Adam Bede (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition) by George Eliot

By George Eliot

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Whence: woher. willows: Weidenbäume. George Eliot 41 crying--but her broadly marked eyebrows are still black, her teeth are sound, and as she stands knitting rapidly and unconsciously with her work- hardened hands, she has as firmly upright an attitude as when she is carrying a pail of water on her head from the spring. % Family likeness has often a deep sadness in it. Nature, that great tragic dramatist, knits us together by bone and muscle, and divides us by the subtler web of our brains; blends yearning and repulsion; and ties us by our heartstrings to the beings that jar us at every movement.

I know thee dost things as nobody else 'ud do, my lad. But thee't allays so hard upo' thy feyther, Adam. Thee think'st nothing too much to do for Seth: thee snapp'st me up if iver I find faut wi' th' lad. " "That's better than speaking soft and letting things go the wrong way, I reckon, isn't it? If I wasn't sharp with him he'd sell every bit o' stuff i' th' yard and spend it on drink. I know there's a duty to be done by my father, but it isn't my duty to encourage him in running headlong to ruin.

How is it? "Ah, dear friends, we are in sad want of good news about God; and what does other good news signify if we haven't that? For everything else comes to German blight: Vereiteln, Vernichten, Kartoffelfäule, Fluch, die Verschandelung, die Braunfäule, der Pesthauch, der Mehltau, Verderben, Gifthauch. cares: sorgen. carrots: Karotten. coarse: grob, ungeschliffen, rauh, abgestanden, arg, barsch, grobkörnig, unflätig, holperig, obszön, ungehobelt. corn: Mais, Getreide, Hühnerauge, Korn, Schwiele, Leichdorn, der Mais.

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