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Tom Sawyer English Vocabulary
Ambush
Audacious
Colloquial
Condescend
A surprise attack
Recklessly daring; insolent
Describes a controversial or often unacceptable informal style
To lower yourself to the level of one considered inferior
Ambush
A surprise attack
Audacious
Recklessly daring; insolent
English Vocabulary for Tom Sawyer
benediction
tranquil
constitute
waylay
a prayer of good wishes
calm or peaceful
to be composed of or made up of
to stop someone who is going somewhere; to attack someone by…
benediction
a prayer of good wishes
tranquil
calm or peaceful
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English- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Vocabulary List #7
heathen
formidable
odious
oppress
(noun) person who does not know about the worship the God of…
(adj) very powerful, and impressive; difficult to deal with
(adj) causing hatred or strong dislike
(verb) to control or rule in a harsh or cruel way
heathen
(noun) person who does not know about the worship the God of…
formidable
(adj) very powerful, and impressive; difficult to deal with
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TASIS G7 English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Abashed
Abstain
Alacrity
Appeased
Ashamed; uneasy; disconcerted
Stop doing something by one's own choice
Eagerness
Calmed; satisfied; pacified
Abashed
Ashamed; uneasy; disconcerted
Abstain
Stop doing something by one's own choice
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English tom sawyer vocabulary
laceration
fortified
vindictive
reconciliation
cut
secure
vengeful
reunion
laceration
cut
fortified
secure
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
ambuscade
delectable
furtive
reprimand
an ambush
enjoyable, delightful
shifty, superstitious; having hidden motives
to punish
ambuscade
an ambush
delectable
enjoyable, delightful
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Ponderously
Alacrity
Evanescent
Pathos
adv. slow or awkward because of weight or size
n. brisk and cheery readiness
adj. soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly…
n. the quality that evokes pity or sadness
Ponderously
adv. slow or awkward because of weight or size
Alacrity
n. brisk and cheery readiness
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
All-Knowing Narrator
Motif
Formal Language
Satire
Third person omniscient (knowing everything) point of view ... -…
Incidents, images or ideas that appear frequently in a work o…
Use of elaborate, fussy (long and fancy) words to say simple…
A device that makes a subject seem absurd or silly, often in…
All-Knowing Narrator
Third person omniscient (knowing everything) point of view ... -…
Motif
Incidents, images or ideas that appear frequently in a work o…
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English vocabulary for tom Sawyer
seldom
skin
torment
guile
not often
to beat or spank
severe mental or physical suffering
sly or cunning intelligence
seldom
not often
skin
to beat or spank
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English Vocabulary- Tom Sawyer
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguiled
Despair
The study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked
Hopelessness
Anatomy
The study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Contemplate
Desolate
Endured
Treacherous
To consider thoroughly - verb
Solitary and lonely - adjective
To bear without resistance - verb
Deceptive and unreliable - adjective
Contemplate
To consider thoroughly - verb
Desolate
Solitary and lonely - adjective
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary 7
Sallied
Tioled
Scrape
Grisly
Rush forth, suddenly,start out
Work extremely hard
Difficult caused by behavior
Horrible
Sallied
Rush forth, suddenly,start out
Tioled
Work extremely hard
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Oppressive
Tyranny
Prodigious
Derision
Difficult to bear
A ruler's unjust use of power
Impressively great
Ridicule
Oppressive
Difficult to bear
Tyranny
A ruler's unjust use of power
English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Zenith
Frivolity
Accord
Infallible
The highest point reached By a celestail or other object
Lack of seriousness; lightheartedness
Give or Grant someone
Incapable of making mistakes or being wrong
Zenith
The highest point reached By a celestail or other object
Frivolity
Lack of seriousness; lightheartedness
55 terms
Tom Sawyer English Vocabulary
perplexed
derision
