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- array In his court dress and brilliant array of orders, he was certainly a very distinguished-looking figure. With all thy numerous array And take thy lovely daughter home : And he will meet thee on the way With all his numerous array – Christabel by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- awry One of these ingenious marauders, after vainly attitudinising in front of a chained watch-dog, that was lazily gnawing a bone, and after fruitlessly endeavouring to divert his attention by dancing before him, with head awry and eye askance, at length flew away for a moment, and returned bringing a companion which perched itself on a branch a few yards in the rear. Now, since the dew-plashed road of morn is dry, Forth venture odors of more quality And heavenlier giving. Like Jove's locks awry, Long muscadines – Corn. by Sidney Lanier
- carry I had my horses put into my carriage, and hastened to carry this good news to M. de Chavigni. When my legs no longer carry And the warm wind chills my bones I reach for Mother Mary And I shall not walk alone – I Shall Not Walk Alone by Ben Harper
- harry "By the Lord Harry, I'll have the best of James Bansemer yet. so prithee do not tarry but if i do, it's up to you to let me dance with harry – Skip to My Lou by Unknown Author
- marry And the very gray breeks o' Tam Glen! Come counsel, dear Tittie, don't tarry; I'll gie ye my bonie black hen, Gif ye will advise me to marry – Tam Glen by Robert Burns
- tarry The night was already far advanced and glorious with its blazing stars, and they did not tarry long.
- vary As we have seen, his standards vary widely in the different romances.
- war This is war, this thing here.
- ware Mr. Ware passed near him.
- warily "I am very sorry to hear that Mrs. Holymead has been subjected to this annoyance," he said warily.
- warren Warren finally decided that he must act.
- warrior "Well spoken, Four-eyes," said he; "spoken like a son of a warrior."
- Barry Barry Conant is Camemeyer's and 'Standard Oil's' head broker.
- Garry Garry, don't be so touchy.
- ARR Anonymous Melody from a Slovak Hymnal Arr. by N. A. M.