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  • Il(Definition of il)
  • In april, 1874, he and lady russell were touched by the queen's kindness in coming to visit them at pembroke lodge, and she had then seen lord amberley's children.

  • Die(Definition of die)
  • If-if he should die?

  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • The readier since your way must lie with ours.

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Mounted in your car of juggernaut, you may find the prospect pleasing, the motion exhilarating, and the journey agreeable, but your io triumphe has but a discordant twang to those whom you are so pleasantly crushing under your chariot-wheels.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • What did mr. collingwood think of coprax in the visayas?

  • It(Definition of It)
  • It was mrs. dennison.

  • De(Definition of de)
  • Ah, de time am comin' now!

  • He(Definition of he)
  • "tell's what he said.

  • Iv
  • 72 lumley, john, lord, iv.

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • "i'd like to go there for myself some time and see.

  • Fie(Definition of Fie)
  • Fie on you, man!

  • Fe
  • Grelice was meant for an italian version of the name which i had composed when i first met the gre-te who was to link her name to that of fe-lix.

  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • Here raphael lies, who could with nature vie, to him she feared to yield, with him to die.

  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • Oh, i'm so glad, so glad, so glad!

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • With furious ire she flam'd, and instant sent the dread erinnys to the argive maid.

  • Se(Definition of se)
  • La hormiga quandose a de perder nasiente alas de los leales se hinchen los huespitales.

  • Id
  • "is id not asleeb?

  • Me(Definition of me)
  • Was it not good of me, jasper?

  • Ie
  • Operation red dragon is a recurring civil defense readiness exercise conducted in fort mccoy, wisconsin held during the summer, training army reserve, national guard units, and civilian agencies, such as fire departments, police stations, hospitals, and non-governmental organizations (ie american red cross) to improve the defense support of civil authorities capabilities for large-scale chemical defense missions.

  • Ge(Definition of ge)
  • The general raised a glass, and says he: ge-yurls, i am an old man; but you are the complimens of season.

  • Be(Definition of be)
  • She will not be there.

  • Pie(Definition of pie)
  • But he was getting used to it all; he could sit squarely on his chair at the table instead of on the edge, spread his napkin over his lap as the others did, and eat his pie with a silver fork under the light of the sparkling gas.

  • Ii
  • 178 clericis laicos, bull, ii.

  • Ike
  • "ike in his secure post of observation did not stir.

  • Ice(Definition of ice)
  • It would have been a very unpleasant business if the ice had broken, as, with the heavy clothes we had on, i doubt if we could have got out again.

  • Oe
  • To this it should be added that the classical association, acting on the advice of a committee of latin scholars, has recommended for the diphthongs ae and oe the pronunciation of english i (really ai) in wine and oi in boil, sounds which they undoubtedly had in the time of plautus and probably much later, and which for practical use in teaching have been proved far the best.

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • Il ne choisit pas qui emprunt.

  • Tie(Definition of tie)
  • A tie which years have tightened cannot be undone in an hour.

  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • Ir. breathav, breitheav, still signifies a judge.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • Then he rose and with unsteady gait went to his secretaire, and began to rummage in the secret drawers of the old-fashioned piece of furniture.

  • Ce(Definition of ce)
  • You will make my adieux to your charming friend, n'est-ce pas?

  • Le
  • Monsieur le duc and monsieur grisson were still together.

  • Easy-Going
  • Rangoon has for so long been a great trade centre that the easy-going burman is rather overshadowed; but as it is typical of many foreign places where our fathers or brothers are occupied, and where some of my readers may presently have to go, i thought it would be interesting to give you this glimpse of european life in india, and in the next chapter i will tell you something about the burmans themselves.

  • Re(Definition of re)
  • The two detectives bowed themselves out, re-entered their car, and were driven on to chesham.

  • Hie(Definition of hie)
  • So hie ye to rest, for we must start early enough to end the journey by nightfall.

  • Ia
  • Maria, thou art weeping!

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