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This is the vocab list with definitions from pride and prejudice. good luck.

compassion

sympathetic feeling

caprice

sudden whim or fancy

solace

to comfort during grief

fortnight

two weeks

emphatic

uttered with emphasis

tumult

violent uproar

conjecture

opinion found on insuffient guess

ingenious

clever or smart

surmise

to conjecture, presume, suppose

ascertain

to learn with certainity

fastidious

overly difficult to please

candour

frankness or outspokeness

ostentation

pretentious or conspicuous show, trying to impress

piqued

to irritate arouse or provoke

synonymously

having the same meaning

intolerable

excessive

impertinent

irrelevant, rude or insolent

endeavor

try or attempt

felitcity

great happiness

pedantic

insist on petty details of things they know

indignation

anger or aroused by something unjust

gallant

polite or attentive to women, brave

inducement

to persuade into action

insipidity

lacking taste or flavor, dull or flat

complacency

a feeling of quiet pleasure or security

abominable

hateful, detestable, loathsome

decorum

orderliness, regularity proper behavior speech or dress

countenance

appearance, especially the look on one's face

rapture

ecstatic state of joy or happiness

panegyric

a formal or elaborate praise

laudable

deserving praise, praise worthy

precipitance

rash haste, suddeness, hurried

deference

respecting the opinion of another

expostulation

earnest and kindly protesting

approbation

approval

implacable

not to be appeased or made peace with

propensity

a natural inclination or tendancy

conscientiously

controlled by or done according to sense of right and wrong

odious

deserving or causing hatred

iniquitous

unjust, wicked

filial

of, pertaining to, or benifitting a son or daughter

veneration

a feeling or act of awe or reverence

bequeath

hand down or pass on

enumerating

name one by one

derision

ridicle, mockery

condescend

assume an aire of superiority

prudent

judicious in practical affairs, marked by wisdom

ablution

a cleansing with water or other liquid especially as a religious ritual

avarice

greed for riches and wealth

retaliate

to return like for like, to payback

prodigious

extraordinary in size or degree,

perusal

to read or skim

repugnance

strong distaste or objection

diminution

act or process of reducing

vindication

justifiable defence

lamentation

to mourn, express grief

exuberant

overflowing excitement abundant

reprehensible

deserving of reproof, blameworthy

acquiesce

to accept, comply, or submit

untinctured

not tinted or colored, plain

censure

strong expression of disapproval

expeditiously

promptness, quick

insinuating

to suggest or imply

ineffectual

not producing proper or intended outcome

eccentric

irregular, peculiar, odd, not the norm

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