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  • Betrayer
  • It supplies the place of i at the end of words, as thy, before an i, as dying; and is commonly retained in derivative words where it was part of a diphthong, in the primitive; as, destroy, destroyer; betray, betrayed, betrayer; pray, prayer; say, sayer; day, days.

  • Betoken
  • A piece of embroidery, a painting, a water-color, are most flattering gifts, as they betoken a long and predetermined interest.

  • Doreen
  • "hello, doreen," i said.

  • Betray
  • No one will see us except franz maas-the only one he will not betray us.

  • Bedizen
  • Bedizen ornament or dress in a showy or gaudy manner.

  • Bittern
  • There was a bittern, she had discovered, in those swamps.

  • Borden
  • I mounted into the dog cart and we were soon bowling through the darkness towards borden tower.

  • Barren
  • The road here is only discoverable by its barren track, along the cultivated meadows.

  • Betroth
  • Marshal wolfgang de polhain, instructed by maximilian to betroth anne to his master, heard a rumour of this hasty alliance.

  • Citroen
  • Cycle and carriage was one of the premier automotive groups in singapore and was engaged in the retail, distribution and provision of after-sales service of mercedes-benz, mitsubishi, kia & citroen motor vehicles.

  • Batten
  • Office, and thence with sir william batten and sir william pen to the parish church to find out a place where to build a seat or a gallery to sit in, and did find one which is to be done speedily.

  • Bettering
  • His instinct teaches him to love his master, because he is his protector, and because, mistrusting his own capacity for self-government, he knows the necessity for a master; and instances are numerous, of slaves, having misjudged their own capacity for self-government, having fled from supposed wrongs, they found they were mistaken as to the means of bettering their condition, and returned to voluntary servitude, begging, with tears, to be again admitted to the sacred precincts of the patriarchial care.

  • Bettered
  • She had left a respectable home, forsaken her husband and family, and sunk so low that the man who then claimed her boasted to the officer that he had bettered her condition by taking her off the streets.

  • Veteran
  • Wallace instantly stepped forward, and beheld the veteran stretched on a couch, the image of that death to which he was so rapidly approaching.

  • Retrain
  • The centre was to retrain officers and train tank drivers, armoured car drivers, gunners, self-propelled and tractor artillery drivers, and radio operators.

  • Batmen
  • Every man practically in the british force, including cooks and batmen, was in the front line, and these men held to the trenches day after day, night after night, without sleep, with little food, with no intermission from rifle and shell fire.

  • Tureen
  • Detestable soup in a splendid old silver tureen that was nearly as dark in hue as robinson crusoe's thumb; a perfect salmon, perfectly cooked, on a chipped kitchen dish; such cut glass as is not easy to find nowadays; sherry that, as flurry subsequently remarked, would burn the shell off an egg; and a bottle of port, draped in immemorial cobwebs, wan with age, and probably priceless.

  • Bitumen
  • One can detect no trace of vegetation or animal life; not a sound is heard upon its shores, impregnated with salt and bitumen; the birds avoid flying over its dreary surface from which emanate deadly effluvia, and nothing can exist in its bitter, salt, oily, and heavy waters.

  • Bitten
  • Perhaps he has been bitten by a poisonous snake, or kicked by an emu," said ralph.

  • Bestrewn
  • An awning of rich gold embroidery on a green ground was spread so as to shelter a cloth glittering with plate and bestrewn with flowers; horses, in all varieties of ornamental housings, were being led about; there was a semicircle of musicians in the rear; and, as soon as the guests came in sight, there came forward, doffing his embroidered and jewelled cap, a gentleman of middle stature and of exceeding grace and courtesy, whose demeanour, no less than the attendance around him, left no doubt that this was no other than rene, duke of anjou and of lorraine, count of provence, and king of the two sicilies and of jerusalem.

  • Burden
  • There is prospect, however, that the burden may be lightened when the railway now building eastward from yaquina bay to a connection through southwestern idaho with the union pacific is completed."

  • Beaten
  • But that insatiate young man was not to be beaten, after all.

  • Bardeen
  • There was more shouting to and fro between uncle toby and the unknown man, and then mr. bardeen came around to the front of the cabin.

  • Strewn
  • The way was strewn with leaves and green branches, and the saxon was leading her lord directly over the hard little boughs in the middle of the path.

  • Between
  • Who shall decide between rectalinear and curvilinear geometry?

  • Betaken
  • As a matter of course, the letter was never acknowledged, notwithstanding which, my lord and husband feels himself called upon, now that this disagreeable but distinguished person has betaken himself to a better world, to write a grandiloquent article on him, deploring the loss to science, just as if the deceased had been his dearest friend."

  • Betrays
  • But happiness is a fugitive shadow; it soon betrays the man, who becomes poor, loses his son, falls into the most abject misery, and dies in a filthy and infected cellar, surrounded by vile beggars, while the torch, held by "some one in grey," begins to grow weaker, and then dies out.

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