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Jane Eyre chapter 25
courtship
feverish
anticipation
disburden
결혼 전의 교제, 구애
a. 열이 있는, 열로 인한,열광적인
예상, 기대
~에서 짐을 내리다
courtship
결혼 전의 교제, 구애
feverish
a. 열이 있는, 열로 인한,열광적인
Jane Eyre chapter24
accomplish
grown
lingerer
vestry
이루다, 성취하다
얼굴을 찡그리다
꾸물거리는 사람
(교회의) 제의실
accomplish
이루다, 성취하다
grown
얼굴을 찡그리다
33 terms
Jane Eyre chapter 2
Ligature
Ignominy
Influx
Damask
A thing used for tying or binding something tightly:
Public shame or disgrace:
An arrival or entry of large numbers of people or things
A rich, heavy silk or linen fabric with a pattern woven into…
Ligature
A thing used for tying or binding something tightly:
Ignominy
Public shame or disgrace:
19 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 4
insuperable
Ire
execrations
Audacious
(Of a difficulty or obstacle) impossible to overcome:
Anger
Feel or express great loathing for:
Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks
insuperable
(Of a difficulty or obstacle) impossible to overcome:
Ire
Anger
14 terms
Jane Eyre chapter 3
predominating
Obnoxious
Apothecary
Civility
Be the strongest or main element; be greater in number or amo…
Extremely unpleasant
A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs.
Formal politeness and courtesy in behaviour or speech
predominating
Be the strongest or main element; be greater in number or amo…
Obnoxious
Extremely unpleasant
12 terms
Jane Eyre quotes
"Do you know where the wicked go after…
"Have you any relations besides Mrs Re…
"His features where large and they and…
"This child is very young to be sent a…
Brocklehurst (4) To Jane
Lloyd (3) To Jane
Jane (4) About Brocklehurst
Ms. Temple (5) To Jane
"Do you know where the wicked go after…
Brocklehurst (4) To Jane
"Have you any relations besides Mrs Re…
Lloyd (3) To Jane
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Jane Eyre Vocabulary Chapter 1
Chidings
Cavillers
Moreen
promontories
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach
Those who raise annoying petty objections; quibble; carp
A heavy, usually watered, fabric of wool or wool and cotton,…
high points of land, esp of rocky coast, that jut out into th…
Chidings
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach
Cavillers
Those who raise annoying petty objections; quibble; carp
5 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 18
contumelious
nigher
meretricious
apostrophizing
insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly abusive;…
nearer
Attractive in a cheap, flashy way
speaking to someone or something that won't speak back to you
contumelious
insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly abusive;…
nigher
nearer
5 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 4
pinafore
vehement
prominent
perused
a child's apron, large enough to cover her dress
showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
important, famous
read in a careful way
pinafore
a child's apron, large enough to cover her dress
vehement
showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
24 terms
Jane Eyre chapter 1
antipathy
bilious
bleared
borne
Having a strong dislike\كره
Bad tempered\سيء المزاج
Blurred\غير واضح
Taken along\سحب -نقل
antipathy
Having a strong dislike\كره
bilious
Bad tempered\سيء المزاج
Jane Eyre chapter 10
hitherto
autobiography
bound to
invoke
지금까지, 여태까지
자서전
꼭~하게 되어있는
빌다, 기원하다
hitherto
지금까지, 여태까지
autobiography
자서전
Jane Eyre chapter 32
labor
torpid
rustic
amiable
n. 노동, 노동력(U
무감각한, 둔한, 동면 중인
전원적인, 시골의
친근한
labor
n. 노동, 노동력(U
torpid
무감각한, 둔한, 동면 중인
Jane Eyre chapter 27
prompt
woe
allege
void
즉각적인, 촉구하다, 자극하다
비통, 고뇌; 역경, 어려움, 슬픔과 괴로움을 주는 것
주장하다
빈, 공허한, 무효의
prompt
즉각적인, 촉구하다, 자극하다
woe
비통, 고뇌; 역경, 어려움, 슬픔과 괴로움을 주는 것
Jane Eyre chapter 34
file out
peasantry
peasant
ignorant
줄지어 나가다
소작농,농부
농부, 소작인
무지한, 무식한
file out
줄지어 나가다
peasantry
소작농,농부
48 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter Summaries
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Jane Eyre Ch. 3
