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Vocab for the Raven

These are vocabulary words for the book The Raven

TermDefinition
Entreat To ask (a person) earnestly; beseech; implore; beg (Verb) Synonyms- pray, importune, sue
Ponder To consider something something deeply and thoroughly; meditate (verb) Synonyms- reflect, cogitate, deliberate
Quaint having an old fashioned attractiveness or charm; (adjective) Synonyms- antiqued, archaic, curious
Chamber a room, usually private in a house or apartment especially a bedroom (noun) Synonyms- alcove, antechamber, apartment
Implore to beg urgently or piteously, as for aid or mercy (verb) Synonyms- appeal, beseech, conjure
Relevancy the condition of being relevant, or connected with the matter at hand (noun) Synonyms- accordance, applicability, application
Placid pleasantly calm or peaceful; serenely, quiet or undisturbed (adjective) Synonyms- collected, composed, (adjective) Synonyms- collected, composed, easygoing
Guant extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn (adjective) Synonyms- angular, anorexic, attenuated
Ember a small live piece of coal, wood, as in a dying fire (noun) Synonyms- ash, brand, cinder
Wretch a deplorably unfortunate or unhappy person (noun) Synonyms- beggar, bezonian, blackguard
Created by: emilyborcila