By Mark Twain
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The leader said: "The stake is ready. " The stake! The strength went out of me, and I almost fell down. " "Order changed; been set forward a day. " I was lost. There was no help for me. I was dazed, stupefied; I had no command over myself, I only wandered purposely about, like one out of his mind; so the soldiers took hold of me, and pulled me along with them, out of the cell and along the maze of underground corridors, and finally into the fierce glare of daylight and the upper world. As we stepped into the vast enclosed court of the castle I got a shock; for the first thing I saw was the stake, standing in the center, and near it the piled fagots and a monk.
And yet it is the very complexion of midnight, to a shade. " I had to carry the boy out myself, he sunk into such a collapse. I handed him over to the soldiers, and went back. Thesaurus blot: (n, v) spot, blemish, smudge, mark, slur, taint, shame; (v) tarnish, blob; (n) blotch; (adj, n) fault. ANTONYMS: (v) dampen, grace, soak, wet, beautify, improve, enhance. colossal: (adj) huge, gargantuan, prodigious, Brobdingnagian, vast, enormous, great, mammoth, immense, massive, monstrous. ANTONYMS: (adj) tiny, small, insignificant, minute, compact, magnificence, majesty; (n, v) microscopic, miniature, slight.
Well, it was touching to see the queen blush and smile, and look embarrassed and happy, and fling furtive glances at Sir Launcelot that would have got him shot in Arkansas, to a dead certainty. Everybody praised the valor and magnanimity of Sir Launcelot; and as for me, I was perfectly amazed, that one man, all by himself, should have been able to beat down and capture such battalions of practiced fighters. " I looked at the boy in sorrow; and as I looked I saw the cloud of a deep despondency settle upon his countenance.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain