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English 7 Vocabulary Review
Grudgingly
Scorn
Simile
Indomitable
(Adverb) Doing something reluctantly or unwillingly.
(Verb) harsh criticism that shows a lack of respect or approv…
(Noun) A comparison between two things using like or as.
(Adjective) Impossible to defeat or discourage.
Grudgingly
(Adverb) Doing something reluctantly or unwillingly.
Scorn
(Verb) harsh criticism that shows a lack of respect or approv…
5 terms
English 11: Vocabulary #7
cantankerous (adj.)
deride (verb)
debacle (noun)
temerity (noun)
argumentative and uncooperative
to verbally rip apart
a disaster
excessive or foolish boldness
cantankerous (adj.)
argumentative and uncooperative
deride (verb)
to verbally rip apart
40 terms
English 7 Course Vocabulary
caribou
marten
veritable
toil
any of several large, North American deer of the genus Rangif…
any of several slender, chiefly arboreal carnivores of the ge…
being truly or very much so: a _____________ triumph.
(v) 4. to engage in hard and continuous work; labor arduously…
caribou
any of several large, North American deer of the genus Rangif…
marten
any of several slender, chiefly arboreal carnivores of the ge…
25 terms
English 12: Vocabulary #7
indomitable
inept
innate
inscrutable
impossible to subdue
generally incompetent and ineffectual
present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; being talent…
of an obscure nature
indomitable
impossible to subdue
inept
generally incompetent and ineffectual
7 terms
English 7 Vocabulary #1
shutters
decorate (re)
gizmo
rewarding
window covers on the outside of a house
to make pretty by adding colors or images
a small electronic device
giving you a good feeling that you've done something important
shutters
window covers on the outside of a house
decorate (re)
to make pretty by adding colors or images
15 terms
English 7 Unit 1 Vocabulary
ominous
perilous
solemn
devastating
(adjective) threatening
(adjective) dangerous
(adjective) serious; somber (sad)
(adjective) destructive; overwhelming
ominous
(adjective) threatening
perilous
(adjective) dangerous
11 terms
English Vocabulary: 7.6
research
Organize
Synthesize
source
gather information about a topic
to arrange in an order
to bring together
a document or person that provides information
research
gather information about a topic
Organize
to arrange in an order
30 terms
The Necklace Vocabulary for English - 7
Antagonist
Plot
Conflict
Climax
In conflict with the main character.
Series of events in the story.
The problem in the story.
Most suspenceful part of the story.
Antagonist
In conflict with the main character.
Plot
Series of events in the story.
20 terms
Vocabulary #7/English 10 Ouren
cynical
decorum
demagogue
demure
adjective; inclined to distrust or deny the goodness or since…
noun; conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper beh…
noun; a leader who appeals to the emotions and prejudices of…
adjective; quietly modest
cynical
adjective; inclined to distrust or deny the goodness or since…
decorum
noun; conformity to accepted standards of conduct; proper beh…
10 terms
English 11 - Vocabulary 7
Signal
Jolt
Collide
Invariable
V. A sign that something is going to happen... N. Give notice or…
V. Move quick or a hard blow... N. A sudden sharp, jerky movement
V. When you crash into something
Adj. Does not change and cannot change
Signal
V. A sign that something is going to happen... N. Give notice or…
Jolt
V. Move quick or a hard blow... N. A sudden sharp, jerky movement
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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
English 7 - Vocabulary Terms
Conflict
Falling Action
Rising Action
Resolution
A struggle between opposing forces
Events after the climax, leading to the resolution
Events leading up to the climax
End of the story where loose ends are tied up
Conflict
A struggle between opposing forces
Falling Action
Events after the climax, leading to the resolution
10 terms
Vocabulary #7 English 9
vigilant
avid
loathe
reprimand
extremely watchful, observant
eager, devoted
to hate, despise
to show sharp disapproval, to lecture
vigilant
extremely watchful, observant
avid
eager, devoted
10 terms
8th - English Vocabulary #7
potential
demise
restore
despot
possibility
end
rebuild
someone with all the power
potential
possibility
demise
end
Vocabulary #7 (English 2)
pro-
co- [com-] [con-]
sub-
super-
forward, before, in favor of
together, with
under
above
pro-
forward, before, in favor of
co- [com-] [con-]
together, with
10 terms
English 7 Vocabulary Week 7
docile
impartial
precedent
figurative
ready and willing to be taught; teachable easily taught
not partial or biased; unprejudiced fair
an act of instance that may be used as an example in dealing…
based on or making use of figures of speech; metaphorical
docile
ready and willing to be taught; teachable easily taught
impartial
not partial or biased; unprejudiced fair
10 terms
English 7 Week 8 Vocabulary
altogether
all together
brake
break
(adverb) entirely or completely. Ex: It is ________ too cold…
(adjective) in the same place EX: We decided to stay ________…
(noun) a device to stop a machine EX: I used the emergency___…
(verb) to fracture or shatter EX: I tried hard not to _______…
altogether
(adverb) entirely or completely. Ex: It is ________ too cold…
all together
(adjective) in the same place EX: We decided to stay ________…
15 terms
English 11, Vocabulary 7
FORT
AUSP
DEST
SORT
"happening by chance"
"bird-watcher, fortune-teller"
"to determine"
"chance, lot, fate"
FORT
"happening by chance"
AUSP
"bird-watcher, fortune-teller"
20 terms
English 9 Honors--Vocabulary 7
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(n.) the highest point, tip
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
adieu
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
10 terms
English 11-Vocabulary #7
bolster
classically
voracious
coincidentally
to give a boost; support; to reinforce
traditionally; enduring excellence
having a huge appetite; ravenous; excessively hungry
happening at the same time by accident; simultaneously
bolster
to give a boost; support; to reinforce
classically
traditionally; enduring excellence
Vocabulary - Unit 10-English 7
appoinment
comb
dentist
helpful
an arrangement to meet someone at a particular time and place.
