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- faith No; she may say that a thousand times, but I shall hold to my faith, and this affair will give me strength.
- kith I have no kith or kin, no ambition, no lust; but this estate is wife, child, everything, to me.
- pith He made a splendid appearance in his white clothes and shirt and pipe-clayed shoes and pith-helmet, being a short, thick-set man with gray hair and a commanding look.
- swath "James, some men will avoid seeing what has to be done; some men will see it and do it and do no more; and a few men will see what has to be done, do it, and then look to the next inevitable problem created by their own act-" A blinding flash of light cut a swath across the road, dazzling them.
- wait Yet he would wait.
- weigh Let us weigh them, he said.
- whit To a man knowing the broken range country a whit less intimately than Shandon knew it, the trip that night down to the bridge, across it, across the Leland ranch and to the cliffs where the cave was would have been a sheer impossibility.
- white She was white with fear.
- whither Whither had she gone?
- width He opened his eyes to their utmost width, and told me I was not the same gentleman that was in the carriage when he started.
- wish He had said in reply: "There is something I wish to tell you.
- wit You were agreeable to me; I liked your wit; I could not get along without you.
- witch Two or three of the company accepted her challenge, giving the full names of their sisters or brothers; and, in three cases out of five, my witch was able to supply either the notice of their marriage or some other like published circumstance.
- worth It is not worth that."
- worthy She had been found "worthy to die."
- wraith It is not her own betrothal, but mine with Winnie's wraith, that is deluding her crazy brain.
- wrath With wrath, with admiration, Driscoll faced round on Don Anastasio.
- writhe So frequently, that my own heart was becoming so hardened that I could witness with comparative indifference, the female writhe under the lash, and her shrieks and cries for mercy ceased to pierce my heart with that keenness, or give me that anguish which they first caused.
- wroth You are wroth, but I can bear your angry gaze and yet repeat my declaration."
- wyeth We may then understand fully what we have read of the enterprises of the old American Fur Company, and bring to mind the forgotten names of Campbell and Sublette, of General Ashley and of Wyeth-names to be followed by others really of less importance, as those of Bonneville and Fremont.
- Saith But in his heart the fool now saith: 'The thoughts of Heaven were past all finding out, Indeed, if it should rain Intolerable woes upon our Land again, After so long a drought!
- Which Does it matter so much which it is?
- With What's the matter with us all going?
- Keith 1. Translated by Mrs. Keith C. Seele.
- Waite I was on the drive in eighty Working under Silver Jack, Which the same is now in Jackson And ain't soon expected back, And there was a fellow 'mongst us By the name of Robert Waite; Kind of cute and smart and tonguey Guess he was a graduate.