Tuesday, November 3, 2015

snub & distemper


Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:

Each sortie of ours in pursuit of information upon these cardinal points of perspective - God, man, Nature - is snubbed back with ruthless common sense. 

The great are to be pitied and so are the poor; both are exposed to distempers and uneasiness; the middle station between the mean and the great is the best;


1. to treat somebody with deliberate coldness or contempt;
2. to insult someone by ignoring them or being rude to them;

1. an infectious disease of animals especially cats and dogs, that causes fever and coughing.
2. a type of pain that is mixed with water and used on walls.

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