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8 terms
GRE Vocab - Generous/kind
Altruistic
Beneficent
Clement
Largess
showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; unse…
generous or doing good
merciful
generously giving money or gifts
Altruistic
showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; unse…
Beneficent
generous or doing good
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GRE Vocab - Generous/kind
Altruistic
Beneficent
Clement
Largess
showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; unse…
generous or doing good
mild, merciful
generosity in bestowing money or gifts upon other
Altruistic
showing a selfless concern for the well-being of others; unse…
Beneficent
generous or doing good
10 terms
Power words 8
Altruistic
Ameliorate
Facilitate
Infamous
Unselfish regard for others
Improve a condition
Make easier
bad reputation
Altruistic
Unselfish regard for others
Ameliorate
Improve a condition
5 terms
V10 english
Extol
Affinity
Magnanimous
Pragmatic
To praise highly
A natural liking for or attraction to a person
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Practical viewpoint
Extol
To praise highly
Affinity
A natural liking for or attraction to a person
5 terms
vocab #2
Stalwart
Magnanimous
Intrepid
Scudding
strongly and stoutly built
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
resolutely fearless; dauntless
to run or move quickly or hurriedly
Stalwart
strongly and stoutly built
Magnanimous
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
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English set 3
Magnanimous
Pervade
Adjacent
Doleful
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
...
...
...
Magnanimous
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Pervade
...
5 terms
SAT words week 10
Animus
Animosity
Magnanimous
Pusillanimous
Spirit
A feeling of strong dislike, ill will, hostility
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Lacking courage or resolution, cowardly, faint-hearted
Animus
Spirit
Animosity
A feeling of strong dislike, ill will, hostility
8 terms
Ch. 7 Vocab
Affront
Croon
Genial(ly)
Refuse
A personally offensive act or word
To sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
Warmly and pleasantly cheerful
Garbage
Affront
A personally offensive act or word
Croon
To sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice
10 terms
List 1
Adroit
Capricious
Circumspect
Didactic
cleverly skillful
Subject to
Cautious
Instructive
Adroit
cleverly skillful
Capricious
Subject to
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7.2 Vocab_10 Words to Know
repression
importunities
antiphony
morose
constraint
requests for help
response
gloomy/pouty
repression
constraint
importunities
requests for help
10 terms
Vocabulary 14
Alacrity
Antithesis
Appall
Bellicose
cheerful readiness
opposition; contrast:
to fill or overcome with horror,
eager to fight
Alacrity
cheerful readiness
Antithesis
opposition; contrast:
10 terms
LA Vocab - Week 6
homo
hyper
hypo
in (im*)
same, equal
excessive
under
in, into
homo
same, equal
hyper
excessive
8 terms
GENEROUS/KIND
Altruistic
Beneficent
Clement
Largess
Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
Performing acts of kindness or charity
Merciful; lenient
The generous giving of lavish gifts
Altruistic
Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
Beneficent
Performing acts of kindness or charity
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IELTS: people (character)
Magnanimous
Gullible
Self-deprecating
Obnoxious
generous in forgiving an insult or injury; noble
way too trusting so that is easy to be deceived or duped
tending to undervalue oneself or underestimate one's abilities
highly annoying due to being offensive, objectionable or show…
Magnanimous
generous in forgiving an insult or injury; noble
Gullible
way too trusting so that is easy to be deceived or duped
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unit 14 vocab
alacrity
antithesis
appal
bellicose
cheerfull readiness; promptness
opposition; contrast
to fill or overcome with horror or fear
inclined or egar to fight
alacrity
cheerfull readiness; promptness
antithesis
opposition; contrast
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Vocabulary #14
alacrity
antithesis
appall
bellicose
(n) cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness
(n) opposition; contrast
(v) to fill or overcome with horror
(adj) inclined or eager to fight
alacrity
(n) cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness
antithesis
(n) opposition; contrast
13 terms
SAT Vocab
Pragmatic
Ambivalent
Reticent
Benign
of or pertaining to a practical POV
Having mixed feelings about someone or something
reserved/showing no emotion
Showing kindness
Pragmatic
of or pertaining to a practical POV
Ambivalent
Having mixed feelings about someone or something
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Vocab Set #2
altruistic
egregious
extrovert
idiosyncrasy
unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others
extraordinary in some bad way
an outgoing, gregarious person.
a mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others
egregious
extraordinary in some bad way
10 terms
Gatsby Week 3
Incredulous
Ineffable
Innuendo
Languid
skeptical
inexpressible in words
an indirect intimation, hint
lacking in spirit or interest
Incredulous
skeptical
Ineffable
inexpressible in words
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Bonus Words for Vocabulary Workshop Blue Lesson #3
paragon
imperious
imperious
fatuous
a model or pattern of excellence or of particular existence
not permitting penetration
incapable of being injured or impaired
silly and pointless
paragon
a model or pattern of excellence or of particular existence
imperious
not permitting penetration
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SAT #10
avarice
avariciously
confound
magnanimous
extreme greed for material wealth
in a greedy manner
confuse; puzzle
noble and generous in spirit
avarice
extreme greed for material wealth
avariciously
in a greedy manner
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A Spirit of Avarice
Avarice
Disdain
"Got the chuck"
Discordant
Insatiable greed for riches
To look upon or treat with contempt; despise
Fired
Disagreeing, harsh
Avarice
Insatiable greed for riches
Disdain
To look upon or treat with contempt; despise
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English 10
indignant
vexed
resplendent
accost
offensive, insulting
irritated
splendid
to confront boldly
indignant
offensive, insulting
vexed
irritated
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Vocabulary quiz 12/2
Unfathomable
Chide
Sulky
Magnanimously
...
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach
morose, bad-tempered, and resentful; refusing to be cooperati…
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Unfathomable
...
Chide
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach
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Great Expectations Chapters 16-29
auspicious
diffidence
venerated
edifying
promising success
shyness, reserve
to regard with reverential respect; adore, worship
to encourage intellectual improvement
auspicious
promising success
diffidence
shyness, reserve
10 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2 Vocab
Auspicious
Diffidence
Venerated
Edifying
Promising success
Shyness, reserve
To regard with reverential respect; adore, worship
To encourage intellectual improvement
Auspicious
Promising success
Diffidence
Shyness, reserve
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CPC vocab list #4
laborious
audacious
magnanimous
acquiescence
requiring much work
extremely bold or daring; fearless
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
the act of giving in
laborious
requiring much work
audacious
extremely bold or daring; fearless
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Unit 3 lesson 3
Scoundrel
Vengeance
Magnanimous
Embark
A person without honor
Punishment inflicted in return for an injury or a offense
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
To set out on a venture
Scoundrel
A person without honor
Vengeance
Punishment inflicted in return for an injury or a offense
10 terms
GE section 2
diffidence
auspicious
venerated
edifying
shyness, reserve
promising success
to regard with reverential respect; adore, worship
to encourage intellectual improvement
diffidence
shyness, reserve
auspicious
promising success
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Great Expectations | Stage Two Vocabulary
auspicious
diffidence
venerated
edifying
promising success
shyness, reserve
to regard with reverential respect; adore, worship
to encourage intellecual improvement
auspicious
promising success
diffidence
shyness, reserve
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Stage 2 Vocab. Great Expectations
auspicious
diffidence
venerated
edifying
promising success
shyness, reserve
to regard with reverential respect; adore, worship
to encourage intellectual inprovemmt
auspicious
promising success
diffidence
shyness, reserve
10 terms
Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Exhort
Flamboyant
Foible
Innocuous
to urge, advise, or caution earnestly
strikingly bold or brilliant
a minor weakness
not harmful or injurious
Exhort
to urge, advise, or caution earnestly
Flamboyant
strikingly bold or brilliant
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Hicks vocabulary
Affable
Benignant
Genial
Judicious
Peasantly easy to approach and talk to
Kind, especially to inferiors
Warmly and pleasantly cheerful
Using or showing judgement as to action
Affable
Peasantly easy to approach and talk to
Benignant
Kind, especially to inferiors
16 terms
Gulliver's Travels Vocabulary
Articulate
impertinence
malice
inured
Express clearly
lack of respect; rudeness
Desire to harm others, hatred
accustomed to accepting something undesirable
Articulate
Express clearly
impertinence
lack of respect; rudeness
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10th Week 13 GGB-novel
dilatory Adj
caravansary N
harrowing Adj
affront N
tending to delay, procrastinate; slow, tardy
a large inn or a hotel
extremely disturbing or distressing
