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8 terms
NOBLE SACRIFICE
chivalrous
relinquish
abnegate
martyr
courteous and gallant
voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up
reject; renounce
someone who is killed because of their beliefs
chivalrous
courteous and gallant
relinquish
voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up
7 terms
Critics: Othello - F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Intellect and the Noble Hero' (1952)
purely noble... F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Int…
victim... F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Intellect…
Othello-Desdemona relation... F R Leavis,…
egotistic... F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Intell…
'Othello is purely noble, strong, generous, and trusting...'
'Othello is... merely a victim - the victim of Iago's devilis…
'The tragedy is inherent in the Othello-Desdemona relation, a…
'Othello, in his magnanimous way, is egotistic. He really is,…
purely noble... F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Int…
'Othello is purely noble, strong, generous, and trusting...'
victim... F R Leavis, 'Diabolic Intellect…
'Othello is... merely a victim - the victim of Iago's devilis…
5 terms
Brave New World- List 3
magnanimous
menial
mescal
pneumatic
courageously or generously noble in mind and heart
of or relating to low-level, humble work
hallucinogen
relating to air; worked by compressed air
magnanimous
courageously or generously noble in mind and heart
menial
of or relating to low-level, humble work
20 terms
English - SAT Words: Group 4: Parity - Magnanimous
Parity
Rectitude
Remiss
Repudiate
(n.) equality, as in amount, status or value (antonym: dispar…
(n.) moral uprightness; righteousness
(adj.) lax in attending to duty; negligent
(v.) to reject the validity or authority of
Parity
(n.) equality, as in amount, status or value (antonym: dispar…
Rectitude
(n.) moral uprightness; righteousness
8 terms
lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
Plentiful; in large amounts
The universe
Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
A wealthy, influential person, especially in business.
copious
Plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
The universe
35 terms
on course ch 4
impeccable
unprejudiced
inflamed
urgent
perfect
fair
irritated
important
impeccable
perfect
unprejudiced
fair
10 terms
Week 17 Vocabulary
Exhort
Flamboyant
Foible
Innocuous
To urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
Very showy; strikingly bold
A minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior
Harmless; inoffensive
Exhort
To urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
Flamboyant
Very showy; strikingly bold
15 terms
Vocab Book 2 Lesson 9-SImplified
emulate
sere
enhance
contrite
imitate, copy
dry and withered
increase value
sorry
emulate
imitate, copy
sere
dry and withered
10 terms
Vocabulary 2
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Assimilate
Delirious
to greet with loud approval or praise
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
to take in, or to be taken in by a larger group
extreme mental confusion or excitement
Acclaim
to greet with loud approval or praise
Acquiesce
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
8 terms
Wk 5 Common SAT words
volatile
seditious
nefarious
resolute
easily arouse or changeable; lively or explosive
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
wicked; immoral
bold, determined; firm
volatile
easily arouse or changeable; lively or explosive
seditious
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
12 terms
List 6
hackneyed
mundane
vacuous
prosaic
overused; trite
ordinary; typical
lacking substance
unimaginative; ordinary
hackneyed
overused; trite
mundane
ordinary; typical
10 terms
Micah vocabd2
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Assimilate
Delirious
To greet with loud approval or praise
To agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
To take in, or to be taken in by a larger group
Extreme mental confusion or excitement
Acclaim
To greet with loud approval or praise
Acquiesce
To agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
8 terms
Classical Roots, Book A Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
plentiful; in large amounts
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
a wealthy, influential person, especially in business
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
15 terms
Lesson #9 Power Plus Vocabulary
Emulate
Sere
Enhance
Contrite
to strive to be equal or to imitate
Dry or withered
To increase the value or beauty of something
Feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
Emulate
to strive to be equal or to imitate
Sere
Dry or withered
8 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
(adj) plentiful; in large amounts
(n) the universe.... (n) any great whole
(adj) noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
(n) wealthy, influential person, especially in business
copious
(adj) plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
(n) the universe.... (n) any great whole
8 terms
Roots 6, lesson 6
Copious
Macrocosm
Magnanimous
Magnate
Adj. Plenty
N. The universe... N. Any great whole
Adj. Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
N. A wealthy, influential person, especially in business
Copious
Adj. Plenty
Macrocosm
N. The universe... N. Any great whole
8 terms
7th Lesson 6 More or Less Oct. 25 - Nov. 1
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
Plentiful; in large amounts
1. The universe. 2. Any great whole.
Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty.
A wealthy, influential person, especially in business.
copious
Plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
1. The universe. 2. Any great whole.
13 terms
Lesson 6, Book A: More or Less
copia (Latin)
copious
makros (Greek)
macrocosm
"plenty"
Plentiful; in large amounts. (adj.)
