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  • beating the game
  • beautifyings
  • deface The walls of the temple of Imhotep had originally been completely covered with pictures of the gods, and hieroglyphic inscriptions; but the smoke of reeking hearths had long since blackened them, fanatical hands had never been wanting to deface them, and in many places they had been lime-washed and scrawled with Christian symbols or very unchristian mottoes, in Greek and the spoken dialect of the Egyptians.
  • efface But time cannot efface from the orbit of the comet the effect which the disturbance of Mercury has actually accomplished.
  • face This was something for a man to face.
  • farce "For the present, madam," said Hilton, with a return of his anger; "but if you will take my advice, you will end this sorry farce at once.
  • most fairspoken
  • most fairweather
  • polltaker
  • reface
  • ricefield
  • surface They seemed to be about four or five feet under the surface.
  • teacher-in-training
  • vivace Then we parted, and there was a fuss with Vivace, who had to be taken up in my arms, or he would have choked himself with his collar, in his desperate struggles to get free.
  • wafers Two other special means has Punch adopted with the view of pleasing his constituents and confounding his enemies, exclusive of the mock Mulready envelope known as the "Anti-Graham Envelope" and the "Wafers," which are elsewhere referred to.
  • waffle If he saw a girl buying flowers, or a boy giving a copper coin for a waffle, he talked roughly to them for wasting money.
  • waifs In her house-shoes, without hat or umbrella, she flew along the streets, splashing through the mud and puddles, followed by foul epithets from homeless night-waifs in dark doorways.
  • wallace I walked home every night from Ballycraigie with Jamie Wallace, and Jamie was the best-dressed working man in the town.
  • warfare Such a warfare is the one most fitted for militia and the most dreaded by regular troops.
  • warsaw I was with him at Warsaw.
  • wayfarer Why not, upon the precedent of our ancient Arabian friend, Es-Sindibad of the Sea, summon to the feast some chance wayfarer?
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