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- alloyed Indeed, copper in all its forms, pure and alloyed, is one of our best and most helpful friends.
- annoyed "I am afraid that you will find yourself very seriously annoyed before this affair comes to an end, Mr. Rockamore," said Blaine.
- anode The cathode foils, as the anode foils, are manufactured as so-called "mother rolls", from which widths and lengths are cut off, as required, for capacitor production.
- ante After waiting four hours in an ante-room, where a number of Irishmen, some newspaper editors, many pompous-looking political personages asking for the "first lord," a few sauntering clerks, and numbers of swift active messengers passed to and fro;-after waiting for four hours, making drawings on the blotting-book, and reading the Morning Post for that day week, Mr. Perkins was informed that he might go into his uncle's room, and did so accordingly.
- arnold About that time Arnold had been charged by the Massachusetts Committee to raise 400 men for the same purpose.
- eyed They were both very white and heavy-eyed in the cold daylight, though they could not have slept.
- honeyed What one ever yet recognized the false ring of the voice that had never, as yet, addressed her save in honeyed tones, that seemed earth's sweetest music to her ears?
- moneyed Moneyed men ought to be allowed to set a value on their money: if they did not, there could be no moneyed men.
- And He turned to Stan and smiled.
- Anyone And let anyone else have a try-by no means!
- Enjoyed Still, I enjoyed my afternoon.
- Unyoked He called a halt, ordered the horses to be unyoked, and we were soon laughing and shaking hands with new-found friends.
- Andy You know, too, that poor Andy was out of the question."