By Henry James
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And this was the only allusion that the young man was ever to hear her make to his invidious kinswoman. He declared that, at any rate, he would certainly come. After this Daisy stopped teasing. Winterbourne took a carriage, and they drove back to Vevey in the dusk; the young girl was very quiet. In the evening Winterbourne mentioned to Mrs. Costello that he had spent the afternoon at Chillon with Miss Daisy Miller. ” asked this lady. ” Mrs. Costello sniffed a little at her smelling bottle. ” Thesaurus allusion: (n) innuendo, reference, cue, ANTONYMS: (adv) inaudibly, spiteful.
I know where you knew her. You knew her at Geneva. She told me so. Well, you knew me at Vevey. That’s just as good. ” She asked him no other question than this; she began to prattle about her own affairs. “We’ve got splendid rooms at the hotel; Eugenio says they’re the best rooms in Rome. We are going to stay all winter, if we don’t die of the fever; and I guess we’ll stay then. It’s a great deal nicer than I thought; I thought it would be fearfully quiet; I was sure it would be awfully poky. I was sure we should be going round all the time with one of those dreadful old men that explain about the pictures and things.
Malady, disorder, distemper, ailment; ANTONYMS: (n) poison; (v) injure, gossip: (n, v) chatter, rumor, chitchat, (n) complaint, qualm, nausea, gab, talk, babble, natter, tattle; (n) hurt, harm, wound, damage, disgust, queasiness. exacerbate. chatterbox, conversation, small talk. unremittingly: (adv) constantly, davis: (n) Miles Davis, John Davys, ANTONYM: (n) truth. incessantly, unendingly, John Davis, Jefferson Davis, Dwight interrogation: (n) inquiry, question, continuously, ceaselessly, Filley Davis, Dwight Davis, Davys, query, doubt, enquiry, hearing, quiz, unceasingly, endlessly, unfailingly, Bette Davis, Miles Dewey Davis Jr.