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  • am a quandary
  • dis improves
  • Dundee
  • endear The fact is, that driver was charming, a man of sense and intelligence, who reflected credit even upon his brother and his brother's horse: one of those perfect Italian temperaments which endear their possessors to the head and heart, so that you wonder, at parting, how you are going to live without them.
  • gander "It is not your quill," said the blue gander.
  • Ind The following statement appeared in a newspaper of a recent date: "A corporation of women has been formed in Indianapolis, Ind.
  • INDY
  • inert How do you think I am looking, Harry, compared to the dull, inert thing that used to roll round in your padded carriages?
  • maunder I maunder sadly to and fro- I who was once so jolly!
  • mender He made one think of a road-mender or a rural postman.
  • pander So why be illogical and pander to false sentiment?
  • punter The first and the smaller is that all he has got to attend to is not to deal wrongly, which is a very small matter to an habitual player; and all the time the punter has to rack his brains on the chances of one card or another coming out.
  • sander If Mr. Sander knew more he did not take me further into his confidence.
  • sounder In this sounder class of Roman society, it will be found that the saving or renovating power was, not so much any religious or philosophic impulse, as the wholesome influence, which never fails from age to age, of family duty and affection, reinforced, especially in the higher ranks, by a long tradition of Roman dignity and self-respect, and by the simple cleanness and the pieties of country life.
  • sunder They had learnt that life was as nothing to either of them without the other, and their hearts meseemed were henceforth as closely knit as two streams which flow together to make one river, and whose waters no power on earth can ever sunder.
  • tinder Satisfied that the skin cloak was extended in the proper direction, the Coromantee next took up his reflector-lamp; and having attached it against that side of the kaross facing towards the mountains, he took out his flint, steel, and tinder, and, after striking a light, set the wick on fire.
  • undo It would undo nothing, and change nothing.
  • Wounder
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