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  • band The young girls formed, indeed, the majority of the band, and their heads of luxuriant hair reflected in the sunshine every tone of gold, and black, and brown. McNamara's band The fattest lady in the land – Museum Song by Unknown Author
  • bend They got out of hand-it was a nasty gorge with a bend in it where you turn on to the bridge. Must learn how to bend Seek out a star Hold on to the end – If We Hold on Together by Diana Ross
  • candy Well if you break up all the candy Gently slip it within my brandy – Weaknesses by blue october
  • cant
  • end There, there's an end to it."
  • fend
  • gent Maybe she'd suspicioned, anyway; but the last I saw of her she was slumpin' into the arms of a white-haired old gent behind her.
  • giant
  • gland
  • gonad
  • grand
  • hand
  • jan
  • jaunt
  • jean
  • jennet
  • jenny
  • joined
  • kant
  • kent
  • kind
  • land
  • lend
  • mend
  • rand
  • rend The pangs that rend my soul- What I have suffered-what I feel-have left No place for earthly thoughts!
  • sand
  • send
  • tend
  • vend
  • viand At a stinted repast of milk and vegetables, by the glimmering light of a little brushwood on the hearth, they yet could feel themselves comparatively blest, while they listened to the recital of afflictions which had befallen persons around that very neighbourhood, for whom every delicious viand had been procured to gratify the taste, every art devised to delight the other senses.
  • wand
  • weaned
  • wend
  • And I'll go and tell him."
  • Caned
  • Can't He knows that I can't go home.
  • Jane
  • Kenned "I said," Whinstane Sandy informed me with his old shoulders thrust back and his stubby forefinger pointed to within a few inches of my nose, "I said that I kenned her and her kind well, havin' watched the likes o' her ridden out o' Dawson City on a rail more times than once.
  • Leaned
  • Meant
  • Pend
  • Jed Jed Dawkins had come in early from his experimental field to get his dinner, well, city folks would call it lunch, and so he'd be ready afterwards for a talk with the colony committee.
  • Juan
  • Jana
  • Janet
  • Jenna
  • Joan
  • Juana "Stop at Tia Juana then and let me out.
  • Jeanie
  • Jeanne
  • Joann
  • CANAD
  • keened
  • jeans
  • joint
  • monologies
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