By Mark Twain
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Extra resources for A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition)
Superior: supérieur, suprême, dominant, surplombant. woven: tissé, tissées. wrought: forgé, travaillé. 32 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.
Fears: craintes. fun: amusement, plaisir, détente, distraction, récréation, plaisanterie. hanged: pendu. harsh: vulgaire, rude, dur, acerbe, grossier, maussade, rustique, âpre, astringent. laughed: ries, rit, rirent, rie, ris. nap: petit somme, somme. plight: situation critique. reckon: calculer, calculent, calculons, calcule, calculez, calcules, estimer. resignedly: de manière résignée, de façon résignée. rusty: rouillé. surprise: surprendre, surprise. till: caisse, à, jusqu'à ce que. tired: fatigué, las.
I had a great many servants, and those that were on duty lolled in the anteroom; and when I wanted one of them I had to go and call for him. There was no gas, there were no candles; a bronze dish half full of boarding-house butter with a blazing rag floating in it was the thing that produced what was regarded as light. A lot of these hung along the walls and modified the dark, just toned it down enough to make it dismal. If you went out at night, your servants carried torches. There were no books, pens, paper or ink, and no glass in the openings they believed to be windows.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain