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  • actor Nevertheless, the play is essentially dramatic and had Mr Wilde at this early time in his dramatic career called in the assistance of some experienced actor or stage-manager, with a very little alteration a perfectly workmanlike drama could have been made out of it.
  • ado So Gud decided to materialize without any hocus pocus, and the soul thought what Gud thought; so they materialized themselves without more ado.
  • alto il cilindro alto the tall cylinder il cilindro basso the short cylinder
  • amour On the bony arm which she held out to Victoria hung many bracelets, golden serpents of Djebbel Amour, and pearls braided with gold wire and coral beads.
  • arbour When we saw the husband's carriage coming, we rose and took care that the worthy man should not find us in the arbour.
  • ardor The English Church did not indeed retain this mood of ardor and of eagerness very long.
  • ardour Such thoughts as these did not as yet shew any very great ardour of love in me; and indeed I had not got this yet; but she was the first maid I had ever had any acquaintance with, at least for some while; and this no doubt, had its effect upon me.
  • armour The skies wander overhead, now blue, now slate: Winter would be known by his cold cutting snow If June did not borrow his armour also.
  • art What art thou doing?
  • arthur Then Arthur killed him?
  • astor
  • at
  • ate
  • atom
  • atop
  • attar
  • audio
  • auditor
  • augur
  • author
  • auto
  • detour
  • dour
  • eater
  • odour
  • out
  • outer
  • tor
  • tour
  • tutor
  • ut
  • ute
  • utter
  • Hauteur Hateful as the village folk thought her hauteur and open contempt for them, they said she was more the lady than the squire was the gentleman.
  • Our
  • gator
  • Arturo
  • autos
  • ITO
  • artier
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