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English language arts vocabulary #6
De
Gen
Geo
Graph
Away, down, not
Birth, produce, race
Earth, ground
Write, written
De
Away, down, not
Gen
Birth, produce, race
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English Language Arts Vocabulary [4]
culmination
refugee
humanitarian
discrimination
complete or end
someone seeking shelter or safety
helping improve others lives
knowing the different type of people
culmination
complete or end
refugee
someone seeking shelter or safety
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Language Arts: Vocabulary Units 4-6 Review
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
(v.) to puzzle completely, confuse
(n.) a clown; a coarse, stupid person
(adj.) arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
alliance
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
bewilder
(v.) to puzzle completely, confuse
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English and language arts 4-8 vocabulary and activities
What is listening and reading
What are listening and reading activit…
How can a teacher promote oral communi…
What is Active voice
both require the use of skills in phonology, syntax, semantic…
teachers can set a purpose for listening, provide questions b…
role play, language play, sharing (show/tell), pair interview…
Expresses an action done by its subject.
What is listening and reading
both require the use of skills in phonology, syntax, semantic…
What are listening and reading activit…
teachers can set a purpose for listening, provide questions b…
Vocabulary - Language Art (book of three-#4)
reproachful
piteous
lurking
wrath
disapproving, critical
heartbreaking, sad
hinding behind, ready to pounce
anger
reproachful
disapproving, critical
piteous
heartbreaking, sad
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English Language Arts Vocabulary Pt. 6
Aside
Comedy
Drama
Dramatic Irony
A dramatic device in which a character speaks to the audience.
A dramatic performance which pits two societies against each…
Fiction represented in performance.
The audience knows more than the characters in the play.
Aside
A dramatic device in which a character speaks to the audience.
Comedy
A dramatic performance which pits two societies against each…
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Vocabulary 6 Unit 4 | Language Arts (ADVANCED)
acquit... v.
deem... v.
devastate... v.
discredit... v. & n.
to declare not guilty; free from claims, discharge completely…
to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
to throw upon, cause to be distrusted;to damage in reputation…
acquit... v.
to declare not guilty; free from claims, discharge completely…
deem... v.
to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
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Vocabulary Set 4, English/Language Arts vocabulary
Euphemism
Semantics
Connotation
Denotation
A mild or indirect word or expression for one considered to b…
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
An idea or feeling that a work invokes in addition to its lit…
The literature or primary meaning of a work, in contrast to t…
Euphemism
A mild or indirect word or expression for one considered to b…
Semantics
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary Pt. 4
Symbol
Theme
Tone
Understatement
Something used for or regarded as representing something else…
Message, content, subject matter, substance, topic.
How the author feels.
Representing something less strongly than what the facts woul…
Symbol
Something used for or regarded as representing something else…
Theme
Message, content, subject matter, substance, topic.
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English Language Arts 5-6 vocabulary 1
chagrin
panache
bedlam
garish
(noun) embarrassment; or a complete loss of courage
(noun) self-confidence; a showy manner
(noun) a noisy uproar; a scene of wild confusion
(adj.) tastelessly gaudy
chagrin
(noun) embarrassment; or a complete loss of courage
panache
(noun) self-confidence; a showy manner
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English language arts 5-6 vocabulary 2
chimerical
carrion
hoi polloi
laconic
(adj.) imaginary, fantastic
(noun) decaying flesh
(noun) common people; the masses
(adj.) using few words; short, concise
chimerical
(adj.) imaginary, fantastic
carrion
(noun) decaying flesh
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English language arts vocabulary set #4
Syn
Bio
Gen
Metr
With, together
Life
Birth, produce, race
Measure
Syn
With, together
Bio
Life
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Unit 6 Vocabulary( English Language Arts)
anonymous
browse
dupe
dynamic
without a name
to nibble, graze
easily tricked
active
anonymous
without a name
browse
to nibble, graze
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Chapter 6 English language arts vocabulary
Abashed
Aloof
Anguish
Articulate
Embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed.
Withdrawn, standing apart from each other.
Great mental suffering.
