The New Dress – words

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Characters of the story

1] Mable (मेबल ) – Protagonist

2] Mrs. Barnet (बार्नेट ) –Maid / servant

3] Clarissa Dalloway (क्लेरिसा डॅलोवे ) – host of the party

4] Rose Shaw – highly fashionable

5] Robert Haydon -guest

Dd

Serious – strong

Suspicion(a belief or idea that something may be true)

 Cloak – a sleeveless outdoor over garment that hangs loosely from the shoulders.

Cloak

Drawing an attention – pull or move an attention,

markedly – noticeably,

appliances –   devices/साधने

 Tidying (arrange neatly)

 Complexion – skin/ the natural colour, texture, and appearance of a person’s skin, especially of the face.

suspicion – doubt

springing (move or jump suddenly or rapidly upwards or forwards:)

conviction (a firmly held belief or opinion:)

greeted – salute / give a polite word of recognition or sign of welcome when meeting

a shaded corner – dark corner

yea looking-glass – Mirror

 misery (a state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort:)

profound (very great/ intense/ deep)

dissatisfaction – discontent, frustration, resentment, regret (असमाधान)

inferior – (low or lower in position)

relentlessly – (in an unceasingly, intense or harsh way/ nonstop),

remorselessly – (pitiless, hard, harsh, cruel, without regret or guilt: निर्दयपणे, निष्ठुरपणे; कडवेपणाने.),

beat off – (fight off) ,

hideous (extremely ugly:)

appalling (bad, horrifying, shocking, terrible, alarming)

inadequacy (deficiency, inability to deal with a situation or with life:);

cowardice (lack of bravery:);

mean -(feeling/ offensive, selfish, or unaccommodating; nasty; malicious)

water-sprinkled blood – her blood is dilute / weak / thin / inadequate, etc.(not confident)

 depressed – sad / distress उदास

dressmaker – dress designer / tailor

sordid (low quality,घटिया),

repulsive (lacking friendliness or sympathy)

 shabby (in poor condition)

puffed up (out of breath:)

vanity (excessive pride)

unutterably – (too great or awful to describe)

paltry (very small ),

bbmprovincial (of or concerning the regions outside the capital city of a country /रुरल/ ग्रामीण).

Exploded (having burst),

the moment she came into Mrs. Dalloway’s drawing-room.

absurd – (wildly unreasonable)

R (10)guineas गिनी (a former British gold coin / 21 shilling)

prettier (more beautiful) ,

more dignified (noble, उचा),

more womanly – suitable for woman

pluming (decorating with or as if with feathers)

very charming – attractive

orgy (party)

chastised (spend money/ scold, punish,  शिक्षा, rebuke or reprimand severely),

rigged – (planned)

perfectly charming (very pleasant or attractive:)

satirical (mocking another’s weaknesses)

pucker (fold)

precisely (exactly)

crawl (creep)

R (11)saucer – a shallow dish on which a cup is placed, बशी.

Spell – (words)

to annul (nullify/decrease)

agony(pain)

endurable (bearable).

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Numb (no physical sensation सुन्न:),

chill (cold/cool),

frozen(turn into ice),

dumb (गुंगा/ temporarily unable or unwilling to speak).

stuck (using power of )

strained (showing signs of nervous tension or tiredness:तणावपूर्ण) (standing in front of the looking- glass, listening to Rose Shaw)

hoist (rise)

meager (lack of qualityमामुली),

insignificant(too small or unimportant to be worth consideration तुच्छ),

toiling – working

Template-1_Style-1dragonflies (a fast-flying long-bodied predatory insect with two pairs of large transparent wings which are spread out sideways at rest),

fluttering(flying unsteadily),

skimming (the removal of a substance from the surface of a liquid:),

Envy and spite (ill feeling/ desire to hurt ),

detestable ( intense dislike घृणास्पद)

vices (wicked behaviour), were her chief faults.

dowdy (unfashionable and unstylish in appearance, बेस्वाद),

decrepit (डीक्रेपिट/ worn out or ruined जीर्ण),

horribly dingy (gloomy and drab:गंदा)

furbishing (give a fresh look to (something old or shabby))

a poor weak-kneed (weak and shaky as a result of fear or excitement)

detached (separate or disconnected.अलगढलग)

witty(funny),

insincere (इन्सिसिक्सिअर/false/artificial)

 

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