Jack. Oh! I don’t see much fun in being christened along with other babies. It would be childish. Would half-past five do?
Chasuble. Admirably! Admirably! [Takes out watch.] And now, dear Mr. Worthing, I will not intrude any longer into a house of sorrow. I would merely beg you not to be too much bowed down by grief. What seem to us bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.
Miss Prism. This seems to me a blessing of an extremely obvious kind.
Which two definitions of the word blessing does the pun in this excerpt rely on?
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approval from someone in charge
a religious ceremony called a christening
encouragement from a friend
grace said at a meal
something that brings one happiness
I would say approval from someone in charge because the first sentence starts off about being christened along with other babies and it sounds like an ordinary everyday life of someone coming up to another person who has some authority over them, asking for something, and that authority chastising them for whatever it is they asked for but then after some talk for a while this specific authority decides to give the approval or "blessing" to go and do or get whatever was asked for.
IF that even makes any sense to you. I'm wordy :)
okay thank you but I still need a second answer too