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  • aeneid The empire was the Aeneid of the nation, and Napoleon the only hero they now believe in.
  • aunt That was your aunt, you know-your father's sister.
  • boned The Eastern Oregon horse is taller and bigger-boned than the valley horse, but naturally his education is not so well attended to, and he is apt to be "mean" and to buck.
  • bound But that's bound to be a long job.
  • burned Everything's all burned up.
  • corned He showed it by the way he went at his corned beef.
  • downed Like many another blindly passionate man, Crothers hit out in the dark with what weapons he had and landed a blow where he least expected, the recoil of which stunned and downed him.
  • earned Nevertheless he gave me what assistance he could, and thus earned a claim on my gratitude which I shall not forget.
  • end "Why, of course, as you say, you will have to know it in the end.
  • enid And that evening they were wed amidst great rejoicing, in the presence of all the knights and ladies of the court, the King himself giving Enid to her husband.
  • fined In addition to being fined, Arundel was committed to prison for two years.
  • found Oh, have I found you?
  • fund 14,336. Mr. Leask is also an agent for the Shipwrecked Mariners' Fund, and there is a charge of 3s.
  • gounod "Why did Gounod insert that idiotic ballet?
  • gowned Even so little, and we see an adorable motherly person, richly but unostentatiously gowned.
  • horned Many stars were burning in the deep-blue heavens, and the horned moon, golden and luminous, hung low down in the west.
  • hound It's only that fellow they'll go for-the mean hound, to marry a girl for her money.
  • joined I joined in again.
  • lined Downstairs they passed, and along a narrow corridor lined with cases, as he could dimly see.
  • mined The whole place was a mass of wire entanglements, mined at every point, and the fields were studded with strong wooden spikes.
  • mound No mound or grave stone points out the spot where such brave men repose.
  • oiled Or you may broil the mackerel whole, having first seasoned it as above, and wrapped it in oiled paper.
  • one 9508. Was there not one of them who was in debt to you at the settlement?
  • oneida At the conclusion of peace his valuable services were partially rewarded in the grant of a farm by the state of New Jersey and 16000 acres of land in Oneida county New York granted by that state.
  • opened And it was Katharine who had opened his eyes to this, he thought.
  • ounce An ounce of true sympathy is worth a ton of consideration to a child.
  • outer If more boughs are needed, shorten the leading shoots, always cutting just above an outer eye.
  • owed She owed him nothing; and only the goodness of his angel mother was making up for what he owed to her.
  • owned As it happens, the money fell into the hands of the merchant who had owned the boats.
  • owner The long mass was too much for its owner to handle.
  • pound We're not going to talk, and if Jake does, one of us will pound a little sense into him.
  • round I might have known all along that would do for me, an' there was no getting round it."
  • ruined Silas was ruined by too much work; I was ruined by too little of it, I suppose.
  • sound The vessel is sound, is not she?
  • toned Nothing is concealed, or toned down, that we ought to know, nothing that would tend to represent the Apostles as superhuman or exceptional in their lofty character is thrust upon our notice; we are permitted to see Peter as he really was, a man made noble by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • tuned But all such places were primitive, savage, almost unendurable to a man born and tuned to the violin-string pitch of technological culture.
  • turned Then he turned to us.
  • under I remember her under the name of "Old Mary."
  • undo "To attempt to communicate with him where I have sent him would be to show our hand irretrievably to the men we are fighting and undo much of the work which has been accomplished.
  • unfed There ought not to be in this Republic a single day of bad business, a single unemployed workingman, a single unfed child.
  • unit Three days had passed when he rejoined his unit, and they, after a brief rest, were moving forward again to the front line.
  • unwed And is he still unwed?"
  • used He used the word "tuteur."
  • wound Orders had been given that not a shot should be fired lest we should wound our friends.
  • And 8742. And they would not give it to you because you were in debt?
  • Caned "I've come to be caned," he said breathlessly; adding by way of identification, "my name's Chetrof."
  • Dined His position was good: he dined with the gentlemen of the neighbourhood.
  • Donned The boys at once returned to their cabin, but to their dismay they discovered that the clothes in which they had been rescued were still too wet to be donned.
  • Dunned Jenkins always seemed to have an uncanny knowledge as to when the landlord or the grocer were pestering me, and he dunned me for a ghost.
  • Honed Moreover he gets used frequent to things that he's born with notions ag'inst; an' them aversions will simmer an' subside ontil he's friendly with folks he once honed to shoot on sight.
  • Ind Scores ind scores of whites and blacks were recruited from Northern cities and sent throughout the South to test the state of desegregation of travel facilities as well as of waiting rooms and restaurants.
  • Loaned When she asked for a fresh horse I loaned her one.
  • Maned Grant that for one day only I drive thy white-maned steeds!
  • Moaned She regarded old Thompson, however, as a mean man, and moaned about him a great deal, which he either never heard of or cared nothing about.
  • Mooned Just because he had seen her in it once she had mooned over it, smiled over it, sighed over it; but it could go now-she had a richer memory!...
  • Mourned Stas mourned for him sincerely, and afterwards with Kali carried him to a neighboring narrow cave, the opening of which they closed with thorns and stones.
  • Oared In a few minutes maid and luggage were installed in a big black gondola, oared by two men standing up, and the brown boat, with the two lads in white and the veiled woman, glided out on the calm water.
  • Ones They could not work large boats so easily as they could work the small ones.
  • Onto "Drive in onto the barn floor, and come in and warm yourselves," said Mrs. Whiting.
  • Oozed Then he oozed off, and I was glad.
  • Opined "Well, I'll be dadblamed if I'd tag after her without some substantial hope," Henley opined, wisely.
  • Pined He has ever since pined to possess her; and, as I hear she is still not betrothed, I now ask her hand in marriage for him.
  • Unto It has been made known: Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.
  • Waned Her cheerful hope of his return had waned steadily during the past weeks.
  • Zoned After them, tumultuous rushing, Mob, and medley, crowd, and crushing; And the hungry file of priests, Loosely zoned for larger feasts.
  • Coined Only, unfortunately, Christmas gifts can't be coined out of them.
  • Conned "The Disowned" and "Devereux" were both completed in retirement, and in the midst of metaphysical studies and investigations, varied and miscellaneous enough, if not very deeply conned.
  • Punned Vincent punned and quoted; we laughed and applauded; and our Burgundy went round with an alacrity, to which every new joke gave an additional impetus.
  • Sunned But he repelled the thought and merely sunned himself in the pleasurable consciousness-the first during this cruel hour-of holding Kasana and her royal lover in his hand as one holds a beetle by a string.
  • Ned "Just what I'd like to do," said Ned.
  • ONT Jilt's intuition was intense, and never once in all her life had it failed her, and though to her all Eastern men seemed exactly alike in the moonlight, yet her inner consciousness began to tap ont a message of warning, and the bristles of her self-protection to rise at the threatenings of danger.
  • ConEd
  • OPED And oped the casement to let in The sun, and that sweet doubtful din Which droppeth from the grass and bough Sans wind and bird, none knoweth how- To cheer her as she lay.
  • wined I've been dined and I've been wined But I'm headin' for a showdown 'Cause I can't go on from night to dawn With Harlem on my mind – Harlem On My Mind by Unknown Author
  • gunned
  • outed
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