By Richard Cleasby
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Oppressed: (adj) laden, persecuted, broken, burdened, drawn, gloomy, aggrieved, downcast, heavy, ladened, loaded. Daniel Defoe 41 short, I fell very ill; the agonies of my mind, in a word, threw me into a high fever, and long it was, that none in the family expected my life. I was reduced very low indeed, and was often delirious and light-headed; but nothing lay so near me as the fear that, when I was light-headed, I should say something or other to his prejudice. I was distressed in my mind also to see him, and so he was to see me, for he really loved me most passionately; but it could not be; there was not the least room to desire it on one side or other, or so much as to make it decent.
ANTONYMS: (adj) airless, hot, ANTONYMS: (n) warmth, splendor. commend, allow, endorse, laud, permit, sanction; (n) approval, robert: (n) Henry Martin Robert. massive, wooden, weighty, blessing, commendation; (n, v) signification: (n, v) meaning, import; substantial, stifling, sluggish, (n) purport, intent, consequence, ponderous, musty, lumbering. compliment. bickering: (n) fuss, wrangle, squabble, clamour: (n) clamoring, hue and cry, significance, moment, implication, bicker, argument, brawl, spat, row, clamouring, blare, bedlam, uproar, gist, connotation, denotation.
When I was fully recovered he began again. 'My dear,' says he, 'what made you so surprised at what I said? I would have you consider seriously of it? ' says I, still speaking angrily; 'are all your protestations and vows to be shaken by the dislike of the family? ' said I. ' Thesaurus acquainted: (adj) knowledgeable, informed, aware, cognizant, conversant, hand and glove, intimate, thick; (adv) abreast; (v) inform, acquaint. hale: (adj) healthy, whole, sturdy, strong, sane, rugged, robust; (v) drag; (adj, n) well, hearty, sound.