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  • aired The best chamber was kept constantly aired, with bouquets of flowers in it, in case the happy pair, "as good as just married," should come suddenly upon her.
  • am true
  • bared Down by the creek-bed, with no audience, he found two boys rolling in a smother of dust and, until he remembered that the hill code of "fist and skull" bars neither shod-toe nor bared tooth, he was shocked at the unmitigated savagery of the combat.
  • bewared
  • Cared I knew that I cared when you-went away!
  • cracked whip
  • dared
  • dis-favors
  • eared They made no answer, but when they returned for the empty dishes they left a couple of dog-eared magazines.
  • Fared Hooker has fared better than his fellows in misfortune.
  • hared
  • Jared
  • Oared Standing by the governor's many-oared barge, to which the young girls now escorted her, she found Orion.
  • Pared "Mamma never pared potatoes, Aunt Hepsy," said Tom boldly.
  • peatland
  • red Upon it, in red letters, were the words: "Do not move!"
  • Tared
  • varied But their effect upon her never varied-never weakened.
  • wad Whenever they recommend Huts or Mike's Place or Pat's Place or Joan's and Joe's or any Dinty Moore's, you can just about bet your wad they're dumps."
  • wade Richard bowed to the thick-set busy-looking man, and to his pleasant-faced plump lady, who smiled at him in turn, and then passed on, walking back and passing the Major, who did not see him, but watched the fisherman as he lifted his net, picked out the shrimps, shook it, and plunged it in again to wade on through the calm water, and pushing it before him as he went.
  • Waded Encouraging each other with shouts, they again advanced, and, leaping from their boats, waded through the water and set foot on the sacred soil.
  • Waged The sea is the theatre of naval war; it is the field in which the naval campaign is waged; and, like other fields of military operations, it does not resemble a blank sheet of paper, every point of which is equally important with every other point.
  • Wagered What had he wagered and lost?
  • Waked
  • Waled
  • Waned
  • ward She raised her hand quickly to ward off the blow, and Terence's hand touched the iron crucifix.
  • Warded His frankness of manner, his deferential attention, the art with which he warded off from her the spleen or ill-humour of Mr. Templeton, the cheerfulness that his easy gaiety threw over a very gloomy house, made the poor lady hail his visits and trust in his friendship.
  • warder He was about to ring for the warder when Gurn abruptly stayed him.
  • ware "Well, I can't walk all day-I'm going to Macy's to buy kitchen-ware.
  • wares An artist who has any self-respect ought never to step outside his door to offer his wares to the public, and I advise you to act on this principle.
  • WAREZ
  • warhead The shell we used has an atomic bomb warhead and is on proximity guide.
  • warier
  • warmed Milk should always be warmed to the temperature of the body before feeding.
  • Warned
  • warped If this be long continued or neglected, the bones-which, you will remember, were made by the muscles in the first place-will be warped out of shape.
  • Warred
  • wart Isabelle seemed to sense their adhesion to type, for she finally burst out with: "Wally, I'd like one with a wart on the nose."
  • wary They are mostly magnificent and wary creatures.
  • watered It was on Captain Gray's discovery that the United States Government afterward rested its claim to the whole country watered by the great river, the mouth of which he had discovered.
  • Waved
  • Wavered
  • we'd We'd better start, to be there at eight."
  • we're Oh, we're too far away to do a thing!
  • wearer Its former wearing rather lent it grace than detracted from its value, considering who the wearer was.
  • wearied "I sincerely hope I have not wearied your excellencies," he observed.
  • wed And if, in addition to this, Le should wed Wynnette, all would be well with them and with Mondreer; the old estate would remain in the old name.
  • weed Wal, I put the letter in that pocket, an Weed got it from there.
  • Were
  • Whirred
  • wire Even now the men don't know how they went over that wire.
  • wired I wired congratulations this morning.
  • word No, not one word!
  • Wore
  • worried Another thing worried them.
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