Wednesday, November 18, 2015

chink & oblivious

Quotations:

Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:

They looked through a chink in the blind and saw that long cigars were being smoked in the dining-room;

Ambrose were oblivious of all tumult; they were in Cambridge, and it was probably about the year 1875.


Definitions:

chink:
a narrow opening in sth, especially one that lets light through.

oblivious (of/to sth):
not aware of sth

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