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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…
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English Vocabulary set #7
Rhetoric
Dogmatic
Philippic
Pandemic
N. The art or study of using language effectively and persuas…
Adj. Characterized by an authoritative, often arrogant, asser…
N. A verbal denunciation characterized by harsh, insulting la…
Adj. widespread; general
Rhetoric
N. The art or study of using language effectively and persuas…
Dogmatic
Adj. Characterized by an authoritative, often arrogant, asser…
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English vocabulary set #7
Bequest (go west)
Brouhaha (brew ha ha)
Morass (molasses)
Manifest (man in vest) 💥1
Something left o someone in a will
An uproar, hubbub
Anything that hinders, traps or overwhelms; low-lying, soggy…
Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious
Bequest (go west)
Something left o someone in a will
Brouhaha (brew ha ha)
An uproar, hubbub
Vocabulary Set #7 (English III)
cantankerous (adj)
deride (verb)
debacle (noun)
temerity (noun)
argumentative and uncooperative; bad-tempered
to verbally rip apart; mock/insult
a disaster; failure
excessive or foolish boldness; nerve/rashness
cantankerous (adj)
argumentative and uncooperative; bad-tempered
deride (verb)
to verbally rip apart; mock/insult
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English Vocabulary Set 7
extinguish
expand
eject
emit
put out
To increase in size or amount
to throw out
to send out
extinguish
put out
expand
To increase in size or amount
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English Vocabulary set 7
Infernal-adj
Exodus-noun
Imperative-adj
Grisly-adj
irritating/hellish
departure
crucial
horrifying
Infernal-adj
irritating/hellish
Exodus-noun
departure
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English Vocabulary set #7
Dilemma
Concur
Abated
Decorum
A situation with a difficult choice
Be of the same opinion
Become less intense
Behaviour in keeping with good taste
Dilemma
A situation with a difficult choice
Concur
Be of the same opinion
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English Vocabulary set #7
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
(n.) A rapid, large-scale outpouring of something... Syn: volley…
(n.) intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person... Syn: racist
(v.) to indicate, point out; to appoint; (adj.) selected but…
(n.) difference, variety; condition of having many different…
Barrage
(n.) A rapid, large-scale outpouring of something... Syn: volley…
Bigot
(n.) intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person... Syn: racist
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English Vocabulary Set #7
curtail
travesty
scruple
havoc
shorten, reduce, lessen (verb)
ridiculous imitation (noun)
doubt or uneasiness as to what is right, or proper (noun); he…
great destruction or confusion (noun)
curtail
shorten, reduce, lessen (verb)
travesty
ridiculous imitation (noun)
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English Vocabulary set 7
Abstruse
Histrionic
Accrue
Impropriety
difficult to understand; obscure.
overly theatrical or melodramatic in character or style.
(of sums of money or benefits) be received by someone in regu…
a failure to observe standards or show due honesty or modesty…
Abstruse
difficult to understand; obscure.
Histrionic
overly theatrical or melodramatic in character or style.
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English Vocabulary: set #7
Allegory
Allusion
Anecdote
Epigram
A story that represents abstract ideas or moral qualities
A reverence to a piece of work that isn't a part of the story…
A brief story that is usually illustrative or humorous
A short statement or poem with a witty turn of thought or wit…
Allegory
A story that represents abstract ideas or moral qualities
Allusion
A reverence to a piece of work that isn't a part of the story…
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English Vocabulary Set #7
Conjecture
Development
Elaborate
Enterprising
To guess based on uncertain terms. Verb.
The growth or progression of something. An event that changes…
To give more details about something. Verb.
Marked by imagination, initiative, and readiness to undertake…
Conjecture
To guess based on uncertain terms. Verb.
