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- addicted He married under unpleasant circumstances, after an entanglement which took place at a very early age; he was addicted to poaching, or, at all events, to the illegal pursuit of other people's game.
- assaulted The thunder, like a beast, assaulted her, With terrible, unintermitting roar; And more and more the rain and tempest raged.
- asserted New methods asserted themselves.
- assiduity The same degree of assiduity practiced in legitimate business or useful occupation of almost any sort would insure ample and respectable support.
- assisted While Story and I carried the skin between us, Armitage assisted Charley, who was less able to walk than he had at first supposed.
- associated Dear Sir-I have received your letter, mentioning that you wish to accompany me, at my next visit to the asylum, to see the French boy, so strangely associated with the papers delivered to you by Father Benwell.
- assorted All ages and assorted sizes.
- desiccated Along about 10.30, if he can connect with a Triangle of Desiccated Apple Pie and a Goblet of Milk, he is ready to sink back on the Husks, feeling simply Immense.
- isolated At the first battle isolated brigades had advanced at wide intervals of time.
- Assented "That's it," assented Wiley.
- Assuaged Their thirst being thus opportunely assuaged, a council was next held, as to what they should do to appease the other appetite.
- Escorted He could permit the beautiful daughter of the honoured Archias to remain with Hermon for half an hour, then he must beg her to allow herself to be escorted to her home, as the barracks were closed at that time.
- allocated In 2017, the CPUC approved an overlay area code to take effect in 2018, as all available prefixes were expected to be allocated by December 2018.