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  • abet But," he added meaningly, "let the owner of that face remember who she is and what he is; let him remember that for any outside the circle of the ancient blood to lift his eyes to the daughter of Solomon is to earn death, death slow and cruel for himself and all who aid and abet him.
  • abort So contagious is the disease that the germs introduced into a perfectly healthy cow will cause her to abort , and it is no uncommon thing for the infection to spread through an entire herd in a single season.
  • cabaret It was simply this-a most unfortunate propensity to talk of the wrong place, person, or time, in any society he found himself; and this taste for the mal apropos, extended so far, that no one ever ventured into company with him as his friend, without trembling for the result; but even this, I believe his only fault, resulted from the natural goodness of his character and intentions; for, believing as he did, in his honest simplicity, that the arbitrary distinctions of class and rank were held as cheaply by others as himself, he felt small scruple at recounting to a duchess a scene in a cabaret , and with as little hesitation would he, if asked, have sung the "Cruiskeen lawn," or the "Jug of Punch," after Lablanche had finished the "Al Idea," from Figaro.
  • caber Caber de pies: There to be standing room.
  • cabernet Dark ruby light circled and glanced through his Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • cabot "One thing is sure," said Mr. Cabot , "I'll have to stay with you if I'm to get out of this place alive."
  • cadet I cannot divulge his secrets, but his name was not Duveen; he was a cadet of one of the oldest families in Ireland.
  • capet I saw, in the hands of the King, a document of sixty pages, printed at Orange, after its restitution, in which it was clearly specified that Hugh Capet had set himself on the throne irregularly, and in which the author went to the point of saying that the Catholic religion was only an idolatry, and that the peoples would only be happy and free after the general introduction of the Reformation.
  • caret Multiple superscritped characters are preceded by a caret and enclosed in curly brackets.
  • cart Could I drive four horses in a cart , he asked?
  • cater But the wealthy and public-spirited citizen was also expected to cater for the immediate pleasure or amusement of his neighbours in games and feasts.
  • caveat Caveat lector seems to have been his motto.
  • cavort Come, Dick, let us go and see the Goat cavort ."
  • colbert Lord Carford had become again all smiles and courtesy; Darrell, who arrived in the Secretary's train, compensated in cordiality for what he lacked in confidence; my Lord Arlington himself presented me in most flattering terms to the French King's envoy, M. Colbert de Croissy, who, in his turn, greeted me with a warmth and regarded me with a curiosity that produced equal gratification and bewilderment in my mind.
  • covert He had heard enough of O'Day's covert suggestion that he could tell much that Gerani dreaded.
  • cubit And he made a mercy seat of pure gold: two cubit s and a half was the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof.
  • jabot The train ran on and on, and now there was question of another dress-a silk dress, light pink, with a large jabot of lace down the front.
  • robert Robert forced himself to talk calmly.
  • Cubed He makes portraits, too-portraits of persons with cubic hands and cubic feet, who are smoking cubed cigarettes and have solid cubiform heads.
  • Bert Is that you, Bert ?
  • Hubert "I still don't see, even so," Hubert icily replied, "exactly why I have to marry."
  • Ebert They differ very much from the Ebert -Scheidemann group, for the Spartacans want the principles of Socialism applied immediately, whereas Ebert and other members of his government warned their followers that though they held Socialist theories, the application of Socialism must be postponed to the distant future.
  • Hebert But he uttered one quick, hoarse cry: "Hebert!
  • delicated
  • ante-cede
  • disentanglements

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