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DO NOW. Number 1-15. Write the vocabulary words on your page and then write the correct answer on the margin. IF you have mastered these words, then GOOD FOR YOU! (ONLY 100% or 14/15 EXEMPTS YOU from QUIZ.) You will complete a FRAYER model for the 4 most difficult words. 1. Abject .

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do now
DO NOW
  • Number 1-15. Write the vocabulary words on your page and then write the correct answer on the margin.
  • IF you have mastered these words, then GOOD FOR YOU! (ONLY 100% or 14/15 EXEMPTS YOU from QUIZ.)
  • You will complete a FRAYER model for the 4 most difficult words
1 abject
1. Abject
  • extremely bad, unpleasant and degrading
  • Wealthy, successful
  • Cowardly, avoids difficult situations.
  • Disparate
2 archetype
2. archetype
  • Typical example of a certain person or thing.
  • Protagonist, a main character in a novel
  • The antagonist, or the evil character.
  • A personality trait of a character
3 articulation
3. articulation
  • Process of putting ideas together
  • Explanation of a difficult concept
  • Formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech.
  • Speaking in slang, common dialect
4 demise
4. demise
  • A person’s birth
  • A person’s rebirth, or baptism
  • A person’s death
  • A person’s emotional state of being.
5 eclectic
5. eclectic
  • Understanding personality and inclusive
  • An odd, quirky sense of speech
  • An effervescent personality.
  • Deriving ideas, or style from a diverse range of sources.
6 incongruity
6. incongruity
  • State of being unsuitable, or inappropriate
  • Unrivaled and unparalleled
  • Unique and diverse sense of style
  • Perfectly in place, commonplace.
7 incorrigible
7. incorrigible
  • Noble and worthy cause
  • Unable to correct, improve or reform.
  • Difficult to define, or to understand.
  • Eager and assertive
8 ostensible
8 ostensible
  • Authentic, honest
  • Unclear, vague
  • Appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.
  • Mean, sinister and sarcastic
9 philosophical
9. philosophical
  • universal questions posed by a doctor.
  • In search of experiments
  • study of religious beliefs
  • Of or relating to the fundamental nature of knowledge and existence.
10 predilection
10. predilection
  • bias in favor of something.
  • Aversion to a type of food, or idea.
  • Pet peeve, something that annoys you.
  • Determined by previous experiences.
11 propensity
11. propensity
  • Energetic personality and activity
  • Tendency to behave in a particular way
  • Fear of the unknown possibility awaiting
  • Predestined behaviors
12 sacrilege
12. sacrilege
  • To promote a particular viewpoint
  • a violation of someone’s personal space
  • Proclamation of belief
  • Violation of what is sacred
13 tenuous
13. tenuous
  • very weak or slight
  • Strong and resilient
  • Overbearing and worried.
  • A Risky opportunity
14 trajectory
14. trajectory
  • Path described by a projectile flying
  • The projected distance between two objects
  • A predetermined destiny
  • Moving objects
15 usury
15. usury
  • annual tax rates
  • Illegal contract on a home purchase
  • Illegal action or practice of lending money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
  • Sensation that you are being used, or duped into purchasing something you cannot afford.
1 abject1
1. Abject
  • extremely bad, unpleasant and degrading
  • Wealthy, successful
  • Cowardly, avoids difficult situations.
  • Disparate
2 archetype1
2. archetype
  • Typical example of a certain person or thing.
  • Protagonist, a main character in a novel
  • The antagonist, or the evil character.
  • A personality trait of a character
3 articulation1
3. articulation
  • Process of putting ideas together
  • Explanation of a difficult concept
  • Formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech.
  • Speaking in slang, common dialect
4 demise1
4. demise
  • A person’s birth
  • A person’s rebirth, or baptism
  • A person’s death
  • A person’s emotional state of being.
5 eclectic1
5. eclectic
  • Understanding personality and inclusive
  • An odd, quirky sense of speech
  • An effervescent personality.
  • Deriving ideas, or style from a diverse range of sources.
6 incongruity1
6. incongruity
  • State of being unsuitable, or inappropriate
  • Unrivaled and unparalleled
  • Unique and diverse sense of style
  • Perfectly in place, commonplace.
7 incorrigible1
7. incorrigible
  • Noble and worthy cause
  • Unable to correct, improve or reform.
  • Difficult to define, or to understand.
  • Eager and assertive
8 ostensible1
8 ostensible
  • Authentic, honest
  • Unclear, vague
  • Appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.
  • Mean, sinister and sarcastic
9 philosophical1
9. philosophical
  • universal questions posed by a doctor.
  • In search of experiments
  • study of religious beliefs
  • Of or relating to the fundamental nature of knowledge and existence.
10 predilection1
10. predilection
  • bias in favor of something.
  • Aversion to a type of food, or idea.
  • Pet peeve, something that annoys you.
  • Determined by previous experiences.
11 propensity1
11. propensity
  • Energetic personality and activity
  • Tendency to behave in a particular way
  • Fear of the unknown possibility awaiting
  • Predestined behaviors
12 sacrilege1
12. sacrilege
  • To promote a particular viewpoint
  • a violation of someone’s personal space
  • Proclamation of belief
  • Violation of what is sacred
13 tenuous1
13. tenuous
  • very weak or slight
  • Strong and resilient
  • Overbearing and worried.
  • A Risky opportunity
14 trajectory1
14. trajectory
  • Path described by a projectile flying
  • The projected distance between two objects
  • A predetermined destiny
  • Moving objects
15 usury1
15. usury
  • annual tax rates
  • Illegal contract on a home purchase
  • Illegal action or practice of lending money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
  • Sensation that you are being used, or duped into purchasing something you cannot afford.