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  • athwart Sol, awake, Had sent his rays athwart that inland Sea, Ere He rose high, in glorious majesty!
  • edward "I'll go a bit o' the way with you," said Edward Silk.
  • isherwood Yet when after those few unpleasant moments of hesitation Lambert boldly accepted the situation and with much simple dignity took his seat at the table, everyone immediately accepted him as an equal, nor did anyone question his right to sit there on terms of equality with Lord Walterton or Sir Michael Isherwood.
  • northward This channel took me a long way northward, and to the N. N. E.; but finally turned west, and at last south.
  • onward The significant words rushed Marian Spaulding breathlessly onward.
  • otherwise But I know otherwise-I have watched the thing happen so often.
  • outward But when she recognized her father all her outward fears and tremblings vanished.
  • southward They knew previously that a great army-not an Egyptian now but an English one-had started southward against the dervishes under the command of General Wolseley.
  • thawed Laughter thawed her; for notwithstanding the fearless confidence she had been taught for men of her own kind, self-possession and reserve, if not inherent, had also been drilled into her, and she required a great deal in a man before she paid him the tribute of one of her pretty laughs.
  • thwart He was more nimble, if he was less strong, than I. I could feel, through all his writhings, that he was trying to force me along with him towards a certain corner of the room, and, realising it, resolved to thwart him, whatever his object might be.
  • Earthward Occasionally an aviator, finding himself caught in such a death-trap, pretends that he has been hit, and lets his machine flutter helplessly earthward, like a wounded bird, until the gunners, believing themselves certain of their prey, cease firing, whereupon the airman skilfully "catches" himself, and, straightening the planes of his machine, goes soaring off to safety.
  • Atwood I do wish I could show 'em to you, but I lent 'em to Mrs. Atwood up to the Center.
  • Elwood I wish Mrs. Elwood were here.
  • compulsory military service
  • compulsory military services