Volume 1 Chapters 1-7

    1. Scrupulous: Having scruples, or moral or ethical standards; having or showing a strict regard for what one considers right; principled.
    2. Michaelmas:Festival celebrated on September 29 in honor of the archangel Michael.
    3. Vexing: To irritate; annoy; provoke.
    4. Fortnight: The space of fourteen nights and days; two weeks.
    5. Caprice: A sudden, unpredictable change, as in someones mind or the weather
    6. Countenance: Appearance, especially the look or expression of the face.
    7. Fastidious: Excessively particular, critical, or demanding; hard to please: a fastidious eater.
    8. Candour: The state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech orexpression; candidness:The candor of the speech impressed the audience.
    9. Ostentation: Pretentious and vulgar display, especially of wealth and luxury, intended to impress or attract notice.
    10. Supercilious: Haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a facial expression.
    11. Tete-a-tete: a private conversation or interview, usually between two people.

Volume 1 Chapters 8-13

      1. Apothecary: A druggist; a pharmacist.
      2. Piquet: A card game played between two people. Established in 1650.
      3. Felicity: Great happiness; bliss.

Volume 1: Chapters 14-17

      1. Tete-a-tete: a private conversation between two people.

Volume 1: Chapters 18-22

      1. Surmise: an idea or thought of something as being possible or likely.
      2. Taciturn: inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation.
      3. Hauteur: haughty manner or spirit; arrogance.
      4. Self-reproach: a feeling of responsibility for wrongdoing.
      5. Reconcile:  to find a way of making (two different ideas, facts, etc.) exist or be true at the same time

Volume 1: Chapters 23 – Volume 2: Chapter 5

      1. Incumbent: Holding an indicated role or position.
      2. Rectitude: Rightness of principle or conduct; moral virtue.
      3. Repine: To be fretfully discontented; fret; complain.
      4. Solicitude: The state of being solicitous or uneasy in mind; disquietude, anxiety; care, concern.
      5. Pompous: Having or exhibiting self-importance.
      6. Ablution: The washing of one’s body or part of it (as in a religious rite).

Volume 2: Chapter 6 -11

      1. Grandeur: The quality or state of being impressive or awesome.
      2. Enumeration: To mention separately as if in counting.
      3. Impertinent: Intrusive or presumptuous, as persons or their actions.
      4. Perverseness: Willfully determined or disposed to go counter to what is expected or desired.
      5. parsonage: the house in which a parson lives
      6. ardent: having, expressive of, or characterized by intense feeling; passionate; fervent.

Volume 2: Chapter 12 -14

      1. Coming Soon!

Volume 2: Chapter 15 -19

      1. Civilities: polite, reasonable, and respectful behavior
      2. Obliged:to require or constrain, as by law, command or force of necessity.
      3. Felicity: State of being happy, especially in a high degree; bliss.
      4. Consternation: a sudden, alarming amazement or dred that results in utter confusion; dismay.
      5. Three-and-twenty: Representation of the number twenty three

Volume 3: Chapter 1 -4

      1. Palliation: To relieve or lessen without curing.
      2. Housekeeper: A person, typically a woman, employed to manage a household.

Volume 3: Chapter 5 -8

      1. London: City in United Kingdom

Volume 3: Chapter 9 -13

      1. Panegyric: A lofty oration or writing in praise of a person or thing; eulogy.
      2. Diffident: Lacking confidence in one’s own ability, worth, or fitness; timid; shy.

Volume 3: Chapter 14 -19

    1. Infatuate: To inspire or possess with a foolish or unreasoning passion, as of love.
    2. Obstinate: Firmly or stubbornly adhering to one’s purpose, opinion, etc.; not yielding to argument, persuasion, or entreaty.