Development
The growth or progression of something. An event that changes…
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Banal
Cajole
Culpable
Hiatus
Adjective ... Lacking in originality as to be obvious... Cliche
Verb... Persuade someone multiple times to do something by flat…
Adjective... Deserving blame... Guilty
Noun... A gap in a sequence... Pause
Banal
Adjective ... Lacking in originality as to be obvious... Cliche
Cajole
Verb... Persuade someone multiple times to do something by flat…
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English 7 - Vocabulary Set B - #2
astronomic
charisma
trustee
coordinated
having to do with stars and other heavenly bodies
a strong and inspiring quality in a person that others like o…
a person who manages another's property
working together in an orderly way
astronomic
having to do with stars and other heavenly bodies
charisma
a strong and inspiring quality in a person that others like o…
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English Vocabulary set 7
Gird
Daunt
Flux
Hovel
To prepare for an event or action
To make afraid; to discourage
A state of continual change or movement
A wretched living place; an open shed
Gird
To prepare for an event or action
Daunt
To make afraid; to discourage
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Adieu
Advent
Apex
Assimilate
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell ... Synonyms: (int.) "So lo…
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view... Synonym: approa…
(n.) the highest point, tip... Synonyms: peak, summit, acme... An…
(v.) to absorb fully; to adopt as one's own; to adapt fully…
Adieu
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell ... Synonyms: (int.) "So lo…
Advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view... Synonym: approa…
English Vocabulary Set 7
Conjecture
Development
Elaborate
Enterprising
V, the formation or expression of an opinion or theory withou…
N, the act or process of developing; growth; progress:
V, worked out with great care and nicety of detail; executed…
Adj, ready to undertake projects of importance or difficulty,…
Conjecture
V, the formation or expression of an opinion or theory withou…
Development
N, the act or process of developing; growth; progress:
English vocabulary set 7
Path
Ped
Phil
Phys
Feeling
Child
Love
Body/nature
Path
Feeling
Ped
Child
English vocabulary set 7
Debiliate
Impeach
Abate
Nullify
To weaken
To accuse or charge with misconduct
To reduce in amount, intensity, or degree
To cancel, make invalid, or void
Debiliate
To weaken
Impeach
To accuse or charge with misconduct
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English Vocabulary Set 7
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
to yield to
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
to include or contain
skillful or nimble
accede
to yield to
brandish
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
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English- Vocabulary Set 7
deluge
martial
anthropomorphic
careen
a flood
warlike
to act like a human
to swerve
deluge
a flood
martial
warlike
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
adj. skillful, clever
adj. visible to the eyes
adj. foolish: inane
adj. pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
adj. skillful, clever
Macroscopic
adj. visible to the eyes
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Vocabulary English Set 7
nepotism noun
begrude verb
mandarin noun
glutinous adjective
Favoritism shown to family or friend by those in power, espec…
To resent another success, to envy.
An influential person; a memeber of an elite group.
Gluey, sticky
nepotism noun
Favoritism shown to family or friend by those in power, espec…
begrude verb
To resent another success, to envy.
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English Vocabulary Set 7
culpable
accolade
acumen
acute
deserving blame
an award or honor
keen insight
sharp or severe
culpable
deserving blame
accolade
an award or honor
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English Vocabulary Set 7
audacity (n)
erudite (adj.)
sacrosanct (adj.)
tenacious (adj.)
boldness, rashness (negative connotation)
sagacious, great knowledge and learning
regarded as sacred
tending to keep a firm hold on something; stubborn!!
audacity (n)
boldness, rashness (negative connotation)
erudite (adj.)
sagacious, great knowledge and learning
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English Vocabulary Set 7
insolent
instigate
innocuous
insidious
(adj) boldly disrespectful in speech or behavior; impudent
(v) to provoke; to cause by inciting
(adj) that does not injure or harm; not controversial, offens…
(adj) working ill by slow and stealthy means
insolent
(adj) boldly disrespectful in speech or behavior; impudent
instigate
(v) to provoke; to cause by inciting
English 7 Vocabulary Set 4
annotate
annotations
entrenched
grueling
to add notes to a text that give explanation or comment
a note of explanation or comment added to a text
completely set and difficult or unlikely to change
tiring and demanding
annotate
to add notes to a text that give explanation or comment
annotations
a note of explanation or comment added to a text
English Vocabulary set 7
Test
Jus, jur, jud
Culp
Neg
Bear witness
Law
Blame, fault
Not, deny
Test
Bear witness
Jus, jur, jud
Law
English III Vocabulary Set 7
Arid
Compatible
Deplore
Fraught
Adj. lacking water or rainfall; very dry... Syn: baked, parched…
Adj. capable of existing or working together ... Syn: ; agreeab…
V1. To condemn; 2. to regret... Syn: 1agreeable; congruent; 2.…
Adj. 1. Filled with, Laiden ; 2. Emotionally distressed or di…
Arid
Adj. lacking water or rainfall; very dry... Syn: baked, parched…
Compatible
Adj. capable of existing or working together ... Syn: ; agreeab…
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English 7 and 8 vocabulary set 2
adjuourn
alien
comely
compensate
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
citizen of another country (adj.) foreign, strange
having a pleasing appearance
to make up for; to repay for services
adjuourn
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
alien
citizen of another country (adj.) foreign, strange
English vocabulary set 7
Implacable
Paroxysm
Reprehensible
Jurisdiction
Unable to be satisfied... Adj.
Tantrum, sudden outburst... Noun
Blame worthy ... Adj.
Area or zone of authority... Noun
Implacable
Unable to be satisfied... Adj.
