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- ail "They seldom ail," said their mother, who, though country born, was perfectly English in her speech and manners.
- bail I'll go bail he will!
- fail But then the Queen's heart began to fail her.
- hail Right you air; that's whar I hail from last.
- jail The knowledge which I possess upon the art of love I would be glad to give you in this book; but unfortunately, if I were to do so, my book would be suppressed, and I should be sent to jail.
- mail After dinner, the mail, which we had not time to read yesterday, and our home news from the cold North-West.
- nail You have hit the nail right on the head.
- pail Tom asked, as he placed his pail upon the ground.
- rail On being told that the middle school was about four miles away by rail, I became still more discouraged at putting up there.
- sail His words came to her again and again: "Hitherto I have drifted-henceforth I will sail!"
- tail In fact he was all curls, from head to tail.
- waif Paris and Notre Dame de l'Atre have rejected me each in their turn like a waif, and here I am condemned to live apart, for I am still too much a man of letters to become a monk, and yet I am already too much a monk to remain among men of letters."
- wail I'm the most miserable girl-" her voice ended in a wail, and she rocked to and fro upon the couch, sobbing wildly.
- wain A little while after that, he observed on the other side of the Pole-star another beautiful assemblage of stars, which was always opposite to Charles' Wain; this, Mr Barlow told him, was called Cassiopeia's Chair, and this, in a short time, was added to the collection.
- wait I had to wait.
- wall Did she know that he, Davey, her sweetheart, was there against the wall, so full of love for her that he could not move, that he could only gaze at her.
- Gail Let him go back to Gail.
- wails Sturdy sons, with something even in their first crescendo wails that bespoke the good heritage of a father's love-of-life and a mother's life-of-love.