By Charles Dickens
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ANTONYMS: (n) sadness, gloom, sorrow, despondency, displeasure, misery, boredom. rapidity: (n) expedition, quickness, promptness, dispatch, celerity, haste, velocity, pace, fleetness, promptitude, speed. ANTONYM: (n) tardiness. shrunk: (adj) contracted, wizened, withered, shrivelled, shriveled, wizen, insipid, drawn grain, wearish. waved: (adj) undulating, wavy, curly, not dated, undated. % She clapped her hands and laughed, and tried to touch his head; but being too little, laughed again, and stood on tiptoe to embrace him.
He spoke so gently to me one dear night when I was going to bed, that I was not afraid to ask him once more if you might come home; and he said Yes, you should; and sent me in a coach to bring you. " said Thesaurus brimful: (adj) teeming, brimfull, full, packed, replete, topful, abundant, full to the brim, brimful of, crowded, overfilled. clapping: (n) clap, acclaim, hand, clapping of hands, cheering, handclap, ovation, slapping, plaudit, round, approval. cuff: (n, v) hit, knock, clout, punch, slap, whack, manacle, handcuff; (v) box, buffet, beat.
Confined, squeezed, tiny. ignite, kindled, lighten. benevolence: (n) beneficence, clap: (n, v) blast, boom, slam, rumble; streets: (n) street. (n) applause, clapping, gonorrhoea, tumult: (adj, n, v) hubbub, disturbance; affection, favor, mercy, compassion, smash; (v) acclaim, applaud, hit. (n) stir, commotion, bustle, din, fuss, favour, kindness, benefaction, pity, excitement; (n, v) clamor, disorder, kindliness, generosity. ANTONYMS: ANTONYMS: (v) hiss, jeer. (n) malevolence, meanness, cruelty, jovial: (adj, n) gay; (adj) jolly, genial, brawl.
A Christmas Carol (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens