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English 12 ACT VI Words
sectarian
peregrination
accoutrement
contrive
narrowly confined to a particular group
travel by walking
an accessory item of dress or equipment
to plan cleverly; to devise
sectarian
narrowly confined to a particular group
peregrination
travel by walking
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English 12 Lesson 12
propensity
condescending
compunction
sepulcher
tendency
displaying superiority
uneasiness caused by guilt
tomb or burial chamber
propensity
tendency
condescending
displaying superiority
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English 12 ACT VIII Words
pander
otiose
puerile
aleatory
to exploit weaknesses of others; to cater to (provide for) th…
useless; futile;worthless
childish, immature
dependent on luck or chance
pander
to exploit weaknesses of others; to cater to (provide for) th…
otiose
useless; futile;worthless
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English 12 words
ebullience
festoon
inscrutable
gyration
the quality of lively or enthusiastic expression of thoughts…
(n.) a decorative chain of flowers, leaves, or ribbons hung i…
(adj.) incapable of being understood; impossible to see throu…
a revolving action around an axis; a whirling or spinning mot…
ebullience
the quality of lively or enthusiastic expression of thoughts…
festoon
(n.) a decorative chain of flowers, leaves, or ribbons hung i…
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English to Vietnamese 12 words
hello
good bye
I
You
xin chào
tạm biệt
Tôi
Bạn
hello
xin chào
good bye
tạm biệt
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English 12 Lesson 7
gibberish
inimical
nexus
coeval
nonsense; unintelligible speech
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
link, tie, or bond
of the same time period
gibberish
nonsense; unintelligible speech
inimical
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
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English 12 Lesson 15
prominent
autonomy
coagulate
appellation
very noticeable or obvious
independence
to change from liquid into a thickened or solid mass
name, title, or designation
prominent
very noticeable or obvious
autonomy
independence
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English 12 Lesson 9
provocative
bumpkin
toady
culpable
tending to excite or stimulate
unsophisticated, awkward person
person who flatters for personal gain
deserving blame or condemnation
provocative
tending to excite or stimulate
bumpkin
unsophisticated, awkward person
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English 12 Lesson 13
implicate
analgesic
turpitude
discretionary
to involve or connect unfavorably
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
wickedness
left to one's own judgment
implicate
to involve or connect unfavorably
analgesic
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
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English 12 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
person under the guidance of another
difficult or impossible to see
extremely infectious or poisonous
calm and unemotional
protege
person under the guidance of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to see
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English 12 Lesson 11
canard
wont
etymology
cortege
deliberately misleading story
likely
the history of a word; the study of word origins
a group of attendance; a retinue
canard
deliberately misleading story
wont
likely
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English 12 Lesson 10
majordomo
untenable
perambulate
veneer
a chief butler or assistant
impossible to defend
to walk about
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
majordomo
a chief butler or assistant
untenable
impossible to defend
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English 12 Lesson 19
transient
tremulous
fulsome
utilitarian
remaining only a short time
timid, fearful
insincere
useful; practical
transient
remaining only a short time
tremulous
timid, fearful
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English 12 Unit 2 Words
acuity
delineate
depraved
enervate
sharpness (particularly of the mind or senses)
to portray, sketch
marked by evil and corruption
to weaken or lessen
acuity
sharpness (particularly of the mind or senses)
delineate
to portray, sketch
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English 12 ACT IX Words
provocative
bumpkin
toady
culpable
tending to provoke, excite, or stimulate
an unsophisticated, awkward person
a person who flatters in the hope of gaining favors
deserving blame, worthy of condemnation; guilty
provocative
tending to provoke, excite, or stimulate
bumpkin
an unsophisticated, awkward person
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English 12 Lesson 17
depravity
attribute
congenital
discourse
moral corruption
to relate to a particular cause
natural dating from birth
discusion; a conversation
depravity
moral corruption
attribute
to relate to a particular cause
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English 12 Lesson 20
echelon
waive
serendipity
nondescript
a level of authority or responsibility
give up; to relinquish something voluntarily
a knack of making lucky discoveries by accident
lacking individual characteristics
echelon
a level of authority or responsibility
waive
give up; to relinquish something voluntarily
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English 12 Lesson 18
poignant
satiate
cumulative
exhilaration
very moving; touching
to satisfy fully
increasing
thrill
poignant
very moving; touching
satiate
to satisfy fully
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English 12 Lesson 16
trenchant
bourgeois
nascent
indefeasible
effectively keen and forceful in thought or expression
relating to the middle class
emerging; coming into existence
not capable of being undone
trenchant
effectively keen and forceful in thought or expression
bourgeois
relating to the middle class
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English 12 Lesson 4
Efficacious
Catharsis
Inundate
Revere
effective; producing the desired outcome
a release of emotional tension
to overwhelm
to regard with respect, awe, or adoration
Efficacious
effective; producing the desired outcome
Catharsis
a release of emotional tension
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English 12 Lesson 3
Scapegoat
peremptory
atelier
axiom
one who bears the blame for others
not allowing refusal or delay
an artist's or a designers workshop
a universal truth; an established rule
Scapegoat
one who bears the blame for others
peremptory
not allowing refusal or delay
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English 12 Vocab words
Avid
Brusque
Concise
Demean
Having a strong desire for to the point of greed
abrupt in manner or speech
Short and to the point
To cause a lowering of self esteem/ to lower a reputation or…
Avid
Having a strong desire for to the point of greed
Brusque
abrupt in manner or speech
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English 12 Lesson 5
Consternation
Anomaly
Vitriolic
Preamble
alarming dismay or concern
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurence
harsh in tone; bitterly critical
an introduction; a preliminary statement
Consternation
alarming dismay or concern
Anomaly
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurence
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English 12: Vocabulary #8 (Action Words)
abscond (verb)
adulterate (verb)
alienate (verb)
blaspheme (verb)
run away; usually included taking something or someone along
mix with impurities; defile
to make others unfriendly toward you; to arouse hostility or…
to speak of a sacred entity in an irreverent manner
abscond (verb)
run away; usually included taking something or someone along
adulterate (verb)
mix with impurities; defile
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English I-Word Study 12
vid
ami/amo
tract
put
see-evidence
love=amorous
pull/drag=distract
think=compute
vid
see-evidence
ami/amo
love=amorous
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english words 12
adulation
ambivalent
anomaly
avant-garde
Excessive flattery or admiration
Having mixed feelings, uncertain
deviation from what is normal
Radically new or original
adulation
Excessive flattery or admiration
ambivalent
Having mixed feelings, uncertain
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english 12 list 3
vehement
inveigh
surmise
demise
Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
(v.) to make a violent attack in words, express strong disapp…
(v.) - to guess, infer, suppose with little evidence
death; a ceasing to exist
vehement
Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
inveigh
(v.) to make a violent attack in words, express strong disapp…
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English 12 - November Words
veracity
winsome
yoke
zephyr
truthfulness
attractive or appealing in appearance or character
a wooden crosspiece that is fastened over the necks of two an…
a soft gentle breeze
veracity
truthfulness
winsome
attractive or appealing in appearance or character
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English 12 Lesson 1
Moratorium
Desiccate
Arable
camaraderie
suspension of activity
dry
suitable for cultivation of land
goodwill and rapport
Moratorium
suspension of activity
Desiccate
dry
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English 12 - October Words
fractious
inane
knell
laconic
irritable and quarrelsome
silly, devoid of intelligence
the sound of a bell, especially when rung solemnly for a deat…
using very few words
fractious
irritable and quarrelsome
inane
silly, devoid of intelligence
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English 12 Lesson 2
metamorphosis
donnybrook
nonchalant
vestige
transformation or dramatic change
a fight; an uproar
unconcerned; indifferent
a trace or evidence of something that once existed
metamorphosis
transformation or dramatic change
donnybrook
a fight; an uproar
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English 11 - SAT words #12
berate
carp
castigate
censure
to abuse or scold angrily
to find fault; to be critical
to criticize or reprimand severely in order to correct
express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typical…
berate
to abuse or scold angrily
carp
to find fault; to be critical
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Gruehn English 12 MP and 100 Words Set #8
Curate
Emulation
Encumbrance
Parsimony
(n.) Oversee; member of the clergy
(n.) effort to equal or surpass another
(n.) A burden or impediment
(n.) Frugality; Extreme stinginess
Curate
(n.) Oversee; member of the clergy
Emulation
(n.) effort to equal or surpass another
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english words january 12
You will ____ some more money
_____ he is stupid, ____ he doesn't sp…
Displayed
convince
lose
Either, or
to put something in a window so people can see it (esp. in a…
to make someone agree with you. ... "He convinced me that it wa…
You will ____ some more money
lose
_____ he is stupid, ____ he doesn't sp…
Either, or
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Gruehn English 12 Beowulf and 100 Words Set #2
assail
infallible
extoll
vehement
(v.) to attack; assault
(adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable
(v.) praised highly; exalted
(adj.) intense, forceful, powerful
assail
(v.) to attack; assault
infallible
