Monday, February 1, 2016

creeper & drawers

Quotations:

Complete Works of Virginia Woolf:

They took it for granted that the sea was calm; and there was no need, as there is in many houses when the creeper taps on the bedroom windows, for the couples to murmur before they kiss, "Think of the ships tonight," or "Thank Heaven, I'm not the man in the lighthouse!"

The grown-up view, indeed, was not much clearer than the view of the little creatures in bathing drawers who were trotting in to the foam all along the coasts of England, and scooping up buckets full of water.

Definition:

creeper:
a plant that grows along the ground, up walls, etc., often winding itself around other plants.

drawers:
knickers or underpants, especially ones that cover the upper parts of the legs.

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