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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 1
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
verb; to lessen in intensity; subside, decrease
verb; to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
verb; to detest, loathe, hate strongly
verb; to find not guilty of a fault or crime
abate
verb; to lessen in intensity; subside, decrease
abet
verb; to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
English 3 Vocabulary 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminiate
to come forth or send forth
tastelessly; gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminiate
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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 2
altercation
ambivalent
amicable
anathema
noun; a heated argument; quarrel
adjective; being uncertain; unable to decide between two oppo…
adjective; friendly; peacable
noun; a greatly disliked, hated person or thing; a curse or p…
altercation
noun; a heated argument; quarrel
ambivalent
adjective; being uncertain; unable to decide between two oppo…
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Lesson 10 Vocabulary English 10
expound
cajole
inscrutable
balk
to explain in detail; to clarify
to persuade with false promises and flattery
not easily understood; hard to fathom
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery
English 10 Vocabulary
Abdicate - To give up a responsibility…
Abet - To help; especially in wrongdoi…
Abridge - To shorten; especially a spe…
Accolade - An award or honor.
The King decided to abdicate in favor of his son.... The Queen w…
He did not abet the murderers, yet he took them under his pro…
Scott and Hillary agreed to abridge their story, leaving out…
The CEO received accolades for business success.... Mrs. Fitzger…
Abdicate - To give up a responsibility…
The King decided to abdicate in favor of his son.... The Queen w…
Abet - To help; especially in wrongdoi…
He did not abet the murderers, yet he took them under his pro…
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English 10 vocabulary
concise (adj)
queasy (adj)
feet (n)
pounds (n)
clear and precise, but brief.
nauseous, feeling sick
A measure of height.
A measure of weight.
concise (adj)
clear and precise, but brief.
queasy (adj)
nauseous, feeling sick
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English 10 Vocabulary 10
astonished
accustomed
crouching
deem
If you walk in on a surprise party for you, you might feel this
when something is normal and every day for you, you have beco…
the position a lion might take when stalking its prey
If you think someone or something is important, you _____ it…
astonished
If you walk in on a surprise party for you, you might feel this
accustomed
when something is normal and every day for you, you have beco…
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English 10 Vocabulary 10: Criticism
acrimonious (adjective)
chastise (verb)
debunk (verb)
derogatory (adjective)
Bitter or sharp in language or tone
To punish or criticize severely
To expose or make fun of a false claim or an exaggeration
Insulting; belittling
acrimonious (adjective)
Bitter or sharp in language or tone
chastise (verb)
To punish or criticize severely
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English 10 Vocabulary Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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English 10 Unit 10 Vocabulary
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a countercharge
deserving blame
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
to reveal guilt or make someone appear guilty
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English 10 Vocabulary List E
benefactor
chivalrous
facile
malevolent
(n.) one who does good to others
(adj.) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly
(adj.) easily done or attained; superficial; ready, fluent; e…
(adj.) spiteful, showing ill wil
benefactor
(n.) one who does good to others
chivalrous
(adj.) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly
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English 10 Vocabulary 10
intricate
suffice
degenerate
sanctuary
complex; many parts arranged in complicated way
to be good enough
to worsen; deteriorate
a place of safety, protection, or relief
intricate
complex; many parts arranged in complicated way
suffice
to be good enough
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English 10 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
commemorate
cower
ethical
exhibit
to remember by holding a ceremony
to crouch down in fear
having to do with judgements about right and wrong
1. to show or present something... 2. a presentation
commemorate
to remember by holding a ceremony
cower
to crouch down in fear
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English 11: Vocabulary #10
engender (verb)
nuance (noun)
covert (adj.)
renown (noun)
to cause or give rise to
a subtle difference
not openly displayed
the state of being known and celebrated by many
engender (verb)
to cause or give rise to
nuance (noun)
a subtle difference
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English Vocabulary List #10
embellish
pious
supercilious
shirk
(vt) to add fanciful or ornamental details to; to improve (a…
(adj) having or showing religious devotion
(adj) proud and scornful; looking down on others
(vt/vi) to get out of doing or to leave undone
embellish
(vt) to add fanciful or ornamental details to; to improve (a…
pious
(adj) having or showing religious devotion
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English 10 Vocabulary List 2
aloof
avert
baffle
bewilder
(adj) distant, reserved, or indifferent
(v.t.) to turn away or aside
(adj) hopelessly confused, as by something complicated
(v.t.) to confuse so as to keep from understanding or solving
aloof
(adj) distant, reserved, or indifferent
avert
(v.t.) to turn away or aside
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Lesson 14 Vocabulary English 10
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
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English 10 Vocabulary Week 7
hyperacidity
hyperactive
hypercritical
hypersensitive
excessive acidity, especially in the stomach.
