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118 terms
pride and prejudice chapter 4
cautious
express (v.)
sensible (adj.)
good-humored (adj.)
小心谨慎的 有所保留的
表达 倾诉 交流
合理的;明智的;具备良好判断力的
亲切友好的;乐观开心的=pleasant & cheerful
cautious
小心谨慎的 有所保留的
express (v.)
表达 倾诉 交流
10 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
purport
odious
refute
reprehensible
to profess, suppose, or claim; usually falsely
Deserving hate or contempt;... Extremely unpleasant; repulsive
To disprove (prove to be wrong)
Deserving blame or punishment
purport
to profess, suppose, or claim; usually falsely
odious
Deserving hate or contempt;... Extremely unpleasant; repulsive
13 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
Coincide
Contrived
Banish
Parsonage
To be identical; Correspond
Schemed
To send away
Dwelling provided by the church for its minister
Coincide
To be identical; Correspond
Contrived
Schemed
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Pride and Prejudice 4
be obliged
slyness
diffident
trifle with
感谢
(n.)狡猾;诡秘
(adj.)羞怯的;缺乏自信的;谦虚谨慎的
玩弄;视同儿戏
be obliged
感谢
slyness
(n.)狡猾;诡秘
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Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary 4
Manifold
Mercenary
Obeisance
Obsequiousness
Many, numerous
Having to do with money, greed
Fawning deference; overly polite behavior
Servility; extreme desire to obey and please
Manifold
Many, numerous
Mercenary
Having to do with money, greed
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice Week 4
Expeditious
Veneration
Bequeath
Derision
Done in a quick way
Show deep respect for someone that is great or holy
Property will be given to a person after death
Criticize and laugh at someone in an insulting way
Expeditious
Done in a quick way
Veneration
Show deep respect for someone that is great or holy
36 terms
Pride and Prejudice---Chapter 4
former ['fɔːmə]
thereby [ðeə'baɪ]
compliment ['kɒmplɪm(ə)nt]
leave to do sth
n.前者
adv.因此
v.赞扬
准可
former ['fɔːmə]
n.前者
thereby [ðeə'baɪ]
adv.因此
283 terms
Pride and Prejudice BEWL - List 4
live
local
locate
lock
not dead, 살다
from the area, 지방의
find the place where something is, 위치
close so someone cannot open it, 자물쇠
live
not dead, 살다
local
from the area, 지방의
22 terms
pride and prejudice pt.4
Boisterously
Coax
Composed
Diffidence
Rowdy
To attempt to convince
In a state of calm
Lack of confidence in yourself
Boisterously
Rowdy
Coax
To attempt to convince
15 terms
Pride and Prejudice Chapters 2-4
encouragement
decline
intrigued
studious
(Noun) any word or action which communicates positive support
Decrease
fascinated, interested
spending a lot of time studying or reading
encouragement
(Noun) any word or action which communicates positive support
decline
Decrease
40 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
affinity
ardent
candor
chagrin
inherent likeness or agreement; a close resemblance or connec…
having or displaying strong feelings; passionate
the quality of being honest and open
a feeling of frustration because of a failure embarrassment
affinity
inherent likeness or agreement; a close resemblance or connec…
ardent
having or displaying strong feelings; passionate
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab #4
Dilatory
Augmented
Defer
Copse
ADJECTIVE tending to delay
ADJECTIVE added, additional
VERB postpone
NOUN thicket of small trees
Dilatory
ADJECTIVE tending to delay
Augmented
ADJECTIVE added, additional
26 terms
Pride and Prejudice: List #4
Pecuniary
inducement
profligacy
scruple
adjective ... relating to or in the form of money
noun ... something that gives you a reason for doing something a…
noun ... - shameless dissoluteness ... - reckless extravagance ... - g…
-Verb Intransitive to hesitate about; not doing something
Pecuniary
adjective ... relating to or in the form of money
inducement
noun ... something that gives you a reason for doing something a…
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
Coincide
Contrived
Banish
Parsonage
To take place at the same time
Something made up
To send away
House for church's minister
Coincide
To take place at the same time
Contrived
Something made up
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
Ostentations
Trepidation
Impertinence
Inured
Pretentious
Dread
Impudence
Become used to something undesirable
Ostentations
Pretentious
Trepidation
Dread
Pride and Prejudice 4
precipitance
propriety
deference
alacrity
great haste; rashness
the quality of being proper, fitting or suitable conforming w…
to submit, a yielding in opinion, judgment, wishes
quick willingness, eager readiness
precipitance
great haste; rashness
propriety
the quality of being proper, fitting or suitable conforming w…
8 terms
pride and prejudice vocab 4
avarice
repine
prodigious
indecorum
(n)extreme greed for wealth or material gain
(v)to feel or express discontent/to fret
(adj)extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc
(n)failure to conform to good taste, propriety, or etiquette
avarice
(n)extreme greed for wealth or material gain
repine
(v)to feel or express discontent/to fret
