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The Crucible, Act 1
inert
sect
innate
parochial
lacking the ability or strength to move
group of people with different beliefs from the larger group…
inborn
relating to a church/having a limited or narrow outlook or sc…
inert
lacking the ability or strength to move
sect
group of people with different beliefs from the larger group…
26 terms
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 1
Inert
Sect
Innate
Parochial
(adj) without motion; idle
(n) A faction, esp. with extreme beliefs about something
(adj) relating to one's very nature; in born
(adj.) limited in scope or outlook; provincial
Inert
(adj) without motion; idle
Sect
(n) A faction, esp. with extreme beliefs about something
13 terms
AP Gov Chapter 1
Power
Authority
legitimacy
democracy (Aristotelian)
the ability of one person to cause another person to act in a…
the right to use power
political authority conferred by law or by state or constitut…
the rule of many
Power
the ability of one person to cause another person to act in a…
Authority
the right to use power
11 terms
APGOPO Chpt. 1
authority
bureaucratic view
democracy
direct (participatory) democracy
the right to use power
view that the government is dominated by appointed officials
the rule of many
the government in which all or most citizens participate dire…
authority
the right to use power
bureaucratic view
view that the government is dominated by appointed officials
15 terms
Act 1
Chalice
Chastise
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet
Rebuke; punish by beating
Regretful
To become smaller and smaller
Chalice
A large cup or goblet
Chastise
Rebuke; punish by beating
8 terms
AP Govt - Unit I Part I - 4. Powers
authority
checks and balances
Impeachment
legitimacy
The right to use power.
1. Constitutional grant of powers that enables each of the th…
Formal accusation by the lower house of legislature against a…
What makes a law or constitution a source of rightful power.
authority
The right to use power.
checks and balances
1. Constitutional grant of powers that enables each of the th…
17 terms
A Raisin in The Sun Act 1 vocab
Abruptly (adjective)
Accommodate (verb)
Assimilationist (noun)
Contradiction (noun)
very sudden and not expected
to provide room for (someone) : to provide a place to stay an…
a person who advocates a policy of assimilating differing rac…
A combination of statements ideas, or features of a situation…
Abruptly (adjective)
very sudden and not expected
Accommodate (verb)
to provide room for (someone) : to provide a place to stay an…
12 terms
Types Of Government Around The World
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy
Dictatorship
Government In Which The People Rule.
In This Type, People Vote Directly For A Person Or Issue.
People Elect A Representative To Make Decisions For The Commu…
A Person Who Rules By Force And Is Not Necessarily Elected.
Democracy
Government In Which The People Rule.
Direct Democracy
In This Type, People Vote Directly For A Person Or Issue.
15 terms
Act 1 vocab
Chalice (n)
Chastice (v)
Compunctious (n)
Dwindle (v)
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine. (Gob…
Lecture/scold severely (chide)
A strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt. (Reluctance)
Diminish gradually in size, amount or strength (decrease)
Chalice (n)
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine. (Gob…
Chastice (v)
Lecture/scold severely (chide)
30 terms
Combo with "ACT power plus lesson 20" and 1 other
insouciant
static
stipulate
zeitgeist
not concerned; free from care
without force or movement; stationary
to specify a required part of an agreement
the general spirit of the time
insouciant
not concerned; free from care
static
without force or movement; stationary
12 terms
CLEP Chapter 1 Key Terms
power
political power
authority
legitimacy
The ability of one person to cause another person to act in a…
Power when used to determine who will hold government office…
The right to exercise political power
The widely shared perspective that something or someone shoul…
power
The ability of one person to cause another person to act in a…
political power
Power when used to determine who will hold government office…
25 terms
ACT 1 & 2 Crucible vocab
crucible
inert
ingratiate
paradox
1. heat resistant substance... 2. bottom of a furnace... 3. testing…
1. unable to act or move... 2. sluggish in action or motion
to gain favor with someone by deliberate efforts
a self contradictory statement
crucible
1. heat resistant substance... 2. bottom of a furnace... 3. testing…
inert
1. unable to act or move... 2. sluggish in action or motion
15 terms
Macbeth vocabulary act 1
Chalice
Chastise
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet, used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severely
A feeling of guilt or moral scruple that prevents or follows…
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, used for drinking wine
Chastise
Rebuke or reprimand severely
23 terms
Macbeth Act 1
Foul
Minion
Prophetic
Vantage
Grossly offensive to the senses
A servile follower or subordinate of a person in power
Of or relating to a prophet
A position, condition, or place affording some advantage or a…
Foul
Grossly offensive to the senses
Minion
A servile follower or subordinate of a person in power
15 terms
Macbeth Act 1 vocabulary
chalice
chastise
compunctious
dwindle
(n) a large cup of goblet, typically used for drinking wine
(v) to rebuke or reprimand severely
(n) a strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
(v) diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
chalice
(n) a large cup of goblet, typically used for drinking wine
chastise
(v) to rebuke or reprimand severely
15 terms
Macbeth act 1 vocabulary
Chalice
Chastice
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severly
Any uneasiness or hesitation about the rightness of an action
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Chastice
Rebuke or reprimand severly
15 terms
Macbeth act 1 vocabulary
Chalice
Chastice
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severly
Any uneasiness or hesitation about the rightness of an action
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Chastice
Rebuke or reprimand severly
15 terms
Macbeth Act 1 Vocab
chalice
chastice
compunctious
dwindle
a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine.
