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  • able Haven't you had everything you wanted ever since I was able to pay for it?
  • bale I saw her jump on the bale, and her head reached within a foot from the balcony.
  • belie Thy words belie thy looks, friend Siegbert.
  • belle Mr. Dennison, I thought, might be displeased, were his wife to accept the position offered her as a belle and leader in the best social circles of the South.
  • bile Henry could not reply to it, and that moved his bile.
  • blue I'll have to tell him that my eyes must be blue.
  • blur But when she met the quality of his look, the grave tenderness of it, she trembled, and our rendered her own to the page where his handwriting quivered and became a blur.
  • bole The sparrow is after him; but, as he comes dashing round the trunk, he always seems to expect to find the creeper perched upon some twig, as any other bird would be, and it is only after a little reconnoitring that he again discovers him clinging to the vertical bole.
  • bull They put up at the Black Bull, and it was not until the dance was in full swing that they appeared in Mrs. Hegarty's doorway.
  • dabble "Donkeys dance on ropes, school-boys dabble in doctor's business!
  • dabbler There were times when this philanthropic dabbler in politics was irritating.
  • dale By M. Dale Arvey.
  • db
  • dibble But, of course, it was Mrs. Dibble who could tell the most, and who was more in demand than ever.
  • doable
  • dole An interesting ceremony has long been gone through at Dacre Church in connection with the distribution of the Troutbeck Dole.
  • double You're going to double-cross us?
  • doubly It is doubly a success, being full of human sympathy, as well as thoroughly artistic."
  • dub I was a good bit of a dub.
  • duel 139. Duel with Martin, iii.
  • dull So, however dull or tiresome husband or work may be, one mustn't give them up.
  • duly Of these I had duly expressed my admiration.
  • edible They half filled the boat with these and other harmless edible plants, and then late in the afternoon started to pole up the river to the fishing grounds, intending to try for the trout in his most amenable season, the early evening.
  • table Then give me the table."
  • tubule
  • Blew
  • Del
  • bbl
  • Doyle Little Mike Doyle larned to play 'Th' Rambler fr'm Clare' beautifully on what they call a pickle-e-o befure they sarved a rayplivin writ on him.
  • Daley This developed when Daley began to read aloud.
  • BL
  • DBL
  • BLU
  • bluer
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