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martin /vocabulary #4
amend
cram
despair
eave
to make better,to improve
to fill a space beyond normal capacity
to give up hope,loss of hope
roof overhang
amend
to make better,to improve
cram
to fill a space beyond normal capacity
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vocabulary 4 mr. martin
berserk
jubilee
juggernut
kowtow
destructively violent
a season or occasion or joyful celebration
an overwhelming and irresistible force or movement
to show respect or submission; fawn
berserk
destructively violent
jubilee
a season or occasion or joyful celebration
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vocabulary ch 4 (martin)
subcontinent
monsoon
citadel
migrate
A large landmass that juts out from a continent
a strong wind that blows across East Asia at certain times of…
A fortress in the city
to move from one place; to settle in another area
subcontinent
A large landmass that juts out from a continent
monsoon
a strong wind that blows across East Asia at certain times of…
Martin, Vocabulary Week 4
Fastidious
Furtive
Gregarious
Hypocrite
Reflecting a meticulous attitude, critical to an extreme
Secret in an underhanded way, stealthy
Sociable and outgoing
One who is insincere or deceitful
Fastidious
Reflecting a meticulous attitude, critical to an extreme
Furtive
Secret in an underhanded way, stealthy
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vocabulary unit 4- Mrs. Martin
shoddy
aghast
wary
famine
not made well
shocked
be watchful
no food, lack or scarcity of food
shoddy
not made well
aghast
shocked
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4-2 My Brother Martin - Vocabulary
segregation
encounters
recall
preferred
keeping two groups of people apart
experiences with something
remember something and tell people about it
liked one thing more than other things
segregation
keeping two groups of people apart
encounters
experiences with something
Mr. Martin Vocabulary Quiz #4
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Allot
A large crowd
A large, impressive building
Place of political or social perfection
To divide or distribute in shares
Throng
A large crowd
Edifice
A large, impressive building
Mrs. Martin Vocabulary Set 8.4
acquaint
chowder
democracy
dexterity
to inform yourself or someone else about something or someone…
A thick soup containing fish or shellfish, especially clams,…
A government by the rule of the many, typically through elect…
Skill and grace in physical movement
acquaint
to inform yourself or someone else about something or someone…
chowder
A thick soup containing fish or shellfish, especially clams,…
H.martin chapter 4 vocabulary
Rock
Rock cycle
Erosion
Depositing
A naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals a…
The continual process by which new rock forms from old rock m…
The process by which sediment is removed from its source
The process in which sediment is dropped and comes to rest
Rock
A naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals a…
Rock cycle
The continual process by which new rock forms from old rock m…
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Martin - Vocabulary #4 - Clean Your Room
amend
cram
despair
eave
to make better,to improve
to fill a space beyond normal capacity
to give up hope,loss of hope
roof overhang
amend
to make better,to improve
cram
to fill a space beyond normal capacity
Vocabulary 4 - Literature
frantic
freight
ornery
jabber
wild with worry or fear
cargo
easily annoyed, unpleasant
talk rapidly
frantic
wild with worry or fear
freight
cargo
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Column 4 Vocabulary - Martin - Spanish 3
levantarse
sentarse
acostarse
dormirse
to get up
to sit down
to go to bed
to fall asleep
levantarse
to get up
sentarse
to sit down
Unit 4 Vocabulary-American History 1 Martin
Adams-Onis Treaty
Alexander Hamilton
Alien Acts
Sedition Act
Known as the Transnational or Florida Treaty signed in 1819 o…
A federalist who served in the Constitutional Convention and…
Allowed the president to arrest or deport any immigrant who s…
Set fines and jail terms for anyone using false statements ag…
Adams-Onis Treaty
Known as the Transnational or Florida Treaty signed in 1819 o…
Alexander Hamilton
A federalist who served in the Constitutional Convention and…
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Vocabulary 8-3 & 8-4 Martin Lu
emanated
protruded
discombobulate
exasperating
(v) to come out from a source, spread out, dispersed... synonym:…
(v) to stick out... synonym: bulged... antonym: compressed... sentence…
(v) confused... synonym: befuddle... antonym: clarify... sentence: The…
(adj) horrible, annoying... synonym: irritating... antonym: comfort…
emanated
(v) to come out from a source, spread out, dispersed... synonym:…
protruded
(v) to stick out... synonym: bulged... antonym: compressed... sentence…
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 4
affable
aggrandize
aura
contraband
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up o…
(n.) that which surrounds (as an atmosphere); a distinctive a…
(n.) illegal traffic, smuggled goods. (adj.) illegal, prohibi…
affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
aggrandize
(v.) to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up o…
Collection 4 Vocabulary-Literature
Communication
Contrast
Illustrate
Conflict
Talking or gestures in order to convey a thought or informati…
Comparison of two opposites in order to make one item stand ou
To draw a picture in order to show a scene from a story or wo…
The problem in the story which needs to be resolved.
