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  • assay "The only occasion," he continues, "on which the sage of Barge Yard was able to render any real service to humanity was when he was engaged by the directors of a Company for working certain gold mines in Devonshire which were being greatly boomed, and to which the public was subscribing heavily, to go down to Devonshire to assay the ore.
  • ease Besides, it was best for Bradshaw, as was shown by the greater ease with which he went on speaking, and began telling the Professor all about it.
  • easy It's easy enough to say that!
  • es I knocked at the door, and, being admitted by a neat-looking woman in a high cap, was ushered into a room, where I found Monsieur Jules Pontet, the mayor, seated, with number of papers before him.
  • esau Esau as well as Jacob was a child of Isaac, but Jacob was selected.
  • ese Ob-ese means having eaten too much.
  • espy No misfortune but has its horizon, no sadness but shall know comfort, for the man who in the midst of his suffering, in the midst of the grief that must come to him as to all, has learned to espy Nature's ample gesture beneath all sorrow and suffering, and has become aware that this gesture alone is real.
  • essay She could not believe it possible that any girl would be generous enough to keep to herself such a matter as that of the essay -copying.
  • isaac My son, Isaac , now in Chicago, and twenty-one years of age, told me he had counted fifty new vests in one pile, and he had as many pants and coats, and overcoats, and almost every thing else, of men's wearing apparel, in like ratio.
  • isaiah No literature shows us such courageous types as Amos and Isaiah .
  • say 2049. What did he say ?
  • Essays A collection of Essays , Letters, and Tractates from "Writings of Rev.
  • Saar Napoleon saw that a Prussian force was gathering on the Middle Rhine which it would be madness to leave on his flank; he ordered his own commanders to operate on the corresponding line of the Lauter and the Saar , and despatched isolated divisions to the very frontier, still uncertain whether even in this direction he would be able to act on the offensive, or whether nothing now remained to him but to resist the invasion of France by a superior enemy.
  • EBAY Yesterday, I gave my heart away. By the middle of the day, You could search for a sucker And buy it now on ebay. – Love Sick Stomach Ache (Sugar Coated Accident) by bowling for soup
  • EARS Begin to charm, and as thou strok'st mine ears With thine enchantment, melt me into tears. – TO MUSIC by Robert Herrick
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17 words made from the letters ESAAY