(adj.) free from error; absolutely dependable
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Gruehn English 12 Beowulf & 100 Words Set #1
Rune
scop
pagan
oral tradition
(n) a series of Germanic alphabets developed and used from th…
(n) traveling storyteller; instrument used for visual examina…
(n) someone who believe the opposite of the accepted beliefs…
(n) culture where there is no written language -- everything…
Rune
(n) a series of Germanic alphabets developed and used from th…
scop
(n) traveling storyteller; instrument used for visual examina…
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English 12 Vocab Words
Epic
Frame Story
Meter
Rhyme
Long poem, adventure or quest
story within a story
pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Repetition of accented vowel sounds and all sounds folling th…
Epic
Long poem, adventure or quest
Frame Story
story within a story
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Gruehn English 12 MP and 100 Words Set #7
Animosity
Prodigious
Perpetual
Deference
(n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
(adj.) Continuing or enduring forever; everlasting
(n.) courteous yielding to the wishes and ideas of another pe…
Animosity
(n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility
Prodigious
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
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English 12 Vocab Words
Aberration
Abhor
Abridge
Abtruse
a straying from typical behavior
detest, hate
shorten, condense, reduce
difficult to understand, obscure
Aberration
a straying from typical behavior
Abhor
detest, hate
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English 12 ACT VII Words
gibberish
inimical
nexus
coeval
nonsense; unintelligible speech; meaningless language
hostile; unfriendly
a link, tie, or bond
of the same time period
gibberish
nonsense; unintelligible speech; meaningless language
inimical
hostile; unfriendly
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Gruehn English 12 SGGK and 100 Words Set #6
Heft
Asunder
Aloft
Uncanny
(v.) carry, lift, or weight
(v.) into separate parts or pieces
(adj.) high up, above the ground
(adj.) strange, mysterious
Heft
(v.) carry, lift, or weight
Asunder
(v.) into separate parts or pieces
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English 12 Word Roots
Astro
Auto
Biblio
Hyper
Space, stars
Self
Book
Above, beyond
Astro
Space, stars
Auto
Self
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English 12
support
disavantage
complicated
non verbal.
Advocate
an unfavorable situation that is not good
complex (phức tạp)
Gestures, posture, the presence or absence of eye contact.(ph…
support
Advocate
disavantage
an unfavorable situation that is not good
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English vocab 12 words
contradict
bipolar
depopulate
microcosm
speak in opposition
involving both poles
to empty of people
little world
contradict
speak in opposition
bipolar
involving both poles
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Gruehn English 12 Brit Lit & 100 Words Set #5
linger
steep
pert
interchange
(v.) delay fulfillment; postpone; leave slowly and hesitantly
(v.) immerse, saturate with quality
(adj.) lively, spirted
(v.) exchange or trade
linger
(v.) delay fulfillment; postpone; leave slowly and hesitantly
steep
(v.) immerse, saturate with quality
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Gruehn English 12 Am. Lit and 100 Words Set #11
Demure
Aphorism
Euphemism
Condescension
(adj.) quiet, modest, reserved (Though everyone else at the p…
(n.) A brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise obs…
(n.) An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that…
(n.) the act of talking down to someone
Demure
(adj.) quiet, modest, reserved (Though everyone else at the p…
Aphorism
(n.) A brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise obs…
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Gruehn English 12 C. Tales and 100 Words Set #3
Rote
Reckoning
Prudent
Barge
(n.) unthinking routine or repetition, a fixed or mechanical…
(n.) judgment; settlement of accounts
(adj.) exercising sound judgment; cautious
(n.) a large boat, generally flat bottomed
Rote
(n.) unthinking routine or repetition, a fixed or mechanical…
Reckoning
(n.) judgment; settlement of accounts
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Gruehn English 12 Am. Lit. and 100 Words Set #10
edifice
congenial
physiognomies
augur
(n.) building with imposing appearance or size
(adj.) of pleasant disposition; friendly or sociable
(n.) facial features, esp. when revealing of character
(v.) to predict, especially from signs or omens; to fortell
edifice
(n.) building with imposing appearance or size
congenial
(adj.) of pleasant disposition; friendly or sociable
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Gruehn English 12 C. Tales and 100 Words Set #4
Guile
Superfluity
Nutritive
Pestilence
(n.) treacherous cunning, deceit
(n.) an unnecessarily or excessively large amount or number o…
(adj.) having nourishing properties
(n.) a rapidly spreading and usually fatal disease
Guile
(n.) treacherous cunning, deceit
Superfluity
(n.) an unnecessarily or excessively large amount or number o…
14 terms
English Words 12
Tumultuous (adj)
Subterfuge (noun)
Egalitarian (adj)
Monopoly (noun)
full of riotousness, highly agitated, commotion (adj)
artifice or expedient used to evade a rule, escape consequenc…
supporting or following communism (all equal opportunities an…
exclusive control of a service, control of prices (n)
Tumultuous (adj)
full of riotousness, highly agitated, commotion (adj)
Subterfuge (noun)
artifice or expedient used to evade a rule, escape consequenc…
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