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  • irons I wondered whether Dubois had put Hoolan and the rest in irons when he discovered how they had behaved.
  • rein When he was only a horse's length away, he drew rein and looked at them.
  • reins They would then begin to discuss among themselves, whether they were not as well able to govern the state as those who actually held the reins .
  • res "I told your Majesty what I thought," M. Decres replied, with dignity, "but it did not please you to listen to me.
  • rings He recognized the place as one he had often heard of as dangerous for shepherds, because of the rings .
  • rinse Rinse a pan with cold water, pour in the mush, smooth the top with hand or spoon wet in cold water, and let stand in a cold place twelve hours.
  • risen His voice had risen , and I put up my hand to warn him.
  • Rains 12. If it rains rain, I stay at school.
  • Ines Even the dreaded presence of U.S. Marines would not hold the negro barbarians back, if they knew.
  • liens The law on debt liens is mighty mixed, but I figure that the man who can keep hold has the best of it.
  • runs When Jack runs me down, she takes the blame again.
  • ripens If fruit is plucked, a flower quickly follows and another cluster ripens ,-Nature is inexhaustible.
  • sirens And there's Spinelli, the sculptor, who has a commission for a big group of sirens , for a fountain.
  • wrens Besides the wrens , many other birds visit the wood-pile-sparrows are perpetually coming, and on the retired side towards the meadow the robins build their nests.
  • rends Another Chief, followed by the voices of the assembly, repeated, in a low deep tone, which fell on our ears as distinctly as the loudest trumpet-note in the midst of absolute silence, the solemn imprecation- "Who denies a brother's need, Who in will, or word, or deed, Breaks the Circle's bounded line, Rends the Veil that guards the Shrine, Lifts the hand to lips that lie, Fronts the Star with soothless eye:-.
  • rents 692. Does he collect the rents on the property?
  • ruins Rynason could see the pass through which she had been flying, but there was no movement there; it took him several seconds to see the low ruins off to the right, and the figures moving through them.
  • grins I wondered what step she'd take, an' the breakfast-table grins an' rose-bud and buggy-ride proposition showed her hand.
  • renews A mutual recognition and deep-lying affinity not only at first forms but for ever renews and maintains the bond between Christ and the Christian.
  • reigns "I ask if your grief-without your knowing it, perhaps-may not have been revived by the happiness which reigns around you?
  • rinds Within, the rooms were strewn with green rushes, and hung with green cloths on which Margaret had embroidered all the flowers and berries in their seasons, from the first small violets blue and white to the last spindle-berries with their orange hearts splitting their rosy rinds .
  • rhinos I roll up bleezy and hit it like a high note My skin tough as a rhinos – Big Screen by wiz khalifa
  • miens
  • rinks Huge masses of ice, crashing among themselves, and making navigation perilous and sometimes impossible, descending the stream at a rapid rate; docks and slips frozen in; the riggings and shrouds of great ships covered with icicles, and the decks ready for immediate use as skating-rinks.
  • runes
  • wrings My tears, my anguish, my remorse for falsehood- These are the joys that he wrings from our despair!
  • roans A pair of beautiful roans pulled up suddenly beside him, and a little figure with a waving hand bent to him from a carriage.
  • absurdnesses
  • addlepates
  • allimportant
  • cop-out
  • covenances
  • formalisms
  • garrote-garrotting
  • inearthed
  • inearthing