By Mark Twain
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ANTONYMS: (v) stop, destroy, halt, finish. gladness: (n) joy, gaiety, pleasure, delight, bliss, glee, happiness, exhilaration, joyfulness, mirth, cheerfulness. ANTONYMS: (n) unhappiness, dismay, displeasure. purposely: (adj, adv) designedly, advisedly, knowingly; (adv) intentionally, on purpose, by design, consciously, by choice, calculatedly, explicitly; (adj) wittingly. ANTONYM: (adv) unintentionally. Mark Twain 41 strike! Wherefore I diligently pretended, unto this and that and the other one, that your power against the sun could not reach its full until the morrow; and so if any would save the sun and the world, you must be slain to-day, while your enchantments are but in the weaving and lack potency.
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.
That was the half-conviction that when the nature of my proposed calamity should be reported to those superstitious people, it would have such an effect that they would want to compromise. So, by and by when I heard footsteps coming, that thought was recalled to me, and I said to myself, "As sure as anything, it's the compromise. " The door opened, and some men-at-arms appeared. The leader said: "The stake is ready. " The stake! The strength went out of me, and I almost fell down. " "Order changed; been set forward a day.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain