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  • abed "Pretty;" that is one thing all said of her there in Faraway, and they said also with a bitter twang that she loved to lie abed and read novels.
  • added
  • aged
  • aided The construction of about eleven hundred miles of railroad in Iowa was aided by land grants.
  • ate They ate but the flesh of wild animals.
  • awed Graham stole away, awed, and yet with a peace in his heart that he had not known for years.
  • bated Up early, and bated at Petersfield, in the room which the King lay in lately at his being there.
  • coated Above on the gray old tower Stands the sentry house of the town, And a scarlet-coated fellow Goes pacing up and down.
  • date The Comberton one was at the same date believed to be perfect, but whether either or both have now disappeared I cannot say.
  • dated He also shrewdly remarked that it dated from the commencement of her visit at his house.
  • eared I would exclude the eared owls, whose ears are a mere sport of fashion, like the hideous imitations of birds' wings which ladies stick on their hats.
  • eased To the parting cheers of the mackinawed mob on the bank, he eased out into the current and headed her down the Bend.
  • eaten The trouble is I'd be nervous, because one of my young brothers was eaten by a member of your family.
  • eater "Don't worry about that," said the Eater.
  • elated So they turned their backs on the city, elated by the significance of Maria's absence, yet worried by the search and the watchful car which never lost sight of them.
  • faded Again she looked at him, and the colour rapidly faded.
  • fated When the Hind returned from her ill-fated voyage Raleigh was thirty-one years of age and possessed a person at once attractive and commanding.
  • hated This was preaching, and she hated preaching even more than history.
  • hatted In less than a minute Hilda, hatted and jacketed and partially gloved, was crossing the garden.
  • heated In a few seconds these thoughts darted through his heated brain with the speed of lightning.
  • jaded The Hall was packed with women; the young and the jaded; faces of pup-innocence; faces bitten from terrible expeditions to the poles of sense; faces tired and thick from the tread of an orient of emotions; slow-roving eyes which said, "I crave-I crave!
  • mated Trent, as his expert eye noted the various perfection of colour and form amid which the ill-mated lady dreamed her dreams and thought her loneliest thoughts, knew that she had at least the resources of an artistic nature.
  • matted During the day-time the large matted area under the roof has no divisions, and groups of travellers and magos lie about, for every one who has toiled up either side of Kurumatoge takes a cup of "tea with eating," and the house-mistress is busy the whole day.
  • moated Mariana's solitude in the moated grange was as nothing to hers.
  • muted Behind them trailed their flags, and they marched to the soft beat of muted drums all hung with crape.
  • noted Lad women, especially those of Baroda, are noted for their taste in dress.
  • oaten
  • oates
  • parted
  • rutted
  • sated
  • seated
  • suited
  • tate
  • tater
  • ted
  • united
  • untied
  • used
  • ute
  • utter
  • Abated Toward morning the madness of the fever abated somewhat, and he went forth into the air.
  • Acted
  • Aped
  • Baited
  • Batted
  • Boated
  • Butted
  • Carted
  • Cited
  • Darted
  • Dater
  • Doted
  • Equated
  • Feted
  • Gated
  • Gutted
  • Jutted
  • Meted
  • Nutted
  • Oared
  • Ousted
  • Patted
  • Quoted
  • Ratted
  • Rated
  • Sited
  • Toted
  • Urged
  • Utes
  • Vatted
  • Voted
  • Waded
  • Waited
  • ETD
  • orated
  • ACED
  • FARTED
  • TAED
  • kited
  • tatted
  • opted
  • laded
  • catted
  • anted
  • outed
  • upped
  • putted
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