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  • ado The sight roused in him such desperation that he had much ado to control his impulse to rise and leave the house.
  • ag "Scouts coming up say your pal Bey-ag-Akhamouk is on the way.
  • agar "Did he," asked Mrs. Agar, "say anything about her personal appearance?
  • age Leave late hours to age.
  • aged She was a middle-aged woman, with rather a sad face, though a kindly one.
  • aglow Her sweet, fair face aglow with the love of flowers, she gathered them up in the overskirt of her white chiffon frock and sat down on the lower step of the stairs to enjoy their fragrance.
  • agni They who in heaven are enthroned as gods, In the light of the firmament; with the Maruts Come hither, O Agni!
  • ago 3920. How long ago was that?
  • agog Overhead tangled electric wires swung dangerously near the road, the poles shattered or knocked agog, while in the distance the stumps of a once-majestic row of poplars made the horizon look like a grinning toothless face.
  • agony It was no concern of theirs, this agony, whatever it was.
  • agra About Agra and Muttra, where as you know the birds are very common, I have always obtained the greatest number of eggs during August; four is the regular number; in one taken on the 16th August I found five eggs."
  • ague Their teeth were chattering as if both were suffering from an ague.
  • aloe The only growth near the spot where the elands were, consisted of straggling aloe plants, euphorbias, with some stunted bushes, and tufts of dry grass, characteristic of the desert.
  • amok Men who watched him said he ran amok.
  • amour But under a thin disguise there had already appeared a detailed history of Bussy's last amour and his fall, though this, too, was later than Chapman's drama.
  • argo In 1779 Talbot was given command of the sloop "Argo," of 100 tons; "a mere shallop, like a clumsy Albany sloop," says his biographer.
  • argon Argon It's you who flatter yourself to a fault, I assure you.
  • argos Thou hadst fed upon such little things, Pacing thy ways in Argos.
  • argot In the argot of Paris slums, or in the dialects of seaport towns, they hurled chaff at comrades waiting on the platforms with stacked arms, and made outrageous love to girls who ran by the side of their trains with laughing eyes and saucy tongues and a last farewell of "Bonne chance, mes petits!
  • au And when he let her take her way to her room it was not "Good-night" but a mocking "Au revoir" he murmured as he bent to kiss her hand.
  • avow Had she, Marjorie, been wise to avow unswerving loyalty to a stranger, and all because she looked like Mary Raymond?
  • dago In lieu of leave, through the month of September, the new fourth class men spent the time, each week-day, from ten o'clock until noon, at the "Dago Department," as the Department of Modern Languages is termed.
  • ego A voice of an alter ego that was fettered in a private chamber in the cellar of her mind shrieked stridently that this was no child of her own and it had been for this reason that she had dropped him from her life suddenly.
  • go I'll go with you.
  • goa Such as the Tulava for the parts between Goa and Mangalore, and the Coorgi of the Rajahship of Coorg, not to mention the several varieties in the language of the hill-tribes.
  • goo Next time he goo to play spy, or help others to do't eyther, he'll be apt to remember Gregory Garth.
  • gu And thus their wars began - Gu-ma'-nub must be avenged.
  • iago That's his picture there as Iago.
  • iou
  • sago A merry group, half-hidden in the shadows of clustering sago-palms, gathers the harvest of precious grain, the pith of a large tree producing thirty bundles, each of thirty pounds weight.
  • Ahoy "Holy moly, guacamole!" said my Chips Ahoy I'm gonna pinch a ravioli on the Pillsbury dough...BOY!!! – Squeeze Me Macaroni by mr. bungle
  • Apo
  • Gog We know them so well that we should as soon think of mistaking one of the children for another as of mistaking Gog for Magog, or Magog for Gog.
  • GAO The Songhay empire was based on the strength of the important trading city of Gao.
  • Igor Is Colin Powell really Bush as Igor? Why did terrorist attack the entire Eastern seaboard? Who taught the men to kill theyselves? They're received Allah's rewards, we need to read more – Goodbye by Killah Priest
  • Egos
  • ages Where we see no difference, he sees ages of difference.
  • AOL
  • ACLU
  • algospasms
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