appoinment
an arrangement to meet someone at a particular time and place.
comb
19 terms
English 3 Vocabulary 7
Extinct
Idyllic
Galvanize
Encumbrance
The death of every member of a species... A term that typically…
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful... simple and caref…
To startle into sudden activity... to arouse suddenly; to stimul…
burden, handicap, load... hindrance or obstruction
Extinct
The death of every member of a species... A term that typically…
Idyllic
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful... simple and caref…
Vocabulary #7 (English 3)
pro-
co- [com-] [con-]
sub-
super-
forward, before, in favor of
together, with
under
over
pro-
forward, before, in favor of
co- [com-] [con-]
together, with
10 terms
Vocabulary List 7- English One
Granular
Flora
Metamorphosis
Sectors
adj. containing grains or granules; grainy
n. plants collectively, especially plants of a particular reg…
n. a transformation achieved by magic; a dramatic change; cha…
n. a part or division of something; the portion of a circle b…
Granular
adj. containing grains or granules; grainy
Flora
n. plants collectively, especially plants of a particular reg…
English Vocabulary: 7.4
Synonym
antonym
connotation
simile
same meaning different word
opposites
words that have a positive or negative feeling
to compare 2 things with like or as
Synonym
same meaning different word
antonym
opposites
30 terms
7/8 English Vocabulary
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a style of pronunciation typical of people from a certain reg…
skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively; to exp…
a unique form of language, spoken by people from a country, r…
clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a style of pronunciation typical of people from a certain reg…
articulate
skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively; to exp…
20 terms
Unit #7 Vocabulary (English 11B)
allude
clairvoyant
conclusive
disreputable
(v.) to refer to casually or indirectly.... (Synonyms) suggest,…
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; (n.) one who possesses extr…
(adj.) serving to settle an issue; final.... (Synonyms) decisiv…
(adj.) not respectable, not esteemed.... (Synonyms) disgraceful…
allude
(v.) to refer to casually or indirectly.... (Synonyms) suggest,…
clairvoyant
(adj.) supernaturally perceptive; (n.) one who possesses extr…
24 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 2: Teaching
clarify (verb)
confide (verb)
disclose (verb)
enlighten (verb)
To make clear or understandable
To trust someone with private or secret information
To reveal or to open to view
To inform or give new insight
clarify (verb)
To make clear or understandable
confide (verb)
To trust someone with private or secret information
10 terms
English 7 Unit 1 Vocabulary
abduct
abnormal
abstract
amenable
v. [ab =away from + duc = to lead] take away to an undisclose…
adj. [ab = away from +norma = rule]... not usual, not typical, s…
adj. [ab = away from + tract = to pull; to draw]... existing in…
adj. willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, submis…
abduct
v. [ab =away from + duc = to lead] take away to an undisclose…
abnormal
adj. [ab = away from +norma = rule]... not usual, not typical, s…
English 4A Vocabulary 7
Equivocate
Fortuitous
Impeccable
Liaison
To be unclear
Accidental
Flawless
A link
Equivocate
To be unclear
Fortuitous
Accidental
15 terms
English IV Vocabulary 7
enigma
epitaph
equitable
erudite
(n) puzzle, mystery
(n) brief poem or other writing in praise of a deceased perso…
(adj) fair, just
(adj) educated, scholarly
enigma
(n) puzzle, mystery
epitaph
(n) brief poem or other writing in praise of a deceased perso…
20 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 15: Cooperation
alliance (noun)
collaborate (verb)
colleague (noun)
conspire (verb)
A close association or relationship based on shared needs or…
To work together on an intellectual or creative project; To c…
A member of the same staff or profession; an associate
To plan together secretly
alliance (noun)
A close association or relationship based on shared needs or…
collaborate (verb)
To work together on an intellectual or creative project; To c…
22 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 14: Usefulness
applicable (adjective)
expedient (adjective)
expedient (noun)
extraneous (adjective)
Appropriate or relevant to a situation
Convenient and practical, although possibly immoral or incorr…
A convenience; something used to achieve a result
Not essential or relevant; unrelated
applicable (adjective)
Appropriate or relevant to a situation
expedient (adjective)
Convenient and practical, although possibly immoral or incorr…
14 terms
English Vocabulary 7.5 Fiction
Character
Character development
conflict
theme
a person or animal in a story
how a character changes
the problem
the lesson or message in a story
Character
a person or animal in a story
Character development
how a character changes
48 terms
Grade 7 English Vocabulary
unify
unilateral
monotone
monotheism
to make one
involving only one side
sameness of sound or color
the belief in only in one God
unify
to make one
unilateral
involving only one side
15 terms
English II Vocabulary 7
anecdote
edict
expound
firmament
(n) a story or brief episode told by the writer or a characte…
(n) official command, law or proclamation
(v) to elaborate or explain in great detail
(n) the sky, the heavens
anecdote
(n) a story or brief episode told by the writer or a characte…
edict
(n) official command, law or proclamation
66 terms
English 7 Final Exam Vocabulary
flagrant
presumed
celebration
appointment
Extremely shocking on purpose
to take for granted, assume, or suppose
a joyous ceremony or gathering
to be put into a position; a time you have arranged to meet s…
flagrant
Extremely shocking on purpose
presumed
to take for granted, assume, or suppose
40 terms
English Vocabulary 7
analog
analogical
analogous
analogs
...
