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Boegman English 9H Rhetoric Vocabulary
Apostrophe
Apposition
Asyndeton
Brachylogia
Turning one's speech from one audience to another. Most often…
Addition of an adjacent, coordinate, explanatory or descripti…
The omission of conjunctions between clauses, often resulting…
The absence of conjunctions between single words. The effect…
Apostrophe
Turning one's speech from one audience to another. Most often…
Apposition
Addition of an adjacent, coordinate, explanatory or descripti…
English Vocabulary Lesson One
divulge
abet
ardor
dogmatic
to tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in a wrongdoing
an intense feeling of devotion or eagerness
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
divulge
to tell; to reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in a wrongdoing
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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
English Vocabulary Lesson 11
abstract
appreciate
dimension
illustration
art that has forms that are not recognizable
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
is a measurement
is a picture
abstract
art that has forms that are not recognizable
appreciate
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
English Vocabulary Lesson 11
abstract
appreciate
dimension
illustration
art that has forms that are not recognizable
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
is a measurement
is a picture
abstract
art that has forms that are not recognizable
appreciate
a work of art, you enjoy and understand it
English Vocabulary: Lesson 6
elevation
military
employ
profession
is the height of land above sea level.
refers to the armed forces.
to provide work for a person.
is an occupation.
elevation
is the height of land above sea level.
military
refers to the armed forces.
English Vocabulary Lesson 8
convert
distinct
elements
evolve
is to change something into another form
something that is separate
all matter is composed from 103 of these
develop gradually
convert
is to change something into another form
distinct
something that is separate
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English Vocabulary Lesson 8
conspicuous
inspector
prospect
specimen
easily seen
an official appointed to look over something carefully
something "seen" in advance or looked forward to
a sample that can be seen, showing what others of its kind ar…
conspicuous
easily seen
inspector
an official appointed to look over something carefully
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Smrt English Lessons Vocabulary
advance
aim
appearance
arrange
to move forward
goal
the way that someone or something looks
v. To put in definite or proper order.... configuration... organize
advance
to move forward
aim
goal
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English Vocabulary lesson 6
boon
coax
corrode
eccentric
a benifit
to persuade
to wear away
unusual
boon
a benifit
coax
to persuade
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English Lesson 10 Vocabulary
Devious
Duplicity
Fictitious
Guile
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
Not real; false
Sly or cunning intelligence
Devious
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Duplicity
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
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English Lesson 9 Vocabulary
Broach
Convene
Debut
Embark
start to discuss; approach
to call together
A first public appearance
to go aboard; to make a start; to invest
Broach
start to discuss; approach
Convene
to call together
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English Lesson 6 Vocabulary
Accolade
Adulation
Anathema
Commend
An expression of praise
Excessive praise or admiration
Someone or something that is hated
To praise, express approval; to present as worthy of attention
Accolade
An expression of praise
Adulation
Excessive praise or admiration
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English Lesson 4 Vocabulary
Cessation
Commence
Deter
Hamper
To stop or bring to an end
To begin
To prevent or discourage from acting
To prevent from moving freely
Cessation
To stop or bring to an end
Commence
To begin
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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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Lesson 4 English Vocabulary
agenda
antidote
apathy
bland
A list of things to be done; a schedule
Something that reduces the effects of a poison; anything that…
Lack of interest and concern
Dull; not interesting or exciting
agenda
A list of things to be done; a schedule
antidote
Something that reduces the effects of a poison; anything that…
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English Lesson 3 Vocabulary
Behold
Discernment
Envision
Foresee
To gaze at or look upon
judgment; perceptiveness
to imagine; to foresee... To picture in the mind; to imagine
to know in advance... To see or know ahead of time
Behold
To gaze at or look upon
Discernment
judgment; perceptiveness
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English Lesson 15 Vocabulary
Aficionado
Bravado
Embargo
Flotilla
An enthusiastic fan or admirer
False bravery
A ban on trade
A fleet of boats or small ships
Aficionado
An enthusiastic fan or admirer
Bravado
False bravery
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Lesson 3 English Vocabulary
delete
impartial
integrity
legitimate
to cross out or erase; remove
Fair; not biased; without prejudice
Honesty; strong moral sense
In accordance with accepted laws, rules, and standards
delete
to cross out or erase; remove
impartial
Fair; not biased; without prejudice
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Lesson 5 English Vocabulary
to endorse
to erode
gruesome
a hypocrite
to support
to wear away
horrible, shocking
someone who says one thing and does another
to endorse
to support
to erode
to wear away
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Lesson 1 English Vocabulary
acknowledge
alternative
anecdote
appropriate
to admit or confess
a choice
an entertaining short story about an event
proper; suitable to the situation
acknowledge
to admit or confess
alternative
a choice
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english: vocabulary lesson 1
acquittal
assert
condescend
contemptuous
noun; declaration removing blame
verb; insist, declare, maintain
verb; stoop, humble oneself
adjective; arrogant, insolent
acquittal
noun; declaration removing blame
assert
verb; insist, declare, maintain
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English lesson 3 vocabulary
audition
auditorium
autograph
automate
a test or trial performance
a large room or building designed for a big audience
a signature
to enable to operate with little or no human supervision
audition
a test or trial performance
auditorium
a large room or building designed for a big audience
English Vocabulary Lesson 10
analysis
paraphrase
description
refer
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
to put in your own words
is a verbal representation of something
means "to turn to"
analysis
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
paraphrase
to put in your own words
English Vocabulary: Lesson 6
elevation
military
employ
profession
is the height of land above sea level.
