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  • latent The passion for land and for its improvement-the ruling passion of an Englishman-was not absent in George; it was only latent, and the idea of home, of his own personal home, developed it with amazing rapidity.
  • mutant Here we are, talking as if I might really be a mutant, and you know perfectly well that I'm not.
  • pageant And over this pageant of woman and music the proud sun of old Egypt scattered splendid burning rays....
  • paint "They paint," he answered gravely; and that made her laugh again.
  • pant Words all in vain pant after the distress, The height of eloquence would make it less; Heavens!
  • parent The speaker looked from one parent to the other, and they saw that his face was grimly set.
  • parting "Well, do not let them look forward to the marriage as a parting.
  • patent "No." "Couldn't you get a patent?"
  • patient "You can only help me by being patient-just at present," he said.
  • patina The house itself, half hidden in shrubbery, is of weather-stained stucco, and looks at first sight a little gloomy, with the patina of time upon it.
  • payment His knowledge of coal had never been more intimate than the payment of certain fuel bills presented to him at intervals in the past by the faithful Harding.
  • peasant What have you there, O Peasant?
  • pedant I know that he is very gentlemanlike, and is neither a coxcomb nor a pedant, which is refreshing in these days."
  • pendant And the next morning-her birthday morning-he had produced the pendant, wrapped in silver paper.
  • plant They did not take the whole plant with them.
  • pliant Ruth picked up the dishes; it was something really delicate to see her scrape them clean, with a pliant knife, as a painter might cleanse his palette,-we had, in fact, a palette-knife that we kept for this use when we washed our own dishes,-and then set them in piles and groups before mother, on the pembroke-table.
  • portent Whilst Cicero was doubting what course to take, a portent happened to the women in their sacrificing.
  • potent A force of this character, whatever other potent influence it may have, will be powerless to affect the rotation of the earth.
  • Patting "Now then-one, two, three-" said I, gently patting my Browning which I had drawn from my outside pocket.
  • Patine
  • Patton To go back to Mrs. Patton; on our way home, after our first call upon her, we stopped to speak to Mrs. Dockum, who mentioned that she had seen us going in to the "Widow Jim's."
  • Patents
  • co-lure
  • co-produced
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