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  • ash He held the extinguished match in his fingers, looking around for an ash-tray.
  • awash Gray-covered heaps were sprawled upon the shore, some half-covered by the incoming tide, others entirely awash.
  • bash And Berlin has determined to bash the head of revolution in Brunswick as it broke its back in Halle.
  • cash At such times we would not be willing to pay anything in cash.
  • dash She took a step forward, ready to dash into the place, whatever it was.
  • de odorant
  • gash The handle was gone, there was a gash at the lip and a few new cracks circling around the one I was familiar with twenty years previously.
  • go ats
  • hash I've made it a powerful dose, an' I 'low it'll settle his hash one way or other.
  • lash The forces that might have proved so deadly in mastery, furnished a fine vitality under the lash.
  • mash An' if he knows whin he's well off, he'll not show his foine forrum here, er his mug'll get a party mash on it.
  • nash Public or at least fashionable taste had begun to change, and Nash correctly interpreted and led it.
  • rash I hope Mr. Jack won't do anything rash.
  • sash Almost every colour of the rainbow had a place in her costume for the occasion: The bodice was of light blue silk; the skirt orange; encircling her small waist was a green sash; while her jet-black hair was fastened with a crimson ribbon.
  • swash The feel of the water was glorious after so long a ride in the hot sun, and Happy Jack reveled in the cool swash of it up his shoulders to the back of his neck, as Stranger swam out and across to the sloping, green bank on the home side.
  • swish He had obviously been writing; at the slight sound of the creaking door and the swish of Lydie's skirts, he raised his head from his work and turned to look at her.
  • wabash In an extremely interesting and romantic series of movements, Clark took the posts of Kaskaskia and Cahokia, on the Mississippi river, defeated and captured Colonel Hamilton at Vincennes, on the Wabash, and ended by conquering the whole northwestern territory for the state of Virginia.
  • Walsh Walsh has never spoken to me since my sermon on Dissent, though I always make a point of being friendly to him, but to-day he stopped, and said he knew what trouble was, and how he had lost"-Mr. Gresley's voice faltered, "it is a long time ago-but how, when he was about my age, he lost his eldest boy, and how he always remembered Regie in his prayers, and I must keep up a good heart.
  • Was 2400. When was that?
  • wash "Go and wash your face," said Mr. Spokesly.
  • washer Peter drove slowly, carefully over the road down the mountain, in direct contrast to the heedless rush of the belated "washer."
  • washy Next day the convention adopted a wishy-washy platform much like Burbank's-if anything, weaker.
  • watch A little girl came near to watch Cadman, who was getting out his gun.
  • welsh Like a record from the official proceedings of the Psychical Research Society itself, they form one of the strongest proofs that fairies, ghosts, and shades were confused, all alike, in the mind of the Welsh poet, mingling together in that realm where mortals see with a new vision, and exist with a body invisible to us.
  • whoosh And then, with a swish, a gurgle, and a watery whoosh!
  • wish Do you wish to talk to your husband for a time before you sleep again?"
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