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  • faith The honest black eyes fixed on hers had no expression but perfect love and faith.
  • kith William Hogan, as the fulfilment of a sacred duty, brought the body of his friend home to Ireland, to be buried among his own kith and kin, in the Catholic cemetery of Ballycastle, Co.
  • pith I am coming to the very pith of my lecture now, which is this: I have been teaching school for more than seven years.
  • ruth I have no 'encumbrances,' as foolish people put it; no relatives in the world but my sister Ruth and her children.
  • wait I just could not wait a minute longer!"
  • weigh And though for hours she was to weigh it and measure it, to remember and question and compare all the days and hours that she and Peter and Cherry had been together; from the moment the thought was born she knew that it was to be with her as an accepted fact for all time to come.
  • whit Having made up my mind that I must use the same weapons as my adversary, I reflected that to express indignation, such as might become a young man new to the world, could help me not a whit.
  • white "White boy come by'm by.
  • whither "Whither went the sahib?
  • width It was longer than the width of the door, and of a height which would enable us to fire over it.
  • wish I wish I could tell that."
  • wit Your wit, however, does not please me.
  • witch I said he was a witch."
  • withe
  • wither
  • worth It might be worth a life.
  • worthy I hope he is worthy of her.
  • wraith There he sat, feeling the scars of old wounds throbbing, feeling his age and the tragedy of it, and the new sensation of fear-fear of the wraith of his own youth, wearing the mask of Plank, and menacing him with the menace he had used on others so long ago-so very long ago.
  • wrath To Mr. Pick-thank, I say that men should flee from the Prince of this town and his friends, as from the wrath to come and so, I pray the Lord to help me.
  • writhe They next fastened the cord to a rock, and left the wolf to writhe and struggle and shake the earth.
  • wroth She felt, too, exceedingly wroth at the manner in which Sylla had unexpectedly usurped the position of queen of the revels, and again determined that she would see as little as possible of the Chipchase girls as long as their cousin was with them.
  • wyeth Wyeth was too big, and too capable a man not to understand this.
  • Quoth Quoth the king, "Allah assure you!"
  • Saith Thus saith my spear!"
  • Which Which is he, sir?"
  • With What did you do with the one you found?
  • Keith Mr. Keith has made several visits to California with eminent artists like Rivarde, Lachaume and others.
  • Waite But the moment he attempted to crowd aside the new friends,-among whom Cary Patten, Jerry Waite, and young Paget caused him especial worry,-Barbara would seem to forget all their intimacy and relegate him to a position somewhat more remote than that of the merest acquaintance.
  • Witt
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