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  • ail Oh, how many notes there is in this strong, ail-pervadin' anthem!
  • bail The information of my being concerned in the affair at the Salon had been communicated to the authorities, and the Commissaire had orders to obtain bail for my appearance at the Tribunal de Justice, on that day week, or commit me at once to prison.
  • fail "Return to him," she said, "and do all you can to please him; he cannot fail to love you."
  • gael I'm awful ignorant, Mr. Gael.
  • gaily She nodded gaily at Cornish.
  • gain There was the length of a spearcast between them: but they did not gain upon him and he did not gain upon them.
  • gait He promised, and the two departed together, the gait and manner of Fenwick giving rise to no immediate apprehension.
  • gal "Going silly after a fellow like that, who's for ever hanging about after Denville's gal.
  • gall "On this subject I have made," says Gall, "the following observations: I have often spoken intentionally of things which might interest my dog, avoiding the mention of his name, and not letting any gesture escape me which would be likely to arouse his attention.
  • gaul At night they were still guarded, but they were otherwise allowed much liberty, and when they stopped for two or three days at a place they were free to wander about as they chose, their great stature, fair hair, and blue eyes exciting more and more surprise as they went farther south, where the natives were much shorter and swarthier than those of northern Gaul.
  • grail Even through all those years of misery and wandering, he had not once admitted to himself the true nature of this fog-cottoned grail.
  • hail "It certainly is coming down," he said as he heard hail beat against the windows.
  • jail The wagon drove to the city jail; which rather gave me a start, because I had been thinking that the party might be arrested at any minute, on complaint to the police from the church.
  • mail But I can't mail direct, or she'll know where I am, see?
  • nail The Get-Away After you have driven the nail home make your get-away.
  • pail She milked, with Davey on her knees and the dog crouched beside her; then, with the child on one arm and the milk pail on the other, she went towards the house again.
  • rail She put down her tea-cup, lit a cigarette, and drew her chair to the rail of the balcony.
  • sail We have a sail."
  • tail And his cat came running, and she ran ahead, with her bushy tail sticking straight up in the air.
  • wail Then he screamed-a high scream, like Horng's, and as loud as he could make it, a wail, a cry of anguish and terror and pain.
  • Gail If I know Gail, she'll look like a Christmas tree.
  • Gil The plot is borrowed from a story in the celebrated romance of Gil Blas: The fable is very interesting, the characters are few, but active; and the attention in this play is never suffered to wander.
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