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  • barn No, there's another thing he spoke about and that is the barn.
  • darn Hearing and believing this story, Rahal Ragnor hired the girl, taught her how to sew, how to mend and darn and in many ways use her needle.
  • earn There were no men on Mr. Grierson's estate who could fill up a boat with him, the men that he had previously been going with having joined another crew; and therefore he had to go to some other place where he could earn something.
  • tarn Into Aill flows a burn, the Headshaw burn, where there used to be good fish, because it runs out of Headshaw Loch, a weed-fringed lonely tarn on the bleak level of the tableland.
  • vain He was vain enough to think she would not.
  • van We sailed from hence, and arrived at Van Diemen's Land after a pleasant passage of six days.
  • wagon R59401. The covered wagon.
  • wain But follow, now, as I would fain go on, For quivering are the Fishes on the horizon, And the Wain wholly over Caurus lies, And far beyond there we descend the crag.
  • waken He must waken Matilda; he must-but there he paused.
  • wan If they don't like wan thing, show 'em another.
  • wane Sailor Jack spoke with unusual warmth, and if Marcy's patriotism had been on the wane, his brother's earnest words would have infused new life and strength into it.
  • war John J. Wilson, Secretary of War.
  • ward He stretched out a trembling hand, as if he would ward her off.
  • ware The white mansion had not yet been devoted to any other purpose when the owner determined to offer the spacious empty rooms of the ware house to his nephews, the sculptors Hermon and Myrtilus, for the production of two works with whose completion he associated expectations of good fortune both for the young artists, who were his nephews and wards, and himself.
  • warm I asked him if he wouldn't ride over an' warm up the house t'day-and I see there's a smoke, all right."
  • warn But I warn you, Freke, if you remain here much longer, I shall use all the influence in my power to get you out of this house.
  • warner Only those who knew Henry Warner intimately gave him credit for many admirable qualities he really possessed-so full was he of fun.
  • warp Not another ship touched the system till the warp-lines were discovered."
  • warren Among the crowd were Gerald Lovell and his friend Charles Warren.
  • wart At evening there was no sign of a village and when one of the men brought in another small wart hog the rest scattered and collected more wild nuts and berries.
  • wary Let Strong sleep; she is not to blame for permitting her charge to escape, and she will be more wary in future."
  • wayne "The meaning that I find," replied Ashton-Kirk, "lies in the fact that the pictures violently used were those of General Wayne only.
  • wean By degrees wean her from the box, and teach her to go out of doors.
  • wear You would find it too warm for ordinary wear.
  • wen Do you remember what Lamb said of Barry Cornwall's wen on the nape of his neck?
  • when And when asked "How?"
  • win Now came the fight to stay away, and I found it just as hard to win as the other.
  • won Indeed, Evie seemed quite won over.
  • worn "Don't you see he'd want to put it back again so that you couldn't say that someone had taken it and worn it?
  • yarn "I've heard all your yarn, my boy, an' can imagine a good many things you didn't tell.
  • Ween The oak tree rustled its leaves of green To the little stream below; "'Tis only a snowbank's tears, I ween, Could talk to a monarch so.
  • Vern
  • Wanna We can take the plane 'cause your parents don't wanna They roll there blunts with your marijuana – Apologize by hollywood undead
  • Wars The morning was bright and calm, suggesting ideas of peace; nevertheless my thoughts could not be turned from the contemplation of war, and as I wandered hither and thither, looking out for reminiscences of former wars, I thought of the curiously steady way in which human history repeats itself.
  • warns
  • NAAN
  • dis-guise
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