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Vocab #6 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
torment
peril
derision
quarrel
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
the use of ridicule to show contempt; mockery ("making fun of")
an angry difference of opinion; argument/to have an argument
torment
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
peril
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer #6
cipher
hyroglyphics
slather
bay
to compute
the picture script of the ancient Egyptian priesthood
a great quantity
to bark with prolonged tones
cipher
to compute
hyroglyphics
the picture script of the ancient Egyptian priesthood
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English-The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
When was it first published?
What was the setting of the story?
What is the genre of this book?
Mark Twain
1876
A small village in St. Petersburg,Missouri ... Which is located…
Adventure and historical fiction
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Mark Twain
When was it first published?
1876
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Vocab #6 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
torment
peril
derision
quarrel
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
the use of ridicule to show contempt; mockery ("making fun of")
an angry difference of opinion; argument/to have an argument
torment
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
peril
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Collection 6
commentary
minors
occupation
option
explanation or interpretation in the form of comments or obse…
people who have not reached legal adulthood
an activity that serves as one's source of income
something chosen or available as a choice
commentary
explanation or interpretation in the form of comments or obse…
minors
people who have not reached legal adulthood
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English II The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
glowering
Intrepid
Alacrity
Edifice
have an angry or sullen look on one's face; scowl.
fearless; adventurous
brisk and cheerful readiness.
1.a building, especially a large, imposing one
glowering
have an angry or sullen look on one's face; scowl.
Intrepid
fearless; adventurous
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English - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Vocabulary
Sagacity
Delectable
Sagacious
Skylark
n. - wisdom
adj. - delicious
adj. form of Sagacity meaning wise
v. - to play about; to frolic
Sagacity
n. - wisdom
Delectable
adj. - delicious
adventures of tom sawyer
tranquil
survey
contemplate
particular
calm
to inspect
to look at something attentively and thoughtfully
showing attention to detail
tranquil
calm
survey
to inspect
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The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
anatomy
apathy
apprehensively
audacious
study of the body
lack of interest
cautiously
extremely bold or daring
anatomy
study of the body
apathy
lack of interest
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English: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (@Focus)
Tom Sawyer
Aunt Polly
Sid
Huckleberry Finn
Main Character of book.
Tom's aunt
Tom's brother
Tom's friend who is homeless.
Tom Sawyer
Main Character of book.
Aunt Polly
Tom's aunt
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Vocab #6 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
torment
peril
derision
quarrel
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
the use of ridicule to show contempt; mockery ("making fun of")
an angry difference of opinion; argument/to have an argument
torment
severe pain or suffering or something that causes this/to mak…
peril
the state of being in danger of being harmed, killed or lost
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English Midterm : The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
guile
natty
adamantine
intrepid
decent
neat
immovable
courageous
guile
decent
natty
neat
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
adventure
afraid
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer Ch. 6-11 Vocabulary
odious (adj)
pariah (noun)
furtive (adj)
animosity (noun)
repulsive, hateful
social outcast, someone who is despised
secretive
strong dislike or active hostility
odious (adj)
repulsive, hateful
pariah (noun)
social outcast, someone who is despised
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab
blighted
dilapidated
tranquilly
eminence
damaged; destroyed; ruined
(adj.) falling apart or ruined, run-down
calmly
high station, rank, or repute; a high place or part; height.
blighted
damaged; destroyed; ruined
dilapidated
(adj.) falling apart or ruined, run-down
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8th/Collection 6 from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
tranquil
survey
contemplate
particular
adj., calm.
v., to inspect something
v., to look at something attentively and thoughtfully.
adj., fussy and paying attention to details
tranquil
adj., calm.
