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  • inch They were half an inch thick when the Earl's sleep began.
  • Benches They were both fastened under a shed, where different fishing implements were lying under some benches.
  • Inched Another hour inched by.
  • Ines But the tents of the U.S. Marines, in camp a little distance down the beach, gave him courage.
  • Finches This migration of the finches from the hedgerows out into the fields, and their coming back, is very striking.
  • cinches He drew the tugs stiffly over the Lady's back, unloosed the cinches of the saddle, pushed it off the horse and, sinking into the snow behind her, struck with his free arm at her feet.
  • bunches On stormy days the birds, instead of resting on the shoals, light near some lonely part of the beach and, after watching carefully for an hour or two, to be sure that no danger is near, swim ashore and collect in great bunches in some sheltered spot under a bank.
  • niches Standing motionless thus, beautiful in form and colour, they looked like sculptured figures of gulls, set up on the projections against the rough dark wall of rock, just as sculptured figures of angels and saintly men and women are placed in niches on a cathedral front.
  • inches "Another couple of inches, and it's all over!
  • punches In these days, when art editors think that any picture reduced to size will make an "illustration," it is pleasant to take down our old Punches.
  • ranches I'm goin' to save most of the wheat on my ranches.
  • hunches "Oh, Pinto is away off on his hunches.
  • lunches They gave him an advance so that he could buy this clothing, rent out a cheap room, and not fast when it came to purchasing his lunches.
  • inns Sir Arthur took over his own carriage; otherwise this first of inns in the universe would not have furnished him with one, but on condition of its being purchased.
  • itches If your foot itches, you will walk on strange ground.
  • lynches He was not a native of the Vale, coming from the Lynches, a hilly district to the north of Evesham.
  • munches
  • pinches He went jauntily down to the parade, and exchanged pinches of snuff with old Lord Carboro', who looked after him and muttered, "Fashionable fool!
  • wenches And, truly, well I remember how that one night, coming to the hedge-gap, I saw two country-maids come thence out from the woods of Sir Jarles'; but they were naught to me, and I would have gone upward through the gap, as ever; only that, as they passed me, they curtseyed somewhat over-graceful for rough wenches.
  • winches