a personally offensive act or word; deliberate act of disresp…
dilatory Adj
tending to delay, procrastinate; slow, tardy
caravansary N
a large inn or a hotel
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Vocab. Study
copious
cornucopia
macrocosm
magnanimous
large quantity or number
overflow in supply
the world as a whole
generous to forgive an injury or insult
copious
large quantity or number
cornucopia
overflow in supply
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Vocabulary 2
Altruistic
Benevolent
Largess
Lavish
Showing an disinterested And selfless concern for others
Giving freely and easily to others; charitable; kind
Generous giving of money and gifts
Generous in giving to others or in spending money
Altruistic
Showing an disinterested And selfless concern for others
Benevolent
Giving freely and easily to others; charitable; kind
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anim annui/enni
animosity
magnanimous
animated
animus
bitter hostility or open enmity
courageously noble in mind and heart ; generous in forgiving…
having life
ill will; the feeling of animosity
animosity
bitter hostility or open enmity
magnanimous
courageously noble in mind and heart ; generous in forgiving…
12 terms
IB ENGLISH WOODS VOCAB 14
Precept
Prodigious
Minutiae
Wanton
a general rule intended to regulate behavior
remarkably great
the small, precise details of something
deliberate and unprovoked
Precept
a general rule intended to regulate behavior
Prodigious
remarkably great
10 terms
Unit 14 English Vocabulary
Alacrity
Antithesis
Appall
Bellicose
Brisk and cheerful readiness
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of something or…
Greatly dismay or horrify
Demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight
Alacrity
Brisk and cheerful readiness
Antithesis
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of something or…
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GRE Gorckit: Generous/Kind
Altruistic
Beneficent
Benefactor
Clement
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring benefits,…
(n.) one who does good to others
(adj) merciful; lenient
Altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
Beneficent
performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring benefits,…
10 terms
Great Expectations #2
Auspicious
Diffidence
Venerated
Edifying
Promising success
Shyness, reserve
To regard with reverential respect; adore worship
To encourage intellectual improvement
Auspicious
Promising success
Diffidence
Shyness, reserve
WL 8
altruistic
ameliorate
facilitate
infamous
unselfish regard for others
improve a condition; make better or more bearable; alleviate
make easier; help bring about
having an extremely bad reputation
altruistic
unselfish regard for others
ameliorate
improve a condition; make better or more bearable; alleviate
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Greco pd 1 Root Word
acrimony
acidulous
acrid
acute
sharpness, harshness, bitterness
slightly sour, sharp, caustic
sharp or biting to taste or smell
sharp or severe in effect
acrimony
sharpness, harshness, bitterness
acidulous
slightly sour, sharp, caustic
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spelling
abhor
coerce
medieval
sufficient
to hate
to make somebody do something by force or threat
in the style of the Middle Ages
enough; more than required
abhor
to hate
coerce
to make somebody do something by force or threat
10 terms
ftftlijkj
indubitably
hitherto
destitute
magnanimous
that cannot be doubted
up to this time
without means of subsistence
generous in forgiving an insult or injury
indubitably
that cannot be doubted
hitherto
up to this time
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Vocab 10
Brevity
Criterion
Delineate
Copious
Concise and exact use of words in writing or speech
A principle or standard by which something may be judged or d…
Describe or portray something precisely
Abundant in supply or quantity
Brevity
Concise and exact use of words in writing or speech
Criterion
A principle or standard by which something may be judged or d…
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Great Expectations vocabulary Set #2
detrimental
magnanimous
encroach
reticent
(adj.) harmful; damaging
(adj.) generous in forgiving an insult or injury
(v.) to advance beyond the proper limits, to trespass
(adj.) quiet; reserved; reluctant to express thoughts and fee…
detrimental
(adj.) harmful; damaging
magnanimous
(adj.) generous in forgiving an insult or injury
12.7
Gregarious
Obsequious
Germane
Precocious
Fond of the company others
Humble and meek
Closely related ideas not people
Unusually mature in mental development
Gregarious
Fond of the company others
Obsequious
Humble and meek
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Vocabulary Set #2
altruistic
egregious
extrovert
idiosyncrasy
unselfishly concerned or devoted to the welfare of others
extraordinary in some bad way
an outgoing, gregarious person
a characteristic, habit, mannerism, or the like, that is pecu…
altruistic
unselfishly concerned or devoted to the welfare of others
egregious
extraordinary in some bad way
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