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Language Arts Tom Sawyer
Perplexed
Guile
Sagacity
Derision
puzzled, confused, confounded, baffled
cunning, cleverness, slyness, deceit
wisdom, intelligence, shrewdness, perceptiveness
scorn, disdain, mockery, contempt, hatred
Perplexed
puzzled, confused, confounded, baffled
Guile
cunning, cleverness, slyness, deceit
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Language Arts Tom Sawyer Vocab
perplexed
derision
consent
alacrity
puzzled, uncertain
ridicule
agree to something
eagerness
perplexed
puzzled, uncertain
derision
ridicule
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Language Arts : Tom Sawyer
Perplexed
Turmoil
Vexed
Sagacity
Confused
A state of great commotion, confusion, or disturbance; an upr…
Annoyed; irritated
Keen sense of perception and understanding
Perplexed
Confused
Turmoil
A state of great commotion, confusion, or disturbance; an upr…
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Language Arts Tom Sawyer Vocab
perplexed
derision
consent
alacrity
puzzled, uncertain
ridicule
agree to something
eagerness
perplexed
puzzled, uncertain
derision
ridicule
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Language Arts Tom Sawyer Vocab
guile
sagacity
melancholy
intrepid
trickery
intelligence
gloomy
courageos
guile
trickery
sagacity
intelligence
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Language Arts
sagacity
beguiled
tedious
hogshead
(n) the ability to make good sound or judgements
(v) to be influenced by trickery or flattery
(adj) long; tiresome
(n) a large cast of liquid
sagacity
(n) the ability to make good sound or judgements
beguiled
(v) to be influenced by trickery or flattery
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Language Arts Semester Exam (Tom Sawyer)
Black avenger of the Spanish main
Injun joe
Muff potter
Jacksons island
What is tom sawyers pirate name
Who was the deaf and dumb spaniard
To whom did the knife found at the murder scene belong to
What was the name of the island the boys went to when they ra…
Black avenger of the Spanish main
What is tom sawyers pirate name
Injun joe
Who was the deaf and dumb spaniard
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Language arts vocab quiz- Tom sawyer
Bereaved
Revelation
Recounted
Tranquil
extremely sad
a realization of something
to tell or give facts about, like a story
calm, peaceful
Bereaved
extremely sad
Revelation
a realization of something
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Enriched Language Arts Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
guile
sagacity
melancholy
intrepid
(noun) insidious cunning in attaining a goal- trickiness, cle…
(noun) acuteness of mental judgement- knowledge, wisdom
(noun/adjective) a gloomy state of mind- disconsolate, sadness
(adjective) resolutely fearless- dauntless, braveness
guile
(noun) insidious cunning in attaining a goal- trickiness, cle…
sagacity
(noun) acuteness of mental judgement- knowledge, wisdom
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Language Arts-Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Chapters 23-35
invariably
subdued
resolution
precarious
not changing
calm
a solution; end to something
exposed to danger
invariably
not changing
subdued
calm
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8th Grade - Language Arts - Tom Sawyer 1-11 Vocabulary
Reckon (v) p.12
Hooky (n) p.12
Sagacity (n) p.13
Lick (v) p.13
Establish by counting or calculating or calculation; calculate
Stay away from school or work without permission or explanation
The ability to understand and discriminate between relations
Beat someone up
Reckon (v) p.12
Establish by counting or calculating or calculation; calculate
Hooky (n) p.12
Stay away from school or work without permission or explanation
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Language Vocab Tom Sawyer
Constitute
Conscience
Guile
Circumstantial
Offer
Motivation from mental princibles
Good at deceiving someone
Providing that something may be true
Constitute
Offer
Conscience
Motivation from mental princibles
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Tom Sawyer Figurative Language
Formal Language
Allusion
Hyperbole
Personification
Language we use in writing that is fancy with no apostrophe o…
Reference to something famous
Exaggerated statement
Giving a non-human object human traits
Formal Language
Language we use in writing that is fancy with no apostrophe o…
Allusion
Reference to something famous
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7th grade Language Arts Tom Sawyer: chapters 7-20 Vocab
ominous
miscreat
lugubrious
abashed
gloomy... ADJECTIVE
troublemaker... NOUN
sad... ADJECTIVE
embarrassed... ADJECTIVE
ominous
gloomy... ADJECTIVE
miscreat
troublemaker... NOUN
language tom sawyer vocab words
constitute
conscience
guile
circumstantial
build
to have something from noble principles
clever
saying something is right without proving it
constitute
build
conscience
to have something from noble principles
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adv language test- tom sawyer
Aunt Polly
Becky
Tom
Injun Joe
Who said it?... "He's full of Old Scratch, but laws-a-me! ... I…
Who said it?... "I've got some. I'll let you chew it awhile, but…
Who said it?... "I forgive everybody, Sid... And Sid, you give m…
Who said it?... "...to get revenge on a woman...you go for her l…
Aunt Polly
Who said it?... "He's full of Old Scratch, but laws-a-me! ... I…
Becky
Who said it?... "I've got some. I'll let you chew it awhile, but…
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Language Tom sawyer Chp. 1 vocab
spectacles
conscience
vanity—
vexed
eyeglasses
the ability to recognize right from wrong
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearance
annoyed or bothered by something
spectacles
eyeglasses
conscience
the ability to recognize right from wrong
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Language and Literature IB MYP Mrs. Medina
anatomy
apprehensively
beguild
despair
n. study of the body
adv. cautiously
adj. tricked, misled
n. hopelessness
anatomy
n. study of the body
apprehensively
adv. cautiously
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Language Arts-Tom Sauyer Vocab
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguiled
Despair
A study of the structure or internal workings of something.
