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  • bait With eyes open he would have rushed into a thousand traps if Helen Hardwick was the bait.
  • beat I have not much, either, that I can spare for yourself, but you must take this and spend it to beat them.
  • beaut Wasn't that youngest one a beaut?
  • beef Let the beef simmer slowly, but do not allow it to boil.
  • beefy "Only not so beefy.
  • beet The beet red colour of his face had gone down several degrees.
  • befit Marie Louise ought to have Tuscany, he said: Parma would not befit her dignity.
  • beirut Heliopolis and Beirut had been the most ancient colonies founded by Augustus in Syria.
  • belt Jacques took a long pistol from his belt and pointed it at the old Indian.
  • benefit Even if this be all that he means there is perhaps still room for a smile, but, at all events, he ought to have the benefit of the doubt.
  • bent I bent forward, and gave the thing my more immediate attention.
  • bereft Surprise, approaching to agony, for a moment bereft the Captain of utterance; but, recovering, he exclaimed- "He named my Ellenor and her child!
  • best I did the best I knew," said Elmore.
  • bet Shall I place a bet for you?"
  • biff Biff went in for repose-sometimes hours at a time.
  • bight The settlement stood in a bight of the beach forming a small harbor and affording a fair anchorage for small vessels, excepting it were against the beating of a southeasterly gale.
  • bit "You've been a bit off.
  • brit In the early days, Brit had had a wife and two children, but the wife could not endure the loneliness of the ranch nor the inconvenience of living in a two-room log cabin.
  • buffet "Yes," said Jean, "I've tried putting the buffet in every corner and all around the walls, and it won't look like anything but a wooden box."
  • deft Your business is accomplished with practised ease, any information you may require is forthcoming on the instant, and deft fingers pass you the coin.
  • eft A monstrous Eft was of old the Lord and Master of Earth; For him did his high sun flame, and his river billowing ran.
  • fit That's all you're fit for."
  • gift "But a gift is a gift.
  • heft "Heft it," said he briefly, passing it to Walter.
  • left Why had I left her like that?
  • lift We ran forward to lift him up, but he was dead.
  • refit It was a masterly movement, as it would have been madness to have stopped to be attacked by so superior a force as the French possessed; for though we might have driven them off, we must have suffered severely, and have had to return into harbour to refit.
  • rift From here it was necessary to draw ourselves carefully over two other ledges into a small rift in the rocks, and then traverse on our hands and knees another narrow ledge of about 8 ft.
  • sift Anyway, to-morrow morning I'm riding to Marquis, and if he ain't there I'll sift through the country between Marquis and Dorothy.
  • weft Why art thou so in fear of me, when before my lord thou weft so brave?
  • Beaufort 59; Regent of France, 60. See Somerset Beaufort, Henry, Bishop of Winchester, chancellor, iii.
  • Bert "Bert," he said, in a friendly voice, "your sister wants to see you."
  • Benita In Natal he married my mother, a Miss Ferreira, whose name-like mine and her mother's-was Benita.
  • Benito Now, if we are burnt there is an end of us, but if they put us into a monastery with a San-benito on our backs we shall still have a chance of life, and shall be poor Englishmen if we do not take it."
  • befits "It ill befits," the youngest said, "A crowned king to lie; "But, or that I taste meat and drink, "Reproved sall he be."
  • biffed
  • disorientations
  • inpenetrable
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