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  • abandon All attempts to induce him to abandon his religious convictions met with quiet but determined resistance. you can handle it, just abandon it, – Cupid's Dead by Kottonmouth Kings
  • abandoned I therefore, without hesitation, abandoned my horse, with its bridle and saddle, and I got on board the American vessel without delay. Left me reckless and abandoned Say the spirits willing, chance a new beginning Break down the cold front Give me peace and understanding – I Can't Steer My Heart Clear Of You by Elton John
  • abounding Others still, while they stand across the path of settlement, are themselves, by ill-considered treaty provisions, cut off from access to hunting-grounds, to fishing privileges, or to mountains abounding in natural roots and berries, which would be of the greatest value to them.
  • abundance Who shall give sorrow enough, Or who the abundance of tears?
  • abundant Nowhere in Paris was there anything quite like Bertha, that pink and white English complexion, that abundant fair hair, the natural flower-like look.
  • abundantly The Jacobin minority have been abundantly supplied with stores and provisions of all kinds towards their warfare.
  • andante In the beginning of spring, he started on the third movement, an andante with variations.
  • Abounded Though it was spring, and rivers abounded, the men were very foolishly allowed to suffer from want of water.
  • abandons He abandons himself in his letters to the feelings of the moment; he ardently pursues his immediate object by sophistical arguments which convict himself but could never convince a correspondent, and which astonish and amuse the calm reader of after days.
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