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  • all That's all we want to know." As you came up the hill. We met. But all We did that day was mingle great and small – Meeting and Passing by Robert Lee Frost
  • ball "All I did was catch the ball and go ten yards with it. Ever since I was a young boy, I've played the silver ball. From Soho down to Brighton I must have played them all. – Pinball Wizard by Unknown Author
  • boll Each day he worked upon the cotton-field, And every boll he picked had thought in it.
  • bull As for my old bull, I think he must have slept the sleep of the just, for he never even stirred. That did it all, 'cause we cool now, pockets grab for now I'm like Jordan in ninety-five, no Bull now Promotional tours now, funky like sewers now Six-hundred with duals now, like tractors got pull now – Scandalous by Nelly
  • call What am I to call it, if it's not that?" Together we went traveling as we received the call His destination India and I had none at all – Song for Adam by Jackson Browne
  • coal All of these can be fitted to burn either coal or oil. His eyes are of the blackest coal Demon has no soul – Invocation by danzig
  • cull Leisurely approaching the object of attack, lulling the suspicions of a dull-witted sentinel or patrol by stopping now to cull a leaf, now to wash a whisker, the well-trained rabbit would have no difficulty in creeping to within striking distance.
  • doll "He's taking my doll. Easy tumble, easy doll Easy rumble, easy fall – Coke Babies by radiohead
  • douala Home to Central Africas largest port and its major international airport, Douala International Airport (DLA), it is the commercial and economic capital of Cameroon and the entire CEMAC region comprising Gabon, Congo, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic and Cameroon.
  • dual The acknowledgment of the dual principal, masculine and feminine, is much more probably the explanation of the expressions here used.
  • dull I shall find life pretty dull at my uncle's house, and your letters will bring something of the excitement of the outside world to me."
  • fall Did he fall out of a window?
  • foal Phonetics The Foal, oa sound.
  • foul Oh, the foul bird!
  • foully You have struck me already, and foully, like a coward.
  • full In a moment the room was full.
  • gall I must allegore and meditate on 'em jest as they come, and truly a-thinkin' on these picters, I feel as Hosey Bigelow ust to say: "I can't tell what's comin'-gall or honey."
  • goal I agree with a great German writer, that in the first walks of Art no man has a right to enter, unless he is convinced that he has strength and speed for the goal.
  • gull There was the old roar once more, which seemed to have dwelt in his ears; the salt sting, the scream of the pebbles, the cry of a wheeling gull.
  • hall At this moment, a step passed across the hall.
  • hull The ironclad was similar to ourselves: a long low hull-a couple of turrets with a central "flying" structure or "hurricane-deck."
  • loll They go about with their arms around each other, they loll against each other, and sit with clasped hands by the hour.
  • loyal "You are loyal to him, at least; and I respect you for it.
  • loyally If you can't make the 'varsity it is at least something to be able to help develop it, and that is what the second was doing, very loyally and gladly.
  • lull But when the last of twenty cars had passed, the twenty-first not appearing, there fell a lull and men settled back to wait for the second lap.
  • mall More than once I have walked down the Mall deep in conversation with Mrs. Wessington to the unspeakable amazement of the passers-by.
  • moll Head is no Defoe: he can give us the company that Colonel Jack kept in his youth and Moll Flanders in her middle age: but he makes not the slightest attempt to give us Moll or Jack, or even Moll's or Jack's habit, environment, novel-furniture of any kind whatsoever.
  • mull "I was goin' to hold him up," said Mull.
  • null He publicly recognised the Houses at Westminster as a legal Parliament, and, at the same time, made a private minute in council declaring the recognition null.
  • pall What horrors lurk beneath This funeral pall?
  • poll It was a very nice little person whose name begins with D, and it was another very nice little person whose name begins with P. Peggy's mother went too, but Poll was sent to a bird shop.
  • pull The word "mamma" made her pull herself together.
  • roll Rest it on your knees; There; roll him over.
  • royal We was married by the Royal Justice of the Peace and-we got two children.
  • royally The Castle royally is mann'd, my Lord, Against thy entrance Bull.
  • soul We asked him if he had a soul: he said he had.
  • tall The tall, anxious man at the table turned sharply.
  • toll In haste he mounted-in haste he spurred on to London; not even pence for the toll- bars.
  • wall She was sorry she had got off the wall.
  • yale Against the risk of the enemy trying to dash out of Santiago and run for some other point, provision was made by a telegram to the Yale to inform every vessel off Santiago that the Flying Squadron was off Cienfuegos, and that orders had been sent it to proceed with all possible despatch off Santiago.
  • yalu But surely on every theory of the war the first objective of the Japanese on land was Seoul, where they expected to have to fight their first important action against troops advancing from the Yalu; and surely their second was Port Arthur, with its fleet and arsenal, which they expected to reduce with little more difficulty than they had met with ten years before against the Chinese.
  • yawl When he came to Constantinople the Turks thought they could keep him waiting, but they have discovered that they are more generally kept waiting themselves, while his excellency is up the Bosphorus, beating about in his little yawl near the mouth of the Black Sea.
  • yearly I believe there are as many men who have to go to Mr. Bruce's store, and take their goods there, in consequence of the want of money to pay for them at other places, as there are who can go and open accounts with other merchants and pay them yearly.
  • yell Just yell: 'Hey, Something,' and I'll come a-running.
  • yodel It was said that anyone becoming thoroughly acidulated with this noble Beverage would put a Feather into his Granulated Lid and begin to Yodel.
  • yoga The germ of truth, and it is a large one, in the philosophy of Yoga is the doctrine, which is proved by all experience, that concentration is the secret of mastery.
  • yokel The country yokel again made as if to speak but changed his mind and backed away, facing the auctioneer.
  • yolk Take from the fire, and add the yolk of an egg well-beaten.
  • yowl Now, now; don't yowl, Miss Jenny.
  • yuan
  • yule
  • Tull
  • You
  • Your
  • Coll Coll.; 5 mi. W Naturita, Montrose County, Colorado; obtained on July 20, 1907, by Merritt Cary, original no. 1068.
  • YODA
  • FOLL
  • YOUS
  • Y'all
  • you'd
  • you'll
  • yowls

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