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  • bay Then, with all her young about her, she swept round the point into the quiet bay that was their training school.
  • cay "If there were such an island it would be called an island, not a cay .
  • da "I ordered him to drive the usual way, past the Quinta da Cima, and down by the Quinta do Meyo," answered Teixeira.
  • dab Every red tile, every dab of white paint, every square inch of clean gravel, gave substance and solidity to the lasting fame of that dear sweet gentleman.
  • dad When I love I’ve got two sisters and a brother, all younger than myself, to bring into the little affair, to say nothing of a nice old dad and a mother that I’m very fond of.
  • dag Odin lent Dag his spear.
  • dam September finds them gathered about the old dam again, the older heads filled with plans of repair and new houses and winter food and many other things.
  • dat "Dat I does," he affirmed positively.
  • davy The guest was paying a good deal of attention, and Davy went on talking.
  • day I have thought of it many a day .
  • days But oh, the happy days !
  • dray I immediately sent back the whole of the bullocks to Nyingan, with a dray containing the empty harness casks, also the horses, and a cart carrying all our other empty casks; and the whole of the cattle and horses returned in the evening with all the casks filled.
  • dry Then take them out to drain and dry .
  • dy "If you bl-dy well think it's a joke, try it hon some one else-" "It wasn't me!"
  • hay Immediately a whole crowd of labourers are required for making the hay and getting it when ready on the waggons.
  • jay The gauzes are very sweet and genteel, and I think Mrs. Jay will not forget to ask me to her dance next week.
  • lay They lay still and waited for the voice to come and get them out of this.
  • may Only to me he said, 'Some day I may need you.
  • nay Hold-I know another Brown-nay, I know several.
  • pay Then you'll let her go if I pay you?
  • ray We then accompanied Captain Ray , her commander, on shore, to convey the joyful intelligence of the approach of the Earl of Warwick's fleet.
  • say What are you going to say to her?
  • way The way of it is this.
  • Dan You're Billy Garrison; I'm Dan Crimmins.
  • Fay The visit of Professor Charles E. Fay , of the Appalachian Club, led to the formation of an Alpine section of that club, and later to the organisation of the American Alpine Club.
  • Dar "Dis hoss am de none-sich hoss, whut means dar ain't anudder'n lak 'im nowhahs.
  • Kay They're not sailing till Wednesday, and as they've a suite engaged,-the best on the ship, Mrs. Ess Kay says,-your going won't put them out a bit, and they'll love having you.

1 words made from the letters 1DAY

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