Paroxysm
Tantrum, sudden outburst... Noun
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English Vocabulary set 7
allay
capacious
didactic
diurnal
verb reduce diminish decrease
adj roomy ample spacious
adj instructive educational informative
adj daily everyday quotidian
allay
verb reduce diminish decrease
capacious
adj roomy ample spacious
English-Vocabulary set 7
Horde
Meager
Guise
Baffled
A large moving throng; a swarm, a huge crowd
Thin, of poor quality or small amount; inadequate
An outward appearance; assumed appearance
Confused; not understanding
Horde
A large moving throng; a swarm, a huge crowd
Meager
Thin, of poor quality or small amount; inadequate
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English Vocabulary set 7
Invigorate... verb
Strew... transitive verb
Incessant... adjective
Oracle... noun
to give life and energy to (someone)... Synonyms ... Stimulate ... Am…
to spread or scatter things over or on the ground or some oth…
continuing without stopping : not stopping... Synonyms... ceaseles…
In ancient Greece : a person (such as a priestess) through wh…
Invigorate... verb
to give life and energy to (someone)... Synonyms ... Stimulate ... Am…
Strew... transitive verb
to spread or scatter things over or on the ground or some oth…
English Vocabulary Set 7
Mobile
Attest
Dispatch
Nocturnal
moving or able to move from place to place
to bear witness, or testify
to send to a specific place or on specific business
of the night
Mobile
moving or able to move from place to place
Attest
to bear witness, or testify
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Pathetic
Presentiment
Sensibility
Apathy
adj. expressing or arousing pity, sympathy, or tenderness; di…
n. a sense of something about to occur; foreboding
n. the ability to feel, sense, or perceive; refined appreciat…
n. lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Pathetic
adj. expressing or arousing pity, sympathy, or tenderness; di…
Presentiment
n. a sense of something about to occur; foreboding
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English Vocabulary Set 7
antidote
astringent
benign
convalesce
substance that counteracts a poison or evil
substance that shrinks tissue and stops the flow of blood
not harmful; gentle
to recover health and strength after an illness
antidote
substance that counteracts a poison or evil
astringent
substance that shrinks tissue and stops the flow of blood
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english set 7 vocabulary
wield
plaintive
quarrel
prostrate
use effectively
express sorrow
fight
lay flat
wield
use effectively
plaintive
express sorrow
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English Vocabulary Set 7
tawdry
Temerity
Ubiquitous
Vainglorious
cheap and showy
boldness
being everywhere
filled with elation
tawdry
cheap and showy
Temerity
boldness
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Psyche
Psychosomatic
Psychotic
Pusillanimous
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
having severe mental illness to the point of disconnection fr…
timid or cowardly, not brave
Psyche
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
Psychosomatic
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
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English vocabulary set 7
Ascetic
Assiduous
assuage
Attenuate
One who practices self denial
Diligent; hard-working
To make less severe
To weaken
Ascetic
One who practices self denial
Assiduous
Diligent; hard-working
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Motif
Blank verse
Independent Clause
Dependent Clause
Describes a pattern or strand of imagery or symbolism in a wo…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
An independent clause (or main clause) is a clause that can s…
In linguistics, a dependent clause (or a subordinate clause)…
Motif
Describes a pattern or strand of imagery or symbolism in a wo…
Blank verse
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
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English Vocabulary Set 7
incoherent
provocation
plebeian
incredulous
adj. impossible to explain or understand
n. something that stirs up anger or excitement
n. one or the common people of ancient Rome; a vulgar person;…
adj. showing disbelief or doubt; skeptical; disbelieving
incoherent
adj. impossible to explain or understand
provocation
n. something that stirs up anger or excitement
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Chasten
Chastise
Cherubic
Churlish
(v) castigate; punish; reprove
(v) to punish, discipline, scold
(adj) sweet; kind; innocent
(adj) selfish; rancorous; surly
Chasten
(v) castigate; punish; reprove
Chastise
(v) to punish, discipline, scold
English vocabulary set 7
Abrade
Burnish
Coagulate
Devoid
To wear off or down by scraping or rubbing
To polish by friction
To change from liquid into a solid
Lacking or free flowing
Abrade
To wear off or down by scraping or rubbing
Burnish
To polish by friction
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English Vocabulary set 7
Blare
Edict
Outspoken
Peal
A loud harsh sound; to make a loud sound
A proclamation or official command from someone in authority
Boldly,frank, and honest
To sound loudly; a loud burst of noise
Blare
A loud harsh sound; to make a loud sound
Edict
A proclamation or official command from someone in authority
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English vocabulary set 7
Espouse
Albeit
More
Caveat
To adapt or support
Although
The accepted traditional customs and usages of a particular s…
A warning
Espouse
To adapt or support
Albeit
Although
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English Vocabulary Set 7
Abashed
Acrimonious
Amicable
Anonymous
Ashamed or embarrassed
Bitter person
Nice
Unnamed or identified
Abashed
Ashamed or embarrassed
Acrimonious
Bitter person
English Vocabulary Set 7
Conjecture
Development
Interminable
Elaborate
Verb; form an opinion or supposition about something on the b…
Noun; something that is developing or being developed
Adjective; feels like it is taking forever; endless
Verb; Develop or present something in detail
Conjecture
Verb; form an opinion or supposition about something on the b…
Development
Noun; something that is developing or being developed
English set 7 vocabulary
Mood
Tone
Critical stance
Passive voice
How the readers feels
The authors attitude towards the subject
The position/side you're taking
When the subject of the sentence is acted on by the verb
Mood
How the readers feels
Tone
The authors attitude towards the subject
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