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27 terms
The Amendments in Succinct Fashion
1
2
3
4
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly & petition
Right to bear arms
Quartering of troops
Search and arrest warrants
1
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly & petition
2
Right to bear arms
17 terms
The Black Cat
succinct
phantasm
docile
intemperance
short and to the point
ghost, specter
(adj.) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient
alcoholism, drunkenness
succinct
short and to the point
phantasm
ghost, specter
20 terms
Academic Terms ~ ORANGE
prepare
presume
preview
previous
to prepare verbally, either for written or spoken delivery; 準備
take to be the case or to be true; accept without verificatio…
a screening for a select audience in advance of release for t…
just preceding something else in time or order; 前面的
prepare
to prepare verbally, either for written or spoken delivery; 準備
presume
take to be the case or to be true; accept without verificatio…
8 terms
lesson one
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
The quality or state of being brief in speech or writing
(adj.) brief and direct in expression speaking or writing
Brief in speech; using few words
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
The quality or state of being brief in speech or writing
concise
(adj.) brief and direct in expression speaking or writing
8 terms
odyssey one
appropriate
succinct
subtle
cliche'
correct, proper, suited for the situation
Brief, concise
Delicate, elusive, not obvious
A worn-out idea or overused expression
appropriate
correct, proper, suited for the situation
succinct
Brief, concise
21 terms
Caroline Vocab
bombastic
moony
surreptitious
surfeit
stuck up
flirty, silly
sneaky
too much of something
bombastic
stuck up
moony
flirty, silly
10 terms
1/17/2016--2
succinct
tincture
illiberal
scriptures
briefly and clearly expressed
A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol
restricting freedom of thought or behavior
The sacred writings of Christianity contained in the Bible
succinct
briefly and clearly expressed
tincture
A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol
10 terms
Vocab Set 5
Circuitious
Clique
Coalesce
Compendium
Indirect; Not following a direct path (Journey)... Usage: The CI…
An exclusive group bound together by some shared quality or i…
To unite; to come together as one.... Usage: The students in the…
Summary; Abridgment;... Usage: This book is a COMPENDIUM of info…
Circuitious
Indirect; Not following a direct path (Journey)... Usage: The CI…
Clique
An exclusive group bound together by some shared quality or i…
30 terms
Joel Vocabulary Week 12 - Reviewing Communication
subdued
peal
resonated
edict
passive; to be controlled
series of loud sounds
duplicate or echo
a law or order from authority
subdued
passive; to be controlled
peal
series of loud sounds
ML Upper Unit 1 (part 1)
deliberately
articulate
focused
reserved
on purpose
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
(adj) with very clear aims and your attention clearly directe…
slow to reveal emotion or opinion
deliberately
on purpose
articulate
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
ML Upper Unit 1 (part 1)
deliberately
articulate
focused
reserved
on purpose
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
(adj) with very clear aims and your attention clearly directe…
slow to reveal emotion or opinion
deliberately
on purpose
articulate
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
15 terms
Market Leader, Upper Intermediate, Unit 1, Communication, Adjectives
articulate
focused
reserved
coherent
1) using language in a clear and fluent way 2) to speak disti…
attention clearly directed towards what you want to do; conce…
slow to reveal emotion or opinion
comprehensible; logically consistent; understandable
articulate
1) using language in a clear and fluent way 2) to speak disti…
focused
attention clearly directed towards what you want to do; conce…
17 terms
ML Upper Unit 1 (part 1), Communication
deliberately
articulate
focused
reserved
on purpose
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
(adj) with very clear aims and your attention clearly directe…
slow to reveal emotion or opinion
deliberately
on purpose
articulate
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
27 terms
Week 11
excerpt
evidence
ashamed
blue-jeaned sitter
a small part or piece of a longer work
Supporting materials used to prove or disprove something; proof
feeling shame, guilt or embarrassment
a euphemism for our booty
excerpt
a small part or piece of a longer work
evidence
Supporting materials used to prove or disprove something; proof
31 terms
ACT Words
Abstain
Anecdote
Benevolent
Chronic
(v.) to refrain from doing / to choose not to do something
(n.) a short, amusing or interesting story about a real incid…
(adj.) friendly, helpful
(adj.) happening repeatedly or over a long period of time
Abstain
(v.) to refrain from doing / to choose not to do something
Anecdote
(n.) a short, amusing or interesting story about a real incid…
12 terms
New Directions Ch 4 part 1
reluctant
hierarchical
persist
puzzlement
Unwilling
arranging things one above the other by rank
to continue despite difficulty, persevere
bemusement, ... a feeling of being confused because something is…
reluctant
Unwilling
hierarchical
arranging things one above the other by rank
26 terms
Pierre's Words
skeptical
steganography
debris
elusive
Doubtful
the hiding of information inside other information.
bits and pieces of rubbish
(adj.) difficult to catch or to hold; hard to explain or unde…
skeptical
Doubtful
steganography
the hiding of information inside other information.
