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Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 2: Week 4
mimic
ruffle
serene
sheepish
(n.) a person who does imitations (v.) to imitate; to make fu…
(v.) to wrinkle, make uneven; to annoy, upset; to flip throug…
(adj.) peaceful, calm; free of emotional upset; clear and fre…
(adj.) embarrassed; resembling a sheep in meekness (gentle),…
mimic
(n.) a person who does imitations (v.) to imitate; to make fu…
ruffle
(v.) to wrinkle, make uneven; to annoy, upset; to flip throug…
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Language Arts Vocabulary: Unit 4, Week 2
generate
idolize
ingratitude
keepsake
(v) to bring into existence; into be the cause of
(v) to worship as an idol; to make an idol of; to love very m…
(n) a lack of thankfulness
(n) something kept in memory of the giver; a souvenir
generate
(v) to bring into existence; into be the cause of
idolize
(v) to worship as an idol; to make an idol of; to love very m…
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Language arts vocabulary words week 4
Acquit
Deem
Devastate
Discredit
To declare not guilty or free from blame
To think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
To cause great damage or harm
To cause someone or something to seem dishonest or untrue
Acquit
To declare not guilty or free from blame
Deem
To think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
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Language Art Vocabulary words Week 3-4
Commotion
Concoction
Conspicuous 1
Conspicuous 2
Noisy Activity or Confustion.
Something prepared by mixing things together.
Easily seen; Obvious.
Attracting attention; Striking.
Commotion
Noisy Activity or Confustion.
Concoction
Something prepared by mixing things together.
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Language Arts Vocab Unit 1: Week 4
libel
misgiving
oaf
recede
(n.) a written statement that unfairly or falsely harms the r…
(n.) a feeling of fear, doubt or uncertainty
(n.) a stupid person; a big clumsy, slow individual
(v.) to go or move backward; to become more distant
libel
(n.) a written statement that unfairly or falsely harms the r…
misgiving
(n.) a feeling of fear, doubt or uncertainty
Language arts words week 4
Bronchogram
Bronchitis
Broncophony
Bronchogenic
X-ray of the lungs
Inflammation of the air passage
Sound of the voice heard through the stethoscope over healthy…
Originating from the air passages of the lungs
Bronchogram
X-ray of the lungs
Bronchitis
Inflammation of the air passage
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Language Arts Vocabulary | Week 4
Main Idea
Connotation
Denotation
Irony
the central or most important idea about a topic that a write…
the ideas and feelings associated with a word; examples: moth…
the dictionary definition of a word; examples: mother = a fem…
a contrast between what is expected or appears to be and real…
Main Idea
the central or most important idea about a topic that a write…
Connotation
the ideas and feelings associated with a word; examples: moth…
Language arts vocabulary week 4
Bolster
Frivolous
Muster
Obsess
1. To give a boost to... 2. Verb... 3. When writing a paper, always…
1. Little importance ... 2. Adj. ... 3. I'll ignore that frivolous…
1. To gather ... 2. Verb... 3. You will need to muster up the coura…
1. To fill the mind... 2. Verd... 3. You should never obsess over v…
Bolster
1. To give a boost to... 2. Verb... 3. When writing a paper, always…
Frivolous
1. Little importance ... 2. Adj. ... 3. I'll ignore that frivolous…
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Language Arts Vocabulary- Week 4
Congregate
Disregard (verb)
Disregard (noun)
Explicit
Gather into a crowd
To ignore
The act of ignoring something
Something that is explained so clearly that it can't be misun…
Congregate
Gather into a crowd
Disregard (verb)
To ignore
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Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
reflection
inference
hook
synthesize
The bouncing back of a ray of light, sound, or heat when the…
A conclusion based on observation or evidence
A detail that draws in the readers attention
combine
reflection
The bouncing back of a ray of light, sound, or heat when the…
inference
A conclusion based on observation or evidence
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Week 4 Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
homonym
proofread
quotation
transitional words
one of a group of words that share the same spelling and the…
to check written work for errors and mark the changes to be m…
a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by…
transitions are phrases or words used to connect one idea to…
homonym
one of a group of words that share the same spelling and the…
proofread
to check written work for errors and mark the changes to be m…
Language Arts Words Week #4
Scorn
Disillusion
Skepticism
Parable
harsh criticism that shows a lack of respect or approval for…
the condition of being disenchanted/ disappointment resulting…
an attitude of doubting the truth of something (such as a cla…
a short story that teaches a moral or spiritual lesson; espec…
Scorn
harsh criticism that shows a lack of respect or approval for…
Disillusion
the condition of being disenchanted/ disappointment resulting…
Vocabulary Words of the Week- Language Arts
Acknowledge
Amendment
Acquire
Articulate
Accept or admit the existence or ... truth of.