refers to the armed forces.
to provide work for a person.
is an occupation.
elevation
is the height of land above sea level.
military
refers to the armed forces.
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English 4 Vocabulary: Lesson 19
censure
abound
amnesty
rift
To criticize harshly; blame
to exist in great numbers
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
A split, break, breach
censure
To criticize harshly; blame
abound
to exist in great numbers
English Vocabulary Lesson 3
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous, amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
affable
friendly, courteous, amiable
English Vocabulary: Lesson 5
income
asset
compute
inventory
"earnings"
is a valuable possession.
in a math problem is to figure it out.
a list of possessions or goods.
income
"earnings"
asset
is a valuable possession.
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
Supercilium
Supercilious
Os, Oris
Oro, Orare, Oravi, Oratum
L. "Eyebrow"
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
L. "mouth"
L. "to speak"
Supercilium
L. "Eyebrow"
Supercilious
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
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English Vocabulary Lesson 6
condone
nuance
connoisseur
enigma
v. to forgive or overlook an offense
n. a slight or subtle degree of difference
n. an expert in matters of culture, food, or wine
n. a mystery; something seemingly inexplicable
condone
v. to forgive or overlook an offense
nuance
n. a slight or subtle degree of difference
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English Vocabulary Lesson 2
heresy
docile
libation
anathema
noun: the crime of holding a belief that goes against establi…
adjective: easy to teach or manage
noun: a drink, especially an alcoholic one
noun: 1. a hated, repellant person or thing... 2. a formal curse
heresy
noun: the crime of holding a belief that goes against establi…
docile
adjective: easy to teach or manage
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English - Vocabulary Lesson 7
Domus
Domicile
domestic
Dominus
L. "house"
N. a home; residence
adj. Related to the family or household... 2. Tame; trained to l…
L. "head of household", "Lord, Master"
Domus
L. "house"
Domicile
N. a home; residence
English 3 Vocabulary Lesson 9
machination
pejorative
harbinger
nubile
an evil design or plan
having a negative effect; insulting
an omen or sign
suitable for marriage in age and physical development; referr…
machination
an evil design or plan
pejorative
having a negative effect; insulting
English Lesson: 7 Vocabulary
amendment
consent
democracy
diverse
is a change for the better.
something you agree to.
a form of government in which power belongs to people.
means varied.
amendment
is a change for the better.
consent
something you agree to.
English Lesson: 7 Vocabulary
amendment
consent
democracy
diverse
is a change for the better.
something you agree to.
a form of government in which power belongs to people.
means varied.
amendment
is a change for the better.
consent
something you agree to.
