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Humanities Vocab List #10
acknowledge
anticipate
contradict
discriminate
v. to accept that something is true; to pay attention to it
v. to know something will happen and be prepared for it
v. to deny the truth of a statement, especially by saying the…
v. to treat one unfairly
acknowledge
v. to accept that something is true; to pay attention to it
anticipate
v. to know something will happen and be prepared for it
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Humanities Vocabulary List 10
Susan B. Anthony
Bipolar disorder
chicanery
Donner Pass
Women's right activist
A disorder associated with mood swings ranging from depressiv…
The use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or leg…
A mountain pass in northern Sierra Nevada, above Donner lake,…
Susan B. Anthony
Women's right activist
Bipolar disorder
A disorder associated with mood swings ranging from depressiv…
Humanities 10 Summer Assignment
Authority
Bias
Genocide
Command Economy
Arguments that draw on recognized experts or persons with hig…
A preference that prevents one from being impartial
Deliberate extermination of a racial or cultural group
economic systems in which the government largely decides what…
Authority
Arguments that draw on recognized experts or persons with hig…
Bias
A preference that prevents one from being impartial
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Humanities Vocabulary for G10
Anarchism
Apartheid
Communism
Conservatism
A political theory holding all forms of governmental authorit…
was a political and social system in South Africa while it wa…
An economic and social system envisioned by the nineteenth-ce…
is any political philosophy that favours tradition in the fac…
Anarchism
A political theory holding all forms of governmental authorit…
Apartheid
was a political and social system in South Africa while it wa…
Humanities 10 vocabulary 2
Adroit
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Peaceable, friendly
Having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
Given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive... One at war,…
Adroit
Skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Amicable
Peaceable, friendly
Humanities- Vocabulary DUE: 10/14
Comply
Deride
Divert
Prodigious
To follow rules or order
To make fun of
To change course or turn from one direction to another
Huge/ big in size
Comply
To follow rules or order
Deride
To make fun of
Humanities 10 vocabulary words
grippe
Sadist
Lavish
Putrid
An influenza
A person who is happy by hurting others
Extravagant
Rotten
grippe
An influenza
Sadist
A person who is happy by hurting others
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Humanities 10, Semester Two Vocabulary
sycophant
pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
intending to cause harm
appearing everywhere
a statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
sycophant
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
pernicious
intending to cause harm
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Humanities 10 Lexicon
act
scene
alliteration
anecdote
(n) a major section of a dramatic work
(n) a smaller section within an act
(n) multiple words close to one another that all start with t…
(n) a brief story, often told in order to make a larger point
act
(n) a major section of a dramatic work
scene
(n) a smaller section within an act
Humanities Vocabulary Lesson 10 Definitions
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
Humanities 10 Reading Excerpt Vocabulary pgs. 138-148
astute
aqueducts
obliterate
audacious
clever, cunning, shrewd
http://www.history.com/topics/aztecs/videos/aztec-aqueducts
to destroy completely
extremely bold; fearless
astute
clever, cunning, shrewd
aqueducts
http://www.history.com/topics/aztecs/videos/aztec-aqueducts
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Unit 2 Alternate Vocabulary (Humanities 10)
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
protection; patronage; sponsorship
to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written notice
fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent
a group of people hired to applaud a performer or performance…
aegis
protection; patronage; sponsorship
apprise
to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written notice
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Humanities 10, Semester Two Vocabulary
sycophant
pernicious
ubiquitous
non sequitur
flattery
could be harmful
plentiful
my dad in a conversation
sycophant
flattery
pernicious
could be harmful
Humanities 10
anonymous
anxiety
beneficial
bounteous
unknown
concern or fear
helpful
given freely
anonymous
unknown
anxiety
concern or fear
Humanities 10
Kant
Rousseau
industrial revolution
adam smith and economics
-argued against tabula rasa... -mind is participant in accumulat…
-individuals are already good by nature but are corrupted by…
1. new inventions, technology, and industrial processes... 2. ad…
-wealth of nations... -first major work in economics... -descriptio…
Kant
-argued against tabula rasa... -mind is participant in accumulat…
Rousseau
-individuals are already good by nature but are corrupted by…
humanities 10
ACLU
charlie wilson
admiral stansfeild turner
covert ops
an american legal organization that advocates for individual…
democratic from texas
