By Stephen Crane
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Placidly: placidement, de manière placide, de façon placide. plunged: plongé. practicable: praticable. presently: actuellement. probe: sonde, sonder, enquête, palpeur, explorer, scruter. relish: savourer, se délecter, goût. stealthy: furtif. swallow: hirondelle, avaler, aronde, déglutir, gorgée, hirondelle de cheminée, gober, engloutir. swept: balayé. tottering: titubant, vacillant, chancelant. vista: perspective. worm: ver, vis sans fin. Stephen Crane 27 He assumed, then, the demeanor of one who knows that he is doomed alone to unwritten responsibilities.
Keenly: de manière vive, de façon vive. melting: fusion, fonte, palier de fusion, fondant, fondre. piteously: de manière pitoyable, de façon pitoyable. receding: fuyant. roaring: rugissant. softened: amolli, adoucis, amollîtes, amollit, amollis, amollîmes, adoucit, adoucîmes, adoucîtes, adouci, adoucirent. solemn: solennel. soles: soles. startling: surprenant. tawny: fauve. thinness: minceur, maigreur. woven: tissé, tissées. yellowish: jaunâtre. 26 The Red Badge of Courage He had opportunity to reflect.
Frequently over this tumult could be heard the grim jokes of the critical veterans; but the retreating men apparently were not even conscious of the presence of an audience. The battle reflection that shone for an instant in the faces on the mad current made the youth feel that forceful hands from heaven would not have been able to have held him in place if he could have got intelligent control of his legs. There was an appalling imprint upon these faces. The struggle in the smoke had pictured an exaggeration of itself on the bleached cheeks and in the eyes wild with one desire.