Jane Eyre Ch. 4
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
When she wakes, Jane finds herself in her own bedroom, in the…
"I am glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you…
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
48 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter Summaries
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Jane Eyre Ch. 3
Jane Eyre Ch. 4
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
When she wakes, Jane finds herself in her own bedroom, in the…
"I am glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you…
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
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cliff
radiant
weary
fervid
절벽, 낭떠러지
빛나는, 활활 타오르는
지친, 피곤한
열렬한, 열정적인
cliff
절벽, 낭떠러지
radiant
빛나는, 활활 타오르는
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elapse
entreat
feeble
wailing
v. (시간이) 경과하다
간청하다
연약한
크게 비탄하는
elapse
v. (시간이) 경과하다
entreat
간청하다
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presentiment
sympathy
consolation
estrange
예감, 육감
동정, 공감
위로
사이를 멀어지게 하다, 소원하게 하다
presentiment
예감, 육감
sympathy
동정, 공감
Jane Eyre chapter 36
wardrobe
traverse
cumbrous
lineament
n. 옷장, 의상
가로지르다, 횡단하다
다루기 어려운, 육중한
얼굴 모양, 생김새, 외형, 윤곽
wardrobe
n. 옷장, 의상
traverse
가로지르다, 횡단하다
Jane Eyre chapter 35
conscientious
overt
harbor
vindictiveness
양심적인, 성실한
공공연한, 명백한, 숨김없는
피난처를 제공하다, 숨겨주다
복수심 보복
conscientious
양심적인, 성실한
overt
공공연한, 명백한, 숨김없는
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Jane Eyre
"Reader I married him"
"I don't think, sir, you have a right…
"...you are a dependent, mama says; yo…
"What do i want... I want this because…
Jane asserts her independence once again, telling us not that…
Society & class- ... Jane shuts down Rochester's claim that he i…
John Reed is telling Jane she is of no social class, is not l…
This shows Jane's bildungsroman and her desire for change in…
"Reader I married him"
Jane asserts her independence once again, telling us not that…
"I don't think, sir, you have a right…
Society & class- ... Jane shuts down Rochester's claim that he i…
20 terms
Jane Eyre
corroborate
ameliorated
antipathies
barrister
to support with evidence
to make better or more tolerable
a feeling of intense dislike
Lawyer (British)
corroborate
to support with evidence
ameliorated
to make better or more tolerable
Jane Eyre chapter 37
antiquity
pretension
ineligible
insalubrious
고대, 유물
가식, 허세, 근거 없는 주장
자격이 없는
건강에 안좋은, 건강하지 못한
antiquity
고대, 유물
pretension
가식, 허세, 근거 없는 주장
Jane Eyre Chapter 12
prattle
sequestered
pliability
predicament
To speak in a foolish manner; to babble incessantly... "She made…
to cause to withdraw into seclusion; to remove or set apart;…
the quality of being easily adaptable... "One afternoon in Janua…
Difficult situation; tricky or dangerous situation; dilemma... "…
prattle
To speak in a foolish manner; to babble incessantly... "She made…
sequestered
to cause to withdraw into seclusion; to remove or set apart;…
50 terms
Jane Eyre chapter1
cavil
shrine
afar
studded
adj. 吹毛求疵
n.神殿,神龛,圣祠
adv.在远方
adj. 用饰钉装饰的
cavil
adj. 吹毛求疵
shrine
n.神殿,神龛,圣祠
Jane Eyre chapter 28
benign
outcast
doom
hamlet
상냥한
부랑자, 추방당한 사람, 왕따
운명
n. 작은 마을, 촌락, (소)부락 [= very small village]* <혼돈> hermit 은둔자(=…
benign
상냥한
outcast
부랑자, 추방당한 사람, 왕따
Jane Eyre Chapter 10
virulence
soliloquized
sublunary
annum
Ability to survive in the host or outside the body... "And then…
To speak one's thoughts out loud when no one else is around o…
situated beneath the moon or between the earth and moon... "The…
Latin word meaning per year... ""If J.E., who advertised in the…
virulence
Ability to survive in the host or outside the body... "And then…
soliloquized
To speak one's thoughts out loud when no one else is around o…
Jane Eyre Chapter 25
puerile
meridian
hypochondria
vex
childish, immature, or silly... "Cudgel your brains for an exped…
The highest point or stage of development; apogee; zenith... "I…
A disorder in which people have a constant fear of illness an…
