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  • daemon And again the daemon is a power which is assigned to each soul at birth, and which at death conducts it to the eternal world, to receive judgment for its deeds, and perhaps to be condemned to return once more to earth.
  • damon Say no more about it," Judge Damon commanded hastily.
  • demon "Tie me fast to the bed," he said sorrowfully to his wife, "and keep me there, lest this demon of a bird carry me away again as he did last year; a thing which I could never survive a second time.
  • lemon Have you such a thing as a lemon, Miss Rosebury?"
  • mean If you only are, what it would mean?
  • mon O, mon pauvre petit!"
  • seaman You're nobody down here; not even a ordinary seaman.
  • sermon You are thinking out your sermon?
  • vermin I have known some whose charity extended to the vermin on their own bodies."
  • wagon "It's getting rather late and you'll find the wagon fixed up ready.
  • wain They left me then when the gray-hooded Even, Like a sad votarist in palmer's weed, Rose from the hindmost wheels of Phoebus' wain.
  • wan "But there's wan thing Jim's got that no other wan of my b'ys has," she continued.
  • warming "And now I've got a piece of news for you," she said, warming her hands.
  • warn "Yes," said Anthony, "what would you have done to warn us all?"
  • weaken As the numbers of such farmers grow, the city will shrink and weaken, and when the effect has grown sufficiently, the city will perish.
  • wean So having naught left and being by nature one of those who could wean himself from women, which I fear that you are not, Hubert, noting all the misery there is in the world and how those who are called noble whom I hate, grind down the humble and the poor, I turned myself to good works.
  • weapon You're not thinking straight when you try to build the Plan around a single weapon."
  • wen I'll go over ter Fagin's and if he ain't dere I'll tell Mike ter send him over wen he comes in.
  • wham Andrew Mellon – American businessman, philanthropist and politician Andrew Micallef – Maltese painter and musician Andrew Murray – tennis player Andrew Neil – political journalist and broadcaster Andrew OKeefe, Australian TV personality Andrew Provence – American football player Andrew Raycroft – ice hockey player Andy Richter – actor/writer/comedian Andrew Ridgeley – English musician, George Michaels partner in Wham!
  • woman What is a woman?
  • won We won long ago, my boy.
  • women Don't know enough about women to answer that question.
  • Ween N. Boy, go see what does the King, 250 And if there are ladies to be seen, The whole day shall not pass, I ween, In pay and won't pay: no such thing.
  • Ramon When Bartholomew Columbus left Rome for the Indies, he took with him a lay brother of the order of the Hermits of St. Jerome, Ramon Pane by name, a Catalan by birth, a worthy but credulous and ignorant man.
  • seamen And besides, here are five experienced seamen on board, and I say, let's try the parsons."
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