<What> let the point of his brush

Sharaf97

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Arabic
Once he had watched Whatley Eldin decorate a cart for Sunday, back home in Emond’s Field, What painting the scenes in bright colors, and the intricate scrollwork thats surrounded them. For the borders, What let the point of his brush touch the cart, making a thin line that grew thicker as he pressed harder, then thinner again as he eased up.

Hi, I need help to understand what the both what mean in the above paragraph? Are they a subordinate conjunction?
 
  • Loob

    Senior Member
    English UK
    It looks like a shortened form of the name "Whatley".

    What's the source of your quote, please?
     

    Sharaf97

    New Member
    Arabic
    It looks like a shortened form of the name "Whatley".

    What's the source of your quote please?

    It looks like a shortened form of the name "Whatley".

    What's the source of your quote, please?
    I don't know how that didn't occur to me. It makes sense now😅. The passage is from Wheel Of Time second book " The Great Hunt "
     
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