By H.G. Wells
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Look! You can see down his collar and the linings of his clothes. I could put my arm--" He extended his hand; it seemed to meet something in mid-air, and he drew it back with a sharp exclamation. "I wish you'd keep your fingers out of my eye," said the aerial voice, in a tone of savage expostulation. "The fact is, I'm all here--head, hands, legs, and all the rest of it, but it happens I'm invisible. It's a confounded nuisance, but I am. " The suit of clothes, now all unbuttoned and hanging loosely upon its unseen supports, stood up, arms akimbo.
Thomas Marvel, rising sharply to his feet. "Where are yer? " "Don't be alarmed," repeated the Voice. Thesaurus darned: (adj) blasted, deuced, damn, cursed, goddamned, aeonian, goddamn, irritating, infernal, ageless, annoying. distastefully: (adv) offensively, unpleasantly, nastily, obnoxiously, loathsomely, repulsively, revoltingly, repugnantly, sickeningly, unsavorily, repellently. ANTONYMS: (adv) lovingly, attractively. furze: (n) gorse, Irish gorse, Ulex europaeus, Needle furze, shrub, bush, bramble, dyeweed.
I've read in papers of en. " "Take a drop more, Janny," said Hall. " "Lock him out," said Mrs. Hall. "Don't let him come in again. I half guessed-I might ha' known. With them goggling eyes and bandaged head, and never going to church of a Sunday. And all they bottles--more'n it's right for any one to have. He's put the sperits into the furniture.... My good old furniture! 'Twas in that very chair my poor dear mother used to sit when I was a little girl. " "Just a drop more, Janny," said Hall. " They sent Millie across the street through the golden five o'clock sunshine to rouse up Mr.