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Vocabulary English II Honors Unit 5
Altruistic: unselfish, selfless The group was altruistic with their ‘feed the poor’ program.
Assent: agree, concur The police must assent to the demands of the robber in order to save his life.
Benefactor: one who does good The politician became a benefactor to the city when he wanted their votes.
Chivalrous: courteous and courageous A chivalrous man opens the door for his date.
Clemency: leniency, mercy Because it was his first offence, the judge showed clemency in his sentencing.
Dearth: insufficiency, scarcity As the winter grew colder, it seemed that there was a dearth in the food supply.
Diffident: shy, timid, bashful The greatest difficulty for a diffident person is to perform in front of others.
Discrepancy: inconsistency There was a discrepancy between the teacher’s story and what the student had said.
Embark: begin, launch The team was to embark on a voyage through Canada.
Facile: easily done or attained Last year’s vocabulary words seem facile compared to this year’s.
Indomitable: unconquerable, invincible During the whole race, her strength seemed indomitable.
Infallible: free from error, perfect To win the prize, one must have an infallible record of truthfulness.
Plod: trudge, to walk heavily It is easier to plod through the thick snow than to drag your feet.
Pungent: stinging, biting, sharp The pungent smell of onions can cause one’s eyes to water while cutting them.
Remiss: neglectful, negligence If you remiss in doing your chore’s now, you must do twice as much later.
Repose: rest, sleep After the long journey, a brief repose was requested before going back home.
Temerity: boldness, audacity It would take great temerity to talk back to the principal.
Truculent: belligerent, aggressive, harsh The truculent lawyer gave a fiery speech to preserve his client’s innocence.
Unfeigned: sincere, genuine, heartfelt He had an unfeigned love for his girlfriend.
Virulent: hateful, spiteful, poisonous She posed a virulent appeal to the courts.
Vocabulary Unit 5. Altruistic The group was altruistic with their ‘feed the poor’ program.
Unselfish, selfless altruistic. hateful, spiteful, poisonous virulent.
Group 5A Altruistic: (adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Ex: an altruistic program to help the poor Assent: (v) to express agreement.
November 26, 2012 Get your paper ready for Unit 5 vocabulary. WordDefinition/synonymPicture/sentence Altruistic Assent Benefactor Chivalrous Clemency Dearth.
By: Braylon and Anna 7 th Period. ALTRUISTIC ASSENT BENEFACTOR CHIVALROUS CLEMENCY DEARTH DIFFIDENT DISCREPANCY EMBARK FACILE INDOMITABLE INFALLIBLE PLOD.
Altruistic Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Shakespeare's Banquo is the antithesis of Macbeth; he is truly altruistic.
Altruistic Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Shakespeare's Banquo is the antithesis (opposite) of Macbeth; he is truly altruistic.
Vocabulary Level F Unit 5. altruistic (adjective) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others.
Theme: The Incredibles The Incredibles. The Incredibles fight crime for altruistic reasons: they do it because they wish to help people, not receive money.
VOCABULARY UNIT 5 Level E. Altruistic Altruistic (Adj.) Unselfish, concerned about others.
Altruistic person(adj.) A fire-fighter must be altruistic (selfless) to put herself in danger to protect others.
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Vocabulary Unit 5, Part 1. Altruistic (adj): unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Because he had spent his youth on the streets, dependent.
Unit 5-B Vocab Review. indomitable (adj) unconquerable, unbeatable The political activist, Mahatma Ghandi, had indomitable courage in his non-violent.
1). diffident (adj) shy, lacking self-confidence, modest, reserved Though his appearance was grotesquely comical, the young man was not diffident as he.
Indomitable (adj) unconquerable, refusing to yield Dr. Martin Luther King Junior had an indomitable spirit and never gave up his crusade for civil rights.
Freshmen English. Unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others Synonyms: selfless Antonyms: selfish, self-centered Pronunciation.
Altruistic (adj) – unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others In Divergent, the point of being in the Abnegation faction was to live an altruistic.
Vocabulary Unit 5Word Part(s) of speech with definition for each Synonyms Antonyms A picture or sentence to help you remember what the word means and how.
VOCABULARY – LEVEL E Unit 5. altruistic DEF = (adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others SYN = selfless ANT = selfish, self-centered WORD.
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NEXT Antonym 2 W.A. 1 W. A. 2 Roots Antonym Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six.
Expunge (vb.) To erase, obliterate, destroy The criminal tried to expunge all the incriminating evidence before the police arrived.
UNIT 3 VOCABULARY. DEFTLY POS: ADV Definition – carefully S The mother deftly handled her child with care. Synonyms: finely, beautifully, skillfully,
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Expunge (vb.) (= to prick) To erase, obliterate, destroy The criminal tried to expunge all the incriminating evidence before the police arrived.
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Caught Ya’ Vocabulary Unit 5. Period One 1.As we were in the museum we plod through the exhibits. 2.Some artist’s have truculent jobs, and get injured.
What should she have said?. What is the ideal acceptance speech? At last weekends BRIT awards, Adele was unhappy that her acceptance speech was cut short.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
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Definition: to criticize or scold harshly Derivatives: berates, berated, berating Sentence: It is unpleasant for the prison guard to berate an inmate.
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