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

By Mark Twain

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Now look here, Clarence, I am going to stand your friend, right along, and in return you must be mine. I want you to do me a favor. I want you to get word to the king that I am a magician myself--and the Supreme Grand High-yu-Muck-amuck and head of the tribe, at that; and I want him to be made to understand that I am just quietly arranging a little calamity here that will make the fur fly in these realms if Sir Kay's project is carried out and any harm comes to me. " The poor boy was in such a state that he could hardly answer me.

Oh, la, indeed! and is it a dream that you're to be burned to-morrow? " The shock that went through me was distressing. I now began to reason that my situation was in the last degree serious, dream or no dream; for I knew by past experience of the lifelike intensity of dreams, that to be burned to death, even in a dream, would be very far from being a jest, and was a thing to be avoided, by any means, fair or foul, that I could contrive. " "Now do but hear thyself! Escape? " "No doubt, no doubt.

ANTONYM: (adj) optimistic. ANTONYMS: (adj) heedful, attentive, favor: (n, v) countenance, aid, grace, mindful, conscientious, prudent, support, benefit, boon; (adj, n) careful, cautious. kindness; (n) advantage; (v) befriend, rudiments: (n) grammar, encourage, patronize. ANTONYMS: fundamentals, elements, alphabet, (v) hinder, contradict, dislike, hurt, abecedary, primer, vade mecum, differ, thwart, reject, demean; (n) bedrock, element, fundamental derogation, disapproval, unkindness. principle, rudiment.

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