Harry Potter Homework

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So today in AP English, my teacher assigned us 68 vocabulary words that we need to commit to our brains. Our first activity to help us understand the definitions was to separate the different words into categories of our choosing. Naturally, I decided to relate the words to some Harry Potter characters.

I had a little bit of trouble with deciding where to fit some of these words, so some of them are placed kinda awkwardly. If you don’t know the definitions, try looking them up; this is the perfect opportunity to learn new words that pertain to some of our favorite fictional characters. Enjoy!

Dobby
-affable
-obsequious
-poignant
-wistful

Dumbledore
-bombastic
-erudite
-facetious
-iconoclastic
-nostalgic
-sentimental
-turgid

Fred & George
-contemptuous
-disingenuous (towards Umbridge)
-irreverent

Goyle & Crabbe
-languid
-pedestrian

Hermione
-ebullient
-effusive
-obdurate
-pedantic
-pragmatic
-precocious

Hufflepuffs
-impartial
-indifferent
-prosaic

Lavender Brown
-saccharine

Malfoy
-dogmatic
-grandiose
-haughty
-pretentious
-sanctimonious
-sophomoric
-supercilious

McGonagall
-admonitory
-clinical
-didactic
-frank
-lucid
-moralistic

Moaning Myrtle
-melancholy
-plaintive
-vociferous
-whimsical

Neville
-confused
-flippant

Professor Binns (History of Magic Ghost)
-insipid

Snape
-acerbic
-biased
-brusque
-caustic
-contentious
-cynical
-disdainful
-disparaging
-enigmatic
-indignant
-insolent
-patronizing
-ribald
-sardonic
-somber

Trealwaney
-pithy

Voldemort
-condescending
-despotic
-dictatorial
-imperious

I hope you guys enjoyed this list! Are there any changes you might make to it?
Miaxx

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