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Benevolent Definition- desiring to help others. Synonym- kind Picture-
Compassionate Definition- Granted in an emergency. Synonym- Sympathizing picture-
complimentary Definition- forming a complement. Synonym- Praising Picture-
Forthright Definition- Going straight to the point. Synonym- direct Picture-
serene Definition- Calm, Peace, or Tranquil. Synonym- calm Picture-
Sympathetic Definition- characterized by, proceeding from, exhibiting, or feeling sympathy. Synonym- affectionate Picture-
Objective Definition- something that one's efforts or actions are intended to attain or accomplish Synonym- intention Picture-
Bewildered Definition- completely puzzled or confused; perplexed. Synonym- nonplus Picture-
Condecending Definition- showing or implying a usually patronizing from dignity or superiority. Synonym- patronizing Picture-
desolate Definition- barren or laid waste Synonym- ravaged Picture-
Haughty Definition- disdainfully, proud, snobbish, scornfully,conceited. Synonym- concieted Picture-
Indignant Definition- feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base. synonym- angry Picture-
Melancholy Definition- a gloomy state of mind. Synonym- sadness Picture-
Mocking Defintion- to attack or treat with ridicule. Synonym- taunt Picture-
ominous Definition- pertending evil or harm Synonym- portentous Picture-
Pessimistic Definition- pertaining to or characterized by pessimism Synonym- pesimism Picture-
severe Definition- harsh Synonym- harsh Picture-
solemn Definition- gravely or somberly impressive
Benevolent: Definition: characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings. Synonym: generous Picture:
By Caroline Purtle Tone Words. Benevolent characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings Synonym: good, kind, humane, generous, liberal, benign,
Benevolent desiring to help others; charitable: gifts from several benevolent alumni. Synonym = kind.
Annie Tarwater Tone Words. Benevolent characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings: a benevolent attitude; her benevolent smile. good, kind,
Tone Powerpoint Emma Edwards. Benevolent Definition- characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings Synonym- Compassionate.
Benevolent characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings: a benevolent attitude; her benevolent smile. good, kind, generous.
Tone words By:breunna randle. Benevolent Intending or showing goodwill, kindly, friendly synonyms good, kind, humane, generous, liberal, benign, philanthropic,
Ryan burks Tone and Mood Words. Benevolent Showing kindness or goodwill.
Tone Words Steven Jacob ELA-5 STEM. Benevolent characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings Synonyms: caring, goodness, happiness.
Benevolent Definition: charitable, kind Synonym: generous.
Benevolent Characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings. Synonym- good, kind, humane, generous, liberal, benign, philanthropic, altruistic.
Highlight the words, thoughts, and actions of Edgar Allan Poe in one color. Highlight the words, thoughts, and actions of John Allan in a second color.
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“Repent” a change of mind; to decide to change 2 Corinthians 7:8-11 The kind of thinking that allowed participation in sinful things is the kind of thinking.
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Satire Satire is a literary genre that uses irony, wit, and sometimes sarcasm to expose humanity’s vices and foibles, giving impetus, or momentum, to.
Wordly Wise Lesson 20 adj. 1. Plenty; more than enough. 2. Large in size. ample.
My mind is spinning I’m all confused I’m feeling sad and afraid And kind of angry, too.
Bell Ringer Complete the Main Idea Comprehension sheet on the table. Reread and review your answers.
Vocabulary. Adherence Apprehension Awed Bewildered Chastisement Gravitating Nondescript Nurturer Rarity Transgression.
Tone and words By: Dalton Easterling. Anxious Definition- Uneasy and apprehensive about an uncertain event or matter; worried. Synonym- Butterflies.
The Crucible Vocabulary. Vengeance Definition: (noun) punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury or offense Synonym: Revenge Antonym: Forgiveness.
English 11 Honors. (verb) to ridicule; to mock Synonym: scorn.
Vocabulary 1. Word 1: Elusive (adjective) Def 1: Difficult to capture Def 2: Difficult to understand Def 3: Difficult to isolate or identify.
EXPLORING EMOTIONS. What kind of emotion do you see? Why do you think this kind emotion is showing? How do you think they feel right now? What do you.
Lesson #9 Vocabulary blighted—v. spoiled, harmed, or destroyed incomprehensible—adj. not able to be understood; not intelligible serene—adj. calm, peaceful.
THIS IS With Host... Your Column A POS Column B Definition Column C Sentence Column D Word Column E Synonym Column F Antonym.
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Satire. Definition of Satire: “makes fun” of its subject through the use of techniques such as reversal, exaggeration, incongruity, and parody human or.
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SATIRE Phillips English 10. SATIRE Satire is a literary genre that uses irony, wit, and sometimes sarcasm to expose humanity’s vices and foibles, giving.
LOOK IT UP! 1. Using your smart phone, or partnering with someone near you who has one, look up the word Satire. 2. Once you have found a definition-
Wordpieces th English Mrs. Rogers. ben Well; good Well; good.
Note: Today’s warm-up is in paragraph form, but you can title it 3A. The names themselves are spelled correctly. Also, the punctuation within and around.
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A type of communication in which the focus is the needs of all involved. The process allows us to step back and observe without making judgment
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