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- beast The call of the beast Vengeance incarnate Tooth and claw unleashed – The Hand Of Darkness by legion of the damned
- east The Holy Sister bars her doors against the East Her house has stood too long divided The uninvited guests are breaking up the feast She may not bid them leave again – Constantinople by Al Stewart
- feast This afternoon and evening was also a native feast of the slaves.
- least I suppose at least you know where that is?
- nasty Do nasty little girls?
- nearest I had often wondered why I never dared ask Hilda Wade one question that was nearest my heart.
- neat Little woman, you have a neat way of putting things.
- nest Now show me the clam's nest!
- nestor "But it will take longer than that," said Mr. Nestor.
- net He was as cool and matter-of-fact as a business man giving instructions to his secretary, yet he was throwing a net round London.
- newest It is then that they capture many females of the royal houses of the red men, and take the newest in battleships and the trained artisans who build them, that they may copy what they cannot create.
- news I was on my way to Saintes to see her and give her my news of her father."
- newt Abel Newt, one of Mr. Gray's boys.
- next "We'll come to that next.
- seat If I wish to hear you play I can buy a seat and come and hear you and go away again.
- yeast And I warrant the law allowed no yeast from Germany!"
- Nat Oh, the happy past, Nat!
- Newts After breakfast they all three went down to the pond, and, dividing the water into shares, began to fish for frogs and newts.
- nears As the Wall nears Chollerford, one may see, a little to the northward, the little chapel of St. Oswald, which, as we have seen in a former chapter, marks the site of the battle of Heavenfield.
- nets Boys may often be seen out at night, with long poles and nets attached to them, catching sparrows in the trees.
- NESTS About it were the oaks, in whose branches the birds had built their nests before Chicago was a frontier post.