excessively active
excessively fault-finding; captious.
abnormally sensitive
hyperacidity
excessive acidity, especially in the stomach.
hyperactive
excessively active
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Midterm Vocabulary English 10
abomination
apathy
articulate
benevolent
a thing that causes disgust or hatred
Lack of interest or emotion
able to speak clearly and expressively
Kindly
abomination
a thing that causes disgust or hatred
apathy
Lack of interest or emotion
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Lesson 15 Vocabulary English 10
noxious
connive
chutzpah
liege
harmful to the health or well-being
to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
nerve;audacity
a lord, master, or sovereign
noxious
harmful to the health or well-being
connive
to cooperate secretly in wrongdoing
English 10 Vocabulary
bayonet ​... ​... ​
communal ​
harangued
repatriated
a swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of…
shared by all members of a community; for common use.
to address forcefully
to send a person or thing back to the country it came from
bayonet ​... ​... ​
a swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of…
communal ​
shared by all members of a community; for common use.
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English Vocabulary List 10
mirage
misanthropy
mode
muse
Unreal reflection; an optical illusion
Someone who hates mankind
A way or method of doing something; type, manner, fashion
To ponder; meditate; think about at length
mirage
Unreal reflection; an optical illusion
misanthropy
Someone who hates mankind
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Lesson 9 Vocabulary English 10
emulate
sere
enhance
contrite
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
dry and withered
to increase the value or beauty of something
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
emulate
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
sere
dry and withered
Mirus - English 10 Vocabulary
Abscond
Engross
Ambiguous
Dissuade
Escape, Leave; Depart secretly
To absorb all the attention or interest of
Open to more than one interpretation
Deter, Discourage
Abscond
Escape, Leave; Depart secretly
Engross
To absorb all the attention or interest of
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English 10-2 Final Vocabulary
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
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Lesson 12 Vocabulary English 10
altercation
lexicon
hue
galvanize
a heated argument
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
a particular shade of a given color
to startle into sudden activity
altercation
a heated argument
lexicon
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
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Lesson 8 Vocabulary English 10
abate
decorum
abhor
dole
to lesson in violence or intensity
conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
to detest; to hate strongly
to distribute; to give out sparingly
abate
to lesson in violence or intensity
decorum
conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper behavior
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English 9--Vocabulary 10
credentials
cumbersome
genial
hoax
(n.) written evidence showing that a person has a right to a…
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
(adj.) cordial, pleasantly cheerful or warm
(n.) an act intended to trick or deceive, a fraud; (v.) to tr…
credentials
(n.) written evidence showing that a person has a right to a…
cumbersome
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary English 10
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
a letter of literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle
a letter of literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Lesson 4 Vocabulary English 10
candid
expunge
bigot
negligence
outspoken; blunt
to erase or eliminate
one who is intolerant of differences in others
carless neglect, often resulting in injury
candid
outspoken; blunt
expunge
to erase or eliminate
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Lesson 6 Vocabulary English 10
nuance
condone
enigma
connoisseur
a slight or subtle degree of difference
to forgive or overlook an offense
a mystery; something seemingly inexplicable
an expert in matters of culture, food, or wine
nuance
a slight or subtle degree of difference
condone
to forgive or overlook an offense
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Lesson 7 vocabulary English 10
cynical
ambivalent
demagogue
demure
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing,…
a leader who appeals to citizens' emotions to obtain power
quiet and modest; reserved
cynical
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
ambivalent
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing,…
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Lesson 5 Vocabulary English 10
inexorable
rancor
clement
extol
unrelenting; unavoidable
extreme hatred or ill will
merciful; lenient
to praise highly
inexorable
unrelenting; unavoidable
rancor
extreme hatred or ill will
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English 10 Exam Vocabulary Review - Pt 2
sparse
antiquated
philanthropy
implacable
meager, scant; scattered
No longer used or useful; very old; archaic
charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness; love of mank…
unable to be calmed down or made peaceful
sparse
meager, scant; scattered
antiquated
No longer used or useful; very old; archaic
