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  • abusive e-mail message
  • accroached
  • adder In returning to the camping-place I nearly trod on a large puff-adder; this I killed with a stone.
  • agreed to do
  • agreed up on
  • am a quandary
  • am of the opinion
  • cider I called for some cheese-cakes, and a bottle of cider, and at last began to ask her about marrying me.
  • eider Supper over, he collected a quantity of the strewn fleece of the silk-cotton; and, placing it between two of the great buttress-like root-spurs of the tree, constructed for himself a couch on which, but for some hard thoughts within, he might have slept as softly and soundly as upon a bed of eider.
  • gets on soapbox for
  • Nader
  • oder And what become of Jenny, Nancy, Polly, and all de oder cows, and de pigs and de poultry?
  • pacer And rain, the heaviest you can meet, is a lively companion when the resolute pacer scorns discomfort of wet clothes and squealing boots.
  • paddy Well, Paddy, I think you was to blame, and your master, too, for he ought to have taught you how to go about these affairs, and not beat you so.
  • padre What news do you bring us, Senhor Padre?
  • pander Congreve was, I fancy, a man of better morality than his characters, only forced to pander to the tastes of the rake who had composed the dominant element of his audience.
  • parer He can dispense with an apple-parer and a reaping-machine.
  • patter The singing ceased, and there was the patter of feet on the stair.
  • pewter The bottoms of bottles, two or three tea-cups without handles, and the same number of pewter mugs, served for glasses.
  • piker "Wait till I find the gem-the one about Piker," she cried.
  • plays part of
  • purer Here, with her poor body broken and torn, her spirit, the purer for her physical pain, confronted him, shamed him, stretched like a flaming sword before the mean paths that his own soul would follow.
  • putter Aside from the fact that his putter seems just a trifle long, I should have to give up my guess and take my defeat like a man.
  • Ryder Photo courtesy of Louise McNair Ryder.