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Loomis Chaffee Spanish 3 Advanced Fall Final Exam Breaking the Spanish Barrier Vocabulary 2015-2016 Ms. Peterson
actual
afilado
agotado
agradecido
current
sharp (knife)
exhausted
grateful
actual
current
afilado
sharp (knife)
250 terms
Loomis Chaffee Spanish 3 Advanced Final Exam Vocabulary 2015-2016 Ms. Peterson
actual
afilado
agotado
agradecido
current
sharp (knife)
exhausted
grateful
actual
current
afilado
sharp (knife)
165 terms
Loomis Chaffee Spanish 3 Advanced Spring Final Exam Breaking the Spanish Barrier Vocabulary 2015-2016 Ms. Peterson
abandonar
abrazar
aburrirse
aconsejar
to abandon
to embrace, to hug
to become bored, to get bored
to advise
abandonar
to abandon
abrazar
to embrace, to hug
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Loomis Chaffee Spanish 3 Advanced Spring Final Exam La Barca Sin Pescador Vocabulary 2015-2016 Ms. Peterson
la acción
la accionista
la aldea
la baja
the stock
the stockholder, the shareholder
the village
the decline (of a stock)
la acción
the stock
la accionista
the stockholder, the shareholder
Vocabulary- English 1 (Loomis & Heaghney)
Palpable
Indolent
Incessantly
Amenity
(adj.) capable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard,…
Lazy, slothful
constantly; continually... Continuing without interruption
(n.) an item that increases comfort (Bill Gates's house is st…
Palpable
(adj.) capable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard,…
Indolent
Lazy, slothful
Loomis English III Vocabulary Test 11/10
Abhor (v.)
Abominable (adj.)
Ascribe (v.)
Confederate (V.)
To view with horror or dread; to hate utterly
Very unpleasant or distasteful; dreadful, terrible
To add in writing, to subscribe
To unite (persons or states) in a league, bring into alliance…
Abhor (v.)
To view with horror or dread; to hate utterly
Abominable (adj.)
Very unpleasant or distasteful; dreadful, terrible
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IB English Vocabulary - Junior
poignant
consistency
compassion
skein
1. causing a sharp sense of sadness, pity or regret. 2. sharp…
the ability to maintain a particular standard or repeat a par…
sympathy for the suffering of others, often including desire…
bundle of yarn
poignant
1. causing a sharp sense of sadness, pity or regret. 2. sharp…
consistency
the ability to maintain a particular standard or repeat a par…
90 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
congenial adj
contumacious adj
inveigled v
plebeian adj
friendly
rebellious
persuaded
crude or common
congenial adj
friendly
contumacious adj
rebellious
Stagnaro Vocabulary Junior English
Rancorous
Obstinate
Penitent
Benevolent
Hateful
Stubborn
Expressing remorse for one's own misdeeds
Well meaning; generous
Rancorous
Hateful
Obstinate
Stubborn
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Junior English Vocabulary
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
wanting more, greedy
not favoring one over the other
well-know, of high standing
deeply involved, surrounded
voracious
wanting more, greedy
indiscriminate
not favoring one over the other
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 10
chron
ferv
kin
mela
time
boil
motion
black, dark
chron
time
ferv
boil
22 terms
English Junior Vocabulary 8
acrimonious
bovine
conducive
consternation
biting; sharp
cow-like
helpful; favorable
dismay; terror
acrimonious
biting; sharp
bovine
cow-like
105 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
Congenial
Contumacious
Inveigled
Plebian
(adj). friendly
(adj). rebellious
(verb) persuaded
(adj). crude or common
Congenial
(adj). friendly
Contumacious
(adj). rebellious
Junior English Vocabulary 2
cad
ign
lud
syn
happen, fall
fire
play
together
cad
happen, fall
ign
fire
Junior English Vocabulary
vengeance
omnipotence
precocious
notorious
punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury of offense…
the quality or state of having complete or unlimited power (n…
exceptionally early in development or occurrence, exhibiting…
well known or famous especially for something bad (adjective)
vengeance
punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury of offense…
omnipotence
the quality or state of having complete or unlimited power (n…
10 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 17
Affect
Avenge
Disinterested
Effect
To have an influence on; bring about a change in.
To take revenge on or get satisfaction for.
Free of bias or selfinterest; impartial.
Something brought about by a cause or agent; result.
Affect
To have an influence on; bring about a change in.
Avenge
To take revenge on or get satisfaction for.
