By Edgar Allan Poe
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Matchlessly, uniquely, exceptionally, dromedary: (n) camel, llama, elephant, outstandingly, unbeatably, dromedary tractor. uncomparably, excellently, very, fatalities: (n) dead, wounded. greatly, beyond compare. fatality: (n) disaster, calamity, death, ANTONYM: (adv) comparably. loveliness: (n) comeliness, fairness, mishap, demise, misadventure, lethality, adversity, loss, decease, grace, attractiveness, charm, dead. glamour, pulchritude, beauteousness, grieved: (adj) sore, sad, sorry, good looks, cuteness, fineness.
Craggy: (adj) cragged, rugged, rocky, cliffy, jagged, hilly, harsh, uneven, broken, precipitous, abrupt. ANTONYMS: (adj) even, flat, level. disengage: (v) discharge, detach, extricate, release, disconnect, enfranchise; (adj, v) disentangle, clear, disembarrass, free; (adj) disencumber. ANTONYMS: (v) fasten, engage, attach, connect, tighten, obstruct, unite, couple, join, activate, lock. considered, careful, slow, sensible, heightened: (adj) excited, intense, patient. overpowered: (adj) beaten, conquered, irritate, keen, resonant, sensitive.
ANTONYM: (n) puffy, tumid, turgid, swell, freedom. shrieking: (n) shriek, screeching, breathless, bepuffed, overflowing, out of breath. screech, scream, belly laugh, shright, rapidity: (n) expedition, quickness, howler, riot; (adj) sharp. promptness, dispatch, celerity, haste, writhe: (adj, v) distort, wrest; (v) velocity, pace, fleetness, contort, wriggle, squirm, wrench, promptitude, speed. ANTONYM: (n) worm, coil, wiggle, thrash, warp. Edgar Allan Poe 29 ‘ “When the monster had nearly reached the shore where we stood, it suddenly pushed out one of its eyes to a great extent, and emitted from it a terrible flash of fire, accompanied by a dense cloud of smoke, and a noise that I can compare to nothing but thunder.