rebuke or reprimand severely
any uneasiness or hesitation about the rightness of an action
diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
chalice
a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine.
chastice
rebuke or reprimand severely
15 terms
Macbeth act 1 vocabulary
Chalice
Chastice
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severly
Any uneasiness or hesitation about the rightness of an action
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Chastice
Rebuke or reprimand severly
15 terms
Macbeth Act 1
Chalice
Chastise
Compunctions
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet typically used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severely
a feeling of guilt or moral scruple that follows the doing if…
diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet typically used for drinking wine
Chastise
Rebuke or reprimand severely
15 terms
Macbeth Act 1 Vocabulary
chalice
chastise
compunctious
dwindle
(n.) a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
(v.) to rebuke or reprimand severely; to punish, especially b…
(adj.) feeling or expressing regret for one's sins or misdeeds
(v.) to diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
chalice
(n.) a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
chastise
(v.) to rebuke or reprimand severely; to punish, especially b…
28 terms
Hamlet Vocab
ominously significant or indicative of…
incapable of being wounded, hurt, or d…
vicious, wanton, or mischievous in mot…
noting or having the relation of a chi…
portentous
invulnerable
malicious
filial
ominously significant or indicative of…
portentous
incapable of being wounded, hurt, or d…
invulnerable
15 terms
English II Macbeth act 1 vocabulary
Chalice
Chastice
Compunctious
Dwindle
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Rebuke or reprimand severly
Any uneasiness or hesitation about the rightness of an action
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Chastice
Rebuke or reprimand severly
23 terms
The Crucible Act 1 - Vocab
Inert
Predilection
Parochial
Ingratiate
lacking the ability or strength to move
a preference of special liking for something
of or relating to a church parish, relating a local area
bring oneself into favor with someone by flattering or trying…
Inert
lacking the ability or strength to move
Predilection
a preference of special liking for something
75 terms
act vocab 826-900
candor
projectile
motley
expedite
frankness or sincerity of expression
something thrown or fired
having elements of great variety... composed of many colors
speed up
candor
frankness or sincerity of expression
projectile
something thrown or fired
15 terms
Act 1 (Macbeth)
Chalice
Chastise
Compunctions
Dwindle
a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
rebuke or reprimand severely
a feeling of guilt or moral scruple that follows the doing of…
diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Chalice
a large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Chastise
rebuke or reprimand severely
26 terms
English- The Crucible Act 1 Vocab
arbitrate
canny
contiguous
corroborating
verb-to act as a judge in a dispute between others
adj-shrewd enough to not be easily deceived
adj-sharing a boundary or touching each other physically
adj-giving or representing evidence of the truth of something
arbitrate
verb-to act as a judge in a dispute between others
canny
adj-shrewd enough to not be easily deceived
29 terms
Act 1 Vocabulary
Persecute
Province
Inhabit
Creed
to subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, especial…
an administrative division within a country or state
to live in or occupy a place or environment
a formal statement of Christian beliefs
Persecute
to subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, especial…
Province
an administrative division within a country or state
69 terms
Combo with "Othello Act 1 Vocab" and 1 other
Evade
Mediator
Tactician
Lustful
escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or trickery.
a person who attempts to make people involved in a conflict c…
someone good at planning tactics: the specific means of accom…
having or showing strong feelings of sexual desire.
Evade
escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or trickery.
Mediator
a person who attempts to make people involved in a conflict c…
30 terms
English- The Crucible Act 1 Vocab
abomination
abrogation
abyss
anarchy
noun-an object of intense disapproval or dislike
noun-the act of ending an agreement or contract
noun-something that is immeasurably deep or infinite
noun-the absence of any formal system of government in a soci…
abomination
noun-an object of intense disapproval or dislike
abrogation
noun-the act of ending an agreement or contract
11 terms
Chap 1 gov vocab
power
authority
legitimacy
elite
the ability to cause another person to act in accordance with…
the right to use power; who has the right to use power
a rightful use of power conforming to recognized principles o…
an identifiable group of persons who possess a disproportiona…
power
the ability to cause another person to act in accordance with…
authority
the right to use power; who has the right to use power
AP Gov. Vocab Chapter 1
Authority
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Elite
Right to use power
Rule of the many
Citizens are involved directly with government affairs
Someone who holds a lot of money or power
Authority
Right to use power
Democracy
Rule of the many
10 terms
AP Gov
Chapter 1
Power
Political Power
Authority
...
