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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary List One
Guile
Sagacity
Adamantine
Skylarking
Clever, cunning, and sly
Wisdom
Unbreakable, invincible
Horseplaying
Guile
Clever, cunning, and sly
Sagacity
Wisdom
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Part One
Barlow knife
Barrow
Bully rag
Comb
Knife named sfter poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
Small cart with 2 wheels
To intimidate of bully
Straightened out
Barlow knife
Knife named sfter poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
Barrow
Small cart with 2 wheels
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Part One
Perplexed
Guile
Melancholy
Tranquilly
Confused / puzzled
Skilled in deception or trickory
Gloomy / sad / depressed
Peacefully
Perplexed
Confused / puzzled
Guile
Skilled in deception or trickory
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Tom Sawyer Quiz on Characters
Tom
Huck
Aunt Polly
Sid
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Which character in the book does not have a home?
Which character is the caretaker of Tom?
What is Tom's brother's name?
Tom
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Huck
Which character in the book does not have a home?
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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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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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Tom Sawyer Part One
circumstantial evidence
sagacity
vigor
obliged
(Noun) Verified Information
(Noun) Good Judgement
(Noun) Great Effort
(Adjective) Feeling you need to do something
circumstantial evidence
(Noun) Verified Information
sagacity
(Noun) Good Judgement
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary on chapters 5-12
Supplication
Wary
Odious
Ceased
Plea
Cautious
Arousing a strong dislike or displeasure
Stopped
Supplication
Plea
Wary
Cautious
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…
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Tom Sawyer Week One
guile
circumstantial
natty
glower
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
suggesting that something is true without proving it
marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manner
to glare angrily
guile
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
circumstantial
suggesting that something is true without proving it
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Prodigious
Contrived
Condescend
Covet
Impressively great
Schemed
Lower oneself to the position of inferiors
Want
Prodigious
Impressively great
Contrived
Schemed
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English vocabulary list one Tom Sawyer
Sagacity
Adamantine
Skylarking
Alacrity
Keen sense of perception and understanding
Hard resolute
running and jumping about
Enthusiasm cheerfulness
Sagacity
Keen sense of perception and understanding
Adamantine
Hard resolute
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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
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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
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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
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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…
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
adventure
afraid
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary List
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguild
Despair
Study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked
Hopelessness
Anatomy
Study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
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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…
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
conscience
guile
bona fide
deduce
ability to recognize right from wrong
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
performed in good faith, genuine, authentic, sincere
to devise a conclusion by reasoning
conscience
ability to recognize right from wrong
guile
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
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The adventures on Tom Sawyer
forsake, forsook
Reality
misfortune
subdued
to abandon or leave
real, truth, the state of quality being real
Not wealthy, bad luck
alone, quiet
forsake, forsook
to abandon or leave
Reality
real, truth, the state of quality being real
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
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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Tom Sawyer vocabulary 2
Perplexed
Resurrected
Gobbled
Burst
Puzzled, bewildered. Adj
Brought back to life. Adj or Verb
Ate quickly. Verb
Break forth suddenly or broke. Verb
Perplexed
Puzzled, bewildered. Adj
Resurrected
Brought back to life. Adj or Verb
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary
kite
raft
graveyard
beetle
kite
raft
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
conscience
guile
bona fide
deduce
ability to recognize right from wrong
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
performed in good faith, genuine, authentic, sincere
to devise a conclusion by reasoning
conscience
ability to recognize right from wrong
guile
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary 4
heave
entreated
chat
haste
lift or throw over with effort. Verb
begged, implored. Verb
casual conversation. Verb or Noun
swift, speedy action. Noun
heave
lift or throw over with effort. Verb
entreated
begged, implored. Verb
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary
dilapidated
soliloquy
reluctant
alacrity
falling apart or ruined, run-down
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
Unwilling
Brisk and cheerful readiness
dilapidated
falling apart or ruined, run-down
soliloquy
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary
summarize
Make a Connection
Visualize
Predict
To retell something in a shorter way (give main points)
To show how 2 or more things are the same or have to do with…
To draw a picture of what you see in your mind when you read…
To make a guess of what you think will happen next or later
summarize
To retell something in a shorter way (give main points)
Make a Connection
To show how 2 or more things are the same or have to do with…
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary 3
Prodigiously afflicted
ambled
illustrious
barter
greatly tormented. Adj
strolled slowly. Verb
famous. Adj
trade goods or services without monetary exchange. Verb
Prodigiously afflicted
greatly tormented. Adj
ambled
strolled slowly. Verb
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
starboard
expeditions
trash
ridicule
right side of a ship
journey
garbage
jeer
starboard
right side of a ship
expeditions
journey
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Unit one Tom Sawyer
Character Archetypes
Inference
Analysis
Textual Evidence
Patterns of characters that are universally understood
The conclusions drawn based on how evidence from the text is…
The conclusions drawn after closely examining the details of…
Quotes taken from the text to support a point
Character Archetypes
Patterns of characters that are universally understood
Inference
The conclusions drawn based on how evidence from the text is…
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Tranquil (adj)
Survey (v)
Contemplate (v)
Particular (adj)
calm
to inspect
to look at something attentively and thoughtfully
wanting things to be a certain way
Tranquil (adj)
calm
Survey (v)
to inspect
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Unit One: Tom Sawyer
character archetype
inference
analysis
textual evidence
Patterns of characters that are universally understood.