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English 10: "Lamb to the Slaughter" Vocabulary
anxiety
placid
luxuriate
administered
n. state of being worried or uneasy
adj. calm; tranquil
v. (used with "in) take great pleasure
adj. given, applied
anxiety
n. state of being worried or uneasy
placid
adj. calm; tranquil
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English 10 Vocabulary Quiz #3
chaos
chastise
chronological
clamor
complete confusion
to punish
arranged in order
loud noise
chaos
complete confusion
chastise
to punish
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Lesson 16 Vocabulary English 10
pique
linguistics
plebeian
precocious
to cause resentment; to provoke
the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning of…
noun: a commoner; one from the lower class... Adj: common or vul…
showing early development, especially mental
pique
to cause resentment; to provoke
linguistics
the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning of…
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English 10: "By the Waters of Babylon" Vocabulary
forbidden
ignorant
purify
ruins
not allowed
without knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unso…
To make clean
the remains of a building that has fallen down
forbidden
not allowed
ignorant
without knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unso…
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English 10 Vocabulary 3
avarice
avid
bacchanalian
balk
noun; excessive greed; desire for wealth
adjective; eager; extremely interested
adjective; wild drunkedness
verb; to stop short and refuse to continue; to obstruct
avarice
noun; excessive greed; desire for wealth
avid
adjective; eager; extremely interested
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English 10 Lesson 10
Acute
Anonymous
Apprehensive
Arrogant
very great
having an unknown author
fearful
showing too much self-importance
Acute
very great
Anonymous
having an unknown author
English 10 Vocabulary Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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English 10 Vocabulary 3/Ouren
avarice
avid
bacchanalian
balk
noun; excessive greed; desire for wealth
adjective; eager; extremely interested
adjective; wild drunkedness
verb; to stop short and refuse to continue; to obstruct
avarice
noun; excessive greed; desire for wealth
avid
adjective; eager; extremely interested
English IV Vocabulary 10
deter
devoid
diatribe
diffident
to discourage; to keep someone from doing something
entirely without; lacking
a bitter verbal attack
lacking self-confidence; timid
deter
to discourage; to keep someone from doing something
devoid
entirely without; lacking
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Thurman English I Vocabulary 10
plaintiff
credentials
larceny
quorum
a person who initiates a lawsuit; the complaining party
written evidence showing that a person has a certain position…
theft; unlawful taking and carrying away of another's property
the minimum number of members needed at a meeting to make off…
plaintiff
a person who initiates a lawsuit; the complaining party
credentials
written evidence showing that a person has a certain position…
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English 10 lesson 13 with vocabulary cartoons
prevail
Compatible
accessible
awe
The boat with the biggest sail _____s. Or The coach _____ed u…
Pat and the Bull are _____roommates. Or The fishing rod is __…
The internet was _____ through Wifi. Or The water fountain wa…
Everyone was in _____ of Pierre's new saw. Or We were _____d…
prevail
The boat with the biggest sail _____s. Or The coach _____ed u…
Compatible
Pat and the Bull are _____roommates. Or The fishing rod is __…
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Kirk English 10 Vocabulary 1-80
laconic
pall
meretricious
precipitate
(adj.) Concise, using few words... Brief and to the point
An extreme or unnatural paleness; a cloth draped over a coffi…
Attractive in a vulgar or flashy way, tawdry; deceptive... gaudy…
to throw violently or bring about abruptly; lacking deliberat…
laconic
(adj.) Concise, using few words... Brief and to the point
pall
An extreme or unnatural paleness; a cloth draped over a coffi…
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English III -Vocabulary 10
minor
apprentice
expert
offspring
n. someone who is under the age of 18, not yet an adult... adj.…
n. A person who works for another in order to learn a trade
n. A person who has mastered a specific subject, usually thro…
n. Children or young of a person, animal, or plant
minor
n. someone who is under the age of 18, not yet an adult... adj.…
apprentice
n. A person who works for another in order to learn a trade
English 10 vocabulary
balls
handbags
hats
a pair of glasses
những quả bóng
những chiếc cặp
những chiếc nón
kính mắt
balls
những quả bóng
handbags
những chiếc cặp
English 10 Vocabulary 1:5
capsize
contend (v)
contentious (adj)
decease (n)
overturn; upset
compete; vie; take part in a contest; fight; struggle
quarrelsome; belligerent
death; demise
capsize
overturn; upset
contend (v)
compete; vie; take part in a contest; fight; struggle
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Honors English 10 Vocabulary: S1 Exam
acerbic
apathetic
complacent
dejected
bitter, sharp in taste or temper
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
self-satisfied, overly content
depressed
acerbic
bitter, sharp in taste or temper
apathetic
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
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