27 terms
blizzard vocab
Artifice
Satirical
Precursor
Velocity
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
criticizing through ridicule
Forerunner
Speed in a given direction
Artifice
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
Satirical
criticizing through ridicule
10 terms
TKAM Packet 2 #21-30
Peril
Opperssive
Austere
Frivolous
danger
overbearing; burden
strict; forbidding
not serious
Peril
danger
Opperssive
overbearing; burden
36 terms
words
Valiantly
Accustom
Girth
Spurn
An adverb that means with valor or to do something bravely.
To familarize psychologically
Noun: Measurement around the middle of something, especially…
Reject with disdain or contempt
Valiantly
An adverb that means with valor or to do something bravely.
Accustom
To familarize psychologically
10 terms
new words for reading, Xuan He
paradise
obfuscatory
camouflage
pompous
a very beautiful, pleasant place that seems to be perfect; a…
to make something more difficult to understand.... eg: A good wr…
A way of hiding something such as military equipment by paint…
having or throwing the attitude of people who speak and behav…
paradise
a very beautiful, pleasant place that seems to be perfect; a…
obfuscatory
to make something more difficult to understand.... eg: A good wr…
10 terms
Matthew 10.27
Unfettered
tribute
impeccable
symmetrical
free, unrestrained
Eulogy
Faultless
same on both sides
Unfettered
free, unrestrained
tribute
Eulogy
93 terms
English vocabulary major units 1-6
Bombastic
Brevity
Circumlocution
Colloquial
Pompous language
Conciseness in speech
Speaking in circles
Conversational
Bombastic
Pompous language
Brevity
Conciseness in speech
11 terms
Week 13 Simmons
application
bias
determent
deterrent
1. a form to get a job; ... 2. hard work; ... 3. the way a concept…
a prejudice one way or another
the action of preventing, discouraging, or hindering
something that discourages or hinders
application
1. a form to get a job; ... 2. hard work; ... 3. the way a concept…
bias
a prejudice one way or another
9 terms
Communication
articulate
coherent
digress
eloquent
expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressi…
making sense
to stray from the main subject
well-spoken; expressive; articulate
articulate
expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressi…
coherent
making sense
18 terms
Roots Unit 3, Lesson 13: cid, cis
chisel
precise
insecticide
incision
(v) to cut hard material by chipping away at the surface
(adj) strictly defined or accurately stated; exact
(n) a substance used to kill insects
(n) a cut, especially one made using a scalpel
chisel
(v) to cut hard material by chipping away at the surface
precise
(adj) strictly defined or accurately stated; exact
25 terms
TKAM Section 3 Vocabulary
contentious
denounce
garish
voile
always ready to argue
to strongly disapprove of or condemn something
showy, very bright or gaudy
a thin, cotton-like fabric
contentious
always ready to argue
denounce
to strongly disapprove of or condemn something
45 terms
ssat2
Errie
Diminutive
Garrulous
Relinquish
Strange
Small
Talkative
Surrender
Errie
Strange
Diminutive
Small
15 terms
English II lesson 7
Stagnant
Succinct
Surmise
tedious
adj not flowing ... The stagnant pond water began to develop a l…
adj : using few words to state or express an idea (neutral)... T…
to form an opinion about something without definitely knowing…
: boring and too slow or long... The task peeling and canning pe…
Stagnant
adj not flowing ... The stagnant pond water began to develop a l…
Succinct
adj : using few words to state or express an idea (neutral)... T…
10 terms
English 9, Vocab 14
Affliction
Stifle
Uncouth
Ominous
(N) illness, ailment
(V) suppress, hold back
(Adj) uncivilized, crude, vulgar
(Adj) threatening, sinister
Affliction
(N) illness, ailment
Stifle
(V) suppress, hold back
9 terms
Cat Got Your Tongue?
