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10 terms
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
14 terms
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…
24 terms
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
24 terms
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
31 terms
Pride and Prejudice - Chapter 1.
they were greatly looking forward to sg
particular
He would be attending
on the night of the dance
Izgatottan\nagyon vártak vmit
bizonyos
Meg fog jelenni, el fog jönni
a tánc estéjén
they were greatly looking forward to sg
Izgatottan\nagyon vártak vmit
particular
bizonyos
20 terms
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
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
10 terms
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
10 terms
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
58 terms
Pride and Prejudice
caprice
circumspection
ascertaining
fastidious
impulsive change of mind
prudence,... caution; careful consideration of all circumstances…
making certain; discovering; determining
meticulous; difficult to please
caprice
impulsive change of mind
circumspection
prudence,... caution; careful consideration of all circumstances…
48 terms
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.
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)
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice 1
prejudice
flatter
moody
persuade
предубеждение
льстить
капризный
убеждать
prejudice
предубеждение
flatter
льстить
24 terms
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
24 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab #1
Simpleton
Veracity
Decorum
Approbation
a person deficient in judgement; fool
adherence to truth; truthfulness
appropriateness of behavior; conventions of behavoir
approval; praise
Simpleton
a person deficient in judgement; fool
Veracity
adherence to truth; truthfulness
18 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary #1
Patronize
Genteel
Congenial
Pragmatic
To give money or support to (someone or something)
Possessing or pretending to possess the qualities and manners…
Suitable or appropriate; pleasant or enjoyable
Dealing with the problems that exist in a specific situation…
Patronize
To give money or support to (someone or something)
Genteel
Possessing or pretending to possess the qualities and manners…
31 terms
Pride and Prejudice Volume 1
mien
air
asperity
condescension
n. -a person's appearance or facial expression. ... -(n.)air, m…
n. -affected or unnatural manner; manifestation of pride or v…
(n.) harshness of tone or manner... (n.) harsh quality or condit…
(n.) an attitude of patronizing superiority... (n.) disdain
mien
n. -a person's appearance or facial expression. ... -(n.)air, m…
air
n. -affected or unnatural manner; manifestation of pride or v…
24 terms
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
18 terms
Pride and Prejudice #1
Abhorrence
Chagrin
Civil/ Civility
Conjecture
Hatred, loathing
Humiliation, embarrassment
Polite(ness)
Guess, surmise
Abhorrence
Hatred, loathing
Chagrin
Humiliation, embarrassment
10 terms
Pride and prejudice vocabulary 1
Abominable
Amiable
Approbation
Countenance
Adj. worthy of hatred; detestable
Adj. agreeable and friendly
N. An act of formally approving; commendation
N. Facial expressions
Abominable
Adj. worthy of hatred; detestable
Amiable
Adj. agreeable and friendly
20 terms
Pride and prejudice vocab 1
Accomplished
Alacrity
Complacency
Countenance
Skilled in the social arts
Willingness; quickness
Lack of concern; satisfaction
Expression of the face
Accomplished
Skilled in the social arts
Alacrity
Willingness; quickness
36 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 1
abatement
acquiescence
acrimony
acutest
to decrease
compliance
harshness
insight
abatement
to decrease
acquiescence
compliance
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
19 terms
pride and prejudice vocab 1
archly
censure
disconcerted
entail
brashly; mischievously
disapproval
thrown into confusion
to limit the inheritance of property to a specified line of h…
archly
brashly; mischievously
censure
disapproval
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab #1
Alacrity
Implacable
Propitious
Destitute
Cheerful or speedy willingness
Not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding
Favorable, giving good signs for the future, likely to work o…
Deprived of the necessities of life; lacking in
Alacrity
Cheerful or speedy willingness
Implacable
Not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding
35 terms
Pride and Prejudice 1
Merely
Scrupulous
To vex
Caprice
Csupán
Lelkiismeretesen aggályosan
Zaklat
Szeszély
Merely
Csupán
Scrupulous
Lelkiismeretesen aggályosan
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice Set 1
excessive showiness, boastfulness... Gir…
Hard to please; fussy... Toddlers can be…
Excessively concerned with book learni…
pleasing others so they can carry out…
ostentation
fastidious
pedantic
complaisance
excessive showiness, boastfulness... Gir…
ostentation
Hard to please; fussy... Toddlers can be…
fastidious
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice Quiz #1
scrupulous
circumspection
fortnight
disconcerted
exact
good judgement, prudence
two weeks
frustrated
scrupulous
exact
circumspection
good judgement, prudence
34 terms
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?
