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  • also 9321. Do you also find that the quality of the meal better there?
  • wale One day he came before the king, And kneeld low on his knee A boon a boon my good uncle, I crave to ask of thee "At our lang wars i' fair Scotland I lang hae lang'd to be If fifteen hunder wale wight men You'll grant to ride wi' me."
  • wales R60289. Don Pedro I. R63785. H.R.H. Prince of Wales.
  • walesa
  • wall Why not climb over the wall? Take me and give me your all – Tunnel Of Love by Unknown Author
  • wallow With some new idears for my peers to wallow in But what I brought to the table is hard to swallow in – Move by John Reuben
  • ways I had the notion that you'd make me change my ways My bad habits would be gone in a matter of days – All Hail the Heartbreaker by the spill canvas
  • wells
  • wilson Wilson wouldn't think of causing so much trouble.
  • Was Don't you think it was Roy?
  • Halos They have put away their halos, dropped their saintly prefix, and it is exceedingly improbable that they will ever want them again.
  • Waldo Mrs Stuart had been an Emerson-in some remote way her family claimed relationship with Ralph Waldo.
  • Walsh Fifteen-sixteen of those springs," Miss Walsh was murmuring again, "and such appleblossom.
  • Wallis The last twenty years of Hobbes's life, spent in repeated discomfiture at the hands of Seth Ward, Wallis, Boyle, and other scientific experts of the new Royal Society, certified conclusively to the failure of this enterprise, and the experimental specialist thereupon took exclusive possession of the field of natural law.
  • Wills On deeds, wills, and other similar documents the paper cost from 35 cents to $37.50 per sheet, according to the value of the property concerned.
  • Wars "Were I ever in the wars?
  • Whales There are as a rule about as many whales as salmon in the Persian Gulf.
  • weals The days glided by; the weals on my face changed colour and began to fade, while the cut on my head grew less painful.
  • wails The wind wails its threnody for Fumat.
  • walks Monday, September 6, 1915. I have been for two walks to-day, first with one of the doctors, and then with one of the sisters, the first walk since I was ill.
  • walls The four walls were nearly covered with books, all of them of the dryest and most serious kind.
  • awls They were not so smooth nor so round as the awls she had made of bird's bones.
  • wallows He falleth to the ground and wallows, foaming!
  • vials Vases and jars of every kind, amulets of various forms, spices and balsams in vials and boxes, little images in burned clay of the gods and of men, of which none but the Egyptians knew the allegorical meaning, stood in long rows on low wooden shelves.
  • wiles After a while he heard the door close and then the tension was somewhat relaxed, for he knew that she was keeping his presence in her cabin a secret with all the wiles of a clever and loving woman.
  • vales Blossom of branches, and on each high hill Clear air and wind, and under in clamorous vales Fierce noises of the fiery nightingales, Buds burning in the sudden spring like fire, The wan washed sand and the waves' vain desire, Sails seen like blown white flowers at sea, and words That bring tears swiftest, and long notes of birds Violently singing till the whole world sings- I Sappho shall be one with all these things, With all high things for ever; and my face Seen once, my songs once heard in a strange place, Cleave to men's lives, and waste the days thereof With gladness and much sadness and long love.
  • wheals
  • am at the head of
  • am favorite
  • am given ones due
  • am in cahoots
  • am in cahoots with
  • am of same mind
  • am off the mark
  • am significance
  • am smitten by
  • am smitten with
  • being negligent
  • below line
  • best parts
  • better than nothing
  • bettered oneself
  • blow out proportion
  • bluecollar
  • bound by
  • break out in a sweat
  • dis-enthralls
  • dis-enthrals
  • dis-guise
  • fored
  • getting back on one feet
  • give grounds for
  • inter-blends
  • is at disposal
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