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  • Encored This picture of a mother of the wilderness was loudly encored, as it was significant of the hardy courage displayed by the women of those early days.
  • ignored When Howard looked toward Helen she ignored him.
  • inbred It was my endeavor by every means to excite a spirit in the House, where I had the honor of a seat, for carrying on with early vigor and decision the most clearly just and necessary war that this or any nation ever carried on, in order to save my country from the iron yoke of its power, and from the more dreadful contagion of its principles,-to preserve, while they can be preserved, pure and untainted, the ancient, inbred integrity, piety, good-nature, and good-humor of the people of England, from the dreadful pestilence which, beginning in France, threatens to lay waste the whole moral and in a great degree the whole physical world, having done both in the focus of its most intense malignity.
  • Inbreed
  • Inhered
  • injured It seemed to be Mrs. Anderson's conviction that Jim had been shot, or injured by accident in gun-training, or at least by a horse.
  • inroad It was not so to be; the moaning ceased not, but toward evening it died away to sighing, continual and profound-nature's protest against a burden too heavy to be borne, or the slow inroad of death-dealing poison.
  • insured Nevertheless, I presumed to suggest that it would have been wiser to have begun with the baby: if he could frighten that into fits, his rapid promotion must have been insured.
  • inure Remember I joined the Army to serve my country and inure that you are free to do what you want and to live your lives freely.
  • inured How fearful then ought we to be of engaging in what hath so natural a tendency to lessen our humanity, and of suffering ourselves to be inured to the exercise of hard and cruel measures, lest thereby in any degree we lose our tender and feeling sense of the miseries of our fellow-creatures, and become worse than those who have not believed.
  • ironed On Saturday these should be ironed, and everything, so far as possible, made ready for Sunday.
  • NORAD
  • Snored But Ramiro snored on, and I was reassured.
  • unread Great libraries are of but little value if unread, and amid great profusion of books the temptation is to read but little.
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