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Desert, forlorn, forsake, leave, relinquish, retire, vacate, take her way Jerome. Rats desert a sinking ship Proverb. I implored her to forsake to city J. Everybody agrees that his manner was absolute and authoritative Upon awakening she dressed quickly and left the house Stone.
How unreasonable person you are! Habble was dismissed, but Kinney was not allowed to retire with , , , him Priestley. Divorce, give up Walsh. He abandoned his wife Hornby. Still a year or two under fifty, he looked, with his flaming face, , , fervid eyes and thickset figure, a typical country squire of the old school Berkeley.
Declination, deviation, digression, error, mistake Always merry and bright, Cochran thought savagely, that was There is an aberration in the computer Hornby. There were reasons for everything oh, sure! Intense and He now bore off to the right to counteract the possible deviation logical reasons, if you were stupid enough to understand what they from his true course London.
Abnormality, dodging, eccentricity, feeble-mindedness, veranda. It was a savage land London. Stealing something in the moment of aberration Hornby.
This thought broke her down and she wandered away weak- A large number of expensive Christmas cards were arrayed on the mindedly with the tears rolling down her cheeks Twain. Abominate, disgust, dislike, disregard, hate Every smart man is expected to be able to do anything he turns In time we abhor that which we often fear Proverb.
Old Todd disliked his married sons calling unless told to come 2. Fit, proper, suitable Lindsay. Thus he would be fit to sit at his desk and properly receive the However friendly she might seem one day, the next she would official communications … Blochman. She hated Frisco and hated herself for having yielded to his , , , kisses Prichard. She had no prone to painting, writing, music … Galsworthy.
Bear, brook, carry, endure, stand, wait , , , , Abide by a promise Hornby. Lincoln Stone. Admire, esteem, like, love, respect Greene. Moore with all his faults , , , might be esteemed Bronte. Love a man and he will do the more Proverb. He could but bow and submit Christie. Without remonstrance she suffered me to have my own way 2. Approve, assess, prize, value Bronte.
There is something so inexpressibly absurd to me in the idea of Her father will never approve of her marriage to you Hornby. Caddy being married, which always tortures me Dickens. The task of defining that influence or of exactly assessing its She hated Frisco and hated herself for having yielded to his kisses amount is one of extraordinary difficulty Huxley.
It is the rust we value not the gold Proverb. He issued a little leaflet, For a moment I stood aghast, peering after her shadowy figure, in which he declared himself disarmed Voynich. Living in abject poverty Hornby. Chatoyant, fierce, furious, irritant, provocative, were easy to catch Clair. Clear, evident, explicit, intelligible, lucid, obvious, plain, , , , , transparent, visible The apparent cause but not the real one Hornby.
Bright, brilliant, clean, glamorous, light, lustrous, pure, radiant, It is impossible for her to have a clear and explicit notion of that resplendent, shiny, twinkling subject Partridge. The whole building was soon ablaze Hornby. I took a good room.
You are an the late Hemingway. Antonia had insisted on lighting a coal fire to cheer me up as if she Mrs. Curdle sat listening to this lucid explanation Dickens. It was obvious to me that Sherlock Holmes had solved the All the rooms were light, but there seemed to be complete silence problem, although I could not imagine what his conclusions were in the house Murdoch.
Conan Doyle. The English town and Court Ladies permitted themselves words His natural manner and agreeable simplicity made it transparent and acts that were neither modest nor pure Thackeray.
Glamorous, exciting , , , , The streets were ablaze with lights Hornby. Ascent, slope, steep, up the hill London. A gentle slope run from the beach to the cave Stevenson. The languages, especially the dead, , , , , , The sciences and most of all the abstruse, , The arts at least all such as could be said To be the most remote from common use Byron. Alone, detached, divorced, individual, intimate, isolated, lonely, The woman suddenly took up the gun London.
Here the great animal had fought alone and desperately London. Break away, escape, get off, save We watched this man sitting in his solitary cell of depression Absolve from her, and she will follow; follow her and she will isolated for days Collier. She felt lonely and isolated, cut off by some impenetrable wall Roger no longer wanted to break away Berkeley. Acquit, excuse, forgive, justify, spare I absolve you from all blame Hornby. Foresight annuls chance Saying.
Abnormal, brainless, crazy, dodging, foolish, idiot, mindless, simpleton, stupid, wandering, weak-minded , , , What an absurd suggestion Hornby. Your coming home has made me as foolish as a young girl of A citizen had advertised a reward for the discovery of a person nineteen Abrahams. He issued a little leaflet, Good and logical reasons, if you were stupid enough to in which he declared himself disarmed Voynich.
This thought broke her down and she wandered away weak- They loudly and universally proclaimed Cicero the first Consul mindedly with the tears rolling down her cheeks Twain. Mad with rage Dick dashed into the fight Stevenson. The tone alone caused Andrew to look at Chenkin with quick 2. Extravagant, fantastic, odd, monstrous, ridiculous, strange, resentment Cronin.
