physical and psychological process that involves acquiring,…
12 terms
Senior English
Atobement
Palliative
Onerous
Ablutions
Amends
Something that releases or lessens without curing
Burdensome
Cleansing with water
Atobement
Amends
Palliative
Something that releases or lessens without curing
72 terms
Senior English
abase
abhor
abrasive
abrogate
humiliate
hate
rough
cancel
abase
humiliate
abhor
hate
20 terms
Senior English
Beneficent
Acquiesce
Contemplate
Coerce
doing good or causing good to be done, conferring benefits, k…
to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without prote…
to look at or view with continued attention; observe or study…
to compel by force, intimidation, or authority, especially wi…
Beneficent
doing good or causing good to be done, conferring benefits, k…
Acquiesce
to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without prote…
218 terms
Senior English
Alacrity
Assay
Celerity
Cogent
enthusiastic quickness
to test
speed or quickness
strong and to then point
Alacrity
enthusiastic quickness
Assay
to test
13 terms
senior english
communication w symboles and words
2 forms of language
3 elements all language has in commom
animals do not have a language for 2 r…
language
oral and written
phonetics vocab and structure
lack of brain power and lack of vocab
communication w symboles and words
language
2 forms of language
oral and written
20 terms
Senior English
Decry
Delineate
Deprave
Despoil
To criticize strongly; to denounce
To describe vividly and detail
To corrupt morality; to debase
To strip of belongings or worth
Decry
To criticize strongly; to denounce
Delineate
To describe vividly and detail
10 terms
Senior English
Adicate
Aberration
Abstain
Adversity
Fail to fulfill or undertake (a responsibility or duty).... Verb
A departure from what is normal,usual, or expected, typically…
Restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something.... Verb
Difficulties; misfortune.... Noun
Adicate
Fail to fulfill or undertake (a responsibility or duty).... Verb
Aberration
A departure from what is normal,usual, or expected, typically…
28 terms
Senior english
Purge
Solace
Reparation
Loathsome
Purify
Comfort relief
Compensation for a wrong
Disgusting
Purge
Purify
Solace
Comfort relief
Senior English
Audience
Conflict
Dialogue
Dynamic
the persons reached in a book
to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at…
conversation between two or more persons.
pertaining to or characterized by energy or effective action
Audience
the persons reached in a book
Conflict
to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at…
senior english
decorous
vehement
cacaphonous
incongruous
adj. well behaved dignified socially proper
adj. acting or moving with strong force violent impetuous pas…
adj. harsh sounding raucous discordant dissonant
adj. not in keeping unsuitable incompatible
decorous
adj. well behaved dignified socially proper
vehement
adj. acting or moving with strong force violent impetuous pas…
Senior English
Simulate
Prerogative
Transcend
Decadence
to make a pretense of, imitate; to show the outer signs of
a special right or privilege; a special quality showing excel…
to rise above or beyond, exceed
decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period of de…
Simulate
to make a pretense of, imitate; to show the outer signs of
Prerogative
a special right or privilege; a special quality showing excel…
19 terms
Senior English
Assimilate
Augment
Collision
Aggregation
to take in and incorporate as one's own; absorb: ... As I was si…
to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent;…
a clash; conflict: ... Some of my friends got in a collision las…
a group or mass of distinct or varied things, persons, etc.:…
Assimilate
to take in and incorporate as one's own; absorb: ... As I was si…
Augment
to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent;…
12 terms
Senior English
Zenith
Theology
Ignorant
Crucial
Noun... Highest point
Noun... Study of religion
Adjective... Unaware, lacking education or knowledge
Adjective ... Important
Zenith
Noun... Highest point
Theology
Noun... Study of religion
20 terms
Senior English
coalesce:
collaborate:
collusion:
compassion:
to come together as one, to unite
work together
plan to secretly achieve a fraudulent, illegal, or deceitful…
sympathy
coalesce:
to come together as one, to unite
collaborate:
work together
23 terms
Senior English
Bourgeois
Profundity
Subversive
Imbibe
Belonging to the middle class
A great depth
A radical supporter of revolution
To take in
Bourgeois
Belonging to the middle class
Profundity
A great depth
35 terms
Senior English
suppliant (n,adj)
augury (n)
defilement (n)
expel (v)
a petitioner, humble applicant
prediction, prophecy
pollution, contamination
to drive or thrust out, to eject by force
suppliant (n,adj)
a petitioner, humble applicant
augury (n)
prediction, prophecy
20 terms
Senior English
Abate
Abdicate
Aberration
Abhor
Reduce or lesson
Give up a posistion
Something unusual, different form the norm
To really hate
Abate
Reduce or lesson
Abdicate
Give up a posistion
13 terms
Unit 1, Senior English
prosper
mead
affliction
oppression
wealth, success
an alcoholic drink of fermented honey and water
anything causing great suffering
prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control
prosper
wealth, success
mead
an alcoholic drink of fermented honey and water
Senior English
apprehension
furtive
chastisement
susurration
the act of making gestures
secretive or sneaky
severe scolding
a whispering sound
apprehension
the act of making gestures
furtive
secretive or sneaky
23 terms
Senior English
Audacious
Audacity
Beguile
Demure
Courages, brash, heroic
Boldness, courages
To entice, charm, captivate, and Lure
(Of a women or her behavior) reserved, modest, and shy, modest
Audacious
Courages, brash, heroic
Audacity
Boldness, courages
60 terms
Senior English
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
to debase or make impure by adding inferior materials or elem…
unusually skillful; facile
to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent;…
deprived
Adulterate
to debase or make impure by adding inferior materials or elem…
Ambidextrous
unusually skillful; facile
31 terms
Senior English Terms
alliteration
consonance
assonance
allusion
the repetition of the initial consonant sounds in a group of…
repetition of consonant sounds
the repetiton of vowel sounds
indirect reference to another idea, person, event, artwork, e…
alliteration
the repetition of the initial consonant sounds in a group of…
consonance
repetition of consonant sounds
74 terms
English Senior
act
alliteration
allusion
analogy
a major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a book
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
a point-by-point comparison between two things that are alike…
act
a major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a book
alliteration
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
66 terms
Beowulf (Senior English)
It was the place where kings and noble…
Old English
A long narrative poem on a serious sub…
The repetition of consonant sounds at…
What did the mead-hall represent to the Anglo-Saxon warrior?
Language Beowulf is written in
What is an epic poem? Give an example:
What is alliteration? Give an example:
It was the place where kings and noble…
What did the mead-hall represent to the Anglo-Saxon warrior?
Old English
Language Beowulf is written in
34 terms
Senior English
Abbreviate
Compromise
Exemplary
Mundane
Shorten, abridge
To work together
Outstanding, worthy of imitation
Ordinary, common
Abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
Compromise
To work together
80 terms
Senior English
Aloof
Impeccable
Nuance
Guile
cool and distant; not friendly or forthcoming
to the highest standards of appearance, character or performa…
subtle difference from something else
sly or cunning intelligence
Aloof
cool and distant; not friendly or forthcoming
Impeccable
to the highest standards of appearance, character or performa…
Houseberg's Senior English
Ambiguous
Concise
Anecdote
Churlish
having more than one meaning or interpretation
brief but comprehensive
a short amusing story about a real incident or person
rude
Ambiguous
having more than one meaning or interpretation
Concise
brief but comprehensive
10 terms
SENIOR ENGLISH 1
copious
tenacious
surreptitious
voracious
plentiful
stubborn
secretly
insatiable appetite, eager to eat great amount of food
copious
plentiful
tenacious
stubborn
36 terms
Senior English Vocabulary
abase
abridge
allusion
confidant
to lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade
to make shorter in words, keeping the essential features, gle…
an indirect and incidental reference to something without def…
one to whom secrets are entrusted
abase
to lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade
abridge
to make shorter in words, keeping the essential features, gle…
10 terms
Senior English Set 1
allocation
ascetic
beguile
crass
(n.) allowance, portion, share
(n.) one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; a…
(v.) to deceive; to charm; to enchant
(adj.) coarse, unfeeling; stupid; tasteless
allocation
(n.) allowance, portion, share
ascetic
(n.) one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; a…
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