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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
65 terms
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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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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AP English: Pride and Prejudice ch. 11-16
diffuseness
implacable
propensity
propitious
characterized by wordiness
not to be appeased
natural inclination or tendency
favorable; a good chance of success
diffuseness
characterized by wordiness
implacable
not to be appeased
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Pride and Prejudice Vocab: Mrs. Daugherty English 11
mercenary
supercilious
propensity
tractable
n: person primarily concerned with material reward at expense…
adj: behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior…
n: an inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particul…
adj: easy to control; easy to deal with
mercenary
n: person primarily concerned with material reward at expense…
supercilious
adj: behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior…
65 terms
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
68 terms
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
94 terms
English Pride and Prejudice
Mr. Bennet
Mrs. Bennet
Jane
Elizabeth
thought of as not being the best father, very sassy, some ppl…
cray about marriage, sister is mrs. phillips, brother is mr.…
very pretty, like understands how minds think, always willing…
quick witter, headstrong very opinionated, falls in love with…
Mr. Bennet
thought of as not being the best father, very sassy, some ppl…
Mrs. Bennet
cray about marriage, sister is mrs. phillips, brother is mr.…
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
simpleton
veracity
decorum
approbation
a person deficient in judgement; fool
adherence to the truth; truthfulness
appropriateness of behavior; conversations of behavior
approval; praise
simpleton
a person deficient in judgement; fool
veracity
adherence to the truth; truthfulness
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English, pride and prejudice
pompous
concieted
caprice
gentry
affectedly grand, self important
excessively proud of oneself, vain
given to a sudden change of mood or behaviour
inherited land/property: did not work
pompous
affectedly grand, self important
concieted
excessively proud of oneself, vain
15 terms
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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Pride and Prejudice 11-20
reproof
commendation
abominable
condescend
the act of criticizing or correcting
the act of praising or approving
deserving scorn; hateful
to assume a superior manner
reproof
the act of criticizing or correcting
commendation
the act of praising or approving
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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 quotes
His pride does not offend me so much a…
It is a truth universally acknowledged…
She is tolerable, but not handsome eno…
Happiness in marriage is entirely a ma…
Charlotte Lucas, pride quote, c5
Marriage and prejudice quote, c1
Darcy, pride quote, c3
Charlotte Lucas, marriage quote, c6
His pride does not offend me so much a…
Charlotte Lucas, pride quote, c5
It is a truth universally acknowledged…
Marriage and prejudice quote, c1
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English - Pride and Prejudice chronology
Chapter 1 ~ 4
Chapter 5 ~ 7
Chapter 8 ~ 9
Chapter 10
Bingley moves into Netherfield Park and hosted a ball. Darcy…
Bennets learnt with Lucas family that Bingley spoke highly of…
Lizzie dislikes Bingley sisters as they laugh at Lizzie's rel…
In the talks with Darcy Lizzie suggested a friend's opinion i…
Chapter 1 ~ 4
Bingley moves into Netherfield Park and hosted a ball. Darcy…
Chapter 5 ~ 7
Bennets learnt with Lucas family that Bingley spoke highly of…
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Pride and Prejudice---Chapter 11
profession [prə'feʃ(ə)n]
considerable [kən'sɪd(ə)rəb(ə)l]
entertainment [entə'teɪnm(ə)nt]
anecdote ['ænɪkdəʊt]
n.宣称
a.相当(大)的
n.文娱节目
n.趣闻
profession [prə'feʃ(ə)n]
n.宣称
considerable [kən'sɪd(ə)rəb(ə)l]
a.相当(大)的
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Pride and Prejudice : English : Mylonas
Jane Austen
Steventon
1775
First Impressions
The author of Pride and Prejudice.
Jane Austen was born in ___________, England.
Jane was Austen was born in the year __________.
Pride and Prejudice was originally called this.
Jane Austen
The author of Pride and Prejudice.
Steventon
Jane Austen was born in ___________, England.
