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  • bosom Her eyes shone, her hand trembled under his lips, and the diamonds rose and fell on her eager bosom.
  • gypsum The representations of some indeed were so perfect that it was difficult to believe that they had not been carved by the hand of man, and yet one and all were produced by the dripping of water from the gypsum rock; the most delicate ice formations could not surpass them; indeed many equalled in form the choicest flowers growing in the most cultivated garden.
  • opossum This animal is likewise of the Opossum kind, having, like the generality of subjects found in New Holland, a false belly.
  • pas When the Austrian had departed, my newspaper acquaintance told me that I had committed a social faux pas in making them known to each other.
  • passim In quo cum pugiles, omni petulantiae genere debacchantes, in Ialtonem quendam nodosa passim ossa coniicerent, accidit, ut eius consessor, Biarco nomine, iacientis errore uehementem capite ictum exciperet.
  • pause He had a pause.
  • pious Men did not speak a great deal of the Catholics; and I always fenced off questions by beginning, in every company that I found myself in, by speaking of some Church of England divine with a great deal of admiration, soon earning for myself, I fear, the name of a pious and grave fellow, but at the same time, of a safe man in matters of Church and State.
  • plum
  • pms
  • podium
  • poem
  • poesy On the other hand, his poems appeal not only to a large number of professed lovers of poetry, but also to a class of readers who find in Emerson an element for which they search the rest of poesy in vain.
  • poise
  • pom
  • pommy
  • pose
  • posed
  • poser
  • poseur This time the poseur was lying flat on some packing-cases in front of a store, and who do you suppose he turned out to be?
  • posit
  • posse
  • possum
  • post
  • posy
  • presume
  • prism
  • prom
  • ps
  • psalm
  • psi
  • puma
  • pus
  • puss
  • sam
  • sm
  • spasm
  • sum
  • Pam "Well at least he was even younger when he came to our place," PAM whispered in DIZZY's ear, startling him as he inadvertently touched his cheek with the straw he still seems to hold in his teeth, as he did when JOHN LEECH was alive.
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  • Poss
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  • possums
  • pours
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  • POEMS
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  • Epsom We take the main thoroughfare within three miles of the Epsom grounds, and now a wonderful sight bursts upon us.
  • deep-felt The desire of Britain to annex ancient Greece, the deep-felt need that the English writers and poets of the nineteenth century have shown to edge and nudge nearer to Greek feeling, is familiar to all of us. Swinburne expresses his Hellenic longings by his hymeneal strains, Matthew Arnold by sweetness and light, Gilbert Murray by sweetness and pathos-and all through the divine right of Victorian expansion.
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