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48 terms
Tom Sawyer
Vanity
Vexed
Diligence
Guile
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions or appearance
annoyed or bothered by something
constant effort used to accomplish a task
trickery; deceit; lying
Vanity
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions or appearance
Vexed
annoyed or bothered by something
20 terms
Tom sawyer
vexed
sagactly
loathed
gratitude
difficult and much debated; problematic
acuteness of mental discernment and soundness of judgment.
to feel disgust or intense aversion
the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful
vexed
difficult and much debated; problematic
sagactly
acuteness of mental discernment and soundness of judgment.
17 terms
Tom Sawyer .
tone
dramatic irony
character motivation
theme
a musical or vocal sound with reference to its pitch, quality…
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
tone
a musical or vocal sound with reference to its pitch, quality…
dramatic irony
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
20 terms
Tom Sawyer
vexed
sagacity
loathed
gratitude
annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
the quality of being sagacious.
feel intense dislike or disgust for.
the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation…
vexed
annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
sagacity
the quality of being sagacious.
50 terms
Tom Sawyer
Author's real name
Author's penname
Village
State
Samuel Clemens
Mark Twain
St. Petersburg
Missouri
Author's real name
Samuel Clemens
Author's penname
Mark Twain
17 terms
Tom Sawyer
Tranquil
Survey
Contemplate
Particular
free from disturbance; calm.
examine and record the area and features of (an area of land)…
look thoughtfully for a long time at.
used to single out an individual member of a specified group…
Tranquil
free from disturbance; calm.
Survey
examine and record the area and features of (an area of land)…
16 terms
Tom Sawyer
adventure
perhaps
aunt
pocket
Abenteuer
vielleicht
Tante
(Hosen-) Tasche
adventure
Abenteuer
perhaps
vielleicht
19 terms
Tom Sawyer
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguiled
Despair
Study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked
Hopelessness
Anatomy
Study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
29 terms
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
12 terms
Tom Sawyer
conscience
guile
sagacity
convulsion
ethical or moral principles
being skilled in deception
wise and discriminating
shaking terribly, a seizure
conscience
ethical or moral principles
guile
being skilled in deception
30 terms
Tom Sawyer
nagynéni
mászik
kereszt
vág
aunt
to climb
cross
to cut
nagynéni
aunt
mászik
to climb
17 terms
Tom Sawyer
Perplexed
Derision
Consent
Alacrity
Puzzled, uncertain
Ridicule
Agree to do something
Eagerness
Perplexed
Puzzled, uncertain
Derision
Ridicule
117 terms
Tom Sawyer
St petersburg missouri
Jim
Ben rogers
Ben rogers
Where does the story take place
Who looks at toms stubbed toe then runs off?
Who is toms friend pretending to be a steamboat?
Who is the first boy to paint the fence?
St petersburg missouri
Where does the story take place
Jim
Who looks at toms stubbed toe then runs off?
20 terms
Tom Sawyer
Ostenation
Odious
Ferule
Animosity
Trying hard
Hateful
Discipline
Unkind
Ostenation
Trying hard
Odious
Hateful
77 terms
Tom Sawyer
How did Tom get out of being switched?…
How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playi…
Why does Tom live with Aunt Polly
What did Tom do to the new boy?
c
Sid reminded her that she sewed Tom's shirt collar with White…
His mother died
He picked a fight with him and then beat him up.
How did Tom get out of being switched?…
c
How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playi…
Sid reminded her that she sewed Tom's shirt collar with White…
12 terms
Tom Sawyer
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
What year was The Adventures of Tom Sa…
What was Tom's aunts name?
How long was the fence?
Mark Twain
1876
Polly
90 feet
Who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Mark Twain
What year was The Adventures of Tom Sa…
1876
8 terms
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
20 terms
Tom Sawyer List 1
spectacles
truck
dander
middling
eye glasses
stuff; junk
temper
moderately; fairly
spectacles
eye glasses
truck
stuff; junk
Tom Sawyer
Where did Mark Twain get his name?
When was Twain born?
Where was Twin born
Who was an inspiration for Huck Finn?
River boat term
1835
Florida, Missouri
Tom Blakenship
Where did Mark Twain get his name?
River boat term
When was Twain born?
1835
15 terms
Tom Sawyer - List 2
substantial
desolate
muse
tempest
having substance; not imaginary
deserted of people; in a state of bleak emptiness
think deeply on a subject
violent commotion or disturbance
substantial
having substance; not imaginary
desolate
deserted of people; in a state of bleak emptiness
19 terms
Tom Sawyer
White
Black
Swimming
Tattling and nice clothes
What original color whaas the thread?
What color did it became?
Why was Tom skipping school?
Why did Tom fight the new boy?
White
What original color whaas the thread?
Black
What color did it became?
21 terms
TOM SAWYER!!!
Samuel Longhorne Clemens
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
Becky Thatcher
Mark Twain's real name.
author of tom
protagonist; he pleases everyone
Tom's girlfriend; the rich girl
Samuel Longhorne Clemens
Mark Twain's real name.
Mark Twain
author of tom
10 terms
Tom Sawyer
How did Tom get out of being switched?
How did Tom get caught playing hookey?
Why does Tom live with his aunt?
What did Tom do to the new boy?
