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English 2 AS Vocabulary #7
concede
conciliatory
concise
concur
v. admit defeat
adj. reconciling
adj. breif
v. agree
concede
v. admit defeat
conciliatory
adj. reconciling
112 terms
English 2 AS Vocabulary List
design
designing
mean
by no means
an underhanded, deceitful plot or plan (n)... an outline, sketc…
scheming, intriguing, artful, crafty (adj)
small-minded (adj) ... of little importance or consequence (adj)
in no way, not at all (idiom)
design
an underhanded, deceitful plot or plan (n)... an outline, sketc…
designing
scheming, intriguing, artful, crafty (adj)
25 terms
AS English 2 Vocabulary #5
vita
demo
stereo
ism
life
people
solid
doctrine
vita
life
demo
people
10 terms
LOF Vocabulary List 2; English 9th AS
Brooded
Vexed
Sauntered
gesticulating
to think deeply about something that makes one unhappy
annoyed
walk in a slow, relaxed manner, without hurry or effort
Using guestuers to convay emotion/meaning
Brooded
to think deeply about something that makes one unhappy
Vexed
annoyed
109 terms
English Vocabulary (AS Papers 1 & 2)
Semantic Field
Dialect
Mysandryst
Connotations
A set of words linking to a specific theme or meaning
Specific phrases and words native to a certain area
Someone who believes women are better than men (Offreds Mother)
A suggestion of a meaning which is not explicitly mentioned
Semantic Field
A set of words linking to a specific theme or meaning
Dialect
Specific phrases and words native to a certain area
131 terms
English Vocabulary (as of March 2, 2015)
define, Brigand
sentence for Brigand:
define, to Efface
sentence for, to Efface
Brigand: a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
ancient caravans would sometimes be attacked by brigands
to Efface: to wipe out, to erase
time had effaced almost all signs of the struggle that took p…
define, Brigand
Brigand: a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
sentence for Brigand:
ancient caravans would sometimes be attacked by brigands
38 terms
AS English I Semester 2 Final Vocabulary
resignation
sodden
treacherous
languid
unresisting acceptance
thoroughly soaked; saturated
not trustworthy; dangerous
lacking energy or vitality; weak
resignation
unresisting acceptance
sodden
thoroughly soaked; saturated
22 terms
AS English 1 - Unit 2 Vocabulary
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
Many rodeo performers are ___ at twirling a rope while on a h…
Sometimes meditation by a neutral individual can lead to an _…
You are not likely to become a marathon runner if you are ___…
I did not expect such a ___ answer to my request for directio…
adroit
Many rodeo performers are ___ at twirling a rope while on a h…
amicable
Sometimes meditation by a neutral individual can lead to an _…
70 terms
English AS Vocabulary Set
exploits
perverse
contrition
lamented
a striking notable deed; spirited or heroic act
a willful determination to go against what is expected or acc…
feeling of sincere remorse for doing something wrong
expressing grief, sorrow, or regret
exploits
a striking notable deed; spirited or heroic act
perverse
a willful determination to go against what is expected or acc…
144 terms
AS English Vocabulary
Exploits
Exploit
Exploitation
Perverse
(n) a bold and daring action
(v) to use something/someone for your own benefit
(n) the act of using something/someone for your own benefit
(adj) unreasonably or unacceptable
Exploits
(n) a bold and daring action
Exploit
(v) to use something/someone for your own benefit
40 terms
English II AS Vocabulary
askance (adv)
affable (adj)
chide (v)
countenance (n) (v)
1. with disapproval, suspicion, distrust... 2. with a sideways g…
gentle and gracious... OF: affably
scold... OF: chidingly
1. (n) appearance, especially of the face... 2. (v) to give or e…
askance (adv)
1. with disapproval, suspicion, distrust... 2. with a sideways g…
affable (adj)
gentle and gracious... OF: affably
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English 2 AS Vocab #8
crass
credulity
criterion
cynical
adj. very unrefined
n. belief on slight evidence
n. standard used in judging
adj. skeptical human motives
crass
adj. very unrefined
credulity
n. belief on slight evidence
53 terms
English AS Vocabulary
Exploit(n)
Exploit(v)
Exploitation(n)
Perverse(adj)
A striking, notable deed; a spirited or heroic act
to use something or someone for profit; to use selfishly for…
Use of something or someone for profit
a willful determination to go against what is expected or acc…
Exploit(n)
A striking, notable deed; a spirited or heroic act
Exploit(v)
to use something or someone for profit; to use selfishly for…
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English Vocabulary As
Abjure
Abdicate
Abominable
Abridge
Formally reject or renounce
Give up a position of leadership
Detestable
Shorten or edit down while keeping the essential elements
Abjure
Formally reject or renounce
Abdicate
Give up a position of leadership
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AS English 2 - Conjunctions
