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- aside Which she might have seen when she threw him aside -- (But it isn't on record the lady tried) – The Vampire by Rudyard Kipling
- assert To assert as a universal rule that the accent is always on the root, and never on the subordinate part of a word, is too much.
- asserted He asserted that this was the first time that he had been in the Eastern seas.
- asset These lands, because they form a National asset, are as emphatically national as the rivers which they feed, and which flow through so many States before they reach the ocean.
- assets Yet no Atlantic power can meet on its own the mutual problems now facing us in defense, foreign aid, monetary reserves, and a host of other areas; and our close ties with those whose hopes and interests we share are among this Nation's most powerful assets.
- assiduity Time after time the cord refused to follow the directions of the girl's fingers-very white fingers they were too, and a very pretty girl-and, with untiring assiduity, the teacher renewed his lesson.
- assist If I can assist you in any way, you have only to send for me.
- assisted And I'm going down to make all the noise I can at the door, assisted by Billy.
- assort Not the objects, I am persuaded, of the Understanding; and yet we take as strong Impressions of them as if we could compare and assort them in a syllogism.
- assorted At this time but little pains comparatively was taken in their manufacture: they were not assorted or shaded according to the present standard, and were packed in chestnut instead of cedar boxes containing from one to five hundred cigars each.
- astarte The careful study of antiquarians points to the fact of its having been formerly the temple of Astarte, the Phoenician Venus.
- Assailed In a quarrel which resulted from these impossible conditions, Eivind Astrup was assailed.
- Assented And Massingbred having assented, they parted.
- am on the scene
- art out of breath
- bang into