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Staar Vocab.

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Adage A condensed but memorable saying embodying an important fact.
Ad Hominem Appealing to personal considerations.
Antecedent The referent of an anaphor.
Closure Something settled or resolved.
Coherent Marked by an orderly and consistent relation of parts.
Compile Put together out of existing material.
Conjunctive A function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases.
Consult Seek information from.
Contemporary Belonging to present time.
Counterargument An opinion offered in opposition to another position.
Dialect The usage or vocabulary characteristic of a group of people.
Enunciation The articulation of speech with regards to intelligibility.
Fallacy A misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning.
Foreshadow Indicate by signs.
Formality A manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies.
Created by: Isaiah Cardenas