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  • abbe Brancas appreciated all the importance of what was told him, but warned by the fate of the Abbe d'Estrees, fearing even for his couriers, he took the precaution of sending word to the King that he had pressing business to acquaint him with, which he could not trust to paper, and that he wished to be allowed to come to Versailles for a fortnight.
  • ace So dearly do women love their trinkets, that I believe, though he never knew it, Tom Ryfe was more than once within an ace of gaining the prize he longed for, simply from Maud's disinclination to part with her jewels. She was ace I was no longer on Earth But in better place – Do Bears by Kate Bush
  • ache Stanton looked down at his bandaged hands and felt the ache of his broken rib and the pain of the blue bruise on his thigh. It's crazy how much I ache For the moments we could make – Know The Difference by INXS
  • adp AMPK is regulated allosterically mostly by competitive binding on its gamma subunit between ATP (which allows phosphatase access to T172) and AMP or ADP (each of which blocks access to phosphatases).
  • agape Next are the apprentice clerks-raw lads, who come out fresh from school, with their mouths agape at the wonders they behold in Hudson Bay.
  • age This was the Marquis Triuizi, a man of about, my own age, tall, well made, squinting slightly, and with all the manner of a nobleman. Visions of a new age Who will not engage – Empires by Lamya
  • ague His face was livid, his eyes staring, and he panted and shook like one in the ague.
  • aide In 1790, Beurnonville offered his services as aide-de-camp to our then hero of great ambition and small capacity, La Fayette, who declined the honour.
  • ale As the acid is the same, however it is procured, that made from ale also takes the same name.
  • aloe He told of the upper terraces, where heliotrope and aloe and oleander took sunlight far above their native earth: and though but rare winds carried the butterflies there, such as came to those fragrant terraces lingered for ever.
  • alp 'And what do you think of Alp Arslan, truly?' inquired a fourth.
  • amp
  • ape
  • apple
  • apr
  • apse
  • apt
  • are
  • ashe
  • asp
  • ate
  • atp
  • awe
  • cape
  • cope
  • dupe
  • gape
  • hap Each day still better others happinesse, Vntill the heauens enuying earths good hap, Adde an immortall title to your Crowne King.
  • hep
  • hope
  • hype
  • jape
  • lope
  • mope
  • nape
  • pipe
  • pope
  • ripe
  • rope
  • shape
  • tape
  • taupe
  • type
  • wipe
  • Ah Ah, now I've got it.
  • Aha "'Aha!' said the artist, with a smile, 'would you venture to say now that you are not a woman?'
  • Ahoy "Ahoy, there! don't you hear us? Knock off that work!" cried the younger of the two midshipmen, and he repeated what he had just said.
  • Aped
  • Apo
  • Ave
  • Aye
  • Nope
  • Ope
  • Abe The other lawyers often teased Abe.
  • Amie
  • Anne
  • Lupe
  • Apes
  • AP
  • APP
  • APPS
  • APB
  • ALPO
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