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  • caring But she was at home caring for Barney and Tommie and Larry.
  • carrion "Carrion crows were about in the dawn that followed.
  • crying "His girl's been might' near crying her eyes out, 'cause he didn't show up.
  • dairying It seems to me that dairying means slavery in the hands of poor people who cannot afford hired labour.
  • jarring He went through all the preliminary work, and reconciled, as far as possible, the jarring interests that came into play.
  • quarrying I cling to my privileges of mining, turbary, and quarrying.
  • scurrying Kitchens were left dark, unaccustomed lights flashed in upper chambers, some went scurrying for oysters before the post-office store should be closed, and some spread the news, eager to share in the holiday importance.
  • Arraying At the same time, as if to render impossible my further ministration in this first place of service, the anti-slavery agitation was at its height, dividing churches, breaking up sects, setting the members of families against each other, detaching ministers from their congregations, and arraying society in hostile camps.
  • Carrying Adam and Jacob, carrying up a few fish and some bread, returned to the hut.
  • Harrying I understand that as the late owner took no part in the insurrection, and joined the Duke of Cumberland when he came north, the property is in good condition and the clansmen have escaped the harrying which befell all those who sided with Charles Stuart.
  • Marrying Yes; but some man would be coming along and marrying her; and where would he be then?
  • Parrying She attempted the subject once, but faintly, and his careless parrying threw her out.
  • Tarrying He looked up at the lights in the sky, those never-tarrying, and yet motionless wanderers-away, to the mountain heights around him-down, into the gorge below-and far off, into the distance.
  • Currying They didn't dream of such a thing as camping for six months at a time without firing a gun, or marching and countermarching to mislead the enemy, or driving wagons and ambulances, building bridges, currying horses, and the thousand commonplace duties of the soldier.
  • graying All she could see as she stood for a moment in the doorway was his head, the thick, graying dark hair, and one long-fingered, sensitive, beautiful hand lying on the arm of the chair.