consent
alacrity
puzzled, uncertain
ridicule
agree to something
eagerness
perplexed
puzzled, uncertain
derision
ridicule
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Vocabulary Tom Sawyer German - English
pocket
be afraid of
call
exciting
(Hosen-) Tasche
(sich) fürchten (vor)
an-, auf-, herbeirufen
aufregend, spannend
pocket
(Hosen-) Tasche
be afraid of
(sich) fürchten (vor)
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary MYP7
apprehensively
anatomy
beguiled
despair
adv. cautiously
n. the study of the body
adj. tricked, misled
n. hopelessness
apprehensively
adv. cautiously
anatomy
n. the study of the body
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English 8:Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Guile
Beguile
Bona fide
Alacrity
Trickery
To trick
Authentic
Cheerfulness
Guile
Trickery
Beguile
To trick
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Tom Sawyer Dialect Vocabulary
barlow knife
barrow
bully rag
comb
knife named after poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
small cart with 2 wheels
to intimidate or bully
straighten out
barlow knife
knife named after poet and diplomat Joe Barlow
barrow
small cart with 2 wheels
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ELA 7 - Tom Sawyer - Vocabulary I
Peril
Hooky
Loathed
Jeers
-great danger
-absent without permission
-great hate
-to make fun of
Peril
-great danger
Hooky
-absent without permission
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English Vocabulary 5 Tom Sawyer
Sullenly
Wistfully
Ominous
Foliage
Showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve
Characterized by melancholy; longing; your name; pensive, esp…
Portending evil or harm; foreboding ; threatening; are in aus…
The leaves of a plant, collectively; leafage
Sullenly
Showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve
Wistfully
Characterized by melancholy; longing; your name; pensive, esp…
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English- Tom Sawyer Vocabulary 1
accouterments
alacrity
attrition
blanch
n. equipment and/or accessories (especially of a soldier)
n. cheerful readiness, promptness or willingness
n. a reduction or decrease in numbers, size, or strength; a w…
v. to become afraid; to whiten by removing color; bleach; to…
accouterments
n. equipment and/or accessories (especially of a soldier)
alacrity
n. cheerful readiness, promptness or willingness
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English Tom Sawyer vocabulary 2
Comrade
Credulous
Illustrious
Imminent
Companion friend
Overly ready to believe things
Famous; distinguished
About to occur
Comrade
Companion friend
Credulous
Overly ready to believe things
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Vocab #7: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Heathen
formidable
odious
oppress
person who does not know about and worship the God of the Bib…
very powerful and impressive; difficult to deal with
causing hatred or strong dislike
to control or rule in a harsh or cruel way
Heathen
person who does not know about and worship the God of the Bib…
formidable
very powerful and impressive; difficult to deal with
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English Tom Sawyer unit vocabulary
Alacrity
Expectorate
Felicity
Morosely
Cheerfulness, enthusiasm
To spit
Happiness
Doing something with a bad grace or in a sullen manner
Alacrity
Cheerfulness, enthusiasm
Expectorate
To spit
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
orphan (noun)
switch (noun)
whitewash (noun)
handstand (noun)
a child who has lost one or both parents through death or aba…
a thin, flexible branch from a tree used to whip a person as…
white paint made of lime and water used to paint wood
an acrobatic movement where the body is supported in a vertic…
orphan (noun)
a child who has lost one or both parents through death or aba…
switch (noun)
a thin, flexible branch from a tree used to whip a person as…
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Tom Sawyer: Chap 7-9 Vocabulary
drowsy
bitterly
noble
mysterious
very sleepy
resentfully, unforgiving
fine, unselfish qualities
difficult, or impossible, to explain
drowsy
very sleepy
bitterly
resentfully, unforgiving
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Tom Sawyer chapters 7-10
andiron
cogitating
frivolity
accoutrements
a metal support, typically one of a pair, that holds wood bur…
think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
lack of seriousness; lightheartedness.