12 terms
pride and prejudice vocab #4
coincide
contrived
banish
ostentatious
to take place at the same time or to agree
planned, calculated, schemed
to get rid of
designed to get notice/attention by being inappropiate, showy…
coincide
to take place at the same time or to agree
contrived
planned, calculated, schemed
10 terms
Pride and Prejudice #4
purport
odious
refute
reprehensible
the purpose or intention of something
extremely unpleasant
prove to be wrong or false; disprove; deny
deserving censure or condemnation
purport
the purpose or intention of something
odious
extremely unpleasant
13 terms
pride and prejudice #4
abhorrence
solemnity
perverse
entail
feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion
the state or character of being solem, grave or sober mood or…
willfully determined or disposed to go counter what is desired
to impose as a burden, cause or involve by necessity
abhorrence
feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion
solemnity
the state or character of being solem, grave or sober mood or…
10 terms
Pride and Prejudice vocab 4
Purport
Odious
Refute
Reprehensible
to profess, suppose, claim
Hateful, unpleasant, repulsive
Prove to be false
Deserving blame or punishment
Purport
to profess, suppose, claim
Odious
Hateful, unpleasant, repulsive
14 terms
Pride and Prejudice List 4
Din (noun)
Vitiate (verb)
Inculcate (verb)
Vexation (noun)
a loud, harsh, or strident noise... Harry Potter had to lean ver…
to make faulty or defective; impair... Although I had just gotte…
teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions... I in…
the state of being worried or annoyed; annoyance or irritatio…
Din (noun)
a loud, harsh, or strident noise... Harry Potter had to lean ver…
Vitiate (verb)
to make faulty or defective; impair... Although I had just gotte…
13 terms
List 4 Pride and Prejudice
importune
complaisant
miserly
asperity
to harass with persistent demands
agreeable; polite
saving and hoarding of money
harshness and roughness of temper
importune
to harass with persistent demands
complaisant
agreeable; polite
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
indignation
indolence
induce
indulgent
anger as a result of something unjust
laziness
to bring on or to bring about
lenient, especially toward oneself
indignation
anger as a result of something unjust
indolence
laziness
13 terms
Pride and prejudice 4
Intimation
Vindication
Pecuniary
Tincture
A slight suggestion or vague understanding
The act of vindicating or defending against criticism or cens…
Relating to or involving money
Fill, as with a certain quality
Intimation
A slight suggestion or vague understanding
Vindication
The act of vindicating or defending against criticism or cens…
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary #4
Expeditious (adj.)
Veneration (noun)
Bequeath (verb)
Derision (noun)
Acting or done in a quick and efficient way
To feel or show deep respect for someone or something that is…
To say in a will that your property will be given to a person…
The feeling that people express when they criticize and laugh…
Expeditious (adj.)
Acting or done in a quick and efficient way
Veneration (noun)
To feel or show deep respect for someone or something that is…
17 terms
Vocab 4 Pride and Prejudice
Dilatory
Augmented
Defer
Copse
Adjective; Tending to delay
Adjective; Added, additional
Verb; Postpone
Noun; Thicket of small trees
Dilatory
Adjective; Tending to delay
Augmented
Adjective; Added, additional
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4- Pride and Prejudice
abatement
abhorrence
caprice
deign
lessening
detestation, a loathing, abhorring... My parents can look at me…
a sudden desire
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity... Na…
abatement
lessening
abhorrence
detestation, a loathing, abhorring... My parents can look at me…
10 terms
Pride and Prejudice vocab 4
Purport
Odious
Refute
Reprehensible
to profess, suppose, claim
Hateful, unpleasant, repulsive
Prove to be false
Deserving blame or punishment
Purport
to profess, suppose, claim
Odious
Hateful, unpleasant, repulsive
73 terms
Pride and prejudice #4
Professions
Anecdote
Diffuseness
Salutation
High-status, knowledge-based occupations
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
being at once verbose and ill-organize
a greeting
Professions
High-status, knowledge-based occupations
Anecdote
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice (4/29)
Indignation
Gallant
Inducement
Insipidity
n. anger caused by injustice
adj. noble
n. motive/motivation
n. dull, flat, boringness
Indignation
n. anger caused by injustice
Gallant
adj. noble
16 terms
Pride and Prejudice List 4
avarice
retaliate
prodigious
perusal
greed for riches and wealth
to return like for like, to payback
extraordinary in size or degree,
to read or skim
avarice
greed for riches and wealth
retaliate
to return like for like, to payback
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice pt. 4
Invalid
Laconic
Mirth
Obliged
A person who is too sick to get out of bed.
