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  • encore "Je ne suis qu'au printemps-je veux voir la moisson; Et comme le soleil, de saison en saison, Je veux achever mon annee, Brillante sur ma tige, et l'honneur du jardin Je n'ai vu luire encore que les feux du matin, Je veux achever ma journee!" This LBC let me tell you what's in store We'll play all night if you scream encore – LBC by Lucky Boys Confusion
  • incur Besides, an administration which seemed niggardly in its attitude toward the veterans was certain to lose the soldier vote, and neither party was willing to incur such a risk.
  • injure Montluc, being shown the letter, instantly insisted that it was a forgery, designed to injure his master the duke.
  • injured Where's Mellefont, my poor injured nephew?
  • injury "I am very sorry to hear of your injury," he said to the young officer.
  • inquire Nor had there been any need to inquire.
  • inquirer "Oh, bravely," replied he, handing a piece of blue paper to the inquirer, "bravely; look at that!"
  • insecure During the truce they would object to the furnishing of necessary contributions for garrison expenses, and the result would be that the most important cities and strongholds, especially those on the frontier, which were mainly inhabited by Catholics, would become insecure.
  • insure There should be work enough to insure ease and comfort, and every one should work freely and gladly.
  • inure
  • sinecure It is not a sinecure to be the nouveau.
  • uncured
  • Incurred I believe our Government pays no hospitality bills except those incurred by the navy.
  • Injurer
  • incurs The amount, even if all the injured were included, would not be great; and, on future emergencies, the Government would be amply repaid by the influence of an example, that he who incurs a loss in its defence, shall find a recompense in its liberality.
  • injures
  • taking break
  • taking breath away