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ACT Vocabulary 2
expedite
temperate
shrewd
convention
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
clever in practical matters; cunning; mentally sharp or cleve…
a generally agreed-upon practice or attitude... -We went to a w…
expedite
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
temperate
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
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ACT Vocabulary Set #2
Abnormal
Advocate
Anachronistic
Assiduous
departing from the normal, i.e. in intelligence and development
to be in favor of something
out-of-date
hard-working
Abnormal
departing from the normal, i.e. in intelligence and development
Advocate
to be in favor of something
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ACT Vocabulary #2
abridgment
baleful
complacent
detriment
a condensed form as of a book or play
malignant
pleased or satisfied with oneself
something that causes damage, depreciation, or loss
abridgment
a condensed form as of a book or play
baleful
malignant
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
ominous
foreboding
apocalyptic
anthropomorphism
adjective-suggesting danger
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
adjective-describing the complete destruction of the world
abstract noun- the process of giving human characteristics to…
ominous
adjective-suggesting danger
foreboding
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
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Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
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ACT Vocabulary 2/22
Solipsistic
Repudiate
Pithy
Obfuscate
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
(adj.) concisely meaningful; short but full of meaning
(v.) to render incomprehensible
Solipsistic
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
Repudiate
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
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Macbeth vocabulary Act 2
ominous
foreboding
apocalyptic
menacing
(adj) - suggesting danger
(adj) - a feeling that something bad will happen
(adj) - describing the complete destruction of the world
(adj) - suggesting danger or harm
ominous
(adj) - suggesting danger
foreboding
(adj) - a feeling that something bad will happen
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ACT Vocabulary Unit 2
ubiquitous
latent
pragmatic
naive
(adj.) present everywhere
(adj.) hidden, but capable of being exposed
(adj) practical, sensible, logical
(adj.) innocent, showing lack of worldly knowledge and experi…
ubiquitous
(adj.) present everywhere
latent
(adj.) hidden, but capable of being exposed
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 2
ameliorate
avidly
base
blasphemy
To improve
Enthusiastically
lowly, evil
Speech which offends religious sentiments
ameliorate
To improve
avidly
Enthusiastically
ACT Vocabulary- Set 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine... -unite, merge... -splinter, disunite
mentally ill; insane... -deranged, insane... -sane
to sharpen... -dull
to besiege by encircling... -surround, annoy... -evade
amalgamate
to combine... -unite, merge... -splinter, disunite
demented
mentally ill; insane... -deranged, insane... -sane
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ACT Vocabulary #2
Amalgamate
Antiquated
Beleaguer
Caricature
To combine; unite, merge
No longer used or useful; very old
To besiege by encircling (as with an army); to harass
An exaggerated portrayal of one's features
Amalgamate
To combine; unite, merge
Antiquated
No longer used or useful; very old
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
(v) to censure severely or angrily
(n) a state of conflict between persons
(n) an expression of strong disapproval
(n) an unshakable belief in something w/out need for proof or…
reprimand
(v) to censure severely or angrily
friction
(n) a state of conflict between persons
ACT Reading Vocabulary 2
central
myth
concede
legitimacy
(adj.) essential; principal; foremost; dominant; primary
(n.) an unfounded or false notion
(v.) to admit as true; to yield, submit
(n.) lawfulness; legality
central
(adj.) essential; principal; foremost; dominant; primary
myth
(n.) an unfounded or false notion
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ACT Vocabulary 2
imminent
inevitable
intuition
justify
about to happen
unavoidable [or] when used as a noun, a situation that is una…
the ability to understand something before using conscious re…
to show or prove to be right [or] to be a good reason for doi…
imminent
about to happen
inevitable
unavoidable [or] when used as a noun, a situation that is una…
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ACT Vocabulary 2 Fine
expedite
temperate
shrewd
convention
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
clever in practical matters; cunning; mentally sharp or cleve…
a generally agreed-upon practice or attitude... -We went to a w…
expedite
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
temperate
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
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ACT Vocabulary- Set 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine... Synonym-unite, merge
mentally ill; insane... Synonym-deranged, insane
to sharpen
to surround... Synonym- annoy
amalgamate
to combine... Synonym-unite, merge
demented
mentally ill; insane... Synonym-deranged, insane
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
Lament (v)
entreat (v)
augment (v)
sentinel (n)
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
to make an earnest request
to make greater or supplement
one who keeps guard as a sentry
Lament (v)
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
entreat (v)
to make an earnest request
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Act 2 Vocabulary
grotesque
valiant
rapier
anon
ugly, comically repulsive
worthy, strong, courageous
long, thin sword
shortly
grotesque
ugly, comically repulsive
valiant
worthy, strong, courageous
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ACT Vocabulary 2
expedite
temperate
shrewd
convention
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
clever in practical matters; cunning; mentally sharp or cleve…
a generally agreed-upon practice or attitude... -We went to a w…
expedite
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
temperate
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
Exaltation
Enrapture
Falter
Magistrate
the elevation of a person, as to the status of a god
hold spellbound
the act of pausing uncertainly
a lay judge or civil authority who administers the law
Exaltation
the elevation of a person, as to the status of a god
Enrapture
hold spellbound
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
censure severely or angrily
a state of conflict between two persons
an expression of strong disapproval
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
reprimand
censure severely or angrily
friction
a state of conflict between two persons
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
Lament (v)
augment (v)
sentinel (n)
summons
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
to make greater or supplement
one who keeps guard as a sentry
A formal notice from the court ordering the defendant to appp…
Lament (v)
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
augment (v)
to make greater or supplement
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augment
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augment
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
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Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
