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English Antigone Vocabulary 2
Anarchist
Anarchist
Anarchy
Noun
A person who rebels against all authroity or who believes gov…
A person who believes in, advocates, or believes in anarchy;…
A situation in which the people in a country or organization…
Anarchy what part of speech
Anarchist
A person who rebels against all authroity or who believes gov…
Anarchist
A person who believes in, advocates, or believes in anarchy;…
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English 2: Antigone Vocabulary
malady
guiled
belies
temperate
a disease or ailment
a trick; to deceive
fail to give a true notion or impression of
of, relating to, or denoting a region or climate characterize…
malady
a disease or ailment
guiled
a trick; to deceive
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English 2 Antigone Vocabulary
Tragic Hero
Aside
Dramatic irony
Monologue
a literary character who makes a judgment error that inevitab…
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
the outcome is contrary to what was expected.
a long speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of…
Tragic Hero
a literary character who makes a judgment error that inevitab…
Aside
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
25 terms
English 2 Antigone Vocabulary
Repulse
Sated
Auspicious
Contempt
driving back; repelling
filled; satisfied
of good omen, favorable
thought; thoughtful
Repulse
driving back; repelling
Sated
filled; satisfied
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English Antigone Vocabulary 2
Orchestra
Parados
Amphitheater
Skene
A group of instramentalist
An elevation of earth behind a fortified place as protection…
A round oval building, typically roofed with a central space…
The structure at the back of the theatre stage
Orchestra
A group of instramentalist
Parados
An elevation of earth behind a fortified place as protection…
27 terms
English 2: Antigone Vocabulary
repulse
sated
swagger
auspicious
driving back; repelling
filled; satisfied
arrogant strut
promising success; favorable
repulse
driving back; repelling
sated
filled; satisfied
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English Antigone Vocabulary 2
Edict
Fratricidal
Kinsman
Rites
Official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority.
relating to or denoting conflit within a single family or org…
(in anthropological or formal use) one of person's blood rela…
a body of customary observances characteristic of a church or…
Edict
Official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority.
Fratricidal
relating to or denoting conflit within a single family or org…
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English Antigone Vocabulary #2
Insolence
Brazen
Subordinate
Malicious
Rudeness, lack of respect
Acting in a bold or shocking way without shame or embarrassment
In a position of less power or authority than someone else
Having a desire to cause harm to another person
Insolence
Rudeness, lack of respect
Brazen
Acting in a bold or shocking way without shame or embarrassment
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Antigone Vocabulary English 2 Honors
Stampeding
Havoc
Brazen
Akin
to run away in a large group from something especially becaus…
wide and general destruction; great confusion and disorder
made of brass
related by blood
Stampeding
to run away in a large group from something especially becaus…
Havoc
wide and general destruction; great confusion and disorder
20 terms
English Antigone Vocabulary List 2
Pomp... Noun
Transgress... Verb
Precept... Noun
Anarchist... Adjective
A show of magnificence
To violate a command or law
A command or principle intended especially as a general rule…
A person who rebels against any authority, established order,…
Pomp... Noun
A show of magnificence
Transgress... Verb
To violate a command or law
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Antigone (vocabulary CP English 2)
Gravity
Grievous
Guile
Haughty
Seriousness, Importance
Characterized by severe suffering or sorrow, serious or grave
Deceitfulness, duplicity
Arrogant , excessively proud and vain
Gravity
Seriousness, Importance
Grievous
Characterized by severe suffering or sorrow, serious or grave
23 terms
Antigone Vocabulary - Accelerated English 2
Repulse
Sated
Swagger
Auspicious
driving back repelling
filled; satisfied
bold; arrogant strut
of good omen; favorable
Repulse
driving back repelling
Sated
filled; satisfied
23 terms
Antigone Vocabulary - Accelerated English 2
Repulse
Sated
Swagger
Auspicious
driving back repelling
filled; satisfied
bold; arrogant strut
of good omen; favorable
Repulse
driving back repelling
Sated
filled; satisfied
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English 2: Oedipus & Antigone Vocabulary
Dilemma
Epiphany
