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  • cuddle Cuddle up close, and let's comfort you.
  • fuddle Well, when these brave fellows did come at their times to this tippling-house, as they cal lit, to fuddle and make merry, then must Ned be called out; and because his father was best acquainted with Ned, and best knew how to provoke him, therefore he would usually ask him such questions, or command him such business, as would be sure to provoke him indeed.
  • huddle As I saw it this morning through the smoke of gun-fire and a wet mist it was less than I had seen before, a week or two ago, with just one ruin there-the ruin of its church-a black mass of slaughtered masonry and nothing else, not a house left standing, not a huddle of brick on that shell-swept height.
  • muddle Old heads only muddle young hearts.
  • puddle Four or five miles up the Congaree road, there is a remarkably boggy pond, still the dread of travellers; the cavalry had passed through it, twice or thrice in the course of the day; and it was now become a filthy puddle; but into this did the men as soon as they arrived, throw themselves headlong, over the shoulders of each other, and drink with an avidity which seemed insatiable.
  • sadden "I had some work to do here," said he, "and then, too, my gloomy ideas cane back to me, and I didn't want to go and sadden you all."
  • saddle Have you any idea what it means to saddle yourself with a child like this?
  • saddler There had seemed so much that she might never know, could never ask; it would not be necessary with the saddler.
  • sidle Sharp shadows showed, and the horses, pricking their ears, began to dance and to sidle away from it as we passed along its southern edge.
  • sodden The sky is black, the earth is sodden,- My heart is anxious for her danger.
  • stael By mistake, a bundle of this production was given to the porter of Madame de Talleyrand, and a copy was handed to each visitor, even to Madame de Genlis and Madame de Stael, who took them without noticing their contents.
  • steel "And he's as true as steel.
  • sudden Carpenter turned with sudden wonder.
  • suede Esmeralda presented Bridgie with a card of hat-pins; Bridgie had knitted woollen gloves for the boys, and the most exciting presentations were those which Mademoiselle had thoughtfully brought with her-dainty lace ties for the sisters, which were received with a rapture almost too great for words, and the grey Suede gloves which were Jack's happy inspiration.
  • sutler They had gone the way of the sutler, which was a tasty way, strewn with bright-labelled, but aged, canned goods.
  • Sadder Bertrand Ballard left the studio more confused in his mind, and yet both sadder and wiser then he had ever been in his life.
  • sodded Amy longed for a stroll, but even with the protection of rubber boots she found that the departing frost had left the sodded meadow too wet and spongy for safety.
  • most absinthal
  • suddenly "Do sit down," said Mary suddenly.