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  • loud He reckoned that he would find all asleep, but he reckoned without Saba, who began to bark loud enough to awaken even the dead.
  • void The mere thought of another human heart within touch, even a hundred miles away, would have eased the suspense of the silent void.
  • wad Ye wad rayther, mayhap, that I asked hersel' aboot it!
  • ward What then may possibly be retained in the memory of this old, old church, which has kept watch and ward on the footsteps of time, these two thousand years!
  • wed And Hallam may feel as one might, who having once had a low attachment, did afterwards wed an equal mind.
  • weed Mr. Chauncey Weed seemed of a species better able to thrive in the atmosphere of pockets.
  • woad But those who see in these facts a recommendation of intuition ought to return to running wild in the woods, dyeing themselves with woad and living on hips and haws.
  • wold 1. The wonderful snow is falling Over river and woodland and wold; The trees bear spectral blossom In the moonshine blurr'd and cold.
  • wood I mean to put enough wood in here to last you the rest of the day-and go-" "Mr. 'Arry!
  • woody To the westward a woody, and rather level country appeared, from which I thought I saw ridges, with plains or downs between them, descending towards the N. W. river.
  • word Lingard said no word.
  • wordy "We are a wordy species," Bridey conceded.
  • world Where in the world did you find it, Marcia?
  • wort When it is almost as cold as Ale-wort, then clear it out into another vessel: Then put Barm upon it, as you do to your Ale, and so let it work.
  • would Of course he would do anything for Mistress Royal, but this was not for her at all.
  • wound This man returns,-strong and walking as well as one who never received a wound.
  • Wot Wot do you mean by coming and shoving your elbow into a man's bread-basket for, and then wanting to sneak off?
  • Wooed She should remember that the province of woman is to be wooed, not to woo; to be caressed, not to caress.
  • why'd Why'd you ask Dad to ride with you, Mr. Brent?"
  • you'd You'd met his father, or knew about him in some way.
  • who'd There, he thought, went a man who'd had a command for years.
  • wowed She's a woman, and women slop over when they're all wowed up!
  • we'd You think, then, that that-vessel has been with us for some time, if we'd only known?