Resolute
Altercation
a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made betwee…
a moment in which you suddenly see or understand something in…
admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
Dilemma
a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made betwee…
Epiphany
a moment in which you suddenly see or understand something in…
15 terms
English 12: Antigone #2
Tidings
Berefit
Hence
Traversed
information or news
deprived of
therefore
cross over
Tidings
information or news
Berefit
deprived of
English Antigone Vocabulary
accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
an omen or prophecy
the quality of lacking higher values
accord
agreement, state of harmony
appease
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
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Antigone study guide (English 2)
Edict
Senile
Ardor
Maladies
proclaimed law
old and crazy
deep feeling
disease or sickness
Edict
proclaimed law
Senile
old and crazy
20 terms
Honors English II - Antigone Vocabulary (2)
Pomp
Transgress
Precept
Anarchist
The impressive decorations, music, clothing, etc., that are p…
To do something that isn't allowed: to disobey a command or l…
A rule that says how people should behave.... A command or prin…
A person who believes that government and law aren't necessar…
Pomp
The impressive decorations, music, clothing, etc., that are p…
Transgress
To do something that isn't allowed: to disobey a command or l…
20 terms
Honors English II - Antigone Vocabulary
blight
blithe
contentious
decree
noun... plague; disease; something that cause harm or damage or…
adjective... carefree; unconcerned
adjective ... belligerent, argumentative; likely to cause people…
noun... an official order given by a person with power or by a g…
blight
noun... plague; disease; something that cause harm or damage or…
blithe
adjective... carefree; unconcerned
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Antigone: English 2 TA
comedy
tragedy
chorus
ode
starts sad, ends happy
starts happy, ends sad
12-15 men who represent the town senate
song performed between scenes
comedy
starts sad, ends happy
tragedy
starts happy, ends sad
18 terms
English Antigone Vocabulary
accord
beguile
belie
bequeath
agreement, state of harmony
to deceive, mislead, persuade with charm
to contradict, to give a false impression
to hand down, to give or leave in a will
accord
agreement, state of harmony
beguile
to deceive, mislead, persuade with charm
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English 2 Vocabulary Unit 2 Antigone
Inveterate
Perilous
Brazen
Deem
Having a particular habit, activity, or interest that is for…
Full of danger or risk
Bold and without shame
Regard or consider; believe
Inveterate
Having a particular habit, activity, or interest that is for…
Perilous
Full of danger or risk
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English: Antigone Vocabulary
Tragedy
Catharsis
Chorus
Choragus
to arouse pity and fear in the audience so that we may be pur…
Purging of emotions of pity and fear that leaves the viewer b…
Groups of dancers and singers who comment on the action of th…
The leader of the Chorus
Tragedy
to arouse pity and fear in the audience so that we may be pur…
Catharsis
Purging of emotions of pity and fear that leaves the viewer b…
11 terms
Antigone Act 2 Vocabulary
Insolence
Waver
Venegeance
Compulsive
Insulting or contemptuous behavior
To fluctuate between choices
Punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury or offense
Obsessive
Insolence
Insulting or contemptuous behavior
Waver
To fluctuate between choices
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English 2 Honors Antigone Vocabulary Terms
Advance
Stage Directions
Ode
Dynamic Character
Move or push forward
Instructions written into the script of a play that indicate…
A lyric poem expressing feelings or thoughts of a speaker
One who changes in response to the events of a narrative.
Advance
Move or push forward
Stage Directions
Instructions written into the script of a play that indicate…
15 terms
Grant Antigone Vocabulary 2
gravity
grievous
guile
haughty
seriousness, importance
characterized by severe suffering or sorrow, serious
deceitfulness, duplicity
arrogant, excessively proud and vain
gravity
seriousness, importance
grievous
characterized by severe suffering or sorrow, serious
English - Antigone Unfamiliar Vocabulary
Lament
Promulgate
Abet
Abhor
A cry of sorrow and grief
Put a law into effect by formal declaration
Assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
Find repugnant
Lament
A cry of sorrow and grief
Promulgate
Put a law into effect by formal declaration
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English 10 "Antigone" Vocabulary
Grievous
Abide
Discern
Miscreant
(adj) Causing great grief or sorrow.