To be uneasy or fearful about something that might happen.
To influence by trickery or flattery.
The complete loss or absence of hope.
Anatomy
A study of the structure or internal workings of something.
Apprehensively
To be uneasy or fearful about something that might happen.
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Language arts test vocab tom...
assuage
amble
malevolent
transitions
to calm
walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace-
having or showing a wish to do evil to others
passing from one condition
assuage
to calm
amble
walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace-
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Tom Sawyer, figurative language, personifications, allusions(types of allusions), and narrative writing test
Confontation
Seize
Obliged
Presently
A face to face disagreement
To take hold of suddenly; grasp
Required to do a service or favor for
In a little while; soon
Confontation
A face to face disagreement
Seize
To take hold of suddenly; grasp
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Language Arts Exam- The Devil and Tom Walker Vocab.
precarious
daunt
piety
avarice
Dangerous or risky; not a secure or controlled situation
To intimidate or overcome with fear
Devotion and reverence to God
greed for wealth; miserly; hoarding money
precarious
Dangerous or risky; not a secure or controlled situation
daunt
To intimidate or overcome with fear
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Tom Cox-Language Art- Drama Vocabulary-2015
playwright
act
scene
aside
The author of a drama.
The major sections a drama is divided into.
The smaller, more minor sections a play is divided into.
The character is speaking only to the audience. The other cha…
playwright
The author of a drama.
act
The major sections a drama is divided into.
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Language Arts 8 - Vocab from Good Night, Mr. Tom
dank
bowels
console
stifling
wet; moist; dark
interior parts
to comfort and lesson grief
hot and suffocating
dank
wet; moist; dark
bowels
interior parts
Tom Cox-Language Art- Traditional Literature Vocabulary-2015
traditional literature
myth
legend
tall tale
a story passed down from generation to generation
a story created to explain the mysteries of the universe. Fea…
based on real people, events. Features hero /heroine, superna…
humorous story about events and characters that are exaggerat…
traditional literature
a story passed down from generation to generation
myth
a story created to explain the mysteries of the universe. Fea…
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Tom Sawyer Dialect Vocabulary
barlow knife
barrow
bully rag
comb
knife named after poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
small cart with 2 wheels
to intimidate or bully
straighten out
barlow knife
knife named after poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
barrow
small cart with 2 wheels
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TOMS Language Art Grade 8 Quarter 3 Week 1 Vocabulary
retribution
bravado
impotent
deduce
something given in repayment, usually as a punishment
a false show of bravery
he or she is lacking strength or vigor
to receive (derive) reasoning/understanding from a source
retribution
something given in repayment, usually as a punishment
bravado
a false show of bravery
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Final Test
Alfred Temple
Amy Lawrence
Aunt Polly
Becky Thatcher
smart, well-dressed boy who makes Tom jealous
Tom's former girlfriend
Tom's kindly aunt and guardian; sister of Tom's dead mother
the pretty new girl in town; Tom's new girlfriend
Alfred Temple
smart, well-dressed boy who makes Tom jealous
Amy Lawrence
Tom's former girlfriend
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 9
despair
pallid
ruffian
vagrant
Hopelessness
(adj.) pale, lacking color; weak and lifeless
a tough, lawless person; a brute; bully
An idle wanderer, tramp
despair
Hopelessness
pallid
(adj.) pale, lacking color; weak and lifeless
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Tom Sawyer Week 1 Vocab
Constitute
Conscience
Guile
Circumstantial
form or compose
motivation deriving from ethical or moral principles
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
Suggesting that something is true without proving it
Constitute
form or compose
Conscience
motivation deriving from ethical or moral principles
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary 3
illuminate
spacious
stalactites
stalagmites
to lighten so one can see
very big or roomy
cone shaped formations of calcite coming down from the roof o…
a cone shaped formation of calcite coming up from the floor o…
illuminate
to lighten so one can see
spacious
very big or roomy
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 6
joggle
window sash
bedpost
traversed
shake slightly
The operating or movable part of a window; the sash is made o…
a long post on all corners of a bed
moved over, across, or through
joggle
shake slightly
window sash
