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  • aerate
  • aerator
  • ara As soon as he was free, Merthyr went to the Duchess of Graatli, from whom he had the news of Novara.
  • arab
  • arbor
  • ardor Her joy was so great that Stas, from fear that she might get a fever, was compelled to restrain her ardor.
  • are Are fixt in each of you; you are, Distinct, what these together were; – Clitophon And Lucippe Translated. To The Ladies by Richard Lovelace
  • area Y si el noviecito me rondea el area, vamo a romperle la vena cacarea – Gata Celosa by Hector Y Tito
  • areal
  • arena Sat on the outside, but now I'm the arena A superfly mackadocious one you never seen a – Super Soul Sis by Warren G
  • ares
  • aria This aria Monsieur de St. Aulaire essayed in faithful imitation of the great tenor's manner and in a voice which showed traces of having once been beautiful, but which age and excesses had now broken and rendered harsh and forced.
  • armor Nor was there any sign of violence about them, or means of telling how they died, or when, except for the probable date of the man's armor.
  • armory Spouting of Armory, Heraldry, Their veins a-brimming with blood so blue, The bold Cadets of Gascony, Of Carbon of Castel-Jaloux: Eagle-eye, and spindle-shanks, Fierce mustache, and wolfish tooth!
  • array The "handsome" disposed her to turn-all the more that the "English style" would be the English school, which she liked; only she saw, before moving, by the array on the side facing her, that she was in fact among small Dutch pictures.
  • arrears I shall get through some arrears of letter-writing instead."
  • arrow "The boy let his last arrow fly toward the heart of the chief of the manitoes.
  • aura The child carries about with her that aura of transport that only an acknowledgment from a lover can give a woman.
  • drear Rose-tinted rays quivered in the chill, pure morning air, and the surface of the water, a minute ago so dark and drear, gained a deep, wonderful blue.
  • ear If you would be satisfied to take just an ear or two, I don't believe Farmer Brown would care, but you know very well that you spoil many times what you eat.
  • era In 1908 the charter name was changed to Brimfield Academy-William Torrence Foundation, the course was lengthened from four years to six and the present era of well-deserved prosperity was entered on.
  • error "I was sure that you would perceive your error soon.
  • euro
  • ira
  • ire And-in the midst of her acute apprehension and distress-the plain matter-of-fact idea presented itself: that if Dale were not rendered irresponsible by jealous ire, one might hope that he would eventually fall in with Mr. Barradine's views-that he ought, for everybody's sake, to take his damages, more damages than he would ever get in a court of law, and then let bygones be bygones.
  • orator
  • ore
  • oreo
  • parer This is a potato-parer!
  • rear
  • roar
  • urea These protein ashes and clinkers are further acted upon-split up and sifted-by the liver, and are finally eliminated by the kidneys in the form of urea, uric acid, etc.
  • Areas
  • Darer
  • Ere
  • Ora
  • Uprear
  • Aron
  • Arturo
  • ARR
  • ARAL
  • CARER
  • rarer
  • barer
  • airier
  • counter-argument
  • counter-arguments
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