Polite.
Joy. Merriment.
Forced.
Invalid
A person who is too sick to get out of bed.
Laconic
Polite.
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice vocabulary 4
Ostentatious
Trepidation
Impertinence
Inured
Pretentious
Dread or apprehension
Impudence or insolence
Become used to something undesirable
Ostentatious
Pretentious
Trepidation
Dread or apprehension
17 terms
pride and prejudice vocab 4
dilatory
augmented
defer
copse
tending to delay
added, additional
postpone
thicket of small trees
dilatory
tending to delay
augmented
added, additional
26 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab-4
Pecuniary
Inducement
Profligacy
Scruple
Of or relating to money
The act of moving a person's state of mind by persuasion or i…
Shameless immoral conduct
To have a moral or ethical standard that is restraining for c…
Pecuniary
Of or relating to money
Inducement
The act of moving a person's state of mind by persuasion or i…
14 terms
Pride and Prejudice List #4
(v.) To harass with persistent demands
(adj.) agreeable or polite
(adj) saving and hoarding of money
(n.) harshness and roughness of temper
importune
complaisant
miserly
asperity
(v.) To harass with persistent demands
importune
(adj.) agreeable or polite
complaisant
13 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab 4
coincide
contrived
banish
parsonage
to agree or concur, as in thought or opinion; to correspond e…
obviously planned or forced; artificial; strained
send, drive, or put away
the residence of a member of the clergy, as provided by the p…
coincide
to agree or concur, as in thought or opinion; to correspond e…
contrived
obviously planned or forced; artificial; strained
19 terms
Pride and Prejudice #4
nominally
cessation
perforce
probity
in name only, not really
stoppage, discontinuance
by force, of necessity
integrity, honesty
nominally
in name only, not really
cessation
stoppage, discontinuance
26 terms
Pride and Prejudice: List 4
pecuniary
inducement
profligacy
scruple
adj. relating to or in the form of money
n. something that gives you a reason for doing something that…
n. recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resources…
v. (intrans.) to be unwilling to do something because you thi…
pecuniary
adj. relating to or in the form of money
inducement
n. something that gives you a reason for doing something that…
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocab #4
Dilatory
Augmented
Defer
Copse
Tending to delay... Adjective
Added, additional... Adjective
Postpone... Verb
Thicket of small trees... Noun
Dilatory
Tending to delay... Adjective
Augmented
Added, additional... Adjective
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary #4
dilatory
augmented
defer
copse
adjective- tending to delay
adjective- added, additional
verb-postpone
noun-thicket of small trees
dilatory
adjective- tending to delay
augmented
adjective- added, additional
13 terms
Pride and Prejudice V4
Abhorrence (n.)
Solemnity (n.)
Perverse (adj.)
Entail (n.)
A feeling of repulsion or disgust.... He was abhorred to see he…
A state of being serious and dignified.... The solemnity of the…
Acting out in a certain unacceptable way on purpose.... His per…
An inheritance of property.... Mr. Collins got the entail on Mr…
Abhorrence (n.)
A feeling of repulsion or disgust.... He was abhorred to see he…
Solemnity (n.)
A state of being serious and dignified.... The solemnity of the…
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
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…
25 terms
Pride and Prejudice pt.4
Avarice
Effusion
Discernible
Ostentatious
Extreme greed for material wealth
An unrestrained expression of emotion
Capable of being seen or heard
Intended to impress others
Avarice
Extreme greed for material wealth
Effusion
An unrestrained expression of emotion
54 terms
Pride and Prejudice !!
discretion
amend
felicity
indignation
Ability or power to decide responsibly
to change in order to correct
happiness; bliss
Anger as a result of something unjust
discretion
Ability or power to decide responsibly
amend
to change in order to correct
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice Page 4
invalid
laconic
mirth
obliged
a person who is too sick to get out of bed
polite
joy
forced
invalid
a person who is too sick to get out of bed
laconic
polite
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice page 4
invalid
laconic
mirth
obliged
A person who is too sick to get out of bed
polite
joy
forced
invalid
A person who is too sick to get out of bed
laconic
polite
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice (page 4)
Invalid
Laconic
Mirth
Obliged
A person who is too sick to get out of bed
Polite
Joy
Forced
Invalid
A person who is too sick to get out of bed
Laconic
Polite
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