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  • bared Then, taking his leave with bared head, there in the moonlight on the steps of the Jumel mansion, he dropped lightly to one knee and raised Betty's hand to his lips.
  • bored But after that, though she never took her eyes off the pictures, she said so little that I was afraid she was bored.
  • brad It's a first-rate idea, Brad.
  • bread And the same thing is true of bread.
  • breed And that exchange showed these two of the same breed and sure of each other.
  • byrd Mr. Byrd, who was not very well pleased with himself or the way he had managed this interview, watched her till she was out of sight, and then turned thoughtfully toward the court-house.
  • harried Burris came through the doorway without warning, his countenance that of a harried and unhappy man.
  • hatred Sooner, far sooner, would I die, than yield to your wishes; for each word you have spoken has but increased the hatred and contempt I have from the first felt for you."
  • hebrew Hebrew word at p.
  • herod He tried to see Jesus, but the One who had come to preach the gospel to the poor had no time to give to Herod.
  • hired Generally these small boats belong to the men themselves; the large boats are hired from Messrs.
  • hurried Off she hurried to the place where she expected to find her dinner, but none was there.
  • hybrid A smile of triumph lit the dark features of the hybrid.
  • Bred And they say when he first came to Hurlston, he seemed to know this coast as well as if he had been born and bred here, though he told people that chance brought him to the place, and that he had never set eyes on it before."
  • Bret He was a humorist as delicate and fanciful as Artemus Ward, Mark Twain, Bill Nye, James Whitcomb Riley, Opie Read, or Bret Harte in their happiest moods.
  • Haired A dark-haired woman smiled from behind the desk, then got up and came around.
  • Harbored Soon they also discovered in the rocky wall a kind of shallow cave or, rather, a broad niche, in which people could easily be harbored and, in case of a great downpour, could find shelter.
  • Hubert Now, when he dined out, Hubert often found that women next him would ask if he was "the author."
  • Hebert Hebert, in the guard-room, owned to his doubts.
  • Hybrids Yet there is reason enough for calling them hybrids.
  • hared
  • harboured Though this served in some measure to compose the minds of the refugees, yet while the people harboured prejudices against them the relief was only partial; and, at the next election of members to serve in assembly, Craven county, in which they lived, was not allowed a single representative.
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