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- cords "But the potatoes were not done," Tavia reminded her, "and we never could have left without eating them after carrying cords and cords of wood to the oven."
- goddess It may after this seem extraordinary, that she should ever be esteemed the Goddess of corn.
- goods He got five, for five or six dollars each in goods.
- gorgeous The bus was a thing of heroism and gorgeous ruin.
- grouse While Fleetfoot was telling his story, Willow-grouse listened with sparkling eyes.
- odious "Come and tell me what occurs at the Chamber in consequence of that odious article of Sagnier's.
- Guards When he went out with the Home Guards, he had no idea of getting near Morgan; he would look out for that.
- Gordon Colonel and Mrs. Crawley, Major and Mrs. Wilmot; Captain Gordon, Mr. Brand, G., and myself.
- cordons A subscription costs money, to be sure, but the cuisine is of the best, and the system has this advantage, that it, does away with the pestering race of the cordons-bleus.
- girders He had just brought down a wounded man, and was stopping a while in a wayside dressing-station, where there was a friendly and lonely doctor, who offered the hospitality of his sand-bags and steel girders to any passer-by, and said "Stay a bit longer" when bits of shell could be heard whining outside.
- gourds Load the spare chambers of your carbines, and see that your water-gourds are full."
- goads "When people talk like that, it goads me up to almost anything.
- girds At our debating clubs and other places of public discussion, the demon of prejudice girds himself for the battle, the moment negro colleges and high schools are alluded to.
- GADS He just gads from one dance to another, all over the county, and he's taken to calling on the town girls.
- GODS I called all kinds of gods, but could not run.
- GOLDS We are going to have a sea-horse painted on red bunting, in tawny colors, golds and browns; and Mr. Daymond thinks he shall make one for their gondola on a dark blue ground.
- CODS The seed is contained in long, sharp-pointed cods, or seed-vessels, like unto the seed of yellow henbane, but somewhat smaller, and browner of color.