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Lesson 3 Vocabulary - Language Arts
anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence.
1. A person's usual mood; temperament.... 2. A regular tendency…
anonymous
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
Anthology
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
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Vocabulary lesson 3 Language Arts
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
(n) a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
(n) an intolerant, prejudiced person
(v) to indicate, point out; to appoint (adj) selected but not…
(n) difference, variety a condition of having many different…
Barrage
(n) a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
Bigot
(n) an intolerant, prejudiced person
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Language Arts: Vocabulary Lesson 3
Adhere
Avert
Contract
Contradict
Stick fast; remain firmly attached; clings
Turn away; prevent; avoid; keep from happening
Drawl together; reduce into a smaller size; shorten
Deny; assert the opposite of; declared to be incorrect or false
Adhere
Stick fast; remain firmly attached; clings
Avert
Turn away; prevent; avoid; keep from happening
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Language Arts- Vocabulary Lesson 3
acclaim
adjacent
elicit
engross
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
close; near (to something)
to draw forth
to hold the full attention of; absorb
acclaim
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
adjacent
close; near (to something)
Language Arts vocabulary lesson 3
Adversary
Alienate
Artifice
Coerce
And the enemy, opponent
To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
A skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever tric…
To compel, force
Adversary
And the enemy, opponent
Alienate
To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
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Language Arts: Lesson 3 Vocabulary
agitation
avalanche
capsize
directly
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc. that suddenly fa…
to overturn; to upset
in a straight line; by the shortest course; without anything…
agitation
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
avalanche
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc. that suddenly fa…
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Language Arts Vocabulary - Lesson 3
affable
awe
contempt
crave
Pleasant; friendly
Wonder, clearing, or respect for something impressive
Hateful scorn
To need or desire strongly
affable
Pleasant; friendly
awe
Wonder, clearing, or respect for something impressive
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Language Arts vocabulary lesson 3
Anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
Of an unknown source or un revealed name
A collection is of various writings, such as songs, stories,…
A conclusion based on guess work or insufficient evidence
A persons usual mood; temperament
Anonymous
Of an unknown source or un revealed name
Anthology
A collection is of various writings, such as songs, stories,…
Language Arts Lesson 3 Vocabulary
Anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture n
Conjecture v
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories or p…
A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
To form an opinion while lacking sufficient evidence
Anonymous
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name
Anthology
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories or p…
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Abdicate
Bestow
Capacious
Caustic
v. to give up or renounce throne, right, etc. in a formal man…
v. To present as a gift; give; confer;... To put use or apply
adj. capable of holding much; spacious or roomy
adj. capable of burning, corroding, or destroying; severely c…
Abdicate
v. to give up or renounce throne, right, etc. in a formal man…
Bestow
v. To present as a gift; give; confer;... To put use or apply
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Anonymity
Awry
Citadel
Delirious
Noun - The state of being unknown.... Synonym - secrecy
Adjective - 1. Turned or twisted to one side.... 2. Unexpectedl…
Noun - A fortress.... Synonym - stronghold
Adjective - Experiencing uncontrolled excitement, emotion, or…
Anonymity
Noun - The state of being unknown.... Synonym - secrecy
Awry
Adjective - 1. Turned or twisted to one side.... 2. Unexpectedl…
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Vocabulary lesson 3, Language Arts
Admonish
Aghast
Annihilate
Benefactor
-To warn or criticize gently
-Struck with horror;shocked
-To destroy completely ; to reduce to utter ruin
-A person who provides help,especially giving money
Admonish
-To warn or criticize gently
Aghast
-Struck with horror;shocked
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Language Arts Lesson 3 Vocabulary
Edifice
Ambidextrous
Belated
Animate
A large elaborate structure, an imposing building
Equally skillful with either hand
Delayed
To give life or motion to
Edifice
A large elaborate structure, an imposing building
Ambidextrous
Equally skillful with either hand
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Language arts vocabulary lesson 3
Avarice
Furtive
Bacchanalian
Extradite
Greed
Secretive or sneaky
Wild or drunken
To turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction or deport
Avarice
Greed
Furtive
Secretive or sneaky
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lesson 3 language arts vocabulary
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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Language Arts Vocabulary: lesson 3
Antagonism
Antithesis
Apochryphal
Arduous
Hostility; active opposition
Direct opposite
Of doubtful authenticity; counterfeit
Hard to do; strenuous
Antagonism
Hostility; active opposition
Antithesis
Direct opposite
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language Arts vocabulary lesson 3
abundant
arid
distinct
graze
more than enough painful
having little or no rainfall very dry
not the same difference or separate
to feed on growing grass
abundant
more than enough painful
arid
having little or no rainfall very dry
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Language arts vocabulary lesson 3
Allude
Consecrate
Disseminate
Dote
Preferred to an indirect way... "I made a mistake that night," h…
To set apart as holy... To dedicate to a Cause Mother Teresa con…
To scatter... The wind disseminated the spores of milkweed pods
To show excessive fun for... She dotes on her grandson and Indul…
Allude
Preferred to an indirect way... "I made a mistake that night," h…
Consecrate
To set apart as holy... To dedicate to a Cause Mother Teresa con…
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
amenable
partisanship
deception
preconceived
willing to consider something
support for one side
a trick
formed without complete knowledge
amenable
willing to consider something
partisanship
support for one side
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Vocabulary Lesson 3--- Language Arts
Altruistic
Ameliorate
Anomaly
Aspersion
Adjective; selfless concern for the well-being of others; uns…
Verb; make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better.
