Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl Vocabulary Flashcards

Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl Vocabulary Flashcards
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Coquette
A flirtatious female who seeks the favor of men in order to get what she wants.
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Tumultuous
A disorderly and crazy atmosphere, often with loud noises and busy activities.
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Quarrel
A squabble or fight, usually a small verbal disagreement.
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Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl
The personal journal of a young Jewish girl who hid from the Nazis for two years during World War II. Her diary was published after her death by her father.
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The Holocaust
The systematic killing of millions of Jews, homosexuals, Communists, the mentally and physically ill, and others during the Nazi occupation of Germany and parts of Europe from 1933-1945.
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Pedantic
To be fixated on small and seemingly unimportant things or problems.
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Clandestine
Performing an act in a quiet, sneaky, and secretive manner.
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Fatalistic
The belief that life is controlled by fate, and certain things are out of your control.
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Capitulate
To give in, or stop struggling against someone or something.
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Confide
To trust personal ideas and emotions with someone who will not betray your trust.
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Although she was a young teenager when she wrote in her diary, Anne Frank was a very bright and sophisticated young lady with an impressive vocabulary. This flashcard set will help you learn some of the more difficult language that Anne used in her musings. You will learn definitions for words such as insolent, despondent, and coquette. Not only will you be able to learn some wonderful new words, you will also get a closer peek into the brilliant mind of a young girl living through The Holocaust.

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Confide
To trust personal ideas and emotions with someone who will not betray your trust.
Capitulate
To give in, or stop struggling against someone or something.
Fatalistic
The belief that life is controlled by fate, and certain things are out of your control.
Clandestine
Performing an act in a quiet, sneaky, and secretive manner.
Pedantic
To be fixated on small and seemingly unimportant things or problems.
The Holocaust
The systematic killing of millions of Jews, homosexuals, Communists, the mentally and physically ill, and others during the Nazi occupation of Germany and parts of Europe from 1933-1945.
Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl
The personal journal of a young Jewish girl who hid from the Nazis for two years during World War II. Her diary was published after her death by her father.
Quarrel
A squabble or fight, usually a small verbal disagreement.
Tumultuous
A disorderly and crazy atmosphere, often with loud noises and busy activities.
Coquette
A flirtatious female who seeks the favor of men in order to get what she wants.
Tirade
An angry and forceful speech about something, often done in a loud and continuous manner.
Diligent
To not give up on a task at hand, to be a hard and methodical worker.
Indignant
To feel justifiably upset about something that feels unfair, a righteous anger.
Despondent
To feel very low and upset as if nothing will improve, having no hope.
Rambunctious
To have a lot of energy and desire to play.
Magnanimous
To be giving and very kind hearted.
Liberate
To set someone or something free.
Insolent
To respond in a mean, disrespectful, and inappropriate manner.
Contingent
A mass of people with the same task at hand.
Anne Frank
Author of Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl, this brilliant young Jewish girl hid from the Nazis for two years with her family in an attic in Amsterdam.

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