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language arts word list
aggressive
centigrade
degrade
digress
hostile;pushy;stepping into someones space with forceful energy
Celsius; temperature rating on the thermometer made up of 100…
verb: reduce in worth or character, usually verball
to stray from the main subject
aggressive
hostile;pushy;stepping into someones space with forceful energy
centigrade
Celsius; temperature rating on the thermometer made up of 100…
24 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
Avid
Example of Avid
Synonyms of Avid
Antonyms of Avid
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
Maggie shows a avid interest in lacrosse
devoted, keen, impatient
disinterested, unexcited, unenthusiastic
Avid
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
Example of Avid
Maggie shows a avid interest in lacrosse
Language Arts Words
inept
oaf
immense
libel
having or showing no skill
a stupid, uncultured, or clumsy person
extremely large or great
a published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
inept
having or showing no skill
oaf
a stupid, uncultured, or clumsy person
5 terms
Language Arts Word Wall
Banned
Compromise
Academic
Censored
Officially or legally prohibit.... C:Not able to do... C:Not allowe…
A agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by e…
Of or relating to education and scholarship.... C:School... C:Grades
Examine (a book, movie, etc) officially and suppress unaccept…
Banned
Officially or legally prohibit.... C:Not able to do... C:Not allowe…
Compromise
A agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by e…
Language Arts Words
De
Dis
Extra
Equi
Down
Away
Beyond
Equal
De
Down
Dis
Away
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Language Arts Words (G)
irony
verbal irony
dramatic irony
situational irony
a figure of speech in which words are used in such a way that…
This is the contrast between what is said and what is meant.…
This is the contrast between what the character thinks to be…
It is the contrast between what happens and what was expected…
irony
a figure of speech in which words are used in such a way that…
verbal irony
This is the contrast between what is said and what is meant.…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (A)
characterize
character traits
direct characterization
indirect characterization
to describe the qualities of someone or something in a partic…
the qualities, attitudes, and values that a character has or…
When using direct characterization, a writer states the chara…
When describing a character indirectly, a writer depends on t…
characterize
to describe the qualities of someone or something in a partic…
character traits
the qualities, attitudes, and values that a character has or…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (E)
foreshadowing
flashback
point of view
two of the most common points of view
a literary device by which an author hints what is to come. A…
An interruption of the chronological sequence (as of a film o…
The manner in which a story is narrated or depicted and who i…
first person, wherein the story is told by the narrator from…
foreshadowing
a literary device by which an author hints what is to come. A…
flashback
An interruption of the chronological sequence (as of a film o…
26 terms
Core Subject Words - Language Arts
adjective
adverb
antonym
authors purpose
A word that describes a noun
Describes a verb
Opposite
The reason the author has for writing. ( Inform, persuade, ex…
adjective
A word that describes a noun
adverb
Describes a verb
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Language Arts Words (C)
character evolution
theme
universal
universal theme
When a character's traits changes in some way throughout the…
The message about life a story conveys to its reader.
true or suitable in every situation
an idea that applies to anyone regardless of cultural differe…
character evolution
When a character's traits changes in some way throughout the…
theme
The message about life a story conveys to its reader.
5 terms
Language Arts Words (B)
flat character
round character
static character
dynamic character
a character who is one-sided and often stereotypical (has one…
A character is fully developed and exhibits many traits—often…
A character who does not change during the course of the lite…
A character who changes or grows during the course of the lit…
flat character
a character who is one-sided and often stereotypical (has one…
round character
A character is fully developed and exhibits many traits—often…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (I)
parody
contemporary
parable
allegory
an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
belonging to the present time (modern) A ___________ novel wo…
a short story designed to illustrate or teach some truth, rel…
a story in which the characters and events are symbols that s…
parody
an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
contemporary
belonging to the present time (modern) A ___________ novel wo…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (D)
plot
conflict
different types of conflicts in litera…
resolution
Used to describe the events that make up a story or the main…
a literary element that involves a struggle between two oppos…
Man vs man... Man vs self... Man vs nature... Man vs society
The denouement is a literary device which can be defined as t…
plot
Used to describe the events that make up a story or the main…
conflict
a literary element that involves a struggle between two oppos…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (J)
foible
soliloquy
memoir
autobiography
a minor weakness or eccentricity in someone's character.
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
A written account of one specific aspect of the writer's life.
