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  • acceptabilities
  • act like a wet blanket
  • air ships
  • air-cooling
  • all torn up
  • allergicking to
  • am beaten path
  • am beholden
  • am beside
  • am best behavior
  • am bewildered
  • am biased
  • am in a huff
  • am in authority
  • be converted to
  • be important
  • be in accord
  • be moaned
  • beats "Let's hear it and see if it beats ours," said James.
  • became wealthy
  • being given ones due
  • counter attacks
  • DADS Your dads run buffalo together before either of yuh was born.
  • darts Suddenly the sun burst through a maze of burning clouds and made our snow palace glow with electric darts.
  • dates Use no abbreviations except Mr., Mrs., or Dr. Spell out all dates.
  • DDTS
  • deals It deals incidentally with the Lambeth Judgment, and with the question of continuity.
  • deans Dr Franklin has the Honor of being Mr Deans venerable Friend; Mr Lee, an insignificant or troublesome Colleague.
  • dears "For, my dears," said that good lady, "I have forgotten neither my playing nor my singing.
  • deaths I would have him suffer a thousand deaths, and every death more terrible than the other!"
  • debts I may add that we sometimes do make bad debts to a pretty large amount.
  • deeds "His deeds must speak for themselves.
  • dents He's prepared to swear that he saw you with a slung shot in your hand-that he saw you drop it after the man fell; he picked it up, and whilst the man was lying dead at his tavern, awaiting the coroner's inquest, he examined the wound, and saw in the skull two little dents or holes, which were undoubtedly made by the little prongs that are on the leaden ball of the weapon, as they correspond in depth and distance apart; and, moreover, the ball is attached to a twisted brace which proves to be the fellow to the one found upon a pair of your trousers.
  • Diets "He's in such good training, too," said Diogenes; "I shall find out how he diets himself."
  • dots Cover the fish with dots of butter, pour over half a cupful of cream or milk, and bake till brown.
  • duets Then the old people again read something, or got the dwarf Pufka to entertain them, or sang old-fashioned duets.
  • eats They can go out and come in whenever they like; but if anybody from outside eats anything here, he can never go out again.
  • feats The girls romped and picked wild flowers, the boys threw stones at the chipmunks on the fence, and tossed their tin pails in the air, performing feats of deftness in imitation of the circus-men, whom they had lately seen on the green at Tyre.
  • function properly
  • heats No rain fell, but from this change the heats of summer departed, though the change did not occur until after we had found the water; now all our good things came together, namely, an escape from death by thirst, a watered and better travelling country, and cooler weather.
  • keats More than any great ancient, and than any great modern poet, with the exception, perhaps, of Keats, he affords the measure of what youth can do, and what it fails to do, in poetry.
  • Meats 2. What are the advantages of cooking meats and vegetables?
  • more fatlike
  • seats They bowed, and, taking their seats, continued their conversation, while May took a chair a little on one side between where Harry was standing and his mother and sister.
  • TATS
  • TEATS
  • yeats When you disagree about the relative merits of W.B. Yeats or Francis Thompson you are afflicted with scorn for the other's lack of perception.
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