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Vocab #7

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  1. 3. sentence / In spite of heavy snow and cold temperatures, the game continued.
  2. 6. / The arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language.
  3. 8. / The quality of being open to more than one interpretation; inexactness.
  4. 10. / Slavery is the ______________ of freedom.
  5. 12. symbols / Morning : purity and promise Rainbows : heralds of good fortune, heaven Thunder : God’s wrath, punishment
  6. 13. / "I looked upon the rotting sea, And drew my eyes away; I looked upon the rotting deck, And there the dead men lay."
  7. 14. / The use of successive verbal constructions in poetry or prose that correspond in grammatical structure, sound, meter, meaning, etc.
  8. 17. person narration / “It was times like these when I thought my father, who hated guns and had never been to any wars, was the bravest man who ever lived.”
  9. 18. language / "I’ve told you a million times to clean your room!"
  10. 19. / The antagonism between free labour and slave labour became the ____________ of many of his speeches.
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  1. 1. / The literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests.
  2. 2. hominem argument / "All murderers are criminals, but a thief isn’t a murderer, and so can’t be a criminal."
  3. 4. / The poetic _____________ in which the prophets clothed the doom of Babylon, like the romantic account of Herodotus
  4. 5. / “Never let a Fool Kiss You or a Kiss Fool You.”
  5. 6. / "Exactly," she said with enough _________ that he chuckled.
  6. 7. / "As one community, without distinction of class, without enmity, united by brotherly love--let us pray!" thought Natasha.
  7. 9. irony / Clear like dirt.
  8. 11. / “I know what you’re going to say…’That if they look at it properly they’ll see that it wasn’t our fault. But will they look at it properly? Of course they won’t. You know what cats they are…”
  9. 15. symbols / Object representing another to give it an entirely different meaning that is much deeper and more significant.
  10. 16. complement / The adjective, noun, or pronoun that follows a linking verb. The following verbs are true linking verbs: any form of the verb be [am, is, are, was, were, has been, are being, might have been, etc.], become, and seem. These true linking verbs are always linking verbs.