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Rikki-tikki-tavi. Rudyard Kipling. r evive. When he revived, he was lying in the hot sun on the middle of g arden path, very draggled indeed, and a small boy was saying “Here’s a dead mongoose. brought back to life. immense.

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rikki tikki tavi

Rikki-tikki-tavi

Rudyard Kipling

r evive
revive
  • When he revived, he was lying in the hot sun on the middle of garden path, very draggled indeed, and a small boy was saying “Here’s a dead mongoose.
  • brought back to life
immense
immense
  • Rikki-tikkiliked it immensely; and when it was finished, he went out into the veranda and sat in the sunshine and fluffed up his fur to make it dry to the roots.
  • largely or greatly
s orrowful
sorrowful
  • …he rushed up and down the garden, sniffing here and there till he heard very sorrowful voices in a thornbush.
  • sad, inadequate, or pathetic
c ower
cower
  • Darzee and his wife only cowered down in the nest without answering, for from the thick grass at the foot of the bush there came a low hiss.
  • to crouch down in fear or shame
stoop
stoop
  • But just as Teddy was stooping, something wriggled a little in the dust, and a tiny voice said; “Be careful.”
  • to bend the head and shoulders forward and even the rest of the body generally forward
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gait

It looks very funny, but it is so perfectly balanced a gait that you can leap off from it at any angle you please, and in dealing with snakes this is an advantage.

  • a way of walking
cowardly
cowardly
  • “I am very cowardly,” he sobbed. “I don’t have enough courage to run out into the middle of the room H’sh!”
  • lacking courage
consolation
consolation
  • “Well! It may be some consolation to you when you’re dead to know that I shall settle accounts with the boy.”
  • relief or support
valiant
valiant
  • “The valiant Rikki-tikki-tavi caught him by the head and held fast.”
  • brave