The operating or movable part of a window; the sash is made o…
10 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 10
dire
mum
scrawled
incantations
exteremely urgent or serious
quiet
written hastily, carelessly, or poorly
chants, recitations, magic words
dire
exteremely urgent or serious
mum
quiet
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 12
dejected
nuisance
clandestinely
avariciously
Downcast or sad; depressed
a bothersome annoying person
done in a secret or underhanded manner
in a greedy manner
dejected
Downcast or sad; depressed
nuisance
a bothersome annoying person
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Final Exam Study List 3 - Tom Sawyer
Tom Sawyer
Aunt Polly
Sid
Ben Rogers
a young, motherless boy who lives with his Aunt Polly in a sm…
Tom's kindly aunt and guardian; sister of Tom's dead mother
Tom's younger brother, who is quiet, well-behaved, and a tatt…
a young friend of Tom's; Tom tricks him into whitewashing a f…
Tom Sawyer
a young, motherless boy who lives with his Aunt Polly in a sm…
Aunt Polly
Tom's kindly aunt and guardian; sister of Tom's dead mother
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 11
gory
stolid
perplexed
infernal
bloody
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
confused, puzzled or bewildered
irritating and tiresome
gory
bloody
stolid
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 5
venerable
vestibule
heedful
restive
Commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity
small entrance hall
mindful; thoughtful
impatient of control; stubborn
venerable
Commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity
vestibule
small entrance hall
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Tom Sawyer Set Three
invariably
morsel
intangible
warily
without change
small piece
incapable of being touched
carefully; cautiously
invariably
without change
morsel
small piece
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Tilt Tom Sawyer
guile
vex
sagacity
derision
skillful deceit, cunning
to disturb in a petty way
wisdom
contempt, scorn
guile
skillful deceit, cunning
vex
to disturb in a petty way
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 13
forsaken
blubber
transpired
sorrowing
Abandoned; deserted
Cry or whine with snuffling
occur, happen, take place
grieving, suffering
forsaken
Abandoned; deserted
blubber
Cry or whine with snuffling
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 1
spectacles
resurrect
skin
Good Book
glasses
bring to view, attention, or use again
to strip, scrape, or rub off an outer covering (take off the…
Bible
spectacles
glasses
resurrect
bring to view, attention, or use again
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 4
tranquil
benediction
unirrigated
blighted
calm and peaceful
A blessing
unwatered
Damaged; destroyed; ruined
tranquil
calm and peaceful
benediction
A blessing
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocab
odious
fetters
mortified
row
hateful; disgusting
restraint; handcuffs
ashamed
commotion; noise
odious
hateful; disgusting
fetters
restraint; handcuffs
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Tom Sawyer-Chapter 2
melancholy
quarreling
skylarking
marvel
sad; gloomy
fighting
running and jumping about; playing noisily
Tom's word for a marble
melancholy
sad; gloomy
quarreling
fighting
MJHS TOM SAWYER Vocabulary 2
lethargy
vindictive
coveted
spade
feeling extreme laziness
spiteful; vengeful
envied; desired
a tool used to dig
lethargy
feeling extreme laziness
vindictive
spiteful; vengeful
22 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 3
maxims
intrepid
tan
virtuous
wise saying about life
fearless
thrash; whip
morally excellent
maxims
wise saying about life
intrepid
fearless
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Tom Sawyer Set Two
conspicuous
remorse
caricature
pathetic
easily seen; too noticeable
feeling sorry for wrongdoing
an exaggerated drawing
pitiful; sad
conspicuous
easily seen; too noticeable
remorse
feeling sorry for wrongdoing
21 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
sepulchral
discreet
diffident
precarious
Of or relating to a tomb or interment
Careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
modest or shy because of lack of self confidence
not securely held in position; dangerously likely to fall or…
sepulchral
Of or relating to a tomb or interment
discreet
Careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
8 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapters 7 and 8
furtively
bosom friend
slathers
nettle
Secretively or sneakily
a very close friend
great quantities
(n.) a prickly or stinging plant
furtively
Secretively or sneakily
bosom friend
a very close friend
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Tom Sawyer Set One
sage
potent
guile
pliant
quick and wise in understanding and judgment
powerful; strong
deceitful cunning; , the use of tricks to deceive someone
flexible; able to bend easily
sage
quick and wise in understanding and judgment
potent
powerful; strong
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