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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
antipathy
antithesis
badinage
banal
an intense dislike
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
playful, teasing talk; to banter, to tease with playful talk
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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English 12 Lesson 2
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; indifferent
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
gen
nasc,nat
fig, fict
par, per
race, type, kind
to be born
to shape
to give birth, produce
gen
race, type, kind
nasc,nat
to be born
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English 12 Lesson 2 Vocabulary
Bolster
Classical
Coincidental
Domestic
to give a boost to; to reinforce
related to the ancient Greek or Roman tradition
happening at the same time by accident; simultaneous
a servant who works in the home
Bolster
to give a boost to; to reinforce
Classical
related to the ancient Greek or Roman tradition
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English 12: Vocabulary- Lesson 2
Absolve
Adumbrate
Apothegm
Aspersion
1. To clear guilt ... 2. To free from a promise or a responsibil…
1. To foreshadow in an indirect way. ... 2. To outline in a sket…
1. A short, instructive saying
1. A defamatory expression ... 2. Slander
Absolve
1. To clear guilt ... 2. To free from a promise or a responsibil…
Adumbrate
1. To foreshadow in an indirect way. ... 2. To outline in a sket…
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English 12 Lesson 2
Metamorphosis
Donnybrook
Nonchalant
Vestige
n. a transformation or dramatic change
n. a fight; an uproar
adj. unconcerned; indifferent
n. a trace or evidence of something that once existed
Metamorphosis
n. a transformation or dramatic change
Donnybrook
n. a fight; an uproar
English 12 - Lesson 2
euphemism
nebulous
abject
propriety
a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or distast…
hazy; vague; not clearly defined
hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
euphemism
a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or distast…
nebulous
hazy; vague; not clearly defined
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Eng. 12 - Vocabulary Lesson 2
donnybrook
interlocutor
carte blanche
rife
a fight; an uproar
someone who participates in a conversation
boundless authority; unlimited power to act
abundant; prevalent
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
interlocutor
someone who participates in a conversation
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12 Lesson 2 -- Vocabulary
abject
admonish
commensurate
distraught
ADJ hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
VERB to reprove mildly and kindly, but seriously; to caution…
ADJ in proper proportion; having the same scale, measure, or…
ADJ in a state of mental conflict; agitated; crazed
abject
ADJ hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
admonish
VERB to reprove mildly and kindly, but seriously; to caution…
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English 12 vocabulary lesson 2
Parch
Mollify
Poignant
Gullible
Dry out
Soothe, pacify
Touching, emotional
Easily tricked
Parch
Dry out
Mollify
Soothe, pacify
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English 12 lesson 2
Glibly
nemesis
Feigned
lugubrious
Done in a smooth , offhanded manner, easily spoken
an avenger (Like ironman)
to pretend; to make up
sad or mournful
Glibly
Done in a smooth , offhanded manner, easily spoken
nemesis
an avenger (Like ironman)
English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
a transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; in different
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
a transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A direct opposite, a contrast
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
Strict, stern; unadorned, ascetic
Independent, self-contained
Antithesis
A direct opposite, a contrast
Ascend
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
Vocab Lesson 2 - English 12
abrasion
clad
corroborate
cursory
scraped or worn area
clothed or covered
to provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm
done in a hurry with little care to detail
abrasion
scraped or worn area
clad
clothed or covered
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Lesson 2 English Vocabulary
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
Not consistent
Large in space or amount
To lose through some thought; to be forced to give up by way…
dialog
A conversation; the conversation between characters in a stor…
erratic
Not consistent
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Vocabulary Lesson 2/LA 12
bolster
classical
coincidental
domestic
to give a boost to; to reinforce
related to the ancient Greek or Roman tradition
happening at the same time by accident; simultaneous
a servant who works in the home
bolster
to give a boost to; to reinforce
classical
related to the ancient Greek or Roman tradition
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Honors English 12 vocabulary lesson 2
Metamorphosis
Donnybrook
Nonchalant
Vestige
A transformation or dramatic change
A fight; an uproar
Unconcerned; indifferent
A trace or evidence of something that once existed
Metamorphosis
A transformation or dramatic change
Donnybrook
A fight; an uproar
English 12 lesson 2
Abject
Admonish
Commensurate
Distraught
Hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without selfrespect
To reprove mildly and kindly, but seriously; to caution or wa…
In proper proportion; having same scale, measure, or size, pr…
In a state of mental conflict; agitated; crazed
Abject
Hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without selfrespect
Admonish
To reprove mildly and kindly, but seriously; to caution or wa…
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English 12 Lesson 2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
to approach and speak to first, to confront in a challenging…
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
desirous or something to the point of greed, intensely eager
having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
to approach and speak to first, to confront in a challenging…
animadversion
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
English 12 Lesson 2
Bolster
Coincidental
Elite
Literati
support or strengthen; prop up
resulting from a coincidence
a select part of a group
well- educated people who are interested in literature
Bolster
support or strengthen; prop up
Coincidental
resulting from a coincidence
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
accost (v.)
