A paragraph or section of text or music with particular meaning. (noun)
Part of a path or journey. (noun)
The official approval of a bill or act by a parliament. (noun)
An artistic term describing use of tight brushwork to link objects in separate spatial plains. Commonly seen in Cubist works. (noun)
A passageway or corridor. (noun)
An underground cavity, formed by water or falling rocks, which is much longer than it is wide. (noun)
The vagina. (noun)
The act of passing (noun)
To pass a pathogen through a hosts or media (verb)
To make a passage, especially by sea; to cross (verb)
A movement in classical dressage, in which the horse performs a very collected, energetic, and elevated trot that has a longer period of suspension between each foot fall than a working trot. (noun)
To execute a passage movement (verb)
Examples of word passage
Each nostril opens into a short and rather narrow, but high, passage, known as the _nasal passage_, through which the air pours into the back of the throat, or _pharynx_, and so down into the windpipe and lungs.
Because this lead-in passage from the NYT article?
The passage translates as ‘Seeing me as you saw me/In seeing me as you see me’.
As a Democrat, I don't think the passage is a plot, just a theory.
This passage is a good example of Humbert Humbert attempting to rein in his baser desires in such a way that we know from the outset he is doomed to failure.