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English Terms Set One
Synecdoche
Litotes
Colloquial
Paradox
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
Ironical understatement in which an affirmative is expressed…
Language used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not forma…
A seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposi…
Synecdoche
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the w…
Litotes
Ironical understatement in which an affirmative is expressed…
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Tangerine Vocab Part 2
integer
jeering
offense
unobstructed
a whole number; a number that is not a fraction... or... a thing c…
make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice
one side in football whose goal it is to score
not obstructed
integer
a whole number; a number that is not a fraction... or... a thing c…
jeering
make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice
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1 B Oxford Word Skills (Adv.)
sarcasm... "she didn't like the note of s…
sarcastic... (I broke your CD.' 'oh, that…
figurative... (compare: literal, metaphor…
literary... ( heart can be used in a lite…
A mocking, often ironic or satirical remark.
Marked by or given to using irony in order to mock or convey…
(of words) not used with their literal (= usual) meaning
the written form of a language
sarcasm... "she didn't like the note of s…
A mocking, often ironic or satirical remark.
sarcastic... (I broke your CD.' 'oh, that…
Marked by or given to using irony in order to mock or convey…
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ACTIVE 4 Unit 1 Vocabulary
attain
adversely
cosmopolitan
literally
to succeed in achieving something after trying for a long time
not good or favorable
a place that has people from many different parts of the world
to believe exactly what someone or something says rather than…
attain
to succeed in achieving something after trying for a long time
adversely
not good or favorable
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Int./Adv. Vocabulary week 1
bully
attitude
challenge
confront
a person who is repeatedly mean to others
the way you feel about something or the way you look at the w…
to try to get someone to do something difficult, to dare some…
to meet someone face-to-face about a problem or to face a dif…
bully
a person who is repeatedly mean to others
attitude
the way you feel about something or the way you look at the w…
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LC - Advanced Literary Terms + MDG and CASK examples
allusion
antithesis
connotation
denotation
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
the implied meaning of a word... example: "lady" - a refined woman
the dictionary definition of a word... example: "lady" - a female
allusion
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
antithesis
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
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Vocab Set #7
Admonition
Adulation
Analyze
Alacrity
a firm rebuke
exaggerated praise
break down into components, figure out, differentiate
liveliness, or eagerness
Admonition
a firm rebuke
Adulation
exaggerated praise
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Writing about Satire
folly
foible
vice
sardonic
lack of good sense, silliness
a minor weakness or flaw
immoral or wicked behavior
disdainfully or mockingly humorous
folly
lack of good sense, silliness
foible
a minor weakness or flaw
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Set 3 English 3 advanced
somber
satiric
urgen
mock-heroic
extremely serious; grave; depressing
taunting; cutting; biting
requiring immediate action or attention
an imitation or burlesque of something heroic
somber
extremely serious; grave; depressing
satiric
taunting; cutting; biting
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Literary Devices and Techniques
simile
metaphor
irony
foreshadow
A comparison using "like" or "as"
A comparison of two unlike things without using the word like…
A contrast between expectation and reality
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
simile
A comparison using "like" or "as"
metaphor
A comparison of two unlike things without using the word like…
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LC - Advanced Literary Terms
allusion
antithesis
connotation
denotation
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
the implied meaning of a word... example: "lady" - a refined woman
the dictionary definition of a word... example: "lady" - a female
allusion
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
antithesis
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
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jordamy's ELL words
peel
wincing
gauze
fussed
To remove the outer layer
flinching away from pain
made of cotton or synthetic fabric that is absorptive and per…
talked in an unhappy way , complained... complained about doing…
peel
To remove the outer layer
wincing
flinching away from pain
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1. I can talk about meaning and style
synonymous... synonym
sense
interchangeable
ambiguous... ambiguity
having the same, or nearly the same, meaning
the meaning of a word or phrase
if two things are __________ you can use one instead of the o…
