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  • adder When Miss Leslie suggested that beef juice would be much better for the invalid than broth, he went out immediately in search of a gum-bearing tree, and that night, after heating a small quantity of gum in the cigarette case with the adder poison, he spent hours replacing his arrow-heads with small barbed tips that could be loosened from their sockets by a slight pull.
  • adieu "Adieu," he said, "I wish you a pleasant journey to Naples, and hope you will enjoy yourself there."
  • after And after that .
  • aid "In faith," said Tirant, "there are many, and more come to their aid every day.
  • aide About three o'clock an aide-de-camp arrived, bearing a despatch, and we were ordered to shoulder arms.
  • air "That's fresh air," she said.
  • alter "What is done-is done; and nothing can alter it.
  • aster
  • astir They must have known that something was astir, and that it was better for them to keep close."
  • at
  • ate
  • atelier
  • attar
  • attire
  • biter
  • cartier
  • cater
  • eater
  • eider Some of the chapters, like those of the Woodcock and the Coon, represent the characteristics of scores of animals and birds of the same species; others, like those of the Bear and Eider-Duck in "Animal Surgery," represent the acute intelligence of certain individual animals that nature seems to have lifted enormously above the level of their fellows; and in a single case-that of the Toad-I have, for the story's sake, gathered into one creature the habits of four or five of these humble little helpers of ours that I have watched at different times and in different places.
  • gaiter
  • hater
  • later
  • liter
  • mater
  • miter I won't have any confounded play-actor trying to tell me that it doesn't matter if a bishop in the fifteenth century does wear a sixteenth century miter, because it's more effective from the gallery.
  • niter
  • otter
  • outer
  • tater
  • tie
  • tier
  • ute
  • utter
  • waiter
  • water
  • Dater
  • Rater
  • Addie My little Addie, who was a fair, lovely creature, they viewed with great approbation, and called Anoonk, "a star;" while the rosy Katie was Nogesigook, "the northern lights."
  • Katie
  • Artie
  • Gautier
  • artier
  • nattier
  • rattier
  • battier
  • fattier
  • cattier
  • meatier
  • wartier
  • afro-americans
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