Noun; something that deviates from what is standard, normal,…
Noun; an attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or…
Altruistic
Adjective; selfless concern for the well-being of others; uns…
Ameliorate
Verb; make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better.
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
v. 1. To free from blame.... 2. To relive of a task.
adj. Excessive.
Excerpt
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
Exhilarate
v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
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lesson 3 vocabulary for language arts
concoct
shortcoming
solicit
unfounded
to come up with by using a variety of things.
A falling short of what is expected or needed; a weakness or…
to try to get something by asking for it
not based on fact or reason
concoct
to come up with by using a variety of things.
shortcoming
A falling short of what is expected or needed; a weakness or…
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Study Guide: Language Arts: Wordly Wise Lesson 3
First
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
5
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
a collection of various writings
a conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
First
5
anonymous
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
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Language Arts 7 Vocabulary Lesson 3
verge
dabbling
presumptuous
extricate
An edge, border, or brink
wetting by dipping, splashing, or paddling in the water
overconfident, lacking respect
set free
verge
An edge, border, or brink
dabbling
wetting by dipping, splashing, or paddling in the water
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Language Arts 9H Vocabulary Lesson 3 Vocabulary Workshop
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy; opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer; co…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy; opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer; co…
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Language Arts, Lesson 3 Vocabulary, Antonyms
Factual
Fanciful
Congenial
Disagreeable
Based on facts.
Imaginary, made-up.
Friendly, agreeable.
Not agreeable, unpleasant.
Factual
Based on facts.
Fanciful
Imaginary, made-up.
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English Language Arts Wordly Wise Lesson 2
arrogant
boycott
boycott
campaign
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
the act of boycotting
n. A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal. A serie…
arrogant
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
boycott
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
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Language Arts 7-8 Vocabulary Lesson 3
Abstemious
Archaic
Dulcet
Expurgate
Adj. eating and drinking moderately
Adj. no longer current or applicable, antiquated
Adj. melodious, pleasant to hear
Verb to remove objectionable words from
Abstemious
Adj. eating and drinking moderately
Archaic
Adj. no longer current or applicable, antiquated
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English Language Arts 3-4 Vocabulary Lesson Four
Catalyst (noun)
Catholic (adjective)
Cavort (verb)
Chafe (verb)
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
Universal; wide-ranging
To leap about in a sprightly manner; romp
To irritate as if by friction or rubbing
Catalyst (noun)
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
Catholic (adjective)
Universal; wide-ranging
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 6, lesson 3) 6th grade
surreptitious
reproach
reproach
sinister
adj. secretive
n. criticism: blame
v. to blame: to express disposal of
adj. threatening evil
surreptitious
adj. secretive
reproach
n. criticism: blame
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8th Grade Honors Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
(adj.) Nameless; Done by an unidentified person
(n.) a book or other collection of selected writings by vario…
(n.) Inference or judgment based on inconclusive or incomplet…
(n.) the predominant or prevailing tendency of one's spirits;…
Anonymous
(adj.) Nameless; Done by an unidentified person
Anthology
(n.) a book or other collection of selected writings by vario…
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English Language Arts 3-4 Vocabulary Lesson 13
Aberrant (adj)
Circumvent (vb)
Congress (n)
Convene (vb)
Deviating from a pattern or rule
To avoid by going around, bypass
A formal meeting or series of meetings for discussion between…
To call together, to assemble, to gather
Aberrant (adj)
Deviating from a pattern or rule
Circumvent (vb)
To avoid by going around, bypass
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 3
Abject (adj)
Compel (verb)
Conjecture (noun)
Dejected (adj)
Lowly, miserable, wretched
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Downcast or sad; depressed
Abject (adj)
Lowly, miserable, wretched
Compel (verb)
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 1
Conductive (adj)
Deduce (verb)
Evince (verb)
Impetuous (adj)
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Acting passionately and without forethought
Conductive (adj)
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
Deduce (verb)
To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 2
Anatomy (noun)
Compunction (noun)
Concise (adj)
Dichotomy (noun)
The structure or parts, taken as a whole
Feeling of regret or remorse
Brief and straightforward
Two opposite parts of a whole
Anatomy (noun)
The structure or parts, taken as a whole
Compunction (noun)
Feeling of regret or remorse
vocabulary lesson 2 and 3 , for language arts...
resident
deteriorate
distinguishable
integral
if you live there or are staying there.
it's condition gets worse and worse.
you can tell the difference between them.
part of something else is absolutely necessary for it to work.
resident
if you live there or are staying there.
deteriorate
it's condition gets worse and worse.
