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Перевод: startle speek startle


[существительное]
испуг ;
[глагол]
испугать; напугать; всполошить; сильно удивить; вздрагивать


Тезаурус:

  1. John Coleridge would startle his Sunday congregations by quoting Hebrew to them in his sermons - Hebrew being, as he explained, the "immediate language of the Holy Ghost" - and published a Latin grammar in which he proposed the "bold Innovation" of renaming the ablative case the quippe-quare-quale-quia-quidditive case.
  2. And that PS, "She is spotlessly clean" - why did it startle me so?
  3. Miller's imagery is heavy-handed in its efforts to startle, along the lines of "he had his words copulate with one another to bring forth empires, scarabs, holy water, the lice of dreams and the dream of wounds".
  4. and startle at each uncut page.
  5. He was a good baby, didn't startle and wake at the least noise, like some did, but there was a pleasure in being gentle and slow about things.
  6. "I'm sorry if I startle you."
  7. By WILLIAM STARTLE
  8. William Startle
  9. BY WILLIAN STARTLE
  10. "I'm sorry, I didn't mean to startle you.
  11. By now he was joined by a motley army of British guitarists, including a delighted Dave Davies from the Kinks, a diffident Stuart Adamson from Big Country, the Moody Blues bassist, John Lodge, and Queen's Brian May, who was determined to startle the Killer with wailing heavy-metal solos.
  12. We startle: llamas, their ears tagged with red wool, like haughty sheep; their even more effete sisters, the caramel-coated vicunas; and quivers of buff-backed sierra finches, skimming the pampas like concentrations of energy and light.
  13. All three were drinking whisky, barely moistened with soda water, with a rapidity that had ceased to startle their friends.

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