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  • aft I wat he carries the style fu' hie; Aft has he driven our bluidhounds back, And set ourselves at little lee.
  • buffet And yet one may be pardoned for believing that had a little of the oil of brotherly kindness been poured upon those troubled waters we whom the waves still buffet might to-day be sailing a smoother sea.
  • effete So I told him, although, to speak the truth, I felt like a man with a knife in his heart, for it was bitter to come so near to the desire of years, to the love of life, and then to lose all hope just because of duty to the head woman of a pack of effete curs to whom one had chanced to make a promise in order to gain this very end.
  • effort And I pulled myself together with an effort.
  • eft
  • fit I moved my lips--the Pilot shrieked And fell down in a fit ; The holy Hermit raised his eyes, And prayed where he did sit. – Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • mufti
  • obit
  • off My friends would scoff He'd stay a while I'd drive him off I kept my space – Life Story by Unknown Author
  • offer And she's got a lot to offer But she doesn't look like Cindy Crawford – Superstar Wonderful Weirdos by Alanis Morissette
  • office
  • offing Marcy couldn't decide whether the captain's pale face and excited, nervous manner were occasioned by the fears that had been conjured up by the sudden appearance of that strange vessel in the offing, or by the rage and disappointment he felt over the loss of the valuable prize he had so confidently expected to capture.
  • offish Betty couldn't decide whether she meant to be "snippy" or was only shy and offish.
  • offset This can be offset by setting the tailstock over, but in this case the wear of the work centres is increased, and the work will be more liable to gradually run out of true, as explained with reference to turning taper work.
  • oft Time seemed to drag along without meaning, and oft-times for a week he heard not the sound of a human voice.
  • omit I omit them, dearest Esther, because experience has taught me that in ordinary cases they are unnecessary; but while I was making the pyramid the command came to me to set them down, and I thought it well to obey.
  • ought "He won't let 'em put out any words they ought not to.
  • oust As long as he was Under Secretary of State he fought von Jagow and tried repeatedly to oust him.
  • out It's quite out of the question.
  • outfight
  • outfit
  • ovid So, too, in Latin before the two late writers named above, Ovid is about the only person who is a real story-teller.
  • tuft She stretched out her hand and drew Miss Tredgold's thimble from where it had rolled under a tuft of dock-leaves.
  • unfit
  • unit
  • Effie "Yes, Miss Effie; and I am sure I am very much obliged to you.
  • OFFS
  • outhit
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