68 terms
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 Words 1-11
Mean
Scrupulous
Hypocritical
Ingenious
Dull, inferior
Acting in strict regard for what is right and proper
Assuming a false appearance of virtue
Showing aptitude for discovering and inventing; clever
Mean
Dull, inferior
Scrupulous
Acting in strict regard for what is right and proper
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Pride and Prejudice Vocab 11-20
Implacable
Propitious
Destitute
Affability
(adj.) not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding
adj. presenting favorable circumstances
(adj.) deprived of the necessities of life; lacking in
sociability; friendliness; a readiness to chat
Implacable
(adj.) not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding
Propitious
adj. presenting favorable circumstances
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English Pride and Prejudice characters
second daughter of Mr. Bennet, smartes…
wealthy man, nephew of Lady Catherine…
Eldest and most beautiful of the Benne…
Darcy's wealthy best friend. Owns Neth…
Elizabeth Bennet
Fitzwilliam Darcy
Jane Bennet
Mr. Charles Bingley
second daughter of Mr. Bennet, smartes…
Elizabeth Bennet
wealthy man, nephew of Lady Catherine…
Fitzwilliam Darcy
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
Acrimony
celerity
derision
diffidence
cheerful readiness (n)
rapidity of motion or action (n)
the use of ridicule or scorn to show contempt (n)
the quality of lacking self-confidence (n)
Acrimony
cheerful readiness (n)
celerity
rapidity of motion or action (n)
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English Pride and Prejudice
Scruple
Alacrity
assiduous
supercilious
A moral or ethical consideration or standard that acts as a r…
cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness
constant in application or effort; working diligently at a ta…
haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a facial…
Scruple
A moral or ethical consideration or standard that acts as a r…
Alacrity
cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness
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English Vocabulary; Pride and Prejudice
caprice
solace
emphatic
tumult
sudden whim or fancy
to comfort during grief
uttered with emphasis
violent uproar
caprice
sudden whim or fancy
solace
to comfort during grief
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English 3 - Pride and Prejudice vocab
fulsome
quixotic
prognosticate
auspicate
excessively flattering
chivalrous or romantic to a ridiculous or extravagant degree
to predict or foretell a future event
to initiate with ceremonies calculated to ensure good luck
fulsome
excessively flattering
quixotic
chivalrous or romantic to a ridiculous or extravagant degree
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English Pride and Prejudice
It is a _____ ___________ ____________…
"She is _________; but not ________ __…
_________ ...had a ______, playful ___…
"Happiness in ________ is entirely a m…
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in…
"She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me..."
Elizabeth ...had a lively, playful disposition, which delight…
"Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance"
It is a _____ ___________ ____________…
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in…
"She is _________; but not ________ __…
"She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me..."
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pride and prejudice 1-11
abate
acquiesce
acrimonious
acuity
to reduce in intensity
to comply
caustic
sharpness of perception
abate
to reduce in intensity
acquiesce
to comply
15 terms
English Pride and Prejudice
Bellicose
Finesse
Glib
Lampoon
Demonstrating aggretion and willingness to fight
Intricate and refined delicacy
Fluent and voluble but insincere and shallow
Publicly criticize by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm
Bellicose
Demonstrating aggretion and willingness to fight
Finesse
Intricate and refined delicacy
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
fastidious
panegyric
ductile
supercilious
hard to please
formal or elaborate praise
able to be drawn out
unpleasantly proud
fastidious
hard to please
panegyric
formal or elaborate praise
15 terms
English Vocab Pride and Prejudice
Fastidious (adj)
Disposition (noun)
Commendation (noun)
insupportable
hard to please
a frame of mind/one's nature
the act of praising/recommending
unbearable/unendurable
Fastidious (adj)
hard to please
Disposition (noun)
a frame of mind/one's nature
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English Vocab Pride and Prejudice
Vex
Deign
Rapture
Ingenious
V. to irritate; annoy; provoke... His noisy neighbors often vexe…
V. To think fit or in accordance with one's dignity; condesce…
N. ecstatic joy or delight; joyful ecstasy-- When Justin prop…
Adj. Characterized by cleverness or originality of invention…
Vex
V. to irritate; annoy; provoke... His noisy neighbors often vexe…
Deign
V. To think fit or in accordance with one's dignity; condesce…
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ENGLISH PRIDE AND PREJUDICE VOCAB
scrupulous (adj)
circumspection (n.)
tumult (n.)
supposition (n.)
extremely conscientious, attentive to small points
caution, prudence, discretion, tact
commotion (as of a crowd), violent uproar
assumption, that which is supposed
scrupulous (adj)
extremely conscientious, attentive to small points
circumspection (n.)
caution, prudence, discretion, tact
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English vocab Pride and prejudice
Scrupulous
Caprice
Surmise
Fastidious
Painstakingly careful to do what is right
A sudden impulsive action
To suppose based on slight evidence n. A guess
Hard to please, fussy
Scrupulous
Painstakingly careful to do what is right
Caprice
A sudden impulsive action
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
supercillious
pedantic
insipid
propitious
proudly disdainful; snobbish
academically snobbish; showy in one's learning
dull, flavorless
advantageous
supercillious
proudly disdainful; snobbish
pedantic
academically snobbish; showy in one's learning
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
ductility
supercilious
panegyric
asperity
able to undergo change of form without breaking
behaving or looking as though one thinks is superior to others
a public speech or published text in praise of someone or som…
harshness or sharpness of tone, temper, or manner
ductility
able to undergo change of form without breaking
supercilious
behaving or looking as though one thinks is superior to others
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English. Pride and Prejudice.
