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  • Intoned(Definition of intoned)
  • The two gangs-twenty men to each windlass-took it up with one voice, and to the deep intoned chant the chains tautened, shuddered for a moment, and began to lift.

  • Indebted(Definition of indebted)
  • For this, as for so much more, we are indebted to mr. hodgson.

  • Interceded
  • Captain williams saluted the governor, as they met, with a countenance partaking of anger as well as sorrow; and, without much circumlocution, proceeded to state his business, and interceded most warmly in behalf of his men in confinement.

  • Antedated
  • Before the christian age germany had no literature and the first national work that can be dignified by the name is a translation of the bible into moeso-gothic by ulphilas, a bishop of the goths, in the fourth century a.d. this is a catholic work that antedated luther by a thousand years.

  • Unleaded(Definition of unleaded)
  • Houdry first developed catalytic converters for smoke stacks called "cats" for short, and later developed catalytic converters for warehouse forklifts that used low grade, unleaded gasoline.

  • Instead(Definition of instead)
  • He wanted to step out of the car and punch someone but instead he bit into the heart of the durian.

  • Antedate(Definition of antedate)
  • To the younger generation the name of william walker carries no significance, but to the gray-heads whose recollections antedate the civil war the mention of it brings back a flood of thrilling memories, while throughout the length and breadth of that wild region lying between the isthmus of tehuantepec and the isthmus of panama it is still a synonym for unfaltering courage.

  • Undated(Definition of undated)
  • The exact dates of the different romances and the names of their authors cannot be positively established, as the early copies were undated, and the names prefixed to them are believed to be fictitious.

  • Intercede(Definition of intercede)
  • I promise you once more that i will intercede for you with the khedive."

  • Indeed(Definition of indeed)
  • Many neo-realists, indeed, consider themselves followers of james.

  • Indented(Definition of indented)
  • And number ten, in the north window, or, a cross, indented gules; also, five fleurs de lis, the ancient arms of freville, lords of tamworth, whose ancestor, marmion, received a grant of that castle from william the conqueror, and whose descendant, lord viscount townshend, is the present proprietor.

  • Interned
  • Her name was madame bertier, and she was a russian by birth, though her husband was a belgian at present interned in germany.

  • Entreated
  • I held up the shuttlecock and with a hasty gesture entreated her to remain.

  • Interred(Definition of interred)
  • The bone thus preserved, was re-interred, after the cessation of the troubles: it is the same that is alluded to in the inscription, which also informs us that a monument was raised over it in 1642, but was removed in 1742, it being then considered as an incumbrance in the choir.

  • Interlarded(Definition of Interlarded)
  • This, in direct contradiction to the established mode in european architecture, was the uppermost member of what might be called the entablature or frize, which was a broad skreen of wood, fastened between the upper part of the columns, painted with the most vivid colours of blue, red, and green, and interlarded with gilding; and the whole had net-work of wire stretched over it, to prevent its being defiled by swallows, and other birds frequenting human dwellings.

  • Untested(Definition of untested)
  • Thus, abraham brodersson was given a battalion, while the campaign was led by an untested and untried eric to disastrous results.

  • Intruded(Definition of Intruded)
  • He was not quite sure of the exact moment the spook intruded his opinion, so we can't be expected to know.

  • Unneeded
  • Perhaps she goes to seek some just-then-remembered old ivory-backed needle-book or older china-topped work-box, quite unneeded, but which seems at the moment indispensable; perhaps to arrange her hair, or a drawer which she recollects to have seen that morning in a state of curious confusion; perhaps only to take a peep from a particular window at a particular view, whence briarfield church and rectory are visible, pleasantly bowered in trees.

  • Instated
  • On the death of aldfrith, the new king, edwulf, banished wilfrid once more, ordering him to leave the kingdom within six days; but the friends of aldfrith's young son, whom edwulf had dispossessed, obtained the ascendancy, and wilfrid was re-instated in his abbeys of hexham and ripon.

  • Untended(Definition of untended)
  • With its time-stained brick walls and crow-stepped gables smothered in untended ivy, the mullioned windows agape to every gale, and roof and chimneys tottering to their fall, the old place looks a haunted house, every inch of it, as our sketch will shew.

  • Interluded(Definition of Interluded)
  • Hour by hour his thoughts ran on, interluded by snatches of sleep, begotten of sheer mental exhaustion, haunted, however, by gusty, disturbing dreams, in which the horrors he had witnessed and gone through would rise up to mock and distress him, as though instigated by the malice of the powers of hell.

  • Intuited
  • The lipid nature of the cell membrane was first correctly intuited by quincke, who noted that a cell generally forms a spherical shape in water and, when broken in half, forms two smaller spheres.

  • Attended(Definition of attended)
  • The squire made his appearance in the course of the morning, attended by the parson, and was received with loud acclamations.

  • Anteater(Definition of anteater)
  • The anteater for the moment may not actually be in sight, but be assured he is waiting.

  • Intrude(Definition of intrude)
  • Do not be afraid to intrude on any grief, it is generally a welcome distraction; to even the most morbid mourner, to read a letter; and those who are so stunned by grief as not to be able to write or to read will always have some willing soul near them who will read and answer for them.

  • Intended(Definition of intended)
  • He only intended to do a short history of england before the norman conquest, but the more he goes on, the further he goes back, and if you were at all interested in saxon life i do think it would be worth your while to see if you liked typewriting.

  • Intimated
  • And melvale, clever man, deftly told her how beautiful and good una was supposed to be, and mildly intimated that there was no other young woman in baltimore who could possibly fill the bill on that float.

  • Initiated(Definition of initiated)
  • Call all well-intentioned men to help, especially in works of justice and of love, satisfied yourselves to have initiated these labours.

  • Intend(Definition of intend)
  • Do you intend to go on with that dressmaking much longer?

  • Indited(Definition of Indited)
  • The major, then, having carefully studied talland cove, with its approaches, and the lie of the land to the east and west and immediately behind it, sat down and indited the following letter: dear pond,-i have been thinking over the military situation, and am of opinion that if the enemy once effected a lodgment in looe, we in troy might have difficulty in dislodging him.

  • Untamed(Definition of untamed)
  • The splendid build and the strange expression of untamed energy in the admirably regular features were the unmistakable characteristics of the circassian type.

  • Entered(Definition of Entered)
  • I knew that pu-yi lived somewhere on the premises and i felt all over the great iron-studded door until i came to the small postern wicket through which one generally entered.

  • Invaded
  • One day, to my horror, a picnic ruthlessly invaded my sanctuary.

  • Untreated(Definition of untreated)
  • Participation in treatment and alcoholics anonymous: a 16-year follow-up of initially untreated individuals".

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