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  • all hearts
  • between rock and a hard place
  • bombardings
  • lyly In 1580 appeared the second part, Euphues and his England, and six editions of the whole work were printed before 1598. Lyly had many imitators.
  • rally Count Morynski might rally from the effects of his wounds and long confinement, but the defeat of that cause, to which he had dedicated his life, was a blow but too likely to prove mortal.
  • readily She readily agreed to let her remain, and also to bring her up the next morning, that Miss Pemberton might see her and form her own opinion about the child.
  • real Then I returned to my real work.
  • realer
  • reality He knew that in reality Nance's heart was not with him, but over the river with Dick and the nurse.
  • really Is she not really your child?"
  • realm It is possible to attach the name of ethics, and we have seen the same to be true of logic, either to a realm of ideal truth or to that realm wherein the ideal is realized in humanity.
  • realty Unless expressly excepted, however, insurance covers those things which have been so annexed as to become a part of the realty but none others.
  • Reapply
  • recall It was not the first time I had seen him, yet I could not recall the circumstances in which we had met.
  • regally He placed her regally, with an old thorn for support and canopy; and then he stood a moment beside her gazing westward.
  • Reilly
  • relay Nothing could be more gracious than the manner and looks of the Marquis; and, as I still thanked him, the carriage suddenly stopped in front of the place where a relay of horses awaited us, and where, as it turned out, we were to part.
  • relays Relays of girls continued this exercise for two or three hours, until all were exhausted, and then flesh of the whale, caught the preceding summer, was handed round by children, and washed down by floods of raw whisky, which brought the entertainment to a close for that night.
  • rely "Rely upon me, Don.
  • reply "No," was the reply.
  • royally O house of Priam, palace, closing on high-sounding hinge, I have seen thee, guarded by a barbaric host, with carved and deep-fretted roof, with ivory and gold royally adorned.
  • slyly They'd ask him, slyly, what guarantee he had that any E would be listening if they did produce a review of the Eden complex, knowing he could give no such guarantee.
  • sucking face
  • unsacrificing
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