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  • arid Now a land of roses, of the vine, olive, sugar-cane, and cotton, where the orange and lemon plants attain the size of our apple-trees, it was in primeval times an arid depression of the stony and sandy Libyan waste.
  • deride 3. And be it further enacted, that if any person shall assault, strike, beat, or wound, or cause to be assaulted, stricken, beaten, or wounded, any person in the district of Columbia for declining or refusing to accept any challenge to fight a duel, or to engage in single combat with any deadly or dangerous instrument or weapon whatever, or shall, post or publish, or cause to be posted or published, any writing charging any such person so declining or refusing to accept any such challenge to be a coward, or using any other opprobrious or injurious language therein, tending to deride and disgrace such person, for so offending, on conviction thereof in any court competent to trial thereof in said district, shall be punished by confinement to hard labour in the penitentiary for a term not exceeding seven years, nor less than three years, in the discretion of the court.
  • grid The condition shown by the landing-grid suspicions was a case in point.
  • herod Herod or Clepentian, or some blackguard of that description, you understand, and to contrast with him the idea of Christianity.
  • lurid The authorities were already in possession of such separate information as I could give, and now that they would learn from Cunningham how Farnham had never gone to America at all, a very different and more lurid light would be shed upon the past.
  • merit "Or, if he be a favourite, and have friends, it is a proof that he has extraordinary merit ," said Sir Herbert.
  • nereid sea, n. Associated Words: marine, naval, maritime, nautical, Davy Jones, pelagic, pelagian, loom, looming, submarine, ultramarine, rote, frith, estuary, fiord, kraken, Triton, haliography, haliographer, hydrography, thalassography, marinorama, nereid , mirage, nautilus, thalassotherapy.
  • reid For a moment Phil looked at the man, while Jim Reid moved his horse nearer, and the cowboys waited, breathlessly.
  • rid Get rid on 'em any way as smart as ye can, dear; tell Mr. Montenero."
  • varied And the characteristics of the various savage races differ as widely as their varied physiognomy.
  • verdi J., 36. Tschaikowsky, 23, 25, 35, 125, 126, 144. Vaccaj, N., 120, 121. Verdi , 2, 40, 50, 51, 55, 56, 80, 83-86, 106, 108, 111, 112, 115. Veracini, F. M., 7. Viardot, Mme.
  • verity He remembered the story, was confident of its entire verity , and gave a name, which, however, he begged I would submit for verification to an aged notary public in another street, a gentleman of the pure old Creole type.
  • ward After Symonds discovered the pocketbook was missing, he and Doctor Ward searched Goddard's clothing, as well as the room, but found no trace of the book or the despatch."
  • wearied More than one pair of tired eyes looked at her with longing and refreshment as she passed, and more than one pair of wearied lips smiled when she came near.
  • wed If he could in no way have Sidonia, then he would never wed another woman, but remain single and a dead branch for his whole life long.
  • weed Only one was in a simple garb, unlike the others, and she, notwithstanding her weed was clean and fitting, was arrayed in poor, grey home spun.
  • weird From where we are, the prospect is wild and weird , with the white bed of the great lake sweeping nearly the whole southern horizon.
  • weirdo
  • weld
  • wend
  • wired
  • word
  • world
  • worried
  • writ
  • Veered We had not been long under sail, before the wind veered to the N., increasing to a fresh gale, and blowing in squalls, with rain.
  • Warred His language was beautifully chosen, but it had not the ring of utter conviction, of passionate rejection of all that warred with Faith.
  • Were
  • Wendi
  • we'd It is no question of what we'd like to do or dislike.
  • we're And we're glad of it."
  • period The ancient burial-place of the Cantillon family was on an island in Ballyheigh Bay. This island was situated at no great distance from the shore, and at a remote period was overflowed in one of the encroachments which the Atlantic has made on that part of the coast of Kerry.
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23 words made from the letters WERID