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  • aeneid But then a candid critic should reflect, that as Dryden was prior in the great attempt of rendering Virgil into English, so did he perform the task under many disadvantages, which Pope, by a happier situation in life, was enabled to avoid; and could not but improve upon Dryden's errors, though the authors translated were not the same: And it is much to be doubted, if Dryden were to translate the Aeneid now, with that attention which the correctness of the present age would force upon him, whether the preference would be due to Pope's Homer.
  • aid Instead a whimsical humor came to her aid and she laughed. Where needed most, the men combine their aid; And, last of all, is Oona forth convey'd, – Eviction, The by William Allingham
  • aide The mode of numbering the houses in Paris differs from that used with us, all the odd numbers being on one aide the street, and the even numbers on the other.
  • aided The enterprise prospered remarkably, and generous and charitable people aided it in every possible way.
  • aired Early in the morning When the first cock crowed his warning, 200 Neat like bees, as sweet and busy, Laura rose with Lizzie: Fetched in honey, milked the cows, Aired and set to rights the house, Kneaded cakes of whitest wheat, Cakes for dainty mouths to eat, Next churned butter, whipped up cream, Fed their poultry, sat and sewed; Talked as modest maidens should: Lizzie with an open heart, 210 Laura in an absent dream, One content, one sick in part; One warbling for the mere bright day's delight, One longing for the night.
  • amend
  • anew
  • anode
  • ant
  • ante
  • chained
  • earned
  • end
  • enid
  • fiend
  • fined
  • inert He drifted to the end of the day, no longer thinking of anything, sleeping as he stood, and when the evening came he fell on his bed a mere inert mass.
  • inter
  • lined
  • mined
  • owned
  • pained
  • Ailed I don't see what has ailed me not to notice before.
  • Aimed "Every line is aimed at me and no other.
  • Ain't You are a great one, ain't you?
  • And
  • Atoned
  • Caned
  • Dined
  • Gained
  • Ind It originated on, or in the vicinity of, Mr. Snyder's farm, near La Porte, Ind.
  • Inked Many of the following pages were carefully transcribed, numbered, connected, and prepared for the press; but many more were dispersed fragments, originally written in pencil, afterwards inked over, the intended sequence of which in the writer's mind, it was extremely difficult to follow.
  • Maned
  • Opined
  • Pined And orange flowers so passionately white, So richly perfumed, pined for my delight: Only my faint heart sighed, In pity when the glory waned and died, For all that lovely life unsatisfied!
  • Rained
  • Waned
  • Ned
  • Anita
  • Andy
  • Anne
  • INT
  • INDY
  • wined
  • aliened
  • anted
  • algospasms
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