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Vocabulary for Volume 3 Chapters 5-8

By Jane Austen PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Be ready to answer some questions! Try your best and good luck!

Volume 3: Chapter 5 • Hackney: a horse or pony of a light breed with a high-stepping trot, used in harness; a horse-drawn vehicle kept for hire • Expeditiously: efficiently: with efficiency; in an efficient manner • Indolence: avoidance of activity or exertion; laziness • Frivolous: not having any serious purpose or value • Susceptibility: the state or fact of being likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing • Profligate: recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resources; a licentious, dissolute person • Insinuating: suggest or hint (something bad or reprehensible) in an indirect and unpleasant way • Forbearance: patient self-control; restraint and tolerance

 Ensue: happen or occur afterward or as a result  Caper: skip or dance about in a lively or playful way; a playful skipping movement  Frisks: an act of frisking someone; a playful skip or leap  Vestibule: an antechamber, hall, or lobby next to the outer door of a building  Sanguine: optimistic or positive, esp. in an apparently bad or difficult situation  Invectives: vituperation: abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will  Contrive: create or bring about (an object or a situation) by deliberate use of skill and artifice  Seclusion: the state of being private and away from other people  Postilions: a person who rides the leading left-hand horse of a team or pair drawing a coach or carriage, esp. when there is no coachman VOLUME3:CHAPTER5

Volume 3: Chapter 6 •Alleviate •Licentiousness •Injurious •Heinous •Philosophic • causing or likely to cause damage or harm • of or relating to philosophy or philosophers • make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe • (of a person or wrongful act, esp. a crime) utterly odious or wicked • the quality of being lewd and lascivious (lewd: crude and offensive in a sexual way; lascivious: feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire) Words Definitions Match the words to its corresponding definitions. Good Luck!

Volume3:Chapter7 Q1) A small group of trees a. obstinate b. exuberance c. copse Q2) A lightweight, closely woven white linen or cotton fabric a. calico b. cambric c. exuberance Q3) Stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so a. obstinate b. exuberance c. calico Q4) The quality of being full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness; ebullience a. copse b. obstinate c. exuberance Q5) Printed cotton fabric a. cambric b. calico c. copse

Volume 3: Chapter 8 1) Approbation is an approval or praise. TRUE or FALSE 2) Connubial is the rejection with disdain or contempt. TRUE or FALSE 3) Indolence is the relating to marriage or the relationship of husband and wife; conjugal. TRUE or FALSE 4) Purport is to appear or claim to be or do something, especially falsely; profess. TRUE or FALSE 5) Spurned is the avoidance or exertion; laziness. TRUE or FALSE

CheckyourAnswers Chapter 6 Answers:  Alleviate: make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe  Licentiousness: the quality of being lewd and lascivious (lewd: crude and offensive in a sexual way; lascivious: feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire)  Injurious: causing or likely to cause damage or harm  Heinous: (of a person or wrongful act, esp. a crime) utterly odious or wicked  Philosophic: of or relating to philosophy or philosophers Chapter 7 Answers: 1. Copse 2. Cambric 3. Obstinate 4. Exuberance 5. calico Chapter 8 Answers: 1. True 2. False (right answer: spurned) 3. False (right answer: connubial) 4. True 5. False (right answer: indolence)

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