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- ended when the madness had ended the gore was too intense to be comprehended – Last Act Of Defiance by exodus
- indeed "I wish indeed she could.
- intend What did you intend to do with them?
- inter This knowledge may never be used, still it will have value as a factor in the child's training, for in our modern life all business is inter-related.
- jointed Woburn politely offered him one, and he applied it to the gas-fixture which extended its jointed arm above an ash dressing-table with a blurred mirror fixed between two standards.
- painted Marcel's brows drew sharply together in alarm at the prospect she painted for him.
- pointed "No." "Stood all the time, and in that room to which you have just pointed?"
- unfed When Hal was fifteen, Lorraine left; and it has to be admitted that the anxious, motherly hearts of the Misses Walton drew a deep breath of relief, and hoped the friendship would now cease, unfed by daily contact and daily mutual interests.
- unwed Already in Spell Land, the story of a Sussex farm where lived two people, driven out of the village because they loved unwed, she had given a hint of her power to see not only man but the earth.
- Inked If any two kinds of ink should be discovered mutually inadhesive, one stone might be employed for two inks; or if the inking-roller for the second and subsequent colours had portions cut away corresponding to those parts of the stone inked by the previous ones, then several colours might be printed from the same stone: but these principles do not appear to promise much, except for coarse subjects.
- Undid It was five minutes to nine when one of them came back and untied my hands, giving himself a start while I undid the rest of the knots.
- be in residence
- being on the move