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- dance around an issue
- palely The four windows glimmered palely before them, and once or twice the tall doors rattled faintly as the breeze stirred them.
- racily The sun shone clearly and pleasantly; the wind was fresh and brisk upon their faces, and smelt racily of woods and meadows.
- rally He might copy the zealot faction, and select his names from the Scriptures or the category of Christian graces; he might rally by the old English gentleman, who at this time was generally a Cavalier, and Dick, Tom, Harry, or Dolly, his children; or he might be careless about the whole matter, and mix the two, according to his caprice or fancy.
- rarely It's very rarely made any easier for him.
- rashly She would send Sally to him to beg, beseech, implore him not to repeat his headstrong error of the old years, to swear to him that if only he could know all he would forgive-nay, more, that if he could know quite all-the very whole of the sad story-not only would he forgive, but rather seek forgiveness for himself for the too harsh judgment he so rashly formed.
- ravel The several straps, after describing a certain number of turns, ravel out at the ends and hang loose.
- really "I was-I really was.
- rely I rely upon you to keep certain names out of the affair.
- riley University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1919. Riley, Alice C. D., The One-Act Play-Study Course.
- ripely We hope you won't think this abrupt, because it isn't really, for we seem to have lived ages since you came, and we've been thinking this over ripely ever since.
- rudely It rudely put to flight all my exalted thoughts and feelings, and seemed to outrage my very soul.
- solely Walking on the cathedral green one morning, glancing from time to time at the vast building and its various delicate shades of colour, I asked myself why I kept my eyes as if on purpose away from it most of the time, now on the trees, then on the turf, and again on some one walking there-why, in fact, I allowed myself only an occasional glance at the object I was there solely to look at.
- vilely His rage was not leveled at the cur who had so vilely misused her, but against the young wife who had committed the crime of deserting her husband.