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  • abound Especially will this be the case in countries where calcareous rocks abound.
  • accent Wake, Hamlet; your father's spirit has arrived, cried one in English with a very French accent.
  • accord At last, with common accord, the company took its leave-all but Venables.
  • account On account of you I might have been killed.
  • acne "I've stopped having periods and I'm getting acne.
  • aconite Tincture of aconite has often been used in 20-drop doses every six hours.
  • acorn How comes it that the oak is potentially in the acorn, and the living creature in the egg?
  • acrid Mr. Peck emitted an acrid bark of laughter.
  • adenoid At 4 P.M. the "party" had returned to the Children's Aid Society's school and to the ice cream that follows each adenoid party.
  • aeneid This, too, is the real belief, which gives meaning to the supernatural agency in the Aeneid.
  • agenda The Agenda and its metal-cuts are thus firmly fixed as executed at Mainz, and the metal-cuts of the Meditationes must therefore be regarded as Mainz work also.
  • agent The agent who had brought him in closed the door gently, leaving him alone with the colonel.
  • agony It was agony to Jane to see her there.
  • aground Every now and then our blades touch gravel, and twice we go right aground and have to shove off.
  • amend Tom told him that he should hear that he would amend his life if he would pardon his fault.
  • anaconda It tasted like frozen velvet flavoured with strawberries, and I should have loved to be an ostrich or an anaconda so that the sensation might have lasted longer.
  • arcane Lenny was of the opinion that all mathematics was arcane gobbledygook, and his precise knowledge of the mathematical odds in poker and dice games didn't abate that opinion one whit.
  • argon In April, 1895, Professor Ramsay, who with Lord Rayleigh had discovered the new element argon, detected the presence of the famous helium line in the spectrum of the gas liberated by heating the rare mineral known as cleveite, found in Norway.
  • around She thinks of things around her-and-takes care of the cabin since Amalia's hurt.
  • ascend The loud and cheerful song of this little feathered exquisite is a tune of six or seven notes that ascend and descend the musical scale.
  • condo She'd even given herself one this year, in the form of this new condo apartment, which she loved.
  • eland I have bloodied my fangs in the throat Of a mighty bull eland!
  • emend It has succumbed too readily to the temptation to find system where there is none, to base a chronological development of thought on the discovery, and finally to emend the texts in its light, and sometimes in its aid.
  • end That ends, or is ended, of which there is no more, whether or not more was intended or needed; that is closed, completed, concluded, or finished which has come to an expected or appropriate end. A speech may be ended almost as soon as begun, because of the speaker's illness, or of tumult in the audience; in such a case, the speech is neither closed, completed, nor finished, nor, in the strict sense, concluded. An argument may be closed with nothing proved; when an argument is concluded all that is deemed necessary to prove the point has been stated. To finish is to do the last thing there is to do; as, "I have finished my course," 2 Tim. iv, 7. Finish has come to mean, not merely to complete in the essentials, but to perfect in all the minute details, as in the expression "to add the finishing touches." The enumeration is completed; the poem, the picture, the statue is finished. To terminate may be either to bring to an arbitrary or to an appropriate end; as, he terminated his remarks abruptly; the spire terminates in a cross. A thing stops that comes to rest from motion; or the motion stops or ceases when the object comes to rest; stop frequently signifies to bring or come to a sudden and decided cessation of motion, progress, or action of any kind. Compare DO; TRANSACT.
  • fecund It almost seemed that we were lacking in the fecund possibilities of daring and successful initiative.
  • icon In front of the icon the Gentiles said their prayers, on their knees, crossing themselves all the time.
  • recount "When I recount that yarn," he'll say, "I end it in a diff'rent way."
  • second It was my second find in the sweepings.
  • seconder Happily the suggestion failed to find a seconder.
  • Acted Certainly she had acted very queerly after that first day when they had pledged their friendship.
  • Acton What makes the thing easier is the fact that Mrs. Acton has taken to you, and when she gets hold of anyone she likes, she doesn't let him go.
  • And And what did he bring?
  • Atoned I had not yet atoned for my fatal attempt at setting matters right.
  • Beckoned He beckoned to the other to come nearer, and Wantele did so, his pale face full of pain and anger.
  • Reckoned The bodies of other sacrifices were not reckoned unfit for food.
  • acorns They followed the princess to the gates of the kingdom, and as she was about to depart, an old wise woman gave her a bag, saying: Within this bag are pine cones and acorns of marvelous power.
  • icons Neither the X server nor the window manager provide a file manager; that is, there aren't any windows containing icons for your files and directories.
  • ECON Studies in Hist, and Econ.
  • CONT 33 "Houses and House-life of the American Aborigines," Cont.
  • ConEd Its inner end is threaded to a sleeve that is within the headstock, and whose end is coned to fit a corresponding cone at the inner end of the bore of the tailstock.

71 words made from the letters AECOND