Are you taking up this absurd business of poor Cronin. A soft answer turns away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger O! Who can hold a fire in his hand Proverb. By thinking on the frosty Caucasus? Or close the hungry edge of appetite , , , By bare imagination on a feast? Accident, casualty, disaster, misadventure, O! The apprehension of the good mischance, mishap Gives but the greater feeling to the worse Shakespeare. Envy and anguish shorten the life Proverb. The lights were fantastically bright, and the driver failed to dim Concerning the cause of his death his family would doubtless them Gilford.
They would take it as an No one could fail to notice the fact since she wore nothing but a accident, a stroke of fate. And they would talk of that unfortunate singe ridiculous garment of pale blue crepe Christie.
All were strangely shaped, and the Spy-glass, which was by three It is of too much worth to be left to casualty Cane. Fortune, riches, richness, wealth , , , Mrs.
Ache, agony, pain opportunity Berkeley. She was in anguish until she knew that her husband had survived He remembered that tiny flat eight years ago when he announced the heart operation Hornby.
He now felt only a confused ache of memory and a growing desire The money so saved meant nothing to him for he had wealth; but to be home Lindsay.
Never had she experienced such a profound satisfaction of anger, , , , agony and hatred Murdoch. What to say, what to do? He looked at her for a moment as though amazed at her 2. A lot, brim-full, filled, full, full to the brim, great number, friendliness Greene.
She was a girl who spends a lot of her time in swimming pools I admired her with love dead as a stone Johnson. Attracted by the beauty of the twilight, he strolled away from the Glancing through the door, Mr. Budd noticed that the streets were hotel Cronin full of people Sayer. Perhaps she was very old-fashioned-real art, of course, was Selina had been surprised that afternoon by receiving the letter different, but a lot of young people just made that sort of thing an from her once intended husband Hardy.
There was much — the great number of larcenies and assaults, a , , couple of narcotic busts, and several family fracases Craig.
There were a number of people out this afternoon Mansfield. A few small coins … his gully with the acclivous, crooked It must have some reason in it, handle, a pocket compass, and a tinderbox, were all that they And not last beyond a minute Charles and Lamb.
Often our displeasure to ourselves unjust, The girl who answered my ring at the door was about twenty, a Destroy our friends and after sweeps their dust Shakespeare. Commit, execute, fulfill Poirot smiled vivaciously, and turned to me.
His hair was gray but he was youthful and fat Hemingway. Lammlein rose. It was the sort of affair, necessitating endless inquiries that a I knew him well, but it was some years since, and I valued his as a private person would have neither the time nor the authority to man of singular loyalty and devotion Trollope.
Women in jobs certainly do give their bosses a loyalty Stanley. She oohed and ahhed over the sinuosity and filminess of her tails Her trust makes me faithful; her belief makes me good Wilde.
I finished my coffee and slid off the stool Craig. Allocate a sum of money to education Hornby. United we stand divided we fall Proverb. Accumulate- Amass, assemble, collect, compile, gather, heap, I want you to sit separate and listen to what I have to say hoard, mass, pick, pile up Caldwell.
They would argue it from exactly opposed viewpoints not with the That is all I can share with you London. By this time quite and gay crowed had collected Jerome. And Clyde amazed and dumb and pondering. Vernier Blochman. There is something so inexpressibly absurd to me in the idea of , , , , , Caddy being married, which always tortures me Dickens.
Conquer, constraint, subdue, subject, submit , To make no bones about it, the Beresfords succeeded in achieving that eight wonder of the modern world, a happy marriage 2. Ache, alarm, anxiety, pain, sorrow, trouble Berkeley. But, making a great effort, he conquered his temper and his pride And all that time in deep pain he was wondering what had Cronin. But he knew he was alive Gilford. It was just luck that he returned back safe and sound Greene. She oohed and ahhed over the sinuosity and filminess of their tails , , , , and ended by installing the bowl on the little stand beside her easel Claire.
Alert, ardent, awake to, aware of, brisk, cautious, fresh, gay, I finished my coffee and slid off the stool Craig. Swift to hear, slow to speak Proverb. The endless rhythmical noise provoked Annette and held her for a , , while motionless and appalled Murdoch. He felt craving for strong drink, to lull him to indifference, or 2.
Accept, admit, adopt, allow, approve, receive rouse him to fury Galsworthy. We must acknowledge his services to his country Hornby. She had something to say to him, but she kept it back for fear of Abruptly it seemed shameful to Wilson for them to drink without irritating him James. The endless rhythmical noise provoked Annette and held her for a Blind and almost senseless like a bird caught in a snare, he still while motionless and appalled Murdoch.
He felt craving for strong drink, to lull him to indifference, or She did not know. Irritating, poisonous, provocative, stimulant, toxic, venomous , , , , , Trust dies because of an acrid pay Proverb.
Crisis, passion, suffering, torment, torture The endless provocative noise stopped Annette and held her for a Never had she experienced such a profound satisfaction of anger, while motionless and appalled Murdoch. Action, affair, business, cause, deed, employment, labor, But he was on his feet again in a second, and made another dash, occupation, toil, work now utterly bewildered, right under the nearest of the coming Arrived here, his first act was to kneel down on a large stone horses Stevenson.
