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  • ascent The father, embracing his child, carried him up the steep ascent , down which it appeared he had scrambled in the dark, happily reaching the cave.
  • assent Violet made a sign of assent , and Nasmyth spoke quietly for a minute or two.
  • bent Soon he had made a hook with a big bent pin.
  • cent When the rate is above five or six per cent .
  • dent Yes; the one with the dent in the stock.
  • gent No, not the rustler, the gent between eighteen and forty-eight, object matrimony.
  • kent The address is: To the Lady John Kent .
  • lent Where does this lent money come from?
  • pent Virginia told him, and into the narrative she threw the whole of her pent -up self.
  • rent Rent days came and went, and no sign was made.
  • resent One would not resent a desire to save one any little embarrassment.
  • saint He went out a saint .
  • sand What he wanted was a beach of white sand , a hot day, a blue sea, a book, a pipe, and the absence of his fellow-creatures.
  • scent It was the work of but a minute to throw our things on the ice and start the teams on the scent of the bear.
  • seat It was Edna's father, truly, who made his way over to the seat where his little girl was sitting.
  • sect The sect is now better known as the Sandemanians, from the name of Glas's son-in-law.
  • sen Andrew and Jansen were nowhere to be seen.
  • senate He never took his seat, however, in the American Senate , for he was nominated and elected President, before Judge Thurman's time expired.
  • send If I send to Messrs.
  • sens But the blood of the Jansens was up.
  • sent A man was sent to take his place.
  • sept The first document is entitled, Compagnie du Canada, establie sous le titre de Nouvelle France, par les articles du vingt-neuf auril et sept May, mil six cens vingt-sept.
  • set And I believe it 'll do you good to set up.
  • sett I felte a little ashamed; for Dick had sett me on the Poney just as I was, my Gown somewhat too shorte for riding: however, I drewe up my Feet and let Clover nibble a little Grasse, and then got rounde to the neare Side, our new Companion stille between us.
  • snit Candlesticks and snuffers were found in every house; the latter were called by various names, the word snit or snit e being the most curious.
  • spent Betty's voice was sad, and she looked weary and spent .
  • sweat What's the sweat to get him married off to-day?
  • sweet One thing sweet and right to do.
  • tent I had my small Low Country tent with me.
  • vent March perceived that Fulkerson was about to vent another inspiration, and smiled patiently.
  • want I want a true answer, mind!
  • wend Whether a man employs Latin, French, or the vernacular, he continues, Be it in balede, vers, Rime, or prose, He most torn and wend , metrely to close.
  • wont These are not the scenes we are wont to look on here.
  • Went The Lord went before them.
  • Won't Aye; an' if ye won't let on I'll tell ye, Anna.
  • Santa Santa Anna's power is already half broken."
  • USENET As usual, Usenet has a lot.
  • wasn't That was all right, wasn't it?
  • isn't Why isn't he here to see me?"
  • snot Dissension began between Pitbulls and Ravens Nest when Raven cost them matches against Taz and 2 Cold Scorpio and The Dudleys (Snot Dudley and Dudley Dudley) by abandoning them to solve the issue between Stevie Richards, Francine and Beulah McGillicutty. Face turns to snot You used to be hot – Beauteous Rot by GWAR

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