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Vocab Log - Akhil Marupudi Mrs Madeley English II...

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Akhil Marupudi Mrs. Madeley English II Pre-AP-7th 2 October 2018 Vocabulary Log 1. A. Edict (noun) - Night B. “First edict : Jews were prohibited from leaving their residences for three days, under penalty of death” (Wiesel 10). C. a proclamation having the force of law D. order, command E. no connection 2. A. Fraught (adjective) - Night B. “Maimonides tells us that one must be thirty before venturing into the world of mysticism, a word fraught with peril” (Wiesel 4). C. full of or accompanied by something specified D.causing or characterized by emotional distress or tension E. no connection 3. A. Gnaw (verb) - Night B. “Remorse began to gnaw at me” (Wiesel 39). C. to be a source of vexation D.to bite or chew on with the teeth E. no connection
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4. A. Eluded (verb) - Night B. “You have already eluded the worst danger: the selection” (Wiesel 41). C. to avoid adroitly D.to escape the perception, understanding, or grasp of E. no connection 5. A. Cynical (adjective) - Night B. “Juliek, a Pole with eyeglasses and a cynical smile in a pale face” (Wiesel 49). C. contemptuously distrustful of human nature and motives D. based on or reflecting a belief that human conduct is motivated primarily by self- interest E. no connection 6. A. Knell (noun) - Night B. “The death knell ” (Wiesel 84). C. a stroke or sound of a bell especially when rung slowly D. an indication of the end or the failure of something E. no connection 7. A. Multitudinous (adjective) - The Scarlet Letter B. “The pavement round about the above-described edifice—which we may as well name at once as the Custom-House of the port—has grass enough growing in its chinks to show that it has not, of late days, been worn by any multitudinous resort of business”(Hawthorne 10).
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