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- chiding The first flattery and the subsequent chiding clashed in his elated soul, and caused him to deem himself one of the blest suddenly overhauled by an inspecting angel and found wanting: or, in his own more accurate style of reflection, 'What a rattling fine woman this is, and what a deuce of a fool she must think me!
- dying He gave it the name of The Dying Negro. Seems the whole world must be dying All the children who go hungry How much food we could be buying – The Needle's Eye by Unknown Author
- readying I took a long, misty breath of the moist air and clicked open the case holding the Betacam, readying myself to take it out the minute we got inside.
- shading But on a certain occasion of festivity it was necessary to lay down on this pavement a square carpet of the largest dimensions possible, and I have shown in the illustration by dark shading the largest dimensions that would be available.
- shadowing "The smell of this tree's detestable," he said, glancing at the shadowing hawthorn.
- shedding Then followed a few flashes of lightning, during which the horse-hairs were removed, lights were brought in, and the king, deeply moved and shedding silent tears, escorted from the building.
- sheeting He looked long at his wasted hands laid on the coarse cotton sheeting.
- shouting No sort of order, only a great shouting and noise, as in the butchers' meeting-house at home.
- shutting She had not been well for some time, but she had not trembled as now at the opening and shutting of a door.
- Chatting Katrina, calm and unconcerned, walked along, chatting with one of their neighbours.
- Eddying While far on the opposite side Floats another shield on the tide, Like a jewel set in the wide Sea-current's eddying ring.
- Shying She was always shying at something.
- Tidying Fatigue consisted of two things: One-"Tidying up the Camp," which was a comprehensive term and meant folding up everyone's bonnet covers and putting them in neat piles near the mess hut, collecting cotton waste and grease tins, etc.
- Toadying It is true he would quake at times in the majestic company of the heroes of the Sixth Form, but without hanging his head or toadying.
- Staying Then where in the world is she staying now?"
- charting I have sailed and paddled for days at a time over the watercourses of South Florida, with a compass before me and a pad at hand on which every change of course was noted and distances estimated, and although no attempt at accurate charting has ever been made, I am quite sure that none of the natural features or products of the country traversed by the young explorers have been misrepresented in the book.