A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's by Mark Twain

By Mark Twain

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Politeness, civility. " "Ye were shut up when yesterday was well spent. " "No! Then I have slept well, sure enough. Nine in the morning now! And yet it is the very complexion of midnight, to a shade. " I had to carry the boy out myself, he sunk into such a collapse. I handed him over to the soldiers, and went back. Thesaurus blot: (n, v) spot, blemish, smudge, mark, slur, taint, shame; (v) tarnish, blob; (n) blotch; (adj, n) fault. ANTONYMS: (v) dampen, grace, soak, wet, beautify, improve, enhance.

Tremendous; (v) thundering. ANTONYMS: (adj) obscure, earthly, ANTONYM: (adj) tranquil. forgettable, perishable, temporary. quaint: (adj) odd, funny, picturesque, comical, fanciful, curious, whimsical, strange, queer, peculiar, droll. ANTONYMS: (adj) modern, ordinary, dull. roused: (adj) excited, awake, susceptible, emotional, elated, interested. weariness: (n) exhaustion, tiredness, lassitude, languor, asthenopia, defatigation, grogginess, listlessness, boredom, ennui, prostration. 30 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court hundred years before I was born, and listen again to poor, flat, worm-eaten jokes that had given me the dry gripes when I was a boy thirteen hundred years afterwards.

Departed: (adj) dead, bygone, late, marvel: (n, v) wonder; (n) prodigy, lesion, cut, boil; (v) acute; (adj, v) sharp. ANTONYMS: (adj) happy, former, bypast, defunct, past, left; curiosity, phenomenon, amazement, (adj, v) gone, extinct; (n) decedent. miracle, portent, marl, surprise, healthy, pleased, comfortable. ANTONYMS: (adj) remaining, alive. admiration; (v) admire. ANTONYMS: sword: (n) blade, sabre, brand, heard: (n) hearing. (v) disregard; (n) nightmare. broadsword, falchion, cutlass, saber, jeopard: (n, v) hazard; (n) risk, merry: (adj) joyful, lively, cheerful, steel, glaive, backsword, cutlas.

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