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- crowing Through the clear morning air I could hear the roosters crowing vaingloriously from the barnyard, and the robins were singing, and occasionally from the distant road I heard the rumble of a wagon.
- going What are we going to find?
- goring Lastly, he went to live at a house called Sea View, at Goring, where he died.
- gown He sprang out of bed and reached for his dressing-gown, astonished at his own good spirits.
- growing He knew that, knew it was a state of mind that was growing upon him.
- owing But, owing to my position, I cannot very well call on you again.
- rowing On the instant, the King had leaped into a boat, and, rowing into the lake, had got the sword and brought it back to land.
- wing Cutter brought her here, and the north wing of the house was fitted up for her.
- Cawing They scattered in all directions, like a flock of cawing jackdaws that fly a little way in tremendous haste, and then settle again at a distance and caw louder than before.
- Jawing What are, you jawing about?
- Lowing Lowing of cattle and peals of laughter were heard in the farm-yard, Echoed back by the barns.
- Mowing Upon reaching Jenne, Don Clemente had immediately joined Benedetto in the small field he was mowing.
- Towing A few minutes later he emerged dripping from the water, towing a large bundle to the safety of the bank.
- Vowing Of all the actions of private life, there is not one so solemn as that of vowing perpetual love: yet the heedless levity with which it is daily performed, proves that there is scarcely one on which less serious reflection is bestowed.
- Cowing Indeed overwork and ill-usage have upon children the markedly demoralizing effect of cowing them permanently, so that in oppressing a child you do more than deprive him of his childhood, you weaken what ought to be the backbone of his maturity.
- Sowing There is, however, no certainty of knowing this, unless by sowing the seed from the earliest sorts, as is the practice of the London kitchen gardeners.
- Gwen Gwen came forward and took hold of her mother's skirt, looking up anxiously.