Coordinating Conjunction: Contrast
Coordinating Conjunctions: Cause and E…
Coordinating Conjunctions: Correlation
Subordinating Conjunction: Contrast
But; yet; or
So; for
And; nor
Although; (even) though; whereas; as much as
Coordinating Conjunction: Contrast
But; yet; or
Coordinating Conjunctions: Cause and E…
So; for
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AS English Vocab #2
animosity
cursory
degenerative
degenerate
strong dislike; hatred
quick with little attention to detail
falling below a desirable quality level
person who has declined in morals or characters
animosity
strong dislike; hatred
cursory
quick with little attention to detail
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AS English Vocab #2
animosity
cursory
degenerative
degenerate
strong dislike; hatred
quick with little attention to detail
falling below a desirable quality level
person who has declined in morals or characters
animosity
strong dislike; hatred
cursory
quick with little attention to detail
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AS English Vocabulary
Acrimonious
To reprieve
To parlay
To conciliate
Angry and bitter in speech
To postpone punishment
To increase the winnings of a bet by betting again
To overcome distrust
Acrimonious
Angry and bitter in speech
To reprieve
To postpone punishment
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English As1&2
Fair is foul and foul is fair
Fortune on his damned quarrel smiling,…
If you can look into the seeds of time…
And often times, to win us to our harm…
Witches
Captain
Banquo
Banquo
Fair is foul and foul is fair
Witches
Fortune on his damned quarrel smiling,…
Captain
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AS English Literature 2
"painting of your fear"
"you make me strange even to the dispo…
"honoured hostess... noble hostess"
"trammel up the consequence"
L Macbeth about Banquo's ghost to Macbeth - shows he is afraid
Macbeth says this to L Macbeth - he doesn't know who he is an…
Duncan to Lady Macbeth
Not guilt stopping Macbeth but selfish wanting to not be puni…
"painting of your fear"
L Macbeth about Banquo's ghost to Macbeth - shows he is afraid
"you make me strange even to the dispo…
Macbeth says this to L Macbeth - he doesn't know who he is an…
62 terms
AS vocabulary 2
acies
agmen
ara
campus
battle line
column of men
altar
plain
acies
battle line
agmen
column of men
22 terms
English 1 Honors Vocabulary Quiz 2 ASES
meager
indignation
avert
jeer
adj) deficient in amount or quantity
n) a feeling of righteous anger
v)1. to turn away or to the side... 2. to prevent from happening
v) to laugh at with contempt or derision
meager
adj) deficient in amount or quantity
indignation
n) a feeling of righteous anger
25 terms
AS English II list 2
Archy
Ard
Cide
Ician
Government
Always
Kill
Specialist
Archy
Government
Ard
Always
143 terms
Fall AS English Vocabulary
exploits
exploit
exploitation
perverse
n. a striking notable deed
v. to use selfishly for profit
n. use of somethings or someone for profit
adj. a willful determination to go against what is expected
exploits
n. a striking notable deed
exploit
v. to use selfishly for profit
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Fall AS English Vocabulary
exploits
exploit
exploitation
perverse
n. a striking notable deed
v. to use selfishly for profit
n. use of somethings or someone for profit
adj. a willful determination to go against what is expected
exploits
n. a striking notable deed
exploit
v. to use selfishly for profit
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Fall AS English Vocabulary
exploits
exploit
exploitation
perverse
n. a striking notable deed
v. to use selfishly for profit
n. use of somethings or someone for profit
adj. a willful determination to go against what is expected
exploits
n. a striking notable deed
exploit
v. to use selfishly for profit
68 terms
English AS 1 Vocabulary
Altruistic ( adj )
Banal ( adj )
Decadent ( adj )
Indolent ( adj )
Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for well-being o…
So lacking in originality that it's obvious and boring, refer…
Characterized by or reflecting a state of moral / cultural de…
Wanting to avoid activity ; lazy
Altruistic ( adj )
Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for well-being o…
Banal ( adj )
So lacking in originality that it's obvious and boring, refer…
25 terms
AS English 2 list 5
vita
demo
stereo
ism
life
people
solid
doctrine
vita
life
demo
people
113 terms
AS vocabulary 1 & 2
acer
aggredior
aggredi
agressus sum
keen
I attack
to attack
I have attacked
acer
keen
aggredior
I attack
88 terms
AS Vocabulary List 2
इच्छा
इतः
इतर्
इतस्ततः
desire
hence
another
here and there; hither thither
इच्छा
desire
इतः
hence
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AS English III Vocab #2
pallor
compensate
evade
misgiving
an unhealthy pale appearance
to make amends for; to pay for
to avoid
a doubt about something; usually about somebody's honesty
pallor
