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  • asking "No. That's asking too much. In such a position, that on this unmasking, His consent was the last thing the men thought of asking. – Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • easing And if the rate ascends, the question of easing it down to suit the discontinuance of prosperity agitating our exchequer-whose demand is for fixity-perplexes us further.
  • issuing The sun was issuing from the waves and mounting upwards.
  • sang Emilia sang in the drawing-room.
  • sink I sink, I fly!
  • snug "Looks snug and tight," Stan said.
  • song Let there be song and dance to-night.
  • sung At his funeral one of his own hymns was sung.
  • sunk And I've made up my mind, no matter whether ships are to be sunk or what is to happen, I will never do that thing again, and I don't want you ever to expect it of me."
  • unsung For the heroes of one department of an army in the field live and die unsung.
  • ursine It was a rather eccentric-looking person who spoke; somewhat ursine in aspect; sporting a shaggy spencer of the cloth called bear's-skin; a high-peaked cap of raccoon-skin, the long bushy tail switching over behind; raw-hide leggings; grim stubble chin; and to end, a double-barreled gun in hand-a Missouri bachelor, a Hoosier gentleman, of Spartan leisure and fortune, and equally Spartan manners and sentiments; and, as the sequel may show, not less acquainted, in a Spartan way of his own, with philosophy and books, than with woodcraft and rifles.
  • using The gypsies drew together near the fire and talked in low tones, using the language which Mary could not understand: after a minute the woman came back to her.
  • Ing I knew he was English by his hollo-ing.
  • USN The US dollar has two codes assigned: USD and USN (next day).
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