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Collected Works of Poe, Volume II (Webster's French by Edgar Allan Poe

By Edgar Allan Poe

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Writhe: se débattre, se démener. 28 Collected Works of Poe, Volume II ‘ “When the monster had nearly reached the shore where we stood, it suddenly pushed out one of its eyes to a great extent, and emitted from it a terrible flash of fire, accompanied by a dense cloud of smoke, and a noise that I can compare to nothing but thunder. % ‘ “Being thus evidently spoken to, I was at a loss how to reply, as I could in no manner understand what was said; and in this difficulty I turned to the porter, who was near swooning through affright, and demanded of him his opinion as to what species of monster it was, what it wanted, and what kind of creatures those were that so swarmed upon its back.

Precipitous: irréfléchi, escarpé. scarred: balafré. sway: vaciller, balancement, oscillation, osciller, se balancer. ungovernable: ingouvernable. uproar: tumulte, vacarme, tapage. vortices: tourbillons. whirling: tournoiement, peinturage par centrifugation, essorage, mouvement turbulent, séparation en whirlpool. yonder: là, y. 40 Collected Works of Poe, Volume II In a few minutes more, there came over the scene another radical alteration. The general surface grew somewhat more smooth, and the whirlpools, one by one, disappeared, while prodigious streaks of foam became apparent where none had been seen before.

Hideous: hideux, horrible, abominable, abject, odieux, repoussant, affreux. infinitely: infiniment, de manière infinie, de façon infinie. laughably: de manière risible, risiblement, de façon risible. necromancy: nécromancie. nostrils: narines. perpetual: perpétuel. prodigious: prodigieux. puffed: bouffant, soufflé. rapidity: rapidité. resembling: ressemblant, rejoignant. seashell: coquillage. servitude: servage, servitude. shrieking: cris perçants, hurlement, hurler. surpassed: dépassé, dépassâtes, dépassèrent, surpassâtes, surpassas, dépassas, dépassa, dépassâmes, dépassai, surpassâmes, surpassé.

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