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  • age His face seemed five years younger than his age. I guess they finally think we've come of age Singin' through the smoke, strobe lights on the stage – If Ole Hank Could See Us Now by Waylon Jennings
  • ague He excused himself that he had not oftener visited Whitelocke, being hindered by his sickness of an ague, which had held him thirty weeks, and had not yet left him.
  • aug Aug My falsehood I deplore!
  • auger Then the goddess brought him an auger, and he made holes in the logs and joined them with pegs.
  • cause "Cause I've a joke on somebody. Tune it out and find a cause Get it up and tell the world Don't stop, Don't ever pause – Fool's Paradise by Oingo Boingo
  • gauge 290, we take out the gauge and it will appear as in Fig. I'm not afraid I'ma go to work with a gauge And with the help of a barricade I'ma make the front page – Starve Your Fear by twiztid
  • gauze Note also that the gauze soon becomes hot.
  • osage In October, 1871, the agent reported that five hundred whites were on the Osage lands, and actually in possession of the Osage village, while the rightful owners were encamped outside.
  • sac He had heard it so often, that cry in the night, followed by death-like silence; it came from comfortable bourgeois houses, from squalid lodgings, or lonely cul-de-sac, wherever some hunted quarry was run to earth by the newly-organised spies of the Committee of General Security.
  • sag The original Arab turned with a sudden sag of the shoulders and looked helplessly out at the path of silver that stretched across the water below, to the moon, now sunk close to the horizon.
  • saga It was some eight inches long, with a sharp edge on one side, a sharp crooked pick on the other; of the finest steel, inlaid with strange characters in gold, the work probably of some Circassian, Tartar, or Persian; such a battle-axe as Rustum or Zohrab may have wielded in fight upon the banks of Oxus; one of those magic weapons, brought, men knew not how, out of the magic East, which were hereditary in many a Norse family and sung of in many a Norse saga.
  • sage "Not I, silly little fool as I am, and full of whims and fancies; for your sake I'll talk like a sage.
  • sago Machian to Tidore with sago, of which the natives make use instead of bread.
  • sake
  • sang
  • sanger
  • sauce
  • sausage
  • saute
  • savage
  • sedge
  • segue
  • serge
  • siege
  • sludge
  • slug
  • smudge
  • smug
  • snug
  • spurge
  • stage
  • suave
  • sue
  • sugar
  • surge
  • usage
  • vague
  • Sagged
  • Sarge
  • sages
  • sags
  • Hague I can imagine myself at the Hague here."
  • sarges
  • sager
  • saggy
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