Download e-book for iPad: Jane Eyre (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Charlotte Brontë

By Charlotte Brontë

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Frightened: effrayé, effrayâtes, effrayas, effrayâmes, effrayèrent, effrayai, effraya, redouté, redouta, redoutai, redoutâmes. invisible: invisible. kindness: amabilité, bonté, gentillesse, aménité. knee: genou, coude, le genou. locked: bloqué, fermé. punishment: punition, peine, châtiment, sanction. rocking: balancement, basculant. slipped: glissé. suffocating: étouffant, suffoquant. tremble: trembler, tremblent, tremblement. triumph: triomphe, triompher. twisting: torsion, torsadage. violently: violemment, de manière violente, de façon violente.

French blanched: blanchis, blanchîmes, blanchîtes, blanchit, blanchirent, blanchi. breeze: brise, souffle. brooding: élevage des poussins. congealed: congelé. fearless: intrépide, courageux. flakes: grès schisteux fissile, flocons. frock: robe. habituated: se `habitué, te `habituas, se `habituèrent, nous `habituâmes, me `habituai, se `habitua, vous `habituâtes. hoary: blanchi, chenu. indulge: être indulgent, gâter. lea: échevette. lightness: clarté, légèreté, leucie, luminosité. melting: fusion, fonte, palier de fusion, fondant, fondre.

Surging: effet de cavalement, ballottement, enflant, pistonnage, pompage, spumescence, modification de dimension. toy: jouet, joujou. undressed: déshabillé, déshabillas, déshabillâtes, déshabillai, déshabilla, déshabillèrent, déshabillâmes. witnessing: témoignant. ” When thus gentle, Bessie seemed to me the best, prettiest, kindest being in the world; and I wished most intensely that she would always be so pleasant and amiable, and never push me about, or scold, or task me unreasonably, as she was too often wont to do.

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