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  • ally Ally, work with me for chrissake.
  • blue From way up high in the blue , blue sky he could look down and see many things.
  • blur For an instant there was a blur over my eyes, and Williams was singing out something that I could not catch.
  • clay The springs which issue from the level plains of clay , while the bed of the water-course some twenty feet lower continues dry and dusty, are numerous.
  • cloy Hence, while the imperial city's din Beats frequent on thy satiate ear, A pleased attention I may win To agitations less severe, That neither overwhelm nor cloy , But fill the hollow vale with joy!
  • club Will you put up his name, then, at the Club ?
  • clue Let me do it my own way, because I get mixed, and feel as if I might lose the clue any moment.
  • duly The cup was duly admired and handed back to be sent down to Sloane Street; then Estelle and she left the shop together.
  • flay If you're not I'll-I'll flay them alive."
  • flu They should rename it mucilage flu because it certainly is a sticker; you have as much pep as an Ingersol watch with the main spring on a two weeks vacation; but cheer up derie, there ain't goin to be any job fer any undertaker.
  • flue The conflagration originated, it appeared, from a defective flue of a temporary frame kitchen, built adjoining.
  • fly When the bird was about two years old, it would fly into the forest, and occasionally remain away for several days together.
  • glue Ses I, "Yes, Kernel, ef there's a feller in this country that ought to git out a patent for 'Excelsior Political Prepared Glue ,' it is you.
  • gluey Full gluey woman's lips.
  • glum You are not glum , but you don't laugh much.
  • glut And I gat the giant above the middle part, and the Diskos did glut itself, and went through the giant as that he did be naught, though so huge and monstrous and girt with strength.
  • guy What kind of a lookin' guy was he?
  • jay "Do you know, I used to think that Sammy Jay never did and never could say anything nice, but I've just changed my mind.
  • jelly Such rare and exquisite colours have these great glassy flowers of ocean that to see them was a feast; and every time a net was hauled up my prayer-which I was careful not to repeat aloud-was, Heaven send another big draught of jelly -fish!
  • jolly Now we are jolly , jolly are we.
  • joy The only joy I have in his being mine, is that the not mine is mine.
  • jug "A jug of beer," repeated Miss Nugent, peremptorily.
  • july The girls also remembered perfectly the quiet-looking young couple who had been noticed walking about with Tom Robinson the July before last.
  • jury They had his certificate that Mrs. Packard was insane, which they used as evidence, and which went to the jury .
  • jut It has a fine stone front with two projecting bays, an archway with welcoming doors on either hand, and above the arch is a beautiful little oriel window, and carved heads and gargoyles jut out from the stonework.
  • lay They don't know how to lay it out.
  • lu The shi'-ay when set consists of twenty-four si'-lu, or running loops, attached to a cord forming three sides of an open square space.
  • lug At any rate, we took Martha to everything that came along, one of us or another, and before a month we didn't have to pretend very much to scrap for her dances, even if you did have to lug her around the room by main strength-she was as heavy on her feet as a motor-bus.
  • play It was child's play to what he had to do at Guedecourt.
  • ploy That was their ploy .
  • ply When this is done, boats will again ply this great river and its tributaries, carrying the abundant products of every kind that this valley annually produces at a much cheaper rate than by rail.
  • slay They come to the edge of the village and slay the goats for food-and the sound cattle-and the children!"
  • slue Also, if there were any change he would generally try to keep it, to buy some cough mixture, he would explain, for his bronchial tubes; and most people let him, because they were afraid that he would slue one of his eyes round and pierce their hearts with a reproachful glance.
  • slur To do the thing intentionally, which was by far the easiest plan, was, from his point of view, out of the question, because of the implied slur upon his widow.
  • sly Reddy Fox had always been very sly and not bold at all.
  • Jody Broomfield (1860–1941), English-born Australian writer Herbert Broomfield (1878–unknown), English footballer Jack Broomfield (1865–1927), African-American community leader in the early 20th century Jody Broomfield (b.
  • Judy Judy, who really didn't care a button about the loss of Miss Levey, laughed.
  • Eloy When out of the line the various camps about Neuville St. Vaast and Mont St. Eloy housed us.
  • Joey Joey asked, when Mr. Wilding unfolded his plan: "Is all to live in the house, Young Master Wilding?
  • Jun They reached the Jun ction Pool.
  • BLU On the Nagykörút one can find (from north to south) the Comedy Theatre (Vígszínház, 1896), Western Railway Station (Nyugati pályaudvar, 1877, built by Gustave Eiffels team), Radisson Blu Béke Hotel (1913), Corinthia Hotel Budapest (former Grand Hotel Roya
  • JUL "He's changed his identity-Julius Bradshaw has.

1 words made from the letters JLUY

  • 4 letter words made from JLUY:

    july.
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