The conclusion drawn based on how evidence from the text is c…
The conclusion drawn after closely examining the details of a…
Quotes taken from the text to support a point (these need cit…
character archetype
Patterns of characters that are universally understood.
inference
The conclusion drawn based on how evidence from the text is c…
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Unit one Tom Sawyer
Character Archetypes
Inference
Analysis
Textual Evidence
Patterns of characters that are universally understood
The conclusion drawn based on how evidence from the text is c…
The conclusion drawn after closely examining the details of a…
Quotes taken from the text to support a point ( Need citations)
Character Archetypes
Patterns of characters that are universally understood
Inference
The conclusion drawn based on how evidence from the text is c…
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Tom Sawyer Quiz on Characters
Tom
Huck
Aunt Polly
Sid
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Which character in the book does not have a home?
Which character is the caretaker of Tom?
What is Tom's brother's name?
Tom
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Huck
Which character in the book does not have a home?
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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
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
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Tom Sawyer vocab one
Ambush
Audacious
Colloquial
Condescend
(N) a surprise attack (ambuscade)
(Adj) recklessly daring; insolent
(Adj) describes a conversational or often unacceptable inform…
(V) to lower yourself to the level of one considered inferior
Ambush
(N) a surprise attack (ambuscade)
Audacious
(Adj) recklessly daring; insolent
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Tom Sawyer Honors Vocabulary
Prevalent
Diplomacy
Sagacity
Melancholy
Common; widely-practiced
Skill in getting along with people
Wisdom
Feelings of sadness
Prevalent
Common; widely-practiced
Diplomacy
Skill in getting along with people
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Tom Sawyer Quiz on Characters
Tom
Huck
Aunt Polly
Sid
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Which character in the book does not have a home?
Which character is the caretaker of Tom?
What is Tom's brother's name?
Tom
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Huck
Which character in the book does not have a home?
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Tom Sawyer Vocab One
Inspiration
Melancholy
Pomp and Circumstance
Reluctance
Having new ideas, motivation
Sadness
Celebration, ceremony, fuss
Not want to, hesitant
Inspiration
Having new ideas, motivation
Melancholy
Sadness
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Tom Sawyer Week One
Alacrity
Alloy
Ambuscade
Benediction
Cheerful willingness or readiness to respond
The state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of s…
To attack by surprise
A blessing, especially at the end of a religious service.
Alacrity
Cheerful willingness or readiness to respond
Alloy
The state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of s…
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Tom Sawyer Quiz on Characters
Tom
Huck
Aunt Polly
Sid
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Which character in the book does not have a home?
Which character is the caretaker of Tom?
What is Tom's brother's name?
Tom
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Huck
Which character in the book does not have a home?
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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
Tom Sawyer Characters and Vocabulary
respectable
yonder
reckon
mourned
worthy of esteem or honor
at a distance, but within sight
to think, consider or judge
grieved, showed sorrow over
respectable
worthy of esteem or honor
yonder
at a distance, but within sight
Unit of Study on Tom Sawyer
tone
dramatic irony
character motivation
theme
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
the reasons why a character acts, thinks, or feels a certain…
Central idea of a work of literature
tone
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
dramatic irony
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
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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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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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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
perplexed
peril
guile
vexed
confused or bewildered
danger
trickery, slyness, cunning
irritated ,annoyed
perplexed
confused or bewildered
peril
danger
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Tom Sawyer Quiz on Characters
Tom
Huck
Aunt Polly
Sid
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Which character in the book does not have a home?
Which character is the caretaker of Tom?
What is Tom's brother's name?
Tom
Who wondered what it would feel like to die?
Huck
Which character in the book does not have a home?
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