Flashcards in Jane Eyre vocab chaps 20-28 Deck (20):
Lacking the ability or strength to move; lacking vigor; inactive.
A person's manner of walking; the paces of an animal.
A person's look or manner, especially one of a particular kind indicating their character or mood.
Having knowledge or being aware of.
A limited region around a particular area; vicinity.
The ability to make good judgements and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain.
Be vivacious and enthusiastic.
Inability to pay one's debts.
Holding firmly to an opinion or a course of action.
Unable to be destroyed; lasting.
Of or relating to marriage or the relationship between husband and wife.
A licentious, dissolute person; recklessly extravagant or wasteful in use of resources.
Impossible to stop or prevent; (of a person) impossible to persuade by request or entreaty.
A forcefully reproachful protest; an earnest presentation of reasons for opposition or grievance.
Harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant.
Refuse to accept or be associated with; deny the truth or validity of; refuse to fulfill or discharge (an agreement, obligation, or debt).
Not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
A person dedicated to sensual enjoyment; a person who cultivates refined taste (for something, especially food and drink [wine]).