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The Crucible Act 2 - vocabulary
condemn
lofty
bewilder
ameliorate
v. to give someone a legal sentence; to judge someone as guilty
adj. of high rank or character; acting with an arrogant or su…
v. to confuse or puzzle someone
v. to improve or make something better
condemn
v. to give someone a legal sentence; to judge someone as guilty
lofty
adj. of high rank or character; acting with an arrogant or su…
Act 2: Macbeth Vocabulary
clutch
conclusion
contradict
repose
to grasp and hold tightly
A summary based on evidence or facts
to speak against; to say the opposite
(v.) to rest; lie; place; (n.) relaxation, peace of mind, cal…
clutch
to grasp and hold tightly
conclusion
A summary based on evidence or facts
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augment
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augment
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
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The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
ameliorate
covet
flinch
gingerly
to make better
to wish, long, or crave for
to draw back, as with fear or pain
with extreme care or delicacy
ameliorate
to make better
covet
to wish, long, or crave for
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
ominous
foreboding
apocalyptic
anthropomorphism
adjective-suggesting danger
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
adjective-describing the complete destruction of the world
abstract noun- the process of giving human characteristics to…
ominous
adjective-suggesting danger
foreboding
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
Lament (v)
augment (v)
sentinel (n)
summons
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
to make greater or supplement
one who keeps guard as a sentry
A formal notice from the court ordering the defendant to appear
Lament (v)
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
augment (v)
to make greater or supplement
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augment
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augment
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
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ACT vocabulary 2
cloak
chariot
strange
mistaken
a loose outer garment, usually without sleeves; cape
a wheeled, horse-drawn cart used in battle
out of the ordinary and unexpected
wrong about something
cloak
a loose outer garment, usually without sleeves; cape
chariot
a wheeled, horse-drawn cart used in battle
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
Lament (v)
augment (v)
sentinel (n)
summons
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
to make greater or supplement
one who keeps guard as a sentry
A formal notice from the court ordering the defendant to appe…
Lament (v)
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
augment (v)
to make greater or supplement
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ACT Reading Vocabulary 2
central
myth
concede
legitimacy
(adj.) used about the part of an organization, system etc whi…
(n.) an unfounded or false notion
(v.) to admit as true; to yield, submit
(n.) lawfulness; legality
central
(adj.) used about the part of an organization, system etc whi…
myth
(n.) an unfounded or false notion
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ACT Week 2 Vocabulary
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
Violent whirlpool; any chaotic, turbulent situation
correction of errors; improvement
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
(n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augement
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augement
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
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Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
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ACT Vocabulary- Set 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine... Synonym-unite, merge
mentally ill; insane... Synonym-deranged, insane
to sharpen
to surround... Synonym- annoy
amalgamate
to combine... Synonym-unite, merge
demented
mentally ill; insane... Synonym-deranged, insane
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Julius Caesar Act 2 Vocabulary
disjoin
ascend
instigate
petition
Disconnected
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
(v.) to urge on; to stir up, provoke, start, incite
A formal request.
disjoin
Disconnected
ascend
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
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ACT Vocabulary 2/22
Solipsistic
Repudiate
Pithy
Obfuscate
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
(adj.) concisely meaningful; short but full of meaning
(v.) to render incomprehensible
Solipsistic
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
Repudiate
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
ACT 2 Vocabulary
ameliorate
avid
crone
Flailing
make better
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
an old woman who is thin and ugly.
wave or swing or cause to wave or swing wildly.
ameliorate
make better
avid
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augement
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augement
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
10 terms
Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
augement
multitudinous
palpable
stealthy
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
containing many elements; numerous
to be able to felt or touched
behaving in a secretive or sneaky manner
augement
to make something greater by adding to it; to expand
multitudinous
containing many elements; numerous
Vocabulary: Act 2
Technicality
Sadist
Pantomime
Insignificant
a minor detail.
one who takes pleasure in hurting someone else.
acting without words.
a very small detail with little importance; not important.
Technicality
a minor detail.
Sadist
one who takes pleasure in hurting someone else.
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ACT Math Vocabulary 2
absolute value
binomial
coefficient
domain
The distance a number is from zero on a number line
consisting of two names or terms
A number multiplied by a variable in an algebraic expression.
the set of values of the independent variable for which a fun…
absolute value
The distance a number is from zero on a number line
binomial
consisting of two names or terms
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ACT vocabulary
licentious
numismatist
paucity
fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
a coin collector
Scarcity, lack ant: abundance
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
licentious
Morally unrestrained
numismatist
a coin collector
ACT vocabulary set #2
Condone
Impeccable
Pliable
Refute
To pardon, deliberately overlook
exemplary, flawless
flexible
to prove wrong
Condone
To pardon, deliberately overlook
Impeccable
exemplary, flawless
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ACT Vocabulary 1 &2 Fine
competence
guile
inhibit
espouse
the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically…
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception... -A…
to put down by force or authority... -You shouldn't allow fear…
take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and…
competence
the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically…
guile
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception... -A…
Act 2 Vocabulary
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd
marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy
jest
to joke
impetuous
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
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