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Shakespeare SAT Vocabulary
ABHOR
LAMBASTE
JEST
BESEECH
TO HATE,DISLIKE,LOATHE
TO ATTACK OR CRITICIZE
TO JOKE OR PRANK
TO ASK,BEG,OR REQUEST
ABHOR
TO HATE,DISLIKE,LOATHE
LAMBASTE
TO ATTACK OR CRITICIZE
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Shakespeare vocabulary {SAT}
Skedaddle
Persnickety
Odoriferous
Nincompoop
Verb. To run away from something, often when scared. He skeda…
Adj. Fussy about little details that don't matter much. She w…
Adj. Really strong smelling. The thing was extremely odiferous.
Noun. A person who acts foolishly. He was a nincompoop.
Skedaddle
Verb. To run away from something, often when scared. He skeda…
Persnickety
Adj. Fussy about little details that don't matter much. She w…
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SAT Vocabulary- Verbs Shakespeare
Abhor
Lambaste
Jest
Beseech
To hate, dislike, loathe
To attack or criticize
To joke or prank
To ask,beg or request
Abhor
To hate, dislike, loathe
Lambaste
To attack or criticize
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SAT Vocabulary: Shakespeare is Hip-Hop
quotidian
fey
gay
pervasive
daily, everyday
magical
happy OR homosexual
inclined to spread throughout
quotidian
daily, everyday
fey
magical
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Donahoe English SHAKESPEARE SAT Vocabulary
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
A weapon with a blade that has lateral projections; a person…
Destructive or Harmful
Secret, Clandestine
A sign of forewarning, an omen
Partisan
A weapon with a blade that has lateral projections; a person…
Pernicious
Destructive or Harmful
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Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop"
quotidian
fey
gay
pervasive
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
[adjective]... happy, cheery, or homosexual... Everyone had a __…
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
quotidian
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
fey
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
Shakespeare is Hip Hop SAT Vocabulary
Quatidian
Fey
Gay
Pervasive
Daily, everyday
Magic
Happy, cheery, or homosexual
Inclined to spread throughout
Quatidian
Daily, everyday
Fey
Magic
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Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop" NEW
quotidian
pervasive
douse
pliable
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
[verb]... to drench, saturate... The firefighter _____ed the fla…
[adjective]... flexible, bendable... The shoes are comfortable b…
quotidian
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
pervasive
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
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Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop"
quotidian
pervasive
douse
pliable
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
[verb]... to drench, saturate... The firefighter _____ed the fla…
[adjective]... flexible, bendable... The shoes are comfortable b…
quotidian
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
pervasive
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
55 terms
Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop"
quotidian
fey
gay
pervasive
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
[adjective]... happy, cheery, or homosexual... Everyone had a __…
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
quotidian
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
fey
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
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sat shakespear
Fey
pliable
profuse
fecund
(adj.) - magical
(adj.) easily bent, flexible; easily influenced
(adj.) very abundant; given or flowing freely
fertile; fruitful; productive
Fey
(adj.) - magical
pliable
(adj.) easily bent, flexible; easily influenced
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Shakespeare SAT Vocab
surfeit
abatement
churlish
thriftless
(v) to feed, supply, or enjoy to the point of excess
(n) the act or process of abating: the state of being made or…
(adj) a rude or grumpy person
(adj) careless in the handling of money or resources
surfeit
(v) to feed, supply, or enjoy to the point of excess
abatement
(n) the act or process of abating: the state of being made or…
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Sat vocab words Shakespeare
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
A weapon having a blade or one who shows blind alegiance to a…
Very destructive or harmful, deadly
Secret,concealed
A sign or forewarning, omen
Partisan
A weapon having a blade or one who shows blind alegiance to a…
Pernicious
Very destructive or harmful, deadly
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Shakespeare and SAT Vocab
Syllogism
Knight
Prerogative
Mitigation
the process of reaching the same conclusion with two differen…
a man of high military rank during medieval time
an exclusive right or privilege issued by achieving a certain…
lessening the intensity of a negative emotion, consequence, o…
Syllogism
the process of reaching the same conclusion with two differen…
Knight
a man of high military rank during medieval time
55 terms
SAT Unit 2 Shakespeare is Hip Hop
quotidian (adj.)
fey (adj.)
gay (adj.)
pervasive (adj.)
daily, everyday
magical
happy, cheery, or homosexual
inclined to spread throughout
quotidian (adj.)
daily, everyday
fey (adj.)
