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  • berry I went to see them at 10.30 and found Nurse Berry very flushed.
  • ferry He reached South-end Ferry, but hovered about until the gates were on the point of closing.
  • jerry "Jerry-that's Cardillac, you know, Bobby.
  • lorry So incredibly dense was the volume of traffic during the Somme offensive that it is little exaggeration to say that an active man could have started immediately back of the British front and could have made his way to Albert, twenty miles distant, if not, indeed, to the English Channel, by jumping from lorry to wagon, from wagon to ambulance, from ambulance to motor-bus.
  • merry I have had a short life but a merry one.
  • perry Did you see Perry again?
  • scurry General Scurry insisted upon sending his servant to wait upon me, in order that I might become acquainted with "an aristocratic negro."
  • sere Guy's Oak, vast and venerable, with gnarled green boughs below, and sere branches above, that told that its day of fall was decreed at last, rose high from the abyss of the hollow, high and far-seen amidst the trees that stood on the vantage-ground above,-even as a great name soars the loftier when it springs from the grave.
  • serer
  • serra But as I wished to see something of the country, I chose the twelve hours' train journey direct from the capital-and repented my choice; for though the first part of the route was through fine scenery, as we climbed the lofty Serra which stretches for miles along the Brazilian coast, the dust, heat and jolting of the train soon grew almost insufferable.
  • sherry Take up carefully on a platter, and pour one tablespoonful of Sherry over each slice.
  • sierra A sweet young man, who was extremely attentive to us, Charles Haensel, is since gone to Sierra Leone to teach the poor negroes, from a conviction of duty.
  • slurry
  • sore Will you get sore if I ask you something, Fairylin?
  • sorely Jeff had missed her sorely.
  • sorrow This is the last sorrow that can come to me, father.
  • sorry "I am sorry-" "No, no!
  • sperry I suggested, and as Mr. Bryant entered at that moment Sperry acted upon the suggestion.
  • starry From a distant starry name, withdrawn into the abysses of heaven, she would turn again to woman and a wonderful nearness.
  • surrey It is working hard across to the Surrey shore.
  • terry That is, indeed, the home of the American short story, and it has there been brought to such perfection in the work of Miss Wilkins, of Miss Jewett, of Miss Brown, and of that most faithful, forgotten painter of manners, Mrs. Rose Terry Cook, that it presents upon the whole a truthful picture of New England village life in some of its more obvious phases.
  • worry Don't worry about it.
  • Smeary
  • Gerry
  • Kerry Under this last Act the valuation has been continued, as every reader of the country papers must have seen by Mr. Griffith's Notices, and is now complete in twenty counties, forward in six, begun in two, and not yet begun in Cork, Kerry, Limerick, or Dublin.
  • sorer The pilgrim's feet grow sorer the longer he walks.
  • surer
  • sourer They rode that day, nor for aught that had chanced did Messire Thibault show sourer countenance to the lady.
  • de-basements
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