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  • encore At the end of the encore, according to Harry's instructions, Barnaby leaned over and kissed his Polly on the mouth. If you give me a clap, I'm gonna give an encore Don't want it to end, I wanna skank some more – Orange County Girl by Gwen Stefani
  • enquirer The facts that, at the time, even the Enquirer acquitted Marshall of any knowledge that Burr was to be present; that the prudence of the Chief Justice was admitted by his bitterest enemies; that so gross an indiscretion would have been obvious to the most reckless; that Marshall, of all men, would not have embarrassed himself in such fashion, particularly at a time when public suspicion was so keen and excitement so intense-render it most improbable that he knew that Burr was to be at the Wickham dinner.
  • incur I therefore shall not doubt this prodigy, equally well authenticated, lest I incur the excommunication of the good people of Sockna.
  • injure To consult her would be, perhaps, to injure her.
  • injury Though I have no intent to leave you, as I am with child, if they should try to force me away without my consent, I may receive some injury, to the danger of my own life, or at least of the child's."
  • inquire Argutis, who had come to inquire for his young mistress, was to be her escort and to bring her back early next morning to the same entrance.
  • inquirer He can imagine, as one such inquirer has said, how the magic of His presence was so great-the magic of His simple yet perfect humanity-that the blind opened their eyes to see the beauty of His face and the deaf their ears to hear Him.
  • inquiry Upon inquiry I found myself thirty-five miles from my master's.
  • insure Naturally, however, he declined to be responsible for their safety, and Horace at once attempted to insure their lives.
  • inure
  • Incurred By these acts, though he provided for his future security, yet for the present he so much incurred the hatred of the people, that scarcely ever any one came to the empire with a more odious character, or more universally disliked.
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  • incurs In most criminals, however abandoned, there are touches of humanity,-relics of virtue; and the true delineator of mankind often incurs the taunt of bad hearts and dull minds, for showing that even the worst alloy has some particles of gold, and even the best that come stamped from the mint of Nature have some adulteration of the dross.
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