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ANTONYMS: (adj) fickle, loose, slack, surrendering, unattached, weak, compliant, yielding, malleable. tolerable: (adj) passable, mediocre, bearable, fair, middling, reasonable, adequate, respectable, endurable, sufferable; (adj, v) satisfactory. ANTONYMS: (adj) intolerable, exceptional, unbearable, unsatisfactory, bad, inadequate, appalling, inadmissible. Jane Austen 45 doubts her right to have precedence of mamma, but it would be more becoming in her not to be always insisting on it. " How was Anne to set all these matters to rights?
She had little hope of success; but Elizabeth, who in the event of such a reverse would be so much more to be pitied than herself, should never, she thought, have reason to reproach her for giving no warning. Thesaurus affront: (n, v) insult, abuse, outrage, slight, snub; (v) face, offend; (n) disgrace, slur, offense, mortification. ANTONYMS: (n, v) praise; (v) please, placate, mollify, gratify, flatter, assuage, appease, adulate; (n) pleasantry, appeasement. aggravation: (n) deterioration, irritation, bother, heightening, exacerbation, annoyance, harassment, aggrandizement, aggression, botheration, complication.
Self-denying: (adj) abstemious. lenient, liberal, accommodating. % They knew not each other's opinion, either its constancy or its change, on the one leading point of Anne's conduct, for the subject was never alluded to; but Anne, at seven-and-twenty, thought very differently from what she had been made to think at nineteen. She did not blame Lady Russell, she did not blame herself for having been guided by her; but she felt that were any young person, in similar circumstances, to apply to her for counsel, they would never receive any of such certain immediate wretchedness, such uncertain future good.