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  • coast Behind the house, and in easy view from the windows on either side, are the Coast Mountains, or rather hills.
  • costs It costs $2.50 to furnish a child with eyeglasses.
  • groats On the plains there stood besides in the neighbourhood of the cabins large mortars, by which the grain was reduced to groats .
  • Gases Many of these wells contain harmful gases which have proved fatal to those entering them.
  • Castes The military castes have been supported in Europe by putting the spell of old traditions upon simple peoples.
  • Gaits Indeed his gaits were so smooth that you might easily go to sleep on him.
  • Goats It may be carried in this manner, not alone from cattle to cattle, but horses, sheep, goats, and man may readily contract the disease whenever suitable conditions attend their inoculation.
  • casts Then he casts a critical glance over his friend's figure.
  • ghosts And their ghosts remained dear.
  • coats They won't put so much oil in the second and third coats ."
  • boasts The man who boasts of possessing common sense, altho preserving his personality, ought not to fail, if he wants to succeed, to reflect that of the person whom he wishes to aid him in succeeding.
  • gloats He gloats over New Harmony as the very Mecca of his devotion.
  • gusts Behind that barrage went over the light-infantry battalions, and immediately they came under gusts of machine-gun fire from the blockhouses which still stood intact.
  • roasts They are just coming into fashion for roasts , and Fox is so plump."
  • toasts With Mr. Burnand in the chair, the members of the Staff seated as represented in Mr. Sambourne's well-known drawing of "The Mahogany Tree," with Mr. W. H. Bradbury and Sir William Agnew at one end of the table, with toasts to Mr. Punch himself, to Sir John Tenniel, to Mr. Burnand, and to the proprietors, the enthusiasm "first grew warm and then grew hot;" and when a presentation of a silver cigar-box had been made to the Editor, it was duly resolved to meet again, the same company in the same place, fifty years hence!
  • coasts The evenings were shorter now, for July was drawing to a close, and the summer is brief on these coasts .
  • joists And so startling was its effect that she lost her balance, and must have taken an undignified fall between the joists , had not a pair of strong hands been thrust out to save her.
  • egoists Like most egoists addicted to women, he had not many friends.
  • goads The mighty bird of sky minutest grains On ground perceived; in heaven but rays or rains; In humankind diversities of masks, For rule of men the choice of bait or goads .
  • guests But you haven't any guests yet."
  • jousts It was said that the dark-blue sleeve of a woman's robe which he wore on his helmet in the jousts belonged to the Countess von Montfort.
  • coasters Few coasters were at sea in these months of wild weather, and there was nothing moving on the quay.

38 words made from the letters GOASTS