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  • bald With his cap off, his bald head looked as though it, too, had been polished.
  • bold Might I be so bold as to ask the reason?
  • child "My poor child, what are you thinking of?
  • cold She had been so quiet, so cold and still.
  • ed Hazlitt, London, 1868. Also Ed.
  • eel Like an eel, rather than a man, Charlie cleft the foam close behind her, caught her by the skirt and bore her to the surface, when a few strokes of his free arm brought him close under the lee of the wreck just in time to prevent the agonised father from leaping after his child.
  • elf Without more delay, In the Hamilton way He English'd whatever the Elf had to say.
  • elk How they stalked deer and elk, crept to within springing distance, then crouched flat to leap, was as easy to read as if it had been told in print.
  • ell I do not measure time with the ell of Brabant or of Hamburg, and I need no priest to promise me a second life, for I can live enough in this life, when I live backwards in the life of those who have gone before me, and win myself an eternity in the realm of the past.
  • elm While Youghal was putting Joyeuse through his paces under the elm trees of the Row a little drama in which he was directly interested was being played out not many hundred yards away.
  • end It must end some day."
  • enid "We've had so many wonderful experiences this summer that it seems as if there couldn't be any more adventures left," mused Enid.
  • eyed
  • fold
  • geld
  • gild
  • gold
  • held
  • hold
  • lld
  • meld
  • mild
  • mold
  • old
  • sold
  • veld
  • weld
  • wild
  • wold
  • Egad "Egad," thought Scully, "I recollect when she would dance down a matter of five-and-forty couple, and jingle away at the 'Battle of Prague' all day."
  • Eked On the other side of it lay Rathole, a little settlement that eked a precarious living from the Venerian vegetation.
  • Told
  • Wald
  • ETD
  • Eli But Eli wanted no more grasps of good fellowship.
  • Ella "I shall write to Ella soon.
  • Eula
  • Eels His wife, amazed to see them coming into her house with all this food, would have stopped them, but they slipped between her hands like eels, and went into the kitchen, walking straight and silently.
  • ells Herodotus tells us that the river must rise sixteen ells for the inundation to be considered a favourable one. If it remained below this mark, the higher fields failed in obtaining a due supply of water, and a dearth was the result.
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