By Mark Twain
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Hymn: (n) song, canticle, chant, helplessly: (adv) weakly, powerlessly, anthem, carol, chorale, doxology; (v) lostly, destitutely, shiftlessly, glorify, laud, sing, extol. ill-bred: (adj) boorish, discourteous, defenselessly, unprotectedly, ineffectively, wretchedly, impertinent, graceless, gruff, incompetently, disabledly. uncouth, uncivil, ill-mannered, ANTONYM: (adv) powerfully. crude, inurbane, indelicate. hush: (adj, n, v) calm, silence, quiet, queer: (adj) fantastic, odd, eccentric, still, lull; (n) peace; (v) shut up, gag, funny, curious, gay, peculiar, strange, quieten, muffle; (adj, v) soothe.
He wondered if she would pity him if she knew? Would she cry, and wish that she had a right to put her arms around his neck and comfort him? Or would she turn coldly away like all the hollow world? This picture brought such an agony of pleasurable suffering that he worked it over and over again in his mind and set it up in new and varied lights, till he wore it threadbare. % About half-past nine or ten o'clock he came along the deserted street to where the Adored Unknown lived; he paused a moment; no sound fell upon his listening ear; a candle was casting a dull glow upon the curtain of a second-story window.
ANTONYMS: (adj) unabashed, proud. simplest: (adj) rudimentary. twelve: (adj, n) dozen, XII; (n) boxcars, large integer. Mark Twain CHAPTER 35 %V THE PINCH BUG AND HIS PREY ABOUT half-past ten the cracked bell of the small church began to ring, and presently the people began to gather for the morning sermon. The Sunday-school children distributed themselves about the house and occupied pews with their parents, so as to be under supervision. Aunt Polly came, and Tom and Sid and Mary sat with her--Tom being placed next the aisle, in order that he might be as far away from the open window and the seductive outside summer scenes as possible.