CRUCIBLE Vocabulary Practice - The Crucible Vocabulary Practice Name American Literature Honors For each of the words below go to

CRUCIBLE Vocabulary Practice - The Crucible Vocabulary...

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Name __________________________ American Literature Honors For each of the words below, go to to see the word in used in the context of The Crucible and its definition. In addition to writing sentences and create a visual image with your assigned word, please use to discover and define your assigned word’s parts. For example, the word “unassailable” would be… un (not) + ad (to) + salire (to leap) + able (capable of) Part 1 Original Sentences, Etymology Breakdown and Word Wall contributions due Friday, October 26 th ; Vocabulary Quiz on Tuesday, October 30 th 1. enrapture (Bravo) 2. lechery (Ellingsen) 3. agape (Entrup) 4. inferno (Galdi) 5. exude (Gasnick) 6. snivel (Hassell) 7. dwindle (Loo) 8. beguile (Lopez) 9. budge (Lucanie) 10. baffle (Marcopoulos) 11. guile (Meyer) 12. grapple (Nunez) 13. inert (Perez) 14. perjury (Revie) 15. conjure (Schlosser) 16. blanch (Sheridan) 17. evade (Sileo) 18. deposition (Smith) 19. compensate (Spellman) 20. purge (Tawalare) 21. calumny (J. Thompson) 22. hypocrisy (K. Thompson) Part 2 Original Sentences, Etymology Breakdown and Word Wall contributions due Friday, November 2 nd ; Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, November 7 th 1. deference (Tis) 2. apparition (von Bradsky) 3. ail (Werner) 4. contention (Bravo) 5. defer (Ellingsen) 6. prodigious (Galdi) 7. limp (Gasnick) 8. allegiance (Hassell) 9. partisan (Loo) 10. hoof (Lopez) 11. withhold (Lucanie) 12. falter (Marcopoulos) 13. deceive (Meyer) 14. fathom (Nunez) 15. faction (Perez) 16. afflict (Revie) 17. marvel (Schlosser) 18. clutch (Sheridan) 19. Marshal (Sileo) 20. manifest (Smith) 21. conviction (Spellman) 22. proceeding (Tawalare) The Crucible Vocabulary Practice

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