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- boned Her face is not pretty, and she 's inclined to be raw-boned.
- end Does the road wind up-hill all the way? Yes, to the very end. Will the day's journey take the whole long day? From morn to night, my friend. – Up-Hill by Christina Georgina Rossetti
- fined You have also been fined all stock shares in your possession other than those unalienably yours as a West-world citizen.
- inert Thane bent and took the blaster from the guard's inert fingers.
- inter Meantime General Cadorna was relieved of command of the Italian armies and General Diaz put at the head of the Italian forces, while General Foch, chief of staff of the French War Ministry, and General Wilson, sub-chief of the British Staff, were made members of an Inter-Allied Military Committee serving with General Cadorna to straighten out the Italian situation.
- joined They were joined by a pack of dogs, with whom she was instantly on friendly terms.
- lined The face of the old man was deeply lined now, but it might once have been handsome, and in the large blue eyes there still lay evidence of a quick intellect and a dignified self-respect.
- mined They mined and hunted and trapped together throughout this country.
- oiled Mr. Iwakura seemed to remember that he'd seen me a-doing honors at the White House, for he bowed clear down till I thought his glazed punch-bowl would fall off, and his black veil stuck right out straight; but he rose again as if his joints had been oiled, and said something that sounded soft as cream, and sweet as maple-sugar, but what it all meant goodness only knows.
- one One would think I was in love.
- oneida Zena gave one look of appeal to Pupkin, and Pupkin looked one glance of comprehension, and turned and fled down Oneida Street.
- opened "A door in me has opened, and I see it all-all, I tell you!
- owned His parents had owned a house in Charlestown, where he had lived till he was ten years old.
- toned "I have come," he was saying now to Templeton, speaking abruptly although his voice was as gentle and low-toned and pleasant as when he had spoken with the cashier, "three days ahead of time.
- And And now what will you do?
- Dined Yesterday evening Lady Bagot dined with me.
- Ind Thank you kindly, sir," and Beck pulled his forelock, "but, please your honour, I vould rather make an ind on it!"
- Inked He stood with closed eyes and moving lips, his inked fingers held carefully away from him, during the breathless moment that Sylvester bent above the prints.
- Pined The baby Prince pined and pined, and was so sorrowful over her loss that they feared for a time that he was going to die.
- Coined If you find an 'M' under the Queen's head, it was coined at Melbourne; if an 'S,' at Sydney.