20 terms
English Vocabulary- Lesson 3
assume
averse
callous
discernible
take for granted; suppose; presume (verb)
having a strong feeling of opposition (dislike) disinclined;…
feeling no sympathy for others; insensitive; hardhearted (adj…
capable of being discerned (perceived) distinguishable; obser…
assume
take for granted; suppose; presume (verb)
averse
having a strong feeling of opposition (dislike) disinclined;…
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English 6: Lesson 9 Vocabulary
venture
defy
consequences
permeated
(verb) to brave the dangers of: The sailor was brave enough t…
(verb) to oppose or resist openly or boldly: There is no good…
(noun) something that follows from an action or condition; an…
(verb) To spread or flow throughout: The smell of baking cook…
venture
(verb) to brave the dangers of: The sailor was brave enough t…
defy
(verb) to oppose or resist openly or boldly: There is no good…
10 terms
lesson 1 English Vocabulary
Alarm
anticipation
bewilderment
cope
to feel frightened, disturbed, or in danger
the action of waiting
confused and puzzled
to survive
Alarm
to feel frightened, disturbed, or in danger
anticipation
the action of waiting
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English vocabulary lesson1
alert
watchful, vigilant
brawny
muscular, strong, sinewy
wide-awake and ready to act quickly
alert
having well developed muscles
brawny
alert
wide-awake and ready to act quickly
watchful, vigilant
alert
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English Vocabulary lesson 5
Abrupt
Animosity
Chaotic
Cordial
adj. occurring quickly and without warning; sudden; unexpected
n. feeling of ill will or resentment; hostility; antagonism;…
adj. in a state of chaos(utter confusion); disordered; confused
adj. warm and friendly; gracious; genial; amiable
Abrupt
adj. occurring quickly and without warning; sudden; unexpected
Animosity
n. feeling of ill will or resentment; hostility; antagonism;…
20 terms
English Vocabulary lesson 4
Adroit
Adversary
Avert
Cogent
adj. cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger; s…
n. person or group that opposes another; opponent; foe; enemy
v. turn away or aside; ward off; prevent; forestall; obviate
adj. appealing forcibly to the mind or reason; convincing; so…
Adroit
adj. cleverly skillful in coping with difficulty or danger; s…
Adversary
n. person or group that opposes another; opponent; foe; enemy
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Lesson 6 English vocabulary
antiquated
arable
ascendancy
atrophy
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
fit for plowing, tillable
domination; growing power
to waste away, to wither
antiquated
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
arable
fit for plowing, tillable
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Lesson 3 English Vocabulary
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous, amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
affable
friendly, courteous, amiable
15 terms
Lesson 3 English vocabulary
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand
friendly; amiable; courteous
boldness; daring spirit; rashiness
deeply apologetic; repentant; remorseful
abstruse
difficult to understand
affable
friendly; amiable; courteous
15 terms
English Vocabulary Lesson 14
abundant
behold
colossal
destiny
more than enough, very plentiful
to hold in view; to look at.
huge; astonishingly large
something that is certain to happen
abundant
more than enough, very plentiful
behold
to hold in view; to look at.
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
admission
dear
decided
edge
an acknowledgement or confession.
high-priced; costly; expensive
1. definite and unmistakable; unquestionable... 2. unhesitating;…
favorable position; advantage
admission
an acknowledgement or confession.
dear
high-priced; costly; expensive
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lesson 1 English Vocabulary
Alarm
anticipation
bewilderment
cope
to feel frightened, disturbed, or in danger
the action of waiting
confused and puzzled
to survive
Alarm
to feel frightened, disturbed, or in danger
anticipation
the action of waiting
20 terms
English Vocabulary lesson 6
Accelerate
Aftermath
Amicable
Arduous
v. Add to the speed of; hasten; quicken... OPPOSITE= decelerate;…
n. That which follows or results, especially from a disaster;…
adj. Characterized by goodwill; not quarrelsome; friendly; pe…
adj. Involving great hardship or exertion; laborious; difficu…
Accelerate
v. Add to the speed of; hasten; quicken... OPPOSITE= decelerate;…
Aftermath
n. That which follows or results, especially from a disaster;…
English Vocabulary Lesson 19
buffeted
champion
cloister
ecstasy
strike repeatedly and violently
a person who has defeated or surpassed all rivals in a compet…
seclude
an overwhelming feeling of great happiness
buffeted
strike repeatedly and violently
champion
a person who has defeated or surpassed all rivals in a compet…
10 terms
English Lesson 1 Vocabulary
apparrel
besieged /bəˈsējd/
famished
repast
clothing
under attack
extremely hungry
meal, food
apparrel
clothing
besieged /bəˈsējd/
under attack
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