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  • arch I've seen your flag on the marble arch But love is not a victory march – Hallelujah by ELISA
  • ash Calls them and they answer: from aisles of oak and ash Rings the Follow! Follow! and the boughs begin to crash; – Sherwood by Alfred Noyes
  • awash
  • bash Sally's was pinned on sideways, and she had to bash it down on her head every now and then to prevent its coming off.
  • cash "The plan seemed fair: I gave him cash, Nay, every penny I could raise. My wife e'er cried, `'Tis rash, 'tis rash:' How could I know the stock-thief's ways? – The Hard Times In Elfland by Sidney Lanier
  • dash I heard the distant waters dash, I saw the current whirl and flash, – Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • gash By Sidney and Clifford Lanier. O wish that's vainer than the plash Of these wave-whimsies on the shore: "Give us a pearl to fill the gash -- – A Sea-Shore Grave. To M. J. L. by Sidney Lanier
  • harsh
  • hash When they lay down to sleep Nella took a knife from a cupboard and made a hash of them in a trice.
  • lash Jeffrey threw his trunk upon the sled and bent to lash it down safe.
  • marsh By night the marsh was deserted.
  • marshy It is found in marshy or swampy lowlands and is formed largely of plant remains.
  • mash Then with your Ladle break them into Mash and Pulpe, incorporated with the water; letting all boil half an hour longer, that the water may draw into it self all the vertue of the Apples.
  • nash Where are you hurt, Nash?
  • rash The trucks wheeled through, and Gordon dropped back to let scout trucks go ahead and pick off any rash enough to head for the call boxes.
  • sash He had seen it in flying by, and now stood hopping back and forth along the window sash, uncertain whether to come in or not.
  • swash There was no boisterous swash-bucklering savagery about these.
  • wabash One might have passed this portage so difficult to discern, as La Salle did, and yet have found another way to the lower Mississippi, with a short portage from this same stream to the Wabash River.
  • war Nothing of the war in all this.
  • ward His language and manner, as he himself admitted, had been so violent that he was not allowed to enter the ward where Mannion lay.
  • ware The widow rose in a state of extreme agitation and rustled about the room to the hazard of all ware under a certain stability.
  • warm It's somethin' or other warm enough to-day, an' I'll go home.
  • warn Tell him that he can pay when he likes, but warn him not to play this evening.
  • warp We had no psychologists in those days to tell us that pressures would warp a kid's brain.
  • warsaw He said no more, but suddenly, as you know, I found him on the platform of the Warsaw station.
  • warship Then he had a warship of his taken, and loaded with dead men and weapons, had it carried out to sea, the rudder shipped, the sail drawn up, the fir-tree wood set alight, and a bale-fire made on the ship.
  • wart
  • wary
  • wash
  • washer
  • washy
  • watch
  • waugh John Waugh Drysdale, Store-keeper.
  • ways
  • welsh
  • whoosh
  • wish
  • Was
  • Walsh
  • Marsha
  • Wars Wars are usually unnecessary and do more harm than good, for they result in the loss of the strongest and best men.
  • wears
  • VARS
  • warmish
  • actuations
  • dis-guise
  • adrenin
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