By Charles Dickens
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Exclaimed the Spirit. "Never," Scrooge made answer to it. " pursued the Phantom. "I don't think I have," said Scrooge. "I am afraid I have not. " "More than eighteen hundred," said the Ghost. " muttered Scrooge. The Ghost of Christmas Present rose. French ample: ample, large, étendu. antique: antique, antiquité. artifice: artifice. bordered: bordé. bowls: boules. cheery: gai. clothed: vêtu, vêtîmes, vêtit, vêtîtes, vêtis, vêtirent, habillai, habillé, habilla, habillâmes, habillas. concealed: caché, cachâmes, cachai, cacha, cachèrent, cachas, cachâtes, dissimulé, dissimulas, dissimula, dissimulèrent.
Joyful: joyeux, heureux. loosely: de manière détachée, de façon détachée. mantle: manteau, pèlerine. observable: observable. rust: rouille, rouiller, se rouiller. scabbard: fourreau. seething: bouillonnant. sheath: gaine, enveloppe. sparkling: étincelant, brillant, mousseux, pétillant. timidly: de manière timide, timidement, de façon timide. wreath: couronne. Charles Dickens 43 "Spirit," said Scrooge submissively, "conduct me where you will. I went forth last night on compulsion, and I learnt a lesson which is working now.
Wilfully: de manière obstinée, de façon obstinée. 26 A Christmas Carol It would have been in vain for Scrooge to plead that the weather and the hour were not adapted to pedestrian purposes; that bed was warm, and the thermometer a long way below freezing; that he was clad but lightly in his slippers, dressing-gown, and nightcap; and that he had a cold upon him at that time. The grasp, though gentle as a woman's hand, was not to be resisted. " As the words were spoken, they passed through the wall, and stood upon an open country road, with fields on either hand.