abatement
lessening
abhorrence
extreme dislike, aversion
ablution
the act of washing
acrimony
bitter hatred
actuated
moved into action
alacrity
speed, eagerness
alleviate
to soothe
alluded
hinted to
amiss
badly
apace
rapidly
asperity
harshness
availed
took advantage
avowal
declaration
beaux
dandy
brittle
fragile
brooking
tolerating
celerity
speed
cogent
convincing
commendation
praise
commiseration
pity
complacency
pleasure
connubial
conjugal
construed
interpreted
contrive
bring about
copse
thicket, cluster of a few small trees and/or bushes
covies
small flock of birds
curtailed
shorten
dawdled
hung around
deaden
diminish
deference
great respect
despicably
meanly
desponding
giving up
diffidence
lack of confidence
dilatory
slow
ductility
easily influenced
effusion
unrestrained expression of emotion
encroaching
appropriating
entailed
determined hereditary successor
entreaties
appeals, solicitations
ere
before
err
making a mistake
expostulation
comment meant to reproof
forbearance
tolerance, patience under provocation
fortnight
two weeks
frisks
small playful jumps
gamester
gambler
grossest
biggest
hackneyed
repeated too often
headstrong
stubborn, obstinate
hither
to here
illiberal
vulgar
incumbrance
burden
incurred
brought upon herself
inducement
incentive
infliction
wrongdoing, misconduct
iniquitous
infamous, unfair
intreat
ancient spelling of entreat: implore
inured
accustomed
invectives
violent reproach
irksome
disagreeable, bothersome
jot
smallest bit
laudable
admirable
licentiousness
lack of moral, of restraint, particularly in sexual conduct
love-making
courtship (as opposed to the modern, sexual meaning)
manifold
many and varied
mortification
embarrassment, shame
nettled
upset, vexed
obsequiousness
submissiveness
obtruded
imposed
ostentation
pretentious
paddock
a closed area where horses or other livestock are kept
paling
fence
palliation
appeasement, consolation
paltry
cheap, despicable
panegyric
speech for public praises of something or someone
partake
share
peevish
discontented, sulky
perusal
reading
piano-forte
old term for piano
pliancy
easily modified
precluding
prevent, make impossible
preferment
promotion, advancement
probity
honesty, righteousness, integrity
propensity
tendency
publish
to make public
purport
purpose, intention
rail
criticize bitterly
raptures
extreme happiness in something
repine
lament, regret
replete
full
requited
reimbursed
sallied
going quickly
sanguine
optimistic
scrape
embarrassing situation
se'night
a week (seven nights)
sedateness
solemnity
shrewish
bad-tempered, irritable
shrubbery
group of small bushes
simpers
to smile coyly
slighted
ignored
slyness
craftiness, deviousness
smirks
sly smile
solace
comfort, consolation
squeamish
easily disgusted, frightened
stanzas
verses of a poem, of a song
steadfast
fixed
strenuously
strongly, vigorously
strictures
severe criticisms
supercilious
display of arrogant pride
superseded
replaced, set aside
surmise
guess
thither
to that place
threadbare
banal, commonplace
thwarted
hindered, foiled, disappointed
to accede
to accept
to appertain
to belong
to demean
to humble
to dissemble
to feign ignorance
tractable
obedient, compliant
transient
passing with time
trifling
insignificant, unimportant
turnpike
a toll road and / or the gate placed on the road until the toll is paid
unabashed
not embarrassed or ashamed
unabated
undiminished
unavailing
futile, vain
upbraided
reproved angrily
upstart
arrogant
vindication
justification
vouchsafed
condescended to give
wantonly
gratuitously, unjustly