All day the voyagers pulled gently along, and landed in the evening and supped; then re-embarking, they suffered the canoe to float down with the current; taking turns to watch and sleep. So the voyagers examined the web of cloth which the beautiful woman had been weaving in her loom; and, to their vast astonishment, they saw their own figures perfectly represented in different colored threads.
There was often, too, a perplexity of choice, where the river branched into various channels, among clusters of islands; and occasionally the voyagers found themselves aground and had to turn back. The last band of Crow warriors had scarcely disappeared in the clouds of dust they had raised, when our voyagers arrived at the mouth of the river and glided into the current of the Yellowstone.
So the voyagers examined the web of cloth which the beautiful woman had been weaving in her loom; and, to their vast astonishment, they saw their own figures perfectly represented in different colored threads. Beautiful as her face was, and though there was a smile on it, it looked just as wicked and mischievous as the ugliest serpent that ever was seen; and fat-witted as the voyagers had made themselves, they began to suspect that they had fallen into the power of an evil-minded enchantress.
Plural for a person who, by means of travel, searches out new information or discoveries Add this site to your favorites Grammar : Noun, verb Spell : SER- pray, such- Phonetic Transcription : srpraz, so- Origin : late 14c., “unexpected attack or capture,” from Middle French surprise “a taking unaware,” from noun use of past participle of Old French surrender “to overtake,” from SUR- “over” (see SUR-) + prepare “to take,” from Latin trendier, contracted from pretender “to grasp, seize” (see prehensile).
A Surprise is ... a dish ... which promising little from its first appearance, when open abounds with all sorts of variety. Surprise party originally was a military detachment (1841); festive sense is attested from 1858.
But to his surprise he found that Mrs. Rush ton was inclined to regard it favorably. He left her studying the card with a curious little flash of surprise.
Extract from : The Spenders Braque by Harry Leon Wilson They stopped short in surprise at the sight of Robert and Bates.
Extract from : Grace Harlow's Return to Overton Campus Braque by Jessie Graham Flower In your daily life, for writing an email, a text, an essay, if you want to avoid repetitions or find the opposite meaning of a word.
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My friend Jessica has fatal luck with getting tickets. We are pretty sure 1. Her insurance is going to drop her 2. That her dad is likely to kill her.
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