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Correct spellings for WOGGLINESS

  • agalinis Agalinis acuta received federal protection on public lands upon being listed as in 1987 under the Endangered Species Act.
  • euglenaceae
  • ugliness And they are elements of ugliness which can be accumulated.
  • wiggliness
  • Equalness is lowered in its tone, both of heart-wholeness, boldness, and affection, by the harsh times and harsh measures that have passed over every district, even the most favored; or why all these emigrations, and why all these parish-unions? What, then, is not the English peasant what he was? If I went among them where I used to go, should I not find the same merry groups seated among the sheaves, or under the hedgerows, full of laughter, and full of droll anecdotes of all the country round? Should I not hear of the farmer who never wrote but one letter in his life, and that was to a gentleman forty miles off; who, on opening it, and not being able to puzzle out more than the name and address of his correspondent, mounted his horse in his vexation, and rode all the way to ask the farmer to read the letter himself; and he could not do it-could not read his own writing? Should I not hear Jonathan Moore, the stout old mower, rallied on his address to the bull, when it pursued him till he escaped into a tree? How Jonathan, sitting across a branch, looked down with the utmost contempt on the bull, and endeavored to convince him that he was a bully and a coward? "My! what a vaporing coward art thou! Where's the fairness, where's the equalness of the match? I tell thee, my heart's good enough; but what's my strength to thine?"
  • Eyeglance
  • Oculinacea
  • weakliness Persist not on my weakliness with thy disdain nor be Treason and breach of love its troth to thee attributed; For know that hither have I fared and come to this thy land, By hopes of union with thee and near fruition led.
  • euglenas
  • euglenozoa
  • acklins For the group of islands, see Acklins Acklin is a surname.
  • aquilons The poem Les Aquilons (The North Winds), by the French poet Joseph Autran.

450 words made from the letters WOGGLINESS