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Vocabulary Set #3 - English Language Arts
echelon
effervescent
egregious
emaciated
one in a series of levels of command
bubbly, lively
flagrant (obvious)
painfully thin; wasted
echelon
one in a series of levels of command
effervescent
bubbly, lively
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English Language Arts Vocabulary Pt. 3
Pastoral
Point of View
Realism
Romanticism
Tranquil, peaceful; idyllic, rustic, simple; pertaining to sh…
The position of the narrator in relation to the story, as ind…
The depiction of the subjects as they appear in everyday life.
A complex artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that…
Pastoral
Tranquil, peaceful; idyllic, rustic, simple; pertaining to sh…
Point of View
The position of the narrator in relation to the story, as ind…
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Language arts vocabulary lesson 1-3
Avarice
Furtive
Bacchanalian
Extradite
Greed
Secretive or sneaky... Antonym: overt
Wild and drunken ... Antonym: restrained
To turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction or deport
Avarice
Greed
Furtive
Secretive or sneaky... Antonym: overt
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Language Arts 3-4 Lesson Ten Vocabulary
Decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
To do away with legal penalties for
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
An accusation made in reply; a counter charge.
Deserving blame
Decriminalize
To do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
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Language Arts 3-4 Lesson Three Vocabulary
Abject
Compel
Conjecture
Dejected
Lowly, miserable and wretched
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence.
Downcast or sad; depressed
Abject
Lowly, miserable and wretched
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lessons 1, 2, & 3
Abjure
Anomaly
Equanimity
Estrange
To Renounce
Deviation from the norm; odd or peculiar occurrence
Stability, calmness
To Alienate
Abjure
To Renounce
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm; odd or peculiar occurrence
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language art 3/4 lessons 2 vocabulary
Fraction
Infraction
infringe
excise
Tending to argue or cause discord.
Minor violations of a rule or law.
To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass.
To cut out of; remove
Fraction
Tending to argue or cause discord.
Infraction
Minor violations of a rule or law.
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Honors Language Arts Ceasers English Vocabulary Unit 3
Mar
Junct
Luc
Medio
Sea
Join
Light
Middle
Mar
Sea
Junct
Join
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Only Numbers 1-11 Needed For Language Arts Vocabulary Test 2 on Lesson 3
Caustic
Abrasive
Volatile
Figure of Speech
Burning or stinging
Scraping and annoyingly jarring
Explosive or evaporating quickly or easily changeable
Non literal way of speaking
Caustic
Burning or stinging
Abrasive
Scraping and annoyingly jarring
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Literary Terms- English Language Arts Vocabulary (pt.3)
pastoral
point of view
Realism
Romanticism
tranquil, peaceful; idyllic, rustic, simple; pertaining to sh…
the position of the narrator in relation to the story, as ind…
the depiction of subjects as they appear in everyday life.
a complex artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that…
pastoral
tranquil, peaceful; idyllic, rustic, simple; pertaining to sh…
point of view
the position of the narrator in relation to the story, as ind…
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 12
ultimate
penultimate
ultimatum
infinite
adj. Surpassing all others, definitive.
adj. Just before the final; next to last
n. A demand or threat that is final.
adj. Without beginning or end
ultimate
adj. Surpassing all others, definitive.
penultimate
adj. Just before the final; next to last
English Language Arts 1-2 Honors Vocabulary List 3 Definitions
Conceit
Connotation
Denotation
Diacope
a fanciful expression
Implied; suggested ideas
Literal, dictionary definition of a word
Repetition of a word/phrases after an intervening word or phr…
Conceit
a fanciful expression
Connotation
Implied; suggested ideas
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 13
aberrant
erroneous
errant
degrade
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule.
adj. Wrong or inaccurate
n. Wandering or straying
adj. to lower in dignity or esteem; insult.
aberrant
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule.
erroneous
adj. Wrong or inaccurate
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 9
tortuous
retort
extort
voluble
adj. Not direct or stratightforward.
v. To respond critically or sarcastically
v. To wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a dem…
adj. Talkative; given to rapid, abundant speech
tortuous
adj. Not direct or stratightforward.
retort
v. To respond critically or sarcastically
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