not clear; able to be explained in different ways
synonymous... synonym
having the same, or nearly the same, meaning
sense
the meaning of a word or phrase
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Advanced English Terms Set Three
Deus Ex Machina
Anecdote
Cadence
Doppelgänger
The circumstance where an implausible concept or a divine cha…
A short and interesting story or an amusing event often propo…
The term used to signal the rising and falling of the voice w…
German word meaning "look-alike" or "double walker", original…
Deus Ex Machina
The circumstance where an implausible concept or a divine cha…
Anecdote
A short and interesting story or an amusing event often propo…
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Advanced Literary Terms
Allusion Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
Diction
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
the implied meaning of a word
the dictionary definition of a word
word choice, usually chosen purposefully to convey a certain…
Allusion Antithesis
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Connotation
the implied meaning of a word
Humor/Irony/Sarcastic Tone Words
Comical
Contemptuous
Cynical
Disdainful
(adj) funny,especially in a strange and unexpected way
(adj) Lacking respect; scornful
(adj) thinking the worst of others' motivations; bitterly pes…
(adj) full of bitter scorn and pride; aloof
Comical
(adj) funny,especially in a strange and unexpected way
Contemptuous
(adj) Lacking respect; scornful
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Advanced English 10 Literary Terms
1st Person POV
2nd Person POV
3rd POV/omniscient
3rd Person limited/camera
The story is told by someone involved in the story who uses "I'
Rarely used. Refers to stories where the narrator speaks dire…
When the person telling the story is not involved; they simpl…
The person telling the story is not involved in the action. T…
1st Person POV
The story is told by someone involved in the story who uses "I'
2nd Person POV
Rarely used. Refers to stories where the narrator speaks dire…
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LC - Advanced Literary Terms
allusion
antithesis
connotation
denotation
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
the implied meaning of a word... example: "lady" - a refined woman
the dictionary definition of a word... example: "lady" - a female
allusion
a reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
antithesis
placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
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New Lit Terms
Ironical
Innumerable
Sarcastic
Qualms
characterized by difference between what is expected and what…
too many to count
Marked by or given to using irony in order to mock or convey…
misgivings; doubts
Ironical
characterized by difference between what is expected and what…
Innumerable
too many to count
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Advanced Literary Terms set 2
allegory
alliteration
atmosphere
caricature
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
a verbal description, the purpose of which is to exaggerate o…
allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
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Adv reading terms
Allusion
Antagonist
Details
Diction
A reference to a mythological,literary,or historical person,p…
A person or force in conflict with the protagonist
Are the facts revealed by the author or speaker that support…
Word choice intended to convey a certain effect,helps establi…
Allusion
A reference to a mythological,literary,or historical person,p…
Antagonist
A person or force in conflict with the protagonist
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Literary Devices/ Figurative Language
ALLITERATION
ALLUSION
ANTAGONIST
AUDIENCE
THE REPETITION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS, SUCH AS "PETER PIPPER PIC…
AN INDIRECT REFERENCE TO A BODY OF WORK OR PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE…
A FORCE WORKING AGAINST THE PROTAGONIST OR MAIN CHARACTER. AN…
THE PARTICULAR GROUP OF READERS TO WHOM THE WRITER IS ADDRESS…
ALLITERATION
THE REPETITION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS, SUCH AS "PETER PIPPER PIC…
ALLUSION
AN INDIRECT REFERENCE TO A BODY OF WORK OR PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE…
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Irony 3
Condescending
Insolent
Quizzical
Taunting
Possessing an attitude of superiority
Boldly rude or disrespectful
questioning, teasing, mocking or expressing puzzlement
To provoke, ridicule, or tease somebody in a hurtful or mocki…
Condescending
Possessing an attitude of superiority
Insolent
Boldly rude or disrespectful
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catcher in the rye (chapter 1-12)
ironical
innumerable
sarcastic
qualms
Meaning the opposite of what is expressed
too many to count
the use of witty language used to insult or show displeasure
misgivings; reservations; causes for hesitancy
ironical
Meaning the opposite of what is expressed
innumerable
too many to count
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Literary devices
Paradox
Oxymoron
Simile
Metaphor
Statement that is self-contradictory : bittersweet
Two complimentary terms appear in conjunction : Great Depress…
