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25 terms
word master language arts
serenade
foil
imperious
snare
a piece of music played in the open air, Typically a man unde…
to stop someone's plan. A thin sheet of metal
assuming power or authority without justification
a trap in which small game animals are caught
serenade
a piece of music played in the open air, Typically a man unde…
foil
to stop someone's plan. A thin sheet of metal
10 terms
Language arts master words
Antiseptic
Aside
Constant
Distribute
Throughly clean
Out of ones thoughts or mind
Continually occurring; persistent
To divide and give out in portions
Antiseptic
Throughly clean
Aside
Out of ones thoughts or mind
25 terms
language arts master words
acrid
feasible
inevitable
recollection
Sharp or biting to the taste or smell; bitter, pungent
capable of being done
unable to avoided; escaped
the act of re-collecting or the state of being re-collected
acrid
Sharp or biting to the taste or smell; bitter, pungent
feasible
capable of being done
25 terms
Language arts: word masters 1
Baleful
Harpy
Precarious
Pall
Threatening harm
A women monster
Not securelt held or in postion ; very likely to collapse
A cloth spread over a coffin
Baleful
Threatening harm
Harpy
A women monster
10 terms
Language arts word master words
harbinger
augment
incredulous
acerbic
anyhing that forshadows a future event
to make larger, enlarge in size
disinclined or indisposed to believe
sour or astringent taste
harbinger
anyhing that forshadows a future event
augment
to make larger, enlarge in size
50 terms
Language Art 7 - WordMasters
Pique D
Pique S
Equivocate D
Equivocate S
V.... 1. to affect with sharp irritation and resentment, especia…
excite, provoke, annoy, displease, irk
V.... 1. to use ambiguous or unclear expressions, usually to avo…
dodge, elude, escape, evade, sidestep, prevaricate (deceive,…
Pique D
V.... 1. to affect with sharp irritation and resentment, especia…
Pique S
excite, provoke, annoy, displease, irk
10 terms
language art word master 2
pall
shimmer
precarious
misdemeanor
a cloth spread over a coffin, hearse, or tomb.
shine with a soft tremulous light.
not securely held or in position; dangerously likely to fall…
a minor wrongdoing.
pall
a cloth spread over a coffin, hearse, or tomb.
shimmer
shine with a soft tremulous light.
50 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
15 terms
language arts word master words #2
carp
mellifluous
bastion
fawn
to find fault or complain generulously or unreasonable
sweetly or smoothly flowing
a projecting portion of a rampart or fortification that done…
a young deer
carp
to find fault or complain generulously or unreasonable
mellifluous
sweetly or smoothly flowing
22 terms
Language Arts word master definitions #1
Impasse
Surged
Brazen
Catalyst
N. A situation in which no pogress is made. ... N. A road or pas…
N. Rise and fall of activity.... N. To rise or move in a billowi…
Adj. Boldly shameless or impudent.... Adj. Made of brass.... Adj. L…
N. One that precipitates a process or an event, especially wi…
Impasse
N. A situation in which no pogress is made. ... N. A road or pas…
Surged
N. Rise and fall of activity.... N. To rise or move in a billowi…
63 terms
Language Arts MASTER SET
Point of View/Author's Perspective
First Person Point of View
Third Person Limited Point of View
Second Person Point of View
when the Author is telling the story from what he/she sees
when a character in the story is the narrator, or the person…
This is a point of view in which the narrator is outside the…
The narrator tells the story using the pronouns "You", "Your,…
Point of View/Author's Perspective
when the Author is telling the story from what he/she sees
First Person Point of View
when a character in the story is the narrator, or the person…
57 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
40 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
64 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
50 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
70 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
45 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
40 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
75 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
75 terms
Language Arts Words Master 2014-2015
Bombast (noun)
Throttle (verb,noun)
Convivial (adj)
Duplicity (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
Def 1: (Of a person) Cheerful and friendly ... Def 2: (Of an atm…
Def 1: Deceitfulness (dishonest behavior meant to trick someo…
Bombast (noun)
Def 1: Language that sounds impressive but is not meaningful…
Throttle (verb,noun)
Def 1: To choke or strangle ... Def 2: To defeat easily and comp…
18 terms
Language Arts (word 5)
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish; concerned with the welfare of others... Syn-sel…
(v) to express agreement... (n) agreement... Syn-concur; consent; a…
(n) one whose good to others... Syn-patron; humanitarian ... Ant-mi…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... Syn-g…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish; concerned with the welfare of others... Syn-sel…
assent
(v) to express agreement... (n) agreement... Syn-concur; consent; a…
100 terms
Academic Team MASTER: Language Arts
Emily Bronte
Geoffrey Chaucer
Lewis Carroll
Jane Austen
Wuthering Heights
Canterbury Tales
Alice in Wonderland
Northanger Abbey
Emily Bronte
Wuthering Heights
Geoffrey Chaucer
Canterbury Tales
83 terms
Language Arts MASTER SET
Sentence
Fragment
Subject
Simple Subject
A group of words that expresses a complete thought
A word, phrase, or clause that does not form a full sentence
being under domination, control, or influence; open or expose…
the main word or word group in the complete subject.
