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English Pride and Prejudice Week 1
chaise
caprice
complacency
deigned
horse drawn carriage, open top with two wheels for one or two…
a sudden change of mood or behavior
feeling of smug satisfaction with oneself or ones achievements
to do something beneath ones dignity
chaise
horse drawn carriage, open top with two wheels for one or two…
caprice
a sudden change of mood or behavior
english volume 1 pride and prejudice
Verisimilitude
Caprice
Solace
Discretion
the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood; probability
noun - a sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated notion…
comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of dis…
the power or right to decide or act according to one's own ju…
Verisimilitude
the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood; probability
Caprice
noun - a sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated notion…
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English Pride and Prejudice Volume 1
Elizabeth Bennet
Jane Bennet
Lydia Bennet
Catherine Bennet
1. second oldest of the Bennet daughters... 2. intelligent young…
1. oldest of the Bennett daughters... 2. very kind, doesn't real…
1. youngest daughter of the Bennett's... 2. Mrs. Bennets favorit…
1. fourth oldest of the 5 daughters... 2. often is with lydia... 3.…
Elizabeth Bennet
1. second oldest of the Bennet daughters... 2. intelligent young…
Jane Bennet
1. oldest of the Bennett daughters... 2. very kind, doesn't real…
English Pride and Prejudice Volume 1
What does Mrs. Bennet wish Mr. Bennet…
What opinion does Mr. Bennet have of h…
What recommends Mr. Bingley to Mrs. Be…
Describe Mr. Bennet's character.
Visit Mr. Bingley, the new bachelor in town
They are all foolish
...
Very quiet, sarcastic, and enjoys taunting and teasing his da…
What does Mrs. Bennet wish Mr. Bennet…
Visit Mr. Bingley, the new bachelor in town
What opinion does Mr. Bennet have of h…
They are all foolish
English Vocabulary; Pride and Prejudice
compassion
caprice
solace
fortnight
sympathetic feeling
sudden whim or fancy
to comfort during grief
two weeks
compassion
sympathetic feeling
caprice
sudden whim or fancy
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H English: Pride and Prejudice
what was jane austen known for?
when was jane austen living?
when was pride and prejudice published?
jane austen started the transition fro…
realism, biting irony, social commentary, and acclaimed plots
1775-1817
1813
romanticism to realism
what was jane austen known for?
realism, biting irony, social commentary, and acclaimed plots
when was jane austen living?
1775-1817
English IV Pride and Prejudice List 1
archly
censure
disconcerted
entail
brashly; michievously
disapproval
thrown into confusion
to limit inheritance of property to a specific line of heirs
archly
brashly; michievously
censure
disapproval
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English Vocab Pride & Prejudice (1-6)
inherit
caprice
discretion
circumspection
acquire, recieve, take-over, granted
a sudden change, change ones mind
the power to decide or act according to one's own judgement,…
cautious, carefulness, watchful
inherit
acquire, recieve, take-over, granted
caprice
a sudden change, change ones mind
English pride and prejudice chapters 1-12
Archly
Amiable
Censure
Disconcerted
Brashly, mischievously
Having a pleasant or good natured personality qualities
Disapproval
Thrown into confusion
Archly
Brashly, mischievously
Amiable
Having a pleasant or good natured personality qualities
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Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary #1
surmise (v.), surmised, surmising
entreaty (n.); entreaties (plural)
profuse (adj.)
propensity (n.)