Phrase using like or as to compare something else that's simi…
Word or phrase for one thing used to refer to another thing i…
Paradox
Statement that is self-contradictory : bittersweet
Oxymoron
Two complimentary terms appear in conjunction : Great Depress…
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Vocabulary hammy
Abjure
Abrogate
Belie
Churlish
To solemly or formally regret
To put an end to a former action
To give a false idea
Having or showing impolite manners or being insensitive
Abjure
To solemly or formally regret
Abrogate
To put an end to a former action
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Humor/Sarcasm (Satire) VOCABULARY
Comical
Cynical
Haughty
Insulting
Amusing
Believing that people are selfish and dishonest
Disdainfully proud
Disrespectful or scornfully abusive
Comical
Amusing
Cynical
Believing that people are selfish and dishonest
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unit 1 short stories: terms/plots
verbal irony
dramatic irony
situational irony
foreshadowing
meaning something that contrasts with the actual or literal m…
when something happens to a character that the audience knows…
appears between something that is expected to happen and what…
be a warning or indication of (a future event)
verbal irony
meaning something that contrasts with the actual or literal m…
dramatic irony
when something happens to a character that the audience knows…
Advanced Literary Terms
Allusion Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
Diction
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
The implied meaning of a word Ex: "lady"-a refined woman
The dictionary definition of a word. Ex: "lady"- a female
Word choice, usually chosen purposefully to convey a certain…
Allusion Antithesis
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Connotation
The implied meaning of a word Ex: "lady"-a refined woman
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Advanced Literary Terms
Allusion Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
Diction
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
The implied meaning of a word Ex: "lady"-a refined woman
The dictionary definition of a word. Ex: "lady"- a female
Word choice, usually chosen purposefully to convey a certain…
Allusion Antithesis
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Connotation
The implied meaning of a word Ex: "lady"-a refined woman
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Rhetorical and Literary Devices #4
Non Sequitur
Ode
Oxymoron
Paradox
Statements, sayings and conclusions that do not follow the fu…
A form of poetry with a technique that is lyrical in nature,…
A figure of speech in which two opposite ideas are joined to…
A statement that appears to be self-contradictory or silly bu…
Non Sequitur
Statements, sayings and conclusions that do not follow the fu…
Ode
A form of poetry with a technique that is lyrical in nature,…
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Tone
ridicule
deride
scorn
mock
contemptuous and dismissive language
mock, make fun of
contemptuous, the feeling that something is despicable
to look down upon and not take seriously
ridicule
contemptuous and dismissive language
deride
mock, make fun of
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AP Lang Vocabulary
satire
sarcasm
sardonic
parody
the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing…
harsh or bitter derision or irony; "that totally sounds like…
characterized by bitter or scornful derision; mocking; cynica…
a humorous or satirical imitation of a serious piece of liter…
satire
the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing…
sarcasm
harsh or bitter derision or irony; "that totally sounds like…
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TCITR
qualms
chiffonier
ironical
monotonous
an uneasy feeling of doubt worry or fear
A tall chest of draws with mirrors on top
something characterized with irony
dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest
qualms
an uneasy feeling of doubt worry or fear
chiffonier
A tall chest of draws with mirrors on top
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pride and preg
who was the author
when was she born
daughter of a
what was her education
jane auston
1775
clergymen
she was home schooled
who was the author
jane auston
when was she born
1775
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AP Language - Final Exam Vocabulary
satire
Horatian satire
Juvenalian satire
irony
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose…
satire in which the voice is indulgent, tolerant, amused, and…
satire in which the speaker attacks vice and error with conte…
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
satire
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose…
Horatian satire
satire in which the voice is indulgent, tolerant, amused, and…
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Advanced literary terms
Allusion
Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
The implied meaning of a word (lady- a refined woman)
The dictionary definition of a word (lady- a female)
Allusion
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Antithesis
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
advanced vocabulary #2 roots/suff.
cent... centipede... center... Is that a centip…
geo... geology... geograpghy... I study geology.
