By Charles Dickens
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Sordid: (adj) ignoble, nasty, foul, filthy, grimy, base, cheap, despicable, dishonorable, mucky, low. ANTONYMS: (adj) respectable, pleasant, wholesome, reputable, honorable, clean, attractive, humane. worldly: (adj, adv) earthly; (adj) mundane, secular, terrestrial, temporal, carnal, sophisticated, lay, profane; (adv) mundanely, temporally. ANTONYMS: (adj) spiritual, naive, cloistered, religious, unsophisticated, unworldly, unrefined, otherworldly, low, heavenly, immaterial. Charles Dickens 39 misery now that we are two.
He was conscious of a thousand odours floating in the air, each one connected with a thousand thoughts, and hopes, and joys, and cares long, long, forgotten! "Your lip is trembling," said the Ghost. " Scrooge muttered, with an unusual catching in his voice, that it was a pimple; and begged the Ghost to lead him where he would. " inquired the Spirit. " observed the Ghost. " They walked along the road, Scrooge recognising every gate, and post, and tree; until a little market-town appeared in the distance, with its bridge, its Thesaurus clad: (adj) dressed, attired, clothed, precipitant, swift, momentaneous, coated, garbed; (n) cladding; (prep) quick.
Asked Scrooge. " The voice was soft and gentle. Singularly low, as if instead of being so close beside him, it were at a distance. " Scrooge demanded. " inquired Scrooge: observant of its dwarfish stature. "No. " Perhaps, Scrooge could not have told anybody why, if anybody could have asked him; but he had a special desire to see the Spirit in his cap; and begged him to be covered. " exclaimed the Ghost, "would you so soon put out, with worldly hands, the light I give? " Scrooge reverently disclaimed all intention to offend or any knowledge of having wilfully "bonneted" the Spirit at any period of his life.