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  • aghast When he got back to the caravanserai he posted his men so that none of the inmates should escape, and then, entering with the captain and ten soldiers, was aghast to find the place empty.
  • augustus "It pains me," said divine Augustus , growing pale; "but look, Lazarus, look!"
  • exits The two following days, there was certainly no one spying on me, either at my exits or entrances.
  • assists Every action we perform assists the formation of a habit, and with every repetition of a particular action we find its performance easier.
  • exists "He says the right one exists .
  • digests Cheese digests all but itself.
  • accosts Pleas'd with his people's fame, the monarch hears, And thus benevolent accosts the peers: Since wisdom's sacred guidance he pursues, Give to the stranger-guest a stranger's dues: Twelve princes in our realm dominion share, O'er whom supreme, imperial power I bear; Bring gold, a pledge of love: a talent bring, A vest, a robe, and imitate your king.
  • casts Then holding it across his knee, he cuts the point with a couple of blows and casts the finished stake aside upon the heap.
  • ghosts She stared across the room, not at Doggie, and he thought again of the ghosts .
  • agitates "Boots" was rather strict in the matter of diet and fresh bread agitated him as a red flag agitates a bull.
  • artists "There are very few great artists in the world," he said.
  • agates The beast struggled to his feet, and for an instant stood glaring about him out of his yellowish eyes that gleamed like agates .
  • gusts All around the Castle there was peace, deep peace; the park lay silent and dark, and, in the pauses between the gusts of wind, each falling leaf might be heard.
  • coasts "The easterly wind, which, although blowing with great violence in the Straits, is seldom felt close in shore on either the Spanish or African coasts , entirely failed us as we hauled round Cape Trafalgar, and left our ship rolling heavily in the swell, to the great danger of our masts.
  • joists In Little's room, a single beam in the center, with a fragment of board, kept its place, but the joists were all dislocated or broken in two, and sticking up here and there in all directions: huge holes had been blown in the walls of both rooms and much of the contents of the rooms blown out by them; so vast were these apertures, that it seemed wonderful how the structure hung together; the fog was as thick in the dismembered and torn building as outside, but a large gas-pipe in Little's room was wrenched into the form of a snake and broken, and the gas set on fire and flaring, so that the devastation was visible; the fireplace also hung on, heaven knows how.
  • egoists That is what we all are-monstrous egoists -who love love for love's sake-you understand me?
  • ageist
  • guests Guests leave a card for the host and hostess and another for the married couple.
  • Augusts

55 words made from the letters AGIASTS