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Language Arts Unit 17 vocabulary
accumulate
compromise
desolate
disregard
to gather together often in an increasing number
An agreement in which each sides gives up some demand
Break and without people
To pay no attention to
accumulate
to gather together often in an increasing number
compromise
An agreement in which each sides gives up some demand
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Unit 17 Language Arts Vocabulary
Immortalize
Morbud
Mortify
Moribund
To preserve in memory forever
Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
To cause extreme embarrassment to
In a dieing or deathlike state
Immortalize
To preserve in memory forever
Morbud
Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
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Unit 17 Language Arts Vocabulary
False
Fallacy
Falsify
Certain
...
...
...
...
False
...
Fallacy
...
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Root Vocabulary, Unit 17 (Reading/Language Arts)
fals/fall
cert/cred
phob
false
deceive, lie, wrong
believe, sure, trust
fear
not real or genuine; used to say that something is not really…
fals/fall
deceive, lie, wrong
cert/cred
believe, sure, trust
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
immortalize
morbid
mortify
moribund
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
adj. In a dying or deathlike state
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
morbid
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving or jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving or jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
synopsis
myopic
adumbrate
umbrage
n. a short outline or review of main points
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
v. to briefly outline or describe
n. anger caused by an insult or slight
synopsis
n. a short outline or review of main points
myopic
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
annotate
connotation
conscientious
denotation
v. To explain of discuss through a note
n. An image or idea associated with a word
adj. Diligent and careful
n. The dictionary definition of a word
annotate
v. To explain of discuss through a note
connotation
n. An image or idea associated with a word
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
desultory
resilient
exultant
expendable
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
adj. marked by great joy or jubilation
adj. not necessary; dispensable
desultory
adj. moving ior jumping from one thing to another
resilient
adj. able to recover readily; persistent
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unit 17
accumulate
compromise
compromise
desolate
(verb) to gather together, often in an increasing number
(noun) an agreement in which each side gives up some demand
(verb) to give up certain demands in order to settle an argum…
(adj) bleak and without any people; extremely unhappy
accumulate
(verb) to gather together, often in an increasing number
compromise
(noun) an agreement in which each side gives up some demand
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
annotate
connotation
conscientious
denotation
v. To explain of discuss through a note
n. An image or idea associated with a word
adj. Diligent and careful
n. The dictionary definition of a word
annotate
v. To explain of discuss through a note
connotation
n. An image or idea associated with a word
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Words for Students of English 2 Unit 17
advertisement
advertise
advertiser
advertising
words and/or pictures for the purpose of selling something
to tell the public about a product or a job that is available
a person who buys ads
the business of advertising
advertisement
words and/or pictures for the purpose of selling something
advertise
to tell the public about a product or a job that is available
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Mrs. Tobin's English 9 Vocabulary Unit 17
auxiliary
candid
cubicle
drudgery
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid... *SYN…
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed... SYNONYMS: forthr…
(n.) a small room or compartment... SYNONYMS: hole-in-the-wal…
(n.) work that is hard and tiresome... SYNONYMS: toil, labor,…
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid... *SYN…
candid
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed... SYNONYMS: forthr…
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Vocabulary Unit 17
Statistic
Anecdote
Discern
Profound
Noun--a fact that is represented or can be measured by number…
Noun--a short retelling of a particular incident or event, es…
Verb--to notice or understand something by thinking about it…
Adj.--Having a strong influence or effect; showing strong ser…
Statistic
Noun--a fact that is represented or can be measured by number…
Anecdote
Noun--a short retelling of a particular incident or event, es…
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Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 17
fundamental
founder
disperse
sparse
basic and important
to completely fail
to cause to go in different directions; scatter
not plentiful; not dense
fundamental
basic and important
founder
to completely fail
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Words for Students of English Volume 2 Unit 17 Base Words
advertisement
article
author (n)
believe
words and/or pictures, usually published, for the purpose of…
a piece of writing in a magazine or newspaper
the person who writes a book, song, article, etc.
