Tuesday, February 16, 2016

hue & cabin


Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

Many solid leather bags of a rich brown hue soon surrounded them, in addition to which Mr. Dalloway carried a despatch box, and his wife a dressing-case suggestive of a diamond necklace and bottles with silver tops.

"It's so like Whistler!" she exclaimed, with a wave towards the shore, as she shook Rachel by the hand, and Rachel had only time to look at the grey hills on one side of her before Willoughby introduced Mrs. Chailey, who took the lady to her cabin.


1. a colour; a particular shade of a colour;
2. ...

1. a small room on a ship in which you live or sleep.

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