cia director under president carter
defense committee initiative to conduct military operations i…
ACLU
an american legal organization that advocates for individual…
charlie wilson
democratic from texas
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Humanities 10 Final Exam Vocabulary
Vivacious
Astute
Laconic
Uncouth
-adj. happy and lively in a way that is attractive
-adj. having or showing an ability to notice and understand t…
-adj. using few words in speech or writing
-adj. behaving in a rude way : not polite or socially accepta…
Vivacious
-adj. happy and lively in a way that is attractive
Astute
-adj. having or showing an ability to notice and understand t…
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Human Japanese Ch. 10 Vocabulary
きょう
きのう
あした
おととい
today
yesterday
tomorrow
the day before yesterday
きょう
today
きのう
yesterday
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Humanities Word List #10
Culinary
Gourmet
Epicurean
Gluttony
(adjective) anything relating to cooking or the kitchen
(adjective or noun) an expert or "connoisseur" of fine food a…
(adjective) having very discriminating tastes in food and win…
(noun) excessive eating or drinking... One of the seven deadly s…
Culinary
(adjective) anything relating to cooking or the kitchen
Gourmet
(adjective or noun) an expert or "connoisseur" of fine food a…
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6th Humanities Vocabulary 10, period 1-2
nefarious
traverse
neophyte
panache
[adj] wicked or criminal
[verb] travel across or through
[noun] a person who has just started learning or doing someth…
[noun] flamboyant confidence of style or manner
nefarious
[adj] wicked or criminal
traverse
[verb] travel across or through
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Humanities Test 11/10
The Tree of Jesse Window
Rose Window (circular stained glass)
Interior Sainte-Chapelle
Allegory of Good Government; Lorenzetti
artist?
The Tree of Jesse Window
Rose Window (circular stained glass)
Humanities 10 English Vocabulary Quiz
Abstract
Access
Accuracy
Acknowledge
(Adj.) disassociated from any specific instance; difficult to…
(Noun) (1) permission, liberty, or ability to enter, approach…
(Noun) Freedom from mistake or error, correctness; conformity…
(Verb) To recognize the rights, authority, or status of; to r…
Abstract
(Adj.) disassociated from any specific instance; difficult to…
Access
(Noun) (1) permission, liberty, or ability to enter, approach…
10. Human Genome Vocabulary
Genome
3 Billion
20000
98.5
An organism's genetic material.
Number of base pairs in human genome.
Number of genes in human genome.
Percent of DNA not coding for proteins.
Genome
An organism's genetic material.
3 Billion
Number of base pairs in human genome.
5th Human Body Vocabulary (1-10)
cell
unicellular
multicellular
organism
the basic unit of structure and function of all living things
consisting of a single cell
consisting of many cells
a form of life such as a plant, or animal, or bacteria
cell
the basic unit of structure and function of all living things
unicellular
consisting of a single cell
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Year 10 Humanities: Wellbeing
Qualitative
Quantitative
PQE
Wellbeing
Data in the form of recorded descriptions rather than numeric…
Data that is measurable; obervations based on numbers
Pattern, Quantification, Exception
A physical, mental, social, and emotional feeling of healthin…
Qualitative
Data in the form of recorded descriptions rather than numeric…
Quantitative
Data that is measurable; obervations based on numbers
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Humanities 10 Vocabulary List One
Concupiscence
Sagacious
Fritter
Decadence
N. sexual desire; lust.... ardent, usually sensuous, longing.... (B…
Adj. having or showing acute mental discernment and keen prac…
V. to waste time, money, or energy on trifling matters... (Bob's…
N. the act or process of falling into an inferior condition o…
Concupiscence
N. sexual desire; lust.... ardent, usually sensuous, longing.... (B…
Sagacious
Adj. having or showing acute mental discernment and keen prac…
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GRADE 10 - Humanities
prejudice
ideology
divisive
radicalized
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, ofte…
a system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the b…
(adj.) causing dissent, discord (Her divisive tactics turned…
cause (someone) to become an advocate of radical political or…
prejudice
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, ofte…
ideology
a system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the b…
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10 Humanities: Dante
synesthesia
fourfold allegory
in medias res
canto
The blending of senses; seeing sounds, tasting sights
A complex allegory using a literal, a symbolic, a moral, and…
Beginning in the middle of the story
Literally "song"; a chapter like segment
synesthesia
The blending of senses; seeing sounds, tasting sights
fourfold allegory
A complex allegory using a literal, a symbolic, a moral, and…
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humanities ch. 10 (Baroque)
Pope Paul convened the Council of Tren…
Used art to appeal to human emotion.... R…
Art style after the High Renaissance.…
Considered a heretical painting.... The L…
What was the Council of Trent?
