By Charles Dickens
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Capacious: vaste. charged: chargé. clap: claquer, applaudir, applaudissement. dressing: pansement, assaisonnement, habillage. excitement: excitation. fat: gras, gros, graisse, épais. inches: pouces. jovial: enjoué. knocked: frappèrent, frappés, frappâmes, frappa, frappées. oily: huileux, graisseux. organ: organe, orgue. panting: haletant. passengers: passagers. plain: plaine, clair, uni, ordinaire, net, limpide, évident. rubbed: frotté. shutters: volets. strife: conflit. tumult: barouf, baroufle, bagarre, tumulte.
Glowing: incandescence. joyful: joyeux, heureux. loosely: de manière détachée, de façon détachée. mantle: manteau, pèlerine. observable: observable. rust: rouille, rouiller, se rouiller. scabbard: fourreau. seething: bouillonnant. sheath: gaine, enveloppe. sparkling: étincelant, brillant, mousseux, pétillant. timidly: de manière timide, timidement, de façon timide. wreath: couronne. Charles Dickens 43 "Spirit," said Scrooge submissively, "conduct me where you will. I went forth last night on compulsion, and I learnt a lesson which is working now.
His partner lies upon the point of death, I hear; and there he sat alone. " "I told you these were shadows of the things that have been," said the Ghost. " French affection: affection, amour. alike: semblable, pareil. attentively: attentivement, de manière attentive, de façon attentive. despoil: spolier, spolient, spolies, spoliez, spolions, spolie. dim: faible, sombre, obscur, brouiller, rendre confus, rendre trouble. dive: plonger, plongeon, plongée, piqué, plonge. fictitious: fictif, factice.
A Christmas Carol (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens