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ACT Vocabulary 3
licentious
numismatist
paucity
fatalistic
morally unrestrained... You know I'm so much purer than the com…
a coin, paper money, or medal collector... A __________ spoke o…
a small amount of something : an amount that is less than wha…
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
licentious
morally unrestrained... You know I'm so much purer than the com…
numismatist
a coin, paper money, or medal collector... A __________ spoke o…
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Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
Beckon
Imperceptible
Discontent
Befuddle
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
Dissatisfaction
Confuse
Beckon
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Imperceptible
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
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The Crucible Act 3 - Vocabulary
undermine
imperceptible
discontent
befuddle
to destroy or hinder normal operations
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
unhappy, upset
to confuse
undermine
to destroy or hinder normal operations
imperceptible
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
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ACT Prep Vocabulary 3
Astute
Bellicose
Capricious
Elusive
having or showing an ability to notice and understand things…
having or showing a tendency to argue or fight.
changing often and quickly; often changing suddenly in mood o…
hard to find or capture.
Astute
having or showing an ability to notice and understand things…
Bellicose
having or showing a tendency to argue or fight.
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ACT Vocabulary Set #3
Absorb
Aesthetic
Anecdote
Benevolent
to soak up or drink in
pertaining to beauty
short account of event
friendly, helpful
Absorb
to soak up or drink in
Aesthetic
pertaining to beauty
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
disruption
dutiful
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
something that breaks someone's concentration; bothersome; an…
respectful, obedient -"The ________ soldier stayed by his com…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
perjury
befuddled
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Lying under oath-"The witness committed _______ when he lied…
unable to think clearly- "Math classes __________me when I wa…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
perjury
befuddled
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Lying under oath-"The witness committed _______ when he lied…
unable to think clearly- "Math classes __________me when I wa…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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Act 3- Scene 3 Vocabulary
Laments
Aversion
Interposes
Consummately
Sorrow, regret; to mourn over... "But the moment ANNIE rising r…
Opposition, a dislike of something... "It's not unnatural, most…
To place between one thing and another... "He is starting after…
Completely, fulfill... ". . .has it ever occurred to you that o…
Laments
Sorrow, regret; to mourn over... "But the moment ANNIE rising r…
Aversion
Opposition, a dislike of something... "It's not unnatural, most…
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ACT Vocabulary- Set 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... -fortress…
equally skilled with either hand
delayed... -tardy, late... -timely
to give life or motion to... -enliven, encourage, excite... -quell
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... -fortress…
ambidextrous
equally skilled with either hand
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ACT Vocabulary Sets #3
nepotism
begrudge
glutinous
enmity
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power, espe…
to resent another's success; to envy
gluey; sticky
deep-seated hostility, often manual
nepotism
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power, espe…
begrudge
to resent another's success; to envy
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ACT Vocabulary #3
affiliations
anthology
inexhaustible
inherently
relationships, alliances; connections with organizations such…
a collection of short stories and/or poems; sometimes a colle…
unable to be depleted, used up or exhausted; tireless
based on the nature of something or of an individual; essenti…
affiliations
relationships, alliances; connections with organizations such…
anthology
a collection of short stories and/or poems; sometimes a colle…
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ACT Vocabulary 3
Adhere
Aloof
Ambiguous
Analyze
stick completely to a surface or substance; to believe in and…
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanation and…
Adhere
stick completely to a surface or substance; to believe in and…
Aloof
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
ACT Vocabulary List 3
acclaim
propagate
whimsical
trite
(noun) high praise. ... The newest movie in the popular film se…
(verb) to multiply, spread out... Rumors about Melody started t…
(adj) fanciful, full of whims... The WHIMSICAL little girl love…
(adj) not original, overused... Jasmine received a C on her ess…
acclaim
(noun) high praise. ... The newest movie in the popular film se…
propagate
(verb) to multiply, spread out... Rumors about Melody started t…
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ACT Vocabulary List 3
abjure
antebellum
auspicious
churlish
formally reject a former belief, statement, or action
belonging to a period before a war (esp. the American Civil W…
promising success; favored by fortune
having a bad disposition; difficult to work with
abjure
formally reject a former belief, statement, or action
antebellum
belonging to a period before a war (esp. the American Civil W…
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
Contentious
Deposition
Imperceptible
anonymity
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
barely noticeable
the condition of being unknown
Contentious
argumentative
Deposition
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
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Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
procure
devise
beseech
discourse
(verb) to get
(verb) to think out a plan
(verb) to beg
(noun) a discussion or conversation
procure
(verb) to get
devise
(verb) to think out a plan
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Macbeth Act 3 Vocabulary
Posterity
Verity
Parricide
Dauntless
n. all succeeding generations
n. truth; a fundamental belief
n. murder of a parent
adj. showing fearlessness and determination
Posterity
n. all succeeding generations
Verity
n. truth; a fundamental belief
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ACT Reading Vocabulary 3
affiliation
accurate
agenda
mission
(n.) an association with a group or organization;... alliance
(adj.) precise; free from error, correct
(n.) a list of things to do; an organized outline of the info…
(n.) calling; vocation
affiliation
(n.) an association with a group or organization;... alliance
accurate
(adj.) precise; free from error, correct
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ACT Vocabulary 3
ingratiate
impound
assent
gratis
to put yourself in good graces of others by trying
to take and keep in custody under the law
to agree
freely; without paying or charging (adv.)
ingratiate
to put yourself in good graces of others by trying
impound
to take and keep in custody under the law
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Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
Imperceptible
Discontent
Befuddle
Anonymity
adj. Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
n. Dissatisfaction
v. Confuse
n. The quality of not being identified
Imperceptible
adj. Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
Discontent
n. Dissatisfaction
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ACT Vocabulary Unit 3
boisterous
exhort
antipathy
unctuous
(adj.) loud, energetic
(v.) to urge strongly; to warn or appeal
(adj.) a strong dislike
(adj.) greasy, oily; smug and falsely earnest
boisterous
(adj.) loud, energetic
exhort
(v.) to urge strongly; to warn or appeal
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Crucible Vocabulary - Act 3
Contentious
Contemptuous
Affadavit
Imperceptible
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
showing the feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consi…
a written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use…
unaware or unconscious of something; unable to come to realiz…
Contentious
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
Contemptuous
showing the feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consi…
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
contentious
prodigious
effrontery
confounded
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
(n.) extreme and shameless boldness; presumptuousness; audacity
(v. or adj.) bewildered; confused; perplexed
contentious
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
prodigious
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
Contentious
Deposition
Imperceptible
anonymity
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
barely noticeable
the condition of being unknown
Contentious
argumentative
Deposition
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
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Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
She was a ___supporter of the new law.
I watched and laughed as my sister ___…
ruminate
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
vehement
recoiled
Think deeply about something
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
She was a ___supporter of the new law.
vehement
The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
contentious
deposition
imperceptible
deferentially
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
barely noticeable
in a manner that bows to another's wishes; very respectfully
contentious
argumentative
deposition
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
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Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
ruminate
surmise
recoil
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
Think deeply about something
A supposition that something may be true, even though there i…
Suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
ruminate
Think deeply about something
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Macbeth Act 3 Vocabulary
Posterity
Verity
Parricide
Dauntless
n. all succeeding generations
n. truth; a fundamental belief
n. murder of a parent
adj. showing fearlessness and determination
Posterity
n. all succeeding generations
Verity
n. truth; a fundamental belief
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 3 Vocabulary
apt
consort
discord
grievance
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
(v.) to associate; be friendly with
(n.) strife; conflict
(n.) injustice; complaint
apt
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
consort
(v.) to associate; be friendly with
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ACT Vocabulary 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
noun... a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... -fort…
adjective... equally skilled with either hand
adjective... Coming or occurring after the expected time... -delaye…
verb... to give life or motion to... -enliven, encourage, excite
edifice
noun... a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... -fort…
ambidextrous
adjective... equally skilled with either hand
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ACT Vocabulary- Set 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... synonym-fo…
equally skilled with either hand
delayed... synonym-tardy, late
to give life or motion to... synonym-enliven, encourage, excite
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... synonym-fo…
ambidextrous
equally skilled with either hand
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ACT VOCABULARY Quarter 3
Approbation
Amorous
Allegation
Ribald
To apporve
to show romantic feeling
To claim someone has done something without proog
foul-mouthed
Approbation
To apporve
Amorous
to show romantic feeling
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary Terms
Abundant
Wrath
Affidavit
Deposition
marked by great plenty
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath
testimony taken down in writing under oath
Abundant
marked by great plenty
Wrath
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
