Tale Of Two Cities Dictionary
Unornamental: To not be decorative.
Example: The city streets were unornamental with the bleak architecture and baron walkways.
Magnanimous: Noble in generosity.
Example: The magnanimous King was heavily praised by his people for forgiving the sins of one of his subjects, and sparing his life.
Spectre: The mental image of something unpleasant.
Example: Before going back to his old school, Johnny shuddered at the spectre of being picked on.
Postilions: A person who rides only the left horse when conducting a carriage lead by only two horses.
Example: On the may to the castle donkey annoyed the postilion by singing for the entire carriage trip to far far away.
Impetuous: Moving with great force and violence.
Example: Optimus Prime was Impetuous when slashing through Decepticons to save his fellow Autobots.
Ligatures: Any sort of binding or wrapping.
Examples: Splinter sprained his ankle, and to fix the ankle Leonardo fixed it by putting Splinter's leg into a ligature.
Compatriot: a native to a fellow country.
Example: On the quest to build Jamestown, John Smith ran into a compatriot named Pocahontas.
Pecuniary: involving losing money due to fines.
Examples: Due to the many fines that Homer has caused, Marge had to give pecuniary to the police.
Flaxen: to have a soft yellow color.
Example: The school bus looks like it is made of flaxen.
Consignment: Property that is sent to a specialist for storage, sale, or shipment.
Example: Jerry wanted to sell his home as consignment, so Jerry called Turbo Snake Jake from State Farm to help sell his home and purchase insurance.