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- weeded But let that pass: For being impeach'd of murdering my Moor, I am thankful, since, when I shall let the World know, whenever I take the Pains next to appear in Print, of the mighty Theft I have been guilty of; But however for your own Satisfaction, I have sent you the Garden from whence I gather'd, and I hope you will not think me vain, if I say, I have weeded and improv'd it.
- wicked "Very wicked is he to hate any one.
- wickedly On the fourth, as she dashed at him, he struck to be rid of her, cursing wickedly-struck as he would have struck at a man.
- wicket Gabriel went on a few steps further as he saw that the wicket of the doorway was being opened from inside.
- winded When once more he came hounding the buffalo, they were considerably winded.
- Picketed The man in white and his armed attendants came toward the house; the six Calera slavers continued across the yard to where their horses were picketed.
- Ticketed In presence of the illustrious chemist, Francois preserved the silent gravity of a respectful pupil, but when he and Pierre had taken a few steps down the street in silence, he remarked: "What a pity it is that a man of such broad intelligence, free from all superstition, and anxious for the sole triumph of truth, should have allowed himself to be classified, ticketed, bound round with titles and academical functions!
- Wielded He saw that his adversaries, one and all of them, wielded ugly weapons; while his own men had only their light side-arms-some even without arms of any kind.
- wickedest From particulars which Mr. Dupee proceeded to give in relation to the early history of his brother, it would be difficult to decide whether he or Bendigo had the fuller claim to the title of the "wickedest man in Nottingham."