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  • aeneid Not only are the main features in the story of the Aeneid of foreign origin, but the treatment of the story betrays some want of vital sympathy with the heterogeneous elements out of which it is composed.
  • anode
  • ante debes sabes que he cambiado mucho si quieres te escucho pero no es como antes nada se me olvida que cruel es la vida tengo la memoria de los elefantes debes saber que he cambiado mucho si quieres te escucho pero no es como ante nada se me olvida que cruel es la vida recuerdo tu engano y hasta tus amantes – Nada Se Me Olvida by Joan Sebastian
  • awed Both men stumbled to their feet, awed by something in Lizzie which was more than the majesty of grief.
  • banned We couldn't sit and study for the law; The stagnation of a bank we couldn't stand; For our riot blood was surging, and we didn't need much urging To excitements and excesses that are banned. – The Rhyme of the Restless Ones by Robert W. Service
  • boned
  • bonnet As easily as through a Naples bonnet- Trash of all trash!- how can a lady don it? – An Enigma by Edgar Allan Poe
  • canned Almost everything we had to sow we left behind From my daddy's plows and the fruit that mama canned Some folks came to say farewell and see what all we had to sell Some just came to shake my daddy's hand. – California Cottonfields by Merle Haggard
  • corned A green pepper, shredded, is an invaluable addition to corned beef hash.
  • downed
  • earned This is a well earned Sunday morning.
  • end It must end , at once and forever!
  • ended And the transies usually ended up as schizos anyway.
  • enid No total so brilliant, so varied within a certain general unity, so perfectly polished in style, so cunningly adjusted to meet the popular without disappointing the critical ear, had ever come from Tennyson's pen as the first quartet of Idylls, Enid , Vivien, Elaine, and Guinevere.
  • fanned She fanned herself a moment, and then repeated the lines correctly, in a soft, flat, and yet agreeable voice.
  • gowned She was milking Old Pretty thus, and the sun chancing to be on the milking-side, it shone flat upon her pink-gowned form and her white curtain-bonnet, and upon her profile, rendering it keen as a cameo cut from the dun background of the cow.
  • horned There on the slopes of the mountain lie the bones of eagles, big horned sheep and the kabarga antelope, light and swift as the wind.
  • inner Graham lighted a candle for her, and opened the door leading into the inner room; she paused a moment as she took the light; and gazed up into the kind face looking down upon her; then she put her hand into his, and saying, "Good-night, Monsieur," went into her own room.
  • joined Hodges's face flushed, then he joined in the laugh.
  • manned Thence to the Duke of Albemarle to give him account of my day's works, where he shewed me letters from Sir G. Downing, of four days' date, that the Dutch are come out and joyned, well-manned, and resolved to board our best ships, and fight for certain they will.
  • need "I thought you might need this," he said.
  • offend "What have I done to offend you?
  • once Will you soon write to me once more?
  • one No one told me.
  • oneida In the writer's experience, the Second Duke of Oneida , a magnificent product of his world-famed family, died as the result of a too liberal allowance of wheat bran, fed with the view of still further improving the bone and general form of the Duchess strain of Shorthorns.
  • onward "We cannot escape from him, Charlie," said Hans, as they again urged their horses onward , "and in the dark we cannot take aim at him.
  • opened He came to the door, and opened it.
  • ornate Upham's history of the Village and its people is minute, exhaustive, lucid, sprightly, and ornate .
  • owed Independently of the gratitude I owed him for assisting me in this great cause, I respected him highly as a man.
  • own Don't you know I own this mine?
  • owned "I'm afraid I am," Crombie owned , and they both laughed.
  • owner Since the death of the owner the house had fallen on evil days.
  • penned Penned as he and his companion were in the narrow space of the passage barely three feet wide, a shot fired from above could scarcely miss.
  • pinned The man was pinned under the car and bleeding like a buck that has just felt the knife.
  • sonnet Milton's Sonnet on his blindness.
  • tanned Michael's eyes dropped; his tanned skin flushed slightly.
  • tinned He carried a bundle of tinned meats and preserves slung in a coat.
  • toned "They come-yes," said Mrs. Grossensteck, "but they are scared of the fine house, of the high-toned help, of everything being gold, you know, and fashionable.
  • unwed No man, my daughters; But ye must wither childless and unwed .
  • wand And always the heartiest in their congratulations were the men who were left behind, his brother officers, or his fellow traders, the men of the Sun Hat Brigade, in their unofficial uniforms, in shirtwaists, broad belts from which dangled keys and a whistle, beautifully polished tan boots, and with a wand -like whip or stick of elephant hide.
  • weaned Other men, who had been good fellows and had run with the boys, had married and been weaned from their old companions, bringing out women who did not "fit in," who felt superior to the cowboys and did not take the trouble to hide their feelings.
  • wend
  • wind
  • winged
  • wonder
  • wound
  • And
  • Binned
  • Dawned
  • Dinned They had heard the war-cry between capital and labor dinned into their ears since the day they set foot upon American soil.
  • Donned
  • Dunned In the days I write of, the travelled were of another genus, and you might dine at Very's or have your loge at "Les Italiens," without being dunned by your tailor at the one, or confronted with your washer-woman at the other.
  • Fawned They'd all fawned over Kristen, starstruck by her celebrity, and they'd spill the beans in a heartbeat if any of them found out.
  • Finned
  • Ginned
  • Honed
  • Ind The first thing she got hold of was a pillow case with lace on the ind of it-wide lace.
  • Inked Little dashed his head and face into the bucket, and soon inked all the water.
  • Kenned The Chamberlain perceived his project and kenned his intent; so he answered, saying, "To hear is to obey!"
  • Loaned
  • Moaned
  • Mooned
  • Ones
  • Onto
  • Opined
  • Owning
  • Panned It was the ashes that panned out $1,200 to the ton."
  • Pawned There is a tradition that in the days of old the Bible was removed from the Parish Church of Ecclesfield and pawned by the churchwardens to provide the means of a bear-baiting.
  • Sinned
  • Waned
  • Warned
  • Whined
  • Yawned
  • Zoned
  • Coined Whether Ninon herself at first coined it as a joke, or whether it was a hoax that she herself credited, it is certain that she grew at last to have firm faith in it.
  • Conned At last I heard voices without-I started from the examination of a pencil drawing but partly finished, but the artist of which I could not be deceived in-I listened -the sounds drew near-I could not distinguish who were the speakers -the door-lock turned, and I rose to make my well-conned, but half-forgotten speech; and oh, confounded disappointment, Mrs. Herbert, the house-keeper, entered.
  • Punned "Dam 'fi 'no," punned Blake.
  • Sunned Instead of the mullah, growling texts out of a Quran on his lap, the Orakzai Pathan sat and sunned himself in the cave mouth, emitting worldlier wisdom unadulterated with divinity.
  • Ned
  • Anne
  • owns
  • owners
  • ONT
  • ConEd
  • OPED Sam didn't mind going, as it 'appened, as he 'oped to meet 'is new pal there and tell 'im his troubles, but, though they stayed there some time, 'e didn't turn up.
  • wined
  • gunned
  • weened And then Sir Launcelot knocked at the gate with the pommel of his sword, and with that came his host, and in they entered Sir Kay and he. Sir, said his host, I weened ye had been in your bed. So I was, said Sir Launcelot, but I rose and leapt out at my window for to help an old fellow of mine.

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