to form an opinion without knowing; to guess
a serious request or appeal for something
excessive
a strong natural tendency to do something
surmise (v.), surmised, surmising
to form an opinion without knowing; to guess
entreaty (n.); entreaties (plural)
a serious request or appeal for something
Vocab - English AS (Pride and Prejudice #1)
design
mean
deigned
conjecturing
a plot or plan; an outline/sketch; scheming or intriguing
small-minded; of little importance; in no way, not at all; av…
to condescend to give or grant something; to think fit/worthy…
to conclude or suppose from evidence; formation or expression…
design
a plot or plan; an outline/sketch; scheming or intriguing
mean
small-minded; of little importance; in no way, not at all; av…
Honors English Pride and Prejudice
Longbourn
Netherfield
Rosings
Pemberley
The Bennet family estate near the town of Meryton
Bingley's estate near Longbourn and the town of Meryton
Lady Catherine De Bourgh's estate in Hunsford
Mr. Darcy's estate in Derbyshire
Longbourn
The Bennet family estate near the town of Meryton
Netherfield
Bingley's estate near Longbourn and the town of Meryton
Pride and Prejudice List #1
augur
presage
portant
portentous
a seer or prophet
an indication or warning of a future occurance
something amazing or marvelous
of momentous or ominous significance
augur
a seer or prophet
presage
an indication or warning of a future occurance
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Pride and Prejudice #1
Amiable
Affable
Oblige
Entailment
(adj.) agreeable; lovable; warmly friendly
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) provide a service or favor for someone
(n.) The limit of the inheritance of property to a specified…
Amiable
(adj.) agreeable; lovable; warmly friendly
Affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
English II Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary Unit 1
chaise
caprice
complacency
deigned
a horse drawn carriage for one/two people
a sudden change of mood or behavior
a feeling of smug satisfaction with oneself or one's achievem…
to do something beneath one's dignity
chaise
a horse drawn carriage for one/two people
caprice
a sudden change of mood or behavior
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English Vocabulary; Pride and Prejudice
compassion
caprice
solace
fortnight
sympathetic feeling
sudden whim or fancy
to comfort during grief
two weeks
compassion
sympathetic feeling
caprice
sudden whim or fancy
Pride and Prejudice Chapter 1
pride
prejudice
fortune
delighted
Believing you are better than others
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, ofte…
a very large amount of money
very pleased
pride
Believing you are better than others
prejudice
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, ofte…
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Pride and prejudice 1
abatement
abhorrence
abhorrent
ablution
a lessening or reduction.
an abhorring; loathing; detestation.
causing disgust or hatred; detestable.
a washing of the body.
abatement
a lessening or reduction.
abhorrence
an abhorring; loathing; detestation.
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
deign
tumult
disconcerted
supercilious
to lower yourself to do something
a chaos or upheaval
unsettled, confused, upset
fake
deign
to lower yourself to do something
tumult
a chaos or upheaval
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
gentry
novel of manners
microcosm
"Imp. of Work"
People of good social position, specifically (in the UK) the…
...
A community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in…
...
gentry
People of good social position, specifically (in the UK) the…
novel of manners
...
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English Pride and Prejudice vocab set #1
Solace
Countenance
Fastidious
Censure
Verb- To give comfort to in time of grief or misfortune.
Noun- The appearance of someone's face; facial expression; lo…
Adjective- Liking few things; hard to please; very critical;…
Noun- Official strong criticism.
Solace
Verb- To give comfort to in time of grief or misfortune.
Countenance
Noun- The appearance of someone's face; facial expression; lo…
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English I: Pride and Prejudice Background
Jane Austen
pride
prejudice
social classes
English novelist who wrote about middle-class families (1775-…
a high opinion of one's own importance or superiority
an opinion or strong feeling formed without careful thought o…
a ranking of people into higher or lower positions of respect
Jane Austen
English novelist who wrote about middle-class families (1775-…
pride
a high opinion of one's own importance or superiority
English Pride and Prejudice Chapters 1-6 Vocabulary
verisimilitude
inherent
caprice
solace
the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood; probability
existing in someone or something as a permanent and inseparab…
a sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated notion or acti…
comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of dis…
verisimilitude
the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood; probability
inherent
existing in someone or something as a permanent and inseparab…
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English pride and prejudice chapters 1&2 vocab
Tumult
Raptures
Circumspection
Overscrupulous
A general outbreak or disorder
Joy or delight
Observation or action
Excessively precise or exact
Tumult
A general outbreak or disorder
Raptures
Joy or delight
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English: Pride and Prejudice Quotes
'It is a truth universally acknowledge…
'Happiness in marriage is entirely a m…
'Mr Collins had only to change from Ja…
'I am perfectly serious in my refusal.…
A typical phrase by Austen which is thought-provoking with a…
Charlotte's attitude to marriage
The ease of changing marriage partners.
