By Edgar Allan Poe
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Tumultuous: tumultueux. visage: visage. Edgar Allan Poe 31 noted. Their habiliments belonged to that order which is pointedly termed the decent. They were undoubtedly noblemen, merchants, attorneys, tradesmen, stock-jobbers - the Eupatrids and the common-places of society - men of leisure and men actively engaged in affairs of their own - conducting business upon their own responsibility. % The tribe of clerks was an obvious one and here I discerned two remarkable divisions. There were the junior clerks of flash houses - young gentlemen with tight coats, bright boots, well-oiled hair, and supercilious lips.
Agitation: agitation, bagarre, barouf, baroufle, brassage. anxiously: de manière inquiète, de façon inquiète. behavior: comportement, conduite, procédé. comprehend: comprendre, comprennent, comprends, comprenez, comprenons. crooked: tordu. deplorable: déplorable. deserting: désertant. devious: détourné. dim: faible, sombre, obscur, brouiller, rendre confus, rendre trouble. gasp: halètement, haleter. gloomy: sombre, morne. impress: impressionner, imprimer. moodily: de manière changeante, de façon changeante.
It was broken by just such a low, harsh, grating sound, as had before attracted the attention of the king and his councillors when the former threw the wine in the face of Trippetta. But, on the French agility: agilité, manœuvrabilité. ascent: ascension, montée, ascendance, phase propulsée, remontée. clambered: grimpâmes, grimpèrent, grimpé, grimpas, grimpai, grimpa, grimpâtes. clinging: collant, se cramponnant, adhérant. convulsed: Convulsionné, bouleversas, convulsionnâtes, convulsionnas, convulsionnâmes, convulsionnai, convulsionna, bouleversèrent, bouleversâtes, convulsionnèrent, bouleversâmes.
Collected Works of Poe, Volume V (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Edgar Allan Poe