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- all Tell her it's all in feedin' of 'em. Thinking of you, and all that was, and all That might have been and now can never be, I feel your honour'd excellence, and see Myself unworthy of the happier call: – Monna Innominata: A Sonnet Of Sonnets by Christina Georgina Rossetti
- ally To this feeling was added the anxious desire that this man might never become the enemy, but always remain the ally of her husband.
- ball There was a grand ball somewhere, to which she was going that night.
- call And this is what you call well!
- fall I know I shall fall again soon.
- gall He is tall, rather fair, talks in a bored sort of manner, and is altogether what one would Gall a heavy swell; but you must have seen him," he went on, turning to Mrs. Hableton, "he was here three or four weeks ago, Whyte told me."
- hall Brock watched him down the hall.
- mall He declared to himself as he stood on the steps of the club that he would go home and consult his daughters;-but his mind was in fact made up as to his niece's fate long before he got home,-before he turned out of Pall Mall into St. James's Park.
- pall The fifth and sixth volumes deal quite largely enough in mere eccentricity to justify the distaste of any reader upon whom mere eccentricity had begun to pall.
- tall The chief of the party was a tall and handsome man, of nearly forty years of age.
- wall She shut her eyes up and thought hard and then she opened them and looked at the opposite wall.
- yale The Civil War of 1861-65 drew on with all its passions, patriotism, horrors, and fears, and I was studying law at Yale University.
- yalta One evening, coming out of the doctors' club with an official with whom he had been playing cards, he could not resist saying: "If only you knew what a fascinating woman I made the acquaintance of in Yalta!"