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Vindicate Clear of blame Show or prove to be right, or justified Absolve, acquit, exonerate Verb
Graft The acquisition of money, gain or advantage (particularly political advantage) by dishonest or illegal means Bribe, blackmail, corruption noun
Wrought Worked, produced or shaped by beating with a hammer, as iron or silver Made, fashioned, created verb
Bastion A projected, fortified portion of a rampart; anything seen as protecting or preserving some quality or condition Fortification, mainstay, bulwark noun
Undaunted Undismayed, not discouraged, not giving way to fear Audacious, courageous, fearless adjective
Revelation Something revealed or disclosed, especially something striking Disclosure, announcement, exposition, manifestation noun
scrutinize To examine in great detail Examine, pore over, probe, dissect verb
facetious Not meant to be taken seriously or literally; humorous Amusing, clever, comic, droll, frivolous, jocular, ludicrous adjective
Tentative Not definite or positive, unsure, uncertain; temporary or test Hesitant, provisional, speculative, testing, temporary adjective
Exasperate To irritate or provoke to a high degree, to annoy accutely Agitate, aggravate, anger, annoy, excite, gall, rankle verb
Plaintively As expressing sorrow or melancholy, Mournfully, sadly, Adverb
Strident Making or having a sharp sound; Having a shrill or irritating character Harsh, shrill, discordant, screeching, squeaky adjective
Nonplussed Utterly perplexed Confused, perplexed, at a loss, baffled adjective
Let Begin The teacher uses a ________ to post class work. a)sympathysympathy b)deliveringdelivering c)decencydecency d)bulletin boardbulletin board.
VOCABULARY Unit 5. Incident, n. Word Families : incidental(adj.) incidentally(adv.). Definition : an event or occurrence Sentence :The incident cost the.
Required incumbent. ridiculous; idiotic ludicrous.
English 111 Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level G, Unit 4 Hannah Burwell.
A Raisin in the Sun vocab. Indictment Part of speech: Noun Definition: Accusation; charge.
Vocabulary Day It’s neat. I promise.. Penchant Part of speech: Noun Sentence: Nora has a penchant for eating all the cookie dough before it’s baked Definition:
Flowers for Algernon BY: DANIEL KEYES (PAGES )
A Raisin in the Sun Vocabulary. Undistinguished Without distinction or excellence.
Unit # 1 September Verb To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser value
Lesson 30- Humor 1. buffoon 2. farce 3. irony 4. jocular 5. lampoon 6. levity 7. parody 8. raillery 9. regale 10. satirical.
Level G Unit 4 Vocabulary. ATROPHY Definition: (n.) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressive decline or failure; (v.) to waste away.
Emotions When the heart rules the mind. Fear Tense Tense Anxious Anxious Afraid Afraid Nervous Nervous Worried Worried Concerned Concerned Scared Scared.
Unit 1 ● Week 2 injury Key Words. Noun Injury means “harm or damage to a person, animal, or thing.” if you get an injury, you get hurt. You might get.
Vocab Unit 4 Book G. Atrophy (n) -Wasting away of body organ or tissue; Any progressive decline or failure. (v)-To waste away. Syn- degeneration, deterioration.
Adjective 1. Not fully worked out, concluded, or agreed on; provisional: tentative plans. 2. Uncertain; hesitant.
Zachary Scheufele AP Language Level 4 Vocabulary An etymology for language for “A Raisin In The Sun”
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Group 4A Asseverate: (v) to affirm earnestly and with emphasis Ex: asseverate their loyalty to the cause Atrophy: (n) the wasting away of a body organ.
Unrelenting Her tireless and unrelenting discipline is noticeable in her exceptional work.
LESSON 21: GOOD HUMOR HONORS ENGLISH I VOCABULARY.
FRANKLIN/ ENGLISH CRISPIN VOCABULARY. SHUN verb to avoid someone or something deliberately.
Definition: to increase the severity, to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence of (disease, ill feeling, etc.) to aggravate, irritate, or to aggravate,
12/10 Keystone – Reading & Math These exercises are about following directions primarily and foremost! MAKE SURE YOU DO THE WARM-UP IN THE CORRECT BLOCK!
English 111 Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level G, Unit 4.
Atrophy (n)(v) (n) Wasting away of tissue; (v) to waste away ** if your muscles atrophy, you can’t win a trophy.
Verb to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser value Hospitals take strict precautions to assure that nothing ___________the blood.
Vocabulary List 2 ELA POETRY TERMS. Analogy Noun A comparison between two things; a similarity between like features of two things.
It involves a threat made so that a person does an act against his will, or in order to obtain the person’s money or property It is a threat from.
CARTOON VOCABULARY Open to your Vocabulary Section.
UNIT FOUR VOCAB. 1. ATROPHY NOUN: the wasting away or decline VERB: to waste away (especially in reference to bodily organs or tissue)
Definition: To wear away the surface or some part of by friction Part of Speech: Verb.
_____________________ Definition Part of Speech (circle one) Picture Antonym (Opposite) Vocab Word Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Conjunction Verb Interjection.
The Outsiders Vocabulary. Chapters 1-2 ASSET PART OF SPEECH NOUN SYNONYMS BENEFIT ADVANTAGE a useful or valuable thing, person, or quality.
Tuck Everlasting Vocabulary 2 nd six weeks. Vocabulary: turn to Wordplay in your journal and write these words and definitions Ambled – (V) to walk.
“Of Mice and Men” Chapters 2/3 Vocabulary, ENG 10.
Humorous Vocabulary Activity th grade LA Mrs. Shelley.
Used in place of a noun pronoun pronoun. expresses an action, a condition, or a state of being verb verb.
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary Staves 1-2. Morose Adjective Sullen and ill tempered.
Commonly Confused Words. can, may Can expresses ability May expresses possibility or permission.
Vocabulary from “Gift of the Magi”. awfully Adverb In this sentence it means “very” Like “terribly” – the adjective forms mean “bad” – for example, “It.
Vocabulary List 11 Johnny Tremain: Chapters V-IX.
Modifying comparatives and superlatives (adverbs).
definition: to agree or consent to agree or consent acquiesce : verb.
Obfuscate : verb definition: to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to make obscure or unclear to make obscure or unclear to.
Adul·ter·ate verb to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser value Hospitals take strict precautions to assure that nothing adulterates.
Plot – the related series of events that make up a story Exposition- the first part of the plot that explains the background and often introduces.
HORTATORY EXPOSITION By Arina maftuhah( ) Siti kumaeroh( )
Resource re.source noun Define: a person or thing that is a source of help or support. Antonyms: unsupported, unhelpful Synonyms: opportunity, possibility,
The Crucible Vocabulary. Vengeance Definition: (noun) punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury or offense Synonym: Revenge Antonym: Forgiveness.
VOCABULARY 5 Walk Two Moons. Monday, Dec tentatively (adv) in an uncertain and hesitant manner 2. horrid (adj) extremely disagreeable; offensive.
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