His father had left him a rich man, but idleness did not appeal to , , , , him, and he had a finger in a good many business pies Berkley. Bingham says these words to her daughter over and over again, If no more causes develop on board, the schooner will be allowed every day Warren.
As she turns to go, she finds that Bella has entered and is staring A life spent worthily should be measured by nobler line: Constant occupation prevents temptation Proverb.
Complicate, entangle, force, make heavy 2. Bearing, behavior, conduct, demeanor, deportment, posture Aggravate an illness Hornby. The act proves the intention Proverb. The Buccaneer, watching him go so sadly, felt sorry perhaps for , , , his behavior to the old man Galsworthy. We give advice but cannot give conduct Shakespeare. Excite, incite, irritate, provoke, rouse, vex His demeanor in public was still and silent Chatray.
How aggravating! A man in a gray top hat, gray-bearded, with thin brown, folded She had something to say to him but she kept it back for fear of cheeks, and a certain elegant posture, sat there with a woman in a irritating him James.
Decision, decree, resolution, award Lindsay. Thought is the soul of act Browning. Arrived here, his first act was to kneel down on a large stone Our decision is to have a conference tomorrow afternoon before beside the row of vessels Lindsay. Chagrin, deep pain, grief, pain, sadness, sorrow, In fact the best thing is for you to move in with me and let the vexation, woe young lady stay with your mother Abrahams. Help people in affliction Hornby.
Sadness comes unsent for Proverb. Obtain postage stamps, and affix them carefully to the letters 2.
Calamity, misfortune, mishap, reverse, tribulation, unluckiness Selden. The afflictions of old age Hornby. Attach labels to the luggage Hornby. Fleur shrugged her shoulders. In this automatic plant nothing stands alone but all the parts And he cast down upon the floor a paper that I unfortunately connect with one another Allowan. How do you think Fleur looks? Excess, gain, profit, superiority, use Vernier Blochman.
Vachell who had not been to university Hornby. Will it ruin the country as the papers , , , , say? The cub knew only that the sniff was strange, a something crazy 2. Assistance, aid, back, favor, help, second, support and unclassified, therefore unknown and terrible London. The advantages of good education Hornby. He sat very disturbed staring at them Collier. The frightened child bawled for help Hornby. Her face was fitful and malignant with menace; even the bridge of , , , , the nose wrinkling from tip to eyes so prodigious was her snarl London.
Aware, connoisseur, erudite, experienced, expert, in his field. She was aware of everything Maugham. It ought not to be Priestley. Attracted, delighted, carry, wonder resourceful, quick, quick-witted, skillful I admired her, with love dead as a stone Johnson. The man sprang for his throat, but Buck was too quick and adroit His heart had begun beating furiously, but he paid no attention to for him London. John was such a skillful chap, affectionate to his bones, and And then the silence and the beauty of this camp at night.
The mystic shadow water. The wonder and glory of all this He appreciated the quick, quick-witted technique by which Della Dreiser. Chaos, fuss, riot, tumult, uproar Without more ado he signed the agreement Hornby. Burnt, dried, sited, torrid, withered A number of people made chaos out this afternoon.
And the band I was torn between the fear of adust feelings and the fear of being sounded louder and gayer Mansfield. Black, dark, fog, gloom, nebulosity , , , , , Venon looked at his secretary with adust, and stood up behind the , desk Slesar. A large number of expensive Christmas cards were arrayed on the 2. Anxiety, discomfort, difficulty, hindrance, impediment, piano; while upon the walls dark evergreens, tied into various inquietude, obstacle, uneasiness clever swage of red and silver ribbon, further proclaimed the There was ado, a preoccupation in the maternal look which the season Murdoch.
Vernon looked at his secretary with a gloom, and stood up behind He found it difficult to utter the next word Kahler. By too much altercation truth is lost Proverb. A robust boisterous rogue knocked him down Irving. The family brawl kept the neighbors awake West. Tom made himself stronger and powerful before Aunt Polly who But village mirth breeds contests, broils, and blows Shelley. It was an atrocious crime Hornby.
He went alone, for he explained that any unnecessary foot-marks The annals of this country present us only with a frightful might make his examinations more difficult Doyle. The cub knew only that the sniff was strange, a something crazy A passionate desire to have him understand the import of life, to and unclassified, therefore unknown and terrible London. Anger in its time and place The Captain got things prepared when he felt that Mrs.
Nature dispenses her beauties Longfellow. Accord, agreement, bargain, contract, convention, pact, treaty United we stand divided we fall Proverb. A contract is a convention or agreement enforceable by appeal Few were the living hearts which could unite like ours Shelley.
Application, care, consideration, heed, notice, They had allowed the matter to rest by silent agreement regard Aldridge. His heart had begun beating furiously, but he paid no attention to On a good bargain think twice Proverb. Women continually trying to commit suicide for love, but generally they take care not to succeed Maugham. Take heed of good counsel Proverb. Argue, counsel, discuss, dispute My mother and I had all the inn upon our hands, and were kept In parliament men often debate for the sake of opposing the ruling busy enough, without paying much regard to our unpleasant guest party, or from any other motive than the love of truth Jerome.
