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  • aisle I cried, and would have rushed out into the aisle .
  • alley Half-a-dozen times, believing ourselves to be at last in the proper alley of green, we had been brought up by this gate; and it was at the gate that we met Miss Levey.
  • asl
  • asylum 149. You are a widow, and live in the Widows' Asylum in Lerwick?
  • basely And as he caught the passing gaze of the woman whom he had so basely persecuted, a repulsive smile showed itself, the grin of a veritable fiend in human guise.
  • eagle To which he answered, "The soul of one eagle is the same as the soul of two."
  • early Did you expect it so early as this?
  • ease "It would be prudent to load our guns with ball," said Guy; "the fellows won't know that we suspect them, and may think that they can stick us up with perfect ease ."
  • eased The ride through the park cooled her blood and eased her headache.
  • easel "Jack Easel on the Continent" and "The Royal Academy Exhibition" were the subjects of many of them, and their note was lively enough to cause his papers to be looked forward to by Punch's readers.
  • easily "I'll risk your hate, my dear," he laughed easily .
  • easy It's easy enough for you-you don't believe in her."
  • isle Mr. Bruce did not settle for the spring fishing when he came to Fair Isle in summer; but only up to the end of the year.
  • measly Measly or not, it's good, honest American dough that lets us live a little decently-and the least you could do is give me warm coffee in the morning!"
  • paisley The Regent replied as became her, and Glencairn, with Erskine of Dun, wrecked the rich abbey of Paisley .
  • parsley The other foods which may play this kind of trick with the stomachs of certain persons are oranges, bananas, melons, clams, lobsters, oysters, cheese, sage, and parsley , and occasionally, but very rarely, eggs and mutton.
  • wesley Mrs. Wesley recognised him at once as the old gentleman who had stood beside her that morning and watched the fight.
  • Ashley Ashley, you ought to be triumphant-" "Wonderfully like-Miss Schley," added Lady Holme, cutting gently through Mrs. Wolfstein's rather noisy outburst.
  • Beasley But he ran back always into the path of the fire, for those other men, the old M'sieur Beasley and the others, were closing behind him and the fire.
  • Earle Indeed, she had said as much to Richenda Earle only the night before.
  • Lesley It was Marian Lesley who asked the question.
  • eases Warwicke, about Tangier business, and in my way met with Mr. Moore, who eases me in one point wherein I was troubled; which was, that I heard of nothing said or done by my Lord Sandwich: but he tells me that Mr. Cowling, my Lord Chamberlain's secretary, did hear the King say that my Lord Sandwich had done nobly and worthily.
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  • easels Then, to study the effect from different angles, he went behind the easels , passing from one to another.
  • easier 9607. But would they not get their credit much easier from the merchant who is to receive their fish?

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