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ACT Vocabulary 3
Zealous
Fervent
Wistful
Visionary
Enthusiastically devoted, fervent
Impassioned, intense
Yearning, sadly longing
Dreamer, someone with impractical ideas about the future
Zealous
Enthusiastically devoted, fervent
Fervent
Impassioned, intense
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Crucible Vocabulary Act 3
affidavit
immaculate
qualm
callously
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
clean, spotless
misgiving, a feeling of uneasiness about a point
hardening, in a manner of showing no emotion
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
immaculate
clean, spotless
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ACT Vocabulary List 3
scapegoat
peremptory
atelier
axiom
one who bears the blame for others
not allowing refusal or delay
an artist's or a designer's workshop
a universal truth; an established rule
scapegoat
one who bears the blame for others
peremptory
not allowing refusal or delay
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Act 3 Vocabulary
Ascend
Beguile
Calamity
Asunder
to move upward
to deceive or mislead
a serious event causing misfortune
into separate parts or pieces
Ascend
to move upward
Beguile
to deceive or mislead
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ACT Vocabulary List 3
camaraderie
censure
circuitous
clairvoyant
trust among friends
to criticize harshly
indirect, roundabout
(one who is)/able to see the future
camaraderie
trust among friends
censure
to criticize harshly
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ACT vocabulary 3
austerity
cloister
discretion
edict
harshness
sheltered place
good sense
an order
austerity
harshness
cloister
sheltered place
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Act 3 Vocabulary
abundant
auger
deposition
effrontery
having plenty of something.
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
the process of giving sworn evidence.
insolent or impertinent behavior.
abundant
having plenty of something.
auger
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
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Hamlet Act 3 Vocabulary
Usurp
Epitaph
Beguile
Chaste
take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force
a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has d…
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
abstaining from extramarital, or from all, sexual intercourse.
Usurp
take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force
Epitaph
a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has d…
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Macbeth Act 3 Vocabulary
verity
dauntless
incensed
bounteous
1. The condition or quality of being true or accurate
Fearless, courageous; bold
Angered at something unjust or wrong; make very angry
given or giving freely
verity
1. The condition or quality of being true or accurate
dauntless
Fearless, courageous; bold
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ACT Vocabulary- Set 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... synonym-fo…
equally skilled with either hand
delayed... synonym-tardy, late
to give life or motion to... synonym-enliven, encourage, excite
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... synonym-fo…
ambidextrous
equally skilled with either hand
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Vocabulary (ACT) Lesson #3
Pedestrian
Bona Fide
Adventitious
Fecund
Ordinary or dull ... Antonym: Imaginative; Compelling
In good faith ... Antonym: Fraudulent; Phony
Accidental; Nonessential
Fertile; Productive... Antonym: Sterile
Pedestrian
Ordinary or dull ... Antonym: Imaginative; Compelling
Bona Fide
In good faith ... Antonym: Fraudulent; Phony
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ACT Vocabulary #3
acerbity
brevity
cotravene
derision
sourness, with bitterness and astringency
shortness of duration
to prevent or obstruct the operation of
ridicule
acerbity
sourness, with bitterness and astringency
brevity
shortness of duration
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"The Crucible" Vocabulary Act 3
Scorn (n)
Remorseless (adj)
Affidavit (n)
Deposition (n)
reject with contempt
without mercy or pity
written declaration made under oath
a pretrial interrogation of a witness
Scorn (n)
reject with contempt
Remorseless (adj)
without mercy or pity
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
dissembler
jocund
puling
agile
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
cheerful, merry
whining, whimpering
well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble
dissembler
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
jocund
cheerful, merry
Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
abundant
auger
deposition
effrontery
having plenty of something
a tool for digging holes
the act of giving sworn evidence or testimaony
rude behavior
abundant
having plenty of something
auger
a tool for digging holes
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Act 3 - National Government Vocabulary
Federal Government
Legislate
Execute
Interpret
National/Central/USA
To make laws
Carry Out or Enforce
To explain the meaning of
Federal Government
National/Central/USA
Legislate
To make laws
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