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- wages 5259. How are their wages paid?
- wessex "I have enlisted in the 10th Wessex.
- Osages The Osages were our enemies, and I went with my father and many more to fight.
- Wasps "You think so," said a voice from behind a netting on the wall; "but that is because we wall-fruit are so rich and rare, young fingers are forbidden to touch us, while they are allowed to play with you; and besides, we keep a large army of wasps, in bright yellow uniforms, to protect us against thieves.
- Waxes And now, as the day waxes late, we will proceed."
- wags Before Lambert spoke we had to go through a lot of private business, which consisted chiefly of attempts by the college wags to be funny.
- sages On their arrival at his castle, the sages found the children asleep, and observed with attention their infant demeanor.
- wakes The bell wakes me, even in the middle of a dream.
- vases She glanced along a mantelpiece ranged with bronze chariots, silver vases, and china ornaments that were either facetious or eccentric.
- wedges They attacked the prone trunks with axe and saw and iron wedges, Lilliputians rending the body of a fallen giant.
- wagers The inhumanity of such wagers did not rest with him.
- washes "My sister," she informed me, "has four children and washes beautifully.
- usages The object of the fifth book is to explain the formation of our system-of earth, sea, sky, sun, and moon,-the origin of life upon the earth, and the advance of human nature from a savage state to the arts and usages of civilisation.
- wastes Simply from the pouring of the wastes from one or two typhoid fever cases into the streams leading into the water reservoir used by a town, five hundred, a thousand, or even three or four thousand cases of typhoid have developed within a few weeks, with from one hundred to five hundred deaths.
- wasters These wasters are their own worst enemies, though generally found amongst the ranks of those who rail at the injustice of "the world."
- adumbrations Among the hills of the north, at least, they may still be found; in remote mountain valleys and in lonely isles, where life and death are realized actualities and not the mere adumbrations of the pinions of that lonely fugitive, the human mind, along the endless precipices of Time.