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  • abbe The Abbe Winckelmann went out with my brother and myself, and as he came with me to my hotel he did me the honour of staying to supper.
  • above He is not above talking delightful nonsense even to a girl. Like the stream of gold and the sky above, Dear were your eyes in the grey. We have lived, my love, O, we have lived, my love! Now along the silent river, azure – Air Of Diabelli's by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • ace Diamonds Queen, Knave, Ten Clubs King, Queen Spades Ace, King, Knave, Ten, A three Royals bid. My Homie Santana Yea Das My Ace But You May Kno Us As I Cant Feel My Face – Hard Body by lil wayne
  • ache Philippa's words had indeed "knocked at her heart and found her thoughts at home," and the old wound throbbed with a dull fierce ache. See the sugar bowl do the tootsie roll With the big bad devil's food cake. If you eat too much ooh-ooh You'll awake with a tummy ache. – On the Good Ship Lollipop by Unknown Author
  • agave These genera are now combined with Agave as Agave sensu lato, which contains about 208 species.
  • age She'll sit there till she's past the marrying age, and then she'll turn round and blame me." Then there was an old man, kind and wise with age And he read me just like a book and he never missed a page – In My Hour of Darkness by gram parsons
  • ague Gerard says it may be used both in drinks, and bound on the wrists, as of singular virtue against the ague.
  • aide "I have been employed as acting aide-de-camp to General Crawfurd," said I, hesitatingly.
  • ale Since all is going on so well above stairs, I'll draw you a gallon of ale, boys, and we 'll drink to the master's speedy recovery.
  • alive His thinking of them makes them alive.
  • aloe Then commenced a belt of hummocks, formed by prominences abutting from the high land of Abyssinia-a succession of hill and dale, thickly-wooded with a variety of timber, and still clothed with an undergrowth of the wild aloe, through which wary herds of Baeza threaded their way. The road soon entered the pebbly bed of a mountain stream, running easterly between precipitous basaltic cliffs towards the Hawash; but although such torrents of rain had fallen the preceding night, no water was discovered in the wooded wady of Kokai, until reaching Dathara, nearly thirteen miles from the last encampment, where the party partook of the first crystal brook that had occurred during the entire weary journey from the sea-coast.
  • ape For a few moments the room was almost in darkness: Groby's candle had overturned in an early stage of the scuffle, and its flicker scarcely reached to the spot where splashings, smacks, muffled cries, and splutterings, and a chatter of ape-like rage told of the struggle that was being waged round the shores of the bath.
  • are Why, you are nothing but a sluggard!
  • ashe She was much more inclined to think of William Ashe.
  • ate Also I called attention to the fact that I no longer ate so heavily as once I had.
  • av
  • aver
  • awe
  • carve
  • cave
  • chive
  • cove
  • dive
  • dove
  • eve
  • five
  • give
  • have
  • hive
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  • jove
  • lave
  • live
  • love
  • mauve
  • move
  • naive
  • nave
  • pave But first the plow must pave the way.
  • rave
  • rive
  • rove Near two thousand years have elapsed since he was first goaded by never-ending restlessness to rove the globe from pole to pole.
  • save
  • shave
  • shove
  • waive
  • wave
  • wive
  • Ah "Ah, me," she added, "I only wish Lotty was with me again."
  • Aha But one day when she went down to the water as usual she hopped out onto what looked like a mossy log, saying to herself:- Aha!
  • Ahoy "Ahoy, the boat-there is not too much sea? You can make it?"
  • Ava
  • Ave
  • Aye
  • Gave
  • Gyve
  • Hove
  • I've
  • Wove
  • Abe There was something about the way she said it that made Abe decide to come back and sit down.
  • Alva With these substantial tokens of the success of her nine years' fatigue and intolerable anxiety, she at last took her departure from the Netherlands, having communicated the dissolution of her connexion with the provinces by a farewell letter to the Estates dated 9th December, 1567. Within a few weeks afterwards, escorted by the Duke of Alva across the frontier of Brabant; attended by a considerable deputation of Flemish nobility into Germany, and accompanied to her journey's end at Parma by the Count and Countess of Mansfeld, she finally closed her eventful career in the Netherlands.
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  • Anne Anne declined impatiently, by a gesture.
  • ADV OVERTHWART, adv. across, A. i. 5. 1; A. ii. 38. 19; A 1991; opposite, T. iii. 685; askance, R. 292; Overthwert, across, 3. 863.
  • AVG
  • ATV
  • FAVE
  • EAVE
  • who've
  • we've
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