By Charles Dickens
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Observed the Ghost. " They walked along the road, Scrooge recognising every gate, and post, and tree; until a little market-town appeared in the distance, with its bridge, its Thesaurus clad: (adj) dressed, attired, clothed, precipitant, swift, momentaneous, coated, garbed; (n) cladding; (prep) quick. ANTONYMS: (adj) gradual, gowned; (v) costume, shod, dress, delayed, considered. attire. ANTONYMS: (adj) undressed, pimple: (n) boil, pustule, blister, unclothed. hickey, symptom, whitehead, papula, clasping: (adj) tendril.
Abroad, thither, further away, at that leafless: (adj) bald, bare, aphyllous, place; (adj) distant, yond, furious, leaveless, hairless. ANTONYM: (adj) fierce. " asked the Spirit. "Nothing," said Scrooge. "Nothing. There was a boy singing a Christmas Carol at my door last night. " Scrooge's former self grew larger at the words, and the room became a little darker and more dirty. The panels shrunk, the windows cracked; fragments of plaster fell out of the ceiling, and the naked laths were shown instead; but how all this was brought about, Scrooge knew no more than you do.
Gladness: (n) joy, gaiety, pleasure, delight, bliss, glee, happiness, exhilaration, joyfulness, mirth, cheerfulness. ANTONYMS: (n) unhappiness, dismay, displeasure. glisten: (n, v) gleam, sparkle, flash, glance, shimmer, glitter, glister; (v) glimmer, beam, coruscate, glint. jocund: (adj) happy, merry, glad, cheerful, lively, joyous, joyful, blithe; (adj, v) jovial, jolly, brisk. mossy: (adj) floral, mosslike, moldy, hoary, musty, covered, musciform, stodgy, hoar, chromatic, canescent. retentive: (adj) strong, retaining, absorbent, adhesive, glutinous, closefisted, cohesive; (v) fast, closely adhering, deep, dissipated.
A Christmas Carol (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens