By Charles Dickens
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Out upon merry Christmas! What good had it ever done to him? "The school is not quite deserted," said the Ghost. " Scrooge said he knew it. % They left the high-road, by a well-remembered lane, and soon approached a mansion of dull red brick, with a little weathercock-surmounted cupola, on the roof, and a bell hanging in it. It was a large house, but one of broken fortunes; for the spacious offices were little used, their walls were damp and mossy, their windows broken, and their gates decayed.
And the Sultan's Groom turned upside down by the Genii; there he is upon his head! Serve him right. I'm glad of it. " To hear Scrooge expending all the earnestness of his nature on such subjects, in a most extraordinary voice between laughing and crying; and to see his heightened and excited face; would have been a surprise to his business friends in the city, indeed. " cried Scrooge. "Green body and yellow tail, with a thing like a lettuce growing out of the top of his head; there he is! Poor Robin Crusoe, he called him, when he came home again after sailing round the island.
Cross-roads: (n) intersection, crossing, crossroad. cupola: (adj, n) dome; (adj) turret, column, campanile, tower, minaret; (n) furnace, eaves, balcony, cupola furnace, lookout. decayed: (adj) spoiled, corrupt, dilapidated, rank, rusty, rotting, decaying, rotted, putrid; (adj, v) wasted; (v) stale. ANTONYMS: (adj) matured, restored, strengthened. fowls: (n) poultry. gladness: (n) joy, gaiety, pleasure, delight, bliss, glee, happiness, exhilaration, joyfulness, mirth, cheerfulness. ANTONYMS: (n) unhappiness, dismay, displeasure.