10 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
Temerity
Acumen
Auspicious
Antebellum
Excessive confidence or boldness
Ability to make good decisions or quick judgements
Conductive to success or favorable
Existing or occurring before a particular war, especially the…
Temerity
Excessive confidence or boldness
Acumen
Ability to make good decisions or quick judgements
Junior English vocabulary
Heathen
Abomination
Begrudge
contention
A non christian, particularly a Native pagan
Something hated because it is against what is accepted and ex…
To give or allow resentfully or reluctantly
heated disagreement OR (n) a claim/assertion
Heathen
A non christian, particularly a Native pagan
Abomination
Something hated because it is against what is accepted and ex…
Junior English Vocabulary
Expostlate
Hakneyed
Approbation
Assuage
to plead on the behalf of someone else
Something that is used so often that it lacks freshness or or…
The expression of approval or favorable opinion
A hint or an indirect suggestion
Expostlate
to plead on the behalf of someone else
Hakneyed
Something that is used so often that it lacks freshness or or…
Vocabulary Junior English
Jingoist
Lothario
Maverick
Nemesis
one who boasts about his patriotism and favors a warlike fore…
rake; seducer; lover
one who acts independently
agent of retribution; just punishment
Jingoist
one who boasts about his patriotism and favors a warlike fore…
Lothario
rake; seducer; lover
Junior English vocabulary 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness.
a practical joke, a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous ; stubborn and defiant.
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness.
hoax
a practical joke, a trick
79 terms
English Vocabulary Junior
Ameliorate
Conserve
Detriment
Exotic
Become better; (ant: worsen)
Keep from waste; (ant:waste)
Injury, damage, or something that causes it; (ant: advantage)
Foreign; (ant: native)
Ameliorate
Become better; (ant: worsen)
Conserve
Keep from waste; (ant:waste)
11 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
Verdure
Verdant
Viridity
Candid
Greenery ; ripe with vegetation
Green ; lush with vegetation
Lack of experience ; innocence
Open and sincere
Verdure
Greenery ; ripe with vegetation
Verdant
Green ; lush with vegetation
10 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
advocate
bellicose
contentious
domination
a person who pleads for a person, cause, or idea
having or showing a ready disposition to fight
showing an inclination to disagree
power to defeat
advocate
a person who pleads for a person, cause, or idea
bellicose
having or showing a ready disposition to fight
10 terms
English vocabulary 1 junior
Atone
Devoid
Replete
Mammoth
To make amends
Entirely without, lacking
Full or supplied to the upmost,
Huge, gigantic
Atone
To make amends
Devoid
Entirely without, lacking
100 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
Supercilious
Incredulous
Intimation
Apathetic
adjective... having or showing arrogant superiority to and disli…
adjective... indicating or showing unbelief; skeptical
noun... make known subtly and indirectly; hint
adjective... not interested or concerned; indifferent or unrespo…
Supercilious
adjective... having or showing arrogant superiority to and disli…
Incredulous
adjective... indicating or showing unbelief; skeptical
Junior English Midterm Vocabulary
elicit
innuendo
meritorious
jaded
To draw forth, bring out from some source
A hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a derogat…
Worthy, deserving recognition and praise
Wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiated by…
elicit
To draw forth, bring out from some source
innuendo
A hint, indirect suggestion, or reference (often in a derogat…
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 12
ad
err
mor
patr
to, towards
wander
manner, dead
father
ad
to, towards
err
wander
33 terms
English Vocabulary - Junior Year
palpitating
inept
specious
prudent
Beating rapidly; throbbing
Incompetent; unskilled; useless
Deceptive, apparently good or valid but lacking real merit
Careful; cautious
palpitating
Beating rapidly; throbbing
inept
Incompetent; unskilled; useless
Junior English Vocabulary List
Ilicit (adj)
Ambiguous (adj)
Ambivalent (adj)
Rationalization (n.)