Communication
Talking or gestures in order to convey a thought or informati…
Contrast
Comparison of two opposites in order to make one item stand ou
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Spanish 4 H El Mensajero de San Martin Vocabulary
la patria
el castigo
el despacho
el paisaje
homeland
punishment
office
landscape
la patria
homeland
el castigo
punishment
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Diary of Anne Frank Vocabulary LA4 Jake Martin
Ardent
Capitulation
Blithely
Mercurial
Passionate
Agreement
Happy
Changing
Ardent
Passionate
Capitulation
Agreement
Literature Unit 4 Vocabulary
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
associated, connected
to find out
an accomplishment, the act of achieving
to give or pass on as an inheritance
affiliated
associated, connected
ascertain
to find out
Literature Vocabulary: Unit 4
aquit
deem
devastate
discredit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
(v.) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
(v.) to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
(v.) to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted; to damage i…
aquit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
deem
(v.) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
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Literature vocabulary #4
Acquit
Deem
Devastate
Discredit
To declare not guilty
To think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
To destroy, leave in ruins
To throw doubt upon/ a loss or lack of belief, confidence or…
Acquit
To declare not guilty
Deem
To think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
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Unit 4 Vocabulary-American History 1 Martin
Adams-Onis Treaty
Alexander Hamilton
Alien Acts
Sedition Act
Known as the Transnational or Florida Treaty signed in 1819 o…
A federalist who served in the Constitutional Convention and…
Allowed the president to arrest or deport any immigrant who s…
Set fines and jail terms for anyone using false statements ag…
Adams-Onis Treaty
Known as the Transnational or Florida Treaty signed in 1819 o…
Alexander Hamilton
A federalist who served in the Constitutional Convention and…
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Vocabulary My Brother Martin (grade 4)
Injustice
numerous
segregation
nourishing
unfair treatment, unfairness
many
separate,... Separation of people based on racial, ethnic, or ot…
healthful... promoting health and growth
Injustice
unfair treatment, unfairness
numerous
many
Collection 4 Literature Vocabulary
beleaguered
ascetic
fanatic
ruse
surrounded and under attack
severe, also self-disciplined
person whose extreme devotion to a cause is excessive or unre…
trick
beleaguered
surrounded and under attack
ascetic
severe, also self-disciplined
Book 4 ch. 5 vocabulary for mrs martin
Energy
Kinetic energy
Potential energy
Mechanical energy
The capacity to do work
The energy of an object that is due to the objects motion
The energy that an object has because of the position, shape,…
The amount of work an object can do because of the objects ki…
Energy
The capacity to do work
Kinetic energy
The energy of an object that is due to the objects motion
Unit 4 Vocabulary - Myra Anne Martin
Appeal
Arraignment
Arrest Warrant
Civil Law
Right to ask for a higher court to review the case
Process by which the accused enters a plea
Authorization by the court to make an arrest
A disagreement is settled in court
Appeal
Right to ask for a higher court to review the case
Arraignment
Process by which the accused enters a plea
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Literature Vocabulary #4
adj. 1. able to give a correct reading…
adj. not exact, but close enough to be…
n. 1. the path over which something mo…
v. to leave; to go away from a place n…
accurate
approximent
course
depart
adj. 1. able to give a correct reading…
accurate
adj. not exact, but close enough to be…
approximent
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American Literature Vocabulary 4
indigence
judicious
loquacious
milieu
(n.) extreme poverty
(adj.) fair and equal
(adj.) talkative; using too many words
(n.) environment, surroundings
indigence
(n.) extreme poverty
