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  • ably Yes; if Winthrop had been ably represented.
  • actual Apparent Time Actual or Sun Time.
  • actually Such is actually the case to-day.
  • acutely Miss Pankey was generally brought back from an aunt's at Rottingdean, in deep distress; and Master Bitherstone, whose relatives were all in India, and who was required to sit, between the services, in an erect position with his head against the parlour wall, neither moving hand nor foot, suffered so acutely in his young spirits that he once asked Florence, on a Sunday night, if she could give him any idea of the way back to Bengal.
  • addle I tellee once again you've an addle pate o' your own!
  • ail As soon as he begins to ail a little I'll do it at once.
  • al I send you as love gifts my thoughts, desires, prayers, all that is best in me, al!
  • ala Abu 'l Ala is the most modern of the Arabian poets.
  • ale "At Westminster Abbey," we are told, "the Soldiers broke down the organs and pawned the pipes at several Ale Houses for pots of Ale."
  • ali Now, it is a curious fact, which no one will venture to dispute, that, from the time of the cobbler who tacked the bits of Ali Baba's brother together, as mentioned in the authentic history of the Forty Thieves-with which we trust all our readers are acquainted-to the days of the celebrated cobbler who lived in a stall, "which served him for parlour, and kitchen, and hall," cobblers have borne a strong similarity to each other, with distinctive qualities separating them from other men, as can be proved by the above and numerous other instances, both in all countries and all ages.
  • all It's better for all of us to be here.
  • allay Paul himself was to remain behind with one other sentinel to deceive the patrol and allay suspicions.
  • alley He told the girl mech to go to the rear of the building and between them they managed to get a window open and Frank lifted her out into the alley.
  • alloy Yet there was some alloy in his happiness even then.
  • ally Not, zweet ally, I was busy.
  • alt The fair fugitive was all in alt.
  • apply Find the difference between the two and apply this difference to the watch time of the compass azimuth.
  • aptly He suspected aptly that this friend of his had intentionally stabbed the little innocence that was in him to match that of her own.
  • artful My lads, continued their young captain, you have been deceived by artful men, who would have led you to your destruction.
  • artfully He would get to the bank early in the morning, discover the cursed bill lying in some artfully chosen corner of the floor, and restore it to Mr. Brunt.
  • arty But Mrs. Brooks Bladen is got up even more arty than Hubby.
  • at I promised father I'd be home at noon.
  • ate Always, in other years, two people, a boy and a girl, had come and watched him as he ate his breakfast.
  • atilt Its expression was "blossomy, nightingale-y"; atilt with glee and grace.
  • atlas There are times when I should like to be an Atlas poised on the gulf of space!
  • atoll He embellished his steps with capricious figures, and when he led his partner back to the table where he had left Gray, like a sailor marooned upon a thirsty atoll, he was red faced and perspiring; his enthusiasm was boiling over.
  • attila Their cavalry swept across a great tract of country, squadron by squadron, like the mounted hordes of Attila, but armed with the deadly weapons of modern warfare.
  • attlee Last November, Prime Minister Attlee, Prime Minister MacKenzie King, and I announced our proposal that a commission be established within the framework of the United Nations to explore the problems of effective international control of atomic energy.
  • auto Auto-carriages capable of railway speed, varying indefinitely in style and in cost, might be seen upon the smoother roads about cities all the way from Maine to California.
  • awl Ye next night I had a great awl that I kept in the window, the which awl I saw fall down ye chimney into ye ashes.
  • cutely They say it is jest the thing-that it is goin to wipe out slavery, and prevent the "Union as it was" ever being restored; and then it is dun so cutely that a good menny people won't see through it.
  • daily Professors of eminence daily accompany the groups of visitors, clearly explaining the purport and the historical relations of the many interesting objects.
  • dally Yes, I've been going it in the forest, Dally.
  • dully Their copper jingling seemed to ring in her soul dully.
  • duly Emboldened by success Combes next took up the applications of the congregations which had duly followed the law and were seeking authorization.
