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  • act jointly
  • act with
  • act with regard to
  • after midnights
  • Ais One day, when M. de la Feuillade himself had followed him too closely, and forced him, for the space of an hour, to scour over all Le Marais in useless and fatiguing zigzags, M. de Conti, who recognised him perfectly, in spite of his disguise, pretended that his watch, set with diamonds, had been stolen.
  • alighting up on
  • alive and kicking
  • allows the use of
  • allows to go
  • alltime low
  • allurings
  • am dangerous
  • am possession of
  • are the case
  • are the driver seat
  • are the driver's seat
  • art deficient in
  • at disposal
  • at drop hat
  • at end one rope
  • at oneness
  • at onenesses
  • bad for
  • bad-eying
  • batted eyes at
  • begging borrow or steal
  • cabs It was indeed odd, after the great darkness of the afternoon before to find now a burning blue sky, bright shining pavements and the pieces of iron and metal on the cabs glittering as they rolled along.
  • cacaos Venezuela sends the finest cacaos to the European market, those of Porto Cabello and Caracas.
  • CADS To-day, I meet nobody but cads, who are very careful not to offer me the slightest thing; indeed, many of them presume to pass me by, and act as if they didn't know me.
  • Cai "He next tells us that Caiceach, the last name he finds for the Round Towers, is supposed by the Glossarists to be compounded of cai, a house, and teach, a house, an explanation which, he playfully adds, is tautology with a witness.
  • CAINS It is one of the first inventions of the cultivator, and not so very far removed from its pierced flint representative occasionally turned up amongst the weapons and tools of primitive man; but when bronze, and later on iron, began to yield to the inventor, and the action of fire was utilised by the Tubal Cains of their day, the broad-headed hoe began to develop; and we have it spread, in a very similar form to that still used in Egypt, all round the world where men commenced to till the soil.
  • Cairns But the dog cures all that, and you can stand in the road and watch Dandy or Jack collect your flock just as well as if he were in the cairns and corries of old Scotland, whence he or his grandfather came.
  • cairo The Government in Cairo thinks that Smain is a traitor, but that is false.
  • callous It may seem callous in me, but I fell asleep very soon after, and did not wake till roused by a knock at my door.
  • callus This repair substance is called callus.
  • Cameos That of Mary de' Medici, offered to her by the Republic of Venice, and now in the Galerie d'Apollon at the Louvre, is extremely small, though it has an elaborate frame enriched with precious cameos.
  • CAMS The shifting was accomplished by a pin-in-slot and spring arrangement to change the indexing of the cams to starting position and return.
  • camus I followed them, somewhat doubtfully, wondering what figure Master Paul would cut at Camus.
  • Canoes I'll hire the canoes and tell the man to send the bill to my father.
  • cans Jane was knocking at the door with cans of really hot water this time.
  • CAPOS Fine gentlemen stand at the club doors or sit within, looking out of the huge windows; the merchants and the students, smoking cigarettes, saunter, wrapped magnificently in their capos.
  • caps Both the old ladies wore lace caps, but that of Jean's was a little braver with ribbons than Ellen's.
  • caries Caries may be indicated at first by a dark spot on the table of the tooth, later by a cavity.
  • carious Carious teeth, in children and adults, sometimes indicate endocrine imbalance.
  • Carlos Don Carlos Buell, who organized and commanded the Army of the Ohio, graduated 32d.
  • carouse At the nocturnal carouse?
  • carouser A very mad landlady came down in response to our earnest request and informed us that the young carouser who had rented her room had not been there that evening; and that if we were his rowdy friends we could tell him that he would find his trunk in the alley.
  • carpus But as to what Tom could 'a dun with the carpus, I'm allus heer'd that you may dew anythink with any-think, if you on'y send it carriage-paid to Lunnon,' I left the house in anger and disgust.
  • cars What has got all the cars?
  • caruso Ten minutes later Caruso was seen seated on his valise in the middle of the street.
  • cassius Jeffrey's mother came out carrying a canvas satchel which she put on the sled under Cassius Bascom's feet.
