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  • Debt(Definition of debt)
  • I had no idee that the debt was anything like this.

  • Abate(Definition of abate)
  • The tide had been falling and leaving the wreck, so that the captain and crew determined to stick to her in the hope of getting her off, if the gale should abate before the tide rose again.

  • Debuted
  • The cayman islands debuted internationally at the 2000 americas cricket cup in canada, and later in the year were invited to appear in the 2000–01 red stripe bowl (the west indian domestic limited-overs competition), where matches had list-a status.

  • Rebate(Definition of rebate)
  • The rebate was just as illegal then as it is at present; there was no precise statute, it is true, which made it unlawful until the interstate commerce act was passed in 1887; but the common law had always prohibited such discriminations.

  • Debut(Definition of debut)
  • Even when the education is finished, and the prima donna has made her successful debut, continued daily repetition of primary exercises is necessary to maintain excellence and insure the progress that every performer desires.

  • Debate(Definition of debate)
  • A clumsy speaker in debate might do infinite mischief.

  • Debited
  • Towards evening on february 21, it seemed not unlikely that another colenso, spion kop, or vaalkrantz would soon be debited to buller.

  • Debts
  • 13,730. you don't know about the debts which stand in the books of other merchants?

  • Deadbeat
  • Rain commenced to fall, and after my long journey from the mediterranean i felt cold and deadbeat.

  • Debaters
  • They were fighters, not debaters; fighters, not disciplined soldiers; fighters, not persuading christians.

  • Debtor(Definition of debtor)
  • "the corticelli pretends that you are her debtor, and not vice versa.

  • Debased(Definition of debased)
  • From the window of the rusty mourning coach there looked a couple of debased countenances, flushed with drink and that special form of excitement which is especially associated with a mourning coach hired on credit and a funeral beyond one's means.

  • Debar(Definition of debar)
  • Vi. if any of our society defile himself with fornication, we will give him our admonition; and so, debar him from the meeting, at least half a year: nor shall he return to it, ever any more, without exemplary testimonies of his becoming a new creature.

  • Deviate(Definition of deviate)
  • The same painter shall considerably deviate from these proportions, and produce a very beautiful one.

  • Debates
  • These difficulties have formed the subject of protracted debates in the house of commons and have led to involved political controversies which it would not be possible to explain satisfactorily within the limits of this chapter.

  • Debase(Definition of debase)
  • For the sake of thy name, do not spurn us, 21 debase not the throne of thy glory, remember, break not thy covenant with us!

  • Debated
  • It swooped suddenly from nowhere, and the trapped fugitives debated flight or useless defense.

  • Dabbed(Definition of Dabbed)
  • Edna dabbed the powder upon her nose and cheeks as she looked at herself closely in the little distorted mirror which hung on the wall above the basin.

  • Debater(Definition of debater)
  • He was a keen debater and discussed with hume, adam smith, robertson, and lord kames.

  • Date(Definition of date)
  • Hanlon "ate" the note, then wrote one of his own, telling what he had learned to date, what he suspicioned, and what he was trying to do.

  • Bate(Definition of bate)
  • Yet i argue not against thy hand or will, nor bate a jot of heart or hope, but still bear up and steer right onward.

  • Debit(Definition of debit)
  • He said nothing, but he jotted down in his little book:- dress-suit account debit credit to operating expenses: $1.50 a week.

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