judicious
(adj.) fair and equal
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Literature Vocabulary 4
Obscurity
Iniquity
Ostentatious
Pensively
the state of being unknown or forgotten
the quality of being unfair or evil
displaying wealth, knowledge
quietly sad or thoughtful
Obscurity
the state of being unknown or forgotten
Iniquity
the quality of being unfair or evil
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Vocabulary 4 (Literature)
celibate
censure
cessation
chaff
unmarried
to critisize sharply
a stopping
worthless manner
celibate
unmarried
censure
to critisize sharply
Literature Vocabulary U4
Abscond
Access
Anarchy
Arduous
(v.) To run off and hide
(n) Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an inc…
(n) A lack of government and law; confusion
(adj.) Hard to do, requiring much effort
Abscond
(v.) To run off and hide
Access
(n) Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an inc…
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Elements of Literature: Vocabulary 4
Idiom
Personification
Hyperbole
Alliteration
Sayings that have hidden meanings. The expressions don't mean…
Giving the qualities of a person to an animal, an object, or…
An extreme exaggeration.
Repetition of the initial consonant sound.
Idiom
Sayings that have hidden meanings. The expressions don't mean…
Personification
Giving the qualities of a person to an animal, an object, or…
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British Literature Vocabulary List #4
evade (v)
evocation (n)
exult (v)
flouting (v)
to escape by cleverness or deception
act of bringing something to mind
to feel great joy, especially in conquest or triumph
disregarding in a contemptuous way; scorning
evade (v)
to escape by cleverness or deception
evocation (n)
act of bringing something to mind
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Literature Vocabulary Words 4
elude
fallow
blight
obsequy
to escape notice; to get away from
inactive; unproductive
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
a funeral rite or ceremony
elude
to escape notice; to get away from
fallow
inactive; unproductive
Literature Vocabulary 4
Akin
Corroborate
Inexorable
Insipid
Of similar character
Confirm or give support to (statement, theory, or finding)
Impossible to stop or prevent
Lacking flavor, lacking vigor or interest
Akin
Of similar character
Corroborate
Confirm or give support to (statement, theory, or finding)
Grade 4 - Vocabulary - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
protest
discrimination
vision
boycott
rally;picket
prejudice
imagination
refusal
protest
rally;picket
discrimination
prejudice
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Literature Vocabulary 4
Affable
Agranian
Arduous
Avid
Friendly; agreeable; easy to talk to; amiable; good-natured
Concerning farms; farmers, or the use of land
Involving or requiring strenuous effort; laborious
Enthusiastic; extremely interested; eager
Affable
Friendly; agreeable; easy to talk to; amiable; good-natured
Agranian
Concerning farms; farmers, or the use of land
AP Literature Vocabulary 4
Unctuous
Veracity
Voracity
Bucolic
Sickening flattery; oily
Truthfulness
Eating greedily
Related to the countryside
Unctuous
Sickening flattery; oily
Veracity
Truthfulness
Literature Unit 4 Vocabulary
point of view
persona
third-person point of view
omniscient viewpoint
the perspective or angle from which a story is told
the person created by the author to tell the story, affecting…
the point of view in which the author refers to the character…
the viewpoint taken by an author who tells his story in third…
point of view
the perspective or angle from which a story is told
persona
the person created by the author to tell the story, affecting…
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Literature Vocabulary Unit 4
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely,…
to think, believe, to consider, have an opinion (v)
to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins (v)
to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted, to damage in rep…
acquit
to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely,…
deem
to think, believe, to consider, have an opinion (v)
Literature Vocabulary #4
Cosmopolitan
