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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
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…
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
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Pride and Prejudice
circumspection
conjecturing
boisterously
rectitude
careful to consider all circumstances and possible consequences
an opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidence
rough and noisy; noisily jolly or rowdy; clamorous; unrestrai…
rightness of principle or conduct; moral virtue
circumspection
careful to consider all circumstances and possible consequences
conjecturing
an opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidence
12 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth
Darcy
Lydia
Bingley
...
...
...
...
Elizabeth
...
Darcy
...
Pride and Prejudice
empty-headed
dare
be acquainted
acquaintance
stupid, fool
say or do something not suitable and unusual
be known
new meeting
empty-headed
stupid, fool
dare
say or do something not suitable and unusual
42 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Bennet residence
Darcy's aunt
" Oh, you are a great deal too apt, yo…
"I declare after all there is no enjoy…
Longbourne
Lady Catherine
Elizabeth
Caroline Bingley
Bennet residence
Longbourne
Darcy's aunt
Lady Catherine
53 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Where do the Bennets Live?
What is the name of the Bennet estate?
With whom does Lydia go to Brighton?
Who is the governess who betrays Georg…
Hertfordshire
Longburn
Mrs.Forster
Miss. Younge
Where do the Bennets Live?
Hertfordshire
What is the name of the Bennet estate?
Longburn
Pride and Prejudice
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
25 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Scrupulous
Caprice
Circumspection
Emphatic
Extremely attentive to detail
A sudden, unpredictable change
Observatin or action
Using emphasis in speech; aggressive speech
Scrupulous
Extremely attentive to detail
Caprice
A sudden, unpredictable change
Pride and Prejudice
Lydia:Truly, an assembled ball is a pa…
Mr Lucas: Wit, sir. Wit indeed.
Lydia:You waste the ball in idle chatt…
Bingley: The honor I believe to be mine.
Occupied as you are in observing Mr. Bingley's attentions to…
Do you not notice that Mr. Darcy seems always on the fringes…
Note him.
It seems Jane quite admires Mr. Bingley.
Lydia:Truly, an assembled ball is a pa…
Occupied as you are in observing Mr. Bingley's attentions to…
Mr Lucas: Wit, sir. Wit indeed.
Do you not notice that Mr. Darcy seems always on the fringes…
105 terms
pride and prejudice
countenance
gratitude
acquainted
fortnight
A person's face or facial expression
(n.) appreciation, thankfulness
made familiar with
2 weeks
countenance
A person's face or facial expression
gratitude
(n.) appreciation, thankfulness
30 terms
Pride and prejudice
Literary period
Romantic period
Romantic scholars
Questioning authority (characteristic)
Romanticism 1798-1832
Time of nature inspired poetry, political questioning, and in…
Attribute the onset of the period to Wordsworth and Coleridge…
German tradition, features a suffering main character of poet…
Literary period
Romanticism 1798-1832
Romantic period
Time of nature inspired poetry, political questioning, and in…
Pride and Prejudice
scrupulous
caprice
boast
solace
having ethical or moral principles
a sudden desire
to talk with too much pride about something that you have or…
the comfort felt when consoled in times of disappointment
scrupulous
having ethical or moral principles
caprice
a sudden desire
Pride and Prejudice
The boy's ---------- behavior when he…
The girl felt a ------- to dance with…
She took her grandmother's death hard,…
The rich executive wouldn't ------ to…
scrupulous
caprice
solace
deign
The boy's ---------- behavior when he…
scrupulous
The girl felt a ------- to dance with…
caprice
Pride and Prejudice
Disconcert
Haste
Felicity
Contrivance
Disturb the composure of; unsettle, baffle, dismay, startle,…
Hurry; accelerate; rush; excessive speed or urgency of action
Intense happiness, bliss
A thing that is created skillfully and inventively to serve a…
Disconcert
Disturb the composure of; unsettle, baffle, dismay, startle,…
Haste
Hurry; accelerate; rush; excessive speed or urgency of action
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Pride and Prejudice
Droll
Patronizing
Bantering
Facetious
curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement
treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
talk or exchange remarks in a good-humored teasing way
treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor…
Droll
curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement
Patronizing
treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of sup…
116 terms
Pride and Prejudice
scrupulous
caprice
boast
solace
having ethical or moral principles
a sudden desire
to talk with too much pride about something that you have or…
the comfort felt when consoled in times of disappointment
scrupulous
having ethical or moral principles
caprice
a sudden desire
Pride and Prejudice
Archly
Censure
Disconcerted
Entail
brashly; mischievously
disapproval
thrown into confusion
to limit the inheritance of property to specific line of heirs
Archly
brashly; mischievously
Censure
disapproval
40 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Jane
Elizabeth
Mrs. Bennet
Mr. Bennet
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. Has this innate goodness to…
