By Jane Austen
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Netting: compensation monétaire de groupe. notion: notion, idée. pocketbook: livre de poche. pretty: joli, mignon, aimable, bath, assez. scold: réprimander, gronder, admonester, sommer, exhorter, sermonner, reprendre, reprocher. skeleton: squelette, ossature, charpente. sweet: doux, sucré, bonbon, suave, friandise, gentil, dessert. twelve: douze. veil: voile, voiler. vexed: chagrina, chagrinai, chagrinâmes, chagrinas, chagrinâtes, chagriné, chagrinèrent, vexé, vexâtes, vexas, vexèrent. wild: sauvage.
Inch: pouce. informing: informant, renseignant. lazy: paresseux, fainéant. liked: aimé. requisites: fournitures. rudiments: abc, alphabet. sang: chantas, chantâtes, chantèrent, chantâmes, chanta, chantai. scolding: réprimande, grondeur. seized: saisit, saisîtes, saisis, saisîmes, saisirent, saisi, agrippa, agrippèrent, agrippas, agrippâmes, agrippai. speedy: prompt, rapide, prochain. spirits: spiritueux. stir: remuer, émouvoir, affecter, battre, vigueur, faire tournoyer, agitation, agiter, bouger.
She liked him the better for being a clergyman, “for she must confess herself very partial to the profession”; and something like a sigh escaped her as she said it. Perhaps Catherine was wrong in not demanding the cause of that gentle emotion -- but she was not experienced enough in the finesse of love, or the duties of friendship, to know when delicate raillery was properly called for, or when a confidence should be forced. Mrs. Allen was now quite happy -- quite satisfied with Bath. She had found some acquaintance, had been so lucky too as to find in them the family of a most worthy old friend; and, as the completion of good fortune, had found these friends by no means so expensively dressed as herself.