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  • dory A dory forty feet away is invisible.
  • gory He gazed at her a moment, fiercely, defiantly, his chest rising and falling from his recent exertions, his knotted fists gory with the blood of his enemy.
  • tory You call yourself a Tory indeed!
  • vary But these conditions vary much from province to province.
  • very I'm very glad to be back."
  • ware Good Mr. Ware went home, troubled in spirit, shaking his head.
  • wary He's a mighty wary fellow.
  • weary So he found himself alone, with his horse so weary that it could scarcely move.
  • wherry Book I, Ch 15. 'Then farewell, my trim-built wherry.
  • wire "That's wire-pulling by Red Shirt," he said.
  • wiry Ascending the slope of the down towards the trees, the brown-tinted grass feels slippery under foot: this wiry grass always does feel so as autumn approaches.
  • word You've on'y got to say the word."
  • wordy Yet, despite their wordy encounters, the two remained, as always, the best and most loyal of friends.
  • work And he went to work.
  • worm Vernon Manningtree, when discussing this incident with the Dean, to dismiss Doggie with a contemptuous shrug and call him a little worm without any spirit.
  • wormy In one of the apartments some rough-looking peasants are eating dinner, a frugal meal: a dish of unclean polenta, a plate of grated cheese, a basket of wormy figs, and some sour red wine; no bread, no meat.
  • worn She was wet through and worn out, and although evening was not far away, she had eaten nothing since seven o'clock that morning.
  • worry I hope it will not worry you to read this: as I said before, I had to tell you.
  • wort "After tea I'm going to Wych Maries to pick St. John's wort for the church.
  • worthy There was something worthy of his feeling for her!
  • wry Monsieur Cherami made a wry face, and struck his hat with his hand, muttering: "Oh!
  • Rory She considers Rory her especial property, and delights to make the child attempt long words.
  • Wore It was the same watch with the same picture that she now wore always inside her dress.
  • Were But were you ever in love?
  • Cory Hilderic Friend as a leper window, was suggested by the late Mr. Cory as being "for such a purpose as giving out alms or receiving confession," as they always had hinges and bolts for shutters, but not glass.
  • Kory
  • we're We're not different, a bit.
  • who're In books, all villainesses who're worth their salt have little, sharp teeth and pointed nails.