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Vocabulary 14 for English 10
Expel
Vaccine
Consensus
Objectivity
cast out by force
medication to prevent disease
group agreement
impersonal, unbiased view/fair
Expel
cast out by force
Vaccine
medication to prevent disease
Vocabulary List #9 English 10
ghetto
exodus
sanctity
mournful
a poor densely populated city district
a journey by a group to escape from a hostile environment
the quality of being holy
expressing sorrow
ghetto
a poor densely populated city district
exodus
a journey by a group to escape from a hostile environment
Vocabulary List #7 English 10
reminisce
wrath
sufficient
refuge
to recall the past
intense anger, usually on an epic scale
of a quantity that can fulfill a need or requirement
a shelter from danger or hardship
reminisce
to recall the past
wrath
intense anger, usually on an epic scale
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 17
Intuition
obscure
distill
enigma
(n) the power of knowing immediately and without conscious; s…
(adj) not easily seen, heard, felt, understood, or noticed; n…
(vi) to fall or let fall in drops; (vt) to purify, refine, or…
(n) something hard to understand or explain; mystery; puzzle
Intuition
(n) the power of knowing immediately and without conscious; s…
obscure
(adj) not easily seen, heard, felt, understood, or noticed; n…
Vocabulary List #12 English 10
lancet
sylvan
voluptuous
virile
a surgical instrument; an arch or window in architecture
characteristic of or found in woods or forests; wooded
derived from gratification of the senses; also used to descri…
masculine; capable of procreation; forceful
lancet
a surgical instrument; an arch or window in architecture
sylvan
characteristic of or found in woods or forests; wooded
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 5
inexorable
askew
encumber
rejuvenate
(adj) not capable of being persuaded by pleas
(adv; adj) out of line; crooked; awry; to one side
(vt) to burden, weigh down, put a heavy load on
(vt) to make young or youthful again
inexorable
(adj) not capable of being persuaded by pleas
askew
(adv; adj) out of line; crooked; awry; to one side
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 1
absolve
adamant
amiable
amoral
to clear of guilt; to find innocent
firm; stubborn
good-natured; friendly and pleasant
lacking ethical principles; without morals
absolve
to clear of guilt; to find innocent
adamant
firm; stubborn
12 terms
English 10: "Two Kinds" Vocabulary
prodigy
lamented
listlessly
mesmerizing
n. child of highly unusual talent or genius
v. said with regret or sorrow; regretted intensely
adv. without energy or interest
v. (used as adj.) spellbinding; fascinating
prodigy
n. child of highly unusual talent or genius
lamented
v. said with regret or sorrow; regretted intensely
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 13
skepticism
quarry
diminish
profusion
(n) a doubting or questioning attitude, esp. religious
(n) anything being hunted or pursued, esp. an animal (being h…
(vt) to make, or make seem, smaller; reduced in size, degree,…
(n) a great quality or amount; abundance; extravagance; a pou…
skepticism
(n) a doubting or questioning attitude, esp. religious
quarry
(n) anything being hunted or pursued, esp. an animal (being h…
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 8
conviction
forlorn
formidable
adversary
(n) a strong opinion or belief
(adj) seeming to be sad or lonely due to desertion or abandon…
(adj) arousing fear or dread; inspiring awe; admirable
(n) an opponent or enemy
conviction
(n) a strong opinion or belief
forlorn
(adj) seeming to be sad or lonely due to desertion or abandon…
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 3
demise
overwrought
synthesize
compensate
(n) death or the end of existence, activity, or functionality
(adj) very nervous or excited; having too much decoration; ov…
(vt) to bring together into a whole by uniting separate parts
(vt) to make up for; to make satisfactory payment to; reimburse
demise
(n) death or the end of existence, activity, or functionality
overwrought
(adj) very nervous or excited; having too much decoration; ov…
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 14
Heinous
Cower
Wretched
Embody
(adj) outrageously evil or wicked; abominable; hateful
(vi) to crouch or huddle up, as from fear; to shrink and trem…
(adj) very unhappy; miserable; very unfortunate in condition…
(vt) to give physical form to (something); to encompass or re…
Heinous
(adj) outrageously evil or wicked; abominable; hateful
Cower
(vi) to crouch or huddle up, as from fear; to shrink and trem…
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary List 6
futile
laborious
abysmal
resolute
(adj) having no useful result; ineffectual; pointless
(adj) demanding great effort; difficult
(adj) bad or wretched beyond measure; too deep to be measured
(adj) firm or determined; unwavering
futile
(adj) having no useful result; ineffectual; pointless
laborious
(adj) demanding great effort; difficult
10 terms
Vocabulary 10 English
emissary
encore
entice
epic
a person sent on a mission to represent another's interest; a…
noun- a further performance given on audience demand;... verb- t…
to tempt; to attract; to lure
noun- a long poem about the adcentures of a great hero;... adjec…
emissary
a person sent on a mission to represent another's interest; a…
encore
noun- a further performance given on audience demand;... verb- t…
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 4
deterrent
implication
inequity
infirmity
a prevention; something that prevents
something suggested; a hint
an injustice; unfairness
a disability; a physical weakness
deterrent
a prevention; something that prevents
implication
something suggested; a hint
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 7
calamity
comprehensive
conventional
flagrant
a tragedy; great loss
complete; including all or much
usual; customary; ordinary
obvious; outrageous
calamity
a tragedy; great loss
comprehensive
complete; including all or much
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
Presumptuous
Carouse
Brazen
Consternation
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
(adj) bold and without shame
(n) feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something une…
Presumptuous
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
Carouse
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
Vocabulary List #8 English 10
wallow
barter
execute
crucible
to devote oneself entirely to something
exchange goods without involving money; trade
put in effect; to carry out
a vessel used for high temperature chemical reactions
wallow
to devote oneself entirely to something
barter
exchange goods without involving money; trade
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 7A
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with…
great confusion;disorder
abhor
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
amend
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj.) associated, connected
To find out
(n.) an accomplishment, the act of achieving
(v.) to give or pass on as an inheritance
affiliated
(adj.) associated, connected
ascertain
To find out
20 terms
Unit 1 English 10 Vocabulary
opulent
bereft
ambidextrous
deploy
(adj.) wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
able to use both hands equally well
(v.) to position or arrange; to utilize; to form up
opulent
(adj.) wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose
bereft
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
10 terms
English Vocabulary Terms 1-10
melancholy
blunder
prudent
pacify
A gloomy state of mind
error; stupid mistake
careful, cautious
(v.) to make peaceful or calm; to soothe
melancholy
A gloomy state of mind
blunder
error; stupid mistake
Vocabulary List #11 English 10
Harlequin
disheveled
confectioner
pullet
a buffoon in general; an entertainer that wears tacky clothin…
hair hanging uncombed and loose
one who makes or sells foods that have sugar in them
a hen or chicken; of the same origin
Harlequin
a buffoon in general; an entertainer that wears tacky clothin…
disheveled
hair hanging uncombed and loose
Vocabulary List #6 English 10
indifference
laden
ensue
maul
apathy (an absence of emotion or enthusiasm) demonstrated by…
filled with a great quantity
issue or terminate in a specified way
to injure badly
indifference
apathy (an absence of emotion or enthusiasm) demonstrated by…
laden
filled with a great quantity
Vocabulary List #14 English 10
countenance
cardinal
scabbard
lackey
to give support; to make a show of
a rank of nobility and a high member of the Catholic Church
a case used to carry a sword, often carried on a belt
a male servant of low rank; footman
countenance
to give support; to make a show of
cardinal
a rank of nobility and a high member of the Catholic Church
Unit 9 Vocabulary English 10
Tort/Torg
Tortuous
Retort
Extort
to twist
not direct or straightforward
To respond critically or sarcastically
to wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a demand
Tort/Torg
to twist
Tortuous
not direct or straightforward
5 terms
English 10 June Vocabulary
profaned
pernicious
augment
portenous
(v) to treat something sacred with disrespect
(adj.) destructive, deadly
(v) to add to, make greater or bigger
(adj.) ominously indicative of the future, something bad is c…
profaned
(v) to treat something sacred with disrespect
pernicious
(adj.) destructive, deadly
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 2
curt
demoralize
dilemma
inclination
abrupt; rudely brief
to discourage; to weaken the confidence
a difficult choice
a tendency; a leaning
curt
abrupt; rudely brief
demoralize
to discourage; to weaken the confidence
10 terms
Lesson 1 - words #1-10 Vocabulary 10-3 English
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
verb. ... to corrupt something or make it worse. ... You should a…
adj.... being able to write with both hands, being skilled at so…
v.... to make bigger... My mother augmented my punishment for not d…
adj.... to be sorrowful or to be without something... The flood le…
adulterate
verb. ... to corrupt something or make it worse. ... You should a…
ambidextrous
adj.... being able to write with both hands, being skilled at so…
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 5
allusion
altruistic
appease
arbitrary
an indirect reference
unselfish
to calm, especially giving into the demands of
impulsive; determined by personal judgment
allusion
an indirect reference
altruistic
unselfish
10 terms
English 10: Vocabulary Unit 1
Acronym
Affix
Coinage
Colloquial
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
To attach something
An invented word or phrase
Typical of informal language usage; conversatioonal
Acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
Affix
To attach something
15 terms
English II, Vocabulary List #10
amputate
aptitude
beneficiary
boon
to cut off a body part, especially by surgery
a natural talent
one who benefits or gains an advantage from something
a welcoming gift or blessing
amputate
to cut off a body part, especially by surgery
aptitude
a natural talent
10 terms
English 10 Vocabulary 3
acclaim
adjacent
elicit
engross
praise; great applause; enthusiastic approval
close; near to (something)
to bring out; to draw forth
to hold the interest or attention of; absorb
acclaim
praise; great applause; enthusiastic approval
adjacent
close; near to (something)
Unit 10 - Vocabulary for English 10
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
v. to do away with legal penalties for
v. to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
n. an accusation made in reply; a counter charge
adj. deserving blame
decriminalize
v. to do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
v. to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
English 10 Vocabulary Final
acquiesce
amiable
illusion
allusion
submit or comply without a fight
good-natured; agreeable
something that deceives or misleads
reference to a piece of literature or historical event
acquiesce
submit or comply without a fight
amiable
good-natured; agreeable
English 10 - Vocabulary Chapter 25
Disparity
Forestall
Insidious
Insinuate
A contrast
To keep from happening
Subtly harmful
To hint
Disparity
A contrast
Forestall
To keep from happening
62 terms
English 10 vocabulary
blitzkreig
insidious
enmity
vulnerable
an all-out attach, a lightning war
treacherous or deceitful, intending to entrap
mutual hatred, hostility, or ill will
able to be hurt; exposed and unprotected; open to attack
blitzkreig
an all-out attach, a lightning war
insidious
treacherous or deceitful, intending to entrap
20 terms
English 10 ECA Vocabulary
genres
theme
voice
mood
A category in which literature is classified
Underlying message about life or human nature
Writers unique use of language
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates
genres
A category in which literature is classified
theme
Underlying message about life or human nature
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
Advanced English 10 Vocabularies
Sardonic (adj.)
Enticing
Prominent
Patron
Grimly mocking ; 嘲諷
...
...
...
Sardonic (adj.)
Grimly mocking ; 嘲諷
Enticing
...
20 terms
English Unit 10 Vocabulary
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
adjective- thoroughly skilled... noun- an expert
verb- to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a highe…
adjective- bare dreary dismal
verb- to blame; scold
adept
adjective- thoroughly skilled... noun- an expert
aspire
verb- to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a highe…
38 terms
English 10 Vocabulary Practice
emollient
mollify
molli-
chron-
soothing, softening
to soften in temper; soothe
soft (root)
time (root)
emollient
soothing, softening
mollify
to soften in temper; soothe
47 terms
English 10 Final Vocabulary 2016
excursion
adorn
reverence
distinguish
short journey or trip
to make (someone or something) more attractive by adding some…
deep respect for something or someone
recognize or treat (something or someone) as different
excursion
short journey or trip
adorn
to make (someone or something) more attractive by adding some…
10 terms
Vocabulary #2: English 10
Validate
Unilateral
Tumult
Travesty
to confirm or verify
acting alone
loud noise or disturbance
a misrepresentation of something
Validate
to confirm or verify
Unilateral
acting alone
10 terms
Vocabulary #3: English 10
Authentic
Belligerent
Bolster
Bureaucratic
genuine, real
hostile, threatening
support or strengthen; prop up
relating to the business of running a government or other org…
Authentic
genuine, real
Belligerent
hostile, threatening
English Vocabulary Week 10
tactile (adj.)
penurious (adj.)
conundrum (n.)
deride (v.)
touchable, tangible
Poor, poverty-stricken
Puzzle or riddle
To mock something or someone
tactile (adj.)
touchable, tangible
penurious (adj.)
Poor, poverty-stricken
19 terms
English 2 - Week 10 Vocabulary
area
bee
cottage
country / countryside
part of a place, town, etc., or a region of a country or the…
a black and yellow flying insect that can sting
a small house, especially in the countryside
land outside town and cities, with fields, woods, etc.
area
part of a place, town, etc., or a region of a country or the…
bee
a black and yellow flying insect that can sting
14 terms
Aug. 15 English 10 Vocabulary
Thesis Statement
Topic Sentence
Claim or Declaration
Opposition
states the purpose of a paper or essay
The first sentence in a body paragraph of an essay that provi…
A statement you believe to be true; an assertion of something…
Important to include in an argument because it shows you have…
Thesis Statement
states the purpose of a paper or essay
Topic Sentence
The first sentence in a body paragraph of an essay that provi…
20 terms
English~ Vocabulary List #10
acquit
complex
consign
effrontery
verb... 1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; dis…
adjective... having varied interrelated parts, and therefore har…
verb... give, transfer, or deliver, as if by signing over; hand…
noun... shameless boldness; insolence; gall; temerity; nerve; ch…
acquit
verb... 1. relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; dis…
complex
adjective... having varied interrelated parts, and therefore har…
10 terms
Vocabulary #1: English 10
Abstract
Admonish
Advocate
Alternative
not concrete or physical
to warn
to support
a possibility
Abstract
not concrete or physical
Admonish
to warn
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