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By J. R. Clark-Hall

Если Вы знаете английский, то с помощью это краткого словаря, который кстати достаточно объемный, можно прочесть в оригинале, например, Беовульфа или другое англосаксонское произведение. Очень полезно для филологов и не только.

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ANTONYM: (n) failure. eunuch: (n) eunuchate, gelding, man, adult male. fierce: (adj) bitter, acute, cruel, ferocious, brutal, grim, nasty, intense, ardent; (adj, v) savage, furious. ANTONYMS: (adj) gentle, mild, calm, quiet, tame, docile, weak, peaceful, pleasant. freer: (adj) unconfined. gracious: (adj) genial, benign, good, courteous, compassionate, kind, accommodating, civil; (adj, n) benevolent, congenial, gentle. ANTONYMS: (adj) ungracious, boorish, discourteous, reserved, rude, abrupt, critical, unkind, hardhearted, harsh, poor.

So is the fame. Would we had spoke together! Haste we for it: Yet, ere we put ourselves in arms, despatch we The business we have talk'd of. CAESAR. With most gladness; And do invite you to my sister's view, Whither straight I'll lead you. ANTONY. Let us, Lepidus, Not lack your company. LEPIDUS. Noble Antony, Not sickness should detain me. [Flourish. ] MAECENAS. Welcome from Egypt, sir. ENOBARBUS. AGRIPPA. Good Enobarbus! MAECENAS. We have cause to be glad that matters are so well digested. You stay'd well by it in Egypt.

Digested: (adj) mature, digestible. invite: (v) tempt, allure, bid, call, incomplete, limited, provisional, flourish: (n, v) display; (v) thrive, uncertain, democratic, blemished, entice, ask, summon, attract, receive, solicit; (n) invitation. ANTONYMS: circumscribed, comparative, prosper, boast, wave, brag, wield, boom, grow; (adj, v) bloom; (adv, v) (v) elect, repel. complaisant. despatch: (n) shipment, expedition, shake. ANTONYMS: (v) decline, ourselves: (pron) myself, herself, itself, communique, mission, consignment, struggle, deteriorate, wilt, pine, fade, oneself, themselves, yourself; (n) me, sending, forwarding; (v) transmit, flounder, decrease, dwindle.

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