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  • ace At first Lionel could get no hands at all, but he never went out; sometimes he drew four cards to an ace or a queen, sometimes he took the whole five; while his losses, if steady, were not material.
  • ache "Only sorrow and heart-ache.
  • adieu Then the time arrived to bid the final adieu to my faithful wild men of the Far North.
  • aerie Wonderful aerie in the hills!
  • age It was the only real little one in the buildin'-the others was all the tonguey age.
  • ahab To this request Ahab agreed.
  • ai Ai, mi coronel, I was expecting Your Mercy.
  • aid "If I'm to begin to make myself useful I shall expect all my friends to come to my aid.
  • aide He was accompanied by a lieutenant who was his aide.
  • ail When the poor brutes began to caper and sneeze in dire discomfort, the owner arrived on the scene, and asked anxiously what could ail them.
  • aim As Marion's men fired with either a ball and buck shot, or heavy buck shot alone, and as none would aim at horses, the loss of the British must have been great.
  • air The war lasted long enough to prove the effect of the strategic offensive by air.
  • ale I thought at one time that he would have quarrelled with us because we declined to taste any more of the ale he offered.
  • ali What Suleiman told him agreed perfectly with the report of the officer whom Haroun had sent to Ali that morning.
  • ape The ape had suddenly approached his ugly face close to the face framed in the white muslin curtains on the other side of the window, and made exaggerated motions of an embrace.
  • are I know what they are.
  • ash It was at the moment of his leave-taking that his eyes were drawn to an ash-tray upon the big table.
  • ashe In the year 1716 she was married to doctor Swift, by doctor Ashe, then bishop of Clogher.
  • ate "You look as if you'd learn easy, and Man ain't the worst cook I ever ate after.
  • awe She had gained a considerable influence over the younger Marchioness, more, perhaps, by having inspired awe than love; nor did the latter ever feel perfectly at her ease in her society.
  • awhile He stood awhile, and knew not what course to take.
  • awl The cattle, who love to shelter under it from the heat of the sun, browsed on the young shoots, so that no branch could form; but on the side towards the ditch there are immense spiny thorns, long enough and strong enough to make a savage's arrow-head or awl.
  • awn You have seen the huntress moon Radiantly facing dawn, Dusky meads between them strewn Glimmering like downy awn: Argent Westward glows the hunt, East the blush about to climb; One another fair they front, Transient, yet outshine the time; Even as dewlight off the rose In the mind a jewel sows.
  • ewe Ralph Powers, he's about as old as I am, maybe a little bit older, well, his father had given him a ewe and two twin lambs for his own, and didn't they all three get killed that day!
  • he Oh, he didn't mean it.
  • hi Hi, how're you feeling?
  • hie He speaks of the custom, as well known: and it had undoubtedly been practised in those parts, where in aftertimes hie was born.
  • hue Howard's face was white, the deadly hue of rage.
  • oahu Mr. Pierce, an intelligent resident at Oahu, is convinced, from changes which have taken place within his memory, during the last sixteen years, "that the elevation is at present going forward at a very perceptible rate."
  • ohio I ought to have mentioned that in 1859-'60 he was a member of the State Senate of Ohio.
  • owe "And I, we owe everything to him.
  • Ah "Ah," she said, "Katharine's not here.
  • Aha Aha, patron, I'm here too!
  • Ahem It was fairly clever, too, the way you arranged things so suspicion would fall on-ahem, on the Gray Phantom.
  • Ahoy He stood up and called "Ahoy!"
  • Ais You have yourself had experience of Hans Marais, now, who is kind to every one."
  • Ave An hour before Ave Maria, then, he sent to me, as I walked in the cloisters, and when I came to him, told me, all short, to dress myself in my old secular clothes, as fine as I could, and to be ready to ride with him in half an hour, because our Most Holy Lord had consented to receive me one hour after Ave Maria.
  • Aye "Aye, I remember him," was the reply.
  • Oho Oho, you believe in it fast enough when you want to use it?
  • Abe That a true story, Uncle Abe?
  • Archie "I don't know," Archie replied.
  • Tahoe With an Ohio boy, John Kinney, he made an excursion afoot to Tahoe, a trip described in one of the best chapters of "Roughing It."
  • Addie Then, turning again to Addie: "All is, I want you to be my wife, and you know it, and so does the old man.
  • Aggie "You needn't get cross with me, Jimmy," said Aggie in a hurt voice.
  • Allie Even Allie got timid.
  • Artie Another and longer silence; then Adelaide, after an uneasy, affectionate look at his serious profile, said: "I'm often ashamed of myself, Artie-about father; I don't think I'm a hypocrite, for I do love him dearly.
  • Amie The days of miracles are over, belle amie, but a summer breeze could more easily uproot these oaks than that.
  • Annie Annie Benton seemed satisfied with the answers he had made, and there was another long silence between them.
  • AW Aw, man, don't believe anything she .
  • AAH That's just what I've told you, aah!
  • KWH
  • BAHIA Insurrection was often attempted, especially among the Mohammedan Negroes around Bahia.
  • YWHA
  • achier
  • ashier
  • ie
  • dis-mounts
  • dis-obedience
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