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  • added It was to her an added perplexity and pain that her friend Dick sided with his cousin Richard Maule rather than with Richard's wife Athena.
  • adept Well, Landis, said Elizabeth slowly, you are surely an adept in slipping out of trouble.
  • aided He treated them to a liberal dinner, and aided them to get their stage things into proper shape.
  • ardent Mrs. Maule went back to her writing-table, intensely conscious that Lingard's ardent , melancholy gaze was fixed on her.
  • art Jesus answered and said unto him, Art thou the teacher of Israel, and understandest not these things?
  • audit He transferred his belongings to the new clothes, and opened his billfold to audit his dwindling resources.
  • bidet "Ce Smiley avait une jument que les gars appelaient le bidet du quart d'heure, mais seulement pour plaisanter, vous comprenez, parse que, bien entendu, elle etait plus vite que ca!
  • cadet All those who were bound for that destination hurried from the office, and in the confusion jostled the youth who wished to go to Place Cadet , and who persisted in remaining in the office where he had no business, looking at everybody as if he were disposed to weep.
  • cordite "Poor Barbara"-and lucky baker, to receive such cordite glances!
  • dat "Now I reckon you knows dat he ain't.
  • ddt Butterfield Creek is severely degraded by a variety of pollutants including heavy metals, DDT, bacteria, and sediment which limits the streams habitat potential.
  • diet This was my first winter experience of camping out in the night season for this year, and, with only a diet of meal and bacon, I was miserably cold.
  • dot Dot horse no goot in buggy.
  • duet I recollect you and I tried together that very duet for the first time with the old lodging-house piano.
  • edit Come out to the States and edit one of his papers!
  • erode The ideal sella turcica for the ideal pituitary type is a large room in which the gland may grow and reach its maximum size and so its maximum function, without needing to exert pressure or destroy and erode bone in front of it, to the side of it or behind it.
  • eroded With half his head eroded by the ray, the serpent struck again, but this time his aim was wild.
  • iodide From half to one ounce of iodide of potassium was added to each bath.
  • oat Some settler is almost sure to get a glimpse of the visitor as he tops the snake-fence into the oat -field for his morning feed, and the rifle, or worse, the long muzzle-loading shot-gun which carries five buckshot at a charge, hangs by or over the wide fireplace.
  • octet When scarcely twenty years old he had composed his octet , three quartets for the piano and strings, two sonatas, two symphonies, his first violin quartet, various operas, many songs, and the immortal overture of "A Midsummer-Night's Dream."
  • odd How very odd that I should see it here and now!
  • oddity All the company laughed at the oddity of Whittington's adventure; and Miss Alice, who felt the greatest pity for the poor boy, gave him some half-pence to buy another cat.
  • ode Scores of persons might think as she thought about the ode , who would not spend a moment in doing anything to gratify her.
  • oder Folks lak to listen to dem an' dey don' call it lyin', whereas an' on de oder han', ef Ah indulge in any picturesque adaptations o' de trufe dey say Ah'm lyin' right away.
  • odets Scarcely had they got quit of the enemy's vessels when a strong reinforcement from Antwerp got under weigh, commanded by the valiant defender of Lillo, Odets von Teligny.
  • older In those days none had ever seemed to regard Richard Maule as unreasonably older than Athena, for he had retained an amazing look, as also an amazing feeling, of youth.
  • oort Besides these colonies on the reclaimed strand of the ocean, John Yeardley had another object in undertaking this journey, which was to inspect the Industrial Colony at Fredericks-Oort, in the province of Drenthe, in Holland.
  • orate Anyway, he got ten days, and he was due in three days to orate for Siwash against the whole Northwest.
  • orbit His notion of society's good consists in a balancing of all its forces, secured by the smoothing down of any extreme tendencies, each having its orbit marked but no more, so that none shall impede the other's path.
  • ordeal But I can't help thinking that one ought to be very merciful to a man who's being subjected to such an ordeal .
  • order Instruction implies superiority of knowledge, direction of authority on the part of the giver; a teacher gives instructions to his pupils, an employer gives directions to his workmen. Order is still more authoritative than direction; soldiers, sailors, and railroad employees have simply to obey the order s of their superiors, without explanation or question; an order in the commercial sense has the authority of the money which the one order ing the goods pays or is to pay. Command is a loftier word, as well as highly authoritative, less frequent in common life; we speak of the commands of God, or sometimes, by polite hyperbole, ask of a friend, "Have you any commands for me?" A requirement is imperative, but not always formal, nor made by a personal agent; it may be in the nature of things; as, the requirements of the position. Prohibition is wholly negative; it is a command not to do; injunction is now oftenest so used, especially as the requirement by legal authority that certain action be suspended or refrained from, pending final legal decision. Compare ARRAY; CLASS; LAW; PROHIBIT; SYSTEM.
