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- aloud And the Count springs up and strikes her again, and she cries out aloud. Crying at all is not aloud, Not in my castle on a cloud. – Castle On A Cloud- Les Miz by broadways
- boatload The claws steals by the pound; the laws steals by the boatload!"
- outbid With the command of such unlimited resources, the monasteries could successfully outbid princes, and purchase without impoverishment what monarchs could not without bankruptcy.
- outdoor "He's just your hard, outdoor, wholesome farmer.
- outlast The gift of a cigar could mean nothing to a man who willingly contributed to every charity in town, but the trivial gestures that accompany one's early habits occasionally outlast the peculiar circumstances from which they spring.
- outlaw But the heart of the pseudo-outlaw was destined to be further wrung.
- outlawed "I'm glad they outlawed the operation on mental patients," Miss Peters said, with a note of disgust in her voice.
- outlay He also stated that in view of the fact that the company's outlay of money, and especially its extension of credit to settlers, is very large, the reliable land development and colonization companies ought to be assisted in the way of credit by the public through the government.
- outlet When a bog is to be opened, a deep ditch is run from an outlet or lowest point a short distance into the peat bed, and the working goes on from the banks of this ditch.
- outlined I doubt whether he had ever held in his hand a book on these subjects, but he had listened to the answers given by others to his skilful questions with the same keen attention that he bestowed on mine, and the gift of comprehension peculiar to him enabled him to rapidly shape what he heard into a distinctly outlined picture.
- outlook Here was a new outlook for him.
- output "We had long been aware that there was gold in the Yukon basin, but the total output for the last ten years before the Klondyke developments amounted to not more than a million dollars' worth at the utmost.