How did the Council of Trent impact art
What is the Mannerist style?
Why did Veronese change the title of his painting?
Pope Paul convened the Council of Tren…
What was the Council of Trent?
Used art to appeal to human emotion.... R…
How did the Council of Trent impact art
Humanities 10 vocabulary midterm 2016
Sagacious
Fritter
Providence
Jargon
(Adj) Wise
(Verb) to waste time, money, and energy little by little
(Noun) protective care of God or nature as a spiritual power
(Noun) special language to a particular group
Sagacious
(Adj) Wise
Fritter
(Verb) to waste time, money, and energy little by little
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10 Humanities Semester 2
human rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rig…
What U.S. First Lady chaired the UDHR…
What is the first article of the Unive…
Rights that are believed to belong justifiably to every person
World War II
Eleanor Roosevelt
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
human rights
Rights that are believed to belong justifiably to every person
The Universal Declaration of Human Rig…
World War II
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Humanities 10
What was the primary impetus that drov…
Which artist referred to his painted w…
All of the following describe the Roma…
Which artist painted The Third of May,…
the Industrial Revolution
Gustave Courbet
They valued reason and rationalism as a means to individual f…
Francisco Goya
What was the primary impetus that drov…
the Industrial Revolution
Which artist referred to his painted w…
Gustave Courbet
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Humanities I Unit 10 Vocabulary
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
to accept without protest; to agree or submit
to entice, tempt; a strong attraction; the power to attract,…
twisted to one side, crooked, disapprovingly
cheerful, lighthearted, casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
to entice, tempt; a strong attraction; the power to attract,…
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Unit 10: Human Biology Vocabulary
muscle tissue
skeletal muscle
smooth muscle
cardiac muscle
the tissue made of cells that can contract and relax to produ…
a voluntary muscle that is attached to bones and that moves m…
the elongated muscle that is not under voluntary control and…
The type of involuntary muscle found in the heart
muscle tissue
the tissue made of cells that can contract and relax to produ…
skeletal muscle
a voluntary muscle that is attached to bones and that moves m…
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Vocabulary: Chapter 10 AP Human
Agribusiness
Agriculture
Cereal Grain
Chaff
The family farm is not an isolated activity but is integrated…
Deliberate modification of Earth's surface through cultivatio…
Oats, wheat, rye, or barley
Husks of rice separated from the seed by threshing
Agribusiness
The family farm is not an isolated activity but is integrated…
Agriculture
Deliberate modification of Earth's surface through cultivatio…
AP Human Geography Ch. 10: Agriculture- Vocabulary
Agribusiness
Agriculture
Aquaculture
Biotechnology
...
Farming... The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's…
...
...
Agribusiness
...