SYMBOLS
Dowry / inheritance
Marriage
Letters
...
Power
Social position, safety, security
True emotion
SYMBOLS
...
Dowry / inheritance
Power
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english vocab pride and prejudice
folly
fortnight
gallantry
humility
foolish; foolish act, idea
two weeks
bravery; devotion to women; polite act or speech
humbleness; meekness
folly
foolish; foolish act, idea
fortnight
two weeks
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English Vocab Pride and Prejudice
Discretion
Amend
Amiable
Former/latter
noun - the ability to decide according to one's own choice
verb - to remove or correct faults
adj - having or showing good-natured qualities
noun - former refers to the first of two, later refers to the…
Discretion
noun - the ability to decide according to one's own choice
Amend
verb - to remove or correct faults
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English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
Caprice
Circumspection
Supercilious
Pedantic
A sudden impulse, whim, or unmotivated change of mind
circumspect observation or action; caution; prudence
Haughty and disdainful
Excessively concerned with book learning and formal rules
Caprice
A sudden impulse, whim, or unmotivated change of mind
Circumspection
circumspect observation or action; caution; prudence
38 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
Posterity
Eclat
Languor
Repine
Succeeding or future generations collectivity... All descendants…
Brilliance of success, reputation... Showy or elaborate display…
Lack of energy or vitality... Sluggishness... Physical weakness
To be fretfully discontented... Complaint
Posterity
Succeeding or future generations collectivity... All descendants…
Eclat
Brilliance of success, reputation... Showy or elaborate display…
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English ( Pride and Prejudice)
Verbal
Situational
Dramatic
satire
When a person sayd or writes one thing but means another
Literary device that occurs when incongruity appears between…
This occurs when the audience knows something the characters…
pokes fun at an aspect of society
Verbal
When a person sayd or writes one thing but means another
Situational
Literary device that occurs when incongruity appears between…
14 terms
English Pride and Prejudice vocab
Trifling
Brevity
Profligate
Sanguine
Of little significance
Shortness
Wasteful; extravagant
Cheerfully confident; optimistic
Trifling
Of little significance
Brevity
Shortness
16 terms
english pride and prejudice vocab
countenance
propriety
officious
indignation
the face
morals or rules of appropriate behavior
interfering, asserting authority in an annoying way
anger
countenance
the face
propriety
morals or rules of appropriate behavior
14 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
Rectitude
Supercilious
Mortify
Asperity
Noun- The quality of being morally correct or true in judgeme…
Adj.- Behaving as though one is superior to others.
Verb- To cause one to be ashamed or embarrassed.
Noun- Harshness in tone or temper.
Rectitude
Noun- The quality of being morally correct or true in judgeme…
Supercilious
Adj.- Behaving as though one is superior to others.
15 terms
English pride and prejudice
Bellicose
contumely
Petulance
Pedantic
demistating, aggression and willingness to fight
insulting language or treatment
being childish, sulky, or bad tempered
trying to be/ act smart when you really are not
Bellicose
demistating, aggression and willingness to fight
contumely
insulting language or treatment
10 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocab
supercilious (adj.)
pedantic (adj.)
insipid (adj.)
propitious (adj.)
proudly disdainful; snobbish
academically snobbish; showy in one's learning
dull
advantageous
supercilious (adj.)
proudly disdainful; snobbish
pedantic (adj.)
academically snobbish; showy in one's learning
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Vocab English pride and prejudice
Fastidious
Pedantic
Ductility
Insipidity
Excessivily particular critical or demanding hard to please
Ostentatious in ones learning overly concerned with minute de…
Capable of being molded or shaped
Without distinctive interesting or stimulating qualities
Fastidious
Excessivily particular critical or demanding hard to please
Pedantic
Ostentatious in ones learning overly concerned with minute de…
25 terms
English Pride and Prejudice Vocabulary
scrupulous
caprice
solace
deign
having ethical or moral principles
a sudden desire
the comfort felt when consoled in times of disappointment
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
scrupulous
having ethical or moral principles
caprice
a sudden desire
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English; Pride and prejudice
disposition
vex
indulgent
nominal
(n) a person's general or natural mood; tendency
(v.) to confuse or annoy
(adj.) yielding to the wishes or demands of others
(adj.) existing in name only, not real; too small to be consi…
disposition
(n) a person's general or natural mood; tendency
vex
(v.) to confuse or annoy
74 terms
English - Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth - Good Looking
Elizabeth - Independant
Elizabeth - Resilient
Elizabeth - Good sense of humor
"It would not be easy, indeed, to catch their expression"
"She then ran gaily off"
"Elizabeth felt all the impertinence of her questions, but an…
"I dearly love a laugh"
Elizabeth - Good Looking
"It would not be easy, indeed, to catch their expression"
Elizabeth - Independant
"She then ran gaily off"
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