  • cats I have told you of several cats which rang bells.
  • caucus When the night of the caucus arrived, Tazewell, who was confined to his bed by sickness, heard of the gathering for the first time.
  • cause Or he may use it in a good cause, and it's fairly white.
  • Causer Well, said the lady, I ask the head of the knight that hath won the sword, or else the damosel's head that brought it; I take no force though I have both their heads, for he slew my brother, a good knight and a true, and that gentlewoman was causer of my father's death.
  • cautious Her stepmother, as if expecting her, came quickly, and in a low, cautious whisper told her that she would find her supper ready in her bedroom.
  • caws A few more caws were uttered.
  • cayuse There was a considerable proportion of the spotted roan, which is the traditional color for the Indian "cayuse."
  • chaos It is such a triumph to be calm, cold, and impassive at a moment when others feel their reason tottering and their brain a chaos.
  • CIAOS
  • circus It's a circus an' wake in wan, fur I'm about dead an' he's turned clown for a while.
  • Claus It touched every one as might some giant Santa Claus, for grown-ups, with a pack of heart's-ease on his back.
  • CO'S "Well, I ain't a goin' to put my money in with Co's," said Milt sarcastically.
  • COBS It was the beginning of the season of green maize; every morning an armful of luscious cobs was deposited at my door.
  • CODS I did mean these young red hats here, who do no more dare to bait your father's lions than to face the Cods of Dort in fair and equal fight.
  • COGS Everything looked strange and delightful to the eager boy, and even the dirty work he was ordered to do seemed pleasant because there were engines everywhere, and mysteries of cogs and wheels that he would be able to find out, as the days went by.
  • coils All you're going to get is a little light, a lot of heat, and a couple of burned out coils.
  • Coins But happiness and misery are coins which are current in both worlds.
  • coitus The singles, couples and groups stopped in midflight coitus to applaud.
  • COLS The visible fruits of this almost bloodless victory are very great-about 3.500 prisoners, among whom are Cols.
  • cons 45; Claudian, In Cons.
  • COORS Coors time was over.
  • coos The Coos Bay mines have been opened and worked for some years, and they keep quite a fleet of schooners plying between the mines and San Francisco.
  • copious Secondly his style is so full and his discourse so copious, as the worke would have held no proportion, for that this last addition of seven years must have exceeded halfe Serres Historie.
  • Cops Don't look at me like that; you wouldn't like cops either, if you made less than a couple of hundred a week.
  • cos She said that everybody says that Uncle Everard won't go to the picnic on Christmas Eve cos he's ashamed to look people in the face.
  • cots An' Mis' Zittelhof an' I began makin' up the cots.
  • coups They are preparing decisive coups in Bavaria, Hanover, Austria and Hungary.
  • course For that, of course, was his work.
  • cows Some one would be out for the cows ere long and his last chance would be gone.
  • created anew
  • Cues The hiss and the guffaw were cues quite strong enough for the rest of the house.
  • Curios The best room in it was the library, and here, for the first time in his career, Field had the opportunity to provide shelf-room for his books and cabinets for his curios.
  • curious I 'm curious to hear about him.
  • CURS When first the word wheel was pronounced, all the curs pricked up their ears in alarm; at the second wheel they set up a doleful howl.
  • cuss You know, it is a very easy thing to sit or stand around and "cuss" those in a legislative body for what they did or did not do.
  • de parts
  • ex pertly
  • gat on one's nerves
  • gauss A young German mathematician, whose name was Gauss, opened his distinguished career by a successful attempt to solve this problem.
  • grow used to
  • gulps down
  • Gus Uncle Gus and his Scarisbricks!"
  • had doubts
  • laius But Oedipus succeeded and overcame her, and, as Laius did not return, was rewarded with the regal sceptre,- and with the hand of the queen.
  • pious Walter Wilton that he was pious, the subject was exhausted; there was nothing more to say, unless you chose to elaborate on piety in general.
  • vacuous I have been twenty miles round the country to-day, and when I come in I find that long-legged fellow Morris philandering away, and have to listen to his vacuous nonsense for an hour.
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