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  • bell Before you touch the bell or the door-handle you are a dead man.
  • call "Call it what you like.
  • cell But as he did so the door of his cell flew noiselessly open, and there, on the threshold, stood the self-same little lad, looking not a day older, with his finger on his lip, and a mysterious smile upon his face.
  • cellar And the tunnel runs into the cellar of your house.
  • cello In the evening I sang Praise Thou the Lord, O My Soul, by Holden, with two violins, cello and organ accompaniment.
  • celt No notice shall I take of this Celt."
  • cull You 'members the lad,-a 'nation fine cull, tall and straight as a harrow!"
  • dell She stood in the little dell which the stream had made, Walter in her arms-her figure thrown back, so as to poise the child's weight.
  • ell He went off to a room on the ground floor in one ell of the house; it was his sitting room, smoking room, the lounging place of his friends.
  • fell Somebody started it and you fell in with the plan.
  • jell For answer, Bedelia threatened to quit, declaring shrilly that she would not work where nothing was safe under lock and key, and a girl might work her fingers to the bone putting up jell for spoiled, ungrateful, meddlesome Matties to waste, and so forth and so on.
  • seal Sir Nicholas wrote a letter at least once a week to his wife; but writing was something of a labour to him; it was exceedingly doubtful to his mind whether his letters were not opened and read before being handed to the courier, and as his seal was taken from him his wife could not tell either.
  • sell You don't sell your things because you're a smart business man, but because the boys like you."
  • sill He swung a leg over the sill and looked down.
  • tell Tell me what he really is.
  • well Well, you see what she is."
  • yell The Boys' Guard of Honor preceded the 1914's and repeated their yell.
  • zeal You are likewise acquainted with the zeal of Mrs. Clarke, her niece Peggy, and the two men, her husband and brother.
  • We'll We'll take you back."
  • Coll By Alfred Hayes, M.A. New Coll.
  • Celia "I beg your pardon, Miss Watson," replied Celia, demurely; "only it was so nice to think of going to the Sea."
  • Nell "Some say it's too soft already," said Nell.
  • Cells Both present identical and perfectly normal pictures of apparently healthy cells and fibres.
  • he'll But he'll hurt you if he can."