Sentence
A group of words that expresses a complete thought
Fragment
A word, phrase, or clause that does not form a full sentence
131 terms
Language Arts Master List
(The) Tempest
(Joseph) Addison, (Richard) Steele
Sonnet
John Alden
In what Shakespeare play do we find the son of a king of Napl…
Multiple answers. Name the two British essayists who founded…
Most of William Shakespeare's poetry was found in what form?
Two name answer please. Miles Standish asked what person to p…
(The) Tempest
In what Shakespeare play do we find the son of a king of Napl…
(Joseph) Addison, (Richard) Steele
Multiple answers. Name the two British essayists who founded…
13 terms
Language Arts Word Study #5
magn
maxi
macro
long
large
large
large
long/tall
magn
large
maxi
large
25 terms
Language Arts Root Words 5
Alter
Amat
Astr
Chron
Other
Love
Star
Time
Alter
Other
Amat
Love
20 terms
Language Arts Vocab Words #5
uncertainty
ultimate
tamper
tactful
doubt, the state of being unsure
last, final; most important or extreme; basic, fundamental
to interfere with; to handle in a secret and improper way
skilled in handling difficult situations or people; polite
uncertainty
doubt, the state of being unsure
ultimate
last, final; most important or extreme; basic, fundamental
10 terms
Language arts words group 5
Protracted
Deference
Heretic
Paucity
Drawn out; lengthy
A show of respect
Someone who goes against accepted religious beliefs
An insignificant amount
Protracted
Drawn out; lengthy
Deference
A show of respect
8 terms
Language Arts Root Words #5
In-, Im-, Ir-, Il
Mid-
Mis-
Re-
Not, Reverse Action
Middle
Wrong
Again
In-, Im-, Ir-, Il
Not, Reverse Action
Mid-
Middle
10 terms
Language arts vocabulary words 5
sequester
infuriate
rancid
scrutiny
to isolate or hide
to make extremely angry and impatient
smelling or tasting something extremely unpleasant as a resul…
critical observation or examination
sequester
to isolate or hide
infuriate
to make extremely angry and impatient
16 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS VOCAB WORDS 5
Renown
Capacious
Attribute
Servile
Widespread fame
Spacious, roomy
To consider as caused by something else
Groveling or extremely submissive
Renown
Widespread fame
Capacious
Spacious, roomy
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words #5
benign
capricious
dawdle
defamation
not causing harm
change suddenly
to waste time
act of harm
benign
not causing harm
capricious
change suddenly
19 terms
Language arts unit 5 words
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
Clemency
To express agreement. Say you agree or in a gesture.
One who does good to others.
Showing polite manners. Honor and courtesy; knightly.
Showing mercy or humaneness; moderation.
Assent
To express agreement. Say you agree or in a gesture.
Benefactor
One who does good to others.
