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  • astounding Morrow's heart leaped in sudden excitement at this astounding news, but he controlled himself, and replied nonchalantly: "Search me.
  • postpone She thought they might postpone serious discussion.
  • postponed Jealousy is of course the inevitable accompaniment of love; and while it is active everything else is pushed aside, postponed, or forgotten.
  • postponement The most material effect that is likely to follow this accident, is a postponement of the nuptials, which were close at hand.
  • spending It was the first chance Marguerite had ever had for spending any large amount of money.
  • standing In a moment he was standing before her, with both her hands in his.
  • upstanding A good upstanding church member like you and a fine-looking woman like Willie."
  • Responding He could not prevent his mind from dwelling upon this woman who had once meant so much to him, nor his flesh from responding to the stimulus of her nearness.
  • Portending Landing on 20th June near Dublin, he heard news portending a speedy decision in Wexford.
  • Postponing Or maybe she was just postponing that announcement as long as possible.
  • Propounding Sadly they returned, and the two boys walked with them, gravely and earnestly propounding one explanation after another.
  • Stranding Hawksworth pushed open the heavy oak door of the Great Cabin and entered, stranding Elkington in the passageway.
  • postpones When the child of the disowned and repudiated, holding sacred the unfortunate man's wishes, refuses to accept the blood-bought heritage, and attempts to replace the fatal legacy in the possession of those for whom it was notoriously intended-this Tartufe of justice strides forward and forbids righteous restitution; postpones the rendering of 'Caesar's things to Caesar' for two years, in order to save the condemned the additional pang of regretting the generosity of her minority!
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