Walter Mitty, the character created by James Thurber, could be said to be the world’s best known er. He is the subject of two movies, several radio plays and a successful musical. The story’s main character is a , , man who leads a boring an life. The poor guy also has to put up with a , ging wife. His way of dealing with this life without going is to escape whenever he can into imaginary worlds where he does ic things.
(n: daydream pl daydreams) Pleasant thoughts about your life or future that you have while you are awake. 10000
(n: daydreamer pl daydreamers) Someone who daydreams a lot.
(adj: meek, meeker, meekest) Having or showing a quiet and gentle nature; not wanting to fight or argue with other people. 10000
(adj: middle-aged) Of or relating to middle age; the period in a person's life from about age 45 to about age 65.
(n: suburb pl suburbs) An area of houses located outside a central city area from which many people travel each day to work in the city. (ชานเมือง)
(adj: suburban) Of or from the suburbs. (นอกเมือง) 5000
(adj: dominating) Someone or something that has or likes to have control or exercise power over others. 3000
(v: nag, nags, nagged, nagging) To annoy someone by often complaining about his or her behavior, appearance, etc.
(n: nag pl nags) A horse that is old and usually in bad condition. 6000
(adj: crazy, crazier, craziest) 1. Mentally ill; affected with madness or insanity. 2. Very foolish or unreasonable. 3000
(n: hero pl heroes) A person admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities. Although the term 'hero' is now commonly used to refer to both men and women, it strictly should used only for men. The word for a woman who is admired for being brave is 'heroine'.
(adj: heroic) Used to describe a hero or the brave acts that heroes do. 3000