F. Scott Fitzgerald's This Side of Paradise (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) PDF

By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Amory’s secret ideal had all the slicker qualifications, but, in addition, courage and tremendous brains and talents also Amory conceded him a bizarre streak that was quite irreconcilable to the slicker proper. French admired: admirâtes, admiras, admira, admirèrent, admiré, admirâmes, admirai. badges: insignes anatomiques. bizarre: bizarre, singulier. blurred: flou, floué. brains: cervelle, cerveau. cleverness: intelligence, habileté, ingéniosité. concealed: caché, cachâmes, cachai, cacha, cachèrent, cachas, cachâtes, dissimulé, dissimulas, dissimula, dissimulèrent.

French afar: loin. bandage: bandage, pansement, bande, emmailloter, bander. blood-stained: taché de sang. circling: coupage circulaire. contemptible: méprisable. crashing: écraser. diminished: diminué, diminuai, diminua, diminuèrent, diminuâmes, diminuâtes, diminuas. drilled: percé. exhorting: exhortant. flowed: coulé. galley: cuisine, office, galère, galée. heroism: héroïsme. hoarse: rauque, enroué. imitating: imitant, copiant. impressionable: impressionnable. laziness: paresse, fainéantise. moodiness: humeur maussade.

Pumped: pompé. reaper: moissonneur, moissonneuse. satirical: satirique. wedge: coin, cale, clavette, caler. F. ” The movies thrived on caustic comments, but the men who made them were generally running it out; talking of clubs was running it out; standing for anything very strongly, as, for instance, drinking parties or teetotalling, was running it out; in short, being personally conspicuous was not tolerated, and the influential man was the noncommittal man, until at club elections in sophomore year every one should be sewed up in some bag for the rest of his college career.

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