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50 Cards in this Set

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Zealously
Determination to do something for someone
deprave
morally wrong or incorrect
Amicable
Friendly
Imprudent
careless, without much thought
scurrilous
an obvious attack, abuse
apparition
something remarkable or startling
Unsavory
tasteless, unpleasant
Consternation
sudden, amazement or dread that results in confusion
Pacifist
A person who does not believe in war and fighting
immense
huge or enormous
Character foil
when one character resembles another in a way that illuminates the trait of that other character
Rake
a person who is morally or sexually unrestrained
nonchalant
unexcited, not concerned, casual
sacrilegious
violation or abuse of anything considered sacred
inane
lacking intelligent thought, senseless, foolish
psychic
outside of scientific knowledge; Of or relating to the human mind
Ostracized
To be excluded as a way of punishment
Torso
something incomplete or mutilated
unscrupulous
not scrupulous; unrestrained by scruples; conscienceless; unprincipled
rile
to irritate or to vex
Provacative
tending or serving to provoke; inciting, stimulating, irritating, or vexing
blase
having the sensibilities deadened by excess or frequency of enjoyment
indiscretion
a petty misdeed: the trait of being injudicious
appease
to lesson
precarious
dangerous, unsafe
capricious
sudden, emotioal action, unpredictable
pall
to become pale
paradox
can't be true when you first see it
irony
opposite of what you expect it to be
tone
authors attitude towards the subject
point of view
through who's telling the story
1st person narration
I
motif
image taht repeats
diction
word choice
metaphor
analogy.. is a..
point of view
through who's telling the story
1st person narration
I
motif
image taht repeats
diction
word choice
point of view
through who's telling the story
metaphor
analogy.. is a..
1st person narration
I
motif
image taht repeats
diction
word choice
metaphor
analogy.. is a..
point of view
through who's telling the story
1st person narration
I
motif
image taht repeats
diction
word choice
metaphor
analogy.. is a..