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  • ailing Why did he hold such long conversations, full of strange intensity, with that ailing Marietje?
  • boiling Then, she hesitated for a moment: in her head, boiling from fever, there was a battle; her duty, she discerned well no longer; her obstinacy which had lasted for so many years faltered almost at this hour, in presence of the sudden apparition of death- But, resolved at last forever, she replied at once, in the brusque tone of her bad days: "Your father!
  • bowling It was a fresh over, a change had been made in the bowling, and the first ball was delivered and stopped.
  • cling "Do not deny," said the latter, "that you cling much to the Christians."
  • coiling He broke into a laugh, a dry, murderous laugh, and his hands sought each other while the fingers twitched over one another like coiling serpents.
  • cooling "Miss Thorne," he began, as they climbed the hill, "I don't see why you don't apply something cooling to your feverish temper.
  • cowling But half clad, cowling in huts sunk below the surface of the ground, and destitute of the commonest necessaries, it is inconceivable how they live through the winter.
  • filing She had taken around a petition to the village boys, asking them not to search for birds' eggs, and she had even gone into her father's stable, and asked him to hold her up, so that she could look into the horses' mouths to see if their teeth wanted filing or were decayed.
  • fling So I must keep the silver by me, which sometimes I think to fling into the house of office, and then again know not how I shall come by it, if we be made to leave the office.
  • foiling The grief of Her Majesty at feeling herself the cause of the misfortunes of these faithful adherents, now devoted victims of their earnestness in foiling the machinations against the liberty and life of the King and herself, made her nearly frantic.
  • howling Look here, Len, we'll go and dine somewhere; if there is anything left to eat in this howling desert of a London.
  • lacing
  • lading
  • laying
  • liking
  • lilting
  • ling
  • lining
  • living
  • loading
  • loafing
  • loaning
  • locking
  • logging
  • loin
  • lolling As the car struck this slope, it leaped into ever greater speed; and now, under the erratic guidance of the lolling wretch at the wheel, it began to sway in long, unsteady curves, first toward one ditch, then the other.
  • looking
  • looping
  • looting He heard shouts and cries as he passed through the villages, and had reason to think that the soldiers were not contented with mere looting, but he did not inquire.
  • losing
  • loving
  • lulling
  • lying
  • paling
  • piling
  • roiling
  • rolling
  • sling
  • soiling He bustled the girls into a litter in which they could be carried to his brother's house in the city without soiling their shoes or being exposed to the gaze of the throng in the Fleet or Ludgate.
  • tiling
  • toiling We generally had a guide with us, and nothing was more common in toiling up a mountain side than to discover the guide half a mile to the left and the Patriarch half a mile to the right, something after the fashion of the letter Y, we being at the stem.
  • Baling
  • Coaling But nothing could light up the great monster of a ship, painted the dismal lead-color which our White Squadrons put on with the outbreak of the war, and she lay sullen in the stream with a look of ponderous repose, to which the activities of the coaling-barges at her side, and of the sailors washing her decks, seemed quite unrelated.
  • Doling
  • Foaling
  • Fooling
  • Fouling
  • Fowling
  • Haling
  • Holing So rare is he and such spendthrifts are we of good things that people not only will not note what might well be noted but they will not even keep what others have noted, if they are to be at the pains of pigeon-holing it.
  • Ladling
  • Laming
  • Laving
  • Lazing
  • Liming
  • Lobbing Lobbing shrapnel at grazing cows was always quite a favourite game with Brounckers.
  • Looming
  • Loosing
  • Lopping I am vastly better in nervous tone than I was a year ago, my work is simplified down to the exact thing I want to do, and I ought to be happy in spite of the lopping off of so many faculties of activity.
  • Loping He followed Kueelo, swinging along in slow loping strides, but not gaining.
  • Lording As an Englishman I care naught for one party or the other, but as one of gentle blood it fills me with anger and disgust to see this rabble of butchers and skinners lording it over nobles and dragging knights and gentlemen away to prison; and if it were in my power I would gladly upset their design, were it not that I know that, for my lady's sake, it were well to hold myself altogether aloof from meddling in it."
  • Lowing The lowing of cattle added to the general clamour.
  • Luring
  • Moiling
  • Oiling He tried the lock again, and with more bitterness than the occasion seemed to warrant said that somebody had been oiling it.
  • Poling
  • Polling
  • Riling
  • Tolling
  • tooling
  • Colin
  • Pooling
  • Puling
  • Soling
  • Olin
  • Liliana
  • Lilian
  • soloing
  • yowling
  • Molina
  • wiling
  • Rowling
  • lousing
  • lubing
  • louring
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