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  • beery Not for these spare and slender figures the prickly heat that torments fat and beery German bodies and makes sea-bathing anathema to the Hun.
  • berry Dr. Berry has several other hospitals besides; they have only 130 patients.
  • chary The cities were all ready to defend themselves, but in spite of the danger that threatened they were chary in the extreme in contributing money for the common cause, nor would the people enlist for service in the field.
  • deary "Why, Sally, deary ," said he, "that's my case, too; and I seemed to feel it in my bones that we was to be a pair; only, you know, I had to get a foothold first.
  • diary "But it was not a diary ," he answered, keeping his head clear, "and he had no idea of course who wrote it."
  • ferry But we'll do ferry well at the ford; the water is not so high the now.
  • gary "By noon several thousand had gathered in and near the Socialist headquarters, a mile south of the business district of Gary .
  • hoary A curious relic of primitive days remains in the al fresco Throne of Judgment, a block of stone beneath a rudely-tiled canopy, moss-grown and hoary .
  • jerry I am going to Jerry in Paris.
  • jewry Further, this position of privilege represents to a section of Jewry merely a stage on the road to world-domination.
  • leary My friends told me it would be the Brutus Leary business all over again, but I didn't believe them.
  • leery I've looked into the fellow's eye and seen a leery old badger at the bottom of it.
  • mary She died this morning at seven o'clock, and poor Mary is altogether alone in the world.
  • merry We were pretty considerably crowded, but we were a merry set, and had plenty to talk about.
  • nary When he got to the camp he expected to find Bill waiting for him, but nary a sign of Bill could he find.
  • peary But the books by Commander Robert E. Peary and his wife deserve mention.
  • perry I am awfully sorry that Perry is out of place.
  • rear Then he ran around to the rear of the house.
  • teary
  • terry The clocks of Terry and Thomas sold first rate, and it was quite difficult to buy any of the movements, as no others were making the Patent Clock at that time.
  • vary They vary in height from three feet to four feet six inches.
  • very "It doesn't have to be very much," Leibowitz said.
  • wary But Mr. Ricardo was wary .
  • weary But they were too weary to hold their hands up any more.
  • yard A yard more will do it.
  • yarn If I can get a little good worsted-yarn, that is all I buy.
  • yea "Yea, truly," answered Lanceour; "for that cause have I followed thee from Camelot."
  • yeah Anyhow, yeah , yeah , it's him.
  • year Now shall I just go away for a year , or shall I speak straight out and tell you everything?
  • yearly He wanted to repeat that the interest would be paid to me half-yearly if by chance I married Julius or any other man without his consent.
  • yearn But I am willing to admit, for my own part, that I feel great respect and admiration for you, and never in my life have I engaged in a battle which has made me smart so much, nor did I ever expect to see a knight whose acquaintance I should so yearn to make.
  • years Oh, what a 'tock of years !
  • yore Papa immediately exclaimed, "Of course I do," and gave him such a hearty grip of the hand that it almost made the tears come into the old man's eyes with pleasure, and they had a long yarn about days of yore .
  • Yer Where did you get yer money?
  • Cary The guests were entertained with music, recitations, the reading of many piquant letters of regret from distinguished people, and witty rhymes written for the occasion by the Cary sisters.
  • Gerry Mr. Gerry was chosen chairman, and Mr. Adams, who had attended it, was appointed on the committee to prepare appropriate resolutions.
  • Kerry The first county published was Derry, in 1833, and now the townland survey is finished, and all the counties have now been engraved and issued, except Limerick, Kerry , and Cork.
  • Yuri
  • you're
  • premediated

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