Elizabeth shows her independence by refusing Mr Collins
'It is a truth universally acknowledge…
A typical phrase by Austen which is thought-provoking with a…
'Happiness in marriage is entirely a m…
Charlotte's attitude to marriage
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Honors English Pride and Prejudice
Longbourn
Netherfield
Rosings
Pemberley
The Bennet family estate near the town of Meryton
Bingley's estate near Longbourn and the town of Meryton
Lady Catherine De Bourgh's estate in Hunsford
Mr. Darcy's estate in Derbyshire
Longbourn
The Bennet family estate near the town of Meryton
Netherfield
Bingley's estate near Longbourn and the town of Meryton
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Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
caprice/ capricious (3)
circumspection/ circumspect (4)
amiability/ amiable (6)
haughtiness/ haughty (10)
(n/adj) 1. a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind o…
(n/adj) caution or prudence
(n/adj) 1. having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal…
(n/adj) 1. disdainfully proud; snobbish; scornfully arrogant…
caprice/ capricious (3)
(n/adj) 1. a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind o…
circumspection/ circumspect (4)
(n/adj) caution or prudence
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Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
Simpleton
Veracity
Decorum
Approbation
N. A person deficient in judgement; fool
N. Adherence to truth; truthfulness
N. Appropriateness of behavior; conventions of behavior
N. Approval; praise
Simpleton
N. A person deficient in judgement; fool
Veracity
N. Adherence to truth; truthfulness
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Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary 1
Simpleton
Veracity
Decorum
Approbation
Noun-a person deficient in judgement, a fool
Noun- adherence to truth, truthfulness
Noun- appropriateness of behavior, conventions of behavior
Noun- approval, praise
Simpleton
Noun-a person deficient in judgement, a fool
Veracity
Noun- adherence to truth, truthfulness
Advanced English - Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1-15
Complaisant
Perforce
Abatement
Panegyric
Accommodating; gracious; obliging
Necessarily
Reduction; the act of putting to an end
Speech or writing that praises a person of thing; acclaim
Complaisant
Accommodating; gracious; obliging
Perforce
Necessarily
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English Vocabulary Test 1 (Pride and Prejudice)
Mercenary
Supercilious
Propensity
Tractable
Only interested in money at the expense of ethics
Behaving or acting as if one is superior to others
Inclination or natural tendency to be/act a certain way
Easily controlled ot influenced; easy to deal with
Mercenary
Only interested in money at the expense of ethics
Supercilious
Behaving or acting as if one is superior to others
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Pride And Prejudice Vocab #1
Fortnight
Chaise
Countenance
Fastidious
Two weeks
Carriage/chair
A person's demeanor
Attentive and concerned about accuracy and detail.(perfection…
Fortnight
Two weeks
Chaise
Carriage/chair
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Pride and Prejudice (Quiz 1)
Where did Mr.Bingley 1st move into?
How many daughters do the Bennets have?
Who is the 1st man to meet Mr.Bingley?
Who is the neighbor of the Bennets?
Netherfield Park
5
Mr.Bennet
The Lucas
Where did Mr.Bingley 1st move into?
Netherfield Park
How many daughters do the Bennets have?
5
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Pride and Prejudice 1
phaeton
deprive
gape
bid
ˈfā(ə)t(ə)n/... a light, open, four-wheeled horse-drawn carriag…
deny (a person or place) the possession or use of something.…
be or become wide open.... Lydia gape as Collins chose Fodyce's…
v2 bade. ..... command or order (someone) to do something.... Lyd…
phaeton
ˈfā(ə)t(ə)n/... a light, open, four-wheeled horse-drawn carriag…
deprive
deny (a person or place) the possession or use of something.…
Pride and Prejudice 1-5
Circumspect
Surpass
Disconcerted
Countenance
Wary and unwilling to take risks
To go beyond in excellence or achievement; be superior to; ex…
Disturbed, as in one's composure or self-possession; perturbe…
To permit or tolerate
Circumspect
Wary and unwilling to take risks
Surpass
To go beyond in excellence or achievement; be superior to; ex…
Pride and prejudice chapter 1
What does Mrs. Long say about Netherfi…
What seems to be a "fine thing" for th…
Who is Mr. Bennet's favorite daughter?
How does Mrs. Bennet describe Jane?
