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Indifferent: gleichgültig, indifferent, egal, abgestumpft, teilnahmslos, unparteiisch, unmotiviert, uninterressiert, ungerührt, teilnamslos, einerlei. languid: matt, träge, müde, lustlos, lässig, nachlässig, freudlos, arbeitsscheu, denkfaul, schleppend, flau. loathe: verabscheuen, verabscheue, verabscheust, verabscheut. perfumed: parfümiert. regaled: verwöhntest, gefeiert, spendiert, spendierte, spendierten, spendiertest, spendiertet, verwöhnt, geehrt, verwöhnten, ehrtet. sculptures: Skulpturen, Bildhauerwerke, Bilder.

Monument: Denkmal, Monument. pile: Haufen, Pfahl, Stapel, Menge, Rammpfahl, Stoß, Grundsäule. possess: besitzen, besitze, besitzt. statue: Statue, Standbild, Bildsäule, Denkmal, Monument. struggled: gekämpft. succeeded: gelangt, gelungen, gelangst, gelangen, gelang. superb: großartig, grandios, herrlich, hervorragend. toiled: geschuftet. wiser: Weiser, weisere. Henry James 39 “This%is very interesting,” said Mrs. Tristram. ” “I have known mine for a long time,” Newman went on. “I made up my mind tolerably early in life that a beautiful wife was the thing best worth having, here below.

Tristram left the cards unshuffled, so that there was a trio in the evening on the balcony. The talk was of many things, and at last Mrs. Tristram German apt: geeignet, passend, zirka, ungefähr, treffend, begabt. ceremonies: Zeremonien, Feierlichkeiten. chatter: schwatzen, schnattern, Geplapper, Geschwätz, Geschwafel, klappern, plappern, plaudern, Gerede, Schwatze, Tratsch. conceit: Einbildung, Anmaßung, Eingebildetheit, Eigenbildung, Arroganz. flatter: schmeicheln, schmeichele, schmeichle, schmeichelst, schmeichelt, stehen, lobhudeln, honig um den Bart schmieren, schwänzeln.

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