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  • crecy The truth was, that, in going to Crecy, on an insupportably hot day, they both wished to sit alone, that they might be cooler; and as to the matter of the cherries, the villagers having brought them some, they ate them to refresh themselves, while the horses were changed; and the Marechal emptied her pocket-handkerchief, into which they had both thrown the cherry-stones, out of the carriage window.
  • grace Of education all the grace, Which makes her both the heart and place – Pericles, Prince of Tyre: Act III, scene IV by Unknown Author
  • graze As the deer breaks -- as the steer breaks -- from the herd where they graze, In the faith of little children we went on our ways. – The Song Of The Dead by Rudyard Kipling
  • grease I look like a painter, behind all the grease Paintings creating, and I'm just erasing Crystal clear canvas is my masterpiece – When I Fall by barenaked ladies
  • greaser
  • grebe
  • greece Goethe in Weimar sleeps, and Greece, Long since, saw Byron's struggle cease. – Memorial Verses: April 1850 by Matthew Arnold
  • greed And because of his greed We're a vanishing breed – Cowboys Of The Sea by Bruce Springsteen
  • greek Hebrew, Roman, and Greek-- In each one's tongue I speak, – At His Execution by Rudyard Kipling
  • greeley
  • green Sweet Cytherea, sitting by a brook With young Adonis, lovely, fresh, and green, Did court the lad with many a lovely look, Such looks as none could look but beauty's queen. – Miscellaneous: Poem IV. by Unknown Author
  • greene
  • greens "From when she gamboll'd on the greens A baby-germ, to when The maiden blossoms of her teens Could number five from ten. – The Talking Oak by alfred, lord tennyson
  • greet "I have no gifts but Love alone for bringing." Say that we be a feeble folk who greet her, But old in grief, and very wise in tears; Say that we, being desolate, entreat her – The Song of the Women by Rudyard Kipling
  • greeter
  • grocer She take a (?) at the local grocer I've got a friend I think he knows her – New Dream by dramarama
  • recce
  • Geese And if you have two goose, that makes one geese. A pair of mouse is mice. A pair of moose is meese. – One Hippopotami by Allan Sherman
  • Gracie
  • Crees A couple of Sarcee chaps, I see, too, some Piegans and Bloods; the rest are Crees and Assiniboines.
  • Greer He felt strange and dizzy, and at first fancied it was because of the resolution that had taken possession of him-the resolution to return to Greer County and give himself up.
  • Reese Reese, the Court, in 1875, declared void two sections of the law of 1870 "because they did not strictly limit Federal jurisdiction for protection of the right to vote to cases where the right was denied by a state," but extended it to denials by private parties.
  • greets Inger greets her from the first with some ill-will; be it what it may, there is something that makes Inger look on her as an enemy.
  • greener Up on the hill you'll see a round ring with grass greener than anywhere else, and that is where the small people used to dance.
  • Greeks Following up their supremacy on the sea, the Knights continued to fight the Turks and Greeks, wherever found, until at last scarcely a vessel bearing the flag of either of them dared to venture out of port.
  • Greys
  • abstract principles
  • am carried
  • am carried along
  • am distributed
  • automatized
  • being case
  • being casualty
  • being caught short
  • being dressed in
  • gives tumble
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