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  • abdicate Then he will, he must abdicate, unless-well, unless he first sees Your Excellency's prisoner."
  • abduct You say that he threatened to abduct her?
  • abducted I might be waylaid, blindfolded, lifted into a carriage, and abducted.
  • abductor Frances could not see the print of the shoeless hoof, nor any peculiarity among the scores of tracks that would tell her of Nola's abductor having ridden that far along the road.
  • adulatory On the contrary, we should probably have had an adulatory paragraph from Peron's pen about the beneficence of the Imperial will as exercised in the cause of science.
  • adultery When punishment for adultery is prescribed, it is always understood that it refers solely to the wife.
  • battledore That necessity obliged me to lay down the battledore, before I was master of the letters?
  • electra Now, therefore, like that well-known Electra, has this comedy come seeking, if haply it meet with an audience so clever, for it will recognize, if it should see, the lock of its brother.
  • idolatry Christianity and socialism are engaged in a common work, trying to make the reality of things correspond better with an ideal state; and in doing their work they rely on the same ethical principle, the love of our neighbour, and they repudiate the Manchester idolatry of self-interest.
  • indelicate Of course, it will be contended that the reference was to the probability of his Mother marrying some one other than the Defendant: if that be the case, it seems to me rather an indelicate and reckless speech.
  • obligate
  • obligatory
  • Abdicated Say The King has abdicated.
  • Adulterer With regard to the latter, there is no doubt that it is my duty to repay it whether my friend turns out to be a murderer, a thief, or an adulterer.
  • abdicates In the older drama, Leir abdicates because, having become a widower, he thinks only of saving his soul.
  • abductors After which they all proceeded to a comprehensive scouring of the many tortuous sidestreets of the quartier; but, needless to say, there was no sign of Carissimo or of his abductors.
  • anvil chorus