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  • cram
  • gram
  • grampus Finally, after the shipwrecked mariners of the Grampus had drifted no less than twenty-five degrees towards the south, they were picked up by the schooner Jane, of Liverpool, Captain William Guy.
  • grass Look at the grass and wild flowers; they grow longer and better here too.
  • grassy The student's mind was intent upon his duties, for, as they neared the little white-washed church, many groups were seen coming from all sides across the grassy space in which it stood.
  • grim Then he halted, took in the flying machine with a grim smile, and then looked the young aviators over from head to foot.
  • gris To my surprise, Yeux-gris and Lucas were still engaged.
  • grus
  • Gems We looked for these gems of art in the Crystal Hall-but found them only in the catalogue!
  • games To do so at home by way of games, will be found easiest for the parent, and most pleasant for the child.
  • Ramos She'd escaped from him, half dead but now he'd sent Ramos to bring her back.
  • Cramps Yet the malady was characterised by none of the symptoms of the prevailing epidemic, save slight cramps, of which from time to time he complained.
  • grabs It ain't alone the jedgments for divorce which my wife grabs off over in Laredo, but it comes to me as the frootes of a experience which has been as wide as it has been plenty soon, that law is only another word for trouble in egreegious forms.
  • gums Sometimes the mass is permitted to rest for a while between the gums and the cheek, and though it is known to occasionally produce cancer of the mouth, the natives give it not a second thought.
  • roams However much he roams around while I'm in church he always hops back in bed an' manages to be sound asleep when it's time for me to come home.
  • germs The war between germs.
  • rims She was small, and pale, and gritty, and her blue eyes had red rims to them from the fatigue of the journey, or some other cause.
  • grammars We are all making dictionaries and grammars; we have still to translate much of our religious instruction, and the great variety in dialect of the scattered tribes keeps us busy with linguistic studies.
  • jams It is also generally used for fruits preserved with much sugar, such as preserves, jams, conserves, etc.
  • rams To have healthy sheep, do not use a ram under two, or over six or seven years old, and raise no lambs from unhealthy ewes or rams.
  • grooms He drove up in a travelling carriage and six; two grooms, leading saddle-horses, went in front, followed by his two aide-de-camps and two hussars.
  • GRADS
  • CREAMS
  • CAMS
  • REMS
  • CRAMS
  • REAMS
  • DRAMS
  • GRAYS
  • PRAMS
  • RUMS
  • Grammy
  • trams
  • Grimes
  • grahams
  • grams
  • grumps
  • able to recognize
  • ablebodied
  • ablenesses
  • normalness
  • unexceptionally
  • not on
  • abolishings
  • abolitionisms
  • aborticides
  • about be
  • about face
  • about faced
  • about facing
  • absenting oneself
  • absention
  • absentions
  • absents oneself
  • absinthal
  • absolute rule
  • absolute rulers
  • absolute rules
  • not certain
  • not sure
  • absolutely right
  • absolutenesses
  • not get
  • abstained from
  • abstaining from
  • abstainings
  • abstains from
  • absterged
  • absterges
  • absterging
  • GREEN WAX
  • Guernsey cow
  • German coach
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