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- endure I promise I'll proudly endure the hardships I'll share – On The Side Of The Angels by Unknown Author
- feature The feature of the war has been "the thinning of the veil between life and death."
- metre Instead of that, for literary effect, he cast them into European metre and rhyme, with various expressions, like "bless" and "caress," which of course are utterly beyond an Australian's mental horizon.
- nature Nature goes on just the same.
- neuter But whether any part of any determinate quantity be a fourth, or a fifth, or a sixth, or a moiety of the whole; or whether it be of equal length with any other part, or double its length, or but one half, is a matter merely indifferent to the mind; it stands neuter in the question: and it is from this absolute indifference and tranquillity of the mind, that mathematical speculations derive some of their most considerable advantages; because there is nothing to interest the imagination; because the judgment sits free and unbiassed to examine the point.
- nitre But if you have any sweet spirits of nitre in the house I'll give him that to quiet him and keep down the fever.
- nurture Caroline's youth could now be of some avail to her, and so could her mother's nurture.
- tenure And "Woodbine Lodge,"-its beauty suddenly restored to eyes from which scales had fallen-held now only by an uncertain tenure, a breath might sweep from his hand.
- venture If it were not for Audrey, I might even venture to brave public opinion and keep you myself.
- Nettie They bought their shoes at the most fashionable shops, and could, if they chose, have their horses shod with gold, and so the handsome Nettie reigned supreme as belle.
- natures In a word she was one of those lovely natures that need but to recognize the eternal to fly to it straight; but on the other hand such natures are in general very hard to wake to a recognition of the unseen.
- didst one's thing