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“Two women, one fat and the other slim, sat on straw-bottomed chairs, knitting black wool. The slim one got up and walked straight at me- still knitting with downcast eyes- and only just as I began to think of getting out of her way, as you would for a somnambulist, stood still, and looked up.” What does somnambulist mean? A. armed guard B. sleepwalker C. ghost D. seamstress
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User: “Two women, one fat and the other slim, sat on straw-bottomed chairs, knitting black wool. The slim one got up and walked straight at me- still knitting with downcast eyes- and only just as I began to think of getting out of her way, as you would for a somnambulist, stood still, and looked up.” What does somnambulist mean? A. armed guard B. sleepwalker C. ghost D. seamstress

Weegy: D
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User: The protagonist in Heart of Darkness is A. an unnamed narrator. B. Marlow. C. Conrad. D. Captain.

Weegy: A. an unnamed narrator
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User: "… for there is nothing mysterious to a seaman unless it be the sea itself, which is the mistress of his existence …" In this excerpt, Conrad uses which type of figurative language to get his point across to the reader? A. personification B. onomatopoeia C. alliteration D. oxymoron

Weegy: A. personification
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Somnambulist means: sleepwalker.
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Before Samuel Johnson's dictionary was published, A. only the Royal Dictionary was authorized for usage. B. the English language was free of complex terminology. C. there was no authoritative guide to the English language. D. writers were unconcerned with the exact meanings of words
Weegy: he difference could be captured by imagining each dictionary's ideal reader. The modern dictionary's ideal reader is a Martian scientist: someone with no background knowledge, no context or assumptions, who wants a unique definition for every word. [ [ Johnson's dictionary, on the other hand, implies a reader much like Johnson himself: a curious and intelligent speaker of English who comes to the dictionary not to learn the meanings of familiar words, but to gain a fuller sense of them?their overtones, history, and idiomatic use. Johnson recognizes the paradox of the dictionary?you have to know most of what's in it in order to use it?and writes accordingly. If Johnson's dictionary is literary in this fundamental sense, it is also a part of English literature in at least three other ways ] ] (More)
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Before Samuel Johnson's dictionary was published, there was no authoritative guide to the English language.
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