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  • ague You are going into a healthy climate, away from all fever and ague or any other sickness of that nature; and you are going to a place where the land is bound to be worth four times its present value when the Oregon Pacific Railroad is opened."
  • babe I saw only her; and knew only that her babe was strong.
  • bade As he bade me good morning, he remarked, "I would not like to be in your place to-day."
  • bake You don't have to bake any cakes for me.
  • baku You are going to Baku?
  • bale We may keep the ship afloat many hours longer if you bale and pump as sturdily as heretofore.
  • bane Yes, I-I-only was your bane, though I but watched, and laughed, and whispered beneath my waters, and let you be for the handling of your fellows.
  • bare In taking her he had provided himself with something the lack of which had left a bare place in his mind for a considerable time.
  • base She had tried, after the establishment of her affairs, to enter, in no matter what capacity, a British base hospital.
  • bate They bate us Irishmen hollow at that fun, I'll allow.
  • baud For example, a device such as a modem said to send at 2400 baud is not correct.
  • baum He works for Baum Brothers and Wright.
  • be What a round, pink little face she had, to be sure, and what a strong, healthy, plump little body.
  • bede Dr Arnold's dissertation on Bede involves him in the discussion of a question on which much skill and ability have been exercised.
  • bee And the well and his nose and his heels were in a bee-line.
  • bide Bide ye in patience, child.
  • bike In New York, hopping around SoHo and the Village, it made a lot more sense to rely on a bike or on cabs, or just plain walk.
  • bile The bile is a yellowish-brown fluid, which assists the pancreatic juice in the digestion of the food, and helps to dissolve the fats eaten, but is chiefly a waste product.
  • bite We'll get a bite and give the horses a feed and a rest at Hosmer's, that's about two miles over the hills here; and then we can go on as far as you like.
  • bk While, for Dickens, compare the way in which Sam Weller's landlord in the Fleet got into trouble with the Tinker's Tale in Spiritual Quixote, bk.
  • blue Come away-come away: this blue world has better things than any in that green, too familiar place.
  • blur He saw the blur of the sloop moving fast towards him.
  • bode And there she bode, weeping strangely; but yet with rest upon her; even as rest was come sudden and wondrous upon me.
  • bole I sat up and heard the whole long descent; but at the end, after the moment of silence, there was no deep boom-the sound of the mighty bole striking and rebounding from the earth itself.
  • bone Bone touched; but they say I'll be fit quite soon."
  • bore It was a bore.
  • bose Now, Bose," he added, speaking as though the animal could understand every word he said, "you stay here and keep watch; and if you hear anybody sneaking up on us, take after him and hold him at bay till we come."
  • bout Then a lad brings the intelligence that his parent is just recovering from a heavy drinking bout and will be back soon.
  • brie Still another couple of hours and we had reached Choisy-en-Brie, found a stable for our animals, and we ourselves stretched out on our blankets beneath the friendly shadow of the big stone church.
  • bud The brown bud vanished.
  • bug Dose skeeter bug is hongry, he cried.
  • bum An old friend, who had promised to lend him five of the hundred and fifteen already raised, had said on seeing him approach: "Here comes that old bum again."
  • bun The patient Miss Humble receives, when he comes, A diminutive bun; let us hope it has plums!
  • bur Have not you often and often clung about her like a bur?"
  • bus The broad-brimmed Stetson disappeared within the cab, and the cab darted off in the wake of the westward bound bus.
  • but But what could one do?
  • buy Why don't you buy the place?
  • bye Still, a place in a forest near the sea called Die Einsame was to me, at least, attractive; and I said good-bye to the Lauterbach I knew and loved, and started, full of hope, for the Baabe I was all ready to love.
  • byte Bergen By Byte has the Norwegian language conference Schools.
  • cue And look here," whispered the colonel, "don't you open your mouth, except to put something into it, till I give you the cue."
  • duke In that short poem we are made to see what manner of man is the duke, what manner of woman the duchess.
  • ike Now there was a good man, a carpenter and very skilful with his tools, who so loved the oak that he gave himself, and his children after him, the name of Eyck, which is pronounced Ike, and is Dutch for oak.
  • luke Do you remember it, Luke?
  • nuke
  • puke Like child its mother's milk, He doth gulp down and eager cry for more; Hence dose him well; you'll puke his stomach not.
  • skua We are told of the Skua, that pirate of the seas, that he swoops down upon the fishing birds, at the moment when they rise from the water with a capture.
  • Brae James Fraser, who gave very valuable information, both at the sitting held at Brae, and in a subsequent letter, printed in the evidence.
  • Bub Next came Mr. Bub Ballington, whom the Colonel knew, but pretended not to.
  • Byre I had a bullock showing some symptoms of the disease in a byre amongst ten.
  • Eke John Capgrave undertakes to translate the life of St. Gilbert "right as I find before me, save some additions will I put thereto which men of that order have told me, and eke other things that shall fall to my mind in the writing which be pertinent to the matter."
  • Que She repeated the words, and called him a monster, and at last the man spoke in a shamed way and said: "Que voulez-vous?
  • BTU
  • BU
  • BLU
  • BPOE
  • Bauer The bauer-wagen was much more uncomfortable than the tarantas had been; travelling in it was like gallopping over a bad road in an English farmer's waggon; and, as the vehicle had no cover, the travellers were exposed without protection to the full power of the sun.
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