...
...
...
analog
...
analogical
...
15 terms
English 7 Vocabulary # 5
Adequate - adj.
Administer - v.
Agitate - v.
Capitulate - v.
Enough; sufficient.
To manage or direct.
To disturb or upset.
To give in; to surrender.
Adequate - adj.
Enough; sufficient.
Administer - v.
To manage or direct.
9 terms
English 7-1 Vocabulary
cacophony
attainment
culprit
permeate
noun: unpleasant or loud sounds
noun: achieving a goal toward which one has worker
noun: person who is responsible for a crime or other misdeed
verb: throughout, soaked
cacophony
noun: unpleasant or loud sounds
attainment
noun: achieving a goal toward which one has worker
20 terms
English 7 - Vocabulary 1
Antithesis
Stagnant
Furtive
Gratuitously
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
Showing no activity or movement
trying to avoid being noticed
Offering help or giving something without being asked; unnece…
Antithesis
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
Stagnant
Showing no activity or movement
11 terms
English 7 Week 9 Vocabulary
coarse
course
complement
compliment
(adjective) rough; crude (rude); not fine. Ex: I always use a…
(noun) a path of action or a series of studies. EX: After bei…
(verb) to make complete or (noun) something that completes. E…
(verb) to praise someone; (noun) praise. EX: Mrs. Katz ______…
coarse
(adjective) rough; crude (rude); not fine. Ex: I always use a…
course
(noun) a path of action or a series of studies. EX: After bei…
24 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 12: Literature
adage (noun)
alliteration (noun)
allusion (noun)
anthology (noun)
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
An indirect reference to something
A collection of writings by various authors
adage (noun)
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
alliteration (noun)
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
10 terms
English 12-Vocabulary #7
abundant
agrarian
profuse
decisive
more than enough; plentiful; in excess; more than adequate
pertaining to land of its use; related to agriculture
bountiful; lavish; plentiful
conclusion or definite; sure; conclusive; determined
abundant
more than enough; plentiful; in excess; more than adequate
agrarian
pertaining to land of its use; related to agriculture
20 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 13: Communication
audible (adjective)
coherence (noun)
digress (verb)
eloquent (adjective)
Able to be heard
The quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
To stray from the main subject when writing or speaking
Persuasive and powerful in speaking or writing
audible (adjective)
Able to be heard
coherence (noun)
The quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
20 terms
English III Vocabulary List #7
Plot
Mood
Archetype
Diction
(n) Sequence of events in a story
(n) Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
(n) A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently…
(n) A writer's or speaker's choice of words
Plot
(n) Sequence of events in a story
Mood
(n) Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
22 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 16: Appearances
chic (adjective)
debonair (adjective)
disheveled (adjective)
dowdy (adjective)
Stylish; fashionable
Charming in a friendly but sophisticated way
Messy; untidy in personal appearance
Having an old-fashioned appearance; shabby and out of style
chic (adjective)
Stylish; fashionable
debonair (adjective)
Charming in a friendly but sophisticated way
20 terms
English Vocabulary Set #7
Contentious (adjective)
Prodigious (adjective)
Indignation (noun)
Droll (adjective)
Likely to cause disagreement or argument; inclined to argue
Exciting amazement or wonder, extraordinary in bulk, quantity…
Anger aroused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean
Curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement
Contentious (adjective)
Likely to cause disagreement or argument; inclined to argue
Prodigious (adjective)
Exciting amazement or wonder, extraordinary in bulk, quantity…
38 terms
Vocabulary English7
adversary (part of Speech)
adversary (definition)
headway (part of Speech)
headway (definition)
noun
one's opponent in a contest, conflict of dispute
noun
to move forward or make progress especially when circumstance…
adversary (part of Speech)
noun
adversary (definition)
one's opponent in a contest, conflict of dispute
English Vocabulary 7
Hedonist
Laggard
Impetuous
Incisive
One devoted to pleasure; Noun
A straggler; Noun
Pertaining to sudden or impulsive action; Adjective
Clear and Shape; Adjective
Hedonist
One devoted to pleasure; Noun
Laggard
A straggler; Noun
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