an unhealthy pale appearance
compensate
to make amends for; to pay for
18 terms
Chemistry AS vocabulary2
neon
frequency
energy
transition
n. [化]氖;霓虹灯
n.频率
n.活力;精力;能
n. 转变,过渡
neon
n. [化]氖;霓虹灯
frequency
n.频率
25 terms
List # 2 AS English II
goverment
always
kill
specialist
archy
ard
cide
ician
goverment
archy
always
ard
21 terms
AS Level English Language Vocabulary
register
context
voice
tone
the type of language used for a particular purpose, or in a p…
the background, setting, form or culture in which the text wa…
the distinctive tone and perspective of the writer
the "feel", mood or emotion present in a text
register
the type of language used for a particular purpose, or in a p…
context
the background, setting, form or culture in which the text wa…
30 terms
AP English As I Lay Dying Vocabulary 2
tremulous
penurious
stertorous
stock
(adj.) characterized by trembling, as from fear, nervousness…
(adj.) stingy; miserly; niggardly
(adj.) characterized by heavy, noisy, or labored breathing; h…
(n.) a supply of goods kept on hand for sale; inventory
tremulous
(adj.) characterized by trembling, as from fear, nervousness…
penurious
(adj.) stingy; miserly; niggardly
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AS&PT vocabulary 2
Binary compound
Oxidation number
Valence electrons
Covalent bond
Molecule composed of two monatomic ions
Number that indicates how many electrons will be gained or lo…
Electrons located furthest from the nucleus; involved in chem…
Pair of electrons shared by two atoms
Binary compound
Molecule composed of two monatomic ions
Oxidation number
Number that indicates how many electrons will be gained or lo…
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BJU As Full as the World Vocabulary 2
amenities-pleasant or polite conversat…
*apprentice-a person who learns a skil…
*askew-not lined up or straight; awry
*breach-the breaking of a rule or cont…
...
...
...
...
amenities-pleasant or polite conversat…
...
*apprentice-a person who learns a skil…
...
50 terms
English Language AS and A2
Pathetic fallacy
Anaphora
Cataphora
Adverbial
the fallacy of attributing human feelings to inanimate objects
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
a reference in a text to something in the future, that follow…
a word or group of words function as an adverb
Pathetic fallacy
the fallacy of attributing human feelings to inanimate objects
Anaphora
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
20 terms
AS English Vocab unit 2
Adroit
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Peaceful, friendly
Having a deep-seated distaste, oppose, unwilling
Given to fighting, warlike, combative, aggressive, one at war…
Adroit
Skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Amicable
Peaceful, friendly
15 terms
AS vocabulary 2
Une affirmation
Je souffre
Surmonter
L'ecole devrait nous faire faire quelq…
A statement
I suffer
Overcome
The school should make us do something
Une affirmation
A statement
Je souffre
I suffer
844 terms
AS Latin Vocabulary (English & Latin)
a, ab
absum
ac, atque
accido
from, by
be absent, be away, be distant
and
happen
a, ab
from, by
absum
be absent, be away, be distant
40 terms
Steward AS English Gatsby Vocabulary
Defunct
Vestige
Swathe
Remote
No Longer in use
Visible evidence of something no longer there
To wrap up fully.
distant
Defunct
No Longer in use
Vestige
Visible evidence of something no longer there
25 terms
AS English 2 List 8
tort
nym
sanct
meta
twist
name
holy
change
tort
twist
nym
name
18 terms
Rosetta Stone English as a Second Language 2 U3L3
over there
lunch
cheap
expensive
over there
lunch
25 terms
AS English 2 Vocab 3
spec
duct
fer
pend
look
lead
carry
hang
spec
look
duct
lead
25 terms
AS English 2 Prefix Set 2
archy
ard
cide
ician
government
always
kill
specialist
archy
government
ard
always
20 terms
AS English III Vocab #2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
To approach and speak to someone aggressively
criticism
eager
slightly salty
accost
To approach and speak to someone aggressively
animadversion
criticism
31 terms
English 2 AS Vocab Fall
Askance
Affable
Chide
Countenance
adverb... 1. with disapproval, suspicion, or distrust... 2. with a…
adjective... gentle, gracious
verb... to scold
noun... appearance, especially of the face... verb... to give or expre…
Askance
adverb... 1. with disapproval, suspicion, or distrust... 2. with a…
Affable
adjective... gentle, gracious
51 terms
AS Economics UNIT 2 Vocabulary
Demand curve
Market demand
Demand schedule
Price mechanism
represents the relationship between the quantity demanded and…
the total amount demanded by consumers.
the data from which a demand curve is drawn.
the means of allocating resources in a market economy to chan…
Demand curve
represents the relationship between the quantity demanded and…
Market demand
the total amount demanded by consumers.
25 terms
As English 2 Vocab 13
chrome
form
sequ
glyc
color
shape
follow
sweet
chrome
color
form
shape
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