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- called 5197. It has been said that that book is called the women's book: is that so?
- claret Then, I don't smoke strong perfectos, especially in the morning, and I have a drink of claret perhaps once a week."
- colored Anne colored, laughed a little and then said frankly, "Yes, I was afraid you wouldn't look at the matter in the same light.
- flared The girl flared up still more at this; she retorted: "Well, that ain't your fault, Jack Rance!"
- galled She told me of their happy married life that followed, but that my father was ambitious, and the consciousness of poverty and the fact that he could not provide for her as he wished galled him.
- galore These are men with red blood in their veins, Hence wine were fitting bev'rage for their needs, With cigarettes and black cigars galore, For we may lengthen speech till morning's sun Shall bid the anxious night give place to day.
- garret "We found all those costumes up in the garret in the old cedar chest.
- geared They weren't geared to stop suits, and they hadn't come anywhere near her.
- glare Here he got down, and examined the black ruins with his hands in his pockets and his shoulders very square and a fixed glare of mingled rage and exultation.
- glazed The stage lacked interest; the wings were empty; the long, glazed corridor conveyed a mute reproach.
- glued Her eyes were glued to the glasses.
- Blared Heard she reproach, his victories blared response; His victories bent the Critic to acclaim, As with fresh blows upon a ringing sconce.
- Cared I should then find out if any one of them cared for me-for myself.
- Glared Hilton sat up, and glared at his friend.
- Gloried Through her efforts alone the man would be captured, and she gloried in the thought.
- Gored Oh, I was afraid-he'd been gored by a steer."
- Gulled Oh, ye Romans, she screeched vehemently, are ye not fools to be gulled by a babe with her mother's milk-and curses that it fed her-scarcely dry on her living lips?
- Jarred There were certainly respects in which his manner would once have jarred upon her.
- Jared "And now," said Jared, "I will go and see Dr. Gowdy."
- Glares What they did notice, as soon as the battle cleared and they had time to look into the darkness in front of them, was a succession of brilliant glares from some position just hidden by the slope of the hill.