By Edgar Allan Poe
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ANTONYMS: (v) room, sleeping room, master acknowledge, admit, accept. dryly: (adv) coldly, sternly, sourly, bedroom, boudoir. branded: (adj) identified, known, sarcastically, laconically, huskily. ANTONYMS: (adv) interestingly, proprietary, recognized. convulsive: (adj) spastic, galvanic, warmly. equerry: (n) functionary, groom, fitful, paroxysmal, violent, choreic, unsteady, hysterical; (v) unquiet, Querry, attendant. foaming: (adj) foamy, effervescent, restless, saltatory. disclaim: (v) deny, renounce, abjure, effervescing, bubbly, bubbling, sparkling, spumy; (adj, n) frothing; disavow, disown, abdicate, gainsay, (n) surging, effervescence, scum.
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Lunatic: (n) madman, maniac, bedlamite; (adj) insane, foolish, moonstruck, mad, mental, deranged, idiotic; (adj, n) madcap. ANTONYM: (adj) sensible. obtaining: (n) acceptance, capture, collection; (adj) adeption, dominant. overtake: (v) catch, attain, catch up with, exceed, overpower, overcome, go by, gain, devastate, outstrip, beat. provinces: (n) distance. % I thanked him, and, turning from the main road, we entered a grass-grown by-path, which, in half an hour, nearly lost itself in a dense forest, clothing the base of a mountain.
Collected Works of Poe, Volume IV (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Edgar Allan Poe