  • early "Hurry, dear," her mother called after her; "we shall have an early dinner."
  • idly She wondered idly whether the step she was about to take would affect her marriage settlements.
  • irately "Somebody's been doing some tall lying," declared Wade irately.
  • lately And we only knew quite lately that you were related to General Lingard.
  • mutely He looked mutely to me for orders.
  • neatly Again Jean paused, and taking out her neatly folded handkerchief wiped away the falling tears, and sipped a moment at her tea in silence.
  • oddly He thought the stick was his father's and wondered why so interesting a walking stick-or staff; it could hardly be called a cane, he thought, because it was so large and oddly shaped-should be hidden away there.
  • outlaw His important one-act plays are The Outlaw, Countess Julie, Creditors, Pariah, Facing Death, and The Stronger.
  • outlay So that needn't bother you, dear; and of course Pryse finds everything, which will save enormously on your outlay.
  • partly Now that my disappointment, my bitterness has passed, that my hurt has partly healed, I have determined to tell the whole truth about myself, about the charges made against me, and about those by whom the charges were made.
  • tail The old business about the horse's tail.
  • tale It's a strong tale, that.
  • tall "Yes, isn't it though," returned the tall girl.
  • tally He ordered the tally taken of every head of stock on his ranch.
  • tartly Well, as our handsome young charge evidently thinks a very great deal about love-making-" "A very great deal too much," said Mrs Doctor, tartly.
  • tautly But, at the same time, even the faces that were most exposed to view, and therefore most tautly under control, disclosed a sudden impulsive tremor which, unless directly checked, would have developed into an outburst of laughter.
  • telly The short gentleman in the middle is Telly; he reports for the Times.
  • tl The next most general termination is composed of tl; and many words end with z and ss.
  • tulle Mamma, did you remember to order the tulle for our wings?
  • ugly That would be ugly.
  • ult Camp, before Ninety-Six, June 10, 1781. Dear Sir, I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favours of the 22d and 29th ult.
  • Tali Tali sunt solicitae vitae!
  • Til Please note neither this listing nor its contents are final til midnight of the last day of the month of any such announcement.
  • Tull But it be a lucky foolery for thee, my boy, I can tull 'ee.
  • Italy You mean in Italy, when I was ill?
  • Abdul The history of his manhood lay shut between their covers, written in figures terser than a Roman classic: his grand coup in Nunsasee goods, Abdul Guffere's debt commuted for 500,000 rupees, the salvage of the Ramillies wreck, his commercial duel with Viltul Parrak .
  • Adela Lady Adela was at home.
  • Adele And away she ran, bursting with joyous excitement, to the kitchen to tell Adele to get supper as soon as possible.
  • Talley Then there are also such names as Wallraven, Hendrickson, Stedham, Peterson, Matson, Talley, Anderson, and the omnipresent Rambo, which have suffered little, if any, change.
  • Tel This was the meaning of the changed face seen from the road, in the days and weeks succeeding the Long Stow celebration of the battle of Tel-el-Kebir.
  • UL You didn't tell him I was engaged to Ul-to Miss Buffkin?
  • AOL In 2002, AOL introduced "Super Buddies," 3D animated icons that talked to users as they typed messages and read messages.
  • ACLU In 1996, after the deaths of two African-American men in Police custody, the ACLU and the NAACP filed a class action lawsuit against the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, alleging a pattern of civil rights abuses.
  • NATL
  • ATTY For another half hour, at her entreaty, the children staid, though Letitia and Arthur never relaxed from their dignified decorum farther than to inform her that they were sometimes called "Titia" and "Atty;" that their nurse was named Phillis; and that she had remained in the carriage because "she said she would not come in."
  • ITAL Marital status: highly eligible, if the right woman could tackle him.
  • it'll If he's trained you faithful, maybe it'll be safe to take a change.
  • adult If we are not growing, if we remain small, puny, childish while we should be adult and full grown, then there is something seriously wrong, which calls for anxious enquiry.

23 words made from the letters ATULY

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