Vocabulary 10

English 1

Feeble (adj) - weak or frail
Inconspicuous (adj) - not readily noticeable or without causing suspicion.
Foliage (n) - leaves or plant
Articulate (adj) - using language easily and fluently, easily understood
Jubilantly (adv) - feeling or expressing great happiness/joy
Interrogate (v) - to question in an aggressive way
Simultaneous (adj) - occurring at the same time
Mausoleum (n) - large building with a tomb
Undulate (v) - to move with a smooth, wavelike motion
Rectitude (n) - righteousness for being good and moral
Cleave (v) - to cut (in half)
Perplexed (adj) - filled with uncertainty, confused, puzzled
Obstreperous (adj) - noisy and difficult to control
Cat (n) - a small, furry mammal with retractible claws
Apoplectic (adj) - overcome with anger

 

English II

Feeble (adj) - weak or frail
Inconspicuous (adj) - not readily noticeable or without causing suspicion.
Foliage (n) - leaves or plant
Articulate (adj) - using language easily and fluently, easily understood
Jubilantly (adv) - feeling or expressing great happiness/joy
Interrogate (v) - to question in an aggressive way
Simultaneous (adj) - occurring at the same time
Mausoleum (n) - large building with a tomb
Undulate (v) - to move with a smooth, wavelike motion
Rectitude (n) - righteousness for being good and moral
Cleave (v) - to cut (in half)
Perplexed (adj) - filled with uncertainty, confused, puzzled
Obstreperous (adj) - noisy and difficult to control
Vex (v) - to make someone feel annoyed or frustrated 
Apoplectic (adj) - overcome with anger


English I Honors

VOCAB 10
Articulate (adj) - using language easily and fluently, easily understood
Mausoleum (n) - large building with a tomb
Rectitude (n) - righteousness for being good and moral
Cleave (v) - to cut (in half)

Whittle (v) – to cut or carve off small shavings from wood with a knife; to remove or reduce gradually.
Despise (v) – to regard with contempt
Obviate (v) – to counter or prevent by effective measures
Preempt (v) – to take or get hold of before someone else
Ejaculate (v) – to eject, abruptly/suddenly/quickly
Pare (v) – to cut away
Romp (v) – to run, play, frolic in a carefree way
Efface (v) -- to remove or to rub out
Quell (v) – to put down with force
Requite (v) – to repay someone
Vex (v) – to annoy or to irritate