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  • aim The two shots came almost together, but the sheriff was already falling when he pulled his trigger, and his aim was wild. Ambition, glory, love, the common aim That some can conquer, and that all would claim, – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
  • alum One of these mordants, alum, is a native product, and was probably known in very early times.
  • arum
  • baum H. M. Baum, who has traveled all over the southwest and visited every large ruin in the country, considers that Canon de Chelly and its branch, del Muerto, is the most interesting prehistoric locality in the United States.
  • bum "Yes, man descended the worthless bum But my god, brothers from us he did not come" – The Monkey by manu chao
  • chum Now is our time, Chum!
  • diam
  • dim With beaded bubbles winking at the brim, And purple-stained mouth; That I might drink, and leave the world unseen, And with thee fade away into the forest dim: – Ode To A Nightingale by John Keats
  • firm Humanity's rapaciousness is firm "The competitive edge" is now a mass psychosis A dementia with which we must come to term An instinctive trait of action is this crippling malefaction – Older Than Time Itself by dark angel
  • gum The golden pomp is come; For now each tree does wear, Made of her pap and gum, Rich beads of amber here. – TO LIVE MERRILY,AND TO TRUST TO GOOD VERSES by Robert Herrick
  • hum And everything started to hum Still it's a real good bet The best is yet to come – The Best Is Yet to Come by Michael Buble
  • icu
  • idiom
  • ii
  • iii
  • ileum
  • ilium
  • imam
  • iou
  • ism
  • item Item, Duke Bogislaus, who had presented her Grace with a tame sea-gull.
  • iud
  • mum "If you please, mum," she objected, "it ain't about the wash.
  • odium In our own country, a peculiar odium is attached to the latter term.
  • opium He showed that the case had contained a small crystal receptacle, intended to hold opium.
  • ovum Germ-cells are potential samples of the organisation which is expressed in the parent, but Spencer did not advance to the more distinctively modern position which recognises that they are separated off rather from the fertilised ovum which gave rise to the parent's body than from that body itself.
  • rim Now the red sun, pushing above the ocean's leaden rim, flung its crimson net across the water.
  • rum Once it is so much as suspected that I am not as well off as I was-" "That you are an utter beggar-I mean a rum beggar."
  • siam Burma and Siam have repeatedly recognized Ceylon as a sort of metropolitan see and on the other hand when religion in Ceylon fell on evil days the clergy were recruited from Burma and Siam.
  • sum Don't say anything while I do the sum.
  • tum
  • vim
  • Fum
  • Him
  • Idem
  • I'm
  • Jim
  • Kim
  • Tim
  • UM
  • IBM
  • YUM
  • DIEM
  • IMUS
  • superstratums
  • superstructed
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