The Grasmere Journals | Study Guide

Dorothy Wordsworth

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coach: (n) a large, closed carriage pulled by horses

leech: (n) an aquatic, parasitic, bloodsucking worm used in the 19th century for medical treatments

post: (n) mail; may include magazines, newspapers, and letters

post chaise: (n) a small, round, enclosed carriage pulled by a horse, most often used for transporting people or mail

stuck: (v) refers to affixing pea vines to a trellis up which they can climb

tea: (n) a hot beverage or an afternoon or evening English meal

tinker: (n) a person who repairs or makes metal utensils, offering their services and wares while traveling from place to place

traveler: (n) a British term for a nomadic group of people also known as gypsies

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