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The Count of Monte Cristo Vocabulary Chapters 9-12
Adjective Never ceasing Incessant
Adjective Huge Titanic
Noun Thoughtful Pensiveness
Noun Rule of conduct Maxim
Noun Reputation due to something chocking or criminal (Bad reputation) Infamy
Verb To fake To represent fictitiously Feign
Verb To annoy, to agitate Perturbed
Verb Evidence to cause suspicion or guilt Incriminate
Noun Daydream Reverie
Verb Gave up Accept Resigned
Adjective Very concentrated attention Assiduous
Noun Books or books of prayer, hymns, “personal library”- religious contents Breviary
Verb Stuttering due to emotion Stammered
Noun Fire place Hearth (pronounced harth)
Verb To wonder off; to digress (depart, stray, deviate) To move without restraint Expatiate
Noun A drink Usually medicinal Draught (draft)
Adjective Speckled Sprinkled Flecked
Adjective Exactly the right moment Propitious
Adverb Jerky, trembling manner Convulsively
Verb To give something to by way of compensation Recompense
Adjective In a dangerous position; should handle with care Precarious
Adjective Completely uninhibited (abandoned) Unhampered
Adjective Very stormy Temper-laden (emotional, passionate, uncontrolled) Tempestuous [ tem-pes-choo-uhs]
Verb To win a point Evinced (long e)
Noun Deep seated dislike- enemy Hostility Hatred Enmity
Troubled (aggravated, irritated) Vexed
Noun Public officer who does wills Notary
Noun Sudden impulse (impulses, quirks, whims) Do things without thought Caprices [kuh-prees]
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