Alertness, application discipline… Bronte. After a time Sophie paid no more heed to the noise of quarrelling. Concerning taste there is no disputing Proverb. Jon looked at him with alertness. Altercation, brawl, broil, contention, quarrel, row, squabble , , , After a long debate the bill was passed by the House of Commons and sent to the House of Lords Hornby. Little things attract light minds Proverb. Practice is a personal habit Shaw. The fine weather allures the ladies into the garden Poter.
The greater parts of the rules have grown into usage Wartedge. Beauty draws us with a single hair Longfellow. And every scene invites the ravished eye Gray.
A cock is bold on his own dunghill Proverb. My mother was so strong, so courageous, the only strong and He that defends an injury is next to him that commits it Proverb. A gallant man needs no drums to rouse him Proverb. He who dares dangers overcomes them before he incurs them; he , , , , , that always fears danger always feels it Proverb. Mark Twain. Allot, dispense, distribute They had genuine belief in my world, which was different from He dealt the cards with an air of selfrespect Groom.
He was told in return that within a week he should apply for a Sitting at evening talk at home, he used to explain to us in a part, while being warned that such a part was not, of course, legitimate way the differences between the native idiom, the bound to be allotted to him Bates.
He who gives today may crave tomorrow Proverb.
A Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
To know the difference between real and sham enjoyment B. He that is too proud to ask is too good to receive Proverb. Ann brought him, supplicating if he cared for her or his dear A thousand devices … prepared him to elude the wound Irving. His eyes were wide apart, nothing in their field of vision escaped , , , London. Who flees trial confesses his guilt Proverb. He knew that he was shy and awkward with women Cronin. Like an idiot.
These measures will remedy the situation Brook. Child, cosset, infant, newborn, papoose discipline… Bronte. The man had the right to In parliament men often debate for the sake of opposing the ruling claim any baby born by his woman Richards. Sleeping and smiling in his sleep they saw before them a thin and And they were cruel enough to discuss all this right in front of pale little child Dickens.
Then Meg looked. Base, corrupt, evil, ill, naughty, vile, wicked Their first and even strongest impulse is to make the best of a bad 2. Ask, beg, beseech, entreat, implore, importune, solicit, petition, situation Dreiser. Count how many sands on the shore, Of evil grain no good seed can come Proverb.
I still shall be craving for more Moore. A time, when rough rude men had naughty ways Irving. He is not poor that has not much, but he that craves much He that had led a vile life is afraid of his own memory Proverb. A wicked man is his own hell Proverb. Accident, anguish, casualty, disaster, misadventure, mischance, season Murdoch. Concerning the cause of his death his family would doubtless Do not offer a compliment and ask a favor at the same time.
A reject with vigour the suspicion of suicide. They would take it as compliment that is charged for is not valuable Mark Twain. Dry up your tears and stick your rosemary First the right sandal came down, and then the left, and these On this fair corpse, and as the custom is, mischances being repaired Dickens.
And in her best array, bear her to church Shakespeare. Gordon made no Thirlwall. The white raiment destined to the saints Cary. Advice Macaulay. Three may keep counsel if two be away Proverb.
If no more causes develop on board, the schooner will be allowed Give neither counsel nor salt till you are asked for it Proverb. He was digging out company pictures from a past life Lawson. Accurate thinking is the beginning and fountain of writing , , Swift. Without esteem, true love cannot exist. Moore with all his faults She had been like a brutal animal, consumed with the sole idea of might be esteemed Bronte.
There were so many What costs little is valued less Proverb. We are not called upon to abrogate the standards of values Pain has its own uncovered rules, and those people who tell you Olderson.
Earn a bare living Hornby. Forbidden wares sell twice as dear Proverb. The figure stood forth into the blank darkness Hood. Up the marble stairs came the most noble Farintash, with that They had not varied their course in the dark Defoe. Establish, found, rest, stand, support appreciation of the expedition Cronin. She had never been in a situation based on this before Murdoch. The arrogant pedant does not communicate, but promulgates his … but the French, … rushed the fireswept bridge supported by a knowledge Chesterfield.
He issued a little leaflet, , , , , , in which he declared himself disarmed Voynich. I hate you Dreiser. Bring, carry, fetch, take He that had led a vile life is afraid of his own memory Proverb. Pipes convey hot water from this boiler to every part of the A wicked man is his own hell Proverb.
By the end of the week he was telling her to fetch his slippers Two wings of gray hair protruded on either side of her florid face, Cronin. Express, say, speak, talk, utter absurd and betraying of all his weakness Welty. He knew it. Will it ruin the country as the papers , , , , , say? A batch of letters to be answered Hornby. Concerning the cause of his death his family would doubtless He saw a light moving over the hill.