additional items of dress or equipment, or other items carrie…
andiron
a metal support, typically one of a pair, that holds wood bur…
cogitating
think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
sepulchral
discreet
diffident
precarious
Of or relating to a tomb or interment
Careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
modest or shy because of lack of self confidence
not securely held in position; dangerously likely to fall or…
sepulchral
Of or relating to a tomb or interment
discreet
Careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especiall…
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English - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Vocabulary
Sagacity
Delectable
Sagacious
Skylark
n. - wisdom
adj. - delicious
adj. form of Sagacity meaning wise
v. - to play about; to frolic
Sagacity
n. - wisdom
Delectable
adj. - delicious
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The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
anatomy
apathy
apprehensively
audacious
study of the body
lack of interest
cautiously
extremely bold or daring
anatomy
study of the body
apathy
lack of interest
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English Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Quiz
Intervals
Abstain
Profanity
Distinction
A pause or break in activity
To voluntarily restrain from doing something
Vulgar language
Something that sets others apart
Intervals
A pause or break in activity
Abstain
To voluntarily restrain from doing something
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
starboard
expeditions
trash
ridicule
right side of a ship
journey
garbage
jeer
starboard
right side of a ship
expeditions
journey
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Tom Sawyer List 7
electrify
blanch
aversion
infernal
to pass electricity through something
to suddenly have less color in your face
a strong feeling of not liking something
very bad or unpleasant
electrify
to pass electricity through something
blanch
to suddenly have less color in your face
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Tom Sawyer: Chapter 7-9 Vocabulary
Zephyr
Furtive
Bliss
Incantation
a gentle breeze
Done secretly; stealthy, sly, shifty
perfect happiness
singing or chanting of magical formula
Zephyr
a gentle breeze
Furtive
Done secretly; stealthy, sly, shifty
30 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
sagacity
derision
audacious
furtive
high intelligence, shrewdness, quick of perception
ridicule, mockery
daring; bold; impudent
sly, stealthy, sneaky
sagacity
high intelligence, shrewdness, quick of perception
derision
ridicule, mockery
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
ruination
guile
sagacity
enterprises
act of ruining; something that ruins or destroys
deception; attempt to trick someone
wise; sound judgment; accute
business; project
ruination
act of ruining; something that ruins or destroys
guile
deception; attempt to trick someone
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Ch. 5-7
Venerable
Vestibule
Relish
Abundant
honored/revered
passage/hall
liking or having enjoyment in something
to have a lot of; plentiful
Venerable
honored/revered
Vestibule
passage/hall
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary List
Anatomy
Apprehensively
Beguild
Despair
Study of the body
Cautiously
Tricked
Hopelessness
Anatomy
Study of the body
Apprehensively
Cautiously
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary 2
Perplexed
Resurrected
Gobbled
Burst
Puzzled, bewildered. Adj
Brought back to life. Adj or Verb
Ate quickly. Verb
Break forth suddenly or broke. Verb
Perplexed
Puzzled, bewildered. Adj
Resurrected
Brought back to life. Adj or Verb
30 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
conscience
guile
bona fide
deduce
ability to recognize right from wrong
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
performed in good faith, genuine, authentic, sincere
to devise a conclusion by reasoning
conscience
ability to recognize right from wrong
guile
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
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CRMS English 7 Tom Sawyer vocab
obliged
sagacity
deduce
guile
you have to do something because the situation, the law, a du…
good judgment and understanding
to use the knowledge and information you have in order to und…
the use of clever but dishonest methods to deceive someone
obliged
you have to do something because the situation, the law, a du…
sagacity
good judgment and understanding
22 terms
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
adventure
afraid
Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
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Tom Sawyer vocabulary 4
heave
entreated
chat
haste
lift or throw over with effort. Verb
begged, implored. Verb
casual conversation. Verb or Noun
swift, speedy action. Noun
heave
lift or throw over with effort. Verb
entreated
begged, implored. Verb
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English - Tom Sawyer - set #4
stealthy
lugubrious
serene
pathetic
quiet and secret in order to avoid being noticed, furtive
looking sad or dismal
peaceful, calm, tranquil
pitiful
stealthy
quiet and secret in order to avoid being noticed, furtive
lugubrious
looking sad or dismal
30 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
conscience
guile
bona fide
deduce
ability to recognize right from wrong
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
performed in good faith, genuine, authentic, sincere
to devise a conclusion by reasoning
conscience
ability to recognize right from wrong
guile
trickery, deceit, duplicity, lying
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Tom Sawyer Vocabulary 3
Prodigiously afflicted
ambled
illustrious
barter
greatly tormented. Adj
strolled slowly. Verb
famous. Adj
trade goods or services without monetary exchange. Verb
Prodigiously afflicted
greatly tormented. Adj
ambled
strolled slowly. Verb
15 terms
English - Tom Sawyer - set #3
inarticulate
monotonous
scuffle
melancholy
not able to express ideas clearly
dull, tedious, repetitious
to fight briefly
sad mood or feeling
inarticulate
not able to express ideas clearly
monotonous
dull, tedious, repetitious
9 terms
Tom Sawyer vocabulary
kite
raft
graveyard
beetle
kite
raft
10 terms
English - Tom Sawyer vocab.
Vexation
Cravat
Vagrant
Melancholy
Being annoyed
A short wide strip of fabric worn by men around there neck
A person without a settles home or regular work who goes from…
Sadness, with no obvious cause
Vexation
Being annoyed
Cravat
A short wide strip of fabric worn by men around there neck
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