25 terms
Language arts Unit 5 Words
Fact, Fy
Flect, Flex
Flor, Floral
Fract, Frag
To Make
To Band
Flower or Flowers
To Break
Fact, Fy
To Make
Flect, Flex
To Band
10 terms
Language arts words lesson 5
Affability
Awe
Conspiracy
Faction
Friendliness
A feeling of reverential respect mixed
Illegal plans against someone or a plot
A group that stands against an idea or group
Affability
Friendliness
Awe
A feeling of reverential respect mixed
24 terms
Language Arts Word Roots Master List SG 2
Ab, a, abs
Crypt
Pan
Fid
Away
Hidden
All
Faith
Ab, a, abs
Away
Crypt
Hidden
50 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Master List
Towering
Fashioned
Quake
Serpentine
Reaching a height above others
Made, built, or shaped
To shake or vibrate
Twisting and turning
Towering
Reaching a height above others
Fashioned
Made, built, or shaped
15 terms
language arts vocab words 5/16
aspect
advocate
credible
impact
a particular part or feature of something
to publicly recommend or support
able to be believed; convincing
to have a strong effect on something or someone
aspect
a particular part or feature of something
advocate
to publicly recommend or support
20 terms
Language arts 5.1 spelling words
ave.
blvd.
by-products
Capt.
...
...
...
...
ave.
...
blvd.
...
10 terms
Language arts 5.2 spelling words 2
calves
deer
fish
halves
cattle
elves
geese
hooves
calves
cattle
deer
elves
20 terms
Language Arts Week 5 Vocabulary Words
attendance
avoidance
annoyance
appliance
(noun) The action or state of going regularly to or being pre…
(noun) The act of avoiding or keeping away from.
(noun) The feeling of being annoyed.
(noun) A piece of equipment for the particular purpose or use.
attendance
(noun) The action or state of going regularly to or being pre…
avoidance
(noun) The act of avoiding or keeping away from.
5 terms
Word Masters 5
Super
Syn
Sym
Tri
Over... Examples: Superb, Supermodel
Together... Examples: Synonym, Synthesize
Together... Examples: Sympathy, Symphony
Three... Examples: Tricycle, Triangle
Super
Over... Examples: Superb, Supermodel
Syn
Together... Examples: Synonym, Synthesize
18 terms
Week 5 Language Arts vocabulary/academic words
Analysis
Beakers
Hollow
Identity
The examination of something in detail to draw conclusions fr…
Flat-bottomed glass containers used in laboratories
Having an empty space inside
Who or what you are or something is
Analysis
The examination of something in detail to draw conclusions fr…
Beakers
Flat-bottomed glass containers used in laboratories
9 terms
AA 5 LANGUAGE ARTS
character
introduction
comparison
subject
an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or…
Writing at the beginning of a selection that tells you what w…
The act of checking or judging how two or more things are alike
who or what the sentence is about; The young man
character
an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or…
introduction
Writing at the beginning of a selection that tells you what w…
15 terms
Vocab words/List 5- Language arts
Sub-
-Morph-
-Chron-
-Path-
Under
Form
Time
Feeling, suffering
Sub-
Under
-Morph-
Form
17 terms
Language Arts Master Set Flashcards
A-
Ab
Aero
Agri
On, in, into
Away from
Air
Field
A-
On, in, into
Ab
Away from
H Language Arts: Quack Words 5
Desiccate
Diverse
Loquacious
Maudlin
To dry out
Different
Talking a lot or too much
Wallowing in self pity
Desiccate
To dry out
Diverse
Different
110 terms
Master Language Arts Vocab Sheet
Grit (n)
Optimistic (adj)
Pessimistic (adj)
voraciously (adv)
strength of character; sticking with something
looking at the positive side
looking at the negative side of things
wanting to very much, very eager, nonstop
Grit (n)
strength of character; sticking with something
Optimistic (adj)
looking at the positive side
10 terms
adv language arts vocab words week 5
de
culp
culpable
boisterous
off, away, from (latin)
sketch or trace in outline (latin)
deserving blame (adj)
full of rough animal spirits (adj)
de
off, away, from (latin)
culp
sketch or trace in outline (latin)
30 terms
Language Arts Word/ Roots unit 5
Addendum
Aghast
Ample
Apparition
(n) A thing that is added; an appendix or addition to a book…
(adj) filled with amazement, disgust, or terror.
(adj) more than enough, large, spacious.
(n) a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appe…
Addendum
(n) A thing that is added; an appendix or addition to a book…
Aghast
(adj) filled with amazement, disgust, or terror.
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