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- born A White House baby will very soon be born! Blow your horn! – Trumpeter Blow Your Horn / Finale by Unknown Author
- burn Gonna teach it, gonna teach it to burn It's a gone dead train It's a gone dead train, you gotta learn It's a gone dead train – Gone Dead Train by Nazareth
- horn One afternoon in early spring Mr. Raymond happened to be starting for a walk when the horn was blown, and he and Taffy went to meet the post together.
- lorn Which side of Lorn?
- morn "'No more at dawning morn I rise And sun myself in Ellen's eyes.
- mourn For poor Judith, whose reading of Freke was not less keen than his reading of her, it was misery enough to feel that, after all, her widowhood was not very real, and that the mourning, the entire giving up of the world, the devotion to Beverley's parents, was, in some sort, a reparation; but that it should escape her-for Judith with the eagerness to make amends, of a generous nature, had readily adopted Mrs. Temple's view-that it was a crime not to mourn for Beverley.
- noun This is as good a definition as I can give of a proper noun or name.
- torn What if they've torn up the track?
- turn He thought he should turn Dimmocrat!
- urn Olga peered into the coffee-urn, without replying.
- worn "I've worn it for the last time-at Chestermarke's.
- yarn "Well, Keehoty, it's ruther a long yarn.
- yawn Its effect upon Penrod was to make him yawn and settle himself in his chair.
- yearn When it was over, he would yearn for the quiet happiness at her side, which gazed at him like the calm eyes of the woman he loved.
- yen Number Fifty-Six What I narrate was told me one winter's evening by my friend Ah-Yen in the little room behind his laundry.
- yon "Yon skin is prime-and will grade as large.
- yore This was the road upon which Alexander the Great in days of yore entered India.
- york "They are all alive and in business in New York," said Billy.
- young He was, as you say, very young.
- am desirous of
- co operativenesses