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  • agreed It doesn't mean I've agreed to anything here."
  • aired It has been properly aired and is ready.
  • arced I wish I knew why the exciter arced across.
  • are 1616. How are you paid?
  • area Our claims measured together forty five thousand square feet, the area we had cleared was but sixty four.
  • arid The subspecies luteola is adapted to the more rigorous and arid environment of the southwestern United States, where activity may be possible for only a few weeks in the year.
  • armed I make no doubt but that you will be surprised to see a flag sent at the head of an armed party.
  • bared When he was close to the water, he bared his right arm and grasped the gaff by the handle."
  • breed "Breed tells," said the Dean.
  • creed The problem remained as to its relation to the revealed religion and the established creed.
  • eared I sat there and blushed for him, and suffered the tortures of a man who is watching his friend making a furry-eared nuisance of himself.
  • erode Atrophy from the pressure of an aneurysm or of a simple tumour may erode the whole thickness of a bone, or may thin it out to such an extent that slight force is sufficient to break it.
  • freed He freed the hand that held hers for a moment, and pressed his fingers hard upon his eyes; then took her hand again, as before.
  • greed He shot at her from under his lids a glance of suspicion and thwarted greed.
  • read I will read what you say.
  • red Dale's face was red.
  • reed Some of them ventured to say that it was easier said than done, whereupon the great man swore that he would do it himself without assistance from any one, and getting out a big duck-gun he proceeded to load it with the smallest shot and went down to the reed bed and concealed himself among the bushes at a suitable distance.
  • reedy It is not very frequent here, but is sometimes found on the Itchen bank; likewise the nest in a reedy meadow.
  • reid Hay, and in 1869 I engaged with Mr. George Reid Tait.
  • treed I found they had either treed or brought the bear to a stop, as they continued barking in the same place.
  • Cared It did not appear that he, on his side, knew or cared about anything I had said or done in the world.
  • Erred She erred artistically on the side of over-emphasis, and occasionally tore passion to pieces.
  • Fared He sometimes fared to wish he had the little varmin back.
  • Oared We venture to give the result of Mr. Brickwood's researches in his own words:- This book commences in the year 1813 with a single list of the six-oared boat 'Fly,' viz.
  • Pared So, as I had done before during our engagement, I could look up from my work during the day, past the Duke of York's Column and over the Mall, and wonder what she was doing at that moment-changing our pillow-cases, popping the pared potatoes into the saucepan of cold water, dusting, washing up, polishing, or pottering about the flower-boxes I had set on our little balcony.
  • Rued This, indeed, was no mighty offence in the eyes of the town-council, inasmuch as it bore no great friendship to his Lordship the Constable and Elector, and had had many quarrels with him-nay, long after this the council was able to gain possession of the land and ruins by purchases-till, uncle Christian bitterly rued having sent his men-at-arms, whose duty it was to defend the castle, out into the country, though it were for so good a purpose as fighting against the Hussites.
  • Tared
  • Jared
  • dared "I ought to have spoken, but I dared not.
  • hared
  • counter-tenor I always keep a wagtail amongst my birds, and when the blackcap, the blue-breast, the lark, and the linnet sing, it seems to form a counter-tenor.
  • counter-tenors The chapels have choirs of good voices which sing in concert, tenors, trebles, and counter-tenors.

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