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  • abode Oh, would that you had never returned to this abode of injustice, treachery, and ingratitude! In climes beyond the solar road, Where shaggy forms o'er ice-built mountains roam, The Muse has broke the twilight-gloom To cheer the shiv'ring native's dull abode. – The Progress Of Poesy: P Pindaric Ode by Thomas Gray
  • adder Henry Bond, of South Petherton:- Walking in an orchard near Tyneham House, in Dorsetshire, I came upon an old adder basking in the sun, with her young around her; she was lying on some grass that had been long cut, and had become smooth and bleached by exposure to the weather.
  • alder "We had them in Alder Street," she said.
  • andes Where are the Missisippis and the Amazons, the Alleganies and the Andes of Europe, Asia or Africa?
  • andrew
  • anger
  • anode
  • another
  • antler
  • ardor But, added she, with great ardor, I find indeed there are very good men in the world!
  • dander
  • endear She knew that the parson had again done something that was sure to endear him to the Passonians in general.
  • endorser
  • enter
  • gander Sez he, "I should ruther worship our old gander."
  • inter
  • lander
  • node
  • oder He speaks of "die Betrachtung des Zahlensinnes in horizontaler oder Seiten-Richtung," and one would be glad of further details of this view of number.
  • older
  • order
  • pander We have a sufficient revelation to stimulate hope, but not enough to pander to curiosity.
  • ponder
  • sander
  • snorter
  • under
  • wander
  • wonder
  • yonder
  • And And here he was .
  • Andre "So while Andre Gilet-the father of that dear Leonie who was taken in the chest-while he is getting the boat ready to cross the harbor, Tommy tells her how he has been up there in Boston all these years-at a place called Shee-cahgo, a big city-and has been making money; and how he changed his name to W'ite, which means the same as Leblanc and is more in the mode; and how he married this lovely Americaine, whose name was Finnegan, and had all these sweet little children; but always, he said, he had desired to make a little visit at home, only it was so far to come; and he was afraid that his father would still be angry at him.
  • Arden
  • Andrea It was now a group of four, for the ladies had joined the other two, Miss Senter whispering to her brother: "Andrea isn't there!"
  • Andrei
  • Nader
  • Anodes
  • fonder
  • odder
  • encoder
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