11 terms
Pride and Prejudice Quotes 1
Attitudes to Marriage
Mrs Bennet
Social Manners
Mr Darcy about Elizabeth
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in…
She was a woman of mean understanding , little information, a…
Nothing could be more delightful! To be fond of dancing was a…
She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me
Attitudes to Marriage
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in…
Mrs Bennet
She was a woman of mean understanding , little information, a…
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
16 terms
Pride & Prejudice #1
Insipid
Caprice
Tumult
Mien
Lacking taste, excitement, qualities of intellect, dull
A sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated action
Disorderly action by a crowd
Bearing or manner as it reveals a state of mind
Insipid
Lacking taste, excitement, qualities of intellect, dull
Caprice
A sudden, impulsive, and seemingly unmotivated action
22 terms
pride and prejudice vocab 1
fastidious (N)
ostentation (N)
supercilious (ADJ)
pedantic (ADJ)
exacting, precise, demanding
showiness, gaudiness, flashiness
arrogant, superior, haughty, condescending
concern with rules and details, pompous, showy with one's kno…
fastidious (N)
exacting, precise, demanding
ostentation (N)
showiness, gaudiness, flashiness
50 terms
Pride and Prejudice, ch.1
confines
delicate
domestic
noted for
gränser, begränsningar
utsökt, känslig
familje-, hem-
berömd för
confines
gränser, begränsningar
delicate
utsökt, känslig
12 terms
Pride and Prejudice #1
scrupulous
Circumspection
Fortnight
disconcerted
conscientious; exact
prudence; good judgment
two weeks
frustrated
scrupulous
conscientious; exact
Circumspection
prudence; good judgment
24 terms
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
15 terms
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…
34 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vol 1
Who is the main character?
Who is the wealthiest man in town?
What is Elizabeth last name?
How many siblings does Elizabeth have?
Elizabeth
Mr. Darcy
Bennet
Four
Who is the main character?
Elizabeth
Who is the wealthiest man in town?
Mr. Darcy
289 terms
Pride and Prejudice BEWL - List 1
abandon
ability
about
above
leave, 버리다, 포기하다
can do something, 능력
has something to do with, 에 대하여
up higher than something, 위의
abandon
leave, 버리다, 포기하다
ability
can do something, 능력
48 terms
Volume 1: Pride and Prejudice
Abhorrence
Affability
Alacrity
Amiable
A feeling of repulsion, disgusted loathing
The quality of being friendly, geniality
Brisk and cheerful readiness
Having or displayed a friendly and pleasant manner
Abhorrence
A feeling of repulsion, disgusted loathing
Affability
The quality of being friendly, geniality
22 terms
Pride and Prejudice---Chapter 1
let [let]
chaise [ʃeɪz]
tiresome ['taɪəs(ə)m]
design [dɪ'zaɪn]
v.出租
n.马车
a.讨厌的
n.意图
let [let]
v.出租
chaise [ʃeɪz]
n.马车
24 terms
Pride and Prejudice pt.1
guarded
Impertinent
Induce
Insipid
Reserved
Unsuitable
Persuade
Uninteresting
guarded
Reserved
Impertinent
Unsuitable
94 terms
pride and prejudice chapter 1 & chapter 2
universally
acknowledge
in possession of
fortune
普遍地
认可 承认
占有 拥有
财富
universally
普遍地
acknowledge
认可 承认
11 terms
Pride and prejudice volume 1
Why might miss bingley be eager to cri…
What is the difference between mary an…
What is netherfield?
What effect does Elizabeth's teasing h…
She wants darcy to herself. Mrs bennet approaches darcy witho…
Mary is better than Elizabeth because Elizabeth doesn't pract…
Mr. Bingley's estate
Her provoking unintentionally attracted him and now he likes…
Why might miss bingley be eager to cri…
She wants darcy to herself. Mrs bennet approaches darcy witho…
What is the difference between mary an…
Mary is better than Elizabeth because Elizabeth doesn't pract…
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
21 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Accede
Deficient
Impudence
Inconceivable
To agree or express agreement
Inadequate in amount or degree
The trait of being rude and impertinent
Totally unlikely
Accede
To agree or express agreement
Deficient
Inadequate in amount or degree
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice Chapters 1-6
Elizabeth Bennet
Jane Bennet
Mary Bennet
Catherine Bennet
Pretty and quick-witted, second oldest daughter of the Bennet…
Oldest of the Bennet daughters, prettiest of the daughters an…
Middle child, regarded as plain in appearance and regards her…
Fourth of the Bennet children, rather pretty with a somewhat…
Elizabeth Bennet
Pretty and quick-witted, second oldest daughter of the Bennet…
Jane Bennet
Oldest of the Bennet daughters, prettiest of the daughters an…
46 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary - Vol 1
fortnight
circumspection
mien
fastidious
two weeks
caution; careful consideration of all circumstances before de…
a personal style; a way to carry oneself
hard to please; critical
fortnight
two weeks
circumspection
caution; careful consideration of all circumstances before de…
26 terms
pride and prejudice vocab 1
affability
caprice
censure
condescend
friendliness; courtesy
a sudden and inexplicable change or mood or behavior; whim, f…
criticize harshly; reprove
graciously consent to do something while showing superiority
affability
friendliness; courtesy
caprice
a sudden and inexplicable change or mood or behavior; whim, f…
11 terms
Pride and Prejudice Part 1
censure
supercilious
solicitude
indolent
v- to express strong disapproval or criticism of someone or s…
behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
care or concern for someone or something
wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy
censure
v- to express strong disapproval or criticism of someone or s…
supercilious
behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
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