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  • festal He was next employed by one of the festal companies of the age, called the Company of the Diamond, to design cars, banners, and costumes for a triumphal procession in honour of Leo X.'s elevation to the papal chair; and he organised a very suggestive array of the ages of man, illustrated historically.
  • pistil Another one told him that perhaps he'd better keep a little shady; that are chap that had got the mittin was praowlin' abaout-with a pistil,-one o' them Darringers,-abaout as long as your thumb, an' fire a bullet as big as a p'tatah-ball,-'a fellah carries one in his breeches-pocket, an' shoots y' right threugh his own pahnts, withaout ever takin' on it aout of his pocket.
  • recital "My mother is comin' to the recital, but she ain't got no fixin's.
  • testily "Now," said Borla testily, with no small degree of impatience.
  • varsity The final scrimmage before the Morgan's School contest was on Friday and the Varsity had no trouble scoring twice in twenty minutes of actual playing time.
  • vastly This seemed vastly to amuse him.
  • versatile The human mind is, however, versatile, and before morning we had cause to change our ideas, and several of us already wished ourselves again at home!
  • versatility His proverbial industry made him as successful in the counting house as at the press-showing a rare versatility of talent.
  • versed I do not believe any person can consider himself well versed in the teachings unless he has studied it thoroughly.
  • vesicle
  • vessel
  • vest He had a white shirt and a white vest."
  • vesta Vesta, an Asteroid, is about 500 miles in diameter.
  • vestal From hence he traveled on, and came to a great city, where, upon his arrival, he understood there was a great and solemn procession, in order to shut up a young woman against her will among the vestal-nuns.
  • vested But after a while when the Church here got more thoroughly established and began to put on strength we find that its growing devotion demanded the restoration of the vested choir.
  • vestige He warmly approved of the Declaration of Independence and every measure calculated to advance the cause of Liberty and drive from our shores the last vestige of British power.
  • vestigial
  • vestry
  • visit
  • visiting
  • visitor
  • vistula After some skirmishes of little moment the Russians retired behind the Vistula, and Murat took possession of the Polish metropolis on the 28th of November.
  • vital
  • Varietal
  • Vesting
  • varsities
  • vestals
  • visits
  • freeflowing
  • formal-sector
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