hydro... hydroplane... The car hydroplane…
manu... manufacture... manual... The treehouse…
hundred... a bug with a hundred legs... the middle point of a circ…
earth... the study of the earth... the study of the physical featur…
water ... motorboat designed to skim over the surface of water
hand... making of articles using large scale using machinery... b…
cent... centipede... center... Is that a centip…
hundred... a bug with a hundred legs... the middle point of a circ…
geo... geology... geograpghy... I study geology.
earth... the study of the earth... the study of the physical featur…
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嘲笑,讽刺
deride
mock
ridicule
scorn
v. laugh at contemptuously
n. v. treat with contempt or ridicule
n. v. make fun of
n. v. open dislike and disrespect or derision often mixed wit…
deride
v. laugh at contemptuously
mock
n. v. treat with contempt or ridicule
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The Crucible Act 2 Close Reading Vocabulary
Reprimand
Base
Covet
Sublet
(v.) to scold; find fault with; (n.) a rebuke
Bitter
To desire something belonging to another
to rent to someone else a property that you rent from its owner
Reprimand
(v.) to scold; find fault with; (n.) a rebuke
Base
Bitter
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Advanced Stylistic Devices (College Level)
Accumulation
Adjunction
Adnomination
Alliteration
A figure of speech in which the arguments previously stated a…
A figure of speech in which a word, phrase or clause is place…
The repetition of words with a change in letter or sound.
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words.
Accumulation
A figure of speech in which the arguments previously stated a…
Adjunction
A figure of speech in which a word, phrase or clause is place…
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Humor, Irony, Sarcasm Tone Words
amused
bantering
caustic
comical
pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted
an exchange of light, playful, teasing remarks
biting; sarcastic
arousing or provoking laughter
amused
pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted
bantering
an exchange of light, playful, teasing remarks
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Advanced Literary Terms- English
Allusion
Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
The implied meaning of a word. Ex: "lady" - a refined woman
The dictionary definition of a word. Ex: "lady"- female
Allusion
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Antithesis
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
50 terms
Magoosh - Advanced Words VII
Dissipate
Extrapolate
Eponym
Estimable
verb: squander or spend money frivolously... verb: to disperse o…
verb: draw from specific cases for more general cases
noun: the name derived from a person (real or imaginary); the…
adjective: deserving of esteem and respect
Dissipate
verb: squander or spend money frivolously... verb: to disperse o…
Extrapolate
verb: draw from specific cases for more general cases
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Summer VSW Advanced Literary Terms
Allusion
Antithesis
Connotation
Denotation
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
The implied meaning of a word.... ex:) "lady" - a refined woman
The dictionary definition of a word.... ex:) "lady" - a female.
Allusion
A reference to mythology, history, or religion in a literary…
Antithesis
Placement or juxtaposition of structurally parallel words or…
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jest
banter
caricature
droll
facetious
playdul teasing
drawing or description that exaggerates an image
odd and laughter provoking
joking or said without seriousness
banter
playdul teasing
caricature
drawing or description that exaggerates an image
50 terms
Mr. Jacklin's English Terms 6-10
Bibliography
Complication
Humor
Ironic
A list of source material used in the preparation of a work o…
A situation or detail that complicates the main thread of the…
Amusing description, exaggerations or sarcastic remarks used…
Expressing, containing or constituting irony
Bibliography
A list of source material used in the preparation of a work o…
Complication
A situation or detail that complicates the main thread of the…
18 terms
Ila
Sarcastic
Laughable
Witty
Ironic
A cutting or often ironic remark
A kind to provoke laughter or derision
Marked by fully of power
Containing irony
Sarcastic
A cutting or often ironic remark
Laughable
A kind to provoke laughter or derision
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THE GIVER- chapters 1-2
Ironic
Palpable
Wheedle
Disposition
irony or being sarcastic
to be touched or felt
employ endearments or flattery to persuade someone to do some…
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
Ironic
irony or being sarcastic
Palpable
to be touched or felt
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English Vocab
ironical
innumerable
sarcastic
qualms
Meaning the opposite of what is expressed & the expression of…
too many to be counted
sneering, caustic & marked by irony to mock or convey contempt
uneasy feeling of doubt, worry, or fear
ironical
Meaning the opposite of what is expressed & the expression of…
innumerable
too many to be counted
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