not permitted by custom or law; unlawful
open to more than one interpretation; doubtful or uncertain
having opposing feelings for a person, object, or idea
satisfying but false reason (excuse) for one's behavior
Ilicit (adj)
not permitted by custom or law; unlawful
Ambiguous (adj)
open to more than one interpretation; doubtful or uncertain
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 16
grav
lev
meta
potent
heavy
light
change
power
grav
heavy
lev
light
30 terms
Junior English Semester Vocabulary
bereft
gape
unkempt
verbatim
(part., adj.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss... ______…
(v.) to stare with open mouth; to open the mouth wide; to ope…
(adj.) not combed; untidy... seemed to take pride in being _____
(adj., adv.) word for word; exactly as written or spoken... repe…
bereft
(part., adj.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss... ______…
gape
(v.) to stare with open mouth; to open the mouth wide; to ope…
90 terms
Junior English Vocabulary
congenial (adj)
contumacious (adj)
inveigled (verb)
plebian (adj)
friendly
rebellious
persuaded
crude or common
congenial (adj)
friendly
contumacious (adj)
rebellious
25 terms
Junior English Vocabulary and Terms for American-Puritan Literature
Puritan
Puritan Literature
"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
sermon
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Literature written by or about Puritans. Puritan Literature i…
A famous sermon written by Puritan preacher Jonathan Edwards…
a kind of lecture given by a preacher
Puritan
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Puritan Literature
Literature written by or about Puritans. Puritan Literature i…
10 terms
Vocabulary #5 Junior English
Augment
Insidious
Kismet
Enmity
To grow/increase something in number, amount, size, strength,…
Slowly and subtly harmful or destructive
Fate or density
Extreme hatred, particularly between enemies
Augment
To grow/increase something in number, amount, size, strength,…
Insidious
Slowly and subtly harmful or destructive
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 10
chron
ferv
mela
kin
time
boil
black
motion
chron
time
ferv
boil
Junior English Vocabulary
peregrination
enigma
asceticism
renunciation
a long and extensive voyage
something that is puzzling
a severe self-deprivation
rejecting or disowning something as invalid
peregrination
a long and extensive voyage
enigma
something that is puzzling
Junior English Vocabulary
Anachronistic
Arid
Assiduous
Circuitous
(adj.) Out of date... Song: "Just Got Paid" By N'Sync
(adj.) Extremely dry; lacking in interest and life ... Song: "De…
(adj.) Hardworking... Song: "Roar" by Katy Perry
(adj.) indirect; roundabout... Song: "You Got Me Round" By Dead…
Anachronistic
(adj.) Out of date... Song: "Just Got Paid" By N'Sync
Arid
(adj.) Extremely dry; lacking in interest and life ... Song: "De…
12 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 3
epi
sym
symposium
foreshadow
beside
together
a meeting for discussing a particular subject; a collection o…
to indicate or suggest beforehand; to give a warning of
epi
beside
sym
together
190 terms
Junior AP English Vocabulary
abandon
abase
accrue
acquiesce
lack of inhabition
to disgrace
to accumulate
to agree
abandon
lack of inhabition
abase
to disgrace
Vocabulary - Junior English #1
Conviction (n)
Inert
Persecute
Creed
Legal: to be found guilty of a crime. A core belief or elemen…
not moving, not reacting
to harass or take down someone for their religion of the way…
A formal statement of belief
Conviction (n)
Legal: to be found guilty of a crime. A core belief or elemen…
Inert
not moving, not reacting
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 15
cor
fus
ose
pen
heart
pour
sugar
almost
cor
heart
fus
pour
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 11
crac
lig
quer/quir
sanct
rule, power
choose, bind
question
holy
crac
rule, power
lig
choose, bind
25 terms
Junior English vocabulary #2
Unremitting
Automaton
Tether
Bessech
Never quiting,Unstop,never slacking
Doing something without emotion in a mechanical way
A rope or a chain attached to an animal
Ask someone urgently or frequently to do something
Unremitting
Never quiting,Unstop,never slacking
Automaton
Doing something without emotion in a mechanical way
English Vocabulary - Junior
morph
corp
idio
und
shape
body
peculiar
wave
morph
shape
corp
body
20 terms
Junior English Vocabulary 14
anim
dif
il
rami
mind, spirit
not, apart
in, not, on
branch
anim
mind, spirit
dif
not, apart
28 terms
Junior English C6 Vocabulary
apathetically
circumvent
coerce
compelled
showing a lack of interest or concern; indifferent.
1. To surround (an enemy, for example); enclose or entrap. 2.…
1. To pressure, intimidate, or force (someone) into doing som…
force or oblige (someone) to do something
apathetically
showing a lack of interest or concern; indifferent.
circumvent
1. To surround (an enemy, for example); enclose or entrap. 2.…
46 terms
Junior English Vocabulary Final
Adulterate
Altuistic
Amicable
Augment
To corrupt, debase, or make impure by the addition of a forei…
1: Unselfish regard for or devotion to the welfare of others…
Characterized by friendly goodwill: peaceable
To make greater, more numerous, larger, or more intense
Adulterate
To corrupt, debase, or make impure by the addition of a forei…
Altuistic
1: Unselfish regard for or devotion to the welfare of others…
10 terms
Junior English Vocabulary #3
libertine
picaresque
sedulous
salient
n. a person (especially a man) who leads an immoral life and…
adj. telling a story about the adventures of a usually playfu…
adj. involving or accomplished with careful perseverance
adj. very important or noticeable
libertine
n. a person (especially a man) who leads an immoral life and…
picaresque
adj. telling a story about the adventures of a usually playfu…
10 terms
Vocabulary #3 Junior English
Contrite
Erudite
Anomaly
Cantankerous
Genuinely and deeply sorry about something
Having great knowledge gained from study and reading
Something that deviates from the norm or expectations
Easily angered and difficult to get along with
Contrite
Genuinely and deeply sorry about something
Erudite
Having great knowledge gained from study and reading
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