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  • bow And with a low bow he offered her his arm. No need to scrape and bow We can be heroes now – Never Do What You Are Told by chumbawamba
  • chow He must be getting back, he explained, "for chow at the Boss's."
  • cow They have not at this time either horse, cow, or sheep here. He said if we would give him work he'd do the best he could Though he didn't know straight up about a cow So the boss he cut him out a mount and kindly put him on He sorta liked this little kid somehow. – Little Joe the Wrangler by Marty Robbins
  • dhow We've caught the dhow in a trap, at all events, observed Adair, for she's no chance with the ship on a wind.
  • haw cyl. grandiflora Haw. large-fld.
  • hew Is Christ to hew the stones and Henry George build them into the finished edifice?
  • hob Now he's got a hob-nail liver and he came back here on the ship with me, hating Mars and everything up there, most of all himself.
  • hod But when he had swung a lantern and an empty coal hod on one arm, taken a little hatchet and a basket of chips in his hand, and hoisted a small ladder over his shoulder, he was fain to acknowledge that there was no accommodation for his hammer and a large paper of nails.
  • hog It looked like a hog, but stood too high on its legs; and how would such a beast get there anyhow?
  • hop All right, hop in!
  • hot But wasn't the journey hot, old man?"
  • how How do I know what you may do?
  • howe Directly after breakfast the next morning, Miss Howe left me; she said she was going to take a short walk before school began, and should soon return.
  • howl Out of the night-out of the intense blackness of the spruce-guarded dark came the wailing howl of the savage scalp-dance.
  • low Be sure, I'll work hard and live low before I shall let anybody help me.
  • mow "The first day that the men went to mow for Farmer Tester, he gave them sour beer to drink.
  • now You see what you did, now?
  • pow I ran over to the nearest town, Dawlish, in the car, and had a pow-wow with an estate agent, as if I were wanting the house myself.
  • row And now will you be good enough to have Hawkes order the man to row me across the-" "I am very sorry, Mrs. Titus," said I firmly, "but I fear I must declare myself.
  • show Show her that you care nothing for her, and she will think of nothing but you.
  • sow Let us name nobody, and consider rather the times in which we sow our seeds.
  • tow One tow-headed boy sitting there in a front row dreaming dreams, if the sermons touched him not, was yet thrilled to the depths of his being by that tall preacher.
  • vow To join the Irish party had been, in effect, for most men, to make a vow of poverty.
  • wow It is because I always say "Bow-wow."
  • Dow Dow was mounted on an excellent trained horse, and being young and supple was able to do his share in spite of his discomfort.
  • Yow Yow can do wi'out us, now, Joe Banks?
  • HON "His chief delight," wrote the Hon.
  • OW "I don't quite know 'ow much it's worth, that's the worst of it.
  • HOS ↑ "HOS, Croatian Defence Forces".
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