A change in the words or meaning of a law or document
To get or gain something as one's own
To speak or express clearly
Acknowledge
Accept or admit the existence or ... truth of.
Amendment
A change in the words or meaning of a law or document
Vocabulary week 4 language arts
Vigil
Wrangling
Antics
Avowed
A period of watchful attention observant or watchful
To herd or gather together
Ridiculous or unpredictable behavior
Declared openly and without Shame
Vigil
A period of watchful attention observant or watchful
Wrangling
To herd or gather together
Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
ad
extra
intra
sub
near
outside
inside
under/below
ad
near
extra
outside
Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
Amiably
Apathy
Scarcely
Presumptuous
(Adverb) Having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qu…
(Noun) Lack of interest, excitement, or concern ... Example: Th…
(Adverb) Barely; hardly; not quite
(Adjective) Bold or forward; failing to observe what is appro…
Amiably
(Adverb) Having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qu…
Apathy
(Noun) Lack of interest, excitement, or concern ... Example: Th…
Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
Caustic
Salutary
Hypocritical
Anonymity
Stinging; biting
Healthful; useful or helpful; remedial
Insincere; pretending to be what one is not
Condition of being nameless or unknown
Caustic
Stinging; biting
Salutary
Healthful; useful or helpful; remedial
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Week 4 Language Arts Vocabulary
abbey
abduction
bauble
bawl
the buildings occupied by monks or nuns
the act of taking someone away against their will
a small showy decoration
to shout out noisily and unrestrained
abbey
the buildings occupied by monks or nuns
abduction
the act of taking someone away against their will
Language arts- vocabulary week 4
Composite
Navigable
Accentuate
Transcribe
Made up of separate parts
Able to be passed on traversed, especially for ships
To emphasize
To write out or copy information, usually by hand
Composite
Made up of separate parts
Navigable
Able to be passed on traversed, especially for ships
Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
Camouflage
Boycott
Boisterous
Bizarre
Protective coloring or a disguise that conceals
A refusal to by form or dealwith a person business, or nation…
Rough and stormy; violent
Very strange or odd
Camouflage
Protective coloring or a disguise that conceals
Boycott
A refusal to by form or dealwith a person business, or nation…
Language arts vocabulary (week 4)
Bigot
Cajole
Candid
Canine
One who is intolerant of anothers beliefs, opinions, or values
To persuade with false promises and flattery
Outspoken, blunt or informal and unposed
Having to do with dogs
Bigot
One who is intolerant of anothers beliefs, opinions, or values
Cajole
To persuade with false promises and flattery
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Language Arts Vocabulary week 4
autobiography
anecdote
biography
diary
an account of a persons life written by that person. example…
a short story about an interesting or funny event often to de…
an account of someones life written by someone else. example…
a book in which one keeps a record of events and experiences…
autobiography
an account of a persons life written by that person. example…
anecdote
a short story about an interesting or funny event often to de…
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Language Arts Vocabulary - Week 4
Amble
Rote
Gossamer
Lineament
To walk leisurely
Memorization by repetition
Fine thread like spiders web
Individual parts of someone's face
Amble
To walk leisurely
Rote
Memorization by repetition
Language arts vocabulary week 4
Profusion
Praetorian
Enamaled
Perfunctorily
The property of being extremely abundant.
Militaristic
Having naturally a polished surface.