animadversion (n.)
avid (adj.)
brackish (adj.)
to approach and speak to first; negatively
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely eager
having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost (v.)
to approach and speak to first; negatively
animadversion (n.)
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Vocabulary 12, Lesson 2
acquiesce
amicable
anachronism
apathy
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
friendly; peaceable
something or someone out of its proper time
lack of interest
acquiesce
to agree or consent quietly without protest, but without enth…
amicable
friendly; peaceable
English 2 Lesson 2 Vocabulary (Week of 9/12-9/16)
establish (verb)
utter (adj)
conduct (verb)
engage (verb)
To set up or to have found
Without qualification, complete, absolute
To direct the course of; manage or control
To consume all of one's attention or time
establish (verb)
To set up or to have found
utter (adj)
Without qualification, complete, absolute
English 9: Lesson 2 vocabulary
belligerent
dexterity
eradicate
fervent
aggressive; warlike
skillfulness; expertness; talent
to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
having or showing great emotion; passionate; fierce; strongly…
belligerent
aggressive; warlike
dexterity
skillfulness; expertness; talent
English 11: Lesson 2 vocabulary
allegory
conjecture
despicable
dissolute
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
contemptible; deserving of scorn; vile
lacking moral restraint; very wicked; immoral; undisciplined
allegory
symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions represen…
conjecture
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to guess
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English 12 Vocab lesson 2
bane
amalgamate
ambidextrous
bandy
cause of ruin
to combine
equally skillful with either hand
to give and take quickly in conversation
bane
cause of ruin
amalgamate
to combine
English 12: Vocabulary Lesson 2
Expunge
Affiliated
Double Entendre
Turbulent
Erase; delete
associated with; connected to
A word or expression that can be interpreted in two different…
Violent; disorderly; stormy
Expunge
Erase; delete
Affiliated
associated with; connected to
English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 2
ameliorate
aplomb
bombastic
callow
to improve, to make better
poise,assurance,great self confidence
pompous or over blown in language ; full of high sounding wor…
without experience ; immature , not fully developed; lacking…
ameliorate
to improve, to make better
aplomb
poise,assurance,great self confidence
Lesson 2 Vocabulary BYU English 12-1
Brevity
Credo
Cynical
Extrapolate
Ability to be short in time or duration, brief, concise, terse.
A creed, a system of belief, principles, or opinions.
Scornful of the motives, virtue, or integrity of others.
To estimate, deduce, infer, or reason.
Brevity
Ability to be short in time or duration, brief, concise, terse.
Credo
A creed, a system of belief, principles, or opinions.
Vocab English 12 - Lesson 2
arable
brigand
carte blanche
consomme
fit for cultivation
a robber or bandit
authority with no bounds
a clear soup
arable
fit for cultivation
brigand
a robber or bandit
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Lesson 2 Vocabulary BYU English 12-1
Brevity
Credo
Cynical
Extrapolate
Ability to be short in time or duration, brief, concise, terse.
A creed, a system of belief, principles, or opinions.
Scornful of the motives, virtue, or integrity of others.
To estimate, deduce, infer, or reason.
Brevity
Ability to be short in time or duration, brief, concise, terse.
Credo
A creed, a system of belief, principles, or opinions.
