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  • bold "Then," said Francie, grown bold, "if I were you, Maurice, I would go straight to Miss Burgoyne, and I would say to her, 'My friend Lionel is in love with another woman; he never was in love with you at all; now will you marry him?
  • clod That won't pay you, you clod.
  • cold It left his heart cold.
  • fold The sheep-fold, the cattle-pen, the cheese-tub, these were thrust aside.
  • gold Then after that, 'Frisco and the gold...."
  • hold We would have no hold over the fishermen in that case at all.
  • lad She-she thought you came to meet some lad.
  • led It had, after all, been a man's life that I had led.
  • lid In the morning when the janitor's wife was sweeping she discovered the glass lid prized open and the mummy gone.
  • lld
  • lloyd I did it once when a North German Lloyd was going out.
  • load Load after load I carried down.
  • lode Sinking a shaft into the top dirt of a hillside in search of a new lode, or into the lode when discovered to see if gold could be found there was prospecting.
  • lord I suppose he may belong to some lord or other about the court?
  • lot "Come, come," I said to myself, "if that is not the little Lot!"
  • loud "Not quite so loud, please," quietly responded the general.
  • mold The water will run from bare rocks and bare soil much more quickly than it will from soil that is covered with leaf mold and held by plant roots.
  • old "I want the Old Man to hear.
  • plod Nothing will ever convince me that it was intended for English agriculturists to go on using wooden ploughs, to wear smock-frocks, and plod round and round in the same old track for ever.
  • rad "I agree with Rad, Tom.
  • red "How red your face is," said Dorothy, as Edna sat up.
  • redo Try as they might, no ones immune to misfiring and acting on the wrong clues and thinkin' it's time to redo and redo – See These Bones by Nada Surf
  • reload Reload, and unload – California by lil rob
  • rid
  • riled Yore not comin' at her invite riled Kate.
  • road It's all a very long road."
  • rod Even though I might have marked a rod on a line with its top, I could not have planted the other end so as to be on a level with its base.
  • roiled
  • role
  • roll
  • rolled
  • rood Her father had taught her of course that the purest worship was that which was only spiritual; and while since childhood she had seen Sunday by Sunday the Great Rood overhead, she had never paid it any but artistic attention.
  • rot
  • ruled
  • sold
  • warlord And he had seen other things when he looked through Tebron's eyes: when the ancient warlord had stormed the city-fortress, there had been an observer in him who had said: An Earthman could go in this way, unobserved.
  • weld
  • wild
  • wold
  • world
  • wryly
  • Railed A portion of the office is railed off at the right.
  • Reeled
  • Relaid A steam roller was smoothin' out a strip of pavement that had just been relaid, and nearer by a gang was tearin' up more of the asphalt.
  • Relied
  • Rode
  • Told
  • Wald You can spend the night there, and to-morrow very likely, if the wind falls, you will see the Wald Horn before you.
  • Wrote
  • Aldo
  • Harold
  • Waldo I stopped quite late in the afternoon at the house of Mr. Waldo, the father of the late Hon.
  • Rhoda Perhaps he missed Rhoda almost as much as his father did.
  • Loyd If Loyd pulls him through it will be a miracle.
  • Jerold
  • RD
  • Rhode
  • Waled
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