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  • award "No," said Mr. Ashton, smiling at her, "while giving all due credit to your sister Maggie's compositions, which I have read with much pleasure, I still repeat that no little girl in the class has made such manifest improvement as yourself, and to you both your teacher and myself award the prize."
  • coward I shall not rest until the coward who killed him has been brought to justice!"
  • dad Dad, can't you see-now?"
  • dart She could not pass him; she could not dart forward and out; his arms were widely extended on either side.
  • dead Though we are alive we are dead.
  • dewar He died at Thornhill in 1862. The incumbent who preceded Mr. Dewar was the Rev.
  • dotard The hour of recollection will come-and you will not be satisfied to act the part of a boy, till you fall into that of a dotard.
  • dwarf "Thou shalt have," says the dwarf, "save that which is impossible for us."
  • edward "I can show you the place for watching birds," said Edward, "if that's what you like doing.
  • howard Howard looked at me and opened his eyes.
  • reward She might get used to them, and, if she didn’t, why, the daily sacrifice would be not without its reward.
  • seward "Wal, to tell the truth, Majer, this war has disappinted the hull of us, but I think I havn't been so foolish as Seward.
  • sward And Fiddler Joe will come with us to play for us; and there's a beautiful green-sward just under the beech-trees by Friar's Oak, and there we'll dance by the full light of the moon.
  • wad A strip of bark from the nearest birch tree; a wad of gum from the next spruce; some spruce roots; a little lard and a knife will mend a canoe stove in utterly.
  • ward Several in our ward are now sick in bed, and I give them more of my fruit than I eat myself, hoping that, when my turn comes to be sick, some one may thus serve me.
  • wart The discussion closed with the accustomed pro and con upon the wart of Cromwell's nose, Realism rejoicing in it, Idealism objecting.
  • word They were as good as his word.
  • Dwarfed Without it one of the deepest and divinest powers of our nature remains dwarfed, stifled, and repressed.
  • Toward The condition is observed most often toward the spring of the year.
  • Edwardo Then, seeing from Lloyd's amazed expression that she failed to understand the situation, she added, in a distressed tone, "He is Edwardo."
  • dared Dared you-you, and you have made it out of him!
  • dis-grades
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