It is taken by a young man of large fortune from the North of…
Br. Bingley
Lizzy, because she has something more of quickness than her s…
as very handsome
What does Mrs. Long say about Netherfi…
It is taken by a young man of large fortune from the North of…
What seems to be a "fine thing" for th…
Br. Bingley
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Pride and Prejudice #1
Abhorrence
Chagrin
Civil/ Civility
Conjecture
Hatred, loathing
Humiliation, embarrassment
Polite(ness)
Guess, surmise
Abhorrence
Hatred, loathing
Chagrin
Humiliation, embarrassment
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
simpleton
veracity
decorum
approbation
n. a person deficient in judgment; fool
n. adherence to truth; truthfulness
n. appropriateness of behavior; conventions of behavior
n. approval; praise
simpleton
n. a person deficient in judgment; fool
veracity
n. adherence to truth; truthfulness
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Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
pretentious display of wealth intended…
excessively particular, critical, or d…
overly concerned with minute details o…
the act of being inclined or disposed…
ostentation
fastidious
pedantic
complaisance
pretentious display of wealth intended…
ostentation
excessively particular, critical, or d…
fastidious
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Pride and Prejudice Volume 1
Elizabeth, Catherine, Jane, Mary, and…
The Lucas Family (Lady Lucas, Charlott…
Mr. Bingley
Mr. Darcy
What are all of the names of the Bennet kids?
Who are the Bennet's neighbors?
Who did Mrs. Bennet want to marry of her kids to in the beggi…
Who is Mr. Bingley's best friend?
Elizabeth, Catherine, Jane, Mary, and…
What are all of the names of the Bennet kids?
The Lucas Family (Lady Lucas, Charlott…
Who are the Bennet's neighbors?
27 terms
Pride and Prejudice vol.1
Longbourn
Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty, and Lydia
Netherfield
Trade
The Bennet family estate
The five Bennet girls (oldest to youngest)
The Bingley family estate
How did the Bingley family afire their money?
Longbourn
The Bennet family estate
Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty, and Lydia
The five Bennet girls (oldest to youngest)
24 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
Simpleton
Veracity
Decorum
Approbation
A person deficient in judgement; a fool
Adherence to truth; truthfulness
Appropriateness of behavior; conventions of behavior
Approval; praise
Simpleton
A person deficient in judgement; a fool
Veracity
Adherence to truth; truthfulness
English Pride and PRejudice
approbation
acquiesce
affront
allay
an act of approving formally; praise or approval
: to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying s…
to insult or cause offense to (v)... : action or statement that…
verb: to calm or pacify (an emotion); set to rest; to reduce…
approbation
an act of approving formally; praise or approval
acquiesce
: to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying s…
20 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
Approbation
Acquiesce
Affront
Allay
Noun... an act of approving; praise/ approval
Verb... To accept/ agree; to allow something to happen by stayin…
Verb/noun... To insult or cause offense
Verb... Set to rest; to relieve
Approbation
Noun... an act of approving; praise/ approval
Acquiesce
Verb... To accept/ agree; to allow something to happen by stayin…
12 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab # 1
design
mean
deigned
conjecturing
(noun) deceitful plan
(adj) small minded, of little importance
(verb) to give or grant something beneath you
(verb) to conclude from insufficient evidence
design
(noun) deceitful plan
mean
(adj) small minded, of little importance
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice List 1
caprice (n)
solace (v)
fortnight (n)
emphatic (adj)
a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behavior
to comfort during grief
two weeks
uttered with emphasis
caprice (n)
a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behavior
solace (v)
to comfort during grief
90 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
Complaisant
Perforce
Abatement
Panegyric
obliging, gracious, yielding, accommodating affable, willing…
necessarily
reduction, mitigation; the act/process of putting to an end
speech or writing that praises a person of thing: acclaim, el…
Complaisant
obliging, gracious, yielding, accommodating affable, willing…
Perforce
necessarily
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Pride and prejudice vocab 1
Regency period
Landed gentry
Aristocracy
Entailment
1810-1820 when king George III was deemed unfit to rule and h…
Largely historical privileged British social class consisting…
The highest class in certain societies
The restriction of property by limiting inheritance to the ow…
Regency period
1810-1820 when king George III was deemed unfit to rule and h…
Landed gentry
Largely historical privileged British social class consisting…
20 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
Approbation... noun
Acquiesce... Verb
Affront ... verb or noun
Allay... verb
Praise or approval
To accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying sil…
To insult or cause offense to (v)... An action or statement that…
To make something less severe or strong
Approbation... noun
Praise or approval
Acquiesce... Verb
To accept, agree, or allow something to happen by staying sil…
20 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
Approbation
Acquiesce
Affeont
Allay
Noun, praise or approval
Verb, to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by stayi…
Verb or noun, to insult or cause offense to ( verb), an actio…
Verb, to make something less severe
Approbation
Noun, praise or approval
Acquiesce
Verb, to accept, agree, or allow something to happen by stayi…
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