magical
55 terms
Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop"
quotidian
fey
gay
pervasive
daily, everyday
magical
happy, cheery, or homosexual
inclined to spread throughout
quotidian
daily, everyday
fey
magical
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SAT Vocabulary Study (Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare) - Part 1
Replicated
Sterile
Countenance
Vexation
A copy or a duplicate
Incapable of reproducing
Appearance, the look or expression on the face
Discomfort or distress, annoyance, nuisance, irritation
Replicated
A copy or a duplicate
Sterile
Incapable of reproducing
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SAT Vocabulary Study (Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare) - Part 2
Taper
Spurn
Augment
Instigation
A wax candle
To reject or to refuse with hostility
To make greater or to supplement
Urging, provocation, incitement
Taper
A wax candle
Spurn
To reject or to refuse with hostility
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SAT Vocabulary Study (Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare) - Part 1
Replicated
Sterile
Countenance
Vexation
A copy or a duplicate
Incapable of reproducing
Appearance, the look or expression on the face
Discomfort or distress, annoyance, nuisance, irritation
Replicated
A copy or a duplicate
Sterile
Incapable of reproducing
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
blank verse
dialogue
aside
foot
unrhymed iambic pentameter
the verbal exchanges between characters
a speech directed to the audience that supposedly is not hear…
the metrical unit by which a line of poetry is measured
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter
dialogue
the verbal exchanges between characters
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Flocabulary: SAT Vocabulary: Unit 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop" [Beast Mode]
quotidian
fey
gay
pervasive
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
[adjective]... happy, cheery, or homosexual... Everyone had a __…
[adjective]... inclined to spread throughout... The _____ stink…
quotidian
[adjective]... daily, everyday... Grandpa Joe's _____ routine in…
fey
[adjective]... magical... The _____ story about a princess who k…
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SAT Flocabulary Shakespeare Is Hip-Hop
abrogate
abundant
algid
blandish
to abolish, often by authority
in great numbers
frigid, cold
to coax through flattery
abrogate
to abolish, often by authority
abundant
in great numbers
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
scuffle
courtship
dwindle
circumstantial
fight
A social interaction similar to dating but with the sole purp…
to lessen, diminish
Not able to be proven, based on the situation
scuffle
fight
courtship
A social interaction similar to dating but with the sole purp…
10 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Rogue
Loathsome
Homage
Raiment
A scoundrel or fool.
Causing hatred or disgust.
Honor or respect shown publicly.
Clothing and garments.
Rogue
A scoundrel or fool.
Loathsome
Causing hatred or disgust.
30 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
aside
bard
blank verse
comedy
comment by a character to the audience
poet
unrhymed iambic pentameter
play with a happy ending
aside
comment by a character to the audience
bard
poet
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
against
alack
an, and
art
for, in preparation for
alas; an exclamation of sorrow
if
are
against
for, in preparation for
alack
alas; an exclamation of sorrow
22 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Adieu
Anon
Aye
Doth
Good bye
Soon
Yes
Does
Adieu
Good bye
Anon
Soon
55 terms
Flocabulary SAT Song 2: "Shakespeare is Hip-Hop"
quotidian
fey
gay
douse
daily, everyday
magical
happy, cheery, or homosexual
to drench, saturate
quotidian
daily, everyday
fey
magical
22 terms
Grant SAT words Set 3 and Shakespeare
clandestine
atrophy
ascendancy
arable
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
a waste away ; to wither
Domination; growing power
Fit for plowing, tillable
clandestine
(adj.) secret, concealed; underhanded
atrophy
a waste away ; to wither
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Shakespeare vocabulary
Compulsory
Assail
Avouch
Parle
Operating with force; compelling; forcing; constraining; resu…
Make a concerted or violent attack on.
Affirm or assert.
To talk, converse, or speak.
Compulsory
Operating with force; compelling; forcing; constraining; resu…
Assail
Make a concerted or violent attack on.
