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English Vocabulary; Pride and Prejudice

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