Common Lit: Pride and Prejudice (Paired with A Matter of Prejudice)
Terms in this set (29)
came before something
an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.
not as good. less than
a tendency toward something. "She is inclined to cheat on tests sometimes."
hard-workingly, steadily, or untiringly
clear or without confusion, leaving no question as to meaning or intent
to hope; to seek to accomplish a certain goal
implied or indicated but not actually expressed
stubborn; not easily swayed from opinion or purpose
to persuade one NOT to do something.
to withdraw or back away
lacking in seriousness
Made aware or understood from use of your senses. "His perceived opinion was found to be wrong." It's how you see things.
things that can be switched or exchanged.
a connection. Some people form an alliance or connection with others.
to owe somebody a debt or service. I felt obliged to mow my mother's grass because she has taken care of me my whole life.
Polite and mannerly, even when you don't really like someone. I am always cordial to people who gossip about me. I kill them with kindness (figuratively speaking.)
make believe or pretend with the intent to fool someone; "He feigned that he was ill"; "He shammed a headache"
honestly or sincerely.
to own. I do not pretend to own (possess) the same beliefs as you.
honest and straight forward. She always used frankness when telling students how she felt they were doing.