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98 terms
English Vocabulary Master Test
abjure
abrasive
accede
acclimate
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down;(n…
(v.) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity
(v.) to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation
abjure
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
abrasive
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down;(n…
74 terms
english vocabulary master list
furtive
feign
seethe
dogged
attempting to avoid notice or attention
to pretend to be affected by an emotion or feeling
be filled with intense and repressed anger
grim persistance, determination
furtive
attempting to avoid notice or attention
feign
to pretend to be affected by an emotion or feeling
25 terms
English Master Vocabulary 1
affable
alludes
anarchist
aphorism
friendly and easy to talk to
to refer casually or indirectly
a person who believes that the government and laws are not ne…
a short phrase that expresses a true or wild idea
affable
friendly and easy to talk to
alludes
to refer casually or indirectly
60 terms
Master Vocabulary List- English 10
projection
exhalation
pedestrian
imperceptibly
something that juts out from a surface
breath; something breathed out
somebody who walks on foot; dull or boring
in such a slight way as to be almost unnoticeable
projection
something that juts out from a surface
exhalation
breath; something breathed out
14 terms
Vocabulary Master List English
早上
你 好
you formal
morning
good
hello informal
you formal
早上
morning
25 terms
English word master vocabulary
Grace
Strew
Cantankerous
Spectrum
simple elegance or refinement of movement.... Antonym: cantanke…
scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.…
bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative.... Synonym: bad…
a band of colors, as seen in a rainbow, produced by separatio…
Grace
simple elegance or refinement of movement.... Antonym: cantanke…
Strew
scatter or spread (things) untidily over a surface or area.…
195 terms
English Vocabulary Master Set
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
95 terms
English Vocabulary Master Set
Rhetoric
Diction
Syntax
1st Point of View
The art of communication
Word choice
Sentence structure
Use of individual voice including the author
Rhetoric
The art of communication
Diction
Word choice
20 terms
Master English Vocabulary List
Bridled... (Adj)
Complacently... (Adv)
Ominous... (Adj)
Belligerent... (Adj)
To put a bridle on a horse.
Showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's…
Giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is goi…
Hostile and aggressive.
Bridled... (Adj)
To put a bridle on a horse.
Complacently... (Adv)
Showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's…
146 terms
English: Master Vocabulary List
allegory
alliteration
allusion
analogy
A narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstra…
Repetition of the same or very similar consonant sounds, usua…
Reference to a statement, a person, a place, or an event from…
Comparison made between two things to show how they are alike…
allegory
A narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstra…
alliteration
Repetition of the same or very similar consonant sounds, usua…
65 terms
English Master Vocabulary
emote
condone
construe
permeate
to express emotion
to pardon
to interpret
to spread throughout
emote
to express emotion
condone
to pardon
280 terms
Master Vocabulary- English 10
abject
abominable
abscond
abstain
bad
very bad; unpleasant
flee
decline
abject
bad
abominable
very bad; unpleasant
60 terms
English 12 Vocabulary - Master
paradigm
gregarious
abate
catharsis
An example. A perfect model or ideal instance. ... Ex. Abraham L…
Outgoing, sociable, friendly.... Ex. Matt was unusually ______,…
To put an end to or reduce in intensity. Something that lesse…
An emotional cleansing or purging. ... Ex. Ted experienced an em…
paradigm
An example. A perfect model or ideal instance. ... Ex. Abraham L…
gregarious
Outgoing, sociable, friendly.... Ex. Matt was unusually ______,…
22 terms
English Odyssey Master Vocabulary
pungent
entranced
chide
quarry
strong smell; potent
charmed; spellbound
scold; lecture
prey; victim
pungent
strong smell; potent
entranced
charmed; spellbound
280 terms
Master Vocabulary- English 10
abject
abominable
abscond
abstain
bad
very bad; unpleasant
flee
decline
abject
bad
abominable
very bad; unpleasant
94 terms
English 4 IB Vocabulary Master
alienation
alliteration
allusion
anthropomorphism
A condition of estrangement or dissociation from the surround…
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
attributing human characteristics to an animal or inanimate o…
alienation
A condition of estrangement or dissociation from the surround…
alliteration
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
58 terms
Master vocabulary list English list
Croon
Overseer
Snag
Shuffle
To hum sing softly
A person who direct the work of others
To catch quickly
Moving side to side short steps
Croon
To hum sing softly
Overseer
A person who direct the work of others
10 terms
English Vocabulary Masters of disaster
decrepit
discretion
epic
grievous
worn out because of old age
ability to keep a secret
great and heroic
very bad and serious
decrepit
worn out because of old age
discretion
ability to keep a secret
1,680 terms
LSAT Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
[par-rity]... (N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.…
[em-i-grey-shuhn]... (N)... an act or instance of emigrating.
