By Ayn Rand
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Find: (v) catch, detect, encounter, come ANTONYMS: (v) misinterpret, across, feel, attain, ascertain; (n) misconstrue, misunderstand, detection, disclosure, search, disbelieve, mistake, reject, deny, discovery. ANTONYMS: (v) Miss. misplace, search, fail; (n) loss. words: (n) speech, expression, row, speak: (adj, v) pronounce, utter; (v) text, fracas, argument; (n, v) converse, say, deliver, articulate, altercation, squabble, tiff, dispute, recite, talk, discourse, lecture; (n) quarrel. language.
Tunnel: (adj, v) dig, excavate, undermine, gouge; (n) hole, subway; (v) bore; (adj) mine, dint, dent; (n, v) funnel. 38 Anthem So we were taken to the Stone Room under the Palace of Corrective Detention. This room has no windows and it is empty save for an iron post. Two men stood by the post, naked but for leather aprons and leather hoods over their faces. Those who had brought us departed, leaving us to the two Judges who stood in a corner of the room. The Judges were small, thin men, grey and bent.
We do. We have fought against saying it, but now it is said. We do not care. We forget all men, all laws and all things save our metals and our wires. So much is still to be learned! So long a road lies before us, and what care we if we must travel it alone! Thesaurus compass: (n) scope, range, room, extent, area, circumference, reach; (n, v) round, grasp, circle; (v) get. ANTONYM: (v) lose. lighting: (n) light, kindling, ignition, firing, inflammation, burning, combustion, setup, the illumination supplied by lights, illume, illuminate.
Anthem (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Ayn Rand