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  • accusing The steady tick of the clock seemed like an accusing voice to her hot brain, and the gentle motion of the blind at the open window annoyed her.
  • acquaint So we questioned him of his case, but he would not acquaint us therewith; wherefore we carried him perforce to King Zuheir, who questioned him of his case and he told him that he was going to Akil.
  • acquiring "They give me nothing," she said, in a firm, sonorous voice, "but the hope of acquiring a brilliant position in the future."
  • aging When British Airways decided in the late-1970s to replace the aging and increasingly inefficient short-/medium-haul Hawker Siddeley Tridents and BAC One-Elevens which it had inherited from BEA with state-of-the-art Boeing 757s and 737s, a follow-on order for nine brand-new 737-236 Advanced aircraft was placed with American airliner manufacturer Boeing.
  • agreeing 2. Vocatus is nominative because it is the predicate agreeing with the subject.
  • airing Also a good airing out is as good as soap and water.
  • aquinas Aquinas makes both the Active and Passive Reason parts of the human soul.
  • arching When at last the show was over and Rose went out into the open air, it seemed strange to see the same blue sky arching the earth; things seemed exactly the same, and yet Rose had grown older.
  • argue Argue as you will, perfect the art of criticism to no matter what point, and you will never get beyond the final word of Madame."
  • arguing But Scrap couldn't tell her; and if she could have, what a night to begin arguing in.
  • arjuna
  • arming
  • augean
  • auxin
  • equine
  • queen
  • quin
  • quine
  • quoin
  • raging
  • urging
  • Accruing These made up about five-sixths of the total revenue, the remainder being small sums accruing from various sources, such as the proceeds from the timber of the commanderies (which went entirely to the Council), rents from buildings in Malta, and so forth.
  • Acquiescing I belong to what may be called the radical wing of the race, on the race question: I do not believe in compromises; in surrendering, or acquiescing, even temporarily, in the deprivation of a single right, out of deference to an unrighteous public sentiment.
  • Auguring
  • Eking
  • Oaring
  • Piquing
  • Raking
  • Rouging
  • Quinn
  • irking
  • axing
  • queuing
  • arcing
  • Aquino , and grandnephew of Benigno Aquino Sr.
  • segueing
  • asservate
  • cullings
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