Meanings of difficult words from the poem "A Thing of Beauty":
the absence or cessation of life or existence
|bower||a pleasant shady place under trees|
|morrow||the following day|
|wreathing||form a circular band of flowers|
1. poetic form of "in spite".
2. a desire to hurt someone.
|despondence||in low spirits from loss of hope or courage|
|inhuman||lacking human qualities of compassion and mercy|
|dearth||a scarcity or lack of something|
|gloomy||dark or poorly lit|
1. a cloth spread over a coffin.
2. a dark cloud of smoke, dust.
|sprouting||grow out shoots|
|daffodils||a yellow, bell-shaped spring flower with a long stem|
|covert||not openly acknowledged or displayed|
|musk-rose||(of the Mediterranean region) white flowers having a musky odor|
|grandeur||splendour and impressiveness|
|dooms||destruction, death or any unavoidable situation|
|brink||the extreme edge of land before a steep slope or a body or water|