It spread itself out like a big reject with vigor the suspicion of suicide. They would take it as an bunch of yellow flowers Welty. Without looking away from his collection of papers, the man 2. The captain looked at each of us; like a recruit in battle between , , veterans Davison. To converts pounds into francs Hornby.
He was struggling desperately to get back to the raft through the rough seas Heyerdahl.
He could not but contrast these pleasant visits with his experience Her voice sounded to her as if she had shouted, but the man to in Blaenelly when … he had been humiliated by Aneurin Rees whom she had been speaking, evidently not hearing a word she Cronin. Soames manner of rebuking these youths; though it was not, perhaps, quite could neither speak nor move Galsworthy. She could see it sparkling brightly on tree branches Bates. Ruth could not help but measure the professors, neat, scholarly in , , fitting clothes, speaking in well-modulated voices, … London.
Josephine Mansfield. As you may imagine, I am suffering from shock Murdoch. That day they arranged together the preliminaries of the treaty of Without remonstrance she suffered me to have my own way capitulation Thackeray.
Deny, gainsay She hated Frisco and hated herself for having yielded to his kisses The future cannot contradict the past Fielding. A fault once denied is twice committed Proverb. Disregard, neglect, omit, slight position, posture, way He certainly waits with impatience to be contradicted Johnson. It was his bearing not to tell anything Aumonier.
Her carriage was as bright as her glossy skin; she had the vitality He, who neglects learning in his youth, loses the past and is dead of a tribal stripling, an ear for music, … Gilmore. Opposite, reverse cheeks, and a certain elegant posture, sat there with a woman in a Doing the contrary he only again and again demonstrated, that there is no other way to come to any reasonable conclusion lawn-colored frock, whose dark eyes were fixed on him Smollett.
She felt lonely and isolated, cut off by some impenetrable wall It was quite an ill way for a couple of days in Paris, on my way from Leo, who was squatting opposite her with his head bent out here Shute.
Blow, buffet, knock, prod, thump 2. As boys have rows, my boyhood liked a squabble Byron. Once, lying awake, he heard a strange sound of blow in the white , , , wall London. Go farther, go on head and the great curved hunch of his body under the clothes Her voice sounded to her as if she had shouted, but the man to Aumonier.
Defeat, conquer, overcome, subdue, vanquish, win now and wriggling Priestley. Nothing but ourselves can finally beat us Proverb.
He got out of the car, locked it, and went on walking across to the Few are slow in thinking that their enemy is beaten Byron. Do not celebrate the victory before you have conquered , Proverb. In this lamentable contingency he slunk away, defeated Cronin.
Bear, carry, endure, stand Unless we have fortitude to overcome these temptations, they will And thus he continued on, while my color came and went with overcome us Swift. A contract is a convention or agreement enforceable by appeal Altogether he was the most attractive youth, with his black curly to a court of judicature Poste.
Antwerp might perish, before a general accord with Holland and It is a beauteous evening, calm and free Wordsworth. Zealand could be made Motley. A man in a gray top hat, gray-bearded, with thin brown, folded Bare words make no good bargain Proverb. There was the door, the wall, The fine weather allures the ladies into the garden Poter. At last he said: There was a small and pretty hotel or shanty on the creek, on the 2.
Deem, believe, fancy, imagine, presume, suppose, think main road, not far from the claim Lawson. Design, intend, mean Thackeray.
She was contemplating a visit to London West. He is not poor that has not much, but he that craves much It was a room designed not to live in but for purpose of prestige, Proverb. He had the good sense to grant me the liberty I requested Selina had been surprised that afternoon by receiving the letter Gregory.
The money so saved meant nothing to him for he had wealth; but Ann brought him, supplicating if he cared for her or his dear trouble was always worth saving Berkley. The baby weighed seven pounds at birth Hornby. We hoped to be able to examine the glacier to its origin But village mirth breeds contests, broils, and blows Shelley.
The stream is always purer at its source Proverb. The English town and Court Ladies permitted themselves words The bystanders corroborated his story Grave. So far, at least, Mr. Wace was able to verify the remarkable story A man of good repute, carriage, bearing and estimation of Mr. Cane Wells. His demeanor in public was still and silent Chatray. Confidence begets confidence Proverb.
The failures of the past prepare the triumph of the future A man of light credence believing every first tale Rastell. More credit may be thrown down in a moment than can be built Do not celebrate the victory before you have conquered Proverb. Trust dies because of an acrid pay Proverb. The stipulation of the treaty of Yandobo providing for the The income of his daily business was too small Tessy. Government, … Wilson. The terms were not a four dozen small balloons a day would only be twenty-six whit too good.
Finally, however, I signed the contract shillings a week profit Galsworthy. To be able to bestow benefits or happiness on those one loves is The act proves the intention Proverb. A man of good repute, carriage, bearing and estimation He had the good sense to grant me the liberty I requested Shakespeare. The Buccaneer, watching him go so sadly, felt sorry perhaps for Do not offer a compliment and ask a favor at the same time.
A his behavior to the old man Galsworthy. It was very big and clean and looked out on , , , , the late Hemingway. The castle was considered grand by the illiterate; but architects 2. Direct, lead, guide condemned it as a nondescript mixture of styles in the worst They found themselves in a matted hall, through this they were possible taste B. Rightly to be great If people would but leave children to themselves; if teachers Is not to stir without great argument, would cease to bully them; if parents would not insist upon But greatly to find quarrel in a straw directing their thoughts… small harm would accrue Thackeray.
The porter led them along a corridor and opened a door Joyce. A large lady in a blue satin Dickens. Consequence, import, importance, moment, She was iron-sinewed and satin-skinned, significance, weight Fierce as the fire and fleet as the wind Ray. She relied in words of dubious import Byron. The river is much swollen, its current more impetuous Lawson. Money, at this period, held no significance for Andrew Cronin. Anxiety, care, charge, solicitude, worry We camped on the border of the lake Hornby.
But hath his bound, in earth, in sea, in sky: Of more pre-eminence than fish and fowls, They tended the wounded man with the gentlest solicitude Are masters to their females, and their lords Shakespeare. Sensation and reflection are the boundaries of our thoughts A hundred load of worry will not pay an ounce of debt Proverb. Winner takes all. I will show him! Pleasure may turn a heart to stone, concede the point Fielding. It cracked, and glowed, and roared and howled , , Like noises in a swound Cole ridge.
He shivered the mirror with a hammer Spratling. But, making a great effort, he conquered his temper and his pride The trees that the storms have splintered are never of use Cronin. Vainglory is a worm which the very best action will taint, and its , , , soundness eat through Longfellow.
No man sympathizes with the sorrows of vanity Proverb. It is a beauteous evening, calm and free Wordsworth. It is impossible for her to have a clear and explicit notion of that Like an orator collected in himself, and just prepared to burst out subject Partridge. He represents the opinions of a very large portion of their body by Nothing gives one person so much advantage over another as to whom he is accredited Mathias. A very good-looking, rosy little man with … a soft voice and a This thought broke her down and she wandered away weak- manner of imperturbable urbanity Wells.
He looked at sir Anthony, but could read nothing in his impassive They would argue it from exactly opposed viewpoints not with countenance Ainsworth. His face looks as peaceful as if it were sainted Galsworthy.
The best men are moulded out of faults Shakespeare. Serene will be our days and bright, All were strangely shaped, and the Spy-glass, which was by three And happy will our nature be, or four hundred feet the tallest on the island, was likewise the When love is an unerring light, strangest in configuration Stevenson. And joy its own security Wordsworthy. To apprehend distinctly the signification of a number, two things His sole motive was to make her happy, to make her proud of are necessary Davies.
How on earth a fellow could make such an ass of himself Soames But there is no reason to suppose I am going to get killed just now could not conceive Galsworthy.
The evil of corruption and falsification of law, education, and , , , , public opinion is so enormous that the minds of ordinary people are unable to grasp it Shaw. Beneath the soft sweep of her simple Galsworthy. She hid the money under a mattress Stevenson. This is the top and pinnacle of true knowledge Berwich. A day of battle is a day of harvest for the devil Proverb. Is of his own opinion still Saying. One does not always object to that to which one does not accede If only he would forget that fray for a while, and throw off the Swift.
This was the old strife for conquest Abrahams. My readers will readily assent to what I have observed Cook. He was struggling desperately to get back to the raft through the It is not likely that there has ever been a civilized person 65 years rough seas Heyerdahl.
Examples of Antonyms, Synonyms, and Homonyms
He that comes first to the hill, may sit where he will Proverb. Andrew longed to create a different arrangement to institute a He approached the door, stopped, caught his breath, then went in new and better understanding Cronin. Some of them are fashioned into the figure of shells Defoe. Success never comes to those who await it idly; it usually arrives His small capital formed a useful basis on which to build a only after years of patient endeavor London.
His vigorous voice just reached her. Amelia thought to comfort her father by telling him what she had , , , , done Thackeray. They had commissioned William to speak in their name Think of ease but work on Proverb. The older we grow, the more we find that great literature solaces He represents the opinions of a very large portion of their body by and supports Johnson.
Accustomed, customary, familiar, habitual, Better never to begin than never make an end Proverb. By the end of the week he was back in his accustomed place The high tone, with which the tune started, died away in a quaver Wells. Who likes not his business his business likes not him Proverb. Everybody agrees that his manner was absolute and authoritative Employment and hardship prevent melancholy Proverb.
The gratification of curiosity and the love of pleasure supply the , , idlest people with an abundance of engagements Fielding. May assume a kind of grace. It was the sort of affair, necessitating endless inquiries that a It must have some reason in it, private person would have neither the time nor the authority to And not last beyond a minute Charles and Lamb. He closed the bargain directly it reached his ears Dickens. We both knew that her marriage to Skidmore was supposed to She oohed and ahhed over the sinuosity and filminess of her tails have been an abnormally happy one Snow.
Appropriate, convenient, fitting, proper, suitable Jones stood with his sword drawn in his hand to guard the poor Thus he would be fit to sit at his desk and properly receive the fellow Fielding. This is a very convenient instrument for opening this sort of sacks , , , , Toffy.
The creature made a deft attempt to fold the shawl Bronte. Accommodate, adapt, adjust, arrange, conform, suit He appreciated the quick, quick-witted technique by which Della Can we make the punishment fit the crime? Lean liberty is better than fat slavery Proverb. Detain Arthur was a slender little creature, more like an Italian than He loses his thanks who promises and delays Proverb.
English lad Voynich. Hinder, impede, prevent, stop , , Do not delay, do not delay; The golden moments fly Longfellow. Little, small, tiny Anger and haste hinder good council Proverb. Sand is finer than gravel Hornby.
Adverse winds had impeded his progress through the straits of The last word remained with the Gadfly. He issued a little leaflet, Gibraltar Wagering.
Employment and hardship prevent melancholy Proverb. Her own pittance was so small that it would barely enable her to The road in which they finally stopped looked one of those puny, support her parents Thackeray. He remembered that tiny flat eight years ago when he announced , her good fortune Galsworthy. Accurate, correct, exact, right Stallert. It becomes a very nice and curious question indeed Irving.
That will suit me fine Hornby. I distinguish plain each subtle line of her face Roge. Correct counting keeps good friends Proverb. With a beam of delight Hornby. But he was on his feet again in a second, and made another dash, Just before meeting Sondra he was actually at the zenith of content now utterly bewildered, right under the nearest of the coming and delight with Roberta Dreiser. After the greatest danger is the greatest gladness Proverb. Carry out, close, complete, conclude, execute, over, To be able to bestow benefits or happiness on those one loves is perfect, stop, terminate the greatest blessing conferred upon a man Thackeray.
Serene will be our days and bright, He had expected conflict and trouble with them, excitement and And happy will our nature be, fretfulness, but they were too tired for that Shute.
When love is an unerring light, If only he would forget that fray for a while, and throw off the And joy its own security Wordsworthy. A traveler coming to the fortified habitation would probably have They were like poor savages confronted with a beautiful white been interrogated from the battlements Rolswich. He that questions much will learn much Saying. Dry up your tears and stick your rosemary , On this fair corpse, and as the custom is, And in her best array, bear her to church Shakespeare.
Hanson jumped out of bed with more celerity than he usually , , , , , displayed and looked at the note Dreiser. Lean, slender, slim, thin Minnie, after the good spirits Carrie manifested at first, expected She was shy and reserved. She looked very fine and pale, but as a fair report Dreiser. Every man has his weak side Proverb. Life levels all men. Death reveals the eminent Show. Fragrant is the fertile earth after soft showers Milton. The soil is fertile and very productive Sterling.
Deviate, digress, diverge, swerve, wander spoke Smith.
A Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
I will not depart from what I have said Macstrock. There was something in the clear, pine-scented air of the winter He digressed so often in his speech that he finally lost the thread morning that seemed to bring him back his joyousness and his of his discourse Bradley.
This thought broke her down and she wandered away weak- Every production of genius must be the production of enthusiasm mindedly with the tears rolling down her cheeks Mark Twain. Upon awakening she dressed quickly and left the house Stone. He who has learned to survey the labor without dismay has She rose abruptly and made to quit the room, but Andrew stopped achieved half the victory Saying. And cold dread stiffened up his air Cabbard. He would not, , simply would not resign Cronin.
No doubt the feat was easy to Mr. Intend, mean, want Ill deeds are doubled with an evil word Shakespeare. It was a room designed not to live in but for purpose of prestige, … and make him tell prodigious stories about himself and his and it had a musty, melancholy air Maugham.
Selina had been surprised that afternoon by receiving the letter , , , from her once intended husband Hardy. Thus the child came to be an old man, and his once smooth face was wrinkled, and his steps were slow and feeble, and his back , , was bent Dickens. Life is real!
Life is earnest! The best men are molded out of faults Shakespeare. All were strangely shaped, and the Spy-glass, which was by three If worms have power of acquiring some notion, however rude, of or four hundred feet the tallest on the island, was likewise the the shape of an object and of their barrows, as seems to be the strangest in configuration Stevenson. Expeditious, prompt, quick, rapid, speedy, swift Who wishes to keep true to his purposes must not listen to many Each day he typed what he composed, and he typed his earlier counselors Saying.
I heard my name among those rapid words Wells. Firm, fixed, steady I resolved to hold fast by a piece of the rock Defoe. It has been narrated in the former chapter … Swift. The gray naked eyes had not been open long, yet already he could Mrs.
Lexy wept for joy in recounting how she had been saved see with steady clearness London. Mode, molding, shape, style, vogue He smoked. In this automatic plant nothing stands alone but all the parts Tramps slouched into the recess and struck matches on the panels; connect with one another Allowan. Adjudge, adjudicate, award, decide, judge, resolve, ravages Stevenson. That deceit should steal such gentle shape That seemed to have been determined among us from the first A very simple style of dress, devoid of ornament or pretension Dickens.
I resolved to hold fast by a piece of the rock Defoe. And with a virtuous vizards hide deep vice Shakespeare. Close, conclude, end, finish, over, terminate He closed the bargain directly it reached his ears Dickens. Each day he typed what he composed, and he typed his earlier He had never seen the instrument that was to terminate his life manuscripts as fast as they were returned to him London.
Every human creature constituted to be that profound secret and , mystery to every other Dickens. A very simple style of dress, devoid of ornament or pretension His small capital formed a useful basis on which to build a Palgrave. He has a dreadful reputation among the ladies Thackeray. Up the marble stairs came the most noble Farintash, with that His memory and honor shall descend upon his posterity, as a mark vacuous Leer which distinguishes his lordship Thackeray.
My mind, memory is perfectly waste Shakespeare. Martin Eden, the famous writer did not exist. Martin Eden, the The celebrated works of antiquity, which have stood the test of so famous writer, was a vapor that had arisen in the mob-mind, … many different ages Torch. I obtained from three cultivated Englishmen at different times Though Abbey was now perhaps the third most distinguished three diverse pronunciations of a single word Shaw.
The characteristics that makes a man eminent in one class ruins him in another. He found it difficult to utter the next word Kahler. Try our noted ales and stouts Dickens. They have made arduous efforts to succeed in this new enterprise, Perhaps I cannot better express the conclusion … than by but nevertheless did not succeed Dawly.
They were not on friendly but on distant terms Waten. Your bait of falsehood takes the carp of truth Shakespeare. Other people are quite dreadful. The only possible society is An evil soul, producing holy witness, oneself Wilde. Is like a villain with a smiling check, It was so frightening that Kitty, her nerves failing her, opened her A goody apple rotten at the heart, mouth to scream Maugham.
O, what a goody outside falsehood hath! The annals of this country present us only with a frightful Ah! That deceit should steal such gentle shape spectacle of poverty, barbarity and ignorance Smith. After two hours of travel we turned to a shocking bad road Oh! That deception should dwell Defoe. In such a gorgeous palace Shakespeare. The cub knew only that the sniff was strange, a something crazy Treason is but trusted like the fox, and unclassified, therefore unknown and terrible London.
If people would but leave children to themselves; if teachers , , , , would cease to bully them; if parents would not insist upon , , directing their thoughts… small harm would accrue Thackeray.
Good fame is better than a good face Proverb. So doth the greater acclaim dim the less Shakespeare. Man, more divine, the masters of all these, The apparent cause but not the real one Hornby. And then the silence and the beauty of this camp at night. Faith sees by the ears Proverb. Aim, design, intend, mean, want It is equally an error to have confidence in all and in none Our energies must be directed towards higher productivity Longfellow.
A man of light credence believing every first tale Rastell. Writers of fiction generally aim to make the last scene an effective More credit may be thrown down in a moment than can be built climax Gray. It was a room designed not to live in but for purpose of prestige, Her trust makes me faithful; her belief makes me good Wilde. It is a fallacy to suppose that riches always bring happiness Roger no longer wanted to break away Berkeley.
He closed his book, studiously marking the place with one dirty Error is always in haste Proverb. Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence Saying. The punishment cell was dark, damp, filthy hole underground Mr. Pullet, by an unaccountable lapse of memory, had forgotten it, Voynich. In some squalid and obscure quarter of the city B.
Her face was fitful and malignant with menace; even the bridge of Their first and even strongest impulse is to make the best of a bad the nose wrinkling from tip to eyes so prodigious was her snarl situation Dreiser. The map of honor, truth and loyalty Shakespeare.
Of evil grain no good seed can come Proverb. There is something wrong with his An ill man is always ill, but he is worst of all when he pretends to appearance; something displeasing, something downright be a saint Mark Twain. I never saw a man I so disliked, and yet I scarce know A time, when rough rude men had naughty ways Irving.
He that had led a vile life is afraid of his own memory Proverb. UTTERSON the lawyer was a man of a rugged countenance, , , , , , , that was never lighted by a smile; cold, scanty and embarrassed in , , , discourse; backward in sentiment; lean, long, dusty, dreary, and yet somehow lovable Stevenson.
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Related articles on YourDictionary Connotative Words: Examples and Exercises. Examples of Antonyms. Funny Acronyms. Join YourDictionary today.A general permission appears to have been deemed sufficient She had not been much of a dissembler, until now her loneliness Jarman. Never had she experienced such a profound satisfaction of anger, , , , agony and hatred Murdoch. However, true synonyms are rare; most so called synonyms have subtle differences in their meaning.
It must have some reason in it, And not last beyond a minute Charles and Lamb. John was such a skillful chap, affectionate to his bones, and And then the silence and the beauty of this camp at night. He represents the opinions of a very large portion of their body by Habble was dismissed, but Kinney was not allowed to retire with whom he is accredited Mathias.
More credit may be thrown down in a moment than can be built Do not celebrate the victory before you have conquered Proverb. That deceit should steal such gentle shape spectacle of poverty, barbarity and ignorance Smith. So far, at least, Mr.
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