He told his Aunt Polly to look behind her, when she did this…
when he went swimming he had to take the thread out of his co…
Because his mother died
They started talking, and then started a physical fight .
How did Tom get out of being switched?
He told his Aunt Polly to look behind her, when she did this…
How did Tom get caught playing hookey?
when he went swimming he had to take the thread out of his co…
6 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocab
perplexed
guile
alacrity
covet
Confused, Puzzled
Sly or cunning intelligence.
Eagerness
Yearn to possess or have (something).
perplexed
Confused, Puzzled
guile
Sly or cunning intelligence.
20 terms
Tom Sawyer
What is the time setting of Tom Sawyer?
Mark Twains real name is what?
Missouri was the battle ground of what…
What is considered a microcosm for oth…
1840's
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
The civil war
St. Petersburg
What is the time setting of Tom Sawyer?
1840's
Mark Twains real name is what?
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
13 terms
Tom Sawyer Terms
Chasm
incantation
subdued
furtive
deep pit
magic spell
quiet down
secret
Chasm
deep pit
incantation
magic spell
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…
22 terms
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
adventure
afraid
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
15 terms
Tom Sawyer chapter two
beguile
reluctance
alacrity
delectable
to influence by trickery
unwillingness
cheerful willingness; enthusiasm
delightful, enjoyable
beguile
to influence by trickery
reluctance
unwillingness
17 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Prodigious
Contrived
Condescend
Covet
Impressively great
Schemed
Lower oneself to the position of inferiors
Want
Prodigious
Impressively great
Contrived
Schemed
18 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Test
conflagration
credulous
sullied
purloined
an extensive fire
to fail to resist; to give into
damaged or diminished purity
stolen
conflagration
an extensive fire
credulous
to fail to resist; to give into
13 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 1
conscience
vanity
vexed
sagacity
the ability to recognize right from wrong
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearances
annoyed or bothered by something
using wisdom or good judgement
conscience
the ability to recognize right from wrong
vanity
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearances
79 terms
Tom Sawyer Review
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
9 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 1
manipulate
harm
nourishments
orphan
manipulate
harm
6 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch 1
fence
aunt
lie
paint
fence
aunt
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
ruination
guile
sagacity
enterprises
act of ruining; something that ruins or destroys
deception; attempt to trick someone
wise; sound judgment; accute
business; project
ruination
act of ruining; something that ruins or destroys
guile
deception; attempt to trick someone
59 terms
Tom Sawyer vocabulary
abstain
alacrity
anguish
auspicious
refrain from doing something
cheerful willingness
severe mental suffering
good signs for success
abstain
refrain from doing something
alacrity
cheerful willingness
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…
26 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary List
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguild
Despair
Study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked
Hopelessness
Anatomy
Study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
12 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
orphan (noun)
switch (noun)
whitewash (noun)
handstand (noun)
a child who has lost one or both parents through death or aba…
a thin, flexible branch from a tree used to whip a person as…
white paint made of lime and water used to paint wood
an acrobatic movement where the body is supported in a vertic…
orphan (noun)
a child who has lost one or both parents through death or aba…
switch (noun)
a thin, flexible branch from a tree used to whip a person as…
100 terms
Tom Sawyer Test Review
What was Mark Twain's real name?
When Tom wanted someone to believe som…
Tom convinced his friends to pay him f…
According to Tom's great law of human…
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
convincing
irony
hard to get
What was Mark Twain's real name?
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
When Tom wanted someone to believe som…
convincing
7 terms
Tom Sawyer
Derision
Infallible
Conceded
Folly
Mockery; ridicule
Incapable of error
To acknowledge reluctantly that something is true
Foolishness
Derision
Mockery; ridicule
Infallible
Incapable of error
8 terms
Tom Sawyer
Apprehension
Chronic
Conspicuous
Frivolous
...
...
...
...
Apprehension
...
Chronic
...
9 terms
Tom Sawyer
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguiled
Despair
Study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked, misled
Hopelessness
Anatomy
Study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
Tom Sawyer
Urchin
Lethargy
Dignitaries
Spasmodic
A mischievous child, dressed poorly
The lack of energy and enthusiasm
A person who is considered important because of their high rank
Occurring in brief moments
Urchin
A mischievous child, dressed poorly
Lethargy
The lack of energy and enthusiasm
20 terms
Tom sawyer
Sinvous
Traversed
Imperishable
Diverging
Wavy
Crossed
Long lasting
Going in different directions
Sinvous
Wavy
Traversed
Crossed
17 terms
Tom sawyer
examine
groan
yawn
disappear
Untersuchen prüfen
Stöhnen
gähnen
verschwinden
examine
Untersuchen prüfen
groan
Stöhnen
9 terms
Tom Sawyer
Apathy
Boundless
Insignificance
Insipid
Lack of interest
Without limits
Lack of importance
Uninteresting
Apathy
Lack of interest
Boundless
Without limits
11 terms
Tom Sawyer
Deftly
Smote
Andiron
Impudence
skillfully
struck or hit hard
one of a pair of metal supports for wood in a fireplace
rude boldness
Deftly
skillfully
Smote
struck or hit hard
23 terms
Tom Sawyer
spectacles
seldom
state pair
pride of her heart
glasögon
sällan
fint par (skor)
hennes hjärtats stolthet
spectacles
glasögon
seldom
sällan
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