Tuesday, December 15, 2015

flicker & intercept


Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:

One could scarcely see the black ribs of wrecked ships, or the spiral towers made by the burrowings of great eels, or the smooth green-sided monsters who came by flickering this way and that.

But just as she was turning with a view perhaps to finding some employment, she was intercepted by a woman who was so broad and so thick that to be intercepted by her was inevitable.


1. to be expressed or appear somewhere for a short time;
2. to move with small quick movements;
3. to keep going on and off as it shines or burns;

to stop sb/sth that is going from one place to another from arriving.

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