to think that something is true, without knowing that it is t…
advertisement
words and/or pictures, usually published, for the purpose of…
article
a piece of writing in a magazine or newspaper
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Vocabulary Unit 17
regal
stifle
flounder
erode
royal, kinglike
to smother, prevent from breathing; to hold back
to thrash about in a clumsy or ineffective way
to wear away gradually, eat away
regal
royal, kinglike
stifle
to smother, prevent from breathing; to hold back
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Chapter 17 Vocabulary (English/Language Arts)
Exhort
Flamboyant
Foible
Innoucuous
To urge
Flashy
A minor fault
Without bad effects
Exhort
To urge
Flamboyant
Flashy
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Sadlier-Oxford Level B Vocabulary Unit 17
accelerate
canvass
downtrodden
erode
(v.) to speed up, cause to move faster; to bring about more q…
(v.) to go through an area in order to procure votes, sales,…
(adj.) treated unfairly and cruelly, oppressed... The immigrants…
(v.) to wear away gradually, eat away... The water eroded the ro…
accelerate
(v.) to speed up, cause to move faster; to bring about more q…
canvass
(v.) to go through an area in order to procure votes, sales,…
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IV. Unit 17
impute
dispute
disreputable
connotation
verb.... to assign blame or responsibility for
verb.... to disagree with; a disagreement or argument
noun.... not respectable; having a bad reputation
noun.... an image or idea associated with a word
impute
verb.... to assign blame or responsibility for
dispute
verb.... to disagree with; a disagreement or argument
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APLAC Vocabulary Unit 17
altruistic
burgeon
conflagration
dilatory
(adj.) unselfishly generous; concerned for others
(v.) grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
(n.) large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military co…
(adj.) tending to waste time
altruistic
(adj.) unselfishly generous; concerned for others
burgeon
(v.) grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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English Language Arts Vocabulary unit 8
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
(Adjective). Not usual, not typical, strange.
(Verb). To turn bottom side up, upset.
(Noun). A large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure.
(Verb). To become or make less.
Abnormal
(Adjective). Not usual, not typical, strange.
Capsize
(Verb). To turn bottom side up, upset.
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Vocabulary Unit 17
agony
composure
cope
duration
intense suffering
a state of calmness or self-control
to deal with
the length of time that something happens or exists
agony
intense suffering
composure
a state of calmness or self-control
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English Language arts 10H vocabulary unit 2
Ethos
Objective
Logos
Transition
Ethical appeal based on the character of the speaker's credib…
Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considerin…
Appeal to logic or reasoning
A connection between 2 parts of a piece of writing, bridging…
Ethos
Ethical appeal based on the character of the speaker's credib…
Objective
Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considerin…
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Vocabulary unit 8 English language arts class
Abut
Attire
Avail
Crony
(v.) to join at one end or be next to; to support, prop up... La…
(n.) clothes, apparel, garb; (v.) to dress, adorn, or bedeck…
(v.) to be of use or benefit to... Be sure to avail yourself of…
(n.) a very close friend, pal, chum, buddy... We have been croni…
Abut
(v.) to join at one end or be next to; to support, prop up... La…
Attire
(n.) clothes, apparel, garb; (v.) to dress, adorn, or bedeck…
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Unit 6 Vocabulary( English Language Arts)
anonymous
browse
dupe
dynamic
without a name
to nibble, graze
easily tricked
active
anonymous
without a name
browse
to nibble, graze
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English Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 8
Awkward
Clatter
Gallant
Lukewarm
Not skillful or graceful; hard to handle; embarrassing ... Synon…
To make short,sharp sounds by rattling or banging together or…
Showy in appearance; brave; showing courtesy; very attentive…
Only moderately warm, not hot but not cold; without enthusias…
Awkward
Not skillful or graceful; hard to handle; embarrassing ... Synon…
Clatter
To make short,sharp sounds by rattling or banging together or…
50 terms
Unit Three English/Language Arts Vocabulary
Advocate
Antipathy
Emancipate
Idiosyncrasy
To speak or write in favor of; support
A strong dislike or distaste; hatred
To set free from slavery, captivity, or opression
A personal peculiarity; quirk
Advocate
To speak or write in favor of; support
Antipathy
A strong dislike or distaste; hatred
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Latin/Greek Roots Unit 17
mort
nec/nox/nic
bio
viv
death
to hurt, kill
life
to live
mort
death
nec/nox/nic
to hurt, kill
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Vocabulary Words Unit 17
Fundamental
Founder
Disperse
Sparse
Basic and important
To completely fail
To cause to go in different directions; scatter
Not plentiful; not dense
Fundamental
Basic and important
Founder
To completely fail
10 terms
Unit 17
Grandiloquent
Grandoise
Girth
Gloat
Attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
Grand and impressive, especially flashy and showy
The distance around something; to encircle; to secure with a…
To brag greatly
Grandiloquent
Attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
Grandoise
Grand and impressive, especially flashy and showy
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unit 17
