By Mark Twain
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ANTONYMS: wrought: (adj) shaped, done, worked, ANTONYMS: (adj) wise, genius, (adj) pitiless, merciless, unforgiving, worked up, formed. 36 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court "Don't interrupt me. He has died and come alive again thirteen times, and traveled under a new name every time: Smith, Jones, Robinson, Jackson, Peters, Haskins, Merlin--a new alias every time he turns up. I knew him in Egypt three hundred years ago; I knew him in India five hundred years ago--he is always blethering around in my way, everywhere I go; he makes me tired.
Cannikin, pails, skeel, tankard, pot, choicest: (adj) optimum, best. pipkin, vessel. chromo: (n) chromolithography. personage: (n) person, notable, conveniences: (n) creature comforts, celebrity, personality, individual, bigwig, figure, somebody, human, character, being. showy: (adj, v) pretentious, brilliant; (adj) gaudy, garish, flashy, loud, flamboyant, dashing, gay; (adj, n) magnificent, fine. ANTONYMS: (adj) tasteful, restrained, discreet, plain, dull, quality. unpretending: (adj) unassuming, humble, unostentatious, unobtrusive, lowly, unpretentious, restrained; (n) plain, homely, familiar, intimate.
Only make a little darkness--only the littlest little darkness, mind, and cease with that. It will be sufficient. They will see that I spoke falsely,--being ignorant, as they will fancy-- and with the falling of the first shadow of that darkness you shall see them go mad with fear; and they will set you free and make you great! Go to thy triumph, now! But remember--ah, good friend, I implore thee remember my supplication, and do the blessed sun no hurt. % As the soldiers assisted me across the court the stillness was so profound that if I had been blindfold I should have supposed I was in a solitude instead of walled in by four thousand people.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain