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  • airy The artist has studied his subject for four years, and at last presents us with a series of pictures having all the charm of tone and the minute fidelity to nature which were the praise of the Dutch school of painters, but with a higher sentiment, a more refined humor, and an airy elegance that recalls the better moods of Watteau.
  • array Again she refrained, afraid to array herself apparently on the side of his enemies.
  • awry Not finding, when he most needed it, such a theory even in the New Testament-for he had been diligently taught to read it awry-Mr Cupples took to jesting and toddy; but, haunting the doors of Humour, never got further than the lobby.
  • berry "I thought," said I, "this young lady's name was Berry.
  • carry I carry no fire-arms,"-and walked on.
  • cry But what have I done to cry about?
  • curry The latter, who was instinctively honest, and who never stooped to curry favor with any one, must have found it difficult to treat Lady Kingsborough with a deference she did not feel, but which her subordinate position obliged her to show.
  • dory You couldn't see room for a dory, looking at 'em end on.
  • dray I did all that I could to render his mind easy on every point, and allowed him to select the most quiet and steady bullocks for the dray he was to occupy; together with the most careful driver in the party.
  • dry The eyes are dry that wept for him in Spain.
  • err "You err in the other direction," she remarked to Vernon.
  • ferry Set out with my Lady all alone with her with six horses to Dagenhams; going by water to the Ferry.
  • frey
  • fry
  • furry The Hermit was lying on his bunk-a splendid old figure in his dress of soft furry skins, but with a certain helplessness about him that brought Norah's heart into her mouth.
  • grey
  • harry
  • hurry
  • jerry
  • lorry
  • marry
  • merry
  • orr
  • parry
  • perry
  • prey
  • pry
  • ray
  • sari
  • say
  • scary
  • scurry
  • serb
  • sere
  • serf
  • serra
  • sherry
  • sir
  • sire
  • sky
  • slurry
  • sly
  • sore
  • sorry
  • sort
  • soy
  • sperry
  • spray
  • spry
  • spy
  • starry
  • stay
  • story
  • stray
  • sty
  • sure
  • surly
  • surrey
  • surya
  • tarry
  • terry
  • trey
  • try
  • urey
  • usury
  • very
  • worry
  • wry
  • Barry
  • Larry
  • Rory
  • Roy
  • Spiry
  • Gerry
  • Kerry
  • Garry
  • Sara
  • Ry
  • RR
  • ARR
  • SLR
  • SRO
  • BRR
  • RWY
  • SECY
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