Immortalize
Morbid
mortify
moribund
to preserve in memory forever
Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
to cause extreme embarrassment to
In a dying or deathlike state
Immortalize
to preserve in memory forever
Morbid
Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
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Westing Game Vocabulary Ch. 17-20: Language Arts/English
Bullish
Bearish
Photostats
Innersoles
When the stock does well
When the stock does bad
When a device makes a copy
The sole or padding below the foot in a shoe
Bullish
When the stock does well
Bearish
When the stock does bad
10 terms
Vocab Unit 17
harrowing
harangue
guise
guile
extremely distressing, disturbing or frightening... adjective
to lecture, berate; a long bombastic speech... verb
appearance, semblance... noun
cunning, deceitfulness; artfulness
harrowing
extremely distressing, disturbing or frightening... adjective
harangue
to lecture, berate; a long bombastic speech... verb
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Unit 17 Vocab
Fundamental... (Fund:bottom)
Founder... (Found:bottom)
Disperse ... (Spers:to sprinkle, to strew)
Sparse... (Spars:to sprinkle, to strew)
Adjective... Basic and important
Verb... To completely fail
Verb... To cause to go in different directions;scatter
Adjective... Not plentiful; not dense
Fundamental... (Fund:bottom)
Adjective... Basic and important
Founder... (Found:bottom)
Verb... To completely fail
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Unit 17 Grade 8
accord
affirm
bequeath/bequest
citadel
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement
To declare positively
To pass on to others... To leave to another in one's will... Bequ…
A fortress on a hill; a stronghold
accord
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement
affirm
To declare positively
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Unit 17 Vocab (Madison and Erin)
Sanguine
Ostentatious
Terse
Ambivalent
Cheerfully Optimistic
Giving to showing off to impress others; gaudy
Using few words; curt
Having mixed feelings about something, usually a decision bet…
Sanguine
Cheerfully Optimistic
Ostentatious
Giving to showing off to impress others; gaudy
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World Civ Unit 17 - Renaissance
Elizabethan Age
The Prince
Utopia
Spirtual Exercises
English Renaissance
Niccolo Machiavelli. Not morally right but politically effect…
Written by Thomas More. Model world without currency or corru…
Written by Ignatius of Loyola. Book of practices for Jesuits
Elizabethan Age
English Renaissance
The Prince
Niccolo Machiavelli. Not morally right but politically effect…
50 terms
Merriam-Webster Unit 17 English Vocabulary
ANIM
Animated
Magnanimous
Animosity
From the Latin 'anima', meaning "breath" or "soul"
1. Full of life; lively, vigorous, active... 2. Seeming or appea…
1. Showing a lofty and courageous spirit... 2. Generous and forg…
Ill will or resentment
ANIM
From the Latin 'anima', meaning "breath" or "soul"
Animated
1. Full of life; lively, vigorous, active... 2. Seeming or appea…
10 terms
Vocabulary Cartoons ~ Unit 17
Girth
Gloat
Glutton
Gossamer
The distance around something; To encircle; To secure with a…
To brag greatly
One who eats or consumes a great deal; Having the capacity to…
Delicate floating cobwebs; A sheer gauzy fabric; something de…
Girth
The distance around something; To encircle; To secure with a…
Gloat
To brag greatly
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Honors English 9 Vocabulary Unit 17 - Mrs. Bortz
Girth
Gloat
Glutton
Gossamer
The distance around something; circumference
To brag greatly
One who eats a lot
Delicate floating cobwebs; something light, flimsy
Girth
The distance around something; circumference
Gloat
To brag greatly
20 terms
Unit 17 Vocabulary
Affinity
Bilious
Cognate
Corollary
A natural attraction, liking, or feeling of kinship... I have a…
Appearing as if affected by such a malady; sickly... I get bili…
A person or thing related to another... French language is cogn…
A proposition following so obviously from another that it req…
Affinity
A natural attraction, liking, or feeling of kinship... I have a…
Bilious
Appearing as if affected by such a malady; sickly... I get bili…
19 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 2 - February 17, 2016
Word Element: Disagree
Encode - Prefix and Meaning
Word Element: Cardiac
Synchronize - Root and Meaning
prefix dis-
En- cause to (code)
Root: Cardio-
-chrono - time (line up time)
Word Element: Disagree
prefix dis-
Encode - Prefix and Meaning
En- cause to (code)
20 terms
Vocab Unit 17
Adumbrate
De jure
Mumpsimus
Legerity
(V) to report or represent in outline
(Adj) denoting something or someone that is rightfully such
(N) a traditional custom or notion adhered to although shown…
(N) physical or mental quickness; nimbleness; agility
Adumbrate
(V) to report or represent in outline
De jure
(Adj) denoting something or someone that is rightfully such
20 terms
Lewellen: Koon PSAT/SAT Vocabulary Unit 17
acclamation
bucolic
calumniate
chary
(n.) a shout of welcome; an overwhelming verbal vote of appro…
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
(v.) to slander; to accuse falsely and maliciously
(adj.) extremely cautious, hesitant, or slow (to); reserved,…
acclamation
(n.) a shout of welcome; an overwhelming verbal vote of appro…
bucolic
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
20 terms
Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 1
Com
Intra
Cent
Ad
Together
Within
One Hundred
To
Com
Together
Intra
Within
10 terms
Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 3
Mar
Junct
Luc
Medio
Sea
Join
Light
Middle
Mar
Sea
Junct
Join
20 terms
Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 2
Loco
Sur
Alter
Contra
Place
Over
Other
Against
Loco
Place
Sur
Over
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