The ability of one person to cause another person to act on a…
Power when used to determine who woll hold pvernment office a…
The right to excercise political power
Chapter 1
...
Power
The ability of one person to cause another person to act on a…
11 terms
A.P. Gov. Chapter 1 Vocab
Power
Authority
Legitimacy
Democracy
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
The right to use power
Political authority conferred by law or by a state or nationa…
The rule of the many
Power
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
Authority
The right to use power
20 terms
political
Monarchy
constitutional monarchy
Republic
totalitarianism
A government ruled by a king or queen
A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is li…
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Monarchy
A government ruled by a king or queen
constitutional monarchy
A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is li…
319 terms
CNA
According to Maslow, what is our basic…
What is a prosthesis?
ADL
As a CNA, do you give medication?
1. physiological... 2. physical
1. an artificial limb... 2. An appliance for the replacement of…
1. activities of daily living
1. no
According to Maslow, what is our basic…
1. physiological... 2. physical
What is a prosthesis?
1. an artificial limb... 2. An appliance for the replacement of…
57 terms
Romeo and Juliet (Act I & Act II)
Verona, Italy
Montagues, Capulets
star crossed
servants from the two houses
Where does the play take place?
Who are the two feuding families?
refers to the belief in astrology that each person is born un…
Who starts the fight scene at the beginning of the play?
Verona, Italy
Where does the play take place?
Montagues, Capulets
Who are the two feuding families?
7 terms
CH 1: The Study of American Government (power elite, marxist, bureaucratic, pluralist)
power
authority
elite
marxist view
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
The right to use power
identifiable group of people who possess a disproportionate s…
based on the ideas of German philosopher Karl Marx (1818-1883…
power
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
authority
The right to use power
31 terms
Political vocabulary, monolingual
monarchy
constitutional monarchy
republic
totalitarianism
A form of government ruled by a king or queen
A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is li…
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
monarchy
A form of government ruled by a king or queen
constitutional monarchy
A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is li…
11 terms
AP Gov. Ch. 1 Vocab
Power
authority
legitimacy
democracy
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
the right to use power
political authority conferred by law or by a state or nationa…
the rule of many
Power
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
authority
the right to use power
58 terms
AP Government and Politics: Unit 1
Authority
Bureaucratic View
Democracy
Direct (participatory) democracy
right to use power
View that the government is dominated by appointed officals
government by the people. Demos= people, the rule of many
a government in which all or most citizen participate directly
Authority
right to use power
Bureaucratic View
View that the government is dominated by appointed officals
13 terms
Chapter 1: Study of American Government
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Dictatorship
Representative Democracy/Republic
The rule of many.
A government in which all or most citizens participate direct…
Power of the government is held by one person.
A government in which leaders make decisions by winning a com…
Democracy
The rule of many.
Direct Democracy
A government in which all or most citizens participate direct…
11 terms
Chapter 1 Vocab
Power
Authority
Legitimacy
Democracy
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
The right to use power
Political authority conferred by law or by a state or nationa…
The rule of the many
Power
The ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
Authority
The right to use power
10 terms
AP Gov - Chapter 1 Vocab
authority
bureaucratic view
democracy
direct (participatory) democracy
The right to use power.
View that the government is dominated by appointed officials.
The rule of the many.
A government in which all or most citizens participate direct…
authority
The right to use power.
bureaucratic view
View that the government is dominated by appointed officials.
48 terms
US Government UNIT 1
Power
Authority
Democracy
Direct Democracy
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
the right to use power
authority lies with the people
the people get to vote directly for the leaders
Power
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
Authority
the right to use power
111 terms
CNA terms test
abuse
advance directives
aphasia
chain of command
willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intim…
a document that makes a person's wishes known regarding life…
brain injury that impairs the expression and understanding of…
a list of who reports or answers to whom
abuse
willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intim…
advance directives
a document that makes a person's wishes known regarding life…
11 terms
AP Gov Chapter 1- The Study of American Government
power
authority
legitimacy
democracy
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
the right to use power
political authority conferred by law or by a state or nationa…
the rule of the many
power
the ability of one person to get another person to act in acc…
authority
the right to use power
21 terms
Chapter 1 The Study of American Government
Power
Authority
Legitamacy
Democracy
ability of one person to get another person to act in accorda…
...
...
...
Power
ability of one person to get another person to act in accorda…
Authority
...
9 terms
Unit 1, Chapter 1
Representative Democracy
Power Elite
Power
Pluralist View
A government in which leaders make decisions by winning a com…
A political theory espoused by C. Wright Mills which holds th…
The ability of one person to cause another to act in accordan…
The belief that competition among all affected interests shap…
Representative Democracy
A government in which leaders make decisions by winning a com…
Power Elite
A political theory espoused by C. Wright Mills which holds th…
14 terms
Wilson vocabulary chapter 1
Authority
Bureaucratic View
Class View
Democracy
Power- the right of one person to get another person to act i…
...
...
The rule of the many
Authority
Power- the right of one person to get another person to act i…
Bureaucratic View
...
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