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- ardent The empress was very much vexed at this reply, for she was ardent in matters of faith, but she merely said: "The Lord can assist his servants, the Christians, whether we consent or decline."
- dent "They've got the Professor all right," said Dent at the conclusion of Buck's narrative.
- dint By dint of a sweet suggestion here and there, love-making crossed the topic.
- gotten impression
- potent It is precisely because we believe that opinion, and nothing but opinion, can effect great permanent changes, that we ought to be careful to keep this most potent force honest, wholesome, fearless, and independent.
- rodent That's why this particularly vexing rodent is called a "trade rat."
- tent He held open the tent entrance.
- vent "But why," said she, at last giving vent to her feelings, "why does the Government at home not remove such an incapable and wicked Governor and give us a better?"
- want I didn't want you to go.
- warden Or is it all a mistake, and are you another Una than the Una of Warden Forest?"
- wend They stayed until it was quite dark, and were even then loath to wend their way up the steep street, and to waste so many hours by going to bed in the "Doll's House," as John persisted in calling the New Inn.
- Went From the hotel she went to the Opera House.
- widen Through this almost pathless forest Mr. Plomer has threaded his way, and though the road he has made may be broken and imperfect, the fact that a road exists, which they can widen and mend, will be of incalculable advantage to all students of printing.
- Widened His eyes widened with polite amazement.
- widens The nave is late Gothic, and widens out in curious fashion toward the east; otherwise the interior arrangements are not remarkable.
- widest But he had the satisfaction of seeing one of the ducks fall into the water, where the stream was at its widest, perhaps a hundred feet from the bank.
- Won't "And you won't listen.
- wonder I wonder if I did right to ever let him go.
- wont Bid her again smile as she was wont to do!
- wooded The mountains on the distant left of us are Mary's Peak and the Alsea Mountain; the former with smooth white crown of snow above the dark fir timber; and away to the right, among lower, wooded hills, we catch one glimpse of the burned timber, the thick black stems standing out clear on the horizon-line.
- wooden In many houses lately I have noticed that they have built wooden chimneys, and these improve the houses very much.
- Worded Henry, did that message-I mean the way it was worded-sound like Nan Morgan?"