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23 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
Absolve (verb)
Auspicious (adjective)
Blasphemy (noun)
Carrion (noun)
set or declare (someone) free from blame, guilt, or responsib…
conducive to success; favorable; giving or being a sign of fu…
the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sa…
the decaying flesh of dead animals
Absolve (verb)
set or declare (someone) free from blame, guilt, or responsib…
Auspicious (adjective)
conducive to success; favorable; giving or being a sign of fu…
25 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
an omen or prophecy
the quality of lacking higher values
accord
agreement, state of harmony
appease
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
50 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
prevail
vindicate
abhor
inter
verb: to be victorious, widespread
prove right, innocent
hate
bury
prevail
verb: to be victorious, widespread
vindicate
prove right, innocent
15 terms
Vocabulary - Antigone
grievous (adj)
promulgate (v)
transgress (v)
abide (v)
very severe or serious
promote or make widely known
to go beyond the bounds or limits; to sin
to accept or act in accordance with
grievous (adj)
very severe or serious
promulgate (v)
promote or make widely known
14 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
apocryphal
prose
lyric
extant
adjective. of doubtful authenticity, something that may not b…
noun. ordinary spoken language, different from poetry
adjective. having the form or qualities of a song
adjective. in existence, not destroyed or lost
apocryphal
adjective. of doubtful authenticity, something that may not b…
prose
noun. ordinary spoken language, different from poetry
15 terms
Antigone Set 1 Vocabulary
auspicious (adj)
impassively (adv)
sententiously (adv)
insolence (n)
favorable-; conductive to success
not feeling or showing emotion
given to moralizing in pompous or arrogant manner
rude and disrespectful behavior
auspicious (adj)
favorable-; conductive to success
impassively (adv)
not feeling or showing emotion
41 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
Decree
Carrion
Meddling
Eddy
an official order issued by a legal authority
the decaying flesh of dead animals
interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is no…
a circular movement of water, counter to a main current, caus…
Decree
an official order issued by a legal authority
Carrion
the decaying flesh of dead animals
11 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
sated
sententiously
deflects
edict
adj. satisfied; provided with more than enough
adv. in a way that shows excessive fondness for wise sayings;…
v. turns or makes go to one side
n. public order; decree
sated
adj. satisfied; provided with more than enough
sententiously
adv. in a way that shows excessive fondness for wise sayings;…
16 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
an omen or prophecy
the quality of lacking higher values
accord
agreement, state of harmony
appease
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
11 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
Infer
Motivation
Aside
Tragedy
To conclude from evidence or by reasoning:
a reason behind a character's specific action or behavior.
the character breaks the fourth wall (invisible) and addresse…
a play which ends with the main character losing or dying
Infer
To conclude from evidence or by reasoning:
Motivation
a reason behind a character's specific action or behavior.
14 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
apocryphal
prose
lyric
extant
adjective. of doubtful authenticity, something that may not b…
noun. ordinary spoken language, different from poetry
adjective. having the form or qualities of a song
adjective. in existence, not destroyed or lost
apocryphal
adjective. of doubtful authenticity, something that may not b…
prose
noun. ordinary spoken language, different from poetry
20 terms
ANTIGONE VOCABULARY
repulse
sated
swagger
comprehensive
1 to disgust 2 to push back
far beyond capacity or desire
To walk around in a proud, showy manner; to boast in a loud m…
broad; including a lot or everything; thorough; inclusive
repulse
1 to disgust 2 to push back
sated
far beyond capacity or desire
18 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
Sated (adj.)
anarchists (noun)
sententiously (adv.)
sultry (adj.)
fully and completely satisfied or pleased
those who disrespect laws and want to turn over a government.
expressing much in just a few words; succinctly.
uncomfortably hot and humid; inflamed and oppressive
Sated (adj.)
fully and completely satisfied or pleased
anarchists (noun)
those who disrespect laws and want to turn over a government.
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
calamity
decree
hinder
prerogative
a great misfortune or disaster
a formal order; especially having the force of law
to cause delay, interruption
an exclusive right, privilege
calamity
a great misfortune or disaster
decree
a formal order; especially having the force of law
22 terms
Antigone vocabulary
sated (v.)
comprehensive (adj.)
senile (adj.)
senex
full, satisfied
complete, detailed, thorough
old age; decline in health
"old man"
sated (v.)
full, satisfied
comprehensive (adj.)
