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  • all Then to the things whose bliss or woe, Like mine, is wild and worthless all, That world resign---such scenes forego, Where those who feel must surely fall. – Remember Him, Whom Passion's Power by george gordon, lord byron
  • allay King tried to allay his fears, and assured him that if once they reached Gravesend, he would hazard his life to get to Tilbury.
  • alley Keep close to the wall, and there will be shelter enough both for us and thee," said my father, as he pulled my little hand-carriage into the alley, under cover, from the pelting rain.
  • alloy So quickly read I, and such little heed I paid to little words which might alloy, Perchance, the whole, that I must read anew, Those words, and know my rendering is true.
  • ally But then, it was a good thing to do, and the head master generally considered him as his best ally.
  • away Let me go away!
  • earl I named the whole group the Sandwich Islands, in honour of the Earl of Sandwich.
  • early No: it's too early.
  • ell She had, at various points in her childhood, personally supervised the addition of the ell and of the broad porch which ran round three sides of the house, the transformation of an upstairs bedroom into a regular bathroom with all the pleasing luxuries of modern plumbing, the installation of hardwood floors into the "front" and "back" parlours.
  • equally And, equally, he was indifferent to it.
  • evilly He tore it open, and a blaze of blood-red light glinted at him evilly where a ruby caught the flame of the torch that Sookdee had thrown to the earth floor as he fled.
  • ideally In this case there would have been nothing ideally great in the conception of Khufu-he would simply have happened to erect the biggest pyramid because he happened to have the longest reign; but, except in the case of the "Third Pyramid," there is a unity of design in the structures which implies that the architect had conceived the whole structure in his mind from the first.
  • orally It presupposes a previous narrative which had been orally delivered to the Corinthians, and, as the Apostle alleges, was derived by him from Christ Himself.
  • seawall Quartermaster Renwick survived the loss of his leg, and he used to relate the story of how and where he lost it to the youngsters who would gather about his favorite bench fronting the Battery seawall.
  • valley "I don't wonder that Rasselas wanted to get out of the Happy Valley and see the world for himself.
  • wail And the child went off in another wail, at which moment the Bishop perceived Meynell.
  • wale
  • wall
  • wallah
  • waller
  • wallow
  • wally
  • waylay
  • weal
  • weill
  • well
  • wholly
  • will
  • wily
  • woolly
  • We'll
  • Willy
  • Ella
  • Eloy
  • anally
  • am a matter of
  • am suitable
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