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  • aria In place of the aria we have the logos.
  • mari Diebus itaque sub eisdem, regnante in Francia Karolo rege magno ac uictoriosissimo, quedam puella, facie uenusta, sed mente nimis inhonesta, ipsi regi consanguinea, pro quodam quod patrauerat crimine flagiciosissimo, addicta est iudicialiter morti ignominiose; uerum, ob regie dignitatis reuerentiam, igni uel ferro tradenda non iudicatur, sed in nauicula armamentis carente, apposito uictu tenui, uentis et mari, eorumque ambiguis casibus exponitur condempnata.
  • sari Her long silk sari had been gathered about each leg so that it seemed like trousers, and her every step was announced by dense bracelets of bells at her ankles.
  • vary This will vary with both the location and the year.
  • wadi This is difficult to reach from "the plain," and very narrow; and it is what our Arabs called the Wadi Gumran.
  • waif Lottie she still clung to, but I had become a useless waif in the household.
  • wail Still the wail of sorrow sobbed itself out from beneath Azzie's fingers.
  • wain Yet if, perchance, this book of ours Should sometimes make you think of flowers, Orchards and barns and harvest wain, "It was not written all in vain-" So authors used to make their bow, As, Gentle Reader, we do now.
  • wait You may not find him at once, and you will have to wait at Poona, but I shall know when you come.
  • war There was going to be war, and England could not stay out of it.
  • ward They started for ward, for his eyes were closed.
  • ware Louis, another brother, laboured for many years as missionary and deputation of the British Society, and was a minister at Ware, and later at Peckham Rye, London.
  • wares A Phenician vessel laden with all kinds of ornaments lands on an island; after the Phenicians have sold many wares they offer to the queen a necklace of gold and amber, and at the same time they carry off her son, and sell him on another island.
  • warily He looked in warily, then glanced round behind him, and next moment had thrown his leg over the sill and was in the room.
  • warm If a boy has poor parents, who cannot afford to give him much clothing the first year, to keep him warm, he must get these things from me and perhaps he may fall behind, and yet be a very honest boy.
  • warn On the other hand, it is my duty to warn you that anything you say may be used against you."
  • warp To be in debt is to be under obligations to your friends, and it kills off those strong qualities which you naturally possess but which warp when you are catching up.
  • warrior At a word of command from him, the guards moved aside and the huge warrior walked slowly around Smith, examining him from head to foot.
  • wart He had specks on two of his finger-nails; he had a small wart on his little finger; and his fingers were not blunt and uncouth, like that; they were as taper as any lady's in England; that hand is nothing like my son's; you are all blind; yet you must go and blind the only one who had eyes, the only one who really loved him, and whose opinion is worth a straw."
  • wary McAllen's expression grew wary.
  • wearer The blouse in itself was quite a girlish one, and suited its fair wearer to perfection.
  • weary Of this pleasure she never seemed weary.
  • wire Wire was cut yesterday.
  • wiry It was Sir Hugh, with his bulky habit of body, who got blown now and again; as for Captain Waveney, he was a pretty tough subject and wiry.
  • Wore A watch-chain or a ring apart, Hastie's and Pepper's clothes were no better than those I wore.
  • Were If I were you I should tell him the truth.
  • Kari On these Kari fixed his eyes at once, staring at them in the light of the candles that I had lit, as though they were familiar to him.
  • Waring Captain Waring, who was eagerly peering through the branches of another tree close by, laughed as he rejoined, "Only one, my friend."
  • Wars In all wars there have been poets who have written against the enemy, but usually this kind of poetry has been of an inferior order.
  • WII Yuri the only one for me You and I make Nintendo Wii – Yuri the Only One by Leetstreet Boys
  • WWII
  • WAREZ
  • wirier
  • wearier The bedroom door was half an inch open, and through the slit he could catch a glimpse of the clean-shaven face of the doctor, looking wearier and more anxious than before.
  • warier
  • we're An' we're speedin' up.
  • cracked whip
  • dis-guise
  • co-develop
  • headbanger
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