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  • gamin "Of course, no self-respecting ornithologist will condescend to enlarge his list by counting in the English sparrow - too pestiferous to mention," writes Mr. H. E. Parkhurst, and yet of all bird neighbors is any one more within the scope of this book than the audacious little gamin that delights in the companion ship of humans even in their most noisy city thoroughfares?
  • main Then you saw him stop me on Main Street yesterday?
  • min The watchword to the old min is-fork.
  • vain It is all in vain!
  • van When I described you to Dr. Van de Vliet, I could tell he was very excited.
  • varmint What possessed you to buy such a varmint as that?
  • vein When the physician was gone, he constructed the chemical in the vein of his left wrist, and in less than a minute he felt the surging pleasure of his re-awakened faculties.
  • vermin "I wonder why such vermin was made.
  • villain There is not a bigger villain to be found than he is in these parts."
  • vim So Red Shirt and Clown were fishing fertilisers with vim and vigor.
  • violin The condition is this: you are to accompany my piano on the violin.
  • vitamin I'm so sick of these vitamin pills of theirs I never want to see one again.
  • wain But since their oxen were not brought up in time from the field, the young men, barred from all else by lack of time, submitted themselves to the yoke and drew the wain, their mother being borne by them upon it; and so they brought it on for five-and-forty furlongs, 28 and came to the temple.
  • warming It is better to take it warm, but sometimes people take it just as well without warming.
  • woman "Some old woman would do for me, I suppose," he replied.
  • Aiming The Governor, flattering himself that he had gained the very point at which he was aiming, bidding his prisoner be of good cheer, withdrew.
  • Maiming "'The General Aide de Camp,'" Jacqueline quoted reverently, "'will keep the people from the Imperial coach, but without maiming them.
  • Vamping Most amateurs call this process "vamping the part."
  • Visaing
  • image-makers The image-makers of the thirteenth century had not always taken into account the ideas expressed by their precursors; they had repeated them, expressing them from their own point of view in their personal tongue; thus, for instance, they had introduced a second version of the signs of the seasons and of the zodiac.
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