"The Crucible" Act 1 vocabulary (Part 2)

Card Set Information

Author:
HPizir
ID:
194731
Filename:
"The Crucible" Act 1 vocabulary (Part 2)
Updated:
2013-01-23 15:38:09
Tags:
Crucible Act vocabulary Part
Folders:

Description:
"The Crucible" Act 1 vocabulary (Part 2)
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user HPizir on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. (Plural Noun) Something detestable; extreme disgust and hatred
    abominations
  2. (noun) courteous respectful regards for another's wishes
    deference
  3. (noun) divine guidance or care; God conceived as the power substaining and guiding human destiny; event guided by God
    providence
  4. (adjective) of, or relating to, or suggestive of a demon
    demonic
  5. (adjective) inclined to seek revenge or to cause pain/anguish
    vindictive
  6. (noun) a point advanced or maintained in a debate or argument
    contention
  7. (noun) a tremulous motion; a state of alarm or nervousness
    trepidation
  8. (adjective) useful in an inferior capacity; submissively obedient
    subservient
  9. (noun) a false charge made to injure another person's reputation
    calumy (or defamation)
  10. (past tense verb) to promise; pledge; contract; formerly enrolled in a church
    covenated
  11. (adjective) generally known or talked of
    notorious
  12. (adjective) exciting or amazement or wonder; strange, unusual, or pretenouss
    prodigious
  13. (verb) to settle a dispute after hearing and considering arguments of both sides
    arbitrate
  14. (Adjective) touching; in contact
    contigious
  15. (noun) gross injustice or wickedness or a wrong
    iniquity
  16. (noun) false or unjustified injury of the good reputation of another; slander
    defamation (or calumny)
  17. (adverb) in direct opposition; being at opposite extremes
    diametrically
  18. (noun) teaching or influencing persistently and repeatedly so as to implant or instill an idea, theory, attitude, etc.
    inculcation
  19. (noun) to whip or lash, especially for the inflication of punishment or torture
    scourge
  20. (adjective) something ecstatic or wild-like
    Dionysiac

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview