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  • rite Then he sent for Chase, an he sed it was all rite.
  • rivet By the Rivet-Vitet measure of August 31, 1871, M. Thiers, hitherto "chief of executive power," was called "President of the French Republic."
  • trite Burke holds for the historian, who has, he thinks, a fine, easy, diversified narrative, mixed with reflection, moral and political, neither very trite nor obvious, nor out of the way and abstract; and this is the true beauty of historical observation.
  • wright "Dr. Barton," said old Mr. Wright, solemnly, "you are, I think, the author of this book?"
  • wrist The man looked long at her, his teeth set; then caught at her strong little wrist.
  • writ And on this point alone, had a thousand books, and more, been writ; and all contrary, and so to no end, as is ever the way in such matters.
  • write I must write down that she is there, because I see her there.
  • writer I am alone in my belief, however, save for a writer in the Gleaner, who seems to share it."
  • writhed For a moment he writhed in sable pangs; then all was over, and darkness mantled over his impetuosity for ever.
  • written May she not have written one?
  • Rated The entire district is not however given up to this "racket," but contains some fine shops, comfortable dwellings, and two excellent hotels, as Russian hotels are rated.
  • Rioted Generation after generation have grown up in ignorance and misery, while those who lived upon the product of their labours have laughed and rioted through life as though they had not known that from them alone could light and civilization descend upon these poor wretches.
  • Waited But she waited for him to speak.
  • Whited O you whited sepulchres full of dead men's bones!
  • Wrote I went south some years ago and I had no money, and I wrote to those people to supply my family while was south, and they gave them what they required.
  • writs Then I went home, and after writing a letter to my Lord and told him the news that the Parliament hath this night voted that the members that were discharged from sitting in the years 1648 and 49, were duly discharged; and that there should be writs issued presently for the calling of others in their places, and that Monk and Fairfax were commanded up to town, and that the Prince's lodgings were to be provided for Monk at Whitehall.
  • writers Those writers who have this last in unusual measure become the favourite humourists of the world.
  • rites Those cities in Egypt, which had a high place of this sort, and rites in consequence of it, were styled Typhonian.
  • writes Her husband writes, expressing his relief that he no longer has to "sleep every night in a fish pond."
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