(v) To accept a rule, decision, or recommendation.
(v) To perceive or recognize something.
(n) A person who behaves badly or in a way that breaks the law.
Grievous
(adj) Causing great grief or sorrow.
Abide
(v) To accept a rule, decision, or recommendation.
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English 2 Vocabulary Unit 1 Antigone
Grievous (adjective)
abhor (verb)
lament (noun or verb)
prevail (verb)
causing or marked by grief or anguish (pain) ; dreadful and u…
regard with disgust and hatred
a cry of sorrow and grief
prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious
Grievous (adjective)
causing or marked by grief or anguish (pain) ; dreadful and u…
abhor (verb)
regard with disgust and hatred
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Antigone Vocabulary 2
anarchist
brazen
contempt
deference
someone favoring the overthrow of the government
shameless
an attitude of regarding someone or something as worthless or…
respectful or courteous regard
anarchist
someone favoring the overthrow of the government
brazen
shameless
20 terms
English Antigone 2
Pomp
Transgress
Precept
Anarchist
Ceremony or display
To go beyond the bounds of
General rules to regulate general behavior
Someone who brings about anarchy
Pomp
Ceremony or display
Transgress
To go beyond the bounds of
English 2 Antigone Vocabulary Mid Term
Hubris
Hamartia
Anagnorisis
Catastrophe
Excessive pride in oneself that usually precedes a tragic fall
Character's tragic flaw. Usually a flow which, if realized so…
Moment of recognition where character realizes some truth abo…
Downfall for a tragic hero because of it's flaw
Hubris
Excessive pride in oneself that usually precedes a tragic fall
Hamartia
Character's tragic flaw. Usually a flow which, if realized so…
30 terms
English 2 Pre-AP Antigone Vocabulary
Accord
Appease
Augury
Baseness
Agreement, state of harmony
To pacify, to be conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
An omen or prophecy
The quality of lacking higher values
Accord
Agreement, state of harmony
Appease
To pacify, to be conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
8 terms
English Antigone Vocab 2
deference
absolve
blasphemy
lamentation
yielding in thought, respectful submission or yielding to the…
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences, verb
disrespect action or speech against a diety (god), noun
the act of expressing grief, noun
deference
yielding in thought, respectful submission or yielding to the…
absolve
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences, verb
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English 2: Antigone Test
Oedipus
Eteocles
Eurydice
Haimon
swollen foot; his feet were damaged by his father piercing hi…
brother of Ismene, Antigone, and Polyneices; son of Oedipus a…
Creon's kind, knitting wife whose only function, as the Choru…
Antigone's young fiancé and son to Creon; appears two times -…
Oedipus
swollen foot; his feet were damaged by his father piercing hi…
Eteocles
brother of Ismene, Antigone, and Polyneices; son of Oedipus a…
28 terms
English II: Antigone Vocabulary
Classical Drama
Skene
Orchestra
Theatron
Drama of Ancient Greece and Rome
A long building which serve for a backdrop for the action and…
A spacious floor between the skene and the audience
The place where the audience sits
Classical Drama
Drama of Ancient Greece and Rome
Skene
A long building which serve for a backdrop for the action and…
12 terms
Antigone Vocabulary - English 10
skene
ode
episode
Tragic hero
the backdrop in front of which the play is presented. Inside…
a set piece the chorus speaks in unison.
(epi = around) the pieces between the odes which are the acti…
the main character of a tragedy. He or she has the potential…
skene
the backdrop in front of which the play is presented. Inside…
ode
a set piece the chorus speaks in unison.
10 terms
English II Antigone Vocabulary
Sated
Auspicious
Lithe
Edict
Satisfied fully
-Promising success... -Favorable
-Limber... -Physically flexible
An order put out by a person in authoirty
Sated
Satisfied fully
Auspicious
-Promising success... -Favorable
15 terms
English Antigone Vocab #2
Proclamation
Waver
Transcends
Deference
N. something declared publicly; announcement
V. show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
V. goes beyond the limits of // trans from latin: across, thr…
N. courteous respect
Proclamation
N. something declared publicly; announcement
Waver
V. show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
16 terms
English II Antigone Vocabulary
Decree
Contempt
Loathing
Gorged
Rule or edict issues by a king or leader.
