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  • ant Thus in the middle of their brown battalions Muzzle to muzzle one ant meets another Perchance to spy their journey or their fortune.
  • ante He consulted his notebook into which he had entered the address, and taking a street car, a few minutes later he climbed the stairway of a large railroad office building and quickly found himself in the ante-room of the railroad ruler's office.
  • anti Fat Joe had assured him that she had brought him home; but Fat Joe, who was ever averse to anti-climax, had told him no more than that.
  • arno The Arno was much swollen: I saw it on Thursday, very curious, up to the top of the arches of the bridges.
  • art When the prince heard this, he looked in his face and knowing him, cried out and said, "Art thou not Bihkard the king?"
  • aunt "I am very glad you are going to see my aunt.
  • cant At the instant of peril he drove his cant-dog's iron nose into the roots of the stump, surged back on his lever, and pinched the rope between post and ash handle of the tool.
  • carnot The French held the inner circle; and the advantage which this gave them was well understood by Carnot, who now inspired the measures of the Committee.
  • earn He is only marrying me because I earn more than he does.
  • earned I swore that time, sure as ever I earned a guinea, that guinea should go to you.
  • earner Gertie Slayback was statistically down as a woman wage-earner; a typhoid case among the thousands of the Borough of Manhattan for 1901; and her twice-a-day share in the Subway fares collected in the present year of our Lord.
  • earnest "I am in earnest, Lydie.
  • east 61 Going East .
  • eat Seem's ef you wan't goin' to eat nothin'.
  • end The end came rapidly.
  • ernst Casper Eysvogel had also attended the Vorchtel entertainment and accompanied Ernst Ortlieb into the street to discuss some business matters.
  • errant "Recollect, my friend," said Don Quixote, "all knights cannot be courtiers, nor can all courtiers be knights-errant, nor need they be.
  • erst The earth seems agitated at the confusion of the heavens-the late waveless mirror is lashed into furious waves, that roll in hollow murmurs to the shore-the oyster boats that erst sported in the placid vicinity of Gibbet Island, now hurry affrighted to the land-the poplar writhes and twists, and whistles in the blast-torrents of drenching rain and sounding hail deluge the battery walks-the gates are thronged by apprentices, servant-maids, and little Frenchmen, with pocket-handkerchiefs over their hats, scampering from the storm-the late beauteous prospect presents one scene of anarchy and wild uproar, as though old Chaos had resumed his reign, and was hurling back into one vast turmoil the conflicting elements of Nature.
  • event This awful event has wellnigh crushed me, and, now I think of it, I have scarcely tasted food since last evening.
  • garnet Garnet shall see whether-humph!
  • kant
  • pant
  • rant
  • want
  • Ain't Ain't I a Toupillier myself?
  • And And why do you think so?
  • Can't I can't sleep indoors.
  • Meant
  • Erna The strength of his newly found soul seemed to go out in his love for Erna, and he was white and trembling at the thought of losing her affection.
  • earns Each of us earns his own way in!"
  • INT
  • ONT
  • aren't You know I had no motive-aren't you ashamed!
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