She challenges gender stereotypes for her time and does a per…
She truly does love and care for her daughters, wanting what…
Elizabeth is his favorite out of his daughters. He thinks she…
Jane
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. Has this innate goodness to…
Elizabeth
She challenges gender stereotypes for her time and does a per…
Pride and Prejudice
possession
chaise
tiresome
over-scrupulous
the condition of having or owning something.... n. The having, h…
(n) a long chair, for reclining | a light, open carriage, usu…
causing you to feel bored, annoyed, or impatient
too meticulous
possession
the condition of having or owning something.... n. The having, h…
chaise
(n) a long chair, for reclining | a light, open carriage, usu…
37 terms
Pride and Prejudice
chaise
scrupulous
caprice
circumspection
a light, open carriage, usually with a hood, especially a one…
minutely careful, precise, or exact
a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind or the weath…
observation
chaise
a light, open carriage, usually with a hood, especially a one…
scrupulous
minutely careful, precise, or exact
Pride and Prejudice
possession
nonsense
flatter
scrupulous
(n) the act of having and controlling property. ... The portrait…
(n) a message that seems to convey no meaning.... It's just comm…
(v) lavish compliments on, especially in order to further one…
(adj) having scruples; arising from a sense of right and wron…
possession
(n) the act of having and controlling property. ... The portrait…
nonsense
(n) a message that seems to convey no meaning.... It's just comm…
Pride and Prejudice
Entailment
Courting
Pride
Prejudice
: a legal arrangement designed to keep land/property in the f…
is the period in a couple's relationship which precedes their…
a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's…
preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual ex…
Entailment
: a legal arrangement designed to keep land/property in the f…
Courting
is the period in a couple's relationship which precedes their…
42 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Personification
Allusion
Simile
Hyperbole
Giving an inanimate object humanlike qualities
Referencing something else, especially another work of litera…
A comparison using the words like or as
Overexaggeration
Personification
Giving an inanimate object humanlike qualities
Allusion
Referencing something else, especially another work of litera…
37 terms
Pride and Prejudice
godseieraristokratiet
oppriktig
bønn, appell
stolthet
landed gentry
candid
plea
pride
godseieraristokratiet
landed gentry
oppriktig
candid
21 terms
Pride and prejudice
stout
vague
inclination
sonnet
adj. (of a person) somewhat fat or of heavy build.... adj. (of a…
adj. of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning.
n. a person's natural tendency or urge to act or feel in a pa…
n. a poem of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal r…
stout
adj. (of a person) somewhat fat or of heavy build.... adj. (of a…
vague
adj. of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning.
Pride and Prejudice
untamed, noisy, wild, and fearless
Bingley's brother in law
prettiest Bennet daughter
plain and studious daughter
Lydia Bennet
Mr. Hurst
Jane Bennet
Mary Bennet
untamed, noisy, wild, and fearless
Lydia Bennet
Bingley's brother in law
Mr. Hurst
225 terms
Pride and Prejudice
scrupulous
caprice
solace
deign
extremely careful to do the precisely right, proper, or corre…
sudden, impulsive change in the way one acts
something that eases or relieves
condescend to do something beneath one's dignity
scrupulous
extremely careful to do the precisely right, proper, or corre…
caprice
sudden, impulsive change in the way one acts
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice
pursue
train (if thought)
felicity
bestow
follow
list of things thinking of in order
happiness
to give as a gift
pursue
follow
train (if thought)
list of things thinking of in order
20 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Propitious
Circumspect
Probity
Injunction
Presenting favorable circumstances
Careful, cautious
complete honesty and integriity
A judicial order forcing a person or group to refrain from do…
Propitious
Presenting favorable circumstances
Circumspect
Careful, cautious
15 terms
Pride and Prejudice
pride
prejudice
to make amends
astonishment
a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction that you have of yours…
a negative attitude toward people based on their membership i…
to put right a mistake or an injustice done to somebody
great surprise
pride
a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction that you have of yours…
prejudice
a negative attitude toward people based on their membership i…
58 terms
Pride and Prejudice Words
caprice
circumspection
ascertaining
fastidious
impulsive change of mind
prudence
discovering
meticulous; difficult to please
caprice
impulsive change of mind
circumspection
prudence
61 terms
Pride and Prejudice Chapter Summaries
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Mr Bingley moves to the area. Mr Bennet is encouraged by Mrs…
Mr Bennet visits Bingley. Bennet family discussion about him.
Bingley repays Mr Bennet's visit. Meryton ball. Bingley dance…
Bingley's financial situation. Comparison of Bingley & Darcy,…
Chapter 1
Mr Bingley moves to the area. Mr Bennet is encouraged by Mrs…
Chapter 2
Mr Bennet visits Bingley. Bennet family discussion about him.
