Vocabulary 18

English 1 Standard

Incite (v) - to urge to act; to provoke
Lament (v) - to express sadness
Antiquated (adj) - old fashioned
Posthumously (adv) - occurring after death
Splendid (adj) - gorgeous, magnificent, wonderful
Transgression (n) - violation of law
Superfluous (adj) - unnecessary  
Reprieve (n) - a postponement of punishment, temporary relief
Affix (v) - to fasten or to attach
Dubious (adj.) - doubtful

English I Honors

3A

Introverted (adj) - a person who prefers solitary activities as opposed to interacting with large groups of people
Impeccable (adj) - faultless, without blemishes
Ambiguous (adj) - open to interpretation of meaning
Junketeer (v) - to go on an outing especially on the government or another's expense
Agglomerate (v) - to collect or gather into a cluster or mass
Matriculate (v) - to enroll in a school as a candidate for a degree
Hemoglobin (n) - the protein in red blood cells
Wholeheartedly (adv) - in a way that intensely enjoys or approves
Gleefully (adv) - in a way that's full of joy, merriment, and delight   
Idiosyncrasy (n) - a structural or behavioral trait particular to an individual or group
3B
Odious (adj) - extremely unpleasant, repulsive
Extravagant (adj) - over the top
Iridescent (adj) - showing luminous colors, "glowy"
Agglomerate (v) - to collect or gather into a cluster or mass
Accuse (v) - to question a person of doing something
Menace (v) - to threaten in a hostile manner   
Cautiously (adv) - to do in a careful manner
Beetroot (n) - the taproot portion of a beet root
Begrudgingly  (adv) - in a way that envies or resents the pleasure or good fortune of someone
Idiosyncrasy (n) - a structural or behavioral trait particular to an individual or group