A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's by Mark Twain

By Mark Twain

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Cheerfulness: (n) glee, happiness, abhorrence. ANTONYMS: (n) love, show, whiten, untwist, denote, exhilaration, hilarity, mirth, depict, represent, blanch, blench. attraction, delight, liking, adoration. reverence: (n, v) respect, regard, fear, tube: (n) conduit, subway, duct, merriment, gladness, cheer, good worship, honor, esteem, adore; (n) spirits, pleasure, joviality. electron tube, hose, channel, metro, ANTONYMS: (n) sadness, grimness, deference, adoration, admiration, cylinder, hosepipe, television, box.

The leader said: "The stake is ready. " The stake! The strength went out of me, and I almost fell down. " "Order changed; been set forward a day. " I was lost. There was no help for me. I was dazed, stupefied; I had no command over myself, I only wandered purposely about, like one out of his mind; so the soldiers took hold of me, and pulled me along with them, out of the cell and along the maze of underground corridors, and finally into the fierce glare of daylight and the upper world. As we stepped into the vast enclosed court of the castle I got a shock; for the first thing I saw was the stake, standing in the center, and near it the piled fagots and a monk.

It is the knight's pavilion, said Merlin, that ye fought with last, Sir Pellinore, but he is out, he is not there; he hath ado with a knight of yours, that hight Egglame, and they have fought together, but at the last Egglame fled, and else he had been dead, and he hath chased him even to Carlion, and we shall meet with him anon in the highway. That is well said, said Arthur, now have I a sword, now will I wage battle with him, and be avenged on him. Sir, ye shall not so, said Merlin, for the knight is weary of fighting and chasing, so that ye shall have no worship to have ado with him; also, he will not lightly be matched of one knight living; and therefore it is my counsel, let him pass, for he shall do you good service in short time, and his sons, after his days.

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