Brevity
Concise
Laconic
Pithy
(n) briefness
(adj.) brief and direct in expression
(adj) using few words, concise
(adj.) short but full of meaning and point
Brevity
(n) briefness
Concise
(adj.) brief and direct in expression
16 terms
L 08.03.16
Obedient
Eloquent
Articulate
Reserved
posłuszny
elokwentny
jasno wysławiający się
powściągliwy
Obedient
posłuszny
Eloquent
elokwentny
15 terms
VCB lesson 10
cacophony
callous
carp
gruff
harsh, jarring sound
unfeeling
constant complaining or nagging
stern; surly
cacophony
harsh, jarring sound
callous
unfeeling
15 terms
Week 19
adroit
altruistic
amenable
charisma
Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
(adj.) willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, subm…
charm
adroit
Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
14 terms
The Blind side chapter 1-2
Preposterous
Quarterback sack
Line of scrimmage
treatise
silly
tackling the QB behind the line of scrimmage
an imaginary line, parallel to the goal lines, on which the f…
essay; article; dissertation
Preposterous
silly
Quarterback sack
tackling the QB behind the line of scrimmage
20 terms
SSAT Set #8 for Riria
Superficial
Arrogant
Ornate
Vivid
On the surface
Stuck up
Very detailed patterns (like your coloring book)
Bright and clear
Superficial
On the surface
Arrogant
Stuck up
10 terms
Vocab #4
Ostracize
Plethora
Prerogative
Divulge
Leave out
Too much
Choice
Reveal
Ostracize
Leave out
Plethora
Too much
30 terms
Physics Phrases - Q3 - Fitz
lucid
absorb
perpetual
equivalent
clear
to take in
continuing forever
equal in value, function, or meaning
lucid
clear
absorb
to take in
17 terms
Market Leader, Upper Intermediate, Unit 1, Communication
deliberately
articulate
focused
reserved
intentionally... on purpose
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
(adj) with very clear aims and your attention clearly directe…
slow to reveal emotion or opinion
deliberately
intentionally... on purpose
articulate
Using language in a clear fluent way; able to use language ef…
10 terms
Vocabulary chapter 1
Acknowledge
Alternative
anecdote
appropriate
recognize; admit
An option or choice
A short story of events (often used as an emotional appeal)
Suitable... Proper
Acknowledge
recognize; admit
Alternative
An option or choice
15 terms
TKM Vocab Chapter 12-16
Antagonize
Contradict
Convict
Reluctantly
To stir anger
To assert the opposite of
To prove
Unwillingly
Antagonize
To stir anger
Contradict
To assert the opposite of
1. Communication
awareness
accuracy
extensive
articulate
knowledge or perception of a situation or fact
being correct or precise
large
having the ability to speak well
awareness
knowledge or perception of a situation or fact
accuracy
being correct or precise
30 terms
Unit 3- ALL
subdued
peal
resonate
edict
passive
series of loud sounds
repeat
law
subdued
passive
peal
series of loud sounds
9 terms
SAT vocab
eclectic
doctrinaire
intransigence
liberality
adj. selecting or choosing from various sources.
adj. dogmatic about others' acceptance of one's ideas; fanati…
adj. refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexi…
the quality or condition of being liberal in giving; generosi…
eclectic
adj. selecting or choosing from various sources.
doctrinaire
adj. dogmatic about others' acceptance of one's ideas; fanati…
40 terms
9th Honors Spring Vocabulary
antithesis
aver
cogent
debacle
Direct opposite
to assert or affirm with confidence
convincing and well-reasoned
a sudden chaos, fiasco,or complete failure
antithesis
Direct opposite
aver
to assert or affirm with confidence
30 terms
8th Grade WW U3 P4
reverberate
placate
reiterate
subdued
echo
satisfy by giving up something
repeat
passive
reverberate
echo
placate
satisfy by giving up something
50 terms
Vocabulary List-Sibenaller
adamant
antagonist
irate
wary
insistent, refusing to be persuaded or change one's mind
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
feeling great anger; furious
feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems
adamant
insistent, refusing to be persuaded or change one's mind
antagonist
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
14 terms
TKAM 15-16
affliction
facade
impassive
ominous
in this case, a condition
the front of a building; the part facing the street
showing no emotion
threatening; sinister
affliction
in this case, a condition
facade
the front of a building; the part facing the street
53 terms
Kelly SAT Flocabulary U7 "Myriad Operations"
Espy (v )
Uncanny (adj )
Hail (v )
Terrestrial (adj )
to catch sight of, glimpse
of supernatural character or origin
to come from
relating to the land
Espy (v )
to catch sight of, glimpse
Uncanny (adj )
of supernatural character or origin
18 terms
U1 LV1 Business English - Communication Vocabulary
articulate
focused
reserved
coherent
able to speak clearly and effectively
paying attention or listening carefully
shy
logically consistent, intelligible
articulate
able to speak clearly and effectively
focused
paying attention or listening carefully
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