As a matter of mere duty, form, or routine with a minimum of…
Profusion
The property of being extremely abundant.
Praetorian
Militaristic
Language Arts Week 4 vocabulary
Indignation
Speculate
Expedient
Dungarees
Righteous anger
To ponder or theorize
Appropriate, convenient, and useful
Work pants or overalls
Indignation
Righteous anger
Speculate
To ponder or theorize
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Week 4 Language Arts Vocabulary
Turbulence
Undermine
Opulence
Exemplify
Violent disorder commotion
To attack by indirect, secret, or underhand means
Welch, riches, affluent
To show or illustrate by example
Turbulence
Violent disorder commotion
Undermine
To attack by indirect, secret, or underhand means
Language Arts Vocabulary Week 4
Anguish
Blothe
Congenial
Defiant
Great physical or mental pain
Cheerful, carefree, and lighthearted
Friendly and sociable
Openly resisting authority
Anguish
Great physical or mental pain
Blothe
Cheerful, carefree, and lighthearted
Language Arts Week 4 Vocabulary
Example (n)
Restate (v)
Sidebar (n)
Infer (v)
1. One that is representative of a group as a whole
1. Say again or differently in order to correct or improve
1. A short bit of information alongside a longer story
1. Conclude from evidence and reasoning rather than statements
Example (n)
1. One that is representative of a group as a whole
Restate (v)
1. Say again or differently in order to correct or improve
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language art week 4
antagonist
antecedents
autithesis
antonym
Bad guy or... A character who tries to keep the protagonist from…
Events that precede a response
Strongly contradictory words, clauses, phrases
A word that means the opposite of another word
antagonist
Bad guy or... A character who tries to keep the protagonist from…
antecedents
Events that precede a response
Words of the Week- Language Arts Vocabulary
Acknowledge
Acquire
Aspire
Apathy
accept or admit the existence or ... truth of
to get or gain something as one's own
to seek to achieve a particular goal
lack of interest, emotion, or concern
Acknowledge
accept or admit the existence or ... truth of
Acquire
to get or gain something as one's own
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Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 1: Week 2
douse
expressly
famished
forsake
to plunge into liquid, drench; to put out quickly or extinguish
plainly; in so many words; for a particular purpose
suffering severely from hunger or lack of something
to give up; renounce; to leave; abandon
douse
to plunge into liquid, drench; to put out quickly or extinguish
expressly
plainly; in so many words; for a particular purpose
Vocabulary Words:Unit 1 Week 4:Language Arts:E.Fisher
Cascade
Documentation
Dynamic
Exert
something that falls or pours down
support of a claim with facts usually by providing proof in w…
full of energy or is forceful
to put energy or power into doing something
Cascade
something that falls or pours down
Documentation
support of a claim with facts usually by providing proof in w…
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Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 1: Week 1
apparel
besiege
compress
denounce
clothing or decoration
to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause worry…
to press together;... to reduce in size or volume
condemn openly; to accuse formally
apparel
clothing or decoration
besiege
to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause worry…
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Language Arts Vocab: Unit 4, Week 1
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
(v) to declare not guilty; free from blame; discharge complet…
(v) to think, consider; to have an opinion
(v) to destroy; leave in ruins
(v) to throw doubt upon; to cause to be distrusted... (n) loss o…
acquit
(v) to declare not guilty; free from blame; discharge complet…
deem
(v) to think, consider; to have an opinion
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Language Arts Week 4
extravagant
recite
atrocious
exhausted
recklessly wasteful
repeat aloud from memory
exceptionally bad or displeasing
depleted of energy, force, or strength
extravagant
recklessly wasteful
recite
repeat aloud from memory
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Week 4 Language Arts
sensory details
figurative language
visualize
simile
the author uses the five senses while describing something to…
language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that i…
to form a mental image of what the author is describing
figurative language that compares two things using the words…
sensory details
the author uses the five senses while describing something to…
figurative language
language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that i…
