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BELLICOSE Favoring or inclined to start quarrels or wars
OPPROBRIUM 1- Something that brings disgrace 2- Public disgrace or ill fame that follows from conduct considered grossly wrong or vicious Function: noun
ALTRUISM unselfish regard for or devotion to the welfare of others
APLOMB complete and confident composure or self-assurance : poise
PEREGRINATE to travel especially on foot
IMMODERATE Adj.: extreme, excessive
JUXTAPOSE Verb: to place side by side
OMPHALOSKEPSIS Noun: contemplation of one's navel as an aid to meditation; also : indisposition to motion, exertion, or change
SUCCOR \SUH-kuhr\, Noun 1. Aid; help; assistance; especially, assistance that relieves and delivers from difficulty, want, or distress. 2. The person or thing that brings relief.
FARRAGO \fa-RAH-go\, Noun 1. a confused mixture : HODGEPODGE
BEWITCHMENT Noun 1 a : the act or power of bewitching b : a spell that bewitches 2 : the state of being bewitched
TOOTHSOME Adjective 1 : agreeable, attractive 2 : of palatable flavor and pleasing texture : delicious
HOMERIC Adjective 1: of, relating to, or characteristic of the Greek poet Homer, his age, or his writings 2: of epic proportions : HEROIC
TRANSMOGRIFY verb to change or alter greatly and often with grotesque or humorous effect
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
Epic Vocabulary 19 terms. Epic Long story told in poetry relates the great deeds of a larger-than-life hero who embodies the values of a particular society.
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Vocabulary Unit Two. Ameliorate Verb To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.
The Roots of –onym- and –nomin- Mrs. Bruschetti’s 9 th Gifted.
ASSIST(verb) To assist means to help.. Capture (noun) or ( verb) Noun: Capture is the act of catching something Verb: capture means to take by force.
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Take 14 notecards. graph bio auto man, manu, mani ped-Greek ped-Latin ambi hyper grotesque regaled fickle inoffensive comely infer.
Vocabulary #29 -ped- (Latin root) “foot” related to the Greek “pod-” and “pous” Also Greek root meaning “child”
Today’s Standard Sentence Structure 1.2 Identify and use parallelism, including similar grammatical forms, in all written discourse to present items in.
Helping Hand The relief agency helped people through many kinds of ______.
Vocabulary: The Great Gatsby Chapters 1 and 2 You are responsible for the following: Parts of speech definition a synonym correct usage in a sentence for.
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tion ing tion ity ed Adjective Able to move quickly and easily Mentally alert; sharp.
Jumpstart Write 2 sentences about amendments made to the constitution using an adjective clause in each Take out vocab sentences to turn in (last week’s.
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Piteous Adjective Deserving or arousing pity Succor Noun Help or assistance, especially in a time of need or difficulty.
Vocabulary 1. Word 1: Triumphant adjective, Triumphantly adverb Definition: Great achievement or success Sentence: Joe ran triumphantly around the school.
Word of the Day Week of August 3, 2015 Relentless (adj) remaining strict or determined Sentence: The students were relentless in pursuit of good grades.
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary Staves 1-2. Morose Adjective Sullen and ill tempered.
Revolution Is Not a Dinner Party Chapters 7-9 Vocabulary.
Lesson 16- The Roots –onym- and – nomin- 1. anonymous 2. cognomen 3. denomination 4. homonym 5. ignominy 6. metonym 7. misnomer 8. nomenclature 9. nominal.
Tolerance noun the ability to understand or accept the views, beliefs, and practices of others that differ from your own synonyms: sensitivity open-mindedness.
annex – jovial annex verb incorporate into a country or state the territory of another country or state synonyms: conquer; seize Germany lost World.
Quiz will be next WEDNESDAY October 15, Verb - To become weaker; to decrease. ◦ The speaker waited until the applause had abated before continuing.
English 11. What do you already know? 1. Turn to pg. 55 in your vocabulary book 2. Write on the back of your study guide # Read each sentence 4.
Unit #24 Tip of the week— To pluralize a noun ending in y preceded by a vowel, just add –s.
The Epic Poem. A long, narrative poem that celebrates a hero’s deeds –Came into existence as spoken words and were retold by poet after poet from one.
Vocabulary Practice Our mother's illness ________ us. Bifocals a) membermember b) trusttrust c) concernsconcerns.
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Unit Four Week One Vocabulary. Acclaim 1. The young rapper performed his first show in Los Angeles to great acclaim. 2. The newspaper acclaimed the rock.
Very little is known about Homer. It is believed that he was born in Asia Minor in the 8 th Century BC and that he was blind. Scholars have disputed.
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A Pattern for Prayer Matthew 6: Prayer Expresses Our Devotion.
Neoclassicism Literary style that prevailed throughout the Restoration (of the monarchy) and Enlightenment (also known as the Age of Reason)
List 24. Root words= sum, sullen, strive Prefixes= ad-movement Suffixes= it-state/condition, y- made up of, age-action or process.
Vocabulary Unit 7. Epicure (n) A person who is devoted to luxury (anything that brings happiness) Synonyms: connoisseur.
We Are the World. Delineated to trace the outline of; sketch or trace in outline; represent pictorially: He delineated the state of Texas on the map with.
Frequently Misspelled Words List #2. Frequently Misspelled Words Each word on this list will contain a base word and a suffix. Look for the base words.
Unit 2!!! Level F. Ameliorate (v) to improve or make better Clue: Amelia Earhart ameliorated the negativity people had about women in aviation.
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