derision
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
20 terms
Lesson 1 english vocabulary MASTER
Accepter les reproches
Faire l'éloge
Anticiper
Esprit ouvert
Accept blame
Give praise
Think ahead
Have an open mind
Accepter les reproches
Accept blame
Faire l'éloge
Give praise
30 terms
Master English Vocabulary Part 1
anodyne
aphorism
arraign
arrogate
adjective... 1.... not likely to provoke dissent or offense; inoffe…
aphorism a concise statement of a principle... noun... a pithy obse…
verb (used with object)... 1.... to call or bring before a court to…
verb... take or claim (something) without justification.... "they a…
anodyne
adjective... 1.... not likely to provoke dissent or offense; inoffe…
aphorism
aphorism a concise statement of a principle... noun... a pithy obse…
85 terms
8th Grade Finals English Master Vocabulary
Protagonist
Antagonist
Primary
Secondary
person you are following, MAIN CHARACTER, good guy
bad guy, person or thing that holds your protagonist back
main characters
background characters
Protagonist
person you are following, MAIN CHARACTER, good guy
Antagonist
bad guy, person or thing that holds your protagonist back
35 terms
Master Vocabulary English 1-Thompson
Cadence
Futile
Chicanery
Inconspicuous
n. rhythm; the rise and fall of sounds
adj. incapable of succeeding; useless; vain; hopeless
n. trickery; deceitfulness; artifice, especially legal or pol…
adj. hard to see or perceive; attracting little attention
Cadence
n. rhythm; the rise and fall of sounds
Futile
adj. incapable of succeeding; useless; vain; hopeless
37 terms
english master
offend
spend time
comfortable
monarch
to hurt one's feelings; to annoy
to do some activity that requires a significant amount of time
to be at ease; to feel good
a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
offend
to hurt one's feelings; to annoy
spend time
to do some activity that requires a significant amount of time
1,680 terms
LSAT: Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
[par-rity]... (N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.…
[em-i-grey-shuhn]... (N)... an act or instance of emigrating. ... Rem…
derision
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
1,680 terms
LSAT Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
[par-rity]... (N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.…
[em-i-grey-shuhn]... (N)... an act or instance of emigrating.
derision
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
25 terms
Master Vocabulary List- English 7
Croon
Overseer
Snag
Shuffle
Humming or singing softly
A person who directs the work; a supervisor. During the time…
Something you catch quickly and unexpectedly
To move with short sliding steps
Croon
Humming or singing softly
Overseer
A person who directs the work; a supervisor. During the time…
25 terms
Master Vocabulary List for English 7
Croon
Overseer
Snag
Shuffle
Hum or sing softly
Person who directs the work of others
Catch something quickly or unexpectedly
Move with short sliding steps
Croon
Hum or sing softly
Overseer
Person who directs the work of others
1,668 terms
LSAT Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
(N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
(adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
(N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.... In fiance…
(N)... an act or instance of emigrating.
derision
(N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
(adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
1,680 terms
LSAT: Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
[par-rity]... (N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.…
[em-i-grey-shuhn]... (N)... an act or instance of emigrating.
derision
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
40 terms
Mrs. Yats Master English Vocabulary
altruism
apathy
audacity
caveat
n. the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others
n. an absence of emotion or enthusiasm
n. aggressive boldness or unmitigated effrontery
n. a warning against
altruism
n. the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others
apathy
n. an absence of emotion or enthusiasm
300 terms
Master English Vocabulary 2014-2015
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
(n) a word formed from the first letter of each word in a ser…
(v) to attach a part to the beginning or end of a word
(n) the invention of new words
(adj) typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym
(n) a word formed from the first letter of each word in a ser…
affix
(v) to attach a part to the beginning or end of a word
180 terms
Master English Vocabulary 2014-2015
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
(n) a word formed from the first letter of each word in a ser…
(v) to attach a part to the beginning or end of a word
(n) the invention of new words
(adj) typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym
(n) a word formed from the first letter of each word in a ser…
affix
(v) to attach a part to the beginning or end of a word
20 terms
Master Vocabulary list for English 7
Croon
Overseer
Snag
Shuffle
When someone croons, that person hums or sing softly
A person who directs the work of others; a supervisor. During…
If you snag something, you catch it quickly and unexpectly
When you shuffle, you move with short sliding steps
Croon
When someone croons, that person hums or sing softly
Overseer
A person who directs the work of others; a supervisor. During…
1,680 terms
LSAT Master Words/ Vocabulary in English
derision
incipient
parity
emigration
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
[par-rity]... (N)... equality, as in amount, status, or character.…
[em-i-grey-shuhn]... (N)... an act or instance of emigrating.
derision
[duh-ruha-geen]... (N) ... insult, disrespect , make fun of , mocking
incipient
[in-sip-yeh-ant]... (adj)... base , beginning, nascent, developing.
