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Repose: lie when dead Synonym: stillness Antonym: action
Accost: approach and speak to someone aggressively or insistently Synonym: confront Antonym: avoid
Unsheathing: to draw or pull out from it's sheath (cover) Synonym: remove Antonym: fill
ahhhhh! let me out!!
Montressor and Fortunato have a toast to all the bodies that repose in the catacombs. They buried all the bodies down there when they died.
Fortunato accosts Montressor because he had been drinking too much wine, and doesn't really realize he was talking this way. He isn't really aware, so he approaches Montressor very fast ad aggressively.
When Fortunato starts to scream from where he is trapped, Montressor gets startled and unsheaths his rapier, a small sword. When he unsheaths it, he takes it out of it's holder so he could use it.
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