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- ascend As our hearts to you ascend There's a sweet and gentile wind now upon us As the cloud descends – Shekinah Glory by Eartha
- aside Here come the Jets: Little world, step aside! Better go underground, Better run, better hide. – "West Side Story" Script - Broadway musical by Unknown Author
- assets But any promise of gain, whether in the nation's material or immaterial assets, will not of itself carry full conviction to the commonplace modern citizen; or even to such modern citizens as are best endowed with a national spirit.
- assist I must call some one to assist me.
- assize To make it an Assize case indicated a due appreciation of his position and importance.
- associate He did not refer to his own narrow escape, and apparently Helen did not associate him with the horseman at whom she had fired with such bewildering zeal.
- assort The good pictures were mixed indiscriminately with the bad ones, in order to assort the frames.
- assorted Instead of waiting for Mr. Clay to come to him, Mr. Webster went over to Clay and Calhoun, and formed for a time the third in that ill-assorted partnership.
- assumed I have taken, as the assumed name under which I live, and shall continue to live until my father has given me back his confidence and his affection, the name of a little estate that once belonged to my mother, and that now belongs to her daughter.
- assured Let your mistress be assured that I shall on no account be long absent at any time.
- astir Next morning his camp was astir at five o'clock-as was proper considering the strenuous programme he had outlined.
- astor Then I went up to my rooms, put a few things into a suit-case, got into fresh clothes, mounted to the Astor roof-garden for dinner, and a little after ten was back again at the Marathon.
- Assailed And for the first and last time she was assailed by a disturbing doubt.
- Assayed I tried to make myself acquainted with Christianity, assayed to study the New Testament, but not with the hope of finding in it truth and peace.
- a thing something
- am on the scene
- another adverses
- art overcritical
- art overjoyed
- debase oneself