complete, detailed, thorough
60 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
regent
ignominious
promulgation
interdict
acting ruler
shameful, disrespectful
an utterance made known and announced publicly
legal sanction
regent
acting ruler
ignominious
shameful, disrespectful
28 terms
Antigone vocabulary
repulse
sated
swagger
auspicious
noun: driving back; repelling
verb: filled; satisfied
noun: bold, arrogant strut
adj: promising success, favorable
repulse
noun: driving back; repelling
sated
verb: filled; satisfied
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set
Repulse
Swagger
Comtempt
Reverence
Driving back; repelling... The shear smell of the mushrooms and…
Bold, arrogant strut... The way he swaggered across the dance f…
An attitude of regarding someone or something as worthless or…
Awe; respect... Rosy hated the way she was ignored as the young…
Repulse
Driving back; repelling... The shear smell of the mushrooms and…
Swagger
Bold, arrogant strut... The way he swaggered across the dance f…
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set
Repulse
Swagger
Comtempt
Reverence
Driving back; repelling... The shear smell of the mushrooms and…
Bold, arrogant strut... The way he swaggered across the dance f…
An attitude of regarding someone or something as worthless or…
Awe; respect... Rosy hated the way she was ignored as the young…
Repulse
Driving back; repelling... The shear smell of the mushrooms and…
Swagger
Bold, arrogant strut... The way he swaggered across the dance f…
21 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 2
Slacken
Astray
Perverse
Raving
make (something tied, fastened or fixed in place) less tight…
away from the correct path or direction
contrary to the accepted ot experienced standard or practice
wild, irrational, or incoherent talk
Slacken
make (something tied, fastened or fixed in place) less tight…
Astray
away from the correct path or direction
15 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set
Tragedy
Decree
Contempt
Carrion
A play that has an unhappy ending especially the downfall of…
Eternal purpose of a god in which events are foreordained
...
Decaying flesh of dead animals
Tragedy
A play that has an unhappy ending especially the downfall of…
Decree
Eternal purpose of a god in which events are foreordained
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
Decree
Carrion
Meddling
Eddy
an official order issued by a legal authority
the decaying flesh of dead animals
interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is no…
a circular movement of water, counter to a main current, caus…
Decree
an official order issued by a legal authority
Carrion
the decaying flesh of dead animals
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary-Set 3
wretched
blasphemy
lamentation
dirges
(adj) in a deplorable state of distress or misfortune; misera…
(n) a profane act, utterance, or writing concerning God
(n) a cry of sorrow and grief
(n) funeral hymns
wretched
(adj) in a deplorable state of distress or misfortune; misera…
blasphemy
(n) a profane act, utterance, or writing concerning God
11 terms
Antigone set 2 vocabulary
Carrion
Meddling
Roused
Crest
The decaying flesh of dead animals
Busy oneself with something that is not your concern
To awaken; feel angry or excited
Top of something; skin/feather
Carrion
The decaying flesh of dead animals
Meddling
Busy oneself with something that is not your concern
16 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
absolute
anarchy
augury
auspicious
to pronounce free from blame or guilt
absence of any form of political authority
the art, ability, or practice of foretelling events or interp…
attended by favorable circumstances
absolute
to pronounce free from blame or guilt
anarchy
absence of any form of political authority
15 terms
Antigone Set 1 Vocabulary
auspicious
impassively
sententiously
insolence
favorable-; conductive to success
not feeling or showing emotion
given to moralizing in pompous or arrogant manner
rude and disrespectful behavior
auspicious
favorable-; conductive to success
impassively
not feeling or showing emotion
25 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
Accord
Appease
Augury
Baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify, to be conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
an omen or prophecy
the quality of lacking higher values
Accord
agreement, state of harmony
Appease
to pacify, to be conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
34 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
Auspicious
Defiled
Edict
Lithe
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
To make dirty, or filthy; an outright insult (verb)
An official order
Bending easily and gracefully
Auspicious
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
Defiled
To make dirty, or filthy; an outright insult (verb)
50 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set Three
Primeval
Privy
Proclaim
Promontories
Original; ancient
Knowing or sharing in secret knowledge
To announce publicity
High, rocky pieces of land that jet out into the sea
Primeval
Original; ancient
Privy
Knowing or sharing in secret knowledge
10 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
Auspicious
Boast
Brazen
Decree
Promising success/lucky
To brag
Imprudent/shameless
An order usually having the force of law
Auspicious
Promising success/lucky
Boast
To brag
21 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 2
Slacken
Astray
Perverse
Raving
make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight…
away from the correct path or direction
contrary to the accepted or expected standard or practice
wild, irrational, or incoherent talk
Slacken
make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight…
Astray
away from the correct path or direction
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1:
Decree
Carrion
Meddling
Eddy
an official order issued by a legal authority.
the decaying flesh of dead animals.
interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is no…
- a circular movement of water, counter to a main current, ca…
Decree
an official order issued by a legal authority.
Carrion
the decaying flesh of dead animals.
