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  • oates Robert Patten, who had been a conspicuous Jacobite, played a Titus Oates part in betraying his companions, and his name figures for King's evidence incessantly in the political trials.
  • osier The quantity of osier thus treated seems immense, and yet the demand is said to be steady, and as the year advances the price of the willow rises.
  • otis I shall count every half-penny after Blume and Otis .
  • otter The fur seal and sea otter are so nearly gone that only the most watchful protection will save them from extinction.
  • ouster As I approached, I saw on the terrace our beds, with moscheto-nets fluttering in the wind, and trunks and boxes all turned out of doors, having very much the appearance of a forcible ejectment or ouster for non-payment of rent; but on arriving I found that my companions were moving.
  • outer The pig was in the little outer yard.
  • outre No, she is anything but outre .
  • outsider It seemed not, for he swung between diverse emotions-anger that this outsider should question him on so intimate a matter, chagrin at the knowledge of having injured Necia, and rage, blind rage, at the thought of its becoming a bar-room topic.
  • utter As he had heard Jane Oglander utter Lingard's name, he had told himself that he would have heard her voice-had it been calling "Dick"-across the world.
  • Duties We must confront many duties without any past experience to assure us of success.
  • Ours This was His life, and by the cross He made it ours.
  • Outgoes For we must finally avow that the pervading thought in the tragedies outgoes the simple artistic needs of the case.
  • ties There he took up his lonely watch, until he saw Betty come out and walk hurriedly toward the village, carrying a book and swinging her hat by the long ribbon ties ; then he went on climbing the winding path to the top of the bluff overlooking the river.
  • Utes The Utes won and were much set up about it, issuing challenges indiscriminatingly at dinner.
  • Odis
  • Butters 2. Butters -ground and mixed with other ingredients to make a paste.
  • Goiters
  • Otters Squirrels haunt the trees, and otters are occasionally found in the river.
  • Oysters There are oysters on some of these beaches.
  • attires Meanwhile, I had been once more quoting Virgil: "The walnut in the woodland attires herself in wealth of blossom and bends with scented boughs," when there approached with slow step an old, white-haired lady, at once gentle and severe in appearance, accompanied by a younger lady.
  • orders Then came the applications of orders seeking authorization.
  • routes My task was to search the troubled ice for easy routes , cutting away here and there with the ice-axe to permit the passing of the sleds.
  • cutters Passenger steamers flitting about with well-peopled decks; noisy tug-boats puffing and whistling while towing heavily-laden barges; naval cutters propelled by dozens of white-clad oarsmen, and steered by officers in dazzling uniforms; small sailing yachts glancing hither and thither,-all gave life and animation to the maritime scene.
  • suites When it was intact its vast courts contained the chambers of Parliament, as well as those devoted to the suites forming the home of the royal family, and spacious art galleries.
  • gutters The street was very narrow and from the running gutters there stole into the air the odour of stale cabbage.
  • mutters At the foot of a long street, so close to the river that its single light casts a ghastly glare into the water, stands the railroad station, where the agent awaits the arrival of the single train that visits the place daily,-for only a few people want to go to Davy's Bend, and not many are left to move away,-so the agent mutters at the rain and the darkness, and growls at the hard fate that keeps him up so late; for, of all the inhabitants of the place, he is the only one who has business to call him out at night.
  • utters But instead of meeting this distracted father with words of sympathy and encouragement, Jesus merely utters a general and chilling observation.
  • liters H2S how many liters H, and how much S?
  • outdoes I have taught him more than enough; for he outdoes me both in astrology and magic.
  • tiers In the box house were tiers of new sledges, rows of boxes and piles of bags filled with clothing, canned supplies, dried meat, and sets of strong dog harness.
  • loiters The poetic picture of the mountain-side is perfect: Where the magpies on the sollum rocks strange flutter'n shadders make, An' the pines an' hemlocks wonder that the sleeper doesn't wake: That the mountain brook sings lonesome-like an' loiters on its way.
  • unties "All of a sudden Calliope unties her apron.
  • outings All outings were a joy to them, no matter how often they came.
  • OUTS "You, young fellow," continued the inspector, addressing the chauffeur, "may know something of the ins and outs of this place.
  • ODES These passages might be compared to the lyrical odes in a Greek drama.
  • EIDERS I have seen three different eiders practice this bit of surgery myself, and have heard of at least a dozen more, all of the same species, that were seen in fresh ponds or rivers, dipping their heads under water repeatedly.
  • MITERS As the carpenter, who dresses lumber and drives nails and miters joints for his daily bread does not seek his evening recreation by doing those things for amusement, so we who were all hard-working men of letters, earning our living with the pen, had no mind to do as amateurs that which we were daily and hourly doing as professionals.
  • others We must learn to bear one another's burdens, and the Incarnation shows us that we can do so only in so far as we identify ourselves with others and live for them.
  • quitters "They will receive their instructions in due time-and don't bring any quitters ," was the sharply snapped response.
  • voters Edward Everett Hale, contributed to a Good Citizenship Series especially designed for the enlightenment of the more ignorant class of American voters .
  • pouters And all about fluttered grey pigeons and white pigeons, fan-tails and pouters and many more the names of which Roy quickly forgot.
  • aunties Now, Miss 'Lina, thank your kind aunties for their beautiful presents.
  • putters These who speak through the mouth of the cringing mendicant before you are the Bound-together Brotherhood of Colour-mixers and Putters -on of Thought-out Designs, bent upon a just cause.
  • orbiters There was the fact that direct radio communication with the Earth, around the curve of the Moon, was impossible-the Tovies didn't like radio-relay orbiters , useful for beamed, short-wave messages.
  • doters O, if in black my lady's brow be deck'd It mourns that painting and usurping hair Should ravish doters with a false aspect; And therefore is she born to make black fair.
  • shouters I should like to know whether many of those who shouted "Vive l'Empereur" when he left Paris, who applauded the war and hooted down anybody who doubted its justice or attacked Imperialism, are now among the shouters of "Vive la Republique" and the new Democratic Ministry.
  • cuties "Okay, Cuties ," Art laughed.
  • osiers This stripping of the osiers is a most busy time in the neighbourhood of the large plantations-almost like hop-picking-for men, women, and children can all help.
  • courtiers What an effect was produced upon those courtiers who so earnestly supported the recent demand of Moses, when this new plague fell upon them unawares!
  • eaters It was useless for the unfortunate people to move from one spot to another, as the man-eaters invariably followed them.
  • routers Computer vendors-the manufacturers of software and hardware, routers , gateways, firewalls or phone switches.
  • outages These systems would suffer serious local outages , particularly in the first several days after the event, but would resume service over a few weeks to months.
  • adjustabilities
  • affranchised
  • agonizings
  • asexualizes
  • backnumber
  • bad-humored
  • bastilled
  • egoisms

251 words made from the letters OUTIERS

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