Thursday, April 14, 2016

propel & bandanna


Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

On the following day they met - but as flying leaves meet in the air. Sick they were not; but the wind propelled them hastily into rooms, violently downstairs.

They wore fur coats; and Helen was never seen without a bandanna on her head.


1. to move, drive or push sth forward or in a particular direction;
2. to force sb to move in a particular direction or to get into a particular situation;

a piece of brightly coloured cloth worn around the neck or head;

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