20 terms
Antigone Vocabulary- Set 2
endured
proclamation
defy
edict
bore with tolerance
an official formal public announcement
to refuse to submit to or cooperate with
a formal command
endured
bore with tolerance
proclamation
an official formal public announcement
21 terms
Antigone Set 1 Vocabulary
Chorus
Sophocles
Ode
Trifling
an organized company of singers who sing in concert, a body o…
496-406 B.C. Greek Drama
Greek, lit, song: a lyric poem usually marked by exaltation o…
insignificant, try to trick someone, deceit... OR: a dessert (sp…
Chorus
an organized company of singers who sing in concert, a body o…
Sophocles
496-406 B.C. Greek Drama
29 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set 1
accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify
an omen or prophacy
the quality of lacking higher values
accord
agreement, state of harmony
appease
to pacify
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FINAL ANTIGONE SET
meddling
insolence
anarchist
comprehensive
To interest oneself and what is not ones concern
rude and disrespectful behavior
person who seeks to overturn the established government; advo…
Complete
meddling
To interest oneself and what is not ones concern
insolence
rude and disrespectful behavior
15 terms
Vocabulary for Antigone
Tragedy
Catharsis
Chorus
Choragus
...
Tragedy
Catharsis
12 terms
Antigone Set 2
Perverse
Waver
Transcends
Deference
willfully determined to go against what is expected or desired
show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
goes beyond the limits of
courteous respect
Perverse
willfully determined to go against what is expected or desired
Waver
show doubt or uncertainty about what to do
15 terms
Antigone Part 1 Vocabulary
Tragedy
Mourn
Decree
Carrion
A shocking or sad event; disaster
To grieve or lament for the dead.
A formal and authoritative order, especially one having the f…
Dead and rotten flesh; anything vile
Tragedy
A shocking or sad event; disaster
Mourn
To grieve or lament for the dead.
10 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set #1
Obstinate
Bereft
Abhor
Beguile
refusing to change your behavior or your ideas; stubborn, inf…
deprived of or lacking something; abandoned, lonely
to dislike someone or something very much; hate, detest
to charm or deceive someone; captivate, allure
Obstinate
refusing to change your behavior or your ideas; stubborn, inf…
Bereft
deprived of or lacking something; abandoned, lonely
10 terms
Antigone Vocabulary Set #2
Prevail
Perdition
Perilous
Brazen
To finally defeat an opponent... Verb
Place where sinners suffer punishment... Noun
Dangerous... Adjective
Acting boldly and shamelessly... Adjective
Prevail
To finally defeat an opponent... Verb
Perdition
Place where sinners suffer punishment... Noun
16 terms
Antigone Vocabulary First Set
aphorism
blithe
contentious
edict
a pithy observation that contains a general truth
showing a casual and cheerful indifference considered to be c…
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
an official order or proclamation issued by a person in autho…
aphorism
a pithy observation that contains a general truth
blithe
showing a casual and cheerful indifference considered to be c…
15 terms
Vocabulary Set for Antigone
Tragedy
Decree
Contempt
Carrion
a play dealing with tragic events and having an unhappy endin…
order (something) by decree.
1.... the feeling with which a person regards anything considere…
dead and putrefying flesh,... rottenness; anything vile.
Tragedy
a play dealing with tragic events and having an unhappy endin…
Decree
order (something) by decree.
10 terms
Antigone Section III Vocabulary
Avenger
Afflict
Defile
Denigrate
A righter of wrongs
To distress; to trouble
To taint; to sully; to desecrate
To disparage; to demean; to put down
Avenger
A righter of wrongs
Afflict
To distress; to trouble
25 terms
Grant Antigone Vocabulary 1
accord
appease
augury
baseness
agreement, state of harmony
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
an omen or prophecy
the quality of lacking higher values
accord
agreement, state of harmony
appease
to pacify, being conciliatory in a manner that sacrifices pri…
22 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
The unified voice who provides social…
Author of Antigone & Oedipus Rex
The absence of order, authority, or go…
Prediction of future events, often inv…
CHORUS
SOPHOCLES
ANARCHY
AUGURY
The unified voice who provides social…
CHORUS
Author of Antigone & Oedipus Rex
SOPHOCLES
10 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
auspicious
contempt
defiled
impassively
promising success; favorable
an attitude of regarding someone or something as worthless or…
to make dirty, unclean, or impure
in a way that shows no emotion or feeling
auspicious
promising success; favorable
contempt
an attitude of regarding someone or something as worthless or…
Antigone Vocabulary
grievous
lament
abhor
abide
Causing sorrow or pain; serious
A passionate expression of grief or sorrow
To regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
To tolerate; to put up with
grievous
Causing sorrow or pain; serious
lament
A passionate expression of grief or sorrow
12 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
decree
reverence
anarchist
proclamation
an official order given by a person with power or by a govern…
honor or respect that is felt for or shown to (someone or som…
a person who believes that government and laws are not necess…
the act of saying something in a public, official, or definit…
decree
an official order given by a person with power or by a govern…
reverence
honor or respect that is felt for or shown to (someone or som…
15 terms
Antigone Vocabulary
epiphany
Ubiquitous
Disposition
Volatile
a sudden flash of understanding
omnipresent
the power to control
changeable
epiphany
a sudden flash of understanding
Ubiquitous
omnipresent
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