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  • easy "Easy enough," he said.
  • gears He instantly averted his look, turned to the car, fumbled with the gears; they were off.
  • jaws It belied the expression of his eyes and of his set jaws.
  • jersey "'Amanda,' s'e in a married voice, 'what I say is this, I forbid you to carry a drop o' Jersey milk or any other kind o' milk up to that church.
  • queasy Further, to quote Mr. Timothy's points of view, the Radical orator has but two notes, and one is the drawling pathetic, and the other is the ultra-furious; and the effect of the former we liken to the English working man's wife's hob-set queasy brew of well-meant villany, that she calls by the innocent name of tea; and the latter is to be blown, asks to be blown, and never should be blown without at least seeming to be blown, with an accompaniment of a house on fire.
  • Jeers And then I could hear other jeers mingled with shouts of laughter.
  • Jess But old Jess was too smart for that: he quietly directed his glass to another quarter, to gain a little time, and, gradually sweeping the horizon, brought it at last, with a tremor of mortal dread, to bear dead upon the ghost.
  • Jews In those days it was easier to get on in that line than it is now, for, in the first place, there was wine in the country, and in the second place there were no Jews.
  • jars Here, Hazel uncorked several delightful-looking little jars.
  • jays Other jays won favor and liking, and ceased to be jays; Jeff continued a jay.
  • cars Do you know where the cars are, Bos'?
  • GARS "Je te porterai chez ma tante, mon gars," he said to himself.
  • EARS An' then, back home again, I watched him an' kept my ears open.
  • jeans Poor Miss Ponsonby had to keep her Laura Jeans locked up in her trunk, and it wasn't often she got a new one.
  • dis-quietude
  • disaaranging
  • firesides
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