A written account that focusses on the chronology of the writ…
foible
a minor weakness or eccentricity in someone's character.
soliloquy
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (F)
omniscient
third person omniscient narration
limited point of view
Idiom
Knowing everything
This is a common form of third-person narration in which the…
similar to the omniscient point of view, but the narrator onl…
a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not…
omniscient
Knowing everything
third person omniscient narration
This is a common form of third-person narration in which the…
5 terms
Language Arts Words (H)
mood
tone
genre
tragedy
In literature, _________is a literary element that evokes cer…
The writer's or speaker's attitude toward his subject, his au…
a specific type of music, film, or writing. Your favorite lit…
a kind of drama that presents a serious subject matter about…
mood
In literature, _________is a literary element that evokes cer…
tone
The writer's or speaker's attitude toward his subject, his au…
20 terms
Language Arts cell words
phon
poli
ang
morph
sound
many
bend
shape
phon
sound
poli
many
Language Arts Stem Words
logy
ist
tion
fore
specified study
one who
act or state
before
logy
specified study
ist
one who
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Vocabulary Words for Language Arts
abhor
abridge
abut
archaic
to hate very much, to detest utterly (v)
to shorten, to condense (v)
next to; shares a boundary with (v)
belonging to an earlier time, ancient; outdated (adj)
abhor
to hate very much, to detest utterly (v)
abridge
to shorten, to condense (v)
32 terms
Language Arts Important Words
abbreviation
alphabetical
audience
author
one word made short, ends with a period
in a - z order
who watches and listens to a show, game, speech, reading, or…
person who wrote; a writer
abbreviation
one word made short, ends with a period
alphabetical
in a - z order
15 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
Impertinent
Stupefied
Futile
Taciturn
Rude or overly bold
To stun
Producing no result
Using few words
Impertinent
Rude or overly bold
Stupefied
To stun
10 terms
Language Arts Words
abou
abov
ac
af
About
Above
Across
After
abou
About
abov
Above
16 terms
vocabulary words / language arts
cremation
ghastly
grisly
heed
the process of burning the body of a person who has died
horrifying , deeply unpleasant
horrifying; causing intense fear
to pay attention to ; to consider
cremation
the process of burning the body of a person who has died
ghastly
horrifying , deeply unpleasant
22 terms
Language Arts vocab words
Object
acute
sagacity
tattoo
purpose or goal
sharp or sensitive
intelligence and good judgment
steady beat
Object
purpose or goal
acute
sharp or sensitive
Language arts words
Languid
Grueling
Quell
Lament
Lacking in vigor or vitality... Lacking in spirit or interest
Extremely tiring... Demanding to the point of exhaustion
To silence or stifle... To suppress
To feel or express sorrow ... To regret... To mourn for
Languid
Lacking in vigor or vitality... Lacking in spirit or interest
Grueling
Extremely tiring... Demanding to the point of exhaustion
15 terms
Language Arts vocab words
Cumbersome
Notorious
Zany
Absolete
A difficult task with many steps, burdensome
Well known for something bad
Silly,wild,and crazy
No longer useful, technology, old
Cumbersome
A difficult task with many steps, burdensome
Notorious
Well known for something bad
Language Arts Vocab Words
amass
audacious
devoid
myriad
to bring together, collect, gather, especially for oneself; t…
bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
not having or using
in very great numbers; a very great number
amass
to bring together, collect, gather, especially for oneself; t…
audacious
bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
20 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
Foible
Lacerate
Harangue
Exact
Weakness, flaws, shortcoming in character
To rip, maul, tear, mutilate or mangle
Mean,nasty, angry speech
To demand from/of
Foible
Weakness, flaws, shortcoming in character
Lacerate
To rip, maul, tear, mutilate or mangle
Language Arts words
circumspect
Abstrauct
Defunct
Succinct
Adj. Cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequenc…
Adj. Difficult to understand impersonal; theoretical.
Adj. dead or inactive; having ceased to exist.... Ex: Latin is a…
Adj. brief and to the point; concise and terse.... Ex: When Joe…
circumspect
Adj. Cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequenc…
Abstrauct
Adj. Difficult to understand impersonal; theoretical.
Language Arts
Laborious
flagstaff
Arable
Malignity
a task requiring effort
flagpole
a land suitable for growing crops
Intense ill will, a strong desire to inflict harm
Laborious
a task requiring effort
flagstaff
flagpole
169 terms
Language arts words
Adherence
Appeal
Aptitude
Enhance
Devotion to
Reopening a case in a court of law
Natural capacity for
To intensify
Adherence
Devotion to
Appeal
Reopening a case in a court of law
unit 1 language arts words
dehydrate
hydroelectric
hydrant
aquatic
become dry
related to electricity from falling water
a pipe with a spout
taking place in water
dehydrate
become dry
hydroelectric
related to electricity from falling water
166 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Abbreviation
Acronym
Active voice
Address
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
a speech or written statement, usually formal, directed to a…
Abbreviation
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
Acronym
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
Language Arts Words
Antonym
Context Clues
Draw Conclusion
Explain
A word opposite in meaning to another word
Hints that an author gives to define a difficult or unusual w…
Using information that is implied or inferred to make meaning…
To make clear by describing it in more detail
Antonym
A word opposite in meaning to another word
Context Clues
Hints that an author gives to define a difficult or unusual w…
Language arts vocab words
Prospects
Incessantly
Vexation
Pauper
Chances or possibilities especially for financial success
Without interruption, continuously
Annoyance or irritation
Poor person, especially one who depends on public charity
Prospects
Chances or possibilities especially for financial success
Incessantly
Without interruption, continuously
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Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Philately
Philanthropist
Philanthropy
Philosopher
Noun: Collection and Study of stamps
Noun: Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human wel…
Noun: Love of humanity, especially shown in donations to char…
Noun: lover of, or searcher for wisdom or knowledge
Philately
Noun: Collection and Study of stamps
Philanthropist
Noun: Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human wel…
15 terms
language Arts Word Work
superfluous
intrepid
text structure
graph = witting
extra,surplus
fearless, brave
the written text is agonized
- paragraph... - photography
superfluous
extra,surplus
intrepid
fearless, brave
140 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Words
Acrimony
Blithe
Contravene
Deprication
(N.) bitterness or ill feeling.
