A Rose In June Vocabulary List

aeneid

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The AEneid of Virgil.

alcestis

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Rose did not jump up to do this, as she would have done at once (she felt sure) had she been required to die, like Iphigenia, for her country, or, like Alcestis, for her husband.

americanism

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Contents: A Plea for Culture, Literature as an Art, Americanism in Literature, A Letter to a Young Contributor, Ought Women to learn the Alphabet?

arcadian

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--The Arcadian.

athenaeum

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--London Athenaeum.

atlantic

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"Mr. Aldrich has a very high reputation on the other side of the Atlantic, and this volume should do much to extend it on this.

baedeker

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$2.00 BAEDEKER'S EUROPEAN GUIDE-BOOKS.

bethinking

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"Your mother has lied all round," he said, fiercely; then, bethinking himself, "I beg your pardon.

catechised

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Rose, who did not want to be catechised, stole across the lawn and sat down on the grass without a word.

chaucer

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Josiah Quincy), Carlyle, Abraham Lincoln, The Life and Letters of James Gates Percival, Thoreau, Swinburne's Tragedies, Chaucer, Library of Old Authors, Emerson the Lecturer, Pope.

contessa

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They dazzle the people on the Green when they are at Whitton, and the contessa is as gracious and more inaccessible than any queen.

courtin

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THE COURTIN'.

cranch

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TRANSLATED BY C. P. CRANCH.

directer

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I do not think her directer mind cared for this way of influencing her daughter.

disorderliness

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He could not bear any roughness, coarseness, or disorderliness, therefore the school-boys were but little congenial to him, and he was never sorry when the holidays were over.

dispositioned

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He was a man of about five-and-thirty, good looking, sensible, and well dispositioned; a personage thoroughly comme il faut.

edinburgh

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--The Scotsman (Edinburgh).

elysium

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She was in a kind of soft Elysium, penetrated by the thousand sensations of the morning, the quiet, the flattering soft air that caressed her, the poetry, the society, the beauty all around.

englishman

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"This book has more good sense, good wit, and good learning than any American or any Englishman, with perhaps a single exception, could bring to the illustration of the subjects here treated.

explanatoriness

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"Oh, how glad I am that you have come to-day," she said, and explained forthwith all the circumstances with the frank diffuse explanatoriness of youth.

falteringly

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"Indeed, we see each other very often," said Rose, falteringly.

gleefulness

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The gleefulness, the ease, the heartiness of her style cannot fail to please.

goethe

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Oh, how easy the hardest grammar was, the difficulties of Goethe, or of Dante (or even of Thucydides or Perseus, but these she did not know), in comparison with this difficulty which tore her asunder!

hartford

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Hartford Courant.

heliotype

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With 10 full-page Heliotype Views, taken from Nature expressly for this Work.

illuminati

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She had grown bewildered again, and disconcerted, and had fallen far from the light and illumination which had flashed over her in the afternoon.

inalienably

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She was his inalienably, whatever distance there might be between them.

irishman

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"Just like a shot from a cannon is an Irishman's exit from a visit," said Mr. Damerel, peevishly, though playfully.

italian

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When Rose heard of this, which she did in the harbor of an Italian port, she was moved by interest so true and lively that her husband was almost jealous.

labrador

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LEFT ON LABRADOR.

montreal

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With the Northern Border, from Niagara to Montreal.

munchausen

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He is a living wonder of imaginative force; a Baron Munchausen improved and intensified.

niagara

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With the Northern Border, from Niagara to Montreal.

oliphant

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BY MRS. OLIPHANT.

portuguese

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A Charge with Prince Rupert, Mademoiselle's Campaigns, The Puritan Minister, Fayal and the Portuguese, The Greek Goddesses, Sappho, On an Old Latin Text-book.

quebec

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A Guide to the chief Cities and popular Resorts of New England, its Scenery, and Historical Attractions; with the Western and Northern Borders, from New York to Quebec.

rosiness

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This Rose in June expanded, grew richer, and of a more damask rosiness, but could not tell why.

rousseau

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The thought of Rose's trousseau nearly broke her mother's heart.

sappho

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A Charge with Prince Rupert, Mademoiselle's Campaigns, The Puritan Minister, Fayal and the Portuguese, The Greek Goddesses, Sappho, On an Old Latin Text-book.

saunterer

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Saunterer's Series.

scotsman

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--The Scotsman (Edinburgh).

shamefacedness

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"But I never saw any Raphaels except those in the National Gallery," said Rose, blushing with pleasure, and shamefacedness, and conscientious difficulty.

spanish

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Uniform with "The Spanish Gypsy."

sproat

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By ELIZA SPROAT TURNER.

tennyson

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Uniform with the tasteful and popular Red-Line Editions of Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Lowell, Scott, etc.

tuscan

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Edited for American use, with Notes, by Charles C. Perkins, author of "Tuscan Sculptors."

unclasping

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he murmured, in a softer tone, unclasping the delicate fingers from his arm; and then, with an effort, "I am not angry.

undutifulness

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"Rose is very foolish: because she thinks she has quarrelled with me, to make such a show of her undutifulness!

unremovable

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She told him how it had all come about, and what a deliverance it was; then cried a little, having full confidence in his sympathy, over that unremovable regret that it had not come sooner.

wannest

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She had her hands clasped loosely yet firmly, in the attitude which had become habitual to her, and a pale smile like the wannest of winter sunshine on her face.