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  • are convenient
  • at halfway point
  • attending physicians
  • boards His pipe lay with its scattered ashes on the boards, and his head was bent forward, as though listening.
  • cards "A straight," was Lionel's answer, as he showed his cards.
  • cords But pity swallowed up every other feeling as she cut the cords from his hands and loosened the rope that they had bound in between his teeth.
  • draw blood
  • GADS The surprize at Gads-Hill might have betrayed a hero into flight, and the encounter with Douglas left him no choice but death or stratagem.
  • gentle as lamb
  • get one fingers on
  • gets one's nerves
  • gets out the way
  • girds The boy girds up his loins and he goes whither he will.
  • give comeuppance
  • give courage
  • give credence to
  • goads The thirst for excitement, the goads of ambition, the irresistible claims which the world urges upon genius, return.
  • Goats Novelists, as a rule, only depict the full-blown villain or traitor, their virtuous and wicked people being separated from each other by a hard and fast line much like the goats and sheep.
  • GODS Gods and fairies are spiritual beings; hence only the spiritual part of man can be delivered over to them.
  • goods As long as you deliver the goods, that's all I ask.
  • gourds Then we can eat figs and big gourds which grow on the trees, and Kali will catch fish.
  • Guards He guards himself against this.
  • hoards And now I am so puffed up with joy and pride that I am going still further to despise my wealth-my hoards and vast accumulations; and on Monday, if I can, I am going to get you that eleven hundred pounds, just as sure as ever was-" "Maurice-you have to think of Francie," Lionel said, in his husky, low voice.
  • inquired in to