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- aptly Now she understood how the ranch was aptly named Desert Valley; it was a freak, an oasis, a fertile valley with desert lands to east as well as west, and to north and south.
- beastly Ted, how can I possibly know all your beastly old flags?
- easel A young man sits before an easel opposite the lady, and paints her miniature, while at the other end of the veranda a three-year-old boy is engaged in coaxing a big Newfoundland dog to serve as pony to his little master.
- easily Work was easily found.
- east Then she went down East Street towards the sea.
- easter Battle it was to be, for the Wednesday in Easter week would find him in the London train-of that there was to be no question.
- easterly When the Variation is easterly, the true course will be as many points or degrees to the right of the compass course.
- epistle An Epistle containing the Strange Medical Experience of Karshish, the Arab Physician.
- ghastly The most pathetic shadows had been the vague, ghastly streaks of black that followed the body about a week before sunset in October.
- hastily "I know you don't want to talk about it now," he went on hastily.
- lastly Lastly, there is the question of injury to the person, wrought by cattle.
- lustily "Jerry looks awfully cross," returned Constance, scanning the opposite side of the gallery where Jerry was singing lustily, her straight, heavy brows drawn together in a savage scowl.
- mistily At last the ravine stopped abruptly against a sandstone barrier over which the little stream fell lazily and mistily.
- moistly He stood watching Winsome Charteris, who looked past him into a distance moistly washed with tender ultramarine ash, like her own eyes too full of colour to be gray and too pearly clear to be blue.
- nastily Finding encouragement to justify his attitude, and eager to wipe out the sting of the lecture, the bully grinned nastily and took a step forward.
- tacitly It had been tacitly assumed that Joe and I were to be mates, although nothing definite had been said on the subject.
- tastily But tastily, too, and undeniably against his lips, throughout these conjurings, lay the last crushy kiss of Josie Drew.
- testily "I've read 'War and Peace'," William replied, a little testily.
- vastly For the negroes even these words were unnecessary as the fetish-man, together with his wicked Mzimu, appeared so vastly weaker than the new divinity and the white master, that it sufficed most fully to make them desert him and load him with contempt.
- Acidly She gave it up and went on acidly.
- gustily The dusk was fast possessing itself of all the farm, and an evening wind was gustily blowing through the cart-shed, playing with some old guano sacks that had been left there, and whistling round the corners of the house.