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- abhor I conjure you not to make me abhor myself!
- afoot "If you are so sure that there is a scheme of robbery afoot, of course I must not be so rash as to refuse your aid.
- afro In America, the Afro-American created song, dance, music, and, later, poetry.
- Ahoy The bell was not struck by the men, but it struck itself, louder than I ever heard it before; and again the dreadful voice was heard, "All hands ahoy!"
- anyhow I'm tired of boys, anyhow.
- avow I saw at that moment that for whatever had happened or might happen I might thank myself; might thank the doubt I would not avow to my own mind, but could not conceal from her, that Eveena had condescended to something like jealousy of one whose childish simplicity, real or affected, had strangely won my heart, as children do win hearts hardened by experience of life's roughness and evil.
- bargained on
- casting hook
- casting net
- If 9291. Are you asked if you want goods when you go there to settle?
- oaf Lizzie, when she had read this, had declared to herself that of all the female oafs she had ever seen, Augusta Fawn was the greatest oaf.
- oahu Eighteen hundred feet above the level of the sea, where the early inhabitants of Oahu made their last stand against the enemy.
- Of "Of course," said Soames.
- off He's got to be sent off.
- offal It was the sort of time that all the Offal Court boys had, therefore he supposed it was the correct and comfortable thing.
- offer Perhaps you don't offer enough.
- oft Cornish nodded in his quick sympathetic way, accepting as we all accept the social statements of the day, which are oft repeated and never weighed.
- ohio The cause of all this flutter was the recent elecshins in Ohio, Indiany an Pennsylvany.
- Oho Oho, he was a man of plenty!