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  • baby There was a baby?"
  • bad My rheumatics is bad.
  • bade Then Captain Hardy came up, and first going over the empty house, came out and bade his son accompany him to the station.
  • badly Manley is badly hurt, or he is dead.
  • baldy That very winter after Baldy was the only man to git back.
  • bandy They did not thus bandy words with our Lord, and they could not; because they knew that it was not He who was trying to confound private morality and the administration of law but themselves.
  • bawd So shall my Vertue be his Vices bawd, And he shall spend mine Honour, with his Shame; As thriftlesse Sonnes, their scraping Fathers Gold.
  • bawdy Not so hardy, thou bawdy knave, said the damosel, that thou slay him.
  • bay The bay, as we looked down upon it, presented a fearful scene.
  • beady He was slight and dark and foreign looking, with beady black eyes, and a not over-prominent chin.
  • bed Are you going to bed, too, papa?
  • bede A certain Major Bede, an American, who worked at the north end of the mine, caught a Hottentot in his employ in the act of secreting a stone.
  • bevy Often a whole bevy of neighbours then meet and return home together, and that is about the only time when they call at the roadside inn.
  • bey Bey stared at her.
  • bid Have no care for us save to bid some one supply us with food to take along.
  • biddy Pat expressed his fear that there was not another morsel of food in the house; however, Biddy and her assistant, coming in from the potato garden, soon set matters to rights, and put some water on to boil, hunted up some fresh eggs, and produced another loaf.
  • bide They could not 'a-bear to see he a-flying all over the parish: why couldn't he bide at home?
  • bod 2. Correction of Murray, in words of three syllables: ben-e-fit, cab-i-net, can-is-ter, cat-a-logue, char-ac-ter, char-i-ty, cov-et-ous, dil-i-gence, dim-i-ty, el-e-phant, ev-i-dent, ev-er-green, friv-o-lous, gath-er-ing, gen-er-ous, gov-ern-ess, gov-ern-or, hon-est-y, kal-en-dar, lav-en-der, lev-er-et, lib-er-al, mem-or-y, min-is-ter, mod-est-ly, nov-el-ty, no-bod-y, par-a-dise, pov-er-ty, pres-ent-ly, prov-i-dence, prop-er-ly, pris-on-er, rav-en-ous, sat-is-fy, sev-er-al, sep-ar-ate, trav-el-ler, vag-a-bond;-con-sid-er, con-tin-ue, de-liv-er, dis-cov-er, dis-fig-ure, dis-hon-est, dis-trib-ute, in-hab-it, me-chan-ic, what-ev-er;-rec-om-mend, ref-u-gee, rep-ri-mand.
  • bode They set out together, but until they were some distance from the house walked in absolute silence, which seemed to Hester to bode no good.
  • body He has a good head and a strong body.
  • bony In a morris chair in the middle of the room, with the folds of a dressing gown hanging loosely over his bony frame, sat W.
  • boy No, boy, what did she do?
  • brady "In one sense I have changed my mind," answered Mrs. Brady with a smile.
  • bray But the journey did not seem to dispel her grief, and she continued in such very low spirits that Mrs. Bray almost regretted having taken her abroad so soon after her bereavement.
  • bud "It don't go, Bud.
  • buddy "Now see here, buddy," I countered, none too good-naturedly, "I haven't got my uniform on, but I've as good a right to it as you; I was all through the Argonne."
  • buoy There was nothing to buoy her up now, nothing to which she could look forward.
  • bury I was very glad he did not again refer to his project to bury the treasure and carry the schooner to the Tortugas.
  • busy So much had happened that for a brief moment each was busy with her own thoughts.
  • buy "They don't want to buy.
  • by By the time it was well again another man had his place in the orchestra.
  • byway As soon as the Federal pickets were driven in, orders were despatched to the rear brigades to avoid the laborious route taken by the advance, and to pursue the direct highway to the town, a level track of three miles, in place of a steep byway of seven or eight.
  • cody Wyoming Park wagon road, showing wonderful tunnelling work on the new wagon road from Cody, Wyo.
  • dowdy Jasmine was waiting on the platform in the expectation of being presently accosted by any one of the several dowdy women round her when both her arms were roughly grabbed and she found herself apparently in the custody of two boy scouts.
  • dy I came forward,-traversed the room,-was indeed in a bl-dy passion.
  • eddy The revolving cylinder and its ribs force the latex against the curved blades so as to cause an eddy in the middle of the machine.
  • howdy "Howdy, Cap," retorted the other.
  • lady What's the tarnation hurry, young lady?
  • rowdy That this seedy, disreputable-looking rowdy should turn out to be the relative of whom he was in search was something of a shock, and that such a specimen as this should have it in its power to advance his prospects in life seemed incredible.
  • tidy You see, just as soon as Old Mother Nature saw that Peter was trying to look as well as he could, and was keeping himself as neat and tidy as he knew how, she was ready to help, as she always is.
  • Bendy Old Bendy is major now, he gave us a lecture a while ago and he had a word to say about you and wee Hughes and Martin, that was the night that you went to locate the mortar and came in with the machine gun.
  • Boyd Mrs. Boyd, he knew, disliked him.
  • Jody
  • Rudy If little Rudy had lived.
  • Judy Yes, Judy was down among the approaching New Year's Honours.
  • Beds At the back of the restaurant there is an open space where a great many feather-beds in red covers were being aired on the grass, while fowls and the waiting drivers of the Sassnitz waggonettes wandered about among them.
  • bids Anyone wishing to build a round barn can get local bids on the lumber bill, and determine approximately the cost in his locality.
  • buds No limb buds; total length, 37.2 mm.
  • BSD
  • FWD
  • BODS
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  • apotheosed
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