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  • Aspire(Definition of aspire)
  • I aspire downwards, and really am nothing, not becoming a savage as i would be, and failing to be the civilizee that i really ought to be content with being!

  • Desire(Definition of desire)
  • Both seemed to feel the desire for fresh air, and they stepped outside for a moment.

  • Despise(Definition of despise)
  • Among those who did not despise labor and highly appreciated the working man-was joseph b. varnum, born in dracut, massachusetts, in 1750. he was raised upon a farm and left his plough to do battle for his bleeding country.

  • Disappeared
  • "why, mr. moore, you have quite disappeared of late," the ruddy-haired damsel said, quite reproachfully.

  • Respire(Definition of respire)
  • There was in the room an intermittent positive pressure breathing apparatus, which can be used to respire for a patient.

  • Despair(Definition of despair)
  • If i told it to mother, it was because she seemed to doubt of hetty's despair; because i believed, if only she knew, she would come to hetty and help her-the more eagerly the worse the need.

  • Spore(Definition of spore)
  • Disappear(Definition of disappear)
  • When we were called again for the four to eight watch on deck, i learnt that one of the men in the mate's watch had seen a light, soon after we had gone below, and had reported it, only for it to disappear immediately.

    Curl up inside a boxcar dream and disappear With a couple low roller friends You were never one for trouble So get out of here

    – Everybody Pays by Mark Knopfler
  • Spire(Definition of spire)
  • Disparage(Definition of disparage)
  • But though the lengths to which the insistence on efficiency is carried may sometimes provoke a smile, we have no inclination to disparage it; we realize that efficiency has far more than a mere money value to society; it is rather our purpose in the present paper to ask whether the efficiency man has ever thought to turn his searchlight in upon himself and discover whether he has not latent and unexpected powers that may be evoked to the great increase of his own efficiency.

  • Disparate(Definition of disparate)
  • Guinea domestic fighting among disparate rebel groups in guinea, liberia, and sierra leone have created skirmishes, deaths, and refugees in border areas

  • Despaired
  • Indeed, he despaired of holding the line of the adda, and retired eastwards with a great part of his army.

  • Spare(Definition of spare)
  • If mrs. stebbins can spare vosh"- "my mother?

  • Despairs
  • All that side of human experience, with its anguish of battle, its despairs, and its triumphs, seems to have been unknown to him.

  • Desiree
  • His tone when he spoke of sidonie, the sparkle in his eyes when he thought of her, fascinated desiree in spite of everything, so that when he went away in despair, he left behind him a love even greater than that he carried with him-a love which the unchanging room, the sedentary, stagnant life, kept intact with all its bitter perfume, whereas his would gradually fade away and vanish in the fresh air of the outer world.

  • Diaspora(Definition of diaspora)
  • Election results: senate - percent of vote by party - na; seats by party - mithaq (coalition of independents and parties associated with the former regime) 37, cfcd (coalition of political parties) 15, representatives of the diaspora 3, undecided 1; national assembly - percent of vote by party - na; seats by party - mithaq 51 (independents 37, prdr 7, udp 3, rdu 3, alternative (el-badil) 1), cfcd 41 (rfd 16, ufp 9, app 6, centrist reformists 4, hatem-pmuc 3, rd 2, puds 1), rndle 1, ucd 1, fp 1

  • Despite(Definition of despite)
  • But all are members of the same family despite the difference in looks, and thus, of course, are cousins.

  • Sparer(Definition of sparer)
  • Desperate(Definition of desperate)
  • He is desperate, and he hasn't a penny.

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