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  • ail But Cecilia, when she began to fear that something did ail him, did not find it very easy to tell Florence all the truth.
  • al Al boy, you're sure 'nough right!
  • ala "Ala, let us go.
  • ale Father is soe pleased that he hath mounted the Flag, and given double Allowance of Ale to his Men.
  • ali Who and what is Ali?
  • alien He was determined that she should have those about her in whom he could feel confidence; in other words, that the choice and highly born body of men and women who served the person of the Queen of England should be also the servants of an alien power.
  • alike "However, to my mind they're all alike.
  • aline Miss Aline saw that this man had no designs either upon her or upon the estates.
  • alive The crew's still alive?
  • all And is that all you say?"
  • allay After giving the Indian youth a preparation to allay his thirst, he was on the point of packing up his traps to start upon one of his expeditions, when he saw an individual approaching his cabin from the front.
  • alley Presently he saw the empty waggons drawn up in the side alley, and with fresh hope in his heart he hurried along.
  • allied Scared by the possibility of having their left wing smashed back to the west between Paris and the sea, with their communications cut, they swung round steadily to the south-east and drove their famous wedge-like formation southwards, with the purpose of dividing the allied forces of the West from the French centre.
  • allies The allies retired in good order, after suffering a loss of one-third their number.
  • alloy The horses were soon contentedly munching their oats, and yet their stamping feet and switching tails indicated that even for the brute creation there is ever some alloy.
  • ally The only advantage I have, in so insignificant an ally, is that of hereafter making suspicion alight on Henley, and not on me; for I mean to carry them both off, Henley and Anna.
  • aloe My polite host took me to his green-house, and shewed me a fine specimen of that wonder of the second degree of organized existence-an American aloe, about to put forth its blossoms.
  • bailey About five o'clock Bailey came over to the track, where we were going through the last sad rites, and hauled me aside.
  • earlier I should 'ave come 'ome earlier.
  • haley Ain't you lost over here, Mr. Haley?
  • lie Now, see here, kid, that's a lie and you know it.
  • lieu The captain, in lieu of answering them, asked another.
  • oily "It's so nice and oily.
  • riley Captain Riley speaks only of wandering Arabs, almost in a wild state.
  • Ailed He's got everything that ever ailed a man!"
  • Alec "I'd like to stay too," Alec said.
  • Eli Hannah told Eli that she was the woman whom he saw praying in the temple.
  • Paley Paley everywhere represents that such an appeal to reason alone ought to be sufficient.
  • Wiley The visit was quite unexpected by Wiley.
  • Alice Bobby said: "You know Peter, both Alice and I would do anything in the world to make you happy-anything."
  • Allie Allie answered his phone call about eight o'clock the next morning.
  • Daley I don't know, Mr. Daley.
  • Ole But I'll put it to your ole 'oman here," she added, turning to the rector's wife.
  • Ollie "I'll always love you, Ollie.
  • Ellie Ellie-" His voice sounded so sharply on my name that I jumped up, all of a nervous tremble.
  • ALES By night an endless procession moved up one sidewalk and down another, staring hypnotically at the flash-in and flash-out electric, signs that kept the breakfast foods and ales, the safety razors, soaps, and soups incessantly in the minds of a fickle public.
  • ILEA
  • alleys Gordon dropped and began crawling in the only direction that was open, straight toward the alleys from which the trucks had come.
  • am short of
  • am shown
  • am sick
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