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  • admire Pray do not be angry with me; pray do not think it cost me little to give this strange but honest advice to one I admire so. Nothing left to admire Nuclear war and the aftermath Down in flames, a rain of fire Time has run out – Aftermath by candlemass
  • admirer He was an enthusiastic admirer of his genius; the swiftness, the daring, and the energy of his movements appealed to his every instinct.
  • adorer "Her elderly adorer? Who is he?" Harry asked, with a frown, his voice sounding hard and sharp.
  • aerie
  • afire
  • airy Besides, it really seemed, too, as if I only needed this little happy hour, this moment of airy rapture, without a care on any side, to get my head into working order once more.
  • amber The pale amber of her silken robe fell partially on the jewels as she said this, and flinging it back with a graceful gesture Ma Mie again raised the soft outline of her arm, and with lips half parted gazed upon the red glow of the rubies with a childish delight.
  • amide
  • ampere
  • amur As there is nothing that does not end in time, I have no objection to waiting, and always wait patiently; but the point is the steamer leaves Sryetensk on the 20th and sails down the Amur: if we don't catch it we must wait for the next steamer, which does not go till the 30th.
  • are
  • area
  • armorer
  • armourer The armourer agreed, and Siegfried remained at Mimer's workshop.
  • eire
  • emery
  • emigre The young emigre seemed painfully affected by this circumstance, which did not escape the notice of his pretended mother; but Marie softly touched him, seeming by her eyes to take refuge in his heart as thought it were her only haven.
  • emir The commander of Roger's navies and his chief minister of state was styled, according to Oriental usage, Emir or Ammiraglio.
  • empire
  • ire Nor was it good to rouse the ire of citizen Chauvelin, one of the most powerful, as he was the most pitiless members of the Committee of Public Safety.
  • mare
  • mere
  • mire
  • miro The permit to trade given by Miro to Wilkinson was made no secret of.
  • mirror
  • miry
  • moire Max's hat was made smooth sooner than his temper, and he was still muttering and grumbling when Nelly and her sisters came bounding in, like three tall, thin, peripatetic tulips, followed closely by Laura, glorious with black hair, flashing eyes, amber moire, and black lace.
  • more
  • umpire You must know that we had each a partner, and the women sat at one end of the deck and the men stood at the other and were told the tune they had to whistle, when they rushed to us and each whistled his tune to his partner, who had to write the name on a piece of paper and hand it back, and the man who got back to the umpire first won-at least his partner did.
  • Aimed
  • Marie
  • Mira Nam eruditio in eo mira et libertas atque inde acerbitas et abundantia salis.
  • Aimee
  • Amer 132: London, 1787; 3d Amer.
  • Amie
  • ARR
  • eerier
  • armorers
  • airier
  • appropriators
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