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  • abusive e mail messages
  • abusive e-mail message
  • deader As for Charles Cotton, his "Virgil Travesty" is deader than Scarron's, and deserves to be so.
  • header Six horses to the header, two each to three header-wagons, eight to the horse-power on the thrasher, and one to the straw-rake, are all going at once.
  • in sufficient
  • ladder "They have got a ladder up to the windows of the large drawing-room, Miss Mary," said a servant; "they'll be in before many minutes."
  • lade But it showed so little and so seldom, that fearing to miss it, he changed his plan, and made straight for the mouth of the mill-lade, anxious of all things to prevent him from getting down to the water-wheel.
  • lander "Don't I seem to remember," murmured my cousin under his breath, "that, even though he is a New-Eng-lander, he has been known to make up errands to your kitchen to see your pretty Ev'leen Ann?"
  • larder I mounted the steps, and with much ado shipped the cover and shut the door, by which of course the great cabin, as I call the room in which the two men were, was plunged in darkness; but the cold was not tolerable, and the parcels of candles in the larder rendered me indifferent to the gloom.
  • later About an hour or so later they came after me again.
  • latter As she had just caught her first big fish, it was, perhaps, the latter.
  • lauder Dr. Lauder Lindsay-for whose death, as well as that of Dr. Sherlock and of Dr. White Williams, during the last year, the tribute of sorrowful regret ought, in passing, to be paid-Dr. Lindsay, I say, had only a small following in Great Britain.
  • lead He's easy-like to lead.
  • leaded Nevertheless by noon the canoes had all been leaded and the farewells to the kind M. Desplaines and his family said.
  • leaden He walked heavily, with a leaden heart and leaden feet; his eyes downcast, not glancing at the dark trees on one side or the bright fields on, the other.
  • leader Then the men sat down, and it was a little while later when their leader and the girl quietly slipped away from them.
  • leaders Each generation produces only a few leaders-we simply recognize that fact and adjust to it.
  • leander The Leander crew which won the G.C.C. at Henley in that year showed admirable sliding form.
  • leaner All Thursday we rushed through the wide landscape; saw the parched plains stretch far into the dusty horizon; saw the lean men and leaner cattle, to whom the grim spectre of famine is already foreshadowed; flew past populous villages and creaking water-wheels, noting every phase of a scene now familiar, yet always delightful.
  • leaper But I tell you I'm going to be a leaper, Phil."
  • leaver "You know-" said Leaver.
  • lender "My dear old fellow," said the money-lender quickly, "I told you that my wife had gone on to your place to see Miss Claire there.
  • letter But when you feel that you can go in, come to me or write me a letter.
  • Lieder Heine, in his Lieder, chants of the mystic nutmeg-tree as the ideal growth of the tropical forest, for every stage of life and growth reveals some fresh beauty in delicate bloom, glistening foliage, and fruit of roseate gold.
  • loader As a rule, the poorer the player the loader his execrations.
  • pleader The poor pleader must hire or borrow purple robes and jewelled rings, if he is to compete with them.
  • reader This is precisely what the author of the play wished his reader or observer to see and feel.
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