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SAT Flocabulary Shakespeare is Hip-Hop
Quotidian- adjective
Fey- adjective
Gay- adjective
Pervasive- adjective
daily, everyday
magical
happy, cheery, or homosexual
inclined to spread throughout
Quotidian- adjective
daily, everyday
Fey- adjective
magical
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
The 'wooden-o'
shipwreck
infancy
bardolatry
o-vormig theater
vernield schip, schipbreuk
kinderjaren
fans van Shakespeare ( bard + idolatry), Shakespeare-verering
The 'wooden-o'
o-vormig theater
shipwreck
vernield schip, schipbreuk
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Hamartia
Anagnorisis
A play with a somber theme and lots of death
Main character with a major flaw
A life's path to its end
An error in judgement; a "tragic flaw"
Tragedy
A play with a somber theme and lots of death
Tragic Hero
Main character with a major flaw
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
aside
bard
blank verse
comedy
comment by a character to the audience
poet
unrhymed iambic pentameter
play with a happy ending
aside
comment by a character to the audience
bard
poet
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
archetypes
tragic hero
catastrophe
tragic flaw
Characters, situations, and images that are recognizable in m…
A literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a…
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
A weakness or limitation of character, resulting in the fall…
archetypes
Characters, situations, and images that are recognizable in m…
tragic hero
A literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a…
15 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
highly offensive; arousing aversion or…
to give an account or representation o…
possessing or displaying courage
a person who takes part in an armed in…
foul
report
brave
rebel
highly offensive; arousing aversion or…
foul
to give an account or representation o…
report
9 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Barefaced
Monumental
Majestic
Dwindles
Without disguise
Large and outstanding
Grand and dignified
Little remains of it
Barefaced
Without disguise
Monumental
Large and outstanding
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Shakespeare vocabulary
bearface
frugal
gust
Hint
Without discuise
A kinder way of saying cheap, or good with money
A rush of wind
An indirect suggestion
bearface
Without discuise
frugal
A kinder way of saying cheap, or good with money
14 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Discord (noun)
Homage (noun)
Beguile (verb)
Wanton (adj.)
disagreement
Honor or respect shown publicly
To deceive
Deliberate and without motive or provocation
Discord (noun)
disagreement
Homage (noun)
Honor or respect shown publicly
10 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Bard
Pun
Soliloquy
Monologue
In ancient Celtic culture, a poet who composed and recited ep…
A play on words. ... A deliberate confusion of similar words tha…
Talking to oneself on the stage when alone, especially when u…
When a soliloquy is delivered directly to the audience using…
Bard
In ancient Celtic culture, a poet who composed and recited ep…
Pun
A play on words. ... A deliberate confusion of similar words tha…
22 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
aside
blank verse
comedy
couplet
comment by a character to the audience
unrhymed iambic pentameter
play with a happy ending
pair of rhyming lines
aside
comment by a character to the audience
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter
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Shakespeare Vocabulary
aside
bard
blank verse
comedy
comment by a character to the audience
another work for a poet
what is unrhymed iambic pentameter called?
play with a happy ending
aside
comment by a character to the audience
bard
another work for a poet
23 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Drama
Tragedy
Tragic flaw
Blank verse
(theater) irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation…
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
A weakness or limitation of character, resulting in the fall…
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
Drama
(theater) irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation…
Tragedy
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
50 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Abominably
assail
avouch
buffet
adv. detestably; with hatred
v. to attack
v. to certify; to confirm; to guarantee
v. to hit or strike against
Abominably
adv. detestably; with hatred
assail
v. to attack
30 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
thou
thee
art
whence
you
you
are
from where
thou
you
thee
you
15 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
aye
thee
shrift
whither
yes
you
confession
where
aye
yes
thee
you
38 terms
Kelly SAT Flocabulary Unit 2 - "Hip Hop is Shakespeare"
pervasive
douse
pliable
commendable
spread throughout (adj)
to drench; to make completely wet (verb)
flexible; bendable (adj)
deserving of praise (adj)
pervasive
spread throughout (adj)
douse
to drench; to make completely wet (verb)
11 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary
Act
Scene
Sonnet
Iambic Pentameter
The traditional way playwrights break up the action of play.
A part of an act. Usually has a single setting and a certain…
A poem with... - fourteen lines... - a rhyme scheme... - lambic pentam…
A rhythmic patter choosing of five iambs per line, almost lik…
Act
The traditional way playwrights break up the action of play.
Scene
A part of an act. Usually has a single setting and a certain…
Shakespeare Vocabulary
concede
feeble
genial
incredulous
v-admitting that something is true or valid after denying... v-s…
adj-physically weak from age or sickness; frail
adj-warmly and pleasantly cheerful; friendly
adj-not able or willing to believe something; skeptical
concede
v-admitting that something is true or valid after denying... v-s…
feeble
adj-physically weak from age or sickness; frail
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Shakespeare vocabulary
Lamentable
Transpose
Enthrall
Vexation
Of circumstance or conditions which are bad or unsatisfactory
Cause two or more things to change places with each other
Capture the fascinated attention of
State of being annoyed, frustrated, worried
Lamentable
Of circumstance or conditions which are bad or unsatisfactory
Transpose
Cause two or more things to change places with each other
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