survey
v., to inspect something
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adventures of tom sawyer chpts 1-6
guile
unalloyed
glowering
ambuscade
clever or crafty behavior
pure
looking or staring with dislike or anger
an ambush
guile
clever or crafty behavior
unalloyed
pure
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adventures of tom sawyer
tranquil
survey
contemplate
particular
calm
to inspect
to look at something attentively and thoughtfully
showing attention to detail
tranquil
calm
survey
to inspect
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer Chapter 4-6
grandeur
disconcerted
tedious
prodigious
fancy, greatness
unsettle
boring
big, huge
grandeur
fancy, greatness
disconcerted
unsettle
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer vocab Ch:1-6
guile
vanity
sagacity
derision
artful deception
excessive pride
wisdom
scorn or contempt
guile
artful deception
vanity
excessive pride
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Characters
Tom Sawyer
Huck Finn
Joe Harper
Mrs. Harper
Huck's close friend, a boy with an active imagination, and a…
Tom's outcast friend
Huck and Tom's fellow pirate, Tom's buddy, plays war on Sunda…
Joe Harper's mother
Tom Sawyer
Huck's close friend, a boy with an active imagination, and a…
Huck Finn
Tom's outcast friend
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
trick
look after someone
fence
immediately
to deceive or cheat someone
to take care of someone
a thin wall made of wood or wire
NOW! with no delay
trick
to deceive or cheat someone
look after someone
to take care of someone
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab
Muster
Jubilant
Vestibule
Transfixed
Gather for inspection
Showing excitement
Lobby
Become emotionless and not to care
Muster
Gather for inspection
Jubilant
Showing excitement
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab
Muster
Jubilant
Vestibule
Transfixed
Gather for inspection
Showing excitement
Lobby
Become emotionless and not to care
Muster
Gather for inspection
Jubilant
Showing excitement
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer vocab ch 1-6
cutlass
engaged
oath
pansy
a short, heavy sword with a curved blade that was used by sai…
promised to be married
a formal and serious promise to tell the truth or to do somet…
a plant
cutlass
a short, heavy sword with a curved blade that was used by sai…
engaged
promised to be married
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
vague (adj.)
ailment (noun)
captivity (noun)
panting (verb)
not clear... I could see my friends vaguely through the fog.
disease; complaint
imprisonment; caged
breath like a dog
vague (adj.)
not clear... I could see my friends vaguely through the fog.
ailment (noun)
disease; complaint
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
aunt
climb
cross
cut
the sister of your mother or father
to go up and down, using your hands or feet
a mark like an X or a +
to make a hole in something with a knife
aunt
the sister of your mother or father
climb
to go up and down, using your hands or feet
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Alacrity
Attain
Burden
Covet
an eager willingness
to accomplish, gain
something tiring and difficult that person has to do
To desire; to want very much
Alacrity
an eager willingness
Attain
to accomplish, gain
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Hosentasche
quick!
a brush
a pot
pocket
schnell!
eine Bürste
ein Topf
Hosentasche
pocket
quick!
schnell!
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Ch 4-6
eternity
solemn
shuddered
fearsome
forever,
deeply earnest, tending toward sad reflection
trembled or shivered suddenly
formidable
eternity
forever,
solemn
deeply earnest, tending toward sad reflection
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer Test
Aunt Polly searches for Tom (Chapter 1)
White Thread/ Black Thread (Chapter 1)
Fight with the New Boy (Chapter 1)
Whitewashing (Chapter 2)
• Aunt Polly and Tom ... • Tom stole jam and tricked Aunt Polly…
• Tom, Sid, and Aunt Polly ... • Tom plays hooky and takes his s…
• Tom and The New Boy ... • Tom doesn't get along with the new b…
• Tom, Jim, Ben, and other Boys ... • Tom tricks his friends int…
Aunt Polly searches for Tom (Chapter 1)
• Aunt Polly and Tom ... • Tom stole jam and tricked Aunt Polly…
White Thread/ Black Thread (Chapter 1)
• Tom, Sid, and Aunt Polly ... • Tom plays hooky and takes his s…
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Ch. 6-10
Ostentation
Odious
Ferule
Animosity
Excessive Display
Hateful
Punishment
Hard feelings
Ostentation
Excessive Display
Odious
Hateful
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab
Muster
Jubilant
Vestibule
Transfixed
Gather for inspection
Showing excitement
Lobby
Become emotionless and not to care
Muster
Gather for inspection
Jubilant
Showing excitement
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer-- 4
Sheriff
Jail
Keep secret
Forget
Sheriff
Jail
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
