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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Vocabulary Questions

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Grade 11 :: Context Clues by szeiger

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"Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by repeated injury."

The word PETITIONS most likely means...
  1. Applications for judicial action
  2. Documents with multiple signatures
  3. Formal appeals or requests
  4. Protests
Grade 11 :: Context Clues by szeiger

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"But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security."

Which choice best demonstrates the meaning of the word USURPATIONS as used in this passage...
  1. A group of students locking their teacher out of the classroom.
  2. A principal denying students the freedom to leave campus for lunch.
  3. A farmer keeping his workers from leaving the farm and restricting their access to their belongings.
  4. A CEO continuing to run a company despite being voted out by the shareholders and making decisions to hurt those shareholders.
Grade 11 :: Context Clues by szeiger

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The narrator says "had you realized the pathos of it all—you, too, would believe."
The word PATHOS most likely means...
  1. An appeal to ethics and character
  2. An appeal to logic or reason
  3. An appeal to emotion, particularly pity or sadness
  4. An appeal to time
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by KhalifahB
The word Abstain MOST NEARLY Means:
  1. 1 a : a wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction b : irritation 2 : an abraded area of the skin or mucous membrane
  2. 1. a saying often in metaphorical form that embodies a common observation 2. Motto
  3. to approach and speak to often in a challenging or aggressive way
  4. 1 : to make unfriendly, hostile, or indifferent especially where attachment formerly existed 2 : to convey or transfer (as property or a right) usually by a specific act rather than the due course of law 3 : to cause to be withdrawn or diverted
  5. 1. to refrain deliberately and often with an effort of self-denial from an action or practice. 2. Forgo
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by KhalifahB
The word Adulterated MOST NEARLY Means:
  1. corrupt, debased, impure
  2. 1. to reduce in scope : diminish 2. to shorten in duration or extent 3 to shorten by omission of words without sacrifice of sense : condense
  3. 1 : an allowance made to one spouse by the other for support pending or after legal separation or divorce 2 : the means of living : maintenance
  4. 1 : being pleasant and at ease in talking to others 2 characterized by ease and friendliness
  5. to cast off : discard : to relinquish (as sovereign power) formally
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by diana1110
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by KhalifahB
The word Acrid MOST NEARLY Means:
  1. 1 : to make unfriendly, hostile, or indifferent especially where attachment formerly existed 2 : to convey or transfer (as property or a right) usually by a specific act rather than the due course of law 3 : to cause to be withdrawn or diverted
  2. 1 : consequence, result 2 : the period immediately following a usually ruinous event
  3. 1. to reduce in scope : diminish 2. to shorten in duration or extent 3 to shorten by omission of words without sacrifice of sense : condense
  4. 1. sharp and harsh or unpleasantly pungent in taste or odor : irritating 2. deeply or violently bitter
  5. 1 : to get or fall into line 2 : to be in or come into precise adjustment or correct relative position
Grade 11 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by szeiger

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Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by sandys_class
A difference; a lack of agreement.
  1. infallible
  2. dearth
  3. discrepancy
  4. embark
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by szeiger
Genocide
  1. The killing of innocent babies
  2. The killing of people of a particular ethnic group
  3. The killing of a generation
  4. The killing of soldiers in war
Grade 11 :: Context Clues by szeiger

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Grade 11 :: Antonyms by yuliana
What is the antonym of ARROGANT?
  1. Friendly
  2. Modest
  3. Superiority
  4. Escape
Grade 11 :: Vocabulary by KhalifahB
The word Affix MOST NEARLY Means:
  1. 1 : one or more sounds or letters occurring as a bound form attached to the beginning or end of a word, base, or phrase or inserted within a word or base and serving to produce a derivative word or an inflectional form 2: appendage
  2. 1. : relieve, lessen: 2. a : to make (as suffering) more bearable b : to partially remove or correct
  3. 1.corrupt, debased, impure
  4. cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
  5. 1. something or someone gained 2. a purchase
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