To pronounce distinctly.
Abashed
Embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed.
Aloof
Withdrawn, standing apart from each other.
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Vocabulary Set 4 English/language arts
Euphemism
Semantics
Connotation
Denotation
A mild or indirect word or expression substitutes for one con…
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
An idea of a feeling that a word involves in addition to its…
Literal or primary meaning of a word in contrast to the feeli…
Euphemism
A mild or indirect word or expression substitutes for one con…
Semantics
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
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Language Art 3-4 Vocabulary 6
Adherent
Incoherent
Inherent
Diffuse
A follower of a person or idea
Unable to be understood
Existing as a natural part
Not concentrated or focused
Adherent
A follower of a person or idea
Incoherent
Unable to be understood
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Language Arts ch. 4-6 vocabulary
Pact
Listless
Expound
Prevail
Agreement
Lacking energy or interest to move
To explain or interpret
To become common or widespread
Pact
Agreement
Listless
Lacking energy or interest to move
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Language Arts: The Outsiders Chapters 4-6 Vocabulary
Unceasingly
Apprehensive
Contemptuously
Ruefully
Continuously
Fearful or anxious that something bad will happen
Feeling someone or something is worthless or beneath consider…
Regretfully
Unceasingly
Continuously
Apprehensive
Fearful or anxious that something bad will happen
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Language Arts-The Outsiders Vocabulary Chapters 4-6
contempt
apprehensive
rueful
implore
lack of respect
fearful or worried about the future
filled with regret or pity
beg
contempt
lack of respect
apprehensive
fearful or worried about the future
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Grade 6 Language Arts Vocabulary - Lesson 4 - Honesty Fairness, and Openness
bluff
fabricate
frank
genuine
to fool or trick someone
to invent something in order to trick someone
completely honest
real
bluff
to fool or trick someone
fabricate
to invent something in order to trick someone
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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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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 3-4 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
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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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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 10
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
v. To do away with legal penalties for
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
n. An accusation made in reply; a counter charge.
adj. Deserving blame
decriminalize
v. To do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 8
complacent
docile
doctrine
gratuitous
adj: satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
adj: easily taught; submissive to instruction
noun: that which is taught; body of beliefs or ideas
adj: unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
adj: satisfied with a situation that should be changed or imp…
docile
adj: easily taught; submissive to instruction
English Language Arts 1-2 Honors Vocabulary List 4
Figure of Speech
Generic Conventions
Genre
Homily
A device used to produce figurative language
This term describes traditions for each genre
The major category into which a literary work fits
This term formally means "sermon", but it can be any serious…
Figure of Speech
A device used to produce figurative language
Generic Conventions
This term describes traditions for each genre
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 14
Apolitical
Civic
Civility
Civilize
adj. having no interest in politics; not political
adj. having to do with the business of a town or community
n. politeness; courteousness; decorum
v. to make more cultured or refined; polish
Apolitical
adj. having no interest in politics; not political
Civic
adj. having to do with the business of a town or community
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English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 11
Confide
Credence
Credible
Credulity
v. to trust (another) with information or a secret
n. trust or belief; acceptance
adj. able to be trusted in or believed; valid
n. tendency to believe things too quickly or easily; gullibil…
Confide
v. to trust (another) with information or a secret
Credence
n. trust or belief; acceptance
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary (4-6 Combined)
Imperious
Impertinent
Impervious
Impetuous
(adj.) commanding, domineering (The imperious nature of your…
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
(adj.) impenetrable, incapable of being affected (Because of…
(adj.) rash; hastily done (Hilda's hasty slaying of the king…
Imperious
(adj.) commanding, domineering (The imperious nature of your…
Impertinent
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
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Quarter 2 language arts vocabulary ch. 4-6
Abscond
Access
Anarchy
Arduous
To run off and hide
To enter
Lack of government and law
Hard to do, requiring much effort
Abscond
To run off and hide
Access
To enter
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Language Arts-The Outsiders-Chapters4-6 Vocabulary List
Contempt (noun)
Apprehensive (adjective)
Rueful (adjective)
Implore (verb)
lack of respect
worried about the future
reject
beg
Contempt (noun)
lack of respect
