By Anton Chekhov
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He roared, dashing up to the driver and shaking his fist at him. Thesaurus anathema: (n) imprecation, curse, cramp; (adj, n) disturbance. ANTONYM: (n) peace. execration, abomination, creak: (v) pipe, screech, twang, commination, ban, malison, bane, fulmination, maranatha; (adj, n) skreigh, resound, jangle, gnash, taboo. ANTONYMS: (n) blessing, confess; (n) creaking; (adv) creakingly; (adj) ancient. love, beloved. clank: (n, v) clang, clash, bang, jangle, piercing: (adj, n) sharp, cutting; (adj, v) jingle, rattle; (n) clangor, clangour, keen, penetrating, biting, bitter, ring, chink; (v) twang.
Hanging over, overspreading, half-moon: (n) curve, arc. depending, hanging. irresolutely: (adv) waveringly, portmanteau: (n) valise, Gladstone, undecidedly, indecisively, hesitantly, portmanteau word, blend, Gladstone uncertainly, hesitatingly, weakly, bag, word, suitcase, box, blending, infirmly, spinelessly, unsteadily, grip, portmantle. unsettledly. ANTONYMS: (adv) shaggy: (adj) bushy, hirsute, hairy, decisively, firmly. bearded, shagged, pilous, brushy, lamented: (adj) mourned, bewailed. unkempt, hispid; (adj, n) ragged; (n) overhanging: (adj, v) projecting; (v) rugged.
Ribs: (n) dinner, chest, bosom. selecting: (n) picking, option; (v) choose; (adj) selective, electoral, elective, eclectic. stout: (adj, n) sturdy, stocky, hearty; (adj) hardy, strong, robust, obese, husky, bold, corpulent, fleshy. ANTONYMS: (adj) thin, slim, flimsy, cowardly, slight, skinny, fragile, weak. swollen: (adj, v) inflated, distended; (adj) bombastic, puffy, turgid, puffed, high, egotistic, bulging; (v) blown; (adj, prep) pompous. ANTONYMS: (adj) contracted, shrunken. Anton Chekhov 45 "We got on all right without a bridge," said the elder Lytchkov gloomily; "we did not ask for it.