Agriculture
Farming... The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's…
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Humanities 10
arabesque
bismillah
frame tale
gilded
a type of ornament featuring interwindd leaf and flower forms
the invocation that precedes the chapters of the Quran and ma…
a narrative technique by which a main story incorporates a gr…
gold surfaced; covered with a thin layer of gold, gold paint…
arabesque
a type of ornament featuring interwindd leaf and flower forms
bismillah
the invocation that precedes the chapters of the Quran and ma…
Humanities 10
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43
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35
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Humanities Vocab List 10
Unimpeachable
Cogitate
Gratuitous
Ostracize
(Adj.); Not able to be questioned, completely trustworthy. We…
(Verb); To think deeply about something, to meditate or refle…
(Adj.); Uncalled for, unnecessary and excessive. It was very…
(Verb); To exclude somebody from a group or a society. The ma…
Unimpeachable
(Adj.); Not able to be questioned, completely trustworthy. We…
Cogitate
(Verb); To think deeply about something, to meditate or refle…
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Humanities 10 Unit 11 Alternate Vocabulary Words
appease
belated
calamitous
cite
to make calm, soothe; to relieve, satisfy; to yield to
late, tardy
causing great misfortune
to quote; to mention; to summon to appear in court; to commen…
appease
to make calm, soothe; to relieve, satisfy; to yield to
belated
late, tardy
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Humanities Vocab 10/6
xenophobia
exclusion
restrict
exploit
Fear and/or hatred of foreigners.
The opposite of to include; to shut somebody out.
To limit.
To take advantage of.
xenophobia
Fear and/or hatred of foreigners.
exclusion
The opposite of to include; to shut somebody out.
Humanities 10
Crucial
Decline
Deduce
Denote
adjective, decisive or critical especially in the success of…
noun, a gradual continuous loss of strength,numbers, value, o…
verb, figure something out based on what you already know
verb, be a sign of; indicate
Crucial
adjective, decisive or critical especially in the success of…
Decline
noun, a gradual continuous loss of strength,numbers, value, o…
humanities 10
Abstract
Abstract
Abstract
Accommodate
Existing only in the mind; adjective
Sketchy summary;noun
Make off with belongings of others; verb
Have room for; verb
Abstract
Existing only in the mind; adjective
Abstract
Sketchy summary;noun
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Humanities 10
interloper
internecine
interpolate
interregnum
one who intrudes by meddling or treating on the rights of oth…
very destructive to both sides in a conflict involving slaugh…
to insert or add something between other parts especially in…
any period of time when a state is between the reign of a suc…
interloper
one who intrudes by meddling or treating on the rights of oth…
internecine
very destructive to both sides in a conflict involving slaugh…
Humanities 10
abrupt
bankrupt
corrupt
corruptable
sudden;unexpected;broken into what is expected
to be out of money; to financially break the bank
evil; dishonest; to break away from honesty
able to be influenced into doing something that breaks away f…
abrupt
sudden;unexpected;broken into what is expected
bankrupt
to be out of money; to financially break the bank
Humanities 10
traditions
language
religion
spirituality
customs or beliefs handed down from generation to generation
A system of communication through the use of speech, a collec…
A system of beliefs shared by a group with objects for devoti…
A person's system of beliefs and values, feelings of connecte…
traditions
customs or beliefs handed down from generation to generation
language
A system of communication through the use of speech, a collec…
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Humanities Vocabulary
arrogant
clique
conspirator
monarch
arrogant
clique
CHAPTER 10 VOCABULARY HUMAN GEO.
Agribusiness
Agricultural revolution
Agriculture
Cereal grain (or cereal)
Commercial agriculture characterized by the integration of di…
The time when human beings first domesticated plants and anim…
the deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
A great that yields grain for food.
Agribusiness
Commercial agriculture characterized by the integration of di…
Agricultural revolution
The time when human beings first domesticated plants and anim…
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Vocabulary AP Human 10/23
Folk culture
Popular culture
Local culture
Material culture
Cultural traits such as dress modes, duellings(small traditio…
Cultural traits such as dress, diet, music, that identify and…
people in a particular place who see them selves as a communi…
Art, housing, clothing, sports, dances, foods(created by a gr…
Folk culture
Cultural traits such as dress modes, duellings(small traditio…
Popular culture
Cultural traits such as dress, diet, music, that identify and…
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Ap human vocabulary 2-10
Possibilism
Functional (nodal) region
Formal (uniform) region
Perceptual (vernacular) region
The theory that the physical environment may set limits on hu…
An area organized around a node or focal point
An area in which everyone shares in a common, one or more dis…
A region that is made by individual human views and feelings
Possibilism
The theory that the physical environment may set limits on hu…
Functional (nodal) region
An area organized around a node or focal point
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