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  • add It is only necessary to add that when I arrived at Green Fancy I met Prince Ugo,-and understood! of little things I forget to add All these little things I will miss so bad – Grateful by lecrae
  • bread The foreshadowing of Christian truth culminates in the fact stated by a Buddhist priest, that bread and wine of mystic meaning are reserved on the altars of many among the forty subdivisions of Buddhism. In the buttons, in the bread. Every day a little sting In the heart and in the head, Every move and every breath – Every Day A Little Death by Unknown Author
  • dread The rejection of this Act arose, I believe, neither from the parsimony nor the poverty of the freeholders, but from a dread of introducing into the kingdom that system which has been denominated the nightmare of England, the poor's rates." Beyond all confines of old ethnic dread. Vainly the Jew might wag his covenant head: – The Symphony by Sidney Lanier
  • rad "Jes' stay out dere on de stair an' res' yo'self," said Rad.
  • radar He sat before a group of radar screens, with thigh grips across his legs to hold him in his chair. I got the radar I can see so far – Poison Eye by Chris Cornell
  • radio You and Geraldine were listening to the radio in the parlor, over there. I'll sing it on the radio I want the whole world to know – Sweet Heaven by Unknown Author
  • raid We could be free out of the shade Your life has begun Come on let's run over the ground in an air raid We've got the gun, don't be afraid – When She's Gone by electronic
  • rand With a paintbrush in his hand He painted twenty houses Between Elmhurst Road and Rand And as he washed on up – Picasso by Jennifer Onesto
  • rat And the dragon had flung him into the ditch like a rat!
  • read And, for that I was letter'd, there I read The statutes whole of Love's Court and hail: The first statute that on the book was spread, Was, To be true in thought and deedes all – Court of Love, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • reader The cult leader, result needer, the skull and bones bleeder The chrome heater, the soul eater, the tome reader – Cult Leader by Non Phixion
  • ready Let 'em come cause we'll be ready, Hangin' tight and holdin' steady. – Forbidden Love by Unknown Author
  • rear Wiggle to the front, wiggle to the rear, Wiggle `til you wiggle right out of here, – WIGGLE WIGGLE by Bob Dylan
  • red We want some new garlands for those we have shed,-- And these are white roses in place of the red. – The Boys by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • redo She's the one who. She's the one you, undo, redo. – Undo, Redo by naked ape
  • reed Some say love, it is a river that drowns the tender reed. Some say love, it is a razor, that leaves the heart to bleed. – The Rose by Paul McDermott
  • reedy To his sleep went Hiawatha, And Nokomis to her labor, Toiling patient in the moonlight, Till the sun and moon changed places, Till the sky was red with sunrise, And Kayoshk, the hungry sea-gulls, Came back from the reedy islands, Clamorous for their morning banquet.
  • regard
  • reid The next morning, when the letters came from the post office, there was one from Mr. Reid.
  • rend For a Boar of Cornwall shall arise and rend them, and trample their necks beneath his feet.
  • reward Reward him in some better fate, this youth of the tender heart, of the great regard!
  • rid He is a very old friend, and he was rather hard to get rid of.
  • road This is not our right road.
  • rod Every additional rod he was forced to go more slowly, and take more time in order to find any sign of his enemy's passage through the forests.
  • ruddy For the most part their color is a very pale yellow, but occasionally one may be found of a decidedly ruddy hue-e.
  • tread Barbara, hearing their tread, looked up.
  • Radii But Leslie's lines are only radii.
  • Reamed
  • Reaped
  • Reared
  • Relaid Mordaunt set off and on his way to the house carefully skirted a spot where a tree had been uprooted and the turf relaid.
  • Remade For the most part, the Chinese, although they occupied an abandoned business district, had remade the houses Chinese fashion, and the Mexicans and Spaniards had added to their houses those little balconies without which life is not life to a Spaniard.
  • Repaid
  • Rued
  • RDA
  • reads
  • readied
  • RD
  • RADS
  • RECD
  • REDS
  • REC'D
  • redid
  • redder
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