29 terms
Vocabulary for English Master 2016 STC
Impenetrable
Immutable
Spurious
Ambiguous
incapable of being penetrated; impervious; incomprehensible
not subject to change, constant
not genuine, not true, not valid
open to more than one interpretation
Impenetrable
incapable of being penetrated; impervious; incomprehensible
Immutable
not subject to change, constant
23 terms
English Vocabulary List: The Master and Margherita
the appearance of a person's face;... a p…
clever or skillful
extensive knowledge acquired by... books
tree with heart-shaped leaves and yell…
physiognomy
adroit
erudition
Lindens
the appearance of a person's face;... a p…
physiognomy
clever or skillful
adroit
54 terms
MASTER VOCABULARY FINAL ENGLISH 9B
dilate
dross
flippant
preposterous
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon.
(n.) refuse, waste products
(adj.) lacking in seriousness; disrespectful, saucy
(adj.) ridiculous, senseless
dilate
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon.
dross
(n.) refuse, waste products
121 terms
Vocabulary Master List Honors English III
Abdicate (v.)
Abstain (v.)
Antiquated (adj.)
Candid (adj.)
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, resp…
to refrain or hold back from something by one's own choice
too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; outdated
expressing opinions and feelings in an honest and sincere way
Abdicate (v.)
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, resp…
Abstain (v.)
to refrain or hold back from something by one's own choice
232 terms
English Master
Odysseus
Telemachus
Penelope
Athena
The protagonist of the Odyssey. Odysseus fought among the oth…
Odysseus's son. An infant when Odysseus left for Troy, Telema…
Wife of Odysseus and mother of Telemachus. Penelope spends he…
Daughter of Zeus and goddess of wisdom, purposeful battle, an…
Odysseus
The protagonist of the Odyssey. Odysseus fought among the oth…
Telemachus
Odysseus's son. An infant when Odysseus left for Troy, Telema…
87 terms
Master Set English
Sentence
Fragment
Subject
Simple Subject
A group of words that expresses a complete thought
A word, phrase, or clause that does not form a full sentence
In rhetoric, the topic addressed in a piece of writing.
The main noun in the complete subject is often called the sim…
Sentence
A group of words that expresses a complete thought
Fragment
A word, phrase, or clause that does not form a full sentence
100 terms
UHS English 9 Master Vocabulary List
Bulwark
Incandescence
Parable
Obscure
Noun, A defensive wall
Noun, The emission of light as a result of being heated; extr…
Noun, A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual…
Verb, Keep from being seen
Bulwark
Noun, A defensive wall
Incandescence
Noun, The emission of light as a result of being heated; extr…
75 terms
AS English Language Master
The dog is brown.
Are you ok?
I won!
Do your homework.
Declarative
Interrogative
Exclamatory
Imperative
The dog is brown.
Declarative
Are you ok?
Interrogative
98 terms
Master Vocabulary
horse
car
yellow
see
horse
car
30 terms
Standard English 4 Master Vocabulary Fall 2015
nil
pensive
anecdote
paradox
zero, nothing
Dreamily thoughtful
A short retelling of an interesting or humorous incident
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
nil
zero, nothing
pensive
Dreamily thoughtful
100 terms
UHS English 9 Master Vocabulary List
Bulwark
Incandescence
Parable
Obscure
Noun, A defensive wall
Noun, The emission of light as a result of being heated; extr…
Noun, A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual…
Verb, Keep from being seen
Bulwark
Noun, A defensive wall
Incandescence
Noun, The emission of light as a result of being heated; extr…
40 terms
English- Term 2 Vocabulary Master List
Phantom
Intimation
Facetious
Obliged
an apparition or specter; an appearance or illusion without m…
a hint; suggestion
not meant to be taken seriously or literally; amusing; humoro…
to make necessary or obligatory; to place under a debt of gra…
Phantom
an apparition or specter; an appearance or illusion without m…
Intimation
a hint; suggestion
12 terms
Lesson 1 english vocabulary MASTER (part 2)
Anticiper les erreurs
Insatisfaction
Découvrir
Mauvaise performance
Anticipate his mistake
Dissatisfaction
Find out
Poor performance
Anticiper les erreurs
Anticipate his mistake
Insatisfaction
Dissatisfaction
138 terms
Master Vocabulary
ingratiate
besieged
burgeoning
benzedrine
(v.) to make oneself agreeable and thus gain favor or accepta…
surrounded by enemies
Growing or expanding rapidly
amphetamine; causes excitement and sleeplessness
ingratiate
(v.) to make oneself agreeable and thus gain favor or accepta…
besieged
surrounded by enemies
148 terms
English Master
blight
alacrity
arbitrary
palliate
infect (plants or a planted area)
brisk and cheerful readiness
based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reas…
make (a disease or its symptoms) less severe or unpleasant wi…
blight
infect (plants or a planted area)
alacrity
brisk and cheerful readiness
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