"large"
1. The universe. (noun)... 2. Any great whole. (noun)
copia (Latin)
"plenty"
copious
Plentiful; in large amounts. (adj.)
30 terms
ROE lesson 3
Magn
magnify
magnification
magnificent
great or large
to make larger
the process or result of magnifying
splendid
Magn
great or large
magnify
to make larger
13 terms
Roots: Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
plentiful; in large amounts
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
a wealthy, influential person, especially in business (like B…
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
11 terms
practice
fervent (adj.)
11 belligerent (adj.)
12 sagacity (n.)
13 ubiquitous (adj.)
earnest; zealous; marked by great intensity of feeling
combative; quarrelsome; waging war
shrewdness; wisdom; discernment
being everywhere at the same time
fervent (adj.)
earnest; zealous; marked by great intensity of feeling
11 belligerent (adj.)
combative; quarrelsome; waging war
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Lesson Two Vocabulary
Acclaim
acquiesce
assimilate
delirious
to greet with loud approval or praise
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
to take in, or to be taken in by a larger group
extreme mental confusion or excitement
Acclaim
to greet with loud approval or praise
acquiesce
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
Holt Sixth Course - Lesson 14
Effusion
Propitious
Indulgent
Affront
N. a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in…
Adj. Favorable; favorably inclined
Adj. very lenient; not strict enough; making allowances
N. an open, intentional insult; . to insult openly; to offend
Effusion
N. a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in…
Propitious
Adj. Favorable; favorably inclined
13 terms
Rude Classical Roots: Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
plentiful; in large amounts
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
a wealthy, influential person, especially in business (like B…
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
13 terms
Lesson 6
Copious
Macrocosm
Magnanimous
Magnate
Plentiful; in large amounts.
1. The universe. ... 2. Any great whole.
Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty.
A wealthy, influential person, especially in business.
Copious
Plentiful; in large amounts.
Macrocosm
1. The universe. ... 2. Any great whole.
10 terms
RWS Vocabulary 2
acclaim
Acquiesce
Assimilate
Delirious
-Verb ... -To greet with loud approval or praise
Verb... To agree or consent quietly without protest, but without…
Verb... To take In or to be taken in by a larger group
Adjective... Extreme mental confusion or excitement.
acclaim
-Verb ... -To greet with loud approval or praise
Acquiesce
Verb... To agree or consent quietly without protest, but without…
13 terms
7th Grade Vocabulary Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
1.Plentiful; in large amounts.
1. The universe.... 2. Any great whole.
1. Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty.
1.Wealthy, influential person, especially in business.
copious
1.Plentiful; in large amounts.
macrocosm
1. The universe.... 2. Any great whole.
10 terms
William Wilberforce- L14 P55-58
affront
buffoon
capitulate
effusion
an open, intentional insult; . . . to insult openly; to offend
a person who amuses people with tricks, pranks, and jokes; a…
to surrender on certain terms; to give up; to yield; to stop…
a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in tal…
affront
an open, intentional insult; . . . to insult openly; to offend
buffoon
a person who amuses people with tricks, pranks, and jokes; a…
30 terms
22
Outlook
Contradictory
Conduct
Oversee
Attitude ... στάση, άποψη
Dissimilar... Αντιφατικός
Carry out... Πραγματοποιώ
Επιβλέπω
Outlook
Attitude ... στάση, άποψη
Contradictory
Dissimilar... Αντιφατικός
10 terms
Advancing Vocabulary Skills: Ch. 17
rancor
innocuous
repugnant
masochist
(n) intense hatred or ill will; long-lasting resentment
(adj) harmless; inoffensive
(adj) offensive; distasteful; repulsive
(n) a person who gains satisfaction from suffering physical o…
rancor
(n) intense hatred or ill will; long-lasting resentment
innocuous
(adj) harmless; inoffensive
12 terms
GRE # 34
Limn
Limpid
Algae
List
To draw, outline in detail
Transparent, Serene, Clear and simple in style, Untroubled, ش…
طحالب
To tilt or lean to one side, ينحرف
Limn
To draw, outline in detail
Limpid
Transparent, Serene, Clear and simple in style, Untroubled, ش…
10 terms
Vocabulary week 15
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
very showy; strikingly bold
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior
harmless; inoffensive
exhort
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold
26 terms
Unknown AP words 2015, Part 2
query
effusive
invariably
presumably
a question... TO QUESTION
emotionally excessive; overly demonstrative, gushy
without exception, always
by reasonable assumption,... probably
query
a question... TO QUESTION
effusive
emotionally excessive; overly demonstrative, gushy
12 terms
Abeka Vocab V, Unit 8
alacrity
cupidity
dexterity
duplicity
a cheerful and hearty willingness
ardent desire for wealth or material possessions; covetousness
skill in using the hands or body; mental quickness
double-dealing, deceitfulness
alacrity
a cheerful and hearty willingness
cupidity