Apprehensive (adjective)
worried about the future
English Language Arts 3-4 Honors: Vocabulary Post-Test
Adjunct
Admonish
Advocate
Affiliate
a subordinate; an assistant
To warn; to caution
To recommend; to speak in favor of
an associate, partner
Adjunct
a subordinate; an assistant
Admonish
To warn; to caution
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Pirate Team Language Arts Old Yeller chapters 4-6 vocabulary FIS
Astride
Carneend
Clamoring
Embedded
One leg on either side of something
to twist from one side to another while moving rapidly
Loud Noise
Become Tightly fixed
Astride
One leg on either side of something
Carneend
to twist from one side to another while moving rapidly
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Vocabulary Roots For Language Arts Lesson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Vis
Spect
Super
Audi
to see/sight
to look at/to watch
big/above
to hear
Vis
to see/sight
Spect
to look at/to watch
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Language Arts Terms
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
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5TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS - Figurative Language Definitions
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
an overstatement or exaggeration
Simile
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
Metaphor
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
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8G Language Arts Unit 1_Harrison
archetype
imagery
setting
point of view
a character, symbol, or story pattern, that occurs frequently…
using details that appeal to the senses to help your reader i…
the time and place in which a narrative occurs
the perspective from which a story is told
archetype
a character, symbol, or story pattern, that occurs frequently…
imagery
using details that appeal to the senses to help your reader i…
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Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 1
affection
appeal
clasp
conspicuous
A fond or tender feeling.
To be attractive to; An earnest request for help.
To grasp or hold tightly
Easily seen.
affection
A fond or tender feeling.
appeal
To be attractive to; An earnest request for help.
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 4
aloft
attain
buffet
elude
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
n. 1. A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the d…
v. 1. To escape by being quick or clever.
aloft
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
attain
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
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Language Arts- Wordly Wise Lesson 2 Book 7
astute
authentic
delicacy
derogatory
wise in a clever or practical way
genuine ; true
a choice item of food
expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the reputation of…
astute
wise in a clever or practical way
authentic
genuine ; true
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Wordly Wise 6 Lesson 12 (with pictures)
Abandon
Adversary
Baffle
Blunder
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
n. An enemy or opponent.
v. To confuse; to prevent from understanding.
n. A stupid or careless mistake.... v. 1. To make such a mistake…
Abandon
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
Adversary
n. An enemy or opponent.
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Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ___ involves bitter,…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 8
accompany
beneficial
captive
convenient
v. 1. To go along with; to be together. 2. To play a musical…
adj. Being of use; helpful; favorable.
n. One that is held prisoner.... adj. Unable to escape or get aw…
adj. Suitable for one's needs; making life easier or more com…
accompany
v. 1. To go along with; to be together. 2. To play a musical…
beneficial
adj. Being of use; helpful; favorable.
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 1
avid
brusque
concise
demean
Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager; ent…
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff.
Short and to the point.
To cause a lowering of self-esteem; to lower in reputation or…
avid
Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager; ent…
brusque
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff.
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 6
anarchy (noun)
apprehend (verb)
arraign (verb)
assimilate (verb)
total absence of government; lack of order; chaos
to arrest; seize
to bring before the court to face charges
to absorb into a culture
anarchy (noun)
total absence of government; lack of order; chaos
apprehend (verb)
to arrest; seize
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Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 3
Admonish
Aghast
Annihilate
Benefactor
To criticize gently
Shocked
To destroy completely
A person who helps by giving money
Admonish
To criticize gently
Aghast
Shocked
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Figurative Language 6th Grade
Simile
Personification
Imagery
Pun
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
(Imagenes sensoriales) Descriptive language that create a pic…
A play on words using the double meaning for fun
Simile
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
Personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 2
abrasion
clad
corroborate
cursory
scraped or worn area
clothed or covered
to provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm
done in a hurry with little care to detail
abrasion
scraped or worn area
clad
clothed or covered
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