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  • added But I got a letter from the Bishop, too," he added.
  • bedded It cracked beneath him, and he sprang hastily up and took another, from which he could see out of a window, and into a trim little garden where plants were bedded out in small beds neatly cut in shaved green turf.
  • Ceded People declared that he had ceded all his furniture to the landlord, who could now sell it quietly and advantageously, in a manner which would yield more than enough to wipe out the debt.
  • dated Marion, and, although his letter is not dated, the connection of the correspondence is evident: "As Gen.
  • dead And now he's dead!
  • deader We were then probably seventy miles from it; and so high did it appear that I took it for a cloud, until it gradually turned to a greener and deader colour.
  • decided Will, have you decided what you will do?
  • decoded They may get under way again before all messages are cleared and decoded.
  • Deduced Where I have enlarged them, I desire the false critics would not always think that those thoughts are wholly mine, but either that they are secretly in the poet, or may be fairly deduced from him; or at least, if both these considerations should fail, that my own is of a piece with his, and that if he were living, and an Englishman, they are such as he would probably have written.
  • deed In the end he chose a Sunday for this treat, saying that the better the day the better the deed.
  • deeded But just before the war, the Burtons deeded These acres here, which she inherited From old man Kingston, to this Captain Kingston, The son aforesaid of Old Kingston.
  • deeds He searched his memory for words or deeds that might have made her think badly of him.
  • Deluded Tell me; do you think that dreadful girl has deluded him away?"
  • dented I've had many a fall, and my armor is dented in a dozen places.
  • denuded As it was, I denuded myself of capital.
  • Derided By foes derided, by Thine own rejected, O most afflicted!
  • Died For his soul's sake had not her father died?
  • Dieted The greater the Number of Collegians, the greater would be the Gain of the House-Keeper; so that when the College should be full and compleat as here directed and wished, the Collegians may be boarded upon easier Terms; boarded I say; because if any but the President dieted themselves, it would create Confusion; and if any belonging to the College but such Masters as have Families were permitted to eat elsewhere, it would not be worth any body's while to lay in Provision, when they could not tell what Number they must provide for.
  • Doted He was my first-born, and I doted on him.
  • dreaded Elizabeth dreaded talking matters over with Dr. Morgan no more than with her father.
  • dude The dude employe who wears a high collar is not the one that knuckles down to hard work.
  • Eddied Then with a dip forward of her funnel and masts, she suddenly went down out of sight, and the water churned, and foamed, and eddied about the place where she had been.
  • Teed A foursome was teed up at the first tee.
  • Tended One large idea was becoming firmly fixed in the acute mind of the young adventurer, and it tended to make him both watchful and silent.
  • Tided I watched a while, at times cursing my own meanness; but the excitement of the moment and the quest tided me over that.
  • wedded He is considered by them to have wedded himself to them for better for worse more closely than ever by the withdrawal of Reform....
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