By Mark Twain
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There are lots of variations of The Prince and the Pauper. This academic version used to be created for self-improvement or in guidance for complex examinations. the ground of every web page is annotated with a mini-thesaurus of unusual phrases highlighted within the textual content, together with synonyms and antonyms. Designed for faculty districts, educators, and scholars looking to maximize functionality on standardized exams, Webster’s paperbacks make the most of the truth that classics are often assigned readings.
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Swarming: (adj) full, crowded, alive, packed, populous, sensitive, thick; (v) dense, crowded to suffocation, serried, closely packed. ANTONYMS: (adj) clear, deserted. twinkle: (n, v) flash, gleam, shimmer, glimmer, glisten, glitter, scintillate, wink; (adj, n, v) flicker; (v) shine, blink. ”% The prince twisted himself loose, unconsciously brushed his profaned shoulder, and eagerly said—“Oh, art his father, truly? ” “His father? —I am worn, I am wounded, I can bear no more. Take me to the king my father, and he will make thee rich beyond thy wildest dreams.
Houseless: (adj) unhoused. plebeian: (adj) low, vulgar, ignoble, humble, coarse, mean; (n) pleb, commoner; (adj, n) proletarian; (adj, v) ordinary, general. ANTONYMS: (adj) cultivated, proletarian, patrician, refined; (n) aristocrat, noble. ruffian: (n) rowdy, rascal, hooligan, bully, brute, hoodlum, tough, miscreant, villain, rogue, roughneck. swarming: (adj) full, crowded, alive, packed, populous, sensitive, thick; (v) dense, crowded to suffocation, serried, closely packed. ANTONYMS: (adj) clear, deserted.
Requisite; (n) necessity, almighty dwelt: (v) dwell, inhabit. dollar. illustrious: (adj, n) glorious, respectfully: (adv) reverentially, celebrated, excellent, grand; (adj) reverently, politely, courteously, famous, bright, eminent, famed, civilly, attentively, graciously, distinguished, brilliant, well-known. submissively, obsequiously, ANTONYMS: (adj) unknown, admiringly, regardfully. ANTONYMS: (adv) impudently, obscure, ordinary, undistinguished, lowly. contemptuously, disdainfully, needful: (adj) necessary, essential, rudely, insolently, audaciously, indispensable, required, needed, sneeringly, nastily, irreverently, mandatory, exigent, needy; (adj, v) disobediently, arrogantly.