The feeling that someone is beneath oneself or worthless; dis…
A feeling of intense dislike; hatred.
Eating large amounts of food or drink; filling oneself.
Decree
Rule or edict issues by a king or leader.
Contempt
The feeling that someone is beneath oneself or worthless; dis…
20 terms
English Antigone Vocab 2
consummate
homage
arcane
unscathed
perfect, complete, superb
respect/reverence paid
understood by few
unharmed
consummate
perfect, complete, superb
homage
respect/reverence paid
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Antigone List 2 Vocabulary
vengeance
edict
transcend
insolence
infliction of punishment in return for a wrong committed
a formal command
to pass beyond the limits of something
rudeness or disrespect
vengeance
infliction of punishment in return for a wrong committed
edict
a formal command
20 terms
Antigone vocabulary 2
Lamentation
Contempt
Rash
Vile
Expression of grief;weeping
Scorn; the attitude of someone who looks down on something or…
Too hasty in speech or action; reckless
Evil;low; extremely disgusting
Lamentation
Expression of grief;weeping
Contempt
Scorn; the attitude of someone who looks down on something or…
5 terms
Q2 Antigone Vocabulary
lament (n & v)
venture (n & v)
infamous (adj)
grievous (adj)
a cry of sorrow and grief (n); to mourn (v)
an activity that involves risk (n); to dare to do something t…
well known for being bad (adj)
caused or characterized by severe pain, suffering, or sorrow…
lament (n & v)
a cry of sorrow and grief (n); to mourn (v)
venture (n & v)
an activity that involves risk (n); to dare to do something t…
14 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Test 2
perverse
waver
transcends
deference
willfully determined to go against what is expected or desired
show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
goes beyond the limits of
courteous respect
perverse
willfully determined to go against what is expected or desired
waver
show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
33 terms
English 2 Midterms Antigone
tragedy
dithyrambs
Thespis
Aeschylus
religious festivals honoring Dionysus (god of wine, fertility…
performed by chorus of 50 men; song and dance; sacrifice a go…
534 BC: invented "actor" (one man from chorus, speaks to audi…
idea of 2nd actor + dialogue
tragedy
religious festivals honoring Dionysus (god of wine, fertility…
dithyrambs
performed by chorus of 50 men; song and dance; sacrifice a go…
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English 2 Honors: Antigone
How are Antigone and Ismene related?
Who are the two brothers mentioned in…
How did the two brothers die?
What is King Creon's decree?
Sisters
Eteocles and Polyneices
Killed each other in battle
Proper burial for Eteocles, no burial for Polyneices
How are Antigone and Ismene related?
Sisters
Who are the two brothers mentioned in…
Eteocles and Polyneices
23 terms
Antigone: Vocabulary List 2
Profane
Untiring
Prevail
Dirge
characterized by irreverence or contempt for God or sacred pr…
(of a person or their actions) continuing or persisting witho…
to be widespread or current; exist everywhere or generally
a mournful sound resembling a burial hymn
Profane
characterized by irreverence or contempt for God or sacred pr…
Untiring
(of a person or their actions) continuing or persisting witho…
42 terms
English 2 Antigone Test
drama
Chorus
odes
tragedy
mode of fiction represented in performance; comes from Greek…
group of characters who comments on action of a play without…
choral songs that separate scenes
dramatic literature that shows the downfall of a person, usua…
drama
mode of fiction represented in performance; comes from Greek…
Chorus
group of characters who comments on action of a play without…
20 terms
English Antigone Vocabulary
Repulse
Sated
Swagger
Comprehensive
An act of beating back or driving away as with force
To fill to excess; guilt
Display of arrogance
Including nearly everything; complete
Repulse
An act of beating back or driving away as with force
Sated
To fill to excess; guilt
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