to annoy; irritate; puzzle; confuse... "I will tease you and vex…
puerile
childish, immature, or silly... "Cudgel your brains for an exped…
meridian
The highest point or stage of development; apogee; zenith... "I…
8 terms
JANE EYRE - CHAPTER 10
beloved
to collapse
beneath
ruin
greatly loved; dear to the heart
to fall down
below
The state of being physically destroyed, collapsed, or decaye…
beloved
greatly loved; dear to the heart
to collapse
to fall down
21 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 1
Cavaliers
Vignetts
Crimped
Fervently
1. A supporter of King Charles the first in the English civil…
noun... 1.... a brief evocative description, account, or episode.... 2…
verb... past tense: crimped; past participle: crimped... 1.... compres…
adjective... 1.... having or showing great warmth or intensity of s…
Cavaliers
1. A supporter of King Charles the first in the English civil…
Vignetts
noun... 1.... a brief evocative description, account, or episode.... 2…
40 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 9
a wedding day
to be going to do something
a church
a clergyman
свадьба
собираться ч-л сдеоать
церковь
священник
a wedding day
свадьба
to be going to do something
собираться ч-л сдеоать
61 terms
Jane Eyre chapter 5
Abominable
Benevolent
Benignant
Buxom
Hateful,loathsome
Kind,charitable
Showing a good feeling
Plump,healthy
Abominable
Hateful,loathsome
Benevolent
Kind,charitable
44 terms
Jane Eyre
class
excluded
independent
extended family
a series of meetings in which students are taught a particula…
o prevent (someone) from doing something or being a part of a…
not subject to control by others : self-governing (2) : not a…
a family that includes in one household near relatives in add…
class
a series of meetings in which students are taught a particula…
excluded
o prevent (someone) from doing something or being a part of a…
48 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter Summaries
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Jane Eyre Ch. 3
Jane Eyre Ch. 4
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
When she wakes, Jane finds herself in her own bedroom, in the…
"I am glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you…
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
28 terms
Jane eyre chapter 2
Abhor
Acrid
Artifice
Captious
Despise,disgust
Biting,bitter,harsh
To scheme,trick
Critical;fault-finding
Abhor
Despise,disgust
Acrid
Biting,bitter,harsh
78 terms
Jane Eyre: Chapter 1-10
chidings
cavillers
promontories
vignettes
nagging;scold
a trivial and annoying objection
a high point on land;clif, rock, mountain
design used on a title page of the book or at the end and beg…
chidings
nagging;scold
cavillers
a trivial and annoying objection
20 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 2
holland
pinafores
refectory
morose
a kind of smooth, durable linen fabric, used chiefly for wind…
a sleeveless apronlike garment worn over a child's dress.... a w…
a room used for communal meals, especially in an educational…
sullen and ill-tempered.... synonyms: sullen, sulky, gloomy,
holland
a kind of smooth, durable linen fabric, used chiefly for wind…
pinafores
a sleeveless apronlike garment worn over a child's dress.... a w…
48 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter Summaries
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Jane Eyre Ch. 3
Jane Eyre Ch. 4
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
When she wakes, Jane finds herself in her own bedroom, in the…
"I am glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you…
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead,…
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the…
5 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 7
irksome
chilblains
exigency
top-knots
Annoying; irritating; exasperating; tiresome... My first quarte…
an inflammation of the hands and feet caused by exposure to c…
An emergency; an urgency... Many a time I have shared between t…
