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  • brace We had, I should have said, our guns in readiness, and a brace of pistols in our belts, so that we were well armed for the encounter with a wild bull, who, looking upon human beings and every other animal as enemies, was a dangerous character to engage.
  • grace My childhood had no grace of childhood, my youth had no charm of youth, and what can be expected from such a lost beginning?"
  • horace As Horace says, the mountains are in labor and the issue is but a ridiculous mouse.
  • phase The new step presents the commander with a new problem, a phase in the solution of the original problem; the new problem is related to the abandoned basic problem, because it arises out of the same situation, which has not changed.
  • phrase Of course Captain Meredith did not perceive how very wide of the mark his sensible phrase led him.
  • Phrased But she saw no reason why Evanthia should not "find happiness," as she phrased it, fading out with a baby in her arms, so to speak.
  • phrases Capitalize also, common nouns in phrases used as proper nouns.
  • piracy Time came when the trade was put under the ban of law and made akin to piracy.
  • pours into
  • price You must hold him there and pay his price.
  • race But he was intelligent, and in his mind he held perhaps the entire history of his race.
  • thrace Wide through Thrace Congratulations sound: glad thanks to heaven The parents give, and hail the happy day Which gave Pandion's daughter to the king; And gave the pair a son.
  • thrice Then let us, brother, with our might, Work for Him while 'tis called To-day; Looking above for strength, for light, Press forward in this thrice-blest way.
  • trace Not a trace of them.
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