By Charles Dickens
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Upper side, pate, round top, acme, hoop: (n) circle, band, ring, loop, summit, superlative, teetotum. yonder: (adv) beyond, further, farther, annulus, round, sphere, wheel, circlet, halo; (v) encircle. 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.
Ebenezer! " Scrooge's former self, now grown a young man, came briskly in, accompanied by his fellow-'prentice. " said Scrooge to the Ghost. "Bless me, yes. There he is. He was very much attached to me, was Dick. Poor Dick! " said Fezziwig. "No more work to-night. Christmas Eve, Dick. Christmas, Ebenezer! " You wouldn't believe how those two fellows went at it! They charged into the street with the shutters--one, two, three--had 'em up in their places--four, five, six--barred 'em and pinned 'em--seven, eight, nine--and came back before you could have got to twelve, panting like race-horses.
The voice was soft and gentle. Singularly low, as if instead of being so close beside him, it were at a distance. " Scrooge demanded. " inquired Scrooge: observant of its dwarfish stature. "No. " Perhaps, Scrooge could not have told anybody why, if anybody could have asked him; but he had a special desire to see the Spirit in his cap; and begged him to be covered. " exclaimed the Ghost, "would you so soon put out, with worldly hands, the light I give? " Scrooge reverently disclaimed all intention to offend or any knowledge of having wilfully "bonneted" the Spirit at any period of his life.
A Christmas Carol (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens