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25 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
hungrily or greedily
unhappily
a verbal protest
a curse
Ravenously
hungrily or greedily
Disconsolately
unhappily
44 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
Blacksmith
sister
food and a file
the tickler
What is Joe's occupation
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe
What does Pip's convict ask him to bring to the graveyard
The wax-tipped switch used for spanking pip is called
Blacksmith
What is Joe's occupation
sister
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe
25 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
20 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Consternation
Manifest
Sagaciously
Paroxysm
(n.) dismay, confusion: I was full of consternation when my b…
(adj.) clearly obvious: The way other governments and groups…
(adj.) Having or showing acute mental discernment and keen pr…
(n.) a sudden outburst; a spasm, convulsion: The man was pron…
Consternation
(n.) dismay, confusion: I was full of consternation when my b…
Manifest
(adj.) clearly obvious: The way other governments and groups…
"Great Expectations" Stage #1.
Synopsis
Gloat
Apprehension
Pious
A brief summary of the major points of a thesis, theory, stor…
(v.) to look at or think about with great intensity and satis…
Anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen…
Deeply religious.
Synopsis
A brief summary of the major points of a thesis, theory, stor…
Gloat
(v.) to look at or think about with great intensity and satis…
12 terms
Great Expectations stage 1
pip
Joe
Covict #1
Biddy
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
Pip meets in the graveyard and feeds him and gives him a file
orphaned like pip... becomes his tutor
pip
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Joe
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Penitent
Extremely hungry; famished; greedily
Without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
To say or plead in protest, objection, or disapproval.
Feeling or expressing sorrow for sin or wrongdoing and dispos…
Ravenously
Extremely hungry; famished; greedily
Disconsolately
Without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
49 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
What does Pip's convict ask him to bri…
The wax-tipped switch used for spankin…
A blacksmith
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
Food and a file
tickler
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
A blacksmith
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
19 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
We are introduced to Pip, and we learn…
We are introduced to Mrs. Joe, who has…
PIP is in the marshes, and he feels ve…
PIP does not forgive himself for what…
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
We are introduced to Pip, and we learn…
Chapter 1
We are introduced to Mrs. Joe, who has…
Chapter 2
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Stage 1 of Great Expectations Vocab
explicit
ravenous
elude
larceny
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
devouring or craving food in great quantities
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (d…
the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
explicit
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
ravenous
devouring or craving food in great quantities
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
extremely hungry
very unhappily
a protest
a curse
Ravenously
extremely hungry
Disconsolately
very unhappily
26 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenoulsy
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
extremely hungry; famished; voracious:
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolab…
a verbal protest
a curse; malediction
Ravenoulsy
extremely hungry; famished; voracious:
Disconsolately
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolab…
Stage 1 - Great Expectations
ravenously
disconsolately
remonstrance
imprecation
extremely hungry; voracious or greedy (adj)
unhappy, hopelessly, gloomy (adv)
a verbal protest (n)
a curse (n)
ravenously
extremely hungry; voracious or greedy (adj)
disconsolately
unhappy, hopelessly, gloomy (adv)
21 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
explicit
eluding
impregnable
trenchant
definite and reserved in expression - outspoken
to avoid or escape by speed or trickery
unconquerable, can survive in an attack
incisive or keen, as language or a person
explicit
definite and reserved in expression - outspoken
eluding
to avoid or escape by speed or trickery
Great Expectations Stage 1
Synopsis
Gloat
Apprehension
Pious
(n.) a brief statement giving a general view of some subject,…
To brag greatly
anxiety or fear about the future
devout or virtuous; holy
Synopsis
(n.) a brief statement giving a general view of some subject,…
Gloat
To brag greatly
20 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Rampage
Hulks
Consternation
Vicariously
A fit of rage or anger
Prison ships
Amazement-dismay
Experiencing something by an imagined participation in anothe…
Rampage
A fit of rage or anger
Hulks
Prison ships
STAGE 1- Great Expectations
savage
lair
connubial
disconsolate
(n) a member of a people regarded as primitive and uncivilized
(n) a secret or private place in which a person seeks conceal…
(adj) of or relating to marriage or the relationship of a mar…
(adj) without consolation or comfort; unhappy
savage
(n) a member of a people regarded as primitive and uncivilized
lair
(n) a secret or private place in which a person seeks conceal…
25 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1 Vocabulary
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriated
of or relating to marriage or the relationship of a married c…
vigorous or incisive in expression or style, keen
feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpec…
take (something) for one's own use, typically without the own…
connubial
of or relating to marriage or the relationship of a married c…
trenchant
vigorous or incisive in expression or style, keen
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
Extremely hungry
Without consolation or comfort; unhappily
A verbal protest
A curse
Ravenously
Extremely hungry
Disconsolately
Without consolation or comfort; unhappily
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
ravenously
disconsolately
remonstrance
imprecation
hungrily, greedily
acting without hesitation or solace
a protest
a curse
ravenously
hungrily, greedily
disconsolately
acting without hesitation or solace
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
ravenously
disconsolately
remonstrance
imprecation
greedy, starved, devouring
without consolation or comfort; unhappy.
a verbal protest
a spoken curse
ravenously
greedy, starved, devouring
disconsolately
without consolation or comfort; unhappy.
Great expectations stage 1
Explicit
Impregnable
Vicariously
Erudition
Precisly and clearly
Immune to attack
Indirectly by or through
Profound scholarly knowledge
Explicit
Precisly and clearly
Impregnable
Immune to attack
27 terms
stage 1 great expectations
ravenously
disconsolately
remonstrance
imprecation
with extreme hunger
without consolation or comfort; unhappy:
a forcefully reproachful protest
a spoken curse
ravenously
with extreme hunger
disconsolately
without consolation or comfort; unhappy:
27 terms
Great Expectations: Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
Extremely hungry, Greedily
Hopelessly unhappy, Gloomily
A verbal protest
Curse
Ravenously
Extremely hungry, Greedily
Disconsolately
Hopelessly unhappy, Gloomily
30 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Savage
Lair
Connubial
Disconsolate
(Adj) fierce, ferocious
(Noun) den; resting place
(Adj) joined; marital
(Adj) hopelessly unhappy
Savage
(Adj) fierce, ferocious
Lair
(Noun) den; resting place
19 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
consternation
manifest
sagacious
paroxysm
(noun)- sudden alarm, causing confusion
(adjective)- to become obvious or visibly apparent
(adjective)- having keen practical sense
(noun)- an outburst of violence or emotion
consternation
(noun)- sudden alarm, causing confusion
manifest
(adjective)- to become obvious or visibly apparent
15 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Aghast
Affinity
Aversion
Capricious
Filled with horror or shock
A natural inclination or liking for something
A strong dislike or disinclination for something
Fickle, Changeable, inconstant
Aghast
Filled with horror or shock
Affinity
A natural inclination or liking for something
Great Expectations Stage 1
explicit
derived
elude
impregnable
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
formed or developed from something else; not original
escape, either physically or mentally
immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with
explicit
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
derived
formed or developed from something else; not original
15 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Gibbet
Consternation
Appropriated
Declamation
A structure from which corpses of criminals were hanged
Great fear or shocked that makes one feel helpless or bewilde…
Took for one's own without permission
A dramatic speech
Gibbet
A structure from which corpses of criminals were hanged
Consternation
Great fear or shocked that makes one feel helpless or bewilde…
27 terms
Great Expectations - Stage 1
ravenously
disconsolately
remonstrance
imprecation
greedily
halfheartedly
protest
curse
ravenously
greedily
disconsolately
halfheartedly
Stage 1 Great Expectations
ravenously
consternation
epistle
conciliatory
very hungry
great fear or shock that confuses or bewilders
a letter written in formal language
tending to win over
ravenously
very hungry
consternation
great fear or shock that confuses or bewilders
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
20 terms
Great expectations stage 1
capricious
conciliatory
felicitous
imprecations
unpredictable, inconsistent
intended to restore harmony or goodwill, soothing
happy
curses
capricious
unpredictable, inconsistent
conciliatory
intended to restore harmony or goodwill, soothing
Great Expectations Stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
20 terms
Great Expectations- Stage 1
Consternation
Manifest
Sagaciously
Paroxysm
Feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpec…
Clear or obvious to the eye
(abverb) having or showing keen mental discernment and good j…
any sudden, violent outburst; a fit of violent action or emot…
Consternation
Feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpec…
Manifest
Clear or obvious to the eye
Great expectations stage 1
Aberration
Abhorrence
Apparition
Apprehension
The act of departing from the right, normal, or usual coarse
Someone or something extremely repugnant or loathesome
A supernatural appearance of a person or thing
Anticipation of adversity or misfortune
Aberration
The act of departing from the right, normal, or usual coarse
Abhorrence
Someone or something extremely repugnant or loathesome
Great Expectations Stage 1
What kind of childhood did Dickens have?
What kind of relationship do the two c…
How does Pip's convict show that he ap…
In what way is Pip reminded of the con…
Dickens had a hard childhood; his parents were put in jail du…
They dont seem to like each other at all, they are found figh…
When the soliders, Pip, and Joe go to look for them, the conv…
When at the pub, he notices a man (who isnt the convict) with…
What kind of childhood did Dickens have?
Dickens had a hard childhood; his parents were put in jail du…
What kind of relationship do the two c…
They dont seem to like each other at all, they are found figh…
Stage 1 of great expectations
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
hungrily
unhappy
A verbal protest
Curse
Ravenously
hungrily
Disconsolately
unhappy
27 terms
Stage 1 of Great Expectations
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
starved, devouring. Ravenous, ravening, voracious suggest a g…
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
A forcefully reproachable protest verbally
A spoken curse
Ravenously
starved, devouring. Ravenous, ravening, voracious suggest a g…
Disconsolately
without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
Great Expectations Stage 1
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
What does Pip's convict ask him to bri…
The wax-tipped switch used for spankin…
A blacksmith
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
Food and a file
tickler
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
A blacksmith
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
Vocab Stage 1 "Great Expectations"
Synopsis
Gloat
Apprehension
Pious
A brief summary
To look at or think about with great satisfaction
Fear
Deeply religious
Synopsis
A brief summary
Gloat
To look at or think about with great satisfaction
16 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1 Vocabulary
Parley
Discomfited
Obstinate
Uncommon
a conference with the opposing side to discuss terms
embarrassed
stubborn
exceptional; remarkable
Parley
a conference with the opposing side to discuss terms
Discomfited
embarrassed
15 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1 Vocabulary
Explicit
Derived
Elude
Impregnable
Precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
Formed or developed from something else; not original
Escape, either physically or mentally
Immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with
Explicit
Precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
Derived
Formed or developed from something else; not original
Great Expectations Stage 1 Vocab
Savage
Lair
Connubial
Disconsolate
Adj; fierce, untamed, wild
Noun; resting place of a wild animal, den
Adj; of marriage, conjugal, marital
Adj; inconsolable, dejected, hopelessly unhappy
Savage
Adj; fierce, untamed, wild
Lair
Noun; resting place of a wild animal, den
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
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