(Adj.) showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring…
(V.) to fail to do what is required by (a law or rule)
(N.) to criticize or express disapproval of (someone or somet…
Acrimony
(N.) bitterness or ill feeling.
Blithe
(Adj.) showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring…
10 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Words
Vindicate
Desecrate
Karma
Stereotype
To free from blame or guilt
To treat a sacred place or object shamefully or with disrespect
The cosmic ideal that each person's actions are punished or r…
To hold a set idea of a whole group of people.
Vindicate
To free from blame or guilt
Desecrate
To treat a sacred place or object shamefully or with disrespect
Language arts words
Sequence text
Chronological text
Descriptive text
Problem and solution
Orginazes the information in a series of directions
Presents events in a sequence from beginning to end
Sensory and descriptive details help readers visualize inform…
Introduces and describes a problem and presents one or more s…
Sequence text
Orginazes the information in a series of directions
Chronological text
Presents events in a sequence from beginning to end
6 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
define analyze.
define argue.
define evaluate.
define interpret.
to break down methodically, deconstruct, or examine. He analy…
claim, persuade, propose, provide reasons or evidence. He arg…
assess, figure out, determine a certain characteristic(s) abo…
deduce, infer, translate. She interpreted the writing while s…
define analyze.
to break down methodically, deconstruct, or examine. He analy…
define argue.
claim, persuade, propose, provide reasons or evidence. He arg…
50 terms
Language Arts Words
crescendo
abyss
retract
disillusioned
a sound that gets louder and louder
a hole or space so big and deep that it seems bottomless
pulls back or in
realize that something or someone is not as good as you thought
crescendo
a sound that gets louder and louder
abyss
a hole or space so big and deep that it seems bottomless
Language arts words
Diction
Connotation
Cognitive
Elaberate
A choice of words
The meaning suggested by a word either possetive or negative
Thinking, prosses, rerembering
Adding more imformation or detail
Diction
A choice of words
Connotation
The meaning suggested by a word either possetive or negative
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
encumber
exasperation
offend
spatter
to slow down
annoyed
to insult, annoy
splash
encumber
to slow down
exasperation
annoyed
Language Arts vocab words
Urbis, Urbs
Urban
suburban
police
city
related to a city or located in a city
related to an area just outside a city
government workers who make sure that everyone follows the law.
Urbis, Urbs
city
Urban
related to a city or located in a city
20 terms
Vocabulary Words (Language Arts)
Mortify (v)
Orthodox (adj)
Procure (v)
Scurry (v)
to hurt someone's feelings deeply// to cause embarrassment or…
in agreement with established or generally accepted beliefs o…
to obtain through special effort//to bring about
to run quickly, scamper, hurry
Mortify (v)
to hurt someone's feelings deeply// to cause embarrassment or…
Orthodox (adj)
in agreement with established or generally accepted beliefs o…
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
Apathy
Empathy
Conviction
Fortitude
lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern, indifference
the ability to truly understand and share the feelings of ano…
a strong belief or opinion
mental and emotional strength in facing difficult or danger c…
Apathy
lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern, indifference
Empathy
the ability to truly understand and share the feelings of ano…
10 terms
Language Arts Words
a collection of poems and stories... sent…
a closing section added to a novel or…
an introductory section added to a poe…
a literary work that ridicules and der…
anthology ... noun
epilogue ... noun
prologue ... noun
satire ... noun
a collection of poems and stories... sent…
anthology ... noun
a closing section added to a novel or…
epilogue ... noun
12 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
cite
evidence
develop
conclusion
give source
proof
create
realization
cite
give source
evidence
proof
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words
opinion
plot
point of view
proofread
a personal view or attitude; a belief or judgment
a storyline; a secret plan or scheme
a belief, judgment; the position of a narrator in a story
to read in order to find and mark errors to be corrected at a…
opinion
a personal view or attitude; a belief or judgment
plot
a storyline; a secret plan or scheme
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