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- abed Some of the Arabs try to be kind, and send cooked food every day: Abed is the chief donor.
- abide You must wash yourself well, and dress yourself nicely, and brush your hair, for I know your aunt can't abide to see slovenly children. In our hearts a love song will abide Makes no difference what the time or tide... – Time Nor Tide by hank locklin
- forbid Very well, do you want to forbid my acting up to mine?
- ibis Strefford, coming back one evening from the Lido, reported having recognized the huge outline of the Ibis among the pleasure craft of the outer harbour; and the very next evening, as the guests of Palazzo Vanderlyn were sipping their ices at Florian's, the Hickses loomed up across the Piazza.
- morbid Much of this curiosity was morbid and led nowhere: but a great deal of it led large numbers of people very far indeed.
- turbid Nothing over-head gave traces of the recent storm; but on looking from my window, I beheld sad ravage among the shrubs and flowers; the garden-walks had formed the channels for little torrents; trees were lopped of their branches; and a small silver stream that wound through the park, and ran at the bottom of the lawn, had swelled into a turbid yellow sheet of water.