ardent desire for wealth or material possessions; covetousness
13 terms
Rude Classical Roots: Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
plentiful; in large amounts
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
a wealthy, influential person, especially in business (like B…
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
1. the universe... 2. any great whole
15 terms
Honors Vocabulary week 15
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
very showy; strikingly bold
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior
harmless; inoffensive
exhort
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold
14 terms
Wk 5 Common SAT words 12th grade Honors English
volatile
seditious
nefarious
resolute
easily arouse or changeable; lively or explosive
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
wicked; immoral
bold, determined; firm
volatile
easily arouse or changeable; lively or explosive
seditious
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
10 terms
Chapter 10 - Geography
burgeon
escapade
expedition
fluctuate
verb; to flourish; to grow; to sprout
noun; an adventure, especially one contrary to usual or prope…
noun; 1. a journey made for a specific purpose, such as explo…
verb; to vary irregularly; to change
burgeon
verb; to flourish; to grow; to sprout
escapade
noun; an adventure, especially one contrary to usual or prope…
20 terms
Pre-AP Vocab Unit 15
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior…
harmless; inoffensive... adj.... The mistake is innocuous and will…
exhort
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
10 terms
Holt Sixth Course - Lesson 14
Effusion
Propitious
Indulgent
Affront
a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in tal…
Favorable; favorably inclined
very lenient; not strict enough; making allowances
an open, intentional insult; . to insult openly; to offend
Effusion
a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in tal…
Propitious
Favorable; favorably inclined
10 terms
Holt Sixth Course - Lesson 14
Effusion
Propitious
Indulgent
Affront
N. a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in…
Adj. Favorable; favorably inclined
Adj. very lenient; not strict enough; making allowances
N. an open, intentional insult; . to insult openly; to offend
Effusion
N. a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in…
Propitious
Adj. Favorable; favorably inclined
13 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 6
plenty
large
great
great
copia
makros
magnus
megas
plenty
copia
large
makros
10 terms
Vocabulary week 15
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior…
harmless; inoffensive... adj.... The mistake is innocuous and will…
exhort
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
20 terms
SAT-ACT Vocab Weeks 5-6
ignoble
licentious
malevolent
malicious
adjective: Not noble in quality, character, or purpose; base…
adjective: Lacking moral discipline or ignoring legal restrai…
adjective: Having or exhibiting ill will; wishing harm to oth…
adjective: Having the nature of or resulting from malice; del…
ignoble
adjective: Not noble in quality, character, or purpose; base…
licentious
adjective: Lacking moral discipline or ignoring legal restrai…
29 terms
VA 7/2
Myrmidon
Rapine
Embryonic
Dawning
obedient and unquestioning follower
the act of despoiling a country in warfare
not yet developed; at an early stage
beginning
Myrmidon
obedient and unquestioning follower
Rapine
the act of despoiling a country in warfare
50 terms
Quarter 3 Review
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior…
harmless; inoffensive... adj.... The mistake is innocuous and will…
exhort
verb to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly…
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold... adjective ... The flamboyant costum…
15 terms
10 Vocabulary Sem. 6 Set 2
Languish (v)
Lax (adj)
Legible (adj)
Lethargy (n)
to become weak, listless, or depressed; to grow weak
not strict to the point of being careless; lacking discipline…
easy/ clear to read
a great lack of energy; inactivity due to laziness; sluggishn…
Languish (v)
to become weak, listless, or depressed; to grow weak
Lax (adj)
not strict to the point of being careless; lacking discipline…
94 terms
KV
acceding
bickering
proprietor
proprietorship
Agree to a demand or request
arguing
An owner of a store or other business
A business owned and run by just one person
acceding
Agree to a demand or request
bickering
arguing
37 terms
Combo with "Magn= large , big, great Scrib= write" and 1 other
magnitude
magnificent
magnification
magnanimous
The great size or importance of something
grand, impressive, amazing, or really great.
An increase in the apparent size of an object
Generous in spirit
magnitude
The great size or importance of something
magnificent
grand, impressive, amazing, or really great.
14 terms
Vengler D of I vocab
endowed
Despotism
Usurpations
Tyranny
give or bequeath an income or property to (a person or instit…
the exercise of absolute power, especially in a cruel and opp…
taking someone's power or property by force.
cruel and oppressive government or rule.
endowed
give or bequeath an income or property to (a person or instit…
Despotism
the exercise of absolute power, especially in a cruel and opp…
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