- simple past tense and past participle of
- (sometimes figuratively) That has lost some of its former colour or intensity.
- a faded tablecloth
- a faded rock star of the 1970s
knew or guessed, she hardened, deliberately dared to play with the fire. If Dick knew--since he knew, she framed it to herself--why did he not speak? He was ever a straight talker. She both desired and feared that he might, until the fear faded and her earnest hope was that he would. He was the one who acted, did things, no matter what they were. She had always depended upon him as the doer. Graham had called the situation a triangle. Well, Dick could solve it. He could solve anything. Then why didn't he?
to feel the conscience-pricks of her divided allegiance, refusing to think too deeply, riding the top of the wave of her life--as she assured herself, living, living, living. At times she scarcely knew what she thought, save that she was very proud in having two such men at heel. Pride had always been one of her dominant key-notes--pride of accomplishment, achievement, mastery, as with her music, her appearance, her swimming. It was all one--to dance, as she well knew, beautifully; to dress with distinction and beauty; to swan-dive, all grace and courage, as few women dared; or, all fragility, to avalanche down the spill-way on the back of Mountain Lad and by the will and steel of her swim the huge beast across the tank.
Фузи ћирилица: faded
Изведене речи: faded
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