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  • buckle If she gets a little unruly, you need only buckle the broad collar here-do you see?
  • cackle The old man's dry cackle followed Hall down the swirling marble stairs.
  • cackler His life was that of the Egg of the "Great Cackler," and the goddess Sesheta built a house for him in the Celestial Anu, or Heliopolis.
  • cockle The best thing Carlton can do is to cockle up with his church.
  • deckle "It isn't deckle-edge paper with a ducal seal, if that is what you're expecting," grinned the boy, not unwilling to air his knowledge of such matters.
  • fickle In all successes Fortune and the day To mee alike are; I am fixt, be shee Never so fickle; and will there repose, Farre past the reach of any dye she throwes.
  • hackle On top of the rick one of the tarpaulin sheets had broken loose; the cruel wind was tearing beneath it, wrenching out pegs and cordage, snatching at thatch-hackle, and making the stout ropes that should have held the sheet hiss and dart like serpents.
  • heckle Going to heckle him?
  • Mable Back in Massachusetts, Brewster had met with a whole train of misfortunes; his property had become involved; his wife had died-his voice lowered and grew husky when mentioning this-he had two little girls, Mable and Mildred.
  • mack 12,310. Have you any objection to state the name of the party who wrote the letter to Mr. Mack which you now hold in your hand?
  • make I did not know how else to make you understand.
  • male Meanwhile, beginning in the early morning of our steadily darkening days, other male members of the tribe pursued game.
  • mangle In fact they obeyed Knox's epistle to England of January 1559. "Mingle- mangle ministry, Popish order, and Popish apparel," they will not bear.
  • maple It was good weather for making maple sugar.
  • marble Each of the marble figures there seemed alive to his humiliation and defeat.
  • MCCALL I bolted out of the berth, which was to windward, and went staggering away to the opposite side of the ship, having made a vain attempt to get to the main-deck, upsetting Tom Pim in my course, and not stopping till I pitched right against Doctor McCall, our surgeon, much after the manner that I had treated old Rough-and-Ready.
  • meekly The expression no doubt suggests the picture in the fifty-third of Isaiah of the servant of Jehovah meekly enduring wrong.
  • Mickie One of them, Mickie Cripes, is a man of fifty, stooped and hollow-chested, but with quick blue eyes.
  • Nickle I haven't bet a nickle on a skate for two years, but my little black man has the steering wheel to-day and I'm going to fall off the sense wagon and break a five dollar bill."
  • pickle But when I wad left ashore in Melbourne I was in a pretty pickle.
  • shackle When Christians were proceeded against it was under laws that did not aim primarily to shackle liberty of worship or of opinion.
  • sickle It was quite late when he got there, and stars were in a sky that was so delicate in colour that it seemed as though it were exhausted by the glorious day that it had had; a little sickle moon was poised above the Chelsea trees.
  • suckle I allow my calves to suckle till October, and the late ones two or three months longer.
  • tackle He would not tackle a job like this again, he told himself.
  • tackler Now a tackler launched himself at Don.
  • tickle And here I will add, I do not write books merely to tickle the fancy, and lull the guilty conscience into a treacherous sleep, whose waking is death.
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