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Claiming beliefs that one does not really possess or follow; falseness. Stop smoking; it’s bad. Hypocrisy (noun). Hypocritical (adj) Hypocritically (adv) Hypocrite (noun). To understand, to comprehend. Fathom (verb). Understood, but not clearly stated or written. Implicit (adj). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Language arts 9 Semester 2 vocabulary review

Claiming beliefs that one does not really possess or follow; falseness

Stop smoking; its bad.Hypocrisy (noun)Hypocritical (adj)Hypocritically (adv)Hypocrite (noun)

To understand, to comprehend

Fathom (verb)Understood, but not clearly stated or written

Implicit (adj)ImplicitlySomeone blamed for the faults of others

Scapegoat (noun)Stubbornly unyielding; wont surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.

Adamant (adj)Adamantly (adv)Occurring at just the right time

Opportune (adj)Opportunely (adv)Opportunity (noun)Guilt and regret

Remorse (noun)Remorseful (adj)Remorsefully (adv)Unable to be fixed

Irreparable (adj)Irreparably (adv)To banish or exclude someone from a group

Ostracize (verb)Ostracism (noun)ostracizing (adj)Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic

Cynical (adj)Cynically (adv)Someone or something that takes and takes without giving in return

Parasite (noun)Parasitic (adj)Parasitically (adv)Directly stated, spelled out clear

I want to break up.I love you with all my heart, Darling.Explicit (adj)Explicitly (adv)To slowly weaken by wearing away at something or someone

Undermine (verb)undermining (adj)

Easily tricked

Gullible (adj)Gullibly (adv)Short, but clearly understandable

To brief, vote for me; Im great!Succinct (adj)Succinctly (adv)The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.

Irony (noun)Ironic (adj)Ironically (adv)To feel a deep, brewing anger

Seethe (verb)Sadness, gloom, depression

Melancholy (noun)Melancholy (adj)Based on morals/values; acting on what is right

Ethical (adj)Ethically (adv)Ethics (noun)Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive

liarsWanton (adj.)Wantonly (adverb)Wantonness (noun)To agree with

Concur (verb)Deliberate, on purpose, without hiding, obvious

Blatant (adj)Blatantly (adv)The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail

Antagonist (noun)Antagonistic (adj)Antagonistically(adv)

Foreshadows something bad is going to happen

Ominous (adj)ominously (adv)Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values

Integrity (noun)What matters to a person regardless of consequences or what others think

Prerogative (noun)Who the story is about; the one we want to win

Protagonist (noun)Super freaked out; upset

Distraught (adj)Distraughtly(adv)Claiming beliefs that one does not really possess or follow; falsenessHypocrisy (noun)Hypocritical (adj)Hypocritically (adv)Hypocrite (noun)

To understand, to comprehend

Fathom (verb)Understood, but not clearly stated or writtenImplicit (adj)ImplicitlyDeliberate, on purpose, without hiding, obviousBlatant (adj)Blatantly (adv)The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to failAntagonist (noun)Antagonistic (adj)Antagonistically(adv)

Unable to be fixedIrreparable (adj)Irreparably (adv)To banish or exclude someone from a groupOstracize (verb)Ostracism (noun)ostracizing (adj)Foreshadows something bad is going to happenOminous (adj)ominously (adv)Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or valuesIntegrity (noun)Someone blamed for the faults of othersScapegoat (noun)Stubbornly unyielding; wont surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.Adamant (adj)Adamantly (adv)Occurring at just the right timeOpportune (adj)Opportunely (adv)Opportunity (noun)Guilt and regretRemorse (noun)Remorseful (adj)Remorsefully (adv)Doubting, distrustful, pessimisticCynical (adj)Cynically (adv)Someone or something that takes and takes without giving in returnParasite (noun)Parasitic (adj)Parasitically (adv)Undermine (verb)undermining (adj)

Easily trickedGullible (adj)Gullibly (adv)Short, but clearly understandableSuccinct (adj)Succinctly (adv)The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.Irony (noun)Ironic (adj)Ironically (adv)To feel a deep, brewing angerSeethe (verb)Sadness, gloom, depressionMelancholy (noun)Melancholy (adj)Directly stated, spelled out clearExplicit (adj)Explicitly (adv)Based on morals/values; acting on what is rightEthical (adj)Ethically (adv)Ethics (noun)Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessiveWanton (adj.)Wantonly (adverb)Wantonness (noun)To agree with

Concur (verb)What matters to a person regardless of consequences or what others thinkPrerogative (noun)Who the story is about; the one we want to winProtagonist (noun)Super freaked out; upsetDistraught (adj)Distraughtly(adv)