Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) PDF

By Charles Dickens

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Pledge: gage, nantissement, promettre, engagement. smalls: petits, grain, fines. stagger: chanceler, tituber, décalage, désaxement, échelonner, stupéfier. Charles Dickens 39 afterwards, Mrs. Sowerberry appeared. % 'Come near the fire, Noah,' said Charlotte. 'I saved a nice little bit of bacon for you from master's breakfast. Oliver, shut that door at Mister Noah's back, and take them bits that I've put out on the cover of the bread-pan. There's your tea; take it away to that box, and drink it there, and make haste, for they'll want you to mind the shop.

He doats on it, your worship,' replied Bumble; giving Oliver a sly pinch, to intimate that he had better not say he didn't. ' inquired the old gentleman. 'If we was to bind him to any other trade to-morrow, he'd run away simultaneous, your worship,' replied Bumble. ' said the old gentleman. 'When I says I will, I means I will,' replied Mr. Gamfield doggedly. 'You're a rough speaker, my friend, but you look an honest, open-hearted man,' said the old gentleman: turning his spectacles in the direction of the candidate for Oliver's premium, whose villainous countenance was a regular stamped receipt for cruelty.

Proudly: fièrement, de manière fire, de façon fire. resuming: reprenant, recommençant. sick: malade, malsain. sink: évier, forer, couler, lavabo, sombrer, toucher, puits, enfoncer, rencontrer, collecteur. stout: corpulent, fort, gros, stout. uppermost: le plus haut, le plus élevé, en dessus, suprême. ' 'I recollect,' said the undertaker. ' Mr. % 'And they made it a special verdict, I think,' said the undertaker, 'by adding some words to the effect, that if the relieving officer had--' 'Tush! ' interposed the beadle.

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