The Prince and the Pauper (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain

By Mark Twain

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In spite of every precaution, the conversation among the young people became a little embarrassing at times. More than once, in truth, Tom was near to breaking down and confessing himself unequal to his tremendous part; but the tact of the Princess Elizabeth saved him, or a word from one or the other of the vigilant lords, thrown in apparently by chance, had the same happy effect. ” Tom hesitated, looked distressed, and was about to stammer out something at hazard, when Lord St. ” Tom mumbled something that stood for assent, but felt that he was getting upon dangerous ground.

Faculties: (n) mother wit. pulpy: (adj) soft, yielding, fleshy, frayed: (adj) threadbare, shabby, succulent, spongy, silken, mild, ragged, tattered, thin, torn; (adj, v) pulpous, downy, squashy, containing dilapidated; (v) secondhand, wilted, pulp. shaken, stale. ANTONYMS: (adj) undone: (adj) ruined, unfinished, pristine, new, smart. sunk, done for, finished, behindhand, meekly: (adv) humbly, submissively, decayed; (adj, v) doomed; (v) tamely, compliantly, obediently, accursed, to be pitied, devoted.

Degradation, humiliation, sorrow, true: (adj, n) genuine, authentic; (adj) decorum, face, distinction, honor, derogation, disparagement. majesty, eminence, solemnity; (adj, n) king: (n) mogul, sovereign, chief, right, faithful, even, correct, accurate, decency. ANTONYMS: (n) lowliness, crown, tycoon, baron, ruler, magnate, honest, straight, truthful; (adj, v) majesty, rex, power. ANTONYM: (n) actual. ANTONYMS: (adj) inaccurate, indecency, impropriety, simplicity, cheerfulness, austerity. queen.

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