sagacity
derision
audacious
furtive
high intelligence; shrewdness; quick of perception
ridicule, mockery
daring, bold, impudent
sly; stealthy; sneaky
sagacity
high intelligence; shrewdness; quick of perception
derision
ridicule, mockery
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Chp 1-6 vocab
sagacity
unalloyed
derision
ambuscade
wisdom
unmixed; pure
an object of riducle
an ambush
sagacity
wisdom
unalloyed
unmixed; pure
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab Chapters 6-10
mortified
deftly
zephyr
infallible
embarrassed
with dexterity
a gentle breeze; the west wind
incapable of error
mortified
embarrassed
deftly
with dexterity
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1
endow
vex
diligence
ponderous(ly)
to give a large amount of money to a school, hospital, etc.,…
to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to
the attention and care legally expected or required of a person
very boring or dull
endow
to give a large amount of money to a school, hospital, etc.,…
vex
to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguiled
Despair
noun, study of the body
adv, cautiously
adj, tricked, misled
noun, hopelessness
Anatomy
noun, study of the body
Apprehensively
adv, cautiously
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
incantation
labyrinth
Ostentatious
Peril
magic spell
maze
Showy, conspicous
Danger
incantation
magic spell
labyrinth
maze
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer vocab
guile
contemplate
vexed
sagacity
deceitful cunning
consider
annoyed
wisdom, discernment
guile
deceitful cunning
contemplate
consider
Adventures of Tom Sawyer-Chapters 6-10 Vocab.
Odious
Pariah
Juncture
Ostentation
Adj.) Extremely unpleasant; repulsive
N.) An outcast
N. #1) A particular point in events or time... N. #2) A place wh…
N.) Vulgar display, especially of wealth and luxury, intended…
Odious
Adj.) Extremely unpleasant; repulsive
Pariah
N.) An outcast
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Vocab. #8: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
apprehension
chronic
conspicuous
frivolous
fear of, or worrying about, what may be coming
continuing or occurring again and again for a long time
easily seen; noticeable, obvious
of little importance; lacking in seriousness
apprehension
fear of, or worrying about, what may be coming
chronic
continuing or occurring again and again for a long time
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Vocab #7: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Heathen
formidable
odious
oppress
person who does not know about and worship the God of the Bib…
very powerful and impressive; difficult to deal with
causing hatred or strong dislike
to control or rule in a harsh or cruel way
Heathen
person who does not know about and worship the God of the Bib…
formidable
very powerful and impressive; difficult to deal with
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
contemplate
gratitude
fragrance
evanescent
to think about intently; study carefully
thankfulness; appreciation
sweet smell; pleasant odor
tending to pass away or fade from sight like mist
contemplate
to think about intently; study carefully
gratitude
thankfulness; appreciation
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Student Vocabulary
diligence
conscience
tranquil
melancholy
(noun) careful and persistent work or effort; rigor
(noun) an inner feeling or voice telling one the difference b…
(adjective) Calm; peaceful; free from disturbance
(adjective) a gloomy state of mind
diligence
(noun) careful and persistent work or effort; rigor
conscience
(noun) an inner feeling or voice telling one the difference b…
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english 6 tom sawyer vocab
whitewashing
2. artificial
3. swollen
4. tremendous
whitening walls or painting
not natural
increased in volume or size
very large, great, enormous
whitewashing
whitening walls or painting
2. artificial
not natural
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Final
conscience
guile
endow
sagacity
the sense of the moral goodness or blameworthiness
deceitful cunning
to provide with something freely or naturally
wisdom
conscience
the sense of the moral goodness or blameworthiness
guile
deceitful cunning
10 terms
English lesson 4 Adventures if Tom Sawyer
Forsook
Reality
Misfortune
Subdued
Leave, abandon
Brought back, truth, real
Unlucky, bad luck
Not strong, quiet
Forsook
Leave, abandon
Reality
Brought back, truth, real
32 terms
from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
burst
examine
inspiration
magnificent
(v.) an instance of breaking or splitting as a result of inte…
(v.) to inspect or scrutinize carefully thoroughly.
(n.) something inspired, as an idea.
(adj.) impressively beautiful, elaborate, or extravagant; str…
burst
(v.) an instance of breaking or splitting as a result of inte…
examine
(v.) to inspect or scrutinize carefully thoroughly.
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