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  • assure I assure you I have permitted his visits out of pure good-nature; and now I will put an end to them."
  • assured He could not for a moment doubt the man was dead; there was that about him that assured him of it, but what it was he could not have told.
  • astaire Astaire was still unwilling to have his career tied exclusively to any partnership, however.
  • astarte Finally, he set to work on a task like that which he had already helped Solomon to accomplish: he built for himself a palace of cedar-wood, and restored and beautified the temples of the gods, including the ancient sanctuary of Melkarth, and that of Astarte.
  • aster Chrysothamnus molestus is a species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common names Arizona rabbitbrush, Tusayan rabbitbrush, disturbed rabbitbrush, and stickyfruit low rabbitbrush.
  • astir The bivouac of the Irregular Cavalry, which, since they had recrossed the river, had been set at the neck between Monte Cristo and Cingolo, was soon astir.
  • astor He gave the Astor Street address and got into the cab.
  • astray But it never took a liberty with a human face or a horse's head; and whenever it went a little astray you could always read between the lines and know exactly what it meant.
  • astute It must be admitted that if my conjectures are correct she is strangely astute.
  • attire The picture represents an Italian monk in funeral attire.
  • austere On men who stared at him he retorted with a frown of austere inquiry, not aware that they were merely noticing how handsome he was.
  • azure Far away on the horizon lay the blue streak to which Hope points a finger in storm and stress; and a siren voice sounded in their ears, calling, "Come, spread your wings; through that streak of gold or silver or azure lies the sure way of escape from evil fortune!"
  • estuary It was late in the afternoon when Lawrence Grant, from the deck of one of the larger tugs, sighted what had been once the estuary of Sidon Creek.
  • gesture Alfieri replied with a contemptuous gesture.
  • pasture "Why, my young friend, I remember when bulls were a dignified and serious matter; when we kept account of their progress from their pasture to the capital.
  • posture And into Spain he dispatched one of his friends, named Gellianus, to view the posture of affairs.
  • satire He had missed the point of Barrett's satire, being himself a man of the bludgeon instead of the rapier.
  • stare What had happened naturally caused them all to stare; there was too little of the explained, throw out whatever we might, in the suddenness of my colleague's act.
  • store
  • suture
  • Arturo The old priest also believed that Mariposilla would soon recover from her childish disappointment and be but too willing to accept for a husband the handsome Arturo, who had now a half interest in a large quicksilver mine in Old Mexico.
  • ASTORIA The Madisons went to the Waldorf-Astoria, and in its refreshing solitudes felt for the first time in months that they must go in search of excitement if they wanted it; none would reach them here.
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