  • ordered I've ordered supper over there, so I can look at her.
  • ordure Mr. Gordon again refers to Dr. Warburton's house, and the patients in their cribs "wallowing in their filth throughout the whole of Sunday," while on Monday morning they were "in a state of nudity, covered with sores and ordure , and were carried into the yard to be suddenly plunged into cold water, even when ice was in the pails."
  • ornate As true and perfect worship may be rendered by the dying man, who cannot lift an eyelid or open his lips, as by the most ornate service that combines perfect liturgical forms with the richest music man has ever written.
  • out So you are out of money and out of a job?
  • owed And that had given him his chance of saying what he felt each day more and more, namely that he owed everything, everything to her,-to her thoughtful kindness and to her instinctive knowledge of what would at once please and move him.
  • owlet Down by the pool a frog croaked now and then; from a distance came the plaintive, often repeated cry of a solitary owlet ; the night breeze sighed through the long grass and the low shrubbery.
  • tet In the early days he mentions him as "that rare art-phenomenon," and tells how "he played Hummel's Septet with the most perfect execution, storming occasionally like a Titan, but still in the main free from extravagance."
  • tort They did imagine it, I know; for by and by Miss Pollingray whispered: 'Les absents n'auront pas tort , cette fois, n'est-ce-pas?
  • torte Puck describes one of his wanton pranks: "And sometimes I lurk in a gossip's bowl, In very likeness of a roasted crab, And when she drinks against her lips I bob:" I love no roast, says John Still, in "Gammer Gurton's Needle," "I love no rost, but a nut-browne torte , And a crab layde in the fyre; A lytle bread shall do me stead, Much bread I not desire."
  • Forded Norris forded the stream, cast a casual eye on the double track, and nodded.
  • Lorded Little or no previous injury had been done by the Calvinists, who appear to have been unable to gain any ascendency in this town or diocese, at the same time that they lorded it over the rest of Normandy.
  • Oared It was a four-oared boat, and Colonel Tassara, at the stern, beckoned to him without speaking, as if he might have reasons for silence as well as haste.
  • Worded But though she was touched, and touched to tears, by the strangely worded proposal, it formed but an incident, to herself an unimportant incident, in days crowded with such pain and amazing unhappiness.
  • corded His thick neck was corded and hairy, and there were dry, red veins in his cheeks caused by the excessive use of liquor.
  • Arden Had Walter and Richard taken equal care of their souls, and their estate, the first might have been as safe as in the hands of a priest, and the last, at this day, have been the property of that ancient, and once noble race of Arden , long since in distress; who, in 1426, married the heiress of their house.
  • Ot Attached to the court of Marguerite of Valois, he defended Clement Marot when persecuted for making a French version of the Psalms.
  • orders Before she went to bed, she wrote a letter addressed to Miss Oglander at the Small Farm which she gave orders should be taken over there this morning.
  • orated Norman architecture, Early English, Decorated, and Perpendicular, all are there, and yet one dominant thought pervades the building.
  • EDT From the 2d London edt.
  • ET La France et les alliances.
  • ODES So, also, in another sphere of poetry, while there are genuine touches of nature in all the odes of Horace, yet the reproduction of Greek mythology which plays so large a part in many of them is a result of his artistic sympathy, and has not any vital root in his own belief or the beliefs of his age.
  • OPED And surely, after I did hear that, I could not doubt that a door were opened upward there; for the noise did grow in such wise as you shall hear a distant sound come through, when a door truly is oped; for, if the noise had been made just in that place, it had seemed to come from there; but this Sound, though it did come through there, was as that it did come outward from some far lost and foreign Eternity.
  • odder Still, when one came to think of it, it was odd that she had troubled to keep Bayworth's letters-odder still that now to-night, the day of Bayworth Kaye's departure, she should be burning them....
  • oddest John Fox, a composition of the oddest matter, and of the meanest original, formed a numerous band of disciples, who suffered the insults of an age, but have carried the arts of prudence to the highest pitch.
  • outed But no girl gets "outed," as you call it, unless she's predisposed that way.
  • horded

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