Sagacious
Indolent
Peruse
(Adj) internationally sophisticated; worldly
(Adj) wise; having or showing the ability to understand diffi…
(Adj) lazy; not liking to work or be active; causing little o…
**has 2 definitions that are opposites of each other**... (V)…
Cosmopolitan
(Adj) internationally sophisticated; worldly
Sagacious
(Adj) wise; having or showing the ability to understand diffi…
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American Literature Vocabulary 4
Predilection (Noun)
Ingratiating (Adjective)
Dissembling (Noun)
Calumny (Noun)
Pre-existing preference
Charming or flattering
Disguising one's real nature or motives
False accusation; slander
Predilection (Noun)
Pre-existing preference
Ingratiating (Adjective)
Charming or flattering
British Literature Vocabulary 4
deign
assay
devise
wan
verb; to do something that one considers beneath one's dignit…
verb; to try or attempt... -I assayed a bit of my presentation o…
verb; work out or create; plan ... -We devised a plan to reduce…
adjective; sickly pale; faint or weak... -Despite my grandma bei…
deign
verb; to do something that one considers beneath one's dignit…
assay
verb; to try or attempt... -I assayed a bit of my presentation o…
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British Literature Vocabulary #4
abyss
alacrity
allege
antipathy
noun; a deep or seemingly bottomless chasm.
noun; brisk and cheerful readiness.
verb; claim or assert that someone has done something illegal…
noun; a deep-seated feeling of dislike; aversion.
abyss
noun; a deep or seemingly bottomless chasm.
alacrity
noun; brisk and cheerful readiness.
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British Literature Vocabulary // 4
acme
apocryphal
catharsis
desiccate
(n) the highest point ... syn: zenith, pinnacle... ant: nadir
(adj) of doubtful origin; fictitious ... syn: spurious, false, e…
(n) an extremely emotional experience
(v) to dry up completely
acme
(n) the highest point ... syn: zenith, pinnacle... ant: nadir
apocryphal
(adj) of doubtful origin; fictitious ... syn: spurious, false, e…
Literature Vocabulary Lesson 4
aviation
demonstration
departure
detect
the art or science of flying airplains
the act of proving or showing something through an example; a…
the act of going away or leaving
to discover; to notice something not obvious
aviation
the art or science of flying airplains
demonstration
the act of proving or showing something through an example; a…
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World Literature Vocabulary List #4
complacent
florid
spate
heinous
pleased or satisfied with oneself
Pink or rosy in complexion
a large outpouring of words
terribly evil
complacent
pleased or satisfied with oneself
florid
Pink or rosy in complexion
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Literature Vocabulary 4.1
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Society
Man vs God
Man vs. himself
One person in opposition to another or a personified character.
One person in opposition to a group of people (or personified…
One person in opposition to some controlling force like God o…
One person struggling with an internal conflict, temptation,…
Man vs. Man
One person in opposition to another or a personified character.
Man vs. Society
One person in opposition to a group of people (or personified…
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British Literature Vocabulary #4
Myopic
Overt
Pejorative
Propound
Adjective; nearsighted or lacking imagination, foresight, or…
Adjective; done or shown openly, plainly or readily apparent,…
Adjective; expressing contempt or disproval
Verb; put forward(an idea, theory, or point of view) for cons…
Myopic
Adjective; nearsighted or lacking imagination, foresight, or…
Overt
Adjective; done or shown openly, plainly or readily apparent,…
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Honors Literature Vocabulary #4
Abstemious adj.
Blithe adj
Crepuscular adj
Enunciation n
Self denying; refraining from indulging
Free spirited; carefree
Active at dawn and dusk
Clear pronunciation; accent; articulation
Abstemious adj.
Self denying; refraining from indulging
Blithe adj
Free spirited; carefree
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