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- aeneid Taffy had been deep in the Fifth Aeneid for some weeks, and boat-racing ran much in his mind.
- allied Not unfrequently these sinful tendencies are to be found allied with a true and earnest desire to serve the Master.
- anode True, he replied, but in the first place, of course, this is not really an anode, just as the other is not actually a kathode.
- ante The memory leapt into life even as he stepped out and stood for a moment, dazed in the sunshine, at the door that opened from the ante-room.
- auntie Oh, Auntie, I should think his wishes would be respected.
- earned He was constantly about on the place, and his eye, by keeping the men employed, earned far more money than his single arm could have done.
- end 6892. Do you generally get a balance in cash at the end of the year?
- ended It ended in my writing out to him in India that I should come out and marry him at once.
- enid And Enid, wondering and troubled, answered, "I know naught of thy meaning, my lord."
- enter 9095. Then that does not enter the company account?
- owned Surely he had given something in exchange for all that he owned of her.
- penned Dallas's four chapters at the end of his first volume form one of the most striking contributions to the nature of poetry and imagination that have ever been penned in English.
- veined But for the pure white, blue-veined skin she might have been taken for a woman of Spain-the most natural, perhaps the most lovable, of the daughters of earth.
- And "And you think that of me?
- Denied It could not be denied.
- Envied I suspect that many envied me.
- Kenned But they had been friends all their lives; and Janet "kenned hersel' as gude a woman as Elspat Smith, weel aff or no' weel aff;" so with gentle violence she pushed her back into her chair, saying: "Hoot, woman!
- Reined He reined Carrots toward someone he knew.
- Anita "I must go now, Anita; I'll come again to-morrow.
- Annie During these weeks he sometimes accused himself of being in love with a girl he had seen but once, and laughed at the idea as absurd and preposterous; but this did not drive thoughts of Annie Benton out of his mind, for he stopped to listen at every turn for sounds of her presence.