Vocabulary 3

English 1 standard
Pacifist (n) - someone who is against war and violence
Nemesis (n) - an opponent that cannot be beaten
Assail (v) - to attack violently
Demise (n) - death; the end
Petulant (adj) - childish, sulky, bad-tempered
Rebuke (v) - to criticize
Vanquish (v) - to defeat someone in battle
Romp (v) – to play in a carefree manner
Emphatic (adj) – forceful, insistent
Blemish (n) – a defect or flaw
Revoke (v) – to take away
Fallacy (n) – a false idea
Wary (adj) - watchful; cautious
Rouse (v) - to awaken
Inane (adj) - pointless; silly


English 1 honors
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
credence (n) - belief, trust
impassive (adj) - revealing no emotion; expressionless
indignation (n) - anger caused by something mean or unjust
din (n) - loud, confused noise
indifferent (adj) - having no particular interest or concern
disparage (v) - to put down, to belittle
paltry (adj) - insignificant, almost worthless
indulgence (n) - a giving in to someone's wishes or desires
candid (adj) - blunt, frank, straightforward
convention (n) - a social custom or norm

 
English 2
Quaint (adj) – minimalistic or simple
Unanimous (adj) – altogether, “everyone,” all-agreed upon
Jovial (adj) – cheerful and spirited 
Asylum (n) – holding facility for mentally unstable individuals; status of safety granted by a sovereign nation
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
Romp (v) – to play in a carefree manner
Emphatic (adj) – forceful, insistent
Blemish (n) – a defect or flaw
Revoke (v) – to take away
Fallacy (n) – a false idea
Malevolent (adj) - evil