By Mark Twain
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Extra info for A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's Thesaurus Edition)
Raiment: (n, v) dress, garb, apparel, affliction, misfortune, plague, reluctant, unwilling, indisposed, garment, clothes; (n) costume, attire, catastrophe, tragedy, blow, bale, antipathetical, antipathetic, not distress; (n, v) trouble. ANTONYMS: content, shy of, repugnant; (v) averse clothing, array, habit; (v) clothe. (n) blessing, boon, luck, joy, scoffing: (n) scoff, mockery, jeer, from. naught: (n) cipher, nothing, null, derision, sibilation, gibe; (adj) opportunity. discourtesy: (n) indignity, rudeness, aught, nix, nought, zip, cypher, nada; mocking, derisive, cynical, scoptical, (adj, n, pron) nil; (n, pron) zilch.
ANTONYMS: (n) prudence, supplication: (n, v) entreaty, solicitation; (n) petition, invocation, sense, sensibleness, understanding, forethought, responsibility. appeal, request, rogation, plea, good-hearted: (adj) benign, goodorison, blessing, imploration. tediously: (adv) tiresomely, slowly, natured, kindly, kindhearted. implore: (v) beg, beseech, supplicate, dully, monotonously, heavily, ask, conjure, crave, pray, importune, irksomely, wearisomely, appeal, plead, solicit. ANTONYMS: uninterestingly, drearily, laboriously, (v) demand, grant, reject.
Clothe: (v) dress, cover, garb, apparel, respect; (n) laurels, reverence, esteem, admiration, worthiness; (v) revere, clad, vest, arrange, deck, invest, wrap; (n, v) attire. ANTONYMS: (v) dignify, credit, reward, award. repent: (v) deplore, bewail, rue, reveal, strip, uncover. creeping: (n) creep, crawl, locomotion, mourn, lament, atone, sorry, bemoan, spreading; (v) lentor; (adj) reptile, feel remorse, grieve, be sorry. slow, reptant, reptatory, serpiginous, shamed: (adj) dishonored, ashamed, moving.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain