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  • accrued The habit of neglecting this necessary element in the precise expression of the laws of nature, has given birth to the popular prejudice that all general truths have exceptions; and much unmerited distrust has thence accrued to the conclusions of science, when they have been submitted to the judgment of minds insufficiently disciplined and cultivated.
  • accused Guilty of one crime she was, but not that of which she was accused ; yet none would believe her assertions, when she had failed to procure the pardon of her husband.
  • capped The winner reigned at the square dance that evening which capped the day's entertainment.
  • cupid As for marriage, these young men who have the world, or the better part of it, they marry where Cupid ity, not Cupid leads them.
  • occlude These colloid substances occlude the minute excretory ducts in liver, spleen, kidneys and other organs, interfering with their normal functions and causing the retention of morbid matter in the system.
  • occupant As it was, the face she saw when a freak of chance led to her following that cab, and looking in out of mere curiosity at its occupant , was the face of her old lover-of her husband.
  • occupied But had it occupied me all day it would have been worth doing.
  • occupier 22. When the party obtaining the mining rights cannot make an arrangement with the owner thereof for the acquisition of the surface rights it shall be lawful for him to give notice to the owner or his agents or the occupier to appoint an arbitrator to act with another arbitrator named by him in order to award the amount of compensation to which the owner or occupier shall be entitled.
  • occupy The confession to which he had just given ear did not occupy his mind much.
  • unoccupied Tonight, he had wandered into the unoccupied room and had glanced at the portrait two or three times, for he felt lonely and would have given a five-pound note to hear Jack's tread upon the stairs, and his voice shouting for the housekeeper to bring him hot water.
  • Carped The trade with England on the coast of Oldenburg was carped on as uninterruptedly as if in time of peace.
  • Occurred 4999. You don't know whether that has ever occurred in Shetland?
  • Cooped They were incessantly being loaded, unloaded, made to march; cooped in small, stuffy places-chained.
  • Coped An accidental combination of circumstances, too complicated and overwhelming to be coped with, was hurrying her away to some unknown and horrible fate.
  • Copped He had sold the cuff-links, but on offering the watch to Alex he had been "copped."
  • Cupped Inspector Campbell cupped his hands and shouted out into the darkness, River police, ahoy!
  • occupies The washing is sent out, and occupies one cottage woman the best part of her spare time.
  • occupiers In a hunting district such as this the owners and occupiers of the various country houses are usually enthusiastic devotees of the chase.
  • CAPED He rode at a sharp trot, with his caped coat wrapped tightly round his shoulders, for it was raining fast.
  • OPED He oped his eyes, the left and then the right, Fair was the scene, and hideous was his fright!
  • reoccupied After the retreat of the Federals to Falmouth, the Confederate troops had reoccupied their former positions, and every point of passage between Fredericksburg and Port Royal was strongly intrenched and closely watched.
  • hiccuped Then, dropping his jaw, and fixing his eyes, he hiccuped aloud, and fell upon the floor as mute as n flounder.

48 words made from the letters OCCUPED