Pride and Prejudice
insipidity
indolent
efficacy
deign
uninteresting
lazy or idle
power to produce results
condescend to do something beneath one's dignity
insipidity
uninteresting
indolent
lazy or idle
Pride and Prejudice
What should a man ultimately want once…
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
At the ball in Meryton, who does Bingl…
How does Darcy offend Elizabeth at the…
Wife
Longbourn
Jane
He refuses to dance with her
What should a man ultimately want once…
Wife
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
Longbourn
150 terms
Pride and Prejudice
Collins uses lady Catherine as an imag…
Lady Catherine believes herself to be…
Lady C is impatient
Lady C shows her power and control
"The power of displaying the grandeur of his patroness"
"She likes to have the distinction of her rank preserved"
"Objected to be kept waiting"
"Respective and sensible woman"
Collins uses lady Catherine as an imag…
"The power of displaying the grandeur of his patroness"
Lady Catherine believes herself to be…
"She likes to have the distinction of her rank preserved"
18 terms
Pride and Prejudice
What should a man ultimately want once…
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
At the ball in Meryton, who does Bingl…
How does Darcy offend Elizabeth at the…
Wife
Longbourn
Jane
He refuses to dance with her
What should a man ultimately want once…
Wife
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
Longbourn
23 terms
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
Pride and Prejudice
What should a man ultimately want once…
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
At the ball in Meryton, who does Bingl…
How does Darcy offend Elizabeth at the…
Wife
Longbourn
Jane
He refuses to dance with her
What should a man ultimately want once…
Wife
Which village do the Bennet's live in?
Longbourn
25 terms
Pride and Prejudice Character List
Elizabeth Bennet
Fitzwilliam Darcy
Jane Bennet
Charles Bingley
The heroine in the book, she can be very prejudiced. She is v…
The hero of the book, he introduces himself as a very proud d…
Elizabeth's elder and most adored sister. She is very beautif…
Fitzwilliam's best friend, he is very agreeable and friendly.…
Elizabeth Bennet
The heroine in the book, she can be very prejudiced. She is v…
Fitzwilliam Darcy
The hero of the book, he introduces himself as a very proud d…
6 terms
Pride and Prejudice Estates
Rosings
Hunsford
Netherfield
Longbourn
Lady Catherine
Mr. Collins
Bingleys
Bennets
Rosings
Lady Catherine
Hunsford
Mr. Collins
Pride and Prejudice
acquiesce
acrimony
affability
circumspection
(v) to agree or consent to; to give in
(n) bitterness or ill feeling
(n) friendliness, openness, and approachability; amiable ease…
(n) caution; wariness of taking risks
acquiesce
(v) to agree or consent to; to give in
acrimony
(n) bitterness or ill feeling
15 terms
RAHS EL 5 Pride and Prejudice
accomplished
ball
considerate
disdain
very successful and skillful in certain things (like art, mus…
a grand formal dance
thoughtful; careful not to hurt other people's feelings
to show superiority or dislike to others
accomplished
very successful and skillful in certain things (like art, mus…
ball
a grand formal dance
17 terms
Pride and Prejudice
acknowledge
(internationally) acknowledged (writer…
object (objection) to (smth/doing smth)
scrupulous
признавать
(всемирно) признанный (писатель, музыкант)
возражать (возражение) против (чего-либо)
щепетильный
acknowledge
признавать
(internationally) acknowledged (writer…
(всемирно) признанный (писатель, музыкант)
Pride and Prejudice
scrupulous
caprice
boast
solace
having ethical or moral principles
a sudden desire
to talk with too much pride about something that you have or…
the comfort felt when consoled in times of disappointment
scrupulous
having ethical or moral principles
caprice
a sudden desire
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
Neighbourhood
Flatter
over- scrupulous
so odd
Barrio
Halagar
Escrupuloso
Extraño
Neighbourhood
Barrio
Flatter
Halagar
pride and prejudice
wise
hard to please: critical
efficacy
behavior
prudent
fastidious
effectiveness
deportment
wise
prudent
hard to please: critical
fastidious
25 terms
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
BLIND
ARGUE
AVAILABLE
CARRIAGE
unable to see
(v) to give reasons why you think that sth is right / wrong,…
ready for use, at hand
a vehicle with wheels that is pulled by horses, especially on…
BLIND
unable to see
ARGUE
(v) to give reasons why you think that sth is right / wrong,…
Pride and Prejudice
merely (adj.)
unaffected (adj.)
forbidding (adj.)
reserved (adj.)
simply, only as specified and nothing more
unpretentious, sincere, genuine
grim, unfriendly, hostile, sinister
formal or self-restrained; kept or set apart for a specific p…
merely (adj.)
simply, only as specified and nothing more
unaffected (adj.)
unpretentious, sincere, genuine
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