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Language Arts Week 11 Vocabulary
circulate
petition
representative
absorbed
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
a person chosen to act or speak for others
intensely engaged or engrossed
circulate
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
petition
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
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Language Arts Vocabulary #4
sequence
theme
dictionary
glossary
the order something happens
the main idea of the story, the lesson
a reference book that contains words listed in alphabetical o…
a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words fo…
sequence
the order something happens
theme
the main idea of the story, the lesson
Language Arts Week 4
Assessor Noun
President Noun
Reside Verb
Residence Noun
An official who evaluates and settles on a value of a propert…
An executive officer who sits in charge of a firm or organiza…
To settle into a place to live; to exist
A home; a place where a person settles to live
Assessor Noun
An official who evaluates and settles on a value of a propert…
President Noun
An executive officer who sits in charge of a firm or organiza…
Language Arts Vocabulary - Week of 4.4.16
Emulate
Enervate
Ephemeral
Exemplary
To imitate or copy: verb
To weaken: verb
Short lived: adjective
A good model or example: adjective
Emulate
To imitate or copy: verb
Enervate
To weaken: verb
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Language Arts/ Academic Vocabulary week 4
technical text
process
evidence
informative
a text that explains a process: how to do something
steps to make or do something
proof of something
facts about a topic to explain
technical text
a text that explains a process: how to do something
process
steps to make or do something
week 4 of school vocabulary(for language arts)
bioversity
chronic
formative
biohazard
exitence of many plants and animals
occurring again and again
to form something having an influence on a persons devolpment
chemicals that are dangerous
bioversity
exitence of many plants and animals
chronic
occurring again and again
Language Arts 4 Vocabulary words
allusion
analogy
symbol
hue
reference to something else.... internet def =an expression des…
comparison between two things purpose parallel... internet def=…
a illustration that represents something has meaning ... intern…
shade of color
allusion
reference to something else.... internet def =an expression des…
analogy
comparison between two things purpose parallel... internet def=…
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Language Arts Vocabulary, Unit 2: Week 2
constrain
contemporary
depict
disinterested
(v.) to force, compel; to restrain, hold back
(adj) belonging to the same period of time as oneself; (n) a…
(v) to portray, to represent or show in the form of a picture…
(adj) fair-minded; free from selfish motives; without prejudi…
constrain
(v.) to force, compel; to restrain, hold back
contemporary
(adj) belonging to the same period of time as oneself; (n) a…
Language Arts Week 4
Dur
Equi
Fac/fact
Fid
Hard or lasting/durable
Equal/equivalent
To do or make/factory
Faith/trust/fidelity
Dur
Hard or lasting/durable
Equi
Equal/equivalent
Language arts vocabulary words #4
Dilapidated
Elated
Migrant
Prominence
Broken down, in ruin(nearly reduced to ruins)
Make(someone) ecstatically happy
One who travels in search of work
Standing out from something by physically projecting or being…
Dilapidated
Broken down, in ruin(nearly reduced to ruins)
Elated
Make(someone) ecstatically happy
Language Arts 8 Vocabulary week 4
Bolster-Verb
Frivolous-Adjetive
Muster-Verb
Obsess-Verb
To give a boost to
Of little importance
To gather
To fill the mind
Bolster-Verb
To give a boost to
Frivolous-Adjetive
Of little importance
Language arts week 4
Hyperbole
Oxymoron
Pace
Protagonist
A figure of speech that uses an obvious exaggeration, or over…
A figure of speech that combines opposite or contradictory te…
The speed or tempo with which the story in a work of literatu…
The main character is a drama or other literary work
Hyperbole
A figure of speech that uses an obvious exaggeration, or over…
Oxymoron
A figure of speech that combines opposite or contradictory te…
Language Arts week 4
Recollection
Engross
Dwindle
Wavering
A act of remembering
to hold the complete interest
to get smaller
to go back and forth
Recollection
A act of remembering
Engross
to hold the complete interest
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Language Arts Week 4
Dur
Equi
Fac/Fact
Fid
Hard or lasting- durable
Equal- equilateral
To do or make- manufacture
Faith/trust- Fidelity
Dur
Hard or lasting- durable
Equi
Equal- equilateral
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