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  • boa Struggle as he would he could not free himself; it was a huge boa-constrictor that was closing about him like bands of iron, and was just about to crush him to death when the lion disappeared and a little boy in a blue serge suit wriggled away, sobbing out: Oh, Mother!
  • boar He had much rather that his boar-hound fight for him, so he issued the summons.
  • goa Though many of the rank in which I was born, would have looked upon mercantile pursuits as wholly derogatory to their dignity, nameless and unknown, I laughed at such prejudices; and soon finding means to bring my talents into notice, I obtained an employment in which I was eminently successful; when one high in power, who had always borne me a deadly enmity, arrived in Goa, and would, I felt confident, recognise me through all the disguises I might assume.
  • noah Now, although there can be no doubt that the above is a very witty story, we can assure our readers that it is not perfectly correct in all respects, inasmuch as there are fine churches, though it is difficult to determine the order of their architecture; and there are palaces and castles, which we do not in history find there were when Noah dwelt upon earth; but we do very strongly suspect that the roads, if there were any, could not have been worse.
  • oar The whole sail was on her, and I could not help myself; for it would have been certain death to quit the steering oar for an instant.
  • oh Oh, how I wanted you!
  • roar Its roar was shaken from height to height.
  • shah Heroes in the "Shah Nemeh."
  • soar He would neither dive nor soar; he would strive neither to teach nor to reform.
  • wa Tall Nipa palms and a species of bamboo grew out of the water, while above us the long branches of enormous forest trees stretched over us on either side, and formed a kind of natural archway, their branches alive with monkeys of every description, from the hideous proboscis to the pretty wa-wa, whose cry exactly resembles the running of water from a narrow-necked bottle.
  • wad I wad like fine to be able to do that.
  • wag After which he began to wag his tail and bark joyfully as if he wanted to say: I admit that I behaved like a coward before the lions, but to tell the truth, you sat perched on the tree like guinea-fowls.
  • wan Peggy replied with a wan smile: "But, dearest mother, you forget.
  • war This war may do something for us.
  • wash "Come in and let mother wash it off," he continued.
  • way I mean, not in that way."
  • weak But one dark night, while still somewhat weak, he went out to visit a friend.
  • weal For when Nancy loves a person, she loves that person through thick and thin, through weal and woe.
  • wean "I trust, Miss Rolfe, that we shall wean your father from his long seclusion.
  • wear Very well, then; why not wear it?
  • wham And so it was this time-once over and wham!
  • wish I wish you were out of it all.
  • woad Wool cloth, cotton cloth, flannel cloth, hose-yarn, hats, and caps shall be dyed black only with dye from the woad plant and not with any false black dye.
  • woe Woe unto you ...
  • wok
  • womb What the effect of this new war-monster shall be is at present in the womb of futurity.
  • won The rights of the people are not won in a day.
  • woo He's good-looking enough, and he has a voice that, if bent to woo, would play mischief with a woman's heart.
  • wood They were now in the little wood that lay between Pitman's farm and her cottage.
  • woof An immense happiness wrapped him into the very woof of the pattern wherein they sat.
  • wool "Aunt Judith's got a pile of wool, Susie.
  • word I don't believe a word you say!
  • work I do not like to work alone."
  • worm There are a few things you'd like to get to know from me about Jocelyn Thew, but there are also a few things I should like to worm out of you.
  • worn In the middle of these was a large well-worn family Bible.
  • wort Let the wort stand in a high tub till cool enough to receive the yeast, of which put in two quarts of the best quality: mix it thoroughly and often.
  • worth It's worth the money."
  • wow The dog, however, answered nothing but "wow, wow."
  • yeah "Yeah, we can start calling him Senator, now, and really mean it," Ray said.
  • Ah "Ah, Naggeneen," said the King, "you know we can't do all that.
  • Bah "You have roused poor Olive's curiosity; she must hear of this miserable discovery of ours, or yours-bah," stamping her foot angrily, "my pride is hurt more than my heart!"
  • Was He was afraid to go.
  • Pah No matter what it was, it could do no hurt at that distance; and as to overtaking him, pah!
  • Woke You never got anything from me; you merely gave-and thus happened to me what happened to the thief-I had what you missed when you woke up.
  • Wore Was it the clothes he wore, or was it that his star had sunk so low that none could keep it company?
  • Wot Thet's wot the doctor at the 'orspital says ter me.
  • What What is, Mrs Bellmark?
  • Whoa When Liszt heard that the comtesse planned to leave her husband, and even her children, and go into foreign exile with him, he felt that the comtesse was taking the bit into her teeth with a vengeance, but saw as he would on the lines, and cry "whoa" as he would, the runaway comtesse still insisted on running away.
  • With And what has that to do with it?
  • Wove All who heard this story were greatly surprised; but when the traveller had gone on his way, the Lord of the White Castle could neither eat nor sleep for wishing to see the old woman that wove her own hair.
  • Wac The Wac Corporal then proceeds on its own fuel, reaching a fantastic speed in the thin air higher up.
  • wog Uncle Squeaky sometimes took them for a sail upon Pond Lily Lake; they fished from Polly-Wog Bridge and went splashing about in the water dressed in their bathing-suits.
  • Pooh Pooh, pooh, Senhor Padre, we are not afraid of mother Church; so do not waste your breath: we can get a priest to curse you in return, you know.
  • Leah How can Ruth, slipping into bed to Boaz, figure the church, how are Sarah and Rachel the church, and Hagar and Leah the synagogue?
  • woos No man of my years woos a woman, unless his heart's strong impulse urges him on.
  • OOH
  • VOA
  • NAH
  • AAH There were also found the jewels of Queen Aah-hotep, who lived 1700 B. C., consisting of exquisite chains, diadems, ear-rings, and bracelets, which no modern queen would hesitate to wear.
  • AAAAAAAAA
  • aaaaaaaaaaaaa
  • RAH This time Hammond forgot to mock and instead sent up a long, lusty slogan that did her credit: "Rah, rah, rah!
  • WOES
  • WOWS All of which is perfectly natural, nothing at all to your discredit, and furthermore shows whence come the few good men, who, sticking their heels in, are trying to keep the country from going to the demnition bow-wows.
  • advantageousnesses
  • oooooooo
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  • oooooooooooo
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  • AAAAAAAA
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