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  • abandon There was a note of absolute abandon on the part of nature.
  • abandoned The next morning Major M'Ilraith abandoned his heavy baggage, left his fires burning, and retired silently from the ground, along the river road towards Singelton's mill, distant ten miles.
  • abating The hurricane showed no signs of abating; but the brig, which was fortunately not fully laden, behaved beautifully, and literally bounded over the waves as she ran before the wind.
  • abiding The eight hours day can only be an abiding possession if it come through the successive growth of opinion and organization in one trade after another.
  • abounding We know that it answers to almost all small well-peopled states, to import their corn; and there is every reason to suppose, that even a large landed nation, abounding in a manufacturing population, and having cultivated all its good soil, might find it cheaper to purchase a considerable part of its corn in other countries, where the supply, compared with the demand, was more abundant.
  • bandana A white turban, a red fez, a bandana kerchief bound about a woman's head, whose infant is lashed to her back in sleepy unconsciousness, all combine to produce a striking kaleidoscopic effect.
  • banding They were uniform in color, without any of the abdominal banding so striking in other body-colors.
  • banting They move along with a superb dignity of carriage that Banting would like to banish from the world, their round white shoulders shining in the starlight, their fine heads elegantly draped in the coquettish and always graceful mantilla.
  • bending "How beautiful she is," he says, bending over Alladine while she is asleep.
  • binding If any law is binding on mankind it is that such as he shall be made an end of.
  • bonding Jatupon saw his own pimpled face staring at him; his childhood friends who moved or became people he could not relate to; and his parents that no human sense of bonding, volition, or imagination could bring back.
  • Abandoning When we see men of serious mind and of great attainments deliberately abandoning the Christian position, we cannot but anxiously inquire whether we are right in maintaining that position.
  • Abrading Gulf-Stream, probable abrading power of.
  • Anton Anton told him to come the next day, and perhaps he could give him work.
  • abandons Her acting is as original as it is effective; Passion and Nature are her guides, and she abandons herself to them con amore.
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