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  • billion If Canada were as thickly populated as the British Isles it would have a billion people.
  • million It should run closer to a million and a half."
  • pillion Brother Fulkerson left his cabin before daylight one morning for the journey to town, riding his old mare, with his daughter on a pillion behind him.
  • purloin I have seen a man stained with every sin, except those which required courage; into whose head I do not think a pure thought has entered for forty years; in whose heart an honorable feeling would droop for very loneliness;-in evil he was ripe and rotten; hoary and depraved in deed, in word, in his present life and in all his past; evil when by himself, and viler among men; corrupting to the young;-to domestic fidelity, a recreant; to common honor, a traitor; to honesty, an outlaw; to religion, a hypocrite;-base in all that is worthy of man, and accomplished in whatever is disgraceful; and yet this wretch could go where he would; enter good men's dwellings, and purloin their votes.
  • salon "This begins to be pleasant," thought I, as the door closed, leaving me alone in the "salon."
  • saloon "I dunno as we're actin' like cowyards, Sir; but just look at 'im," and he pointed at Plummer, who still stood full in the light from the Saloon doorway.
  • silicon Why, the commercial uses to which this silicon water might be put were almost without limit, and the owner of the concession might confidently expect to make millions!
  • sirloin How the layers of fat and lean alternate through rib and sirloin!
  • slain "And one day, when the Princess had been singing to him, he took her harp from her and sang a song of one of his father's battles, a battle which he had seen himself, where Diarmuid had slain hundreds, and Orcur had slain hundreds, and Erin had been kept from her enemies.
  • solon In the day of healing, even if that come in old age, a new life will begin and I shall hear you confess that my friend Solon was right."
  • zillion
  • Sloan
  • Gillion
  • sirloins Fish and fruit and sirloins!
  • soloing
  • innermore
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