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  • deface But after Polybius had answered this contemptible fellow, neither the consul Mummius nor his lieutenants would suffer him to deface and take away the honours done in memory of so famous and worthy a man, although he had frequently offered great opposition both to Flamininus and to Manius.
  • efface The gentle breeze ruffled the waters, but did not altogether efface the reflection of that beautiful islet.
  • face They may come, but it will be time enough to face them when we have to.
  • farce She owes it to me, if not to herself, to put an end to the farce before she turns to tragedy.
  • faze
  • force I can't force my presence here if she does not give her consent.
  • furze This checked him for the moment, till it occurred to him that though the moon shone brightly in parts, there were plenty of spots where he could approach the place in the deep shadows; and taking advantage of the clumps of furze, and the ragged, stunted pines, which had obtained a foothold for their precarious existence here and there, he crept on and on, selecting the narrow little gully for his course, down which gurgled the tiny spring which supplied the moat with water.
  • office It was very quiet in that great office building at this time of the day.
  • reface
  • suffice But this did not suffice.
  • surface "It doesn't show itself on the surface, my dear fellow, but there it is.
  • Yours Don't be ashamed of yours....
  • You've I believe you've got it!
  • YOUS Is then this you of yous, this absolutely real world, this unity that yields the moral inspiration and has the religious value, to be taken monistically or pluralistically?
  • fours There were first class fours 'for medals' in 1841, but the Stewards' Cup was not founded till the following year.
  • yuccas A small garden two yards wide, surrounded by a low wall so that one could see the passers-by, separated the house from the road; there was a beautiful rose-laurel, extending its southern foliage above the evening bench, and there were yuccas, a palm tree, and enormous bunches of those hortensias which are giants here, in this land of shade, in this lukewarm climate, so often enveloped by clouds.
  • affected pieties
  • am desirous of
  • beat down upon
  • un tiring
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