By Charles Dickens
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Companion: compagnon, camarade, compagne, accompagnateur. compound: composé, combiné, composant. designing: conception, concevoir, dessin, intrigant, mise en carte. dreadful: terrible, affreux, épouvantable. horror: horreur, dégoût, aversion, répulsion, abomination, atrocité. incredulous: incrédule. laying: pose, posant, ponte, couchant, pondant, levée. leaning: penchant. mingled: mélangea, mêlèrent, mêlâtes, mêlas, mélangèrent, mélangeâtes, mélangeas, mélangeai, mêlâmes, mêlai, mêla. mistaken: abusif, trompé.
Bumble, in a tone of impressive pomposity. ' said the child, trembling. 'Yes, Oliver,' said Mr. Bumble. ' As Mr. Bumble paused to take breath, after delivering this address in an awful voice, the tears rolled down the poor child's face, and he sobbed bitterly. 'Come,' said Mr. Bumble, somewhat less pompously, for it was gratifying to his feelings to observe the effect his eloquence had produced; 'Come, Oliver! ' It certainly was, for there was quite enough water in it already. On their way to the magistrate, Mr.
This is him, sir,' replied Mr. Bumble. ' French adjoining: adjacent, attenant, contigu, aboutissant. admonished: admonesta, admonestèrent, admonestâmes, admonesté, admonestai, admonestâtes, admonestas, exhortèrent, exhortâtes, exhortas, exhortâmes. aloud: à haute voix. contradictory: contradictoire. dozed: sommeillai, sommeillâmes, sommeillas, sommeillâtes, sommeillé, sommeillèrent, sommeilla. expiration: expiration. grim: sinistre, macabre, menaçant. injunctions: injonctions. innocently: de manière innocente, innocemment, de façon innocente.