a bun that sits atop the head... "All those top-knots must be c…
irksome
Annoying; irritating; exasperating; tiresome... My first quarte…
chilblains
an inflammation of the hands and feet caused by exposure to c…
5 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 15
sylph
habergeon
exigencies
sardonic
Noun. A slender, graceful young woman or girl.... "And, Miss Eyr…
Noun. a short, sleeveless coat of armor... "I wish to be a... bette…
Noun, Plural. urgent situations, pressing needs... "I walked in…
Adjective. Grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic... "…
sylph
Noun. A slender, graceful young woman or girl.... "And, Miss Eyr…
habergeon
Noun. a short, sleeveless coat of armor... "I wish to be a... bette…
89 terms
Jane Eyre
Diffidence
Antipathy
Aversion
Turbid
Modesty due to lack of confidence
Hostility
Dislike
Murky
Diffidence
Modesty due to lack of confidence
Antipathy
Hostility
Jane Eyre Chapter 19
sibyl
catastrophe
quibble
propitious
a witch or sorceress; a priestess who made known the oracles…
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune... "Oh, I have n…
to complain about little things... "A profound remark! A most in…
presenting favorable circumstances... "That feature too is propi…
sibyl
a witch or sorceress; a priestess who made known the oracles…
catastrophe
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune... "Oh, I have n…
Jane Eyre Chapter 36
avail (v)
surmises (v)
protracted (adj)
annuity (n)
to help; to be of use; to serve... " Letters have proved of no a…
guesses; inferences about a situation... "It was easy to make my…
Extended in time; prolonged... "A peep, and then a long stare; a…
yearly allowance... "He sent Mrs. Fairfax, the housekeeper, away…
avail (v)
to help; to be of use; to serve... " Letters have proved of no a…
surmises (v)
guesses; inferences about a situation... "It was easy to make my…
5 terms
Jane Eyre Chapter 13
prenomens
brooch
tenacious
eulogiums
Noun, plural. names, usually first names... "I got a little angr…
Noun. a decorative pin worn by women... "This I quickly was:... my…
Adjective. Holding firmly; persistent; stubborn... "'Eight years…
Noun, Plural. multiple speeches in praise of a person... "Don't…
prenomens
Noun, plural. names, usually first names... "I got a little angr…
brooch
Noun. a decorative pin worn by women... "This I quickly was:... my…
13 terms
Jane Eyre - Chapter 13B
inmate
meddle
meddling
drift of
обитатель (монастыря, приюта, тюрьмы, лечебницы и т. п.), жит…
вмешиваться, соваться не в свое дело
вмешательство
направление, тенденция, смысл
inmate
обитатель (монастыря, приюта, тюрьмы, лечебницы и т. п.), жит…
meddle
вмешиваться, соваться не в свое дело
38 terms
Jane Eyre - Chapters
1
2
3
4
Jane's inferiority to her cousins leaves her seemingly happy…
Half-crazed Jane is physically dragged to the "red room".... Ja…
Jane wakes up to Bessie and Mr Lloyd, the apothecary. She is…
Jane's isolation and oppression is worse than ever but she cl…
1
Jane's inferiority to her cousins leaves her seemingly happy…
2
Half-crazed Jane is physically dragged to the "red room".... Ja…
28 terms
Jane Eyre - Chapter 12A
pledge
competent education
wayward
injudicious interference
знак, залог, символ
надлежащее образование
своенравный, несговорчивый
неразумное вмешательство
pledge
знак, залог, символ
competent education
надлежащее образование
180 terms
Jane Eyre
cavillers
ignominy
poorhouse
acrid
an individual who critically argues for trivial reasons; some…
disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
an institution in which paupers were maintained at public exp…
extremely or sharply stinging or bitter
cavillers
an individual who critically argues for trivial reasons; some…
ignominy
disgrace; dishonor; public contempt
Jane Eyre chapter 30-31
zealous
preacher
parson
vocation
열광적인
설교사, 전도사, 목사
교구 사제, 목사
직업, 천직
zealous
열광적인
preacher
설교사, 전도사, 목사
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