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  • abound They could never use up all the subjects, any more than men can exhaust the elements of the aluminium which abound in every piece of the common earth; but, in their constant reliance upon every-day life as the true and only source of surprise and delight in art, they could never be in the terrible despair which had afflicted him from time to time before his illumination.
  • almond As we ate mangoes and almond sweetmeats, he unobtrusively wove into his conversation an intimate knowledge of my nature.
  • amen "Amen to that," responded Don Miguel with the same easy nonchalance.
  • amend At this stage of the proceedings, Mr. Saulsbury moved to amend the bill by adding in the first section of the bill after the words "civil rights," the words, "except the right to vote in the States."
  • amends Was there no scheme of some other sort, and far less agreeable, to make amends for Steignton?
  • amount It is to be feared, that it is for this reason that so many are ready to imagine that the work is to be done by a few men, and a small amount of means.
  • around "Don't look around," he said.
  • diamond A diamond engagement ring!"
  • emend
  • mend
  • mind
  • mound
  • Amid One red spark among the ashes-her ambition, deathless amid the ashes of life!
  • Among There was a few people standing on the pier-head as we went in, and among 'em several very nice-looking young wimmen.
  • And And that was where the work would be done.
  • Atoned In his case, again, the noble birth of the mother atoned for the defects of the paternal origin.
  • Mont
  • Armand Armand made no further comment just then.
  • Hammond
  • Lamont
  • Raymond
  • Amanda The Fates were against him, however; for, just as he was about to act on his thought, he heard Amanda Holmes's abundant skirts sweeping down the stairway.
  • Edmond And verse, verses of the young poets, Fernand Gregh, Edmond Haraucourt.
  • Armando The interview descended into argument with Campbell accusing the likes of Mark Kermode and the show's creator Armando Iannucci of being responsible for peoples cynicism with modern politics.
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