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  • dante Here are uttered the last words of Virgil to Dante, the explorer of the spiritual country: "Expect no more or word or sign from me.
  • daunt Nevertheless, the miseries of the night, the heavy rains of the dawning day and the knowledge of the strength of the enemy's position in front and of Vandamme's movement in their rear, failed to daunt their spirits.
  • decant Let settle the precipitate, decant, and wash in several changes of water.
  • defiant Something in Charmian's voice and manner had made him feel defiant.
  • dent "You mean," said Barrington, exploring the dent in his chin with his forefinger-"you mean, propose?"
  • deviant
  • diamante Above the bend there is not even an indication of the formacao diamante.
  • dint Herbert got a large bottle of stuff for my arm; and by dint of having this stuff dropped over it all the night through, I was just able to bear its pain on the journey.
  • distant His eyes fixed themselves apparently upon some distant object.
  • durant For instance, according to the records of S. Paul's Cathedral, John Durant, whose ancestor in 1222 held only one virgate in 'Cadendon', had in 1279 eight or ten at least.
  • pedant Besides his business of pedant, his tyranny over the children he chastised at will, over nuns not less at his disposal, there remained within a hard bottom of domineering jealousy.
  • radiant She has lived in the light and love of the Saviour since she was eleven years old; and she has gone so long and so far in the good way, that now it is as if she were sitting just outside the golden gates, crowned with radiant beauty and clothed with white raiment, waiting until her Lord shall bid her enter.
  • tint Early in his career the impression became general that his favorite tint was crimson.
  • titan Then the giants, with their fifty heads growing from their shoulders and their hundred hands, went forth against the Titan gods.
  • trident Neptune with his trident, Venus rising from the sea, admirals of every age and nationality, favorite heroes like Wellington and Andrew Jackson were carved, with varying skill, from stout oak, and set up to guide their vessels through tumultuous seas.
  • Didst As long as this Virginia is a name men remember, so long will men recall how thou didst save her from destruction.
  • hadn't If he does I'll make him wish he hadn't!"
  • don't I don't mean to.
  • didn't Didn't you get on?"
  • inter jaculate
  • more seducing
  • more seemingly