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  • doe But I can and I will doe, I probably chill doe Even though situation lookin kinda ill yo – I Got a Story to Tell by Notorious B.I.G.
  • foe She weeps, nor weeps unpity'd by the foe. On each pale corse the wretched mother spread Lay overwhelm'd with grief, and kiss'd her dead, Then rais'd her arms, and thus, in accents slow, – Niobe In Distress For Her Children Slain By Apollo, From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book VI. And From A View Of The Painting Of Mr. Richard Wilson by Phillis Wheatly
  • ob
  • ode
  • oh Oh, I can see it all.
  • on What boat did you come on?
  • one It is the very truth, dear one!
  • or Haven't you been to Arkdale or Wermesley?"
  • ore Let me see that ore!
  • os Calumniatur eosdem faciem et os vrina proluere.
  • owe Would she find there the charity- "I owe you an explanation, Miss Baxter," Peavey began abruptly.
  • poe The French consider him the great master of the short story, and that has come to occupy such a prominent place in our so-called literature in America, that one might look for an apotheosis of Poe.
  • roe There were various additions and rebuildings, after that, but in 1569 the bog on which the Cathedral is built moved under its weight, the entire south wall of the nave and the vaulted roof fell in, and the debris lay where it fell until 1875, when Henry Roe, of Roe's Whiskey, furnished the money for a complete restoration.
  • toe That young Black Jack leaned a little over the corpse and then straightened and touched the fallen hand with the toe of his boot.
  • woe Cried the Princess, "Woe to thee!
  • Joe As soon as Joe can be moved we are going to bring him to my house.
  • Moe The word Mooniohua is probably a corruption of Moe ana o Hua-The couch of Hua.
  • Oe
  • Of
  • Ope Do 'ee see her window yonder, over the ope?"
  • Om
  • Oz
  • Zoe
  • Ot
  • Noe And sum men seyn that they have seen and touched the Schipp; and put here Fyngres in the parties where the Feend went out when that Noe seyd 'Benedicta.
  • Ole
  • EOE
  • OI "If Oi was one of them artist guys Oi could draw you a picture of both of them.
  • OP
  • OJ
  • OW
  • ie
  • a gogo
  • a thou-shalt-nots
  • a way withs
  • a while ago
  • easy-going
  • all heart
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