English 12 - Lesson 2
Despot
Esoteric
Etymology
Gravity
An absolute monarch
Confined to a select circle
The history of a word
A manner that is serious and solemn
Despot
An absolute monarch
Esoteric
Confined to a select circle
English 12 Lesson 2
Metamorphosis
Donnybrook
Nonchalant
Vestige
A transformation or dramatic change
A fight; an uproar
Unconcerned; Indifferent
A trace or evidence of something that once existed
Metamorphosis
A transformation or dramatic change
Donnybrook
A fight; an uproar
English 12 Lesson 2
Atithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
Opposite
Move upward
Strict
Independent
Atithesis
Opposite
Ascend
Move upward
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Lesson 2 English 12
Furtive
opaque
Symmetry
Autonomous
Secret in an underhanded way
Not allowing the passage of light, not transparent
Balanced proportions
Independent, self-contained
Furtive
Secret in an underhanded way
opaque
Not allowing the passage of light, not transparent
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English 12 lesson 2
absolve
adumbrate
apothegm
aspersion
to clear guilt
to foreshadow
a short
slander
absolve
to clear guilt
adumbrate
to foreshadow
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Lesson 2 English 12
Absolve
Adumbrate
Apothegm
Aspersion
V.) To clear guilt, or to free from a promise or a responsibi…
V.) To foreshadow in an indirect way.... 2. To outline in a sket…
N.) A short, instructive saying.
N.) A defamatory expression; slander.
Absolve
V.) To clear guilt, or to free from a promise or a responsibi…
Adumbrate
V.) To foreshadow in an indirect way.... 2. To outline in a sket…
Lesson 2- English 12
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A contrast, direct opposite
To move upward
Strict,stern; unadorned, ascetic
Independent
Antithesis
A contrast, direct opposite
Ascend
To move upward
Vocabulary Lesson 2 CP 12
antithesis
ascend
austere
autononmous
a direct opposite, a contrast
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
strict, stern; unadorned, ascetic
independent, self-contained
antithesis
a direct opposite, a contrast
ascend
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
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English 12 Lesson 2
absolve
adumbrate
apothegm
aspersion
To clear guilt or free from a promise
to foreshadow or to outline in a sketchy way
a short, instructive saying
slander
absolve
To clear guilt or free from a promise
adumbrate
to foreshadow or to outline in a sketchy way
English 12 lesson 2
Metamorphosis
Donnybrook
Nonchalant
Vestige
A transformation or dramatic change
A flight; an uproar
Unconcerned; indifferent
A trace of evidence of something that once existed
Metamorphosis
A transformation or dramatic change
Donnybrook
A flight; an uproar
English 12 Lesson 2
antithesis
bauble
bestial
bland
opposite
trinket
savage, cruel
tasteless, uninteresting
antithesis
opposite
bauble
trinket
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Lesson 2 English 12
Donnybrook
Interlocutor
Carte Blanche
Rife
A fight
Someone who participates in a conversation
Boundless authority
Overflowing, redundant
Donnybrook
A fight
Interlocutor
Someone who participates in a conversation
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English 12 Lesson 2 (Whole set)
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; indifferent
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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English 12: Lesson 2
Banal
Dilettante
Cacophony
Voracious
...
...
Loud and unpleasant noises
Greedy
Banal
...
Dilettante
...
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English 12 Lesson 2
baffle (v)
cinema (n)
despise (v)
ebullient (adj)
bewilder; perplex; fill with confusion; puzzle; frustrate
movies; motion-picture industry
look down on with contempt or disgust; loathe; regard as infe…
overflowing with enthusiasm; exuberant; effervescent; high-sp…
baffle (v)
bewilder; perplex; fill with confusion; puzzle; frustrate
cinema (n)
movies; motion-picture industry
English 12- Lesson 2
Belie
Clandestine
Collusion
Dissemble
To picture falsely; misrepresent
Concealed or kept secret, often for unlawful purposes
A secret agreement between two or more persons for a deceitfu…
To disguise or conceal behind a false appearance: dissemble o…
Belie
To picture falsely; misrepresent
Clandestine
Concealed or kept secret, often for unlawful purposes
Honors English 12- Lesson 2
Metamorphosis
Donnybrook
Nonchalant
Vestige
A transformation or dramtic change
A fight; an uproar
Unconcerned; indifferent
A trace or evidence of something that once existed
Metamorphosis
A transformation or dramtic change
Donnybrook
A fight; an uproar
English 12: lesson 2
Absolve
Adumbrate
Apothegm
Aspersion
Forgive
Foreshadow in an indirect way
A short saying, maxim
Slander, insult
Absolve
Forgive
Adumbrate
Foreshadow in an indirect way
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Lesson 2.12 Vocabulary
profit motive
value
demand
supply
the use of resources toward the greatest profit for the produ…
an individual view of the worth of a product or service
a relationship between the quantity of a product consumers ar…
a relationship between the quantity of a product that produce…
profit motive
the use of resources toward the greatest profit for the produ…
value
an individual view of the worth of a product or service
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