enCRGreat Expectations Vocab24
Beguile: to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.
Bijou: something small, delicate, and exquisitely wrought.
Contrivance: a plan or scheme; expedient.
Egress: a means or place of going out; an exit.
Inveigle: to entice, lure, or ensnare by flattery or artful talk or inducements
Loll: to recline or lean in a relaxed, lazy, or indolent manner;
Macbeth: king of Scotland 1040–1057.
Capacious: capable of holding much; spacious or roomy:
Exhort: to urge, advise, or caution earnestly;
Nigh: near in space, time, or relation:
Lithe: bending readily; pliant; limber; supple; flexible:
Obtuse: not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect;
Surly: churlishly rude or bad-tempered:
Trifle: a matter, affair, or circumstance of trivial importance or significance.
Roscian: of, pertaining to, or involving acting.
Telemachus: the son of Odysseus and Penelope who helped Odysseus to kill the suitors
Lucid: easily understood; completely intelligible or comprehensible
Pettish: petulantly peevish
Gaoler: British Jail
Incommoded: to inconvenience or discomfort; disturb; trouble.
Pernicious: causing insidious harm or ruin; ruinous; injurious;
Breadth: the measure of the second largest dimension of a plane or solid figure;
Dormouse: any small, furry-tailed, Old World rodent
Ungainly: not graceful; awkward; unwieldy; clumsy:
Great Expectations